After profitable its second recreation of the season, Newport confronted rival Greenwood with some added confidence.
The arrogance paid off because the Buffaloes defeated the Wildcats 53-45.
Greenwood had beforehand misplaced 37-30 to Tri Valley and at the moment are 4-5 general and 1-2 within the Tri-Valley League.
Newport had a sluggish begin, scoring six factors within the first quarter. Issues picked up earlier than halftime because it hit the locker room with 20 factors.
Within the third quarter, the Buffaloes scored 18 factors to remain on high, after which 14 within the final quarter to seal the deal.
Claire Weidenhammer led Newport with 21 factors for the night time whereas fellow seniors Ella Weidenhammer had 15 and Bailey Kuhn had 13.
Making a complete of three three-point photographs, Weidenhammer banked two within the third quarter and one within the fourth and in addition went two-for-two on free throws.
Lillian Plank made up the remaining 4 factors for the Buffaloes.
Leah Ritzman led the way in which for the Wildcats with 23 factors.
Ritzman had a two-pointer to start out the sport and adopted it with two extra within the second quarter.
Sophia Jezewski had 11 factors for the night time with a complete of 4 two-point photographs.
Ella Seiber additionally contributed with 5 factors together with three foul photographs.
With a 1-3 league report, Newport sits under Greenwood within the Tri-Valley League standings.