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January 15, 2014

High school winter sports roundup


Allied News Sports Staff

MERCER COUNTY AREA — SWIMMING

North East Invitational

Grove City High girls established 4 school standards.

The 200 medley relay foursome of Meghan Terwillinger, Renee Decker, Kimmi Wendelschaefer and Emma Rastatter ended 2nd at the invite in a time of 155:47. Also, Decker placed as runner-up in the 200-meter freestyle in 2:01, while Terwilliger took 2nd in the 100 butterfly in 1:01. And in the 100 breaststroke, Wendelschaefer went 1:10.46 to place 2nd and establish another Eagles’ mark.

“Six swimmers scoring over 150 points — that is incredible!” gushed Grove City Coach Karen Wendelschaefer. “These girls are having a great season and are going into the second half of the season with incredible confidence.”   

Other Grove City placewinners were:

ä 200 individual medley — Terwilliger, 1st, 2:18.

ä 50 freestyle — Rastatter, 3rd, 25.86.

ä 500 freestyle — Wendelschaefer, 4th, 5:39

ä 200 IM — Erin Schmidt, 6th, 2:29.

ä 100 butterfly — Schmidt, 6th, 1:11.

ä 100 backstroke — Decker, 5th, 1:03; Cassie Wolowic, 9th, 1:09.

ä 400 freestyle relay — Grove City, 3rd.



GIRLS BASKETBALL

ä Slippery Rock 54, Meadville 35 — At Meadville, the Lady Rockets of coach John Tabicz rolled to a 19-13 first quarter lead and never looked back.

Nicole Papley and Marissa Siebka each scored 17 points to pace the winners who moved to 1-1 in the region rankings. Newsome had 21 for Meadville.

ä Sharon 35, Sharpsville 30 — Tanayja Sanders scored 7 third-period points Monday night and Mallory Torr tallied a pair of clutch free throws, leading the Lady Tigers to a 35-30 Region 2-AA win over visiting Sharpsville.

Sanders, the senior post, secured an 11-point, 10-rebound double-double, staking Sharon (3-1, 6-5) to its 5th success in its last 6 games. Conversely, Sharpsville (1-3, 4-7) suffered its 4th setback of the season by 5 points or less.

ä Hickory 69, Meadville 22 — At “The Hive” in Hermitage, Nikki Arbanas’ scoring output alone equaled Meadville as the Lady Hornets rolled to a perfect 4-0 in Region 5-AAA and 12-0 overall with a win over the Lady Bulldogs (1-3, 2-9).

Arbanas, a YSU recruit, fired in 22 points and had 4 steals for Hickory, Holly Grober registered 12 points, 9 rebounds, 4 steals and 5 assists, Nicole Lacava registered 12 points and grabbed 5 boards and Reganne O’Brien added 9 points and 4 rebounds.

Kiashia Newsome led the way for Meadville with 11 points.

ä Franklin 45, Grove City 44 — At Grove City, the Lady Knights notched a measure of vengence for an earlier loss to Grove City (53-50) at Conneaut Area’s Booster Club holiday tourney.

Franklin forged almost flawless free-throw shooting, as Angelina Starr (10 for 10) and Becca Gravatt (8 of 9) garnered 18 of 19 attempts. Conversely, the Lady Eagles ended 13 for 21 from the sin stripe.

Starr scored a game-high 19 points and Gravatt got another 18 for Franklin (3-2, 7-5).

Danyelle Lucido led Grove City (2-1, 7-4) with 11 points. She tossed in a trio of triples.

ä Greenville 52, Mercer 46 — At Greenville, the Lady Trojans (2-2, 5-5) pulled off the Region 2-AA upset over the Lady M’s (3-1, 9-4).

Molly Montalvo notched 12 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals and 3 assists for Greenville while Casslyn Holder registered 10 points, 9 boards and 2 assists.

Also for the Lady Trojans, Jillian Herrick had 4 assists, 4 rebounds and 3 steals, Cameron Leary ripped down 10 boards and Rebecca Fagley added 6 rebounds, 7 assists and 3 steals.

Alexis Arkwright fired in a game-high 25 points for Mercer and Aubrie Angermeier posted 11 markers.

“It was an overall team effort,” said 1st-year Greenville coach Jen Fagley. “The girls worked together and we got them in foul trouble. It was a much-needed emotional win for the girls. They really battled and it was a very, very physical game.

“Their defensive effort was great. When a team has a player like Arkwright, it’s hard keeping her out of the paint. We contained her enough to get the win. We’ll take it.”

ä Commodore Perry 64, Jamestown 31 — At Sheakleyville, coach Bob Messina’s Lady Panthers improved to 2-0 in Region 1-A and 8-4 overall with the victory over winless Jamestown (0-1, 0-10).

Sarah Nagy fired in 15 points to lead Commodore Perry and Emily Kitchen added 8 points and 8 rebounds.

Kaitlin Liszka scored 8 points to pace the Lady Muskies.

ä Farrell 47, Rocky Grove 38 — At Farrell’s E.J. McCluskey Gymnasium, the Lady Steelers (1-1, 3-8) jumped out to a 13-6 lead after the opening 8 minutes and went on to capture the Region 1-A clash over the Lady Orioles (0-1, 6-6).

Bria Gambill scored 13 points to lead Farrell while Tatyana Page and Whitney Murray had 9 points each for Lady Steelers’ skipper Eddie Turosky.



Aleece Schiffer had a game-high 18 points for Rocky Grove and Amber Nerlich bucketed 11.



ä Kennedy Catholic 62, Reynolds 21 — At Hermitage, the host Lady Golden Eagles eased to the Region 1-A rout.

Bekah Kish connected for a game-high 15 points to key Kennedy Catholic (1-0, 8-2), while Taylor Hood had a 12-point, 7-assist, 4-steal effort, and Tatum Kress contributed an 8-point, 8-rebound outing. Also, Alivia O’Brien also added 4 steals for 1st-year mentor Chris Mele.

Rose Stoyer scored 7 for Reynolds (0-1, 1-10).



ä West Middlesex 54, Lakeview 41 — At West Middlesex, the host Ms. Reds recorded a substantial edge from the free-throw line to secure the Region 2-AA win.

Middlesex manufactured 28 of 54 free-throw attempts, led by Alyson Pierce’s 12-for-16 performance, while the visiting Lady Sailors shot just 10 times from the line, sinking 6.

Pierce produced a team-high 14 points for West Middlesex (2-1, 7-6) and 1st-year mentor Mike Williams, while Morgan Atterholt added 10.

Leading Lakeview (0-5, 3-7) was Sam Womer, who went for a game-high 19-point performance.



ä Sharon 48, Greenville 27 — Sharon has secured success in 4 of its last 5 games, including Saturday’s 48-27 Region 2-AA rout of Greenville.

The host Lady Tigers’ Tanayja Sanders scored a game-high 19 points and snare d 7 rebounds, while Mallory Torr tallied 13 points, a half-dozen caroms and dished out 3 assists.

Leary led Greenville with 8 points and 5 rebounds, while Molly Montalvo manufactured 6 rebounds and a team-high 5 assists.

ä Mercer 49, Reynolds 31 — At Transfer, the Lady M’s (9-3) jumped out to an 18-7 lead after the opening quarter and went on to cop the non-region contest over the Lady Raiders (1-9).

Adelyn Cook fired in 13 points to lead Mercer and Aubrie Angermeier bucketed 10.

Rose Stoyer was the leading point-getter for Reynolds with 12 points.

ä Conneaut Area 47, West Middlesex 28 — At West Middlesex, the Ms. Reds (6-6) fell to .500 with the non-region loss.

Kristen Baker rifled in 19 points for Conneaut Area and Challen Litwiler scored 10 markers.

Alyson Pierce and Noelle Murray had 7 points each for WM.

Gateway Fest

ä Hollidaysburg 52, Kennedy Catholic 39 — In the opener of a tripleheader at Gateway High School in Monroeville, Hollidaysburg (7-1) drained 8 treys and were 10-of-13 from the charity stripe in the win over KC (7-2).

Ashley McClain buried 4 treys en route to 20 points for the Lady Golden Tigers, who went 22-3 last season, while Courtney Storm scored a dozen points.

April Bocian led the way for Kennedy Catholic with 13 points and Alivia O’Brien scored 9 markers.

ä Kennedy Catholic 51, Grove City 40 — At Grove City, the visiting Lady Golden Eagles battled from behind in the 4th quarter to pull out the inter-region victory.

“We went into a three-quarter-court trap and forced a lot of turnovers,” said KC coach Chris Mele about the final-frame rally. “We shot really well from the foul line. We build up a lead then went 12 of 16 from the foul line which was good.

“I’m really proud of the girls. We were down three at the end of the third quarter and were a little big of foul trouble. It was a great effort. Grove City is a really good team.”

Kennedy led 8-7 after the opening period, but Grove City went on top 23-18 at intermission. The host Eagles were up 33-30 at the 4th-quarter turn.

Kennedy (7-1) was paced by April Bocian and Rebekah Kish with 14 points each, while Taylor Hood added 13.

For Grove City (7-3), Jenn Ferguson hit for a dozen markers, while Corianne Hyduchak added 11.

ä Commodore Perry 35, Farrell 34 — At Sheakleyville, coach Bob Messina’s Lady Panthers (1-0, 7-4) edged the Lady Steelers (0-1, 2-8) in a thrilling Region 1-A opener for both teams.

CP’s Sarah Nagy sank the winning foul shot with 1.4 seconds left.

Stephanie Vaughn finished with 11 points for CP while Emily Kitchen recorded a 12-point, 10-rebound double-double. Farrell’s Bria Gambill scored 11 for the Lady Steelers.

BOYS BASKETBALL

ä Farrell 71, Grove City 50 — Led by its bountiful backcourt the Steelers steam-rolled Grove City, 71-50, Friday night at E.J. McCluskey Gymnasium in a Region 5-AAA affair.

Farrell forged its first 10-0 season start since 1994-95, when Nick Cannone’s club commenced the campaign with a 15-0 ledger, according to Farrell High AD Matt Vannoy’s research.

Malik Miller had a game-high 19 points, including four 3-point field goals for Farrell, while Chris James scored 12 points off the bench and Clifton McNair had 10 points, 5 rebounds.

Farrell (5-0, 10-0) forged a 23-7 first-quarter lead, coercing the Eagles into 9 turnovers. From that point the Steelers extended their edge to 42-19 by the break and 58-35 through 3 quarters.

Grove City (4-2, 9-2) suffered its second setback in the Shenango Valley (prior to the holidays, at Sharon), and the Eagles ended with 22 miscues and connected on only 17 of 42 floor shots (40.4 percent). Derek Turner tallied a team-high 16 points, but was the lone double-digit scorer. Danny Torok dished out 5 assists, also.

ä Sharon 71, Slippery Rock 41 — At Tiger Gymnasium, Sharon led 18-2 after the opening quarter and that was all she wrote for the Rockets as the Tigers improved to 3-1 in Region 5-AAA and 6-3 overall with the win over the Rockets (1-5, 4-6).

Sharon’s Mark Henry fired in 11 field goals and was a perfect 4-for-4 from the

charity stripe for a career-high 31 points. Jamal Waller added 13 points for the Tigers.

Ryan Dutton led the way for Slippery Rock with 12 points.

ä Lakeview 50, Cambridge Springs 31 — At Stoneboro, coach Gary Burke’s Sailors improved to 5-6 with the non-region win over the Blue Devils.



Brandon Rice rifled in 25 points to lead Lakeview while Jake Doddo drained 3 treys for 9 points.

ä Maplewood 70, James-town 44 — At Guys Mills, the Tigers (2-10) led 20-5 at the end of the 1st quarter and cruised past the winless Muskies (0-8) in a non-region encounter.

Randy Maloney (16), Miller Peters (12), Ronnie Klingensmith (10) and Dane Barker (10) all scored in double digits for Maplewood.

Kyle Melton had 7 points for Jamestown.

BOYS BASKETBALL

ä Hickory 68, Franklin 42 — In Hermitage, the Hornets of coach Geoff Evans burst out of the locker room to build an 18-6 lead after one quarter and rolled to the Region 5-AAA triumph.

Hickory (3-3 in Region 5-AAA, 7-2 overall) was led by Ross Passalinqua with 18 points, including 4 treys. In a well-balanced attack, Aaron Conley added 9 points and Nick Tantuo, Anthony Cannone and Donte Green 8 apiece.

Franklin (1-4, 3-6) was paced by Drain with 15 markers.

ä West Middlesex 76, Greenville 65 — At Green-ville, the 2-time defending District 10 titlist Big Reds rolled to an 18-point lead entering the 4th frame, then withstood the Trojans’ ill-fated rally.

Ryan Dogan drilled 6 triples en route to a career-high 24 points for Middlesex (3-0, 6-4), while Trey Staunch and Isaac Williams evenly divided an additional 34 markers.

Tyler Fattman fired in 5 from beyond the arc for a team-high 18 points for Greenville (0-4, 6-5).

Also, Aaron Emmett ended with 16 and Luke Houpt hit a trio of treys for 14.

ä Oil City 60, George Junior Republic 57 — At Grove City, Logan Way made 1-of-2 foul shots in the closing seconds and GJR’s long-range bomb fell short as the Oilers (3-2, 8-2) defeated the Tigers (1-4, 3-6) in a Region 5-AAA clash.

Way rifled in 29 points to pace Oil City and Devon Geib bucketed 10.

Ron Pearson drained 5 treys en route to 24 points for GJR while Malik Gibson had 14 points and 7 rebounds and Qayshawn Oliver grabbed 13 boards.

ä Kennedy Catholic 79, VisionQuest 59 — In Hermitage, the host Golden Eagles moved to 2-0 in Region 1-A with the victory. Kennedy is 5-3 overall.

Gerald Zachar scored 17 to pace the Golden Eagles, while Nickolo Lima added 13 points and Andre Campbell and Sam Crow chipped in with a dozen apiece.

Darnell Foster and Khyzeem Brown each had 18 for VisionQuest (0-1, 1-7).

ä Wilmington 66, Mercer 53 — At Mercer, the Greyhounds broke away from a 43-all tie in the fourth quarter to notch the Region 2-AA victory.

Wilmington was leading 20-12 after the first period and 31-27 at half, but the Mustangs rallied to deadlock the count after three frames. However, the Hounds outgunned the hosts 23-10 in the final quarter.

Wilmington (3-0 in Region 2-AA, 7-3 overall) was paced by Jordan Smith with 18 points and Rocco Fagan with 15. For Mercer (1-4, 5-6), John Scheidhauer hit for 14, Logan Clarke 13 and Trent Fowler 11.

ä Sharpsville 43, Rey-nolds 42 — The win lifted Sharpsville to 2-2 in the region (5-6 overall) while the loss was the first in the league for Reynolds (3-1, 8-2).

Kyle Kennedy and Greg Popatak led the Devils with 13 and 12 points respectively. Garhett Frable and Jake Leipheimer each had 11 points for Reynolds.

ä Commodore Perry 41, Calvary Baptist Christian Academy 32 — At Sheakleyville, the host Panthers prevailed in the non-region affair.

CBCA pounced on the Panthers for a 14-7 first-quarter lead, but from that point CP posted 34 points in the game’s final 24 minutes.

Jeremiah Small scored 10 tallies for CP (4-5) and Tanner Hildebran hit another 9.

Calvary Baptist Christian Academy was led by McCrillis’ game-high dozen points.

ä Rocky Grove 75, Jamestown 41 — Garrett Gannoe garnered a game-high 21 points, Tyler Davis divided an additional 26 points with Casey Young, and Adam Kirwin connected for 11 for The Grove (1-0, 2-6).

Jamestown (0-2, 0-7) was led by Kyle Melton’s 10 markers and 12 rebounds.

WRESTLING

ä Reynolds 34, Fort LeBoeuf 19 — At Waterford, the only two teams ever to win District 10 Team Duals titles collided in what could be a precursor of post-season action.

The Raiders of coach Casey Taylor rolled to victory this time to move to 10-1 on the season, while the Bison dropped to 5-1.

Levi Stoyer (145), Cole Rickert (220) and Mike Bartolo (126) notched falls to spark the Raiders, while Austin Moffett (170) copped a major decision.

South Side Beaver Duals

Coach Dave Ciafre’s Sharon High mat squad went 3-2 Saturday at South Side Beaver. The Tigers beat Ambridge (69-3), Kittanning (37-33) and East Liverpool (50-30) and lost to South Fayette (54-16) and Seneca Valley (53-10).

Austin Alfreno went a perfect 5-0 for Sharon at 126 pounds while Markus Coxson (113), Troy Hejazi (138) and Beau Dignall (182) were all 4-1. Andrew Campbell was 1-0 at 132 pounds.

D.J. Templeton (120) and Nick McClimans (152) were 3-2; Jordan Templeton went 2-2 at 132; Jules Hicklin (106), Jason Clark (145), Cory Buchanan (160) and Giovanni Volpe (170) all posted 2-3 ledgers and Brice Laughlin (195) and Tom Flanders (220) went 1-4.



BOYS SWIMMING

ä Slippery Rock 56, Sharon 45 — At Sharon on Thursday, the Rockets beat the Tigers. Winners were:

200 free: Luch Tomasello (Sn), 2:10.78. 200 IM: Dylan Cerroni (Sn), 2:12.06. 50 free: Austin France (SR), 24.38. 100 free: Clayton Cupec (SR), 1:01.85. 500 free: Cerroni (Sn), 5:20.28. 200 relay: France, Cupec, Dan Masterson, Johnston (SR), 1:50.75. 100 back: Matt Johnston (SR), 1:14.81. 100 breast: France (SR), 1:16.21. 400 relay: Johnston, Masterson, Cupec, France (SR), 4:07.12

GIRLS SWIMMING

ä Slippery Rock 113, Sharon 29 — At Sharon Thursday, the Lady Rockets rolled past the Lady Tigers.

200 MR: Fair Reott, Broad Shumway (SR), 2:14.47. 200 free: Abigail Parsons (SR), 2:10.63. 200 IM: Lindsey Lueken (SR), 2:31.93. 50 free: Mari Reott (SR), 28.32. 100 free: Anna Beckert (Sn), 1:02.34. 500 free: Parsons (SR), 5:37.43. 200 relay: Tabitha Donaldson, Reott, Lueken, Parsons (SR), 1:44.47. 100 back: Donaldson (SR), 1:14.06. 100 breast: Lueken (SR), 1:14.37. 400 relay: Donaldson, Shumway, Lueken, Parsons (SR), 4:16.54.



GIRLS BASKETBALL

KENNEDY    8    10    12    21    51

GROVE CITY    7    16    10    7    40

KENNEDY CATHOLIC — Shannonhouse 0-0-0-0, Kress 1-4-8-6, Hood 5-2-2-13, Kish 5-2-2-14, O’Brien 0-0-0-0, Burns 0-0-0-0, Zacherl 0-2-2-2, Scoccia 0-0-0-0, Fusco 1-0-0-2, Bocian 6-2-2-14. 3-pt. goals: Hood 1, Kish 2. Totals: 18-12-16-51. 

GROVE CITY — Hall 1-3-6-6, Lucido 0-0-0-0, A. Deyarmin 2-0-0-4, B. Deyarmin 0-3-4-3, Hyduchak 4-3-4-11, Wiley 1-2-5-4, Ferguson 4-4-5-12, Sprando 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Hall 1. Totals: 12-15-24-40.

JV — Kennedy 49-44. Burns 13, Fusco 12 for KC. Burtch 11 for GC.

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FRANKLIN    11    13    11    10    45

GROVE CITY    9    11    9    15    44

  FRANKLIN — Starr 4-10-10-19, Gravatt 4-8-9-18, Hoover 0-0-0-0, Peiffer 1-0-0-2, Jones 3-0-0-6. 3-pt. goals: Gravatt 2, Starr 1. Totals: 12-18-19-45.

  GROVE CITY — Lucido 3-2-2-11, A.Deyarmin 1-0-0-2, B.Deyarmin 2-2-2-7, Hyduchak 2-0-0-4, Jaskowak 1-2-2-5, Wyllie 3-2-6-8, Ferguson 0-4-8-4, Sprando 1-1-1-3. 3-pt. goals: Lucido 3, B.Deyarmin 1, Jaskowak 1. Totals: 13-13-21-44.

  JV — Grove City, 49-28. Hannah Santom 7 points for Grove City; Angela Fiorentino 13 for Franklin.

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LAKEVIEW    9    13    8    11    41

MIDDLESEX    10    18    13    13    54

LAKEVIEW — Fischer 2-1-2-5, Riddle 0-2-3-2, Foster 3-0-0-7, M. Kasbee 0-0-0-0, Holland 1-0-0-2, Casciotti 0-0-0-0, McIntire 0-0-0-0, Womer 8-3-4-19, Gravatt 3-0-1-6. 3-pt. goal: Foster 1. Totals: 17-6-10-41.

WEST MIDDLESEX — Siefert 0-1-2-1, Atterholt 3-4-6-10, Havens 0-0-0-0, Pierce 1-12-16-14, Murray 2-5-15-9, Staunch 1-3-7-5, White 2-0-0-6, Elsey 3-3-8-9, Fithian 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: White 2. Totals: 12-28-54-54.

JV — West Middlesex, 45-31. Katie Richards 14, Kristen White 13, Macy Siefert 11 for WM. Mackenzie McIntire 11 for Lakeview.

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MERCER    8    7    8    23    46

GREENVILLE    11    8    20    13    52

MERCER — Arkwright 10-3-3-25, McKinney 0-4-6-4, Cook 2-0-0-4, Angermeier 4-2-2-11, Glass 0-0-2-0, Fedorchak 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Arkwright 2, Angermeier 1. Totals: 17-9-13-46.

GREENVILLE — Fagley 2-2-5-6, Montalvo 6-0-0-12, Herrick 4-0-2-8, Leary 3-3-6-9, Marini 2-1-2-5, Beilstein 1-0-0-2, Holder 4-2-3-10. Totals: 22-8-18-52.

JV — No game.

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MERCER    18    11    7    13    49

REYNOLDS    7    5    11    8    31

MERCER — Arkwright 3-0-2-6, Mills 3-0-0-7, McKinney 2-0-2-4, Cook 5-0-0-13, Angermeier 5-0-0-10, Fisher 3-0-0-7, Glass 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Cook 2, Mills 1, Fisher 1. Totals: 22-0-4-49.

REYNOLDS — Stoyer 5-2-4-12, Thompson 2-0-0-5, Bresnan 2-1-2-5, Napadano 4-0-0-9, Cadman 0-0-0-0, Cutshaw 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Thompson 1, Napadano 1. Totals: 13-3-6-31.

JV — Mercer, 24-19.

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SLIP.ROCK    19  14      13    8    54

MEADVILLE   13   11       7    4    35

SLIPPERY ROCK — Deitz 3-0-0-6, McGonigle 2-1-2-5, Papley 7-2-2-17, Siebka 7-0-0-17, Campbell 1-2-4-4, Whitmer 1-2-3-5. 3-pt. goals: Siebka 3, Patley 1, Whitmer 1. Totals: 21-7-11-54.

MEADVILLE — Glatch 1-0-0-2, Newsome 9-0-1-21, McCoy 2-2-2-6, Schweter 2-2-6-6. 3-pt. goals: Newsome 3. Totals: 14-4-9-35.

JV — Slippery Rock, 56-29.



BOYS BASKETBALL

GROVE CITY    7    12    16    15    50

FARRELL    23    19    16    23    71

GROVE CITY — Turner 4-6-8-16, Torok 1-1-2-3, Polkabla 0-0-0-0, Reznor 3-2-5-9, Marnich 2-0-2-4, Young 2-0-0-6, Yarletts 0-0-0-0, Cline 0-0-0-0, Marlowe 2-0-0-4, Record 3-0-0-8. 3-pt. goals: Turner 2, Young 2, Record 2, Reznor 1. Totals: 17-9-17-50. 

FARRELL — Brown 2-0-3-4, Burns 2-0-2-4, Jones 4-4-5-12, Archie 2-0-0-4, Miller 7-1-2-19, James 6-0-0-12, Holloway 2-2-2-7, McNair 3-3-4-10, Davis 0-0-0-0, Phillips 0-0-0-0, Lewis 0-0-0-0, Newell 0-0-0-0, McCoy 0-0-0-0, Henderson 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Miller 4, Holloway 1, McNair 1. Totals: 28-10-18-71.

JV — Farrell, 42-38. Leon Lewis, Marcus McCoy 9 points apiece for Farrell; Brendan Record 11 for Grove City.

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OIL CITY    16    12    20    12    60

GEORGE JUNIOR    14    11    20    12    57

OIL CITY — Williams 1-6-10-9, Way 13-3-7-29, Flaherty 1-0-0-2, Geib 4-2-2-10, McFall 1-3-3-6, Ragsdale 2-0-0-4. 3-pt. goals: Williams 1, McFall 1. Totals: 22-14-22-60.

GEORGE JUNIOR REPUBLIC — Pearson 7-5-11-24, Baker 4-0-0-8, Oliver 1-3-4-5, Holloway 2-0-0-4, Johnson 1-0-0-2, Gibson 6-2-3-14. 3-pt. goals: Pearson 5. Totals: 21-10-18-57.

JV — Oil City, 43-41. Hadley 14, Lukasiac 12, Schneider 11 for OC. Sean Johnson 17 for GJR.

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WILMINGTON    20    11    12    23    66

MERCER    12    15    16    10    53

WILMINGTON — Bloise 2-3-3-7, Hilliard 2-0-0-4, Fagan 4-6-8-15, Brumbaugh 6-1-1-13, Smith 8-0-0-18, Danus 0-0-0-0, DeMedal 3-3-5-9. 3-pt. goals: Smith 2, Fagan 1. Totals: 25-13-17-66.

MERCER — Schmid 3-0-0-6, Bequeth 0-0-0-0, Clarke 5-3-4-13, Guiler 2-2-3-7, Fowler 5-1-1-11, Leonard 1-0-0-2, Walton 0-0-0-0, Wegrzynek 0-0-0-0, Schneidhauer 7-0-1-14. 3-pt. goals: Guiler 1. Totals: 23-6-9-53.

JV —  Mercer, 56-53 (3OT). Watson 21 for Mercer; Nichols 22 for Wilmington.

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SLIPPERY ROCK    2    14    14    11    41

SHARON    18    24    13    16    71

SLIPPERY ROCK — Whitmer 1-4-4-6, Badger 1-0-0-3, Cessar 1-1-2-3, Papejoy 1-1-2-3, Allen 1-0-0-2, Heller 0-2-2-2, Rager 1-0-0-2, Neal 3-2-4-8, Dutton 5-2-4-12. 3-pt. goal: Badger 1. Totals: 14-12-16-41.

SHARON — Hawkins 3-1-2-7, Mosley 1-0-0-2, Henry 11-4-4-31, Stovall 1-0-0-2, Magestro 2-0-0-4, Hopson 0-0-0-0, Phillips 0-0-0-0, Waller 5-3-6-13, Jordan 0-0-0-0, Seay 3-0-0-7, Howell 1-0-0-3, Oatis 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Henry 5, Seay 1, Howell 1. Totals: 28-8-12-71.

JV — Sharon, 56-46. Mar’ryon Hopson 14, Drew Magestro 12, Marquez Phillips 11 for Sharon. Allen 15 for SR.

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CAMB.SPRINGS    6    15    3    7    31

LAKEVIEW    16    13    13    8    50

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS — Hohn 3-0-0-6, Huff 0-0-0-0, Hockenberry 1-0-0-2, Henderson 1-0-0-2, Ferris 3-1-2-8, Krzysiak 2-0-0-6, Porter 2-1-2-5, Duda 0-0-0-0, Silbaugh 0-0-0-0, O’Malley 0-0-0-0, Fiely 1-0-2-2, Williams 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Krzysiak 2, Ferris 1. Totals: 13-2-6-31.

LAKEVIEW — VanDusen 3-2-3-8, Richael 0-2-2-2, A. Rice 1-2-2-4, Bigley 0-0-0-0, Doddo 3-0-0-9, B. Rice 11-3-6-25, Patridge 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Doddo 3. Totals: 19-9-13-50.

JV — Lakeview, 34-19.