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February 5, 2014

HIGH SCHOOL WINTER SPORTS ROUNDUP: Lady M's roll over Lakeview

Mercer cans 10 treys in victory

By Madeline Williams
Allied News Sports Columnist

Mercer County Area — The Mercer County Hall of Fame recently inducted former Mercer High star Sandi Bittler, one of the greatest long-range shooters in high school and college history. This year’s team isn’t too bad from outside the arc either!

At Mercer, the Lady M’s scored 10 3-pointers en route to a 59-21 Region 2-AA victory over the visiting Lakeview Lady Sailors.

Mercer (6-2, 12-5) was led by Jordan Fisher, who came off the bench to score 17 points for the Lady M’s. Fisher was a perfect 5 for 5 from beyond the 3-point line.

“(Fisher) is absolutely that spot shooter for us. If you leave her alone, she’s going to spot up and knock it down, and that’s what she did for us (Monday),” said head coach Aaron Cook.

The Lady M’s went on a 13-point run to start the third quarter before Lakeview (0-10, 5-11) scored their first points of the second half on Sam Womer’s foul shot with just over 4 minutes to play in the quarter.

Back at Lakeview on Jan. 9, the Lady Sailors scored 18 third-quarter points to trim Mercer’s 13-point halftime lead to 45-41 before the Lady M’s regained control of the game in the final frame.

“At their place a few weeks back, we were up at the half and kind of laid an egg in the third quarter,” Cook said. “But in the locker room at halftime (Monday), I told the girls that I wanted to see how long we can go without letting Lakeview score and I think that really set the tone for the rest of the game,” Cook said.

Lexie Arkwright produced 15 points and 4 assists for the Mustangs, while Megan McKinney added 9 points and 8 rebounds. Also for Mercer, freshman Haylie Glass contributed 6 points and Adelyn Cook had 5.

For the Lady Sailors, Womer tallied 8 points and 8 rebounds to lead the visitors. Raygen Fischer and Hailee Foster each had 5 points apiece for Lakeview. The Lady Sailors had 18 turnovers to Mercer’s 7.

“Ten 3-pointers carries the momentum of the game and many of those shots were not contested by us,” said Lakeview head coach Jodi Seddon. “I give Mercer a lot of credit. When they’re shooting the ball that well, there’s no opportunity for us to rebound there. It is what it is.”

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In other Mercer County area winter sports action recently it was:



GIRLS BASKETBALL

ä Grove City 44, Conneaut Area 39 — At Linesville Monday night, coach T.L. Eller’s Lady Eagles (12-6) posted an impressive 5-point non-region win against Region 3 leader Conneaut Area (15-2, 9-0 in region).

Conneaut Area led 10-4 at the end of the 1st quarter and 20-18 at the break, but GC clawed back and outscored the hosts 15-6 in the 3rd quarter to take the lead.

Arianna Sprando scored 10 to lead GC while Challen Litwiler fired in 20 for Conneaut Area.

ä Farrell 61, Reynolds 35 -The visiting Lady Raiders rolled to a 22-19 margin at intermission, but Farrell forged 42 second-half points en route to a 61-35 Region 1-A win.

At E.J. McCluskey Gymnasium, Bria Gambill, Key-Asia Oatis and Tatyana Page produced 11 points apiece for Farrell (4-4, 6-12) — 26 after intermission.

ä Hickory 71, Titusville 9 — At Titusville, coach Jeanette Whitehead’s Lady Hornets moved to a perfect 9-0 in Region 5-AAA and 18-0 overall with the rout of the Lady Rockets (0-10, 3-15).

Hickory led 30-0 after the opening quarter and 51-5 at halftime and cruised to the win.

YSU recruit Nikki Arbanas fired in 25 points, grabbed 7 rebounds and had 5 steals to lead Hickory while Walsh recruit Holly Grober added 10 points, 8 boards, 5 assists and 2 blocks.

Also for Hickory, Nicole LaCava pulled down 9 rebounds, Reganne O’Brien and Brandi Beader had 4 rebounds each, Jasmine Shephard tallied 5 steals and Megan Chess dished out 4 assists.

Kaylee Deeter led Titusville with 5 points.

ä Kennedy Catholic 61, Commodore Perry 32 — At Sheakleyville, the visitng Lady Golden Eagles eased to the Region 1-A road rout, building a 59-19 bulge through 3 quarters.

Taylor Hood had a game-high 19 points and handed out a half-dozen assists, and Tatum Kress contributed a 7-point, 6-rebound, 5-assist line to key Kennedy (7-0, 15-2). Also, April Bociacn bucketed 13 points and snared a team-high 7 rebounds.

Kennedy connected on 26 of 57 field-goal attempts (45.6 percent).

For Commodore Perry (3-5, 10-9), Steph Vaughn and Shae Grinnell garnered a dozen points apiece.

ä Sharon 63, Greenville 25 — At Greenville, the visiting Lady Tigers mauled Greenville, building a 51-19 bulge entering the final frame en route to the Region 2-AA road rout.

For Sharon (9-1, 13-6), Mallory Torr and Tanayja Sanders scored 16 and 15 poitns, respectively, and Maggie Torr tallied 9. Also, ‘’Tina Jacoway contributed a 6-point, 3-steal, 3-assist, 4-rebound line, and Delisa Smith 8 points and 5 rebounds. Sanders snared a team-high 8 caroms, also, as Sharon swept the home-and-home regular-season series against Greenville (5-4, 8-9).

ä Wilmington 42, Sharpsville 36 (OT) — At New Wilmington, Sharpsville (4-6, 7-10) rallied to tie the game in the 2nd half, but fell in OT to the Lady Hounds (6-4, 12-7) in Region 2-AA action.

Sharpsville led 12-11 after the opening 8 minutes, but Wilmington charged back and took a 22-17 lead at halftime. The Blue Darlings then outscored Wilmington 19-14 in the 2nd half to force OT and then the Lady Hounds outscored the visitors 6-0 in the extra session.

Eugena Davies fired in a game-high 16 points, which included 4 treys, for the Blue Darlings, Emily Anderson added a dozen points and Maddie Przicina posted 4 points, 13 rebounds and 7 assists.

Tessa Sikora had 15 to lead Wilmington and Cassidy Marett scored 12.

ä Grove City 46, Oil City 39 — At “The Eagle’s Nest,” Grove City (6-3, 11-6) trailed 15-9 after the opening quarter and 23-19 at the break, but outscored the Lady Oilers 15-4 in the 3rd frame and pulled away for the Region 5-AAA victory.

Jordyn Wyllie scored 13 points to lead Grove City and Brenna Deyarmin registered 11 markers.

Riley Davis led the way for Oil City (2-6, 10-7) with 13 points.

ä Sharon 49, Sharpsville 28 — Sometimes slow-starting Sharon High girls’ basketball team benefits from big 2nd-half bailouts. Saturday’s Region 2-AA matinee at Sharps-ville was just such a scenario.

Sharon shot 7 for 34 during the 1st half, and the Lady Tigers took a tenuous 16-11 margin at intermission. However a strong 2nd-half showing by Tanayja Sanders and Mallory Torr resulted in a 49-28 Lady Tigers’ triumph.

At Red Johnston Gymnasium, Sanders secured a game-high 18-point, 14-rebound double-double — 10 and 8, respectively, after intermission — while Mal Torr tallied all 11 of her points during the 2nd half. After misfiring on all 9 of her 1st-half floor shots, the torrid Torr tossed in 2 treys and 4 of her 6 third-period shots, staking Sharon to a 36-21 lead entering the 4th frame.

For Sharpsville (4-5, 7-9), Emily Anderson annexed a team-high 10 points and a half-dozen rebounds, while Maddie Przicina and Eugena Davies divided 14 additional points and Madison Sloan dished out 3 assists. Davies added a half-dozen rebounds, also, and she exemplified Sharpsville’s competitiveness. In spite of 8-for-33 shooting and 18 turnovers, the Blue Devils did not quit.

ä Reynolds 31, Rocky Grove 29 — At Transfer, coach Will Juranovich’s Lady Raiders improved to 4-2 in Region 1-A and 5-11 overall with the win over the Lady Orioles (3-3, 9-8).

Brooke Bresnan scored 11 points to lead Reynolds, which was 14-of-27 from the charity stripe while RG was 5-of-10.

Aleece Schiffer fired in a game-high 16 points for Rocky Grove.



BOYS BASKETBALL

ä Sharon 53, Grove City 45 — At “The Eagle’s Nest” in Grove City, coach Jason Rankin’s Tigers (5-6, 8-9) snapped a 6 game losing streak in posting an 8-point Region 5-AAA victory over the Eagles (6-6, 11-6).

Aubray Jennings had 11 points to lead Sharon while Mark Henry and Daunell Stovall had 10 each.

Derek Turner rifled in a game-high 20 points for Grove City.

ä Lakeview 48, Reynolds 36 — At Stoneboro, the Sailors (2-7, 7-11) led 13-10 after the opening 8 minutes, 23-20 at halftime, 31-26 after 3 and outscored the Raiders 17-10 in the final quarter to notch the Region 2-AA upset.

Zach VanDusen scored a game-high 13 points to pace Lakeview and Brandon Rice added 11 markers.

Anthony Beck had 11 points for Reynolds (5-4, 12-5) and Garhett Frable tallied 9 points.

ä Hickory 64, Grove City 35 — The host Hornets Friday rolled to the Region 5-AAA victory, avenging a 68-66 setback at Grove City earlier this season.

After a 1st frame that featured 4 deadlocks and a half-dozen lead changes, Hickory harvested a 28-24 margin at intermission. However the Hornets erupted for an 18-3 third-quarter surge.

While the Eagles endured 1-for-7 shooting with a handful of turnovers during that 8-minute nightmare — 18.5 points-per-game scorer Derek Turner was whistled for his 3rd and 4th personals, the latter with 2:01 left, by which time he had scored 4 points — a half-dozen Hornets contributed scores, led by Anthony Cannone’s 5.

Cannone connected for a game-high 22 points and he and Conley’s co-conspirators included Bubba Pryts (10 points, 4 rebounds), Donté Green (7 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists), Nick Tantuo (game-high 6 assists, 5 rebounds, 4 points), Nate Mastrian (2 treys), and Brandon Rhoades (5 rebounds).

Hickory (8-3, 13-3) has won 4 consecutive contests and 8 of its last 9.

After a pleasantly surprising 9-1 start, Grove City (6-5, 11-5) is trending in the wrong direction at the most inopportune time, having lost 3 straight and 4 of its last 6.

Turner and Danny Torok tallied 11 points apiece and Spencer Marnich — playing just days after his father’s death — hauled down a team-high 6 rebounds while Torok dished out 3 assists.

However the Eagles ended 14 for 38 (36.8 percent) from the floor and committed 19 miscues, compared with respective totals of 28 for 53 (52.8) and 14 for Hickory. — By Ed Farrell, Herald assistant sports editor.

ä Farrell 62, Franklin 38 — At Farrell’s E.J. McCluskey Gymnasium, the Steelers rolled in the Region 5-AAA contest.

Coach Roland Shannonhouse’s Steelers led 15-8 after one period and 28-18 at halftime. After 3 frames the hosts were up 39-26 before putting another 23 points on the board in the final quarter.

Ike Jones led Farrell (10-1, 15-1) with 19 points, while Clifton McNair added 11 points and Chris James 10. Issac Grain paced the Knights (3-7, 6-9) with 14 markers.



ä Oil City 54, Sharon 49 — At Sharon, the teams met for the 2nd time in 3 nights, and unfortunately for the host Tigers the outcome was the same in the Region 5-AAA affair.

The teams were tied a 22 at intermission, but Oil City secured a 16-10 edge during the 3rd period, then held on in the 4th frame.

Devon Geib garnered a game-high 17 points for the Oilers (8-2, 13-2), while Andrew Williams went for 14. Oil City shot 15-for-20 from the free-throw line.

In its 6th straight setback, Sharon (4-6, 7-9) was led by Carnell Hawkins’ 15 points and ’Bray Jennings’ 11, which included a trio of treys. However the Tigers tallied only 6 of 9 freebies.

ä Kennedy Catholic 80, VisionQuest 62 — At Franklin High, coach Rick Mancino’s Golden Eagles improved to a perfect 6-0 in Region 1-A and 10-6 overall with the win over the Eagles (3-2, 4-11).

Sam Crow posted a 15-point, 10-rebound double-double to key KC, Gerald Zachar scored 13 points and dished out 8 assists, Andre Campbell registered 11 markers, and Gavin Cianci grabbed 7 rebounds.

Jessie Robinson scored a game-high 22 points to lead VQ and Dominik Robinson had 19.

ä Farrell 62, Kennedy Catholic 51 — At Hermitage, the Golden Eagles held a slim 13-12 lead after the opening 8 minutes, but the Steelers (16-1) outscored KC 19-5 in the 2nd quarter to pull away for the non-region win.

Ike Jones led the way for Farrell with 15 points while Clifton McNair and Chris James had 11 points each.

Andre Campbell fired in a game-high 16 for Kennedy Catholic (10-7), Gerald Zachar was 11-of-12 from the charity stripe and finished with 13 points and Sam Crow bucketed 11.

ä George Junior Republic 53, Meadville 50 — At Grove City, the host Tigers notched the hardfought Region 5-AAA victory as Ron Pearson drilled a key trey with about 10 seconds remaining in the contest.

The game was tight throughout with GJR up 15-11 after one frame and 27-19 at half. The Bulldogs hacked the GJR lead down to 38-32 at the 4th quarter turn and then closed the gap near the end.



Qayshawn Oliver led the Tigers (4-7, 7-9) with 16 points and 14 rebounds, while Hadari Baker had 12 points, 7 assists and 2 steals. Malik Gibson had 6 rebounds and 9 points.

Jason Clune had 27 points for Meadville (3-7, 5-10), including 7 treys.



ä Wilmington 66, Lakeview 62 — At New Wilmington, the Hounds (6-2, 11-7) edged the Sailors (1-7, 6-11) in a Region 2-AA thriller.

Wilmington led 15-14 after the opening 8 minutes, but Lakeview stormed back and took a 31-22 halftime lead. The ’Hounds pulled away in the 3rd by outscoring the Sailors 22-9.

Jordan Smith rifled in a game-high 24 points for Wilmington and Rocco Fagan added a dozen markers.

Brandon Rice scored 21 points for the Sailors and Austin Rice bucketed 20.

ä Mercer 67, Sharpsville 54 — At Red Johnston Gymnasium, Sharpsville, the visiting Mustangs mustered free-throw marksmanship en route to the Region 2-AA road win.

Mercer manufactured a 26 for 46 free-throw performance, compared with Sharpsville’s 10-for-16 sin stripe shooting.

Mercer led 43-42 entering the final frame, but the ’Steads sank 13 of 19 freebies during the final 8 minutes, led by Justin Schmid’s 10-for-15 accuracy. Schmid sank only 2 field goals, but finished with 16 points.

Also for Mercer (4-4, 9-8), Jon Scheidhauer, Logan Clarke and Nate Guiler garnered 19, 15 and 10 points, respectively.

For Sharpsville (3-6, 7-10), Kyle Kennedy connected for 21 points, Sage Barringer bucketed 14, and Tanner Morris mustered 10 markers.

ä Reynolds 45, Green-ville 34 — At Transfer, the Raiders of Coach Dan Kilgore survived a weak shooting night at the foul line to win the Region 2-AA contest.

“It was agonizing,” said Kilgore as his Raiders made only 13 of 27 at the charity stripe. “We had the lead, but we just couldn’t make a foul shot.”

Reynolds was on top 10-5 after the opening frame and led 21-16 at the half. The Raiders were up 37-21 at the fourth-quarter turn.

Garhett Frable led Reynolds (5-3, 12-4) with 21 points, including 7 of 10 at the foul line. Jacob Reimold added 11 points.

For Greenville (2-6, 8-8), Tyler Fattman set the pace with 10 points, while Trent McErlane added 9.

ä West Middlesex 71, Beaver Area 55 — At Beaver, coach Chad Mild’s Big Reds improved to 12-5 with the win over WPIAL Section 2-AAA Beaver Area (6-12).

Trey Staunch recorded a 21-point, 21-rebound performance for WM while Josh Porterfield also tallied a double-double with 16 points and 13 boards. Also, Ryan Dogan had 15 points for the Big Reds and Isaac Williams added a dozen markers.

Nicklaus Barney scored 16 to lead Beaver Area while Alex Rowse and Darius Wise had 10 points each.

ä Commodore Perry 65, Youngsville 34 — At Sheaklyville, the host Panthers kept the visitors winless (0-16) on the season in the non-region contest.

CP led 44-21 at intermission and never looked back in sweeping a pair of games from the Eagles.

CP moved to 8-8 on the year, led by Tyler McCracken with 17 points and Cody Beachy 16.

Lehnan led Youngsville with 13 points.



ä Rocky Grove 65, Jamestown 39 — At Rocky Grove, the host Orioles rolled in the Region 1-A contest against the winless Muskies.

The ’Grovers (2-2, 4-10) were led by Gannoe with 18 points and White 15. For Jamestown (0-6, 0-13), Kyle Melton hit for a dozen markers.

WRESTLING

ä Hickory 42, Conneaut Area 25 — At Linesville, the Hornets won 9 of the 14 matches over CASH.

Dominic Vadala (106) and Justin Walter (113) notched falls for Hickory while Stanford Dessaw (126), Jacione Cromartie (152) and Ethan Collins (195) won by major decision. At heavyweight, the Hornets’ Connor Bettua won 6-1 in double-OT.

Ryan Lowery (132), Taylor Ellis (145) and Connor Overman (220) posted falls for CASH.

ä Lakeview 39, Grove City 31 — At Stoneboro, the Sailors edged the Eagles.

Dylan McConnell (120), Marquis Spence (195), Andrew Clayton (220) and Sam Breese (285) notched pins for Lakeview.

Jared Sample posted the lone fall for GC at 145 pounds.



GIRLS BASKETBALL

GROVE CITY    4    14    15    11    44

CONNEAUT    10    10    6    13    39

GROVE CITY — Hall 2-3-6-7, A. Deyarmin 2-1-4-5, B. Deymarin 2-4-5-8, Wylie 3-0-1-6, Sprando 4-2-5-10, Lucido 1-0-0-2, Ferguson 0-1-2-1, Hughes 0-1-2-1, Jaskowak 1-2-2-4. Totals: 15-14-27-44.

CONNEAUT AREA — Phelps 1-0-0-2, Litwiler 6-8-11-20, Baker 1-4-6-8, Litwin 1-1-1-3, Shidemantle 2-0-0-4, Bryce 2-0-0-4, Clement 0-0-0-0, Uplinger 0-0-0-0. Totals 13-13-18-39.

JV — No score reported.

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LAKEVIEW    2    10    2    7    21

MERCER    10    17    20    12    59

LAKEVIEW — Fischer 1-2-4-5, Foster 2-0-0-5, Womer 3-2-4-8, S. Riddle 0-0-2-0, Gravatt 1-1-2-3, M. Kasbee 0-0-0-0, Holland 0-0-0-0, McIntire 0-0-0-0, Casciotti 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Fischer 1, Foster 1. Totals: 7-5-12-21.

MERCER — Arkwright 7-0-0-15, Mills 1-0-0-2, McKinney 4-0-0-9, Cook 2-0-2-5, Angermeier 1-0-0-2, Glass 2-1-1-6, Swartz 1-0-0-3, Fisher 6-0-0-17, Fedorchak 0-0-0-0, Edwards 0-0-0-0, Conner 0-0-0-0, Thompson 0-0-0-0, Haight 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Fisher 5, Arkwright 1, McKinney 1, Cook 1, Glass 1, Swartz 1. Totals: 24-1-3-59.

JV — Mercer, 33-23. Haley Glass 17 for Mercer.

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OIL CITY    15    8    4    12    39

GROVE CITY    9    10    15    12    46

OIL CITY — Wilfong 2-0-0-5, S. Stevenson 1-0-0-2, Wenner 1-2-2-5, Domer 1-0-0-2, Davis 4-5-8-13, J. Stevenson 1-0-1-2, McCauley 2-0-1-4, Serbati 2-2-2-6. 3-pt. goals: Wilfong 1, Wenner 1. Totals: 14-9-14-39.

GROVE CITY — Hall 1-2-5-4, Lucido 2-3-3-8, B. Deyarmin 4-3-5-11, Jaskowak 0-0-1-0, Wyllie 3-7-10-13, Hughes 0-1-2-1, Sprando 2-5-6-9. 3-pt. goal: Lucido 1. Totals: 12-21-32-46.

JV — GC, 45-29.

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MERCER    11    16    13    13    53

MIDDLESEX    6    7    10    11    34

MERCER — Fisher 2-0-0-5, Cook 3-2-2-11, Angermeier 0-0-0-0, Mills 3-1-3-8, McKinney 6-1-6-13, Glass 0-0-0-0, Arkwright 6-2-2-16. 3-pt. goals: Cook 3, Arkwright 2, Fisher 1, Mills 1. Totals: 20-6-12-53.

WEST MIDDLESEX — Atterholt 4-2-6-10, Havens 0-0-0-0, Richards 1-0-0-2, Pierce 0-6-6-6, Murray 0-0-0-0, Staunch 1-5-9-7, White 2-0-0-6, Elsey 1-1-2-3. 3-pt. goals: White 2. Totals: 9-14-23-34.

JV — No game.



BOYS BASKETBALL

GROVE CITY    16    8    3    9    36

HICKORY    15    13    18    18    64

GROVE CITY — Turner 4-3-3-11, Marnich 1-0-0-2, Polkabla 2-2-4-6, Torok 5-0-1-11, Reznor 1-1-2-4, Barger 0-0-0-0, Record 0-0-0-0, Yarletts 0-0-0-0, Hall 0-0-0-0, Marlowe 1-0-3-2. 3-pt. goals: Torok 1, Reznor 1. Totals: 14-6-13-36.

HICKORY — Anthony Cannone 9-3-3-22, Green 3-1-2-7, Conley 7-1-1-15, Pryts 5-0-1-10, Tantuo 2-0-0-4, Rhoades 0-0-0-0, Mastrian 2-0-0-6, Passalinqua 0-0-0-0, Nick Cannone 0-0-1-0, Laverty 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Masrian 2, A.Cannone 1. Totals: 28-5-8-64.

JV — Hickory, 45-41. Nick Cannone 16 points for Hickory; Brendan Record 22, Kyle Barger 10 for Grove City.



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MEADVILLE    11    8    13    18    50

GJR    15    12    11    15    53

MEADVILLE — Chaser 1-0-0-2, Gregor 1-2-0-0-8, McClure 3-3-5-9, Clune 9-2-3-27, Lindsay 2-0-4-4,  Martin 0-0-2-0. 3-pt. goals: Clune 7, Gregor 2. Totals: 18-5-14-50.

GEORGE JUNIOR REPUBLIC — Pearson 2-1-1-7, Oliver 6-4-6-16, Baker 6-0-3-12, Holloway 3-1-3-7, Love 1-0-0-2, Gibson 4-1-5-9. 3-pt. goals: Pearson 2. Totals: 22-7-18-53.

JV — Meadville, 43-36. Martin 10, Pero 12 for Meadville. McNeil 11 for GJR.

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LAKEVIEW    14    17    9    22    62

WILMINGTON    15    7    22    22    66

LAKEVIEW — Partridge 1-1-2-3, VanDusen 2-3-4-8, Richael 0-0-0-0, A. Rice 8-1-2-20, Doddo 1-5-8-8, B. Rice 8-5-7-21, Armstrong 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: A. Rice 3, VanDusen 1, Doddo 1. Totals: 21-15-23-62.

WILMINGTON — Bloise 3-0-0-7, Hilliard 2-3-4-7, Fagan 5-0-0-12, Brumbaugh 3-0-0-7, Smith 7-7-7-24, DeMedal 4-0-1-9, Danus 0-0-0-0, Nichols 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Smith 3, Fagan 2, Bloise 1, Brumbaugh 1, DeMedal 1. Totals: 24-10-12-66.

JV — Lakeview, 40-29. Austin Rice 12, Aaron Armstrong 10 for Lakeview.

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MERCER    17    16    10    24    67

SHARPSVILLE    16    15    11    12    54

MERCER — Schmid 2-10-15-16, Clarke 5-3-9-15, Guiler 3-3-6-10, Fowler 2-1-4-5, Leonard 1-0-0-2, Scheidhauer 5-9-12-19, Vanwoert 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Schmid 2, Clarke 2, Guiler 1. Totals: 18-26-46-67.

SHARPSVILLE — Lipo 0-0-0-0 Kennedy 9-25-21,  Morris 4-1-2-10, Fyffe 0-0-0-0, Barringer 4-6-6-14, Calleja 1-0-0-2, Smith 2-0-1-4, Hogue 1-1-2-3. 3-pt. goals: Kennedy 1, Morris 1. Totals: 21-10-16-54.

JV —Sharpsville, 41-33. Dayne Smith 20 points for Sharpsville; Watson 13, VanWoert 10 for Mercer.

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SHARON    13    12    10    18    53

GROVE CITY    5    9    17    14    45

SHARON — Hawkins 3-2-3-9, Mosley 0-0-2-0, Henry 3-4-5-10, Jennings 3-2-3-11, Stovall 2-5-6-10, Austin 2-0-0-4, Seay 3-2-4-9. 3-pt. goals: Jennings 3, Hawkins 1, Stovall 1, Seay 1. Totals: 16-15-23-53.

GROVE CITY — Marnich 4-1-1-9, Turner 8-3-8-20, Torok 3-0-3-6, Record 1-0-0-3, Reznor 3-1-2-7. 3-pt. goals: Turner 1, Record 1. Totals: 19-5-14-45.

JV — GC, 57-48. Brendan Record 18, Kyle Barger 16 for GC. Donzell Matlock 12, Drew Magestro 10 for Sharon.

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REYNOLDS    10    10    6    10    36

LAKEVIEW    13    10    8    17    48

REYNOLDS — Frable 3-3-5-9, McDanel 0-0-0-0, Leipheimer 3-1-1-8, Hart 0-0-0-0, Woods 1-2-2-4, Rodemoyer 0-0-0-0, Reimold 0-2-2-2, McConnell 1-0-0-2, Beck 4-3-4-11. 3-pt. goal: Leipheimer 1. Totals: 12-11-14-36.

LAKEVIEW — Partridge 3-0-1-6, VanDusen 4-5-6-13, Wygant 0-0-0-0, A. Rice 4-0-0-9, J. Drozynski 0-0-0-0, Doddo 3-0-0-7, Guthrie 0-0-0-0, B. Rice 4-3-6-11, Armstrong 0-2-4-2. 3-pt. goals: A. Rice 1, Doddo 1. Totals: 18-10-17-48.

JV — Lakeview, 26-23.

WRESTLING

HICKORY 42, CONNEAUT AREA 25

120 — Colton Pellis (H) forfeit; 126 — Stanford Dessaw (H) major dec. Cameron Adamson, 14-2; 132 — Ryan Lowery (CASH) pinned Dylan Fox, 1:19; 138 — Kyle Lukowich (CASH) major dec. Kyle Boyd, 10-0; 145 — Taylor Ellis (CASH) pinned Noah Bianco, 3:39; 152 — Jacione Cromartie (H) major dec. Devin Foster, 9-1; 160 — John Sims (H) forfeit; 170 — Braden Morris (CASH) dec. Dominic Lenzi, 3-1; 182 — Robbie Thomas (H) dec. Adam Brown, 9-3; 195 — Ethan Collins (H) major dec. Wesley Gerber, 11-3; 220 — Connor Overman (CASH) pinned Brad Garman, 3:03; 285 — Connor Bettua (H) dec. Brian Lipps, 6-1 (2 OT); 106 — Dominic Vadala (H) pinned Tanner Rhoades, 1:27; 113 — Justin Walter (H) pinned Raven Mangrino, 0:43. JV: No score reported.

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LAKEVIEW 39, GROVE CITY 31

220 — Andrew Clayton (L) pinned Jared Reppart, 2:25; 285 — Sam Breese (L) pinned Morgan Kordes, 0:56; 106 — Derick Uber (L) dec. Bryce Martin, 7-6; 113 — Owen Clayton (L) forfeit; 120 — Dylan McConnell (L) pinned Jacob Powell, 0:50; 126 — Jake Heim (L) dec. Brayden Large, 8-1; 132 — Luke Walter (GC) forfeit; 138 — Dalton Meals (GC) dec. Cody Persch, 7-6; 145 — Jared Sample (GC) pinned Skyler Curry, 2:30; 152 — Billy Hockenberry (GC) forfeit; 160 — Chet Simoni (GC) forfeit; 170 — Kenny Bable (GC) maj. dec. Marty Baughman, 18-6; 182 — Solomon Daugherty (L) dec. Zion Scriven, 13-7; 195 — Marquis Spence (L) pinned Austin Birckbichler, 0:59.

JV: No match.