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December 22, 2012

HIGH SCHOOL WINTER SPORTS ROUNDUP: Hickory girls top Slippery Rock

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MERCER COUNTY AREA — GIRLS BASKETBALL

SLIPPERY ROCK    4    1    5    14    24

HICKORY    5    13    11    16    45

  SLIPPERY ROCK — Morg. Siebka 2-1-2-5, Angerett 3-0-0-7, Papley 0-0-0-0, Campbell 0-1-2-1, McGonigle 1-0-0-2, Mar. Siebka 2-1-4-5, Kadlubek 0-0-0-0, Spangler 0-0-0-0, Dietz 2-0-0-4. 3-pt. goal: Angerett 1. Totals: 10-3-7-24. 

  HICKORY — Arbanas 7-2-2-19, Placzek 2-0-0-4, Grober 3-2-4-9, Chess 2-2-2-7, LaCava 1-0-0-2, Beader 1-1-4-4, Moore 0-0-1-0, White 0-0-0-0, Bible 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Arbanas 3, Grober 1, Chess 1, Beader 1. Totals: 16-7-13-45. 

  JV — Hickory, 37-26. Katie Gustas 15 points, Lexi Bible 10 for Hickory; Marissa Siebka, Alicia Bertozzi 6 apiece for Slippery Rock.

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GROVE CITY    15    20    12    12    59

MEADVILLE    12    13    7    8    48

GROVE CITY — Hall 1-1-2-3, Huduchak 3-3-4 9, Wyllie 8-7-10-23, Lucido 1-6-8-8, Sprando 2-3-4-7, Ferguson 1-1-2-3, A. Deyarmin 1-0-0-2, B. Deyarmin 1-2-2-4, Hughes 0-0-0-0, Grace 0-0-2-0, Young 0-0-0-0. Totals 18-23-34-59.

MEADVILLE — Dewalt 2-1-2-5, Glatch 1-1-4-3, Mullen 1-0-0-2, McCoy 0-0-0-0, Vactor-Pope 9-2-4-23, Newsome 2-0-0-5, Schweter 1-0-2-2, Wickham 0-0-0-0, Smith 0-0-0-0. Totals 16-4-12-40.

JV — No score reported.

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MERCER    15    13    13    10    51

REYNOLDS    6    6    8    10    30

MERCER — Whenry 2-0-1-4, Arkwright 6-3-3-17, McKinney 4-1-2-10, Mills 1-0-0-3, Cook 1-0-0-2, Ryder 3-0-0-6, Fisher 2-0-0-4, Garrett 1-0-0-3, Shoemaker 0-0-0-0, Carr 0-0-0-0, Zacherl 1-0-1-2. 3-pt. goals: Arkwright 2, Mills 1, Garrett 1. Totals: 21-4-7-51.

REYNOLDS — Burnworth 1-2-2-4, Bresnan 1-1-2-3, Stoyer 4-0-0-9, McDanel 2-0-0-4, Ringer 1-0-0-2, Napadano 2-0-2-4, Thompson 1-0-0-2, Foster 1-0-0-2. Babcock 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goal: Stoyer 1. Totals: 13-3-6-30.

JV — No score reported.

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LAKEVIEW        14            26

GREENVILLE        21            43

LAKEVIEW — McKean 6, Stringer 15, Riddle 2, Holland 2, Davis 1.

GREENVILLE — Burnett 11, Leary 8, Holder 7, Fagley 6, Williams 4, Marini 3, Herrick 2, Fenton 2. 3-pt. goals: Burnett 1, Marini 1.

JV — No score reported.

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COMM. PERRY    6    9    16    7    38

LAKEVIEW    9    7    10    16    42

COMMODORE PERRY — Powell 7, Campbell 4, Grinnell 17, Kitchen 3, A. Nagy 0, Vaughn 6, S. Nagy 1. 3-pt. goal: Grinnell 1.

LAKEVIEW — Riddle 2, Davis 10, McKean 7, Stringer 10, Holland 11, Scott 0, Kasbee 0, Foster 0, Womer 0, Gravatt 2. 3-pt. goals: Davis 2.

JV — Commodore Perry, 22-20.

WRESTLING

SLIPP. ROCK 37, GROVE CITY 36

220 — Tim Kerr (SR) pinned Austin Stelene, 1:15; 285 — Forrest Christmann (SR) forfeit; 106 — Chad Bable (GC) forfeit; 113 — Adam Johns (SR) forfeit; 120 — Jacob Shipton (SR) forfeit; 126 — Ken Bable (GC) dec. Dave Huselton, 9-8; 132 — Ryan Grace (GC) dec. Matt Andrascik, 3-2 (2OT); 138 — Luke Walter (GC) pinned Chris Rensel, 1:26; 145 — Jared Sample (GC) pinned Manny Johns, 1:46; 152 — Trey Maher (GC) forfeit; 160 — Chet Simoni (GC) forfeit; 170 — Dalton Hilliard (SR) pinned Logan Pryor, 0:46; 182 — Shane Slater (SR) maj. dec. Zion Scriven, 12-4; 195 — Zane Wolf (SR) dec. Stephen Boyle, 7-2. JV: No match.

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MERCER 35, FRANKLIN 30

160 — Clay Ruffo (M) dec. Derrick Steetle, 9-4; 170 — Chris Matthews (F) forfeit; 182 — Austin Slagle (M) dec. Nate Miller, 6-4; 195 — Dan Geer (F) pinned Ryan Brunson, 1:35; 220 — Brian Phillips (M) pinned David Beach, 1:25; 285 — Jon Hennegan (M) dec. Jeff Riahlsloaff, 5-2; 106 — Dustin Hoover (M) tech. fall Brad Simmons, 15-0, 3:59; 113 — Austin King (M) pinned Nathan Stielgogel, 2:55; 120 — Ben Shaffer (M) dec. Zach Sharrer; 6-0; 126 — Dusty Bell (F) pinned Trevor Fowler, 1:15; 132 — Hunter Cook (F) forfeit; 138 — Rodney Brant (M) dec. Tyler Emrick, 4-1; 145 — Eli Rutter (M) dec. Tyler Carey, 2-1; 152 — Dakota Geer (F) pinned T.J. Peters, 1:35. JV: Mercer, 3-0. Kevin Reno (M) dec. Josh Atwell, 12-10.

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REYNOLDS 59, LAKEVIEW 12

152 — Austin Matthews (R) forfeit; 160 — Curtis Arnold (R) pinned Marty Baughman, 4:40; 170 — Austin Moffett (R) pinned Tony Jones, 3:16; 182 — Jamar Henry (R) pinned Jess Amon, 1:05; 195 — Denton Zeronas (R) dec. Marquis Spence, 6-4; 220 — Logan Rickert (R) pinned Andrew Clayton, 3:46; 285 — Sam Breese (L) dec. Gene Ringer, 3-1 (OT); 106 — Seth Hogue (R) forfeit; 113 — Mike Bartolo (R) major dec. Evan Clayton, 12-4; 120 — Adam Dosch (L) forfeit; 126 — Jake Heim (L) dec. Nick Nottingham, 6-0; 132 — Mason McCollum (R) pinned Trevor Williams, 3:09; 138 — Matt Leise (R) maj. dec. Dustin Schleifer, 17-4; 145 — Levi Stoyer (R) pinned Brandon Persch, 1:39. JV: No score reported.

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SHARON 36, LAKEVIEW 30

160 — Cory Buchanan (S) pinned Marty Baughman, 5:07; 170 — Brandon Bittler (S) pinned Tony Jones, :41; 182 — Marquis Spence (L) pinned Beau Dignall, 5:04; 195 — Jesse Amon (L) forfeit; 220 — Andrew Clayton (L) forfeit; 285 — Sam Breese (L) pinned Anthony Leak, :27; 106 — double forfeit; 113 — Evan Clayton (L) dec. Markus Coxson, 4-2; 120 — Cody Buchanan (S) maj. dec. Dosch, 14-5; 126 — Austin Alfreno (S) dec. Heim, 13-8; 132 — Jaray Norris (S) pinned Trevor Williams, 4:26; 138 — Dustin Schiefler (L) dec. Dalton Baldwin, 10-3; 145 — Troy Hejazi (S) pinned Brandon Persch, 2:36; 152 — Michael Bonner (S) tech. fall Brandon Yeager, 21-4; 4:43.

JV: Sharon, 6-0.

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