Unified Bocce

Grove City's Isaac and Hannah Mowry work together to take a shot at getting close to the pallina during a Unified Bocce match against Ellwood City recently at Grove City High.

HERMITAGE – Aesthetically, it wasn’t the best high school basketball game you’ll ever see. But it had the feel, even in the frigid, final week of January, like a PIAA playoff game in mid-March.

Abby Biddle fed Kathryn McDowell, who banked in the ball at the buzzer, giving Grove City High girls a 30-28 Region 5 win over Hickory.

Friday night at The Hive, Hickory’s Sydney McKnight made a pair of freebies with 34 ticks to play, squaring the slate a 27. With 17 seconds remaining McDowell made the front end of a 2-shot free-throw situation, but Reanna Daniels rebounded the miss for Hickory. Ultimately, Issy DeJulia drained the back end of a 2-shot free-throw opportunity with 5.9 seconds left, knotting the count at 28.

Grove City Head Coach Chris Burtch hailed a time-out. The ball was inbounded to Biddle, who drove the length of the floor up the left sideline, before dishing to the 6-foot-1 McDowell, stationed on the right block.

“It’s a play that we try to practice a couple times a week – our end-of-game situation, how we want to set it up, how we want to run it. And we were able to get the ball, obviously, in the person’s hands that we wanted to,” Burtch began. “ ... the play kind’ve fell apart a little bit. But Abby was able to just penetrate, find Katie, and Katie was able to get it up on the board.

“Certainly, I know it was a 50-50, tough call, but I’m glad they gave it to the kid that made the play, instead of takin’ the play away. So I’m certainly proud of my team, proud of them to battle as hard as they did,” Burtch added.

“It doesn’t come down to that last shot,” said Hickory Head Coach Matt Fabian. “I told the girls, ‘It’s easy to look at the last shot and say that cost us the game ... it was after the buzzer.’ But when you look back, there were several plays throughout that game that could’ve pushed it one way or another, and that (final shot) never would’ve happened.”

With DeJulia scoring 6 of her game-high 13 points and Grove City misfiring on all 8 of its field-goal attempts, the the Hornets harvested a 9-1 first-quarter lead. But during the 2nd stanza Hickory had 6 of its 13 turnovers, and Karrington McKnight’s set shot was the lone field goal. Conversely, when McDowell scored with 3:44 to intermission, that gave Grove City its 1st field goal, and the Lady Eagles ended the half trailing 11-6.

“When it was 9-3, I wasn’t even feeling sorry for myself. I was just thinking, ‘This team (Hickory) is so good, too good maybe, to beat twice (Grove City won, 57-53, approximately 6 weeks ago). And I just thought, ‘Well, maybe this isn’t gonna be our night,’” Burtch admitted. “But we played great defense in the second quarter, and that kept us alive. And in the third quarter, Becca (Santom) Clara (Hannon) and Abby started to get aggressive offensively, penetrating and pitching a little bit, and we were just able to kind’ve crawl back into the game, take a lead (13-12 on Hannon’s trey with 42.9 seconds remaining in the period), and that kind’ve changed the whole complexion of the game.”

Two ironies for Hickory (5-3, 11-6): Before Biddle’s breakout, the Hornets harassed Grove City into an 11-for-34 shooting night that included a dozen miscues. Also, in spite of the clutch 4th-frame free throws by Syd McKnight and DeJulia, Hickory hit on only 9 of 16 freebies.

DeJulia’s 13-point, 12-rebound double-double led Hickory, but the Hornets hit only 9 of 36 floor shots (5 for 21 during the 2nd half). Syd McKnight assisted on 4 of those fielders.

Grove City (6-2, 14-2) was paced by McDowell’s 9 points and 8 caroms, while Hannon and Becca Santom split 14 points and Biddle bounded 6 times, scored 6 and dished 2 dimes. The Lady Eagles ended just 6 for 14 from the line, 3 for 8 during the final frame.

“No question. Both of us are going to be right there in the hunt,” Burtch emphasized. “Obviously, Slippery Rock is terrific ... Warren is playin’ great up there. But the rest of the 5A teams, you could just kind’ve throw them into a bucket – everybody’s about the same

“So there’s no doubt that (game) is gonna be helpful for both of us. ... But a really good night for the ‘Grovers,” a beaming Burtch concluded.

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In other action recently involving Mercer County area teams it was:

GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Mercer 39, Farrell 37 – At Mercer, Coach Aaron Cook’s Lady M’s improved to 5-3 in Region 1 and 8-8 overall with a big win over the Lady Steelers (4-4, 4-12). The game was tied 10-all at the end of the opening quarter and Farrell led 26-22 at the break. Mercer outscored the visitors 10-6 in the 3rd quarter and 7-5 in the final frame.

Darby Miller and Lizzy Fedorchak led the way for Mercer with 10 points each and Julia Balaski bucketed 6 points.

Pierra Parker scored 9 points to pace Farrell and Kyra Crosby added 7.

• Hickory 52, Slippery Rock 42 – At “The Hive” in Hermitage, Coach Matt Fabian’s Lady Hornets (6-3, 12-6) pulled off the Region 5 upset in beating Slippery Rock (7-1, 13-4).

In the first meeting between the two teams on Dec. 21, the Lady Rockets rolled to a 74-36 win.

On Monday, Hickory led 6-0 at the end of the 1st quarter and 19-17 at halftime. The Rockets outscored Hickory 16-10 in the 3rd quarter to lead 33-29, but the Hornets posted a 23-9 scoring differential in the 4th quarter to earn the win.

Issy DeJulia led the way for Hickory with 19 points, Sydney McKnight scored 11 and Aniyah Anderson added 8 points.

Anna Kadlubek led Slippery Rock with 13 points, Hallie Raabe bucketed a dozen points and Emma McDermott added 9.

Hickory was 24-of-31 from the free-throw line while Slippery Rock was 8-of-14.

“Our girls came out and played a great first quarter,” said Fabian. “Being able to hold a team like Slippery Rock, who averages 70 points a game, to zero was phenomenal. We played 32 minutes of hard-nosed basketball. The girls never quit and played together.

“The two keys to our victory were made free-throws and rebounding. Coming off a tough loss Friday (to Grove City), it could’ve been easy for us to let our guard down but instead we rose to the challenge and won a hard-fought battle against a great team. I couldn’t be more proud of the girls.”

• Greenville 59, Lakeview 29 – At Greenville, the host Lady Trojans triumphed in the Region 4 affair.

Greenville got out to an 18-8 first-quarter lead and never was challenged, leading 36-12 by the break and 45-20 through 3 periods.

Nina Cano, Ellie Kalchthaler and Skylar Swartz scored 19, 19 points and 13 points, respectively, for Greenville (6-0, 12-4), while Jensen Troy tallied 14 for Lakeview (4-2, 10-6). Troy tossed in 4 treys.

• Mercer 53, Jamestown 32 – At Jamestown the visiting Lady M’s mustered the Region 1 road win. Mercer led 29-20 at intermission, then extended its edge to 40-25 through 3 quarters.

Darby Miller manufactured a game-high 19 markers for Mercer (6-3, 9-8), while Grace Godfrey garnered 10 for Coach Aaron Cook.

Jamestown (1-8, 2-16) was led by Jocelyn Johnson’s 11 points.

• Cranberry 36, Sharpsville 34 – At the Berry Dome in Seneca, the Lady Berries (11-5) of District 9 edged Sharpsville (5-10).

Cranberry was up 10-7 after 8 minutes, but Sharpsville rallied to take a 16-13 lead at the break. The Berries outscored the Devils 23-18 in the 2nd half.

Malliah Schreck (18 points) and Kaylie Bruce (10) scored in double digits for Cranberry.

Bruce hit the game-winning shot with 7 seconds left.

Claire Staunch led Sharpsville with 10 points, Mariah Hopson added 8 points and Alli Davis contributed 7.

• Kennedy Catholic 74, Commodore Perry 34 – At Sheakleyville, Malia Magestro’s 37-point, 14-rebound, 6-assist line enabled the visiting Lady Golden Eagles to ease to the Region 1 road win.

Also keying Kennedy Catholic (7-1, 10-5) were Bellah DiNardo’s 10-point, 10-rebound double-double, Addie Flanders’ 13 points and 8 rebounds, and Leah Lombardi, who lent 14 points and 8 steals. Magestro and Lombardi tossed in 4 and 3 treys, respectively.

MacKenzie Hause hit for 18 points to pace Commodore Perry’s Lady Panthers (3-6, 3-12).

• Grove City 64, Oil City 26 – At “The House of Hustle” in Oil City, Coach Chris Burtch’s Lady Eagles improved to 7-2 in Region 5 and 15-2 overall with the rout.

Grove City led 27-8 at the end of the opening quarter and rolled past the Lady Oilers (1-7, 2-14).

Katie McDowell paced GC with 17 points and Clara Hannon and Becca Santom added 12 points each.

Maddy Neely led Oil City with 9 points and Katie Womer contributed 7.

• West Middlesex 66, Rocky Grove 34 – At The ‘Grove in Venango County, the visiting Ms. Reds rolled to the Region 1 road win.

West Middlesex went out to a 40-17 halftime bulge, then increased its lead to 62-22 through 3 periods.

Makennah White went for a game-high 19 points and collected 10 rebounds for a double-double for mentor Mike Williams. Also for West Middlesex (9-0, 16-1), Karsyn Rupert and Grace Mild mustered 11 and 10 markers, respectively, and Taylor Tomko tallied 10, tossing in 2 treys.

Rocky Grove (0-8, 3-14) was led by Kennedi Winslow’s 9 points.

• Reynolds 74, Wilmington 40 – At Transfer, the host Lady Raiders rolled to the Region 4 rout. Reynolds raced out to a 38-15 halftime lead.

Halle Murcko manufactured 27 markers for Reynolds (3-3, 8-8), while Raeann Cowan contributed 14.

Wilmington (2-4, 7-9) was led by Meredith Glavach and Nadia Huebner, with 12 and 11 points, respectively.

• Sharpsville 45, Sharon 42 – At Sharpsville, Coach Katie Grandy’s Lady Blue Devils improved to 3-3 in Region 4 and 5-9 overall in the opener of the boys-girls doubleheader.

Sharon led 12-10 at the end of the opening quarter and 23-22 at the break. Sharpsville outscored Sharon 15-9 in the 3rd quarter to lead 37-32 and held off the Lady Tigers in the 4th frame.

Claire Staunch had an 18-point, 12-rebound double-double to lead Sharpsville and Mariah Hopson added 11 points.

Ayanna Harrison led Sharon (0-6, 4-14) with 17 points and Jaysina Sellers had 8 points.

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

• Lakeview 48, West Middlesex 38 – At Stoneboro, the Sailors (4-3, 10-6) picked up a big Region 2 win over the Reds (5-3, 10-5).

WM led 16-10 after 8 minutes of play and the game was tied 22-all at halftime. The Sailors outscored Middlesex 12-9 in the 3rd quarter and 14-7 in the 4th.

Hunter Miller led Lakeview with 18 points and Gavin Boggs bucketed 14.

“The kids played hard,” said first-year Lakeview Coach Garrett Blaschak. “It was a big win for us. We needed that. We had lost three straight games.”

Ricky Ladjevich led the Big Reds with 18 points and Jake Bowen added 12 points.

Ladjevich and Zach Long, both key players for West Middlesex, are dealing with injuries suffered Tuesday against Wilmington.

• Wilmington 64, Rocky Grove 37 – At Rocky Grove, the Hounds (6-2, 10-6) pulled away in the Region 2 contest by outscoring the Grovers 23-5 in the 2nd quarter.

Robert Pontius fired in 17 points for Wilmington, Cameron Marett had 10 points and Tage Kelliher and Danny Hanssen added 9 points each.

Gabe Francic (13 points) and Zac Clayton (10) scored in double digits for RG (2-6, 5-12).

• Jamestown 78, Commodore Perry 60 – At Sheakleyville Thursday, the Muskies moved to 2-0 in Region 1 and 8-7 overall with the win over the Panthers (0-2, 2-12).

Jamestown led 15-13 at the end of the opening quarter and 37-26 at halftime. The Muskies then outscored CP 15-11 in the 3rd quarter and 26-23 in the final frame.

Richard Graham and Darian Keyser both fired in 20 points to lead Jamestown, Austin Smith added 18 points and Elliot Steadman contributed 12.

Hunter Artman rifled in a game-high 22 points for CP and Keane Cropp and Jared Mink had 14 points each.

• Reynolds 65, Mercer 45 – At Mercer Thursday, the Raiders (3-5, 7-8) picked up the Region 2 win over the winless Mustangs (0-8, 0-14).

Mercer led 17-12 at the end of the 1st quarter and the game was tied 27-all at the break. Reynolds outscored the Mustangs 18-7 in the 3rd quarter and 20-11 in the 4th.

Shyne Sims had 17 points for Reynolds, Aidan Mull and Chance Westover bucketed 13 each and Jake Lorent added 10 markers.

Dan Scheidhauer led Mercer with 13 points, Alec Gault scored a dozen and Brian Shevitz contributed 10 points.

Chet Mason Invitational

• Kennedy Catholic 70, Brush 65 – At Brush High School in Lyndhurst, Ohio, Sunday night, the Golden Eagles improved to 12-3 with a win over the No. 1 ranked team in the Cleveland area.

KC led 15-12 at the end of the opening quarter and 32-20 at halftime. Both teams scored 19 points in the 3rd quarter and Brush outscored KC 26-19 in the final frame.

McDonald’s All-American Oscar Tshiebwe fired in 30 points and ripped down 20 rebounds to lead Kennedy Catholic and Maceo Austin scored 21.

D.J. Dial led Brush with 29 points and Andre Harris scored 22 (4 treys).

• Laurel 82, Mercer 49 – At Mercer Saturday night, the District 7 Spartans (6-10) rolled past the Mustangs (0-15).

Marcus Haswell (18 points), Luke Barker (17), Sam Haswell (12) and Landin Esposito (11) scored in double digits for Laurel.

Sam Ellison led Mercer with 18 points, Alec Gault scored 10 and Dan Scheidhauer contributed 9 points.

• Hickory 64, Greenville 40 — Donald Whitehead misfired on his first 3 field-goal attempts Saturday afternoon. He didn’t miss too many thereafter.

Whitehead went for a game-high 19 points, surpassing the career 1,000-point plateau in the process, as Hickory High boys basketball team defeated Greenville, 64-40.

He became the 18th player (12th male) in Hickory High hoops history to reach the milestone, according to Athletic Director Barb Dzuricsko.

Also for the Hornets, Peyton Mele manufactured 15 points and 5 assists, Rocco Iacino added 9 points and snagged a game-high 7 rebounds, Isaiah Jarzab joined in with 8 points, and Jarvie added 4 assists, while Bailey Phillips finished with 9 pointsand 4 rebounds. Hickory hit on 25 of 45 floor shots and committed only 8 miscues.

Greenville (3-8, 4-12) was paced by Braden Uber’s trio of treys, Jalen RItzert, who rifled in 3 fourth-frame fielders including a triple, and a half-dozen assists divided between Ronnie Mutinelli and Jonah Lentz. 

• Reynolds 73, Jamestown 63 – At Transfer, Shyne Sims rifled in 28 points (4 treys) in leading the Raiders (8-8) past the Muskies (8-8) in the non-region clash.

Reynolds led 16-14 after 8 minutes and 31-26 at halftime. The Raiders pulled away by outscoring Jamestown 26-10 in the 3rd quarter.

Chance Westover added 17 points for Reynolds, Luke Faber scored 9 and Aidan Mull bucketed 8.

Dawson Urbansky led the Muskies with 19 points, Darian Keyser had 17, Austin Smith scored 13 and Elliot Steadman contributed 10 markers.

• Sharon 57, Sharpsville 52 – At Sharpsville, Coach Zach Sarver’s Tigers moved to 11-1 in Region 5 and 15-2 overall with a thrilling win over the Blue Devils (8-4, 11-6) in the nightcap of a boys-girls doubleheader.

The game was tied 15-all after 8 minutes and the Devils held a slim 31-30 lead at halftime. The score was deadlocked at 39-all after 3 quarters and Sharon outscored Sharpsville 18-13 in the final frame for the win.

Elite Williams led Sharon with 16 points, Frank Shaffer scored 15 and dished out 5 assists, Ethan Porterfield had a 14-point, 12-rebound double-double and Michael Callaway had 4 assists.

Brayden Fry, Luke Levis and Jackson Doyle all had 10 points for Sharpsville.

• Grove City 93, George Junior Republic 61 – At GJR’s Peter J. Collodi Gymnasium, Caden Mattocks buried 8 treys en route to 32 points to lift the Eagles (8-3, 10-7) past the Tigers (1-10, 3-12) in the Region 5 clash.

Grove City led 21-18 after 8 minutes of play and 42-39 at halftime. The Eagles rifled in 23 points in the 3rd quarter and 28 in the 4th to pull away.

Logan Lutz had 19 points for GC, Marcos Cintron scored 18 (4 treys) and Kade Persinger added 9 points.

Tyrique Williams led GJR with 22 points and Preston Currie contributed 17.

 

WRESTLING

WADSWORTH, Ohio – Reynolds High wrestling team finished third in the rugged Wadsworth GIT 16-team event Saturday.

Led by champions Gary Steen (106) and Wyatt Owen (220), the Raiders of Coach Casey Taylor posted 319 points. St. Paris Graham was champion with 368, followed by Wadsworth with 322.

Following are the results of Reynolds matmen:

Gary Steen (106), 4-0, 1st; Kane Kettering (106), 3-2, 9th; Cole Bayless (113), 3-2, 7th; Beau Bayless (120), 4-1, 2nd;  Andrew Ischo (126), 3-2, 6th; Kaeden Berger (132), 4-1, 5th; Rocco Bartolo (138), 3-2, 4th; Alex Ischo (145), 1-4, 15th; Hunter Thompson (160), 3-2, 6th’; Cole Toy (170), 3-2, 4th; Bryce McCloskey (182), 3-2, 4th; Braydon Herbster (195), 1-3, 8th; Evan Miller (220), 3-2, 6th; Wyatt Owen (220), 4-0, 1st; Derrick Skeehan (285), 4-1, 3rd.

Sharon Duals

Coach Dave Ciafre’s Tigers went 3-2 on Saturday at their own Sharon Duals.

Sharon beat Chartiers Houston (56-15), Elizabeth Forward (44-30) and Knoch (35-31) and lost to Eisenhower (48-23) and Fox Chapel (54-28).

Sully Allen and Luke Gaston posted 5-0 records for the Tigers and Jordan Wilson went 3-0.

Seth Evans went 4-1, Mike Zellefrow was 3-1, Cameron Bliss, Eli Buck, Aidan Buck and Andrew Price all posted 3-2 ledgers and Jacob Gonder went 1-4.

Norwin won the event with a 5-0 record. Eisenhower (4-1) was 2nd.

INDOOR TRACK & FIELD

The Hickory High teams took part in the Kent State High School Invitational on Saturday.

BOYS: The 4x8 relay team of Cole and Camden Frazier, Tommy Hunyadi and Paul Morelli placed 3rd in 9:04.44, which broke the 2017 school record of 9:05.18 held by Chad Grundy, Nate Martin, Clark McQuiston and Matt Taylor.

Cole Frazier also broke his own school record from two weeks ago when he finished the 800 in 2:09.36.

Brock Grundy placed 1st in the shot put (53-3), Brian Phillips was 2nd in the long jump (21-3) and 2nd in the triple jump (46-3) and Neel Patel finished 6th in the triple jump (36-9).

Also, Braedon Allen took 5th in the 60-meter hurdles (8.86) and the 4x4 relay team of Camden and Cole Frazier, Ethan Cozad and Allen placed 8th with a clocking of 3:56.05.

GIRLS: Hickory’s “A” team of Daphne Borowicz, Kaitlyn O’Kresik, Kayla Saylor and Emma Schnolis placed 1st in the 4x2 relay in 1:49.97 while the “B” team of Christie Boren, Avery Micchia, Kylie Thompson and Rhys Miller placed 5th in 1:56.41.

Borowicz, Saylor, O’Kresik and Schnolis teamed up for a 2nd-place finish in the 4x4 relay in a time of 4:22.95.

Miller also placed 1st in the triple jump (31-3) and 7th in the long jump (14-9). Danielle Nelson finished 2nd in the triple jump (30-7 3/4) and Maria Benson was 3rd (29-3).

Borowicz placed 5th in the 60-meter hurdles (9.92), Boren finished 5th in the high jump (4-6) and Schnolis took 8th in the long jump (14-6).

BOYS BASKETBALL

Chet Mason Invitational

LAUREL            18  18  19  27  82

MERCER            8  14  18    49

LAUREL – S. Haswell 5-2-2-12, Barker 8-1-1-17, Ayres 0-0-0-0, Pasquarello 0-0-0-0, M. Haswell 7-2-2-18, Magee 2-1-2-5, Caldararo 2-1-4-6, Wade 2-0-0-4, Esposito 5-0-1-11, Dicks 0-1-2-1, DeRosa 0-0-2-0, Linton 0-0-0-0, Brest 1-0-0-2, Sickafuse 2-0-0-6. 3-pt. goals: M. Haswell 2, Sickafuse 2, Caldararo 1, Esposito 1. Totals: 34-8-17-82.

MERCER – Shevitz 2-1-2-5, Turton 1-2-3-4, Previty 0-0-0-0, Scheidhauer 3-2-2-9, Gault 4-0-1-10, Ellison 7-4-7-18, Howard 0-0-0-0, Nickel 1-0-0-2, Borowicz 0-0-0-0, Ealy 0-0-0-0, Grossman 0-1-2-1, Doolin 0-0-0-0, Guiler 0-0-0-0, Lawrence 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Gault 2, Scheidhauer 1. Totals: 18-10-17-49.

JV: Laurel, 49-39. Michael Pasquarello 17, Kobe DeRosa 15 for Laurel.

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GROVE CITY    21  21  23  28  93

GEO. JUNIOR   18  21  12  10  61

GROVE CITY – Miller 3-0-0-6, Cintron 7-0-0-18, Timko 2-0-0-4, Persinger 4-0-1-9, Hostetler 1-0-1-3, Mattocks 9-6-9-32, Lutz 5-9-15-19, Loughry 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Mattocks 8, Cintron 4, Persinger 1, Hostetler 1. Totals: 32-15-26-93.

GEORGE JUNIOR REPUBLIC – Currie 6-2-6-17, Ross 1-0-0-2, Sanchez 3-2-4-8, Ellington 1-0-0-2, Williams 7-5-5-22, Beiland 2-2-2-6, Peachlum 2-0-0-4. 3-pt. goals: Currie 3, Williams 3. Totals: 22-11-17-61.

JV: Grove City, 53-43. Michael Brooks 16, Danny Timko 14 for GC.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

SLIPP ROCK  0  17  16  9   42

HICKORY      6  13  10  23  52

SLIPPERY ROCK – Ackerman 1-3-4-5, Roth 0-0-1-0, Em. McDermott 3-0-0-9, Raabe 4-3-5-12, McCoy 1-0-0-2, Shea 0-1-2-1, Kadlubek 5-1-2-13. 3-pt. goals: Em. McDermott 3, Kadlubek 2, Raabe 1. Totals: 14-8-14-42.

HICKORY – S. McKnight 5-1-3-11, K. McKnight 2-3-4-7, DeJulia 4-11-14-19, Anderson 2-4-4-8, Daniels 1-5-6-7, Duncan 0-0-0-0. Totals: 14-24-31-52.

JV: Slippery Rock, 42-36.

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LAKEVIEW           8  9   29

GREENVILLE      18  18  9  14  59

LAKEVIEW – Gadsby 1-0-0-2, Sontheimer 0-0-0-0, Rose 0-0-0-0, Burke 0-0-0-0, Reed 0-0-0-0, Martin 0-0-2-0, Cole 0-0-0-0, Gerlach 3-0-0-6, D.Williams 0-0-0-0, Troy 5-0-0-14, S.Williams 1-0-0-3, Ligo 0-4-4-4. 3-pt. goals: Troy 4, S.Williams 1. Totals: 10-4-6-29.

GREENVILLE – Kalchthaler, 9-0-0-19, I.Serrano 0-0-0-0, Giroski 1-0-0-2, E.Serrano 1-0-0-2, Swartz 5-3-4-13, Zilla 1-0-0-2, Rosario 1-0-0-2, Cano 9-1-2-19, Hawthorne 0-0-0-0, Wentling 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Kalchthaler 1. Totals: 27-4-6-59.

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MERCER         15  14  11  13  53

JAMESTOWN      13     32

MERCER – Fisher 0-0-0-0, Miller 0-1-2-1, Bailey 1-0-0-2, Grossman 2-0-0-4, Kennis 0-0-0-0, D.Miller 8-3-6-19, Baker 2-3-7-7, Nickel 0-0-0-0, Amon 0-0-0-0, Morneweck 1-0-1-2, Godfrey 3-3-4-10, Fedorchak 3-2-5-8. 3-pt. goal: Godfrey 1. Totals: 20-12-25-53.

JAMESTOWN – Stewart 1-0-0-2. McClimans 2-0-0-4, McElhinny 1-4-8-6, Messai 2-0-0-4, Gould 0-0-0-0, Shirey 0-0-0-0, Johnson 3-5-8-11, Smith 2-0-0-4, Stevenson 0-1-3-1. Totals: 11-10-19-32.

JV: No score reported.

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GROVE CITY      27  22  13  2  64

OIL CITY               4  26

GROVE CITY – Hannon 5-1-2-12, Haggart 1-0-0-2, Lewis 0-0-0-0, Dye 1-1-2-3, Donohue 0-0-0-0, B. Santom 6-0-0-12, E. Santom 1-1-3-3, Biddle 2-2-2-6, Wise 0-0-0-0, Reiber 1-0-1-2, McDowell 6-5-6-17, Burtch 2-2-2-7, Severson 0-0-0-0, Gubba 0-0-0-0, Collins 0-0-1-0. 3-pt. goals: Hannon 1, Burtch 1. Totals: 25-12-19-64.

OIL CITY – Stack 2-2-4-6, Neely 4-0-0-9, Womer 3-0-2-7, Manning 0-0-0-0, Anderson 0-0-0-0, Fischli 1-0-2-2, Bly 0-0-0-0, Dobson 0-0-0-0, Merwin 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Neely 1, Womer 1. Totals: 11-2-8-26.

JV: No score reported.

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GROVE CITY     1  5  12  12  30

HICKORY         9  2   6   11  28

GROVE CITY – Hannon 2-1-2-7, B.Santom 3-1-2-7, McDowell 3-3-6-9, Biddle 3-0-2-6, Burtch 0-0-0-0, E.Santom 0-1-2-1, Haggart 0-0-0-0 Reiber 0-0-0-0, Lewis 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Hannon 2. Totals: 11-6-14-30.

HICKORY – S.McKnight 1-3-3-5, DeJulia 4-5-11-13, Duncan 0-0-0-0, Anderson 0-0-0-0, K.McKnight 3-0-0-7, Daniels 1-1-2-3. 3-pt. goal: K.McKnight 1. Totals: 9-9-16-28. 

JV: Grove City, 29-20. Emma Santom 9 points, Alli Lewis 8 for Grove City; Ashleigh Stephenson 5 for Hickory.

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FARRELL         10  16   6   5  37

MERCER         10  12  10  7  39

FARRELL – Burns 2-2-2-6, Parker 4-1-4-9, Hall 2-2-6-6, Stewart 0-1-4-1, Brodie 3-0-0-6, Crosby 3-1-3-7, Green 1-0-0-2. Totals: 16-7-19-37.

MERCER – Balaski 3-0-1-6, Grossman 0-0-3-0, D. Miller 5-0-2-10, Baker 2-0-0-5, Morneweck 2-0-0-4, Godfrey 2-0-1-4, Fedorchak 4-0-0-10. 3-pt. goals: Fedorchak 2, Baker 1. Totals: 18-0-7-39.

JV: Mercer, 39-37 (2OT). Delaney Fisher 15, Peyton Miller 10 for Mercer. Makayla Hall 18 for Farrell.

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

MIDDLESEX  16     7  38

LAKEVIEW    10  12  12  14  48

WEST MIDDLESEX – C. Mild 0-4-4-4, Smith 0-0-0-0, Bowen 4-4-6-12, Hoffman 1-0-0-3, G. Mild 0-0-0-0, Davano 0-1-2-1, Ladjevich 7-3-3-18. 3-pt. goals: Hoffman 1, Ladjevich 1. Totals: 12-12-15-38.

LAKEVIEW – Miller 5-7-8-18, Thiec 1-3-5-5, Doddo 0-3-4-3, Burke 0-1-2-1, Lightcap 0-0-0-0, Grim 0-0-0-0, Beith 3-0-0-7, McIntire 0-0-0-0, Boggs 3-8-10-14. 3-pt. goals: Miller 1, Beith 1. Totals: 12-22-29-48.

JV: West Middlesex, 42-25. Mason Blaze 12 for WM.

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REYNOLDS      12  15  18  20  65

MERCER        17  10    11  45

REYNOLDS – Sims 4-8-8-17, Mull 5-3-5-13, Westover 6-1-2-13, Lorent 5-0-0-10, Stevens 2-1-1-5, N. Loposky 1-2-2-4, Walker 1-1-3-3, Hart 0-0-0-0, Belbeck 0-0-0-0, Lowe 0-0-0-0, J. Loposky 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goal: Sims 1. Totals: 25-16-21-65.

MERCER – Scheidhauer 5-0-0-13, Gault 5-0-0-12, Shevitz 4-1-2-10, Ellison 1-3-5-5, Nickel 2-0-0-4, Turton 0-1-2-1, Borowicz 0-0-0-0, Doolin 0-0-0-0, Grossman 0-0-0-0, Ealy 0-0-0-0, Pugh 0-0-0-0, Howard 0-0-0-0, Previty 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Scheidhauer 3, Gault 2, Shevitz 1. Totals: 17-6-9-45.

JV: No score reported.