Quakers control Dukes

ALLIANCE — Kyla Jamison had 19 points and nine rebounds as Salem bumped off Marlington 58-51 on Saturday in Eastern Buckeye Conference action.

Echo Mayer Kutz added 15 points, seven rebounds and three assists for the Quakers, 9-4, 4-1.

Jaden Hamilton contributed 10 points while Ellie Davidson had an outstanding defensive effort with seven rebounds, four assists and four steals to go with her seven points.

The Salem jayvees improved to 11-2 and 4-0 in the EBC with a 34-24 win. Krista Barley had nine points, four steals, three rebounds and two assists. Rylie Troy added eight points and six rebounds.

Salem will host Carrollton on Wednesday.

SALEM: 11-17-18-12–58

MARLINGTON: 15-8-9-19–51

SALEM SCORING: Casey Johnson 1-0-2, Taylor Troy 1-0-3, Annie Davidson 1-0-2, Ellie Davidson 3-1-7, Paige Bailey 0-0-0, Hayden Carner 0-0-0, Echo Mayer-Kutz 2-11-15, Jaden Hamilton 3-2-10, Kyla Jamison 7-5-19. TEAM TOTALS: 18, 19-23: 58.

MARLINGTON SCORING: Ma Lambden 1-0-2, Maria Ferrell 1-0-3, Leah Springer 1-3-6, Allison Lacher 1-0-2, Mary Mason 1-4-6, Alivia Lepley 9-6-30, Dee Dugan 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 15, 13-18: 51.

Three-point goals: Salem 3 (Hamilton 2, Davidson), Marlington 8 (Lepley 6, Springer, Ferrell)

Minerva 52,

United 32

MINERVA — Minerva’s girls basketball team improved to 8-2 on the wings of a 52-32 win over United on Saturday.

Addie Rhodes had 23 points to lead the Minerva attack. Coletta Miller added 12 rebounds.

Celeste Hofmeister had 10 points for the Eagles.

UNITED: 7-5-10-10–32

MINERVA: 9-13-15-15–52

UNITED SCORING: Loren Swords 2 0-1 4, Morgan Hovorka 1 6-11 8, Madison Boyle 0 2-2 2, Celeste Powers 2 2-2 6, Destiny Hill 1 0-0 2, Celeste Hofmeister 4 1-6 10. TEAM TOTALS: 10, 11-22: 32.

MINERVA SCORING: Maddie Foutz 1 0-2 2, Nelle Yankovich 0 3-4 3, Elyssa Imler 3 1-2 8, Hannah Wayts 2 1-2 7, Coletta Miller 2 0-0 4, Jenna Cassidy 1 0-0 3, Shelby Wheeler 0 0-1 0, Addie Rhodes 10 3-5 23, Gina Slentz 1 0-0 2. TEAM TOTALS: 20, 8-16: 52.

Three-point goals: United 1 (Hofmeister), Minerva 4 (Wayts 2, Cassidy, Imler).

Sebring 50,

Lady of Elms 17

AKRON — Isabella Meir had 16 points to lead Sebring to a 50-17 win over Lady of Elms on Saturday in girls basketball action.

Sebring is at Western Reserve on Monday.

SEBRING: 8-17-13-12–50

LADY OF ELMS: 5-0-6-6–17

SEBRING SCORING: Kylei Jays 3-0-6, Isabella Meir 7-0-16, Emma Whaley 5-2-12, Bryanne Luca 1-3-5, Abi D’Ostroph 2-2-6, Devyn Reggi 2-1-5. TEAM TOTALS: 20, 8-22: 50.

LADY OF ELMS SCORING: Damm 4-0-9, Vesco 0-4-4, Calvin 2-0-4. TEAM TOTALS: 6, 4-4: 17.

Three-point goals: Sebring 2 (Meir 2), Lady of Elms 1 (Damm).

Valley 58,

Springfield 53

YOUNGSTOWN — Springfield Local’s girls team was down by 19 at half and made it a game in a 58-53 loss to Valley Christian on Saturday afternoon.

Mariah Johnson sparked the Tigers with 17 points, while Makenzy Capouellez had 15 points. Kylee Kosek had 12 points.

Springfield hosts Jackson-Milton on Monday.

SPRINGFIELD: 6-10-20-17–53

VALLEY: 19-16-19-13–58

SPRINGFIELD SCORING: Marlie Applegarth 1-0-2, Makenzy Capouellez 3-8-15, Ellie Centofanti 1-3-5, Kylee Kosek 5-2-12, Mariah Johnson 7-3-17, Gianna Santangelo 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 18, 16-22: 53.

VALLEY SCORING: Sydney Bowers 2-0-4, Kristen Gill 7-2-17, Nevyiah Taylor 8-3-19, Taylor Jones 7-2-16, Olivia Kitchen 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 25, 7-16: 58.

Three-point goals: Springfield 1 (Capouellez), Valley 1 (Gill).

Crestview 28, Newton Falls 20

COLUMBIANA — The lid finally came off the basket in the fourth quarter for the Crestview girls.

The Rebels scored 11 points in the final period to get past league-leading Newton Falls in All-American Conference play Saturday.

Tanner Hoffer led the Rebels with a game-high nine points, 10 rebounds and three blocks. Mara Halas added eight points and nine rebounds and Krista Perry seven rebounds, two steals and two blocks.

Newton Falls opened up a 9-4 lead in the first quarter, but managed 11 points the rest of the way.

Crestview also won the junior varsity game, 40-35 as Shelby Rambo scored 14 points.

In freshman action, Howland topped Crestview, 41-28. Karsyn Moore had nine points for the Rebels.

N. FALLS: 9-5-1-5–20

CRESTVIEW: 4-5-8-11–28

NEWTON FALLS SCORING: Allison Sembach 2-0-6, Courtney Hankins 1-0-2, Bree Hutson 1-1-3,Libby Barrecca 2-1-5, Madison Haidet 1-0-2, Alyssa Dangerfield 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 8, 2-7: 20.

CRESTVIEW SCORING: Mara Halas 3-2-8, Haley Eskra 0-2-2, Payton Huff 1-1-3, Shianna Mathes 0-0-0, Tanner Hoffer 4-1-9, Addison Bandy 0-0-0, Krista Perry 1-2-4, Stephanie Dickey 0-2-2. TEAM TOTALS: 9, 10-14: 28.

Three-point goals: Newton Falls (Sembach).

West Branch 67, Alliance 9

BELOIT — Eleven players scored for West Branch in a 67-9 victory over winless Alliance on Saturday.

The Warriors opened up a 35-2 halftime lead and limited the Aviators to two field goals in the contest.

Peyton Alazaus led the way with 15 points. Grace Heath added 13 points, Emma Egli nine and Jessica Bock eight.

West Branch improves to 9-2 overall and 5-0 in the Eastern Buckeye Conference. Alliance drops to 0-11 and 0-5 EBC.

In junior varsity action, GlenOak downed West Branch, 48-45.

West Branch will host Youngstown Ursuline on Wednesday.

ALLIANCE: 2- 0- 3- 4– 9

W. BRANCH: 20-15-13-19–67

ALLIANCE SCORING: R. Thomas 1-3-5, Brookes 0-2-2, Mandy 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 2, 5-6: 9.

WEST BRANCH SCORING: Emma Egli 4-1-9, Carly Scarpitti 1-3-5, Grace Heath 5-1-13, Bella Laut 1-0-2, Sammie Tuel 0-1-1, Riley Tuel 2-1-5, Anna Lippiatt 2-0-5, Jillian Pidgeon 1-0-2, Peyton Alazaus 5-1-15, Jessica Bock 3-2-8, Donazia Bradley 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 25, 10-16: 67.

Three-point goals: West Branch 7 (Alazaus 4, Heath 2, Lippiatt).

Beaver Local 54, Brooke 42

CALCUTTA — Jenna Riccardo recorded a triple-double with 21 points, 20 rebounds and 11 blocks as Beaver Local shut down Brooke 54-42 on Saturday.

Madison Cline added 14 points and four boards for the Beavers, 5-5.

Madison Ours and Riley Britt had four assists each.

Beaver Local is at Indian Creek on Monday.

Beaver Local won the jayvee portion, 35-26. Emma Roberts and Leah Riccardo had 10 points each.

BROOKE: 10-14-11-7–42

BEAVER: 10-20-8-16–54

BROOKE SCORING: Hope Bowman 5-7-17, Chloe Sox 3-0-6, Chrissy Byers 2-3-7, Natalie Ryan 1-0-2, Lydia Buchmelter 2-0-4, Emilee Knorr 2-0-4, Madison Platt 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 16, 10-20: 42.

BEAVER LOCAL SCORING: Riley Britt 2-1-6, Sydnie Holden 1-0-3, Chansyn Hoppel 1-0-2, Madison Ours 1-0-2, Brooke Briggs 1-0-2, Elizabeth Kolkowski 2-0-4, Madison Cline 6-2-14, Jenna Riccardo 7-7-21, Emma Roberts 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 21, 11-19: 54.

Three-point goals: Beaver 1 (Britt).

Western Reserve 54, Rootstown 42

ROOTSTOWN — Western Reserve placed three players in double figures to beat Rootstown, 54-42, Saturday.

Kennedy Miller hit four three-pointers in the first half and finished with a game-high 15 points. Alyssa Serensky totaled 13 points and 11 assists and Laura Sigworth 11 points and seven rebounds. Dani Vuletich contributed 11 rebounds and six blocks.

Miller’s shooting helped the Blue Devils take a 35-19 halftime lead.

Western Reserve improves to 11-1 on the season.

Shea Stefancik led Rootstown with nine points.

The Blue Devils will host Sebring on Monday.

Western Reserve also won the junior varsity game, 39-35. Jenna Heater and Morgan Donithan each scored 11 points for the Blue Devils.

W. RESERVE: 19-16-11- 8–54

ROOTSTOWN: 12- 7-11-12–42

WESTERN RESERVE SCORING: Brooke Morris 1-0-2, Maddy Owen 0-0-0, Laura Sigworth 2-7-11, Kennedy Miller 4-3-15, Olivia Pater 0-4-4, Erica DeZee 1-0-2, Dani Vuletich 1-5-7, Alyssa Serensky 5-3-13. TEAM TOTALS: 14, 22-33: 54.

ROOTSTOWN SCORING: Karlie Duvall 1-0-2, Alyssa Reingale 0-0-0, Kyale Schopepe 0-2-2, Savannah Stefanik 2-0-4, Nicole Bobbs 1-0-2, Jenna Atkinson 0-0-0, Erica Moore 4-0-8, Sarah Caruso 3-1-7, Natalie Siglow 0-0-0, Shae Steancik 4-1-9, Kasidy Smith 2-4-8. TEAM TOTALS: 17, 8-16; 42.

Three-point goals: Western Reserve 4 (Miller 4).

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