Second-half rally lifts Eagles

United Local's Parker Hydrick (4) releases a three-pointer during Tuesday’s game. (Salem News/Patti Schaeffer)

CALCUTTA–The United boys basketball team rallied back from a 16-point halftime deficit to down Beaver Local 60-56 on Tuesday.

Landon Baker and Parker Hydrick each scored 21 points to lead the Eagles. Baker grabbed 12 rebounds, while Brutus Ogilvie dished out five assists.

The Eagles trailed 32-16 after two quarters.

Logan Reed scored 14 points to lead the Beavers. Luke Chetock added 10 points.

United won the jv game 69-37. Nate Miller led the Eagles with 18 points.

UNITED: 6-10-24-20–60

BEAVER: 13-19-11-13–56

UNITED SCORING: Nick Rhodes 1-0-3, Keaton Baker 1-0-2, Parker Hydrick 8-4-21, Ethan Antram 0-0-0, Brutus Ogilvie 2-2-6, Anthony DiBaggio 1-0-2, Landon Baker 7-7-21, Alex Birtalan 1-2-5. TEAM TOTALS: 21, 13-23: 60.

BEAVER SCORING: Nathan Barber 2-0-4, Luke Chetock 3-4-10, Tate Joseph 3-1-8, Josh Hilditch 4-0-9, Logan Reed 6-0-14, Jaden Kiddey 3-1-9, Grant Hall 2-0-4, Ryan Cunningham 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 23, 6-11: 56.

Three-point goals: United 3 (Birtalan, Hydrick, Rhodes), Beaver Local 6 (Kiddey 2, Reed 2, Hilditch, Joseph).

Mathews 95,

Leetonia 58

VIENNA — Mathews ran wild on Leetonia with a 95-58 win on Tuesday night in out-of-conference play.

Leetonia is 2-17 and hosts East Palestine on Saturday.

Waterloo 53,

Sebring 31

SEBRING — Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference leading Waterloo made short work of Sebring with a 53-31 win on Tuesday.

Gabe Lanzer had 14 points and seven boards for the Trojans, 10-8, 5-8.

Waterloo is 14-3, 11-2.

Sebring is at Mineral Ridge on Friday.

The Vikings won the jayvee game, 45-33.

WATERLOO: 10-10-17-16–53

SEBRING: 7-4-10-10–31

WATERLOO SCORING: Kyle Shockley 6-0-14, Caleb Francis 5-0-10, Max Adelman 2-0-4, Vaughn Dorsey 5-0-11, Joe Ward 6-1-14. TEAM TOTALS: 24, 1-2: 53.

SEBRING SCORING: Jake Hunter 0-2-2, Joey Clark 2-0-5, Matt Byrd 0-0-0, Zane Peterson 3-2-8, Gabe Lanzer 6-0-14, Trent Ritchey 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 12, 4-8: 31.

Three-point goals: Waterloo 4 (Sockley 2, Dorsey, Ward), Sebring 3 (Lanzer 2, Clark).

McDonald 86,

W. Reserve 57

MCDONALD — Zach Rasile’s assault from behind the arc continued as he netted 41 points in McDonald’s 86-57 win over Western Reserve on Tuesday.

Rasile recently set the Ohio high school record for three-pointers in a career.

Caleb Quinn had 17 points for Reserve, 4-14, 2-10.

W. RESERVE: 6-17-17-17–57

MCDONALD: 25-24-21-16–86

W. RESERVE SCORING:Riley Miller 3-2-11, Todd Henning 3-2-10, Ryan Gordon 1-2-4, Preston Reed 1-1-3, Caleb Quinn 7-3-17, Noah Klasic 3-4-10. TEAM TOTALS: 19, 14-16: 57.

MCDONALD SCORING: Zach Rasile 13-6-41, Parker Higgins 0-0-0, Josh Celli 3-0-6, Cam Tucker 5-0-10, Dominic Cavkido 2-1-5, Ryan Scala 3-0-6, Logan Hawk 1-0-2, Jake Portolese 7-0-15, Tanner Matig 0-1-1. TEAM TOTALS: 34, 8-15: 86.

Three-point goals: Western Reserve 5 (Miller 3, Henning 2) McDonald 10 (Rasile 9, Portolese).

South Range 67, Struthers 48

STRUTHERS — Chris Brooks had 18 points and South Range put the pressure on Struthers in a 67-48 win on Tuesday night at the Struthers Fieldhouse.

The Raiders are 14-6 and 8-4 in the Northeast 8.

Jaxon Anderson and Dante Digaetano had 12 points each for the Raiders.

South Range won the jayvee game, 42-30.

South Range is at Niles on Friday.

S. RANGE: 19-13-13-22–67

STRUTHERS: 7-13-13-15–48

S. RANGE SCORING: Jaxon Anderson 5-2-12, Ben Irons 2-3-9, Chris Brooks 7-4-18, Nick Matos 2-1-6, Dante Digaetano 3-6-12, Chris Brown 1-2-4, Sam Brooks 0-0-0, Brandon Mikos 2-0-6. TEAM TOTALS: 23, 18-30: 67.

STRUTHERS SCORING: Tyrese Hawkins 0-1-1, Kevin Traylor 8-1-22, Jared Raczko 2-2-7, Carson Ryan 5-2-12, Anthony Smith 1-0-3, Trey Metzka 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 17, 6-10: 48.

Three-point goals: South Range 5 (Irons 2, Matos, Mikos 2), Struthers 7 (Traylor 5, Raczko, Smith).

East Palestine 75, Heartland 63

COLUMBIANA — Hours after he announced he would be continuing his football career as a preferred walk-on at Bowling Green State University, Parker Sherry had a game to remember on the basketball floor.

Sherry had 21 points as the Bulldogs topped Heartland 75-63 on Tuesday.

John Bertovich added 13 points, while Steve Darlington and Dom Posey had 11 and 10 points respectively.

East Palestine is 5-12.

Joey Donofrio had 17 points for the Lions, 4-13.

E. PALESTINE: 14-26-16-19–75

HEARTLAND: 18-14-15-16–63

E. PALESTINE SCORING: Cooper Vance 1-2-4, Dom Posey 3-4-10, Steve Darlington 4-3-11, Parker Sherry 6-9-21, John Bertovich 4-4-13, Dom Lohr 0-1-1, Abel Figley 6-1-15. TEAM TOTALS: 24, 24-38: 75.

HEARTLAND SCORING: Cade Roth 2-7-13, Joey Donofrio 8-1-17, Beckett Richards 5-1-16, Ronnie Matthews 4-1-10, Steven Baker 3-1-7. TEAM TOTALS: 22, 11-17: 63.

Three-point goals: East Palestine 3 (Figley 2, Bertovich), Heartland 8 (Richards 5, Roth 2, Matthews).

Lowellville 57,

Springfield 48

LOWELLVILLE — Matt Hvisdak had 28 points as Lowellville powered past Springfield 57-48 on Tuesday in Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference play.

The Rockets (13-5, 9-4) had a 31-20 lead at the half.

Drew Clark had 14 points for the Tigers, 14-4, 10-3.

Clay Medvec and Beau Brungard had 12 points each for the Tigers.

SPRINGFIELD: 10-10-11-17–48

LOWELLVILLE: 14-17-17-9–57

SPRINGFIELD SCORING: Evan Ohlin 1-3-5, Clay Medvec 4-1-12, Drew Clark 5-1-14, Shane Eynon 0-5-5, Beau Brungard 5-0-12, Garrett Stallsmith 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 15, 10-16: 48.

LOWELLVILLE SCORING: Micah Mamula-Zarlingo 4-1-10, Matt Hvisdak 10-6-28, Jake Rotz 2-0-4, Cole Bunofsky 6-0-15, Dylan Durkin 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 22, 7-15: 57.

Three-point goals: Springfield 8 (Medvec 3, Clark 3, Brungard 2), Lowellville 6 (Bunofsky 3, Hvisdak 2, Zarlingo).

Brookfield 67, Crestview 40

COLUMBIANA — Drake Golden had 14 points and eight rebounds but it wasn’t enough as Brookfield dropped Crestview 67-40 on Tuesday in All-American Conference play.

Crestview is at Newton Falls on Friday.

BROOKFIELD: 11-19-22-15–67

CRESTVIEW: 7-8-12-13–40

BROOKFIELD SCORING: Filipovich 2-4-9, Reichart 7-1-15, Emery 3-1-7, Shinglebacker 1-0-3, Sydlowski 0-2-2, Stevens 7-1-18, Gibson 4-5-13. TEAM TOTALS: 24, 14-20: 67.

CRESTVIEW SCORING: Brandon Yanssens 2-0-5, Tony Perorazio 0-0-0, Drake Golden 7-0-14, Keith Berger 0-1-1, Mickey McEwen 0-0-0, Hayden Buday 0-0-0, Cody Cope 0-1-1, Dom Wycoff 1-0-3, Jude Riffle 2-1-7, Jack Yerkey 2-0-4, Connor Hughes 1-0-2, Anthony Cusick 1-0-3. TEAM TOTALS: 16, 3-14: 40

Three-point goals: Brookfield 5 (Stevens 3, Shinglebacker, Filipovich), Crestview 5 (Riffle 2, Cusick, Wycoff, Yanssens).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Crestview 70,

Brookfield 44

COLUMBIANA–The Crestview girls basketball team took down Brookfield 70-44 on Tuesday.

The Rebels improve to 13-5 overall and 6-5 in the All-American Conference Blue Tier. Brookfield falls to 12-7.

The Rebels were powered by a big night from Tanner Hoffer, who finished with 18 points and 19 rebounds.

Krista Perry canned four threes on her way to 20 points, three assists and two blocks. Mara Halas added 13 points, four assists and three steals.

Crestview won the two-quarter jv game 31-15. Emily Hill had eight points for the Rebels.

Crestview hosts Campbell today.

BROOKFIELD: 2-16-20-6–44

CRESTVIEW: 17-12-18-22–70

BROOKFIELD SCORING: Marlaina Marek 1-0-2, Audrey Reardon 2-1-6, Chloe Willrich 4-1-9, Becca Litz 6-4-16, Bailey Drapola 4-3-11. TEAM TOTALS: 17, 9-22: 44.

CRESTVIEW SCORING: Mara Halas 5-1-13, Haley Eskra 3-0-9, Payton Huff 4-0-8, Shianna Mathes 0-0-0, Tanner Hoffer 8-2-18, Addison Bandy 0-0-0, Krista Perry 7-2-20, Stephanie Dickey 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 28, 5-9: 70.

Three-point goals: Brookfield 1 (Reardon), Crestview 9 (Perry 4, Eskra 3, Halas 2)