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Sherry slices through Beaver Local

EAST PALESTINE — East Palestine bounced back from a 12-point halftime deficit to beat Beaver Local 45-42 on Friday night.

Parker Sherry once again had the hot hand for the Bulldogs as he scored 15 points to lead the winners, 6-12.

Dom Posey added 11 points for the Bulldogs.

Luke Chetock had 13 points for the Beavers, while Logan Reed chipped in 11 points.

Beaver Local is 6-13 and hosts Linsly Tuesday.

East Palestine is at Leetonia today.

Beaver won the jayvee portion 45-43. Dante Ditri had 11 points for the Beavers.

BEAVER: 15-10-6-11–42

E. PALESTINE: 9-4-13-19–45

BEAVER LOCAL SCORING: Nathan Barber 1-6-8, Luke Chetock 6-0-13, Tate Joseph 2-0-4, Logan Reed 4-1-11, Jaden Kiddey 3-0-6, Grant Hall 0-0-0, Jacob Braham 0-0-0, Ryan Cunningham 0-0-0, Ethan Stephenson 0-0-0, Skylar Pappas 0-0-0, Ethan Agnew 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 16, 7-9: 42.

E. PALESTINE SCORING: Cooper Vance 0-0-0, Dom Posey 3-5-11, Steve Darlington 1-5-7, Parker Sherry 6-2-15, John Bertovich 3-2-8, Dalton Vance 0-0-0, Brandon Turcola 1-0-2, Dom Fertch 0-0-0, Sean Helpy 1-0-2, Abel Figley 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 15, 14-16: 45.

Three-point goals: Beaver Local 3 (Reed 2, Chetock), East Palestine 1 (Sherry)

Mineral Ridge 79,

Sebring 77

MINERAL RIDGE — Mineral Ridge secured a 79-77 win over Sebring on Friday in Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference play.

Gabe Lanzer led the Sebring (10-10, 5-9) attack with 24 points and seven boards.

Sebring senior Joey Clark broke the Trojan single-season three-pointer record with four made threes. He now has 71 on the season which tops Sebring Athletic Hall of Famer Joe James’ total of 68 set in 2005. Clark also holds the school single game mark with nine and career record (146).

Mineral Ridge is 13-8 and 7-7.

The Rams won the jayvee game, 58-56.

Sebring is at Leetonia on Tuesday.

SEBRING: 15-17-19-26–77

M. RIDGE: 18-15-21-25–79

SEBRING SCORING: Jake Hunter 4-2-10, Joey Clark 4-5-17, Matt Byrd 3-0-8, Zane Peterson 7-1-16, Gabe Lanzer 8-2-24, Trent Richey 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 27, 10-16: 77.

M. RIDGE SCORING: Jordan Zupko 5-3-14, Koby Zupko 7-0-14, Austin Governor 4-0-9, Joe Rozzi 9-2-22, Maurice Clark 4-0-12, Triston Weiss 3-0-8. TEAM TOTALS: 32, 5-7: 79.

Three-point goals: Sebring 13 (Lanzer 6, Clark 4, Byrd 2, Peterson), Mineral Ridge 10 (Clark 4, Rozzi 2, J. Zupko, Weiss 2, Governor).

Newton Falls 78, Crestview 31

NEWTON FALLS — It was another tough time on the road in the All-American Conference for the Crestview boys basketball team.

Newton Falls ran away with a 78-31 win on Friday as the Rebels fell early.

Drake Golden had 15 points for the Rebels, 2-14.

Crestview hosts Campbell on Tuesday.

CRESTVIEW: 5-10-11-5–31

N. FALLS: 21-17-21-19–78

CRESTVIEW SCORING: Brandon Yanssens 1-4-6, Tony Perorazio 1-0-2, Drake Golden 4-7-15, Keith Berger 0-0-0, Mickey McEwen 0-0-0, Hayden Buday 0-0-0, Cope 1-0-3, Jude Riffle 0-1-1, Jack Yerkey 1-0-3, Connor Hughes 0-1-1, Anthony Cusick 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 8, 13-22: 31.

NEWTON FALLS SCORING: Kline 4-2-11, Honeycutt 5-0-15, Marquette 2-3-7, Rarczak 1-1-3, Dicky 0-1-1, 3-0-9, Friend 6-2-14, Honeycutt 7-2-18. TEAM TOTALS: 28, 11-17: 78.

Three-point goals: Crestview 2 (Cope, Yerkey), Newton Falls 11 (Honeycutt 5, King 3, Honeycutt 2, Kline).

Alliance 55,

West Branch 44

ALLIANCE — Alliance clinched at least a share of the first Eastern Buckeye Conference title with a 55-44 win over West Branch on Friday.

The Aviators, who have won three league titles in four years, are 11-8 overall and 8-3 in the EBC, one game ahead of Marlington with one league game to play.

West Branch is 12-6 and 7-5 in EBC play.

In junior varsity action, Alliance won 75-66 in overtime.

The Warriors will host Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas on Tuesday.

United 66,

Wellsville 53

WELLSVILLE — Landon Baker had 25 points and 15 rebounds and Parker Hydrick added 22 points as United downed Wellsville, 66-53, in Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference play Friday.

United improves to 10-9 overall and 7-7 in league play. Wellsville drops to 11-8 and 8-6 EOAC.

The Eagles trailed 28-27 at halftime before taking a 45-43 lead after three quarters. United closed it out with a 21-10 fourth-quarter run.

Baker had nine points in the fourth quarter, shooting 7-of-8 from the foul line. He finished 15-of-19 from the line.

Wellsville hung around despite missing starters Darien Suggs and Connor Ramsey due to injuries.

Justin Wright topped the Tigers with 18 points. Derrick Suggs had 14 points and seven rebounds, Eli Dieringer added 10 points and Luke Green dished out four assists.

The was no junior varsity game.

Wellsville will visit Wheeling Central on Tuesday, while United visits West Branch on Friday.

UNITED: 19- 8-18-21–66

WELLSVILLE: 11-17-15-10–53

UNITED SCORING: Nick Rhodes 0-0-0, Keaton Baker 3-1-9, Parker Hydrick 10-2-22, Anthony DiBaggio 0-2-2, Landon Baker 5-15-25, Ethan Antram 0-0-0, Alex Birtalan 2-2-8. TEAM TOTALS: 19, 22-31: 66.

WELLSVILLE SCORING: Luke Green 3-0-7, Garrett Scott 2-0-4, Eli Dieringer 3-1-10, Derrick Suggs 5-3-14, Justin Wright 7-2-18, Justin Thirtyacre 0-0-0, Levi Boley 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 20, 6-11: 53.

Three-point goals: United 3 (K. Baker 2, Birtalan), Wellsville 7 (Dieringer 3, Wright 2, Green, Suggs).

South Range 69,

Niles 47

NILES — South Range jumped out to a 12-point lead in the first quarter on the way past Niles, 69-47, Friday.

The Raiders improve to 14-6 on the season.

Chris Brooks led the way with game-high 24 points, followed by Jaxon Anderson with 16 and Dante Digaetano with 12.

Anderson scored eight points in the first quarter and Brooks added seven to give South Range a 23-11 lead at the end of the first quarter.

The Raiders also won the junior varsity game, 56-37.

South Range will host Girard on Tuesday.

S. RANGE: 23-11-20-15–69

NILES: 11-11-13-12–47

SOUTH RANGE SCORING: Jaxon Anderson 7-2-16, Ben Irons 1-0-2, Chris Brooks 7-9-24, Nick Matos 2-0-5, Dane Digaetano 5-2-12, Chris Brown 1-2-4, Sam Brooks 0-0-0, Brandon Mikos 2-0-5, Eli Taylor 0-0-0, Nate Brown 0-0-0, Matt Lucas 0-1-1, Isaac Allegretto 0-0-0, Kris Scandy 0-0-0, Nikita Missos 0-0-0, Nolan Shannon 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 25, 16-20: 69.

NILES SCORING: T. Johnson 1-0-2, D. Foster 1-0-2, J.R. Ciland 2-0-5, C.K. Johnson 4-1-11, V. Cheffro 1-0-3, R. Savin 2-1-6, Z. Leonard 0-0-0, L. Laver 0-0-0, A. Fryer 1-0-2, C. Foy 3-1-8, J. Carsen 3-1-7, C. Dudziher 0-1-1, J. Eakim 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 18, 5-12: 47.

Three-point goals: South Range 3 (C. Brooks, Matos, Mikos), Niles 5 (Johnson 2, Ciland, Cheffro, Savin).

Southern 70,

Heartland 45

SALINEVILLE — Southern Local put 11 player sin the scoring column as the Indians beat Heartland Christian, 70-45, Friday.

Southern improves to 12-6 on the season.

Nick May led the charge with a game-high 17 points, four rebounds, three assists and two blocks.

Cam Grodhaus added 14 points, five rebounds and five assists; Max Hart nine points and four rebounds; Brock Smalley four rebounds and four assists; Jacob Roush four rebounds and three steals; Tyler Roush three rebounds; and Bradly Sloan three steals.

Ronnie Matthews topped Heartland with 14 points.

Southern also won the junior varsity game, 52-29. Timmy West led the Indians with 11 points and Nick Utt 10.

The Indians will play at Beaver Local on Monday.

HEARTLAND: 5-14-10-16–45

SOUTHERN: 17-20-18-15–70

HEARTLAND SCORING: Devin Sirota 0-1-1, Cade Roth 2-0-4, Joey Donorio 7-0-14, Fernando Meyer 0-0-0, Hayden Stewart 1-0-3, Beckett Richards 2-3-7, Ronnie Matthews 5-4-14, Steven Baker 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 18, 8-18: 45.

SOUTHERN SCORING: Brock Smalley 1-0-2, Cam Grodhaus 6-1-14, Josh Pratt 1-0-2, Max Hart 4-0-9, Nick May 8-0-17, Mark Soukup 0-0-0, Nick Utt 0-0-0, Bradly Sloan 2-0-4, Jayce Sloan 1-1-3, Jacob Roush 3-1-7, Tyler Roush 2-0-5, Tanner Patterson 0-0-0, Brady Tolson 2-1-5, James Burris 0-0-0, Sam May 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 31, 4-13: 70.

Three-point goals: Heartland 1 (Stewart), Southern 4 (Grodhaus, Hart, May, T. Roush).

Western Reserve 43,

J. Milton 31

NORTH JACKSON — Noah Klasic had 16 points as Western Reserve clipped Jackson-Milton 43-31 on Friday night.

Western Reserve is 5-14 and 3-10 in the Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference, while Jackson-Milton is 2-17 and 0-14 in the MVAC.

Jackson Milton won the jayvee portion 37-35. Nate Sahli had 10 points for the winners.

W. RESERVE: 8-10-10-15–43

J. MILTON: 4-5-10-12–31

W. RESERVE SCORING: Riley Miller 2-2-6, Todd Henning 2-3-7, Jake Moore 1-2-5, Preston Reed 1-1-3, Caleb Quinn 2-2-6, Noah Klasic 6-4-16. TEAM TOTALS: 14, 14-18: 43.

J MILTON: 3-0-7, Mason Robison 2-1-5, Dave Vega 0-1-1, Bryce Davis 1-0-2, Nick McGinnis 1-9-12, A.J. Bouch 2-0-4. TEAM TOTALS: 11, 11-16: 31.

Three-point goals: Western Reserve 1 (Moore), Jackson-Milton 2 (McGinnis, Grope)

GIRLS

M. Ridge 60,

Sebring 24

MINERAL RIDGE — Mineral Ridge stopped Sebring 60-24 on Friday in a girls basketball encounter.

Sebring was led by Kyleisha Jays’ nine points.

Sebring hosts Alliance on Monday.

SEBRING: 0-12-8-4–24

M. RIDGE: 12-16-21-11–60

SEBRING SCORING: Kyleisha Jays 3-0-9, Bella Meir 1-0-2, Emma Whaley 2-0-4, Aebi D’Ostroph 1-0-2, Bryanne Luca 1-0-2, Devyn Reggi 2-1-5. TEAM TOTALS: 10, 1-8: 24.

MINERAL RIDGE SCORING: Candice Miller 1-0-2, Rosie Nolder 3-0-7, Lizzy Panic 1-0-2, Morgan Sigley 5-0-10, Fran Kessner 10-4-24, Alexa Harkins 7-1-15. TEAM TOTALS: 27, 5-10: 60.

Three-point goals: Sebring 3 (Jays), Mineral Ridge 1 (Nolder).

Springfield 47,

Waterloo 36

ATWATER — Makenzy Capouellez had 19 points and was six of six from the free throw line in the fourth quarter as Springfield bested Waterloo 47-36 on Friday.

The game was a part of a boy-girl doubleheader.

Kylee Kosek added 10 points for the Tigers.

SPRINGFIELD: 10-7-16-14–47

WATERLOO: 14-4-2-16–36

SPRINGFIELD SCORING: Marlie Applegarth 2-0-6, Makenzy Capouellez 5-6-19, Ellie Centofanti 4-0-8, Kylee Kosek 4-1-10, Marian Johnson 1-2-4. TEAM TOTALS: 16, 9-13: 47.

WATERLOO SCORING: H. Kachner 4-6-15, A. Carpenter 1-0-2, L. Hood 3-0-8, B. Waldeck 3-3-11, M. Duncan 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 11, 9-14: 36.

Three-point goals: Springfield 6 (Capouellez 3, Applegarth 2, Kosek), Waterloo 5 (Waldeck 2, Hood 2, Kachner).

Lordstown 38,

Heartland 35

LORDSTOWN — Eight Lordstown girls scored in leading the Red Devils past Heartland Christian, 38-35, Friday.

Alexis Weekley and Kaylnn Higginbottom each scored eight points for Lordstown.

Sydney Ogden led Heartland with a game-high 21 points, 13 coming in the second half.

Heartland will play at East Palestine today.

HEARTLAND: 16-0-11-8–35

LORDSTOWN: 22-0- 9-7–38

HEARTLAND SCORING: Hannah Rossi 0-0-0, Madi Mathews 1-2-4, Jeanna Morgan 1-2-4, Sydney Ogden 9-1-21, Sarah Adkins 0-0-0, Julia Reynolds 3-0-6, Jorden Webb 0-0-0, Ambra Creighton 0-0-0, Rachel Wittenmyer 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 14, 5-15: 35.

LORDSTOWN SCORING: Cady Lickwor 1-0-2, Jessica Wilk 1-1-4, Alexis Weekley 4-0-8, Ava Spano 1-1-3, Kaylynn Higginbottom 3-0-8, Kellee Applegate 2-1-6, Julia Durig 2-0-5, Lexi Phillips 0-0-0, Emily Knox 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 15, 3-11: 38.

Three-point goals: Hearltand 2 (Ogden 2), Lordstown 5 (Higginbotto 2, Wilk, Applegate, Durig

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