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Saturday’s high school basketball

West Branch 50, Louisville 48 OT

NORTH CANTON — The West Branch girls let a nine-point lead slip away in the fourth quarter, but regrouped for a 50-48 win over Louisville in overtime Saturday.

Peyton Alazaus led the Warriors with 19 points and seven rebounds. Seven other Warriors scored, including Jessica Bock with eight points, Sammie Tuel seven and Hannah Ridgway six.

Cole led the Leopards with 20 points.

West Branch improves to 1-1, while Louisville drops to 2-1.

Louisville won the junior varsity game, 45-38.

W. BRANCH: 8-15-11- 8-8–50

LOUISVILLE: 8- 9- 8-17-6–48

WEST BRANCH SCORING: Carly Scarpitti 1-1-3, Bella Laut 1-0-2, Sammie Tuel 3-1-7, Hannah Ridgway 3-0-6, Sydney Mercer 0-1-1, Anna Lippiatt 2-0-4, Peyton Alazaus 6-4-19, Jessica Bock 4-0-8. TEAM TOTALS: 20, 7-14: 50.

LOUISVILLE SCORING: Dyer 1-1-3, Mullet 4-3-13, Adelman 2-1-5, Cole 7-6-20, Gibson 0-0-0, Loy 2-3-7. TEAM TOTALS: 16, 13-24: 48.

Three-point goals: West Branch 3 (Alazaus 3), Louisville 3 (Mullet 2, Dyer).

South Range 58, Shaw 23

HOWLAND — South Range scored 21 points in the first quarter to beat Shaw, 58-23, in the Tori Ross Spirit Foundation Tournament on Saturday.

Izzy Lamparty led the Raiders with a game-high 18 points and seven rebounds. Lexi Giles and Gabby Lamparty each had 10 points.

Giles and Izzy Lamparty each scored six points and Hannah Heikkinen five in the first quarter to give the Raiders a 21-2 lead.

South Range will play at Lakeview Thursday.

SHAW: 2-10- 5- 6–23

S. RANGE: 21-12-15-10–58

SHAW SCORING: M. Brown 0-0-0, C. Washington 4-1-11, S. Moore 2-0-4, A. Clark 0-2-2, L. Hart 3-0-6. L. Lynn 0-0-0, M. Jackson 0-0-0, S. Fisher 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 9, 3-11: 23.

SOUTH RANGE SCORING: Izzy Lamparty7-4-18, Gabby Lamparty 3-3-10, Bree Kohler 0-0-0, Mallory Vidman 1-0-2, Lexi Giles 4-0-10, Julia Gregory 2-0-4, Emily Irons 1-0-3, Hannah Crouse 1-0-2, Emma Cunningham 0-0-0, Hailey Lewis 0-0-0, Hannah Heikkinen 0-1-1, Anderson Shope 0-0-0, Taylor McClish 0-0-0, Kelly Szolek 1-0-2, Sophia Lowery 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 23, 8-10: 58.

Three-point goals: Shaw 2 (Washington 2), South Range 4 (Giles 2, G. Lamparty, Irons).

Minerva 65, Crestview 45

COLUMBIANA –Minerva’s two returning lettermen, Mitchelle Greer and Noah Sallade, combined for 28 points in leading Minerva past Crestview in the Lions’ season opener Saturday night.

Greer scored six of his game-high 16 points during the Lions 15-3 run to open the game. Sallade added 13 points and Owen Swogger 12.

Anthony Cusick guided Crestview with 10 points. Brandon Yanssens added nint points and four rebounds and Kirkland Miller had seven points, four assists and four rebounds.

Crestview (0-2) will host Southern Local on Friday. Minerva (1-0) will play at Dover on Tuesday and at Salem on Friday.

Minerva also won the junior varsity game, 34-25.

MINERVA: 15-18-16-14–65

CRESTVIEW: 3-16-14-12–45

MINERVA SCORING: Owen Swogger 4-1-12, Koby Kinsey 1-0-3, Noah Sallade 5-2-13, Brayden Costea 4-2-10, Mitchell Greer 7-2-16, Connor Shingleton 1-1-3, Steve Place 0-0-0, Cole Maley 1-2-4, Shea Common 1-0-3, Alex Apisa 0-1-1, Chance Martineau 0-0-0, Kole Mayle 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 24, 11-18: 65.

CRESTVIEW SCORING: Brandon Yanssens 3-3-9, Kirkland Miller 3-1-7, Drake Golden 1-1-3, Tony Perorazio 2-0-5, Anthony Cusick 4-0-10, Dom Wycoff 1-4-7, Conner Hughes 1-2-4. TEAM TOTALS: 15, 11-19: 45.

Three-point goals: Minerva 6 (), Crestview 4 (Cusick 2, Perorazio, Wycoff).

Lisbon Tip-Off Classic

LISBON — McDonald senior Zach Rasile has made more three-pointers than any Ohio boys basketball in state history.

He added eight more Saturday as he scored 40 points in leading McDonald past Valley Christian, 80-51, in the fourth annual Lisbon Tip-Off Classic championship game.

Rasile, who had 37 points against Heartland on Friday, scored 16 points in the first quarter and hit five three-pointers in the third quarter on Saturday.

Jake Portolese contributed 28 points to the winning effort.

In the consolation game, Heartland outscored host Lisbon 19-9 in the fourth quarter to rally for a 53-50 win.

Steven Baker and Ronnie Mathews each scored 14 points to lead Heartland. Cade Roth added nine points.

Ryan McCullough topped Lisbon with 16 points and Blayne Brownfield had 13 points. Adam Spencer grabbed six rebounds and Nic Mundy made two steals.

Lisbon will play at East Canton on Tuesday.

In junior varsity action, Valley defeated Lisbon 42-35. Raquan Bill had 15 points for Valley. Hunter Sturgeon led Lisbon with 17 points.

Championship Game

VALLEY: 13-15-15- 8–51

MCDONALD: 20-21-23-16–80

VALLEY CHRISTIAN SCORING: Lohron Brown 7-5-19, Tyrone Lindsey 0-0-0, Jaloni Harris 0-2-2, Scott Hornbuckle 3-2-9, Mark Revere 4-0-11, Sekou Stanley 2-3-8, Andrew Jones 0-0-0, Brandon Paige 1-0-2, Dorian Chandler-Cox 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 17, 12-14: 51.

MCDONALD SCORING: Zach Rasile 15-2-40, Jake Portolese 12-3-28, Ziad Aziz 2-0-4, Parker Higgins 0-0-0, Eli Street 2-0-5, Dominic Carkido 1-0-3, Matthew Porter 0-0-0, Michael Porter 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 32, 5-6: 80

Three-point goals: Valley 5 (Revere 3, Hornbuckle, Stanley), McDonald 11 (Rasile 8, Portolese, Street, Carkido).

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Consolation Game

HEARTLAND: 15-11-8-19–53

LISBON: 13-18-10-9–50

HEARTLAND CHRISTIAN SCORING: Devin Sirota 0-0-0, Cade Roth 4-0-9, Joey Donofrio 1-3-5, Frernando Meyer 0-0-0, Becket Richards 1-3-6, Ronnie Mathews 5-4-14, Steven Baker 4-4-14, Noah Pennington 0-0-0, Stephen Barnes 2-0-5, Nate Garzanich 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 17, 14-25: 53.

LISBON SCORING: Nic Mundy 1-2-4, Michael Davis 0-0-0, Ryan McCullough 7-0-16, Blayne Brownfield 4-3-13, Joey Fisher 0-2-2, Adam Spencer 3-0-6, Kaden Crawford 1-2-4, Gaige Rohm 2-0-5. TEAM TOTALS: 18-56, 9-12: 50.

Three-point goals: Heartland 5 (Baker 2, Roth, Richards, Barnes), Lisbon 5-20 (McCullough 2, Brownfield 2, Rohm).

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