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Clippers march to 10th win

WELLSVILLE — Kayla Muslovski had 27 points and seven steals, while Grace Witmer had 12 points and nine rebounds as Columbiana knocked off Wellsville 77-28 on Thursday in Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference play.

Columbiana is 10-3 and 8-0 in the league. The Clippers lead by three games with four league contests to play.

Wellsville was led by Cameron Carlevale’s 18 points, five blocks, six rebounds and four steals.

Columbiana hosts Jackson-Milton on Monday. Wellsville is at United on Tuesday.

COLUMBIANA:33-20-10-14–77

WELLSVILLE: 2-8-14-4–28

COLUMBIANA SCORING: Madison Burbick 1-0-3, Tori Long 3-0-6, Karissa Tringehse 1-2-4, Kayla Muslovski 12-1-27, Grace Hammond 5-0-11, Kamile Zentner 4-0-8, Grace Witmer 5-0-12, Jemma Himes 0-0-0, Tomi Ross 0-0-0, Madison Moser 3-0-6, Addison Zohnd 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 34, 3-6: 77.

WELLSVILLE SCORING: Iliyah Barnes 1-0-2, Hunter Weekley 1-2-4, Shautea Browning 1-0-2, Leah Vinton 0-0-0, Camryn Jackson 1-0-2, Cameron Carelvale 6-5-18. TEAM TOTALS: 10, 7-10: 28.

Three-point goals: Columbiana 6 (Witmer 2, Muslovski 2, Burbick, Hammond), Wellsville 1 (Carlevale).

United 57,

Southern 25

HANOVERTON — Celeste Hofmeister had 18 points to lead United to a 57-25 win over Southern Local on Thursday in Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference play.

United is 8-7 and 5-3 in the EOAC.

Bailey Boosz had 10 points for the Eagles as well.

United limited Southern to five points in the first half.

Ronni Mayfield had seven points to lead the Indians.

United won the jayvee game, 47-11 with Michaela Shasteen scoring 19 points.

United is at Wellsville on Tuesday for a boy-girl doubleheader.

SOUTHERN: 5-0-10-10–25

UNITED: 13-19-7-18–57

SOUTHERN SCORING: Erin Boyle 1-0-2, Kya McCulley 1-1-3, Jessica Lafferty 0-0-0, Alexia Phillis 0-0-0, Lindsay Ingledue 2-0-6, Elizabeth Mostella 0-0-0, Makayla Crow 2-0-5, Ronni Mayfield 2-3-7, Taylor Cunningham 0-2-2. TEAM TOTALS: 8, 6-11: 25.

UNITED SCORING: Madison Kibler 0-0-0, Michaela Shasteen 0-0-0, Morgan Hovorka 0-0-0, Colby Burton 1-0-2, Kyleigh Daggy 0-1-1, Celeste Powers 4-0-8, Bailey Boosz 2-5-10, Morgan Briceland 1-2-4, Destiny Hill 1-0-2, Taylor Cope 2-2-6, Savannah Burton 0-2-2, Celeste Hofmeister 9-0-18, Grace Johnston 1-0-2, Harley Salmen 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 22, 12-14: 57.

Three-point goals: Southern 3 (Mayfield 2, Crow), United 1 (Boosz).

W. Reserve 88,

Sebring 20

SEBRING — Dani Vuletich had 22 points and 11 rebounds as Western Reserve topped Sebring 88-20 on Thursday in Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference play.

Western Reserve is 12-2 and 8-1 in the MVAC. The Devils play Napoleon at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday at the Classic in the Country.

Brooke Schantz added 16 points. Olivia Pater had 12 points, five rebounds and four steals. Kennedy Miller had seven assists.

Aebi D’ostroph had nine points for Sebring.

W. RESERVE: 29-21-16-22–88

SEBRING: 6-6-6-2–20

W. RESERVE SCORING: Brooke Morris 3-0-6, Madison Leone 2-0-5, Alyssa Herro 1-1-3, Laura Sigworth 3-1-9, Olivia Pater 5-2-12, Brooke Schantz 5-3-16, Dani Vuletich 11-0-22, Kennedy Miller 3-0-7, Olivia Altiere 0-0-0, Alyssa Serensky 4-0-8. TEAM TOTALS: 37, 7-12: 88.

SEBRING SCORING: Devyn Reggi 1-0-2, Hannah Cross 0-0-0, Delaney Reggi 0-0-0, Aebi D’Ostrpoh 4-0-9, Emma Whaley 1-3-5, Alexis Byrd 0-0-0, Bella Meir 2-0-4. TEAM TOTALS: 8, 3-6: 20.

Three-point goals: Western Reserve 7 (Schantz 3, Sigworth 2, Miller, Leone), Sebring 1 (D’Ostroph).

South Range 51, Lakeview 22

GREENFORD — South Range didn’t give up more than eight points in any quarter and beat Lakeview, 51-22, in Northeast 8 action Thursday.

The Raiders opened up a 14-2 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.

Izzy Lamparty led the way with a game-high 20 points, while Lexi Giles added 13.

South Range will play at Hubbard next Thursday.

LAKEVIEW: 2- 8- 4- 8–22

S. RANGE: 14-16-9-12–51

LAKEVIEW SCORING: Meg Zetterquist 1-0-2, Christine Innocenzi 3-0-6, Tiffany Bartholomew 0-0-0, AllisonAugustine 1-1-3, Maggie Pavlansky 1-2-4, Melanie Wolf 0-0-0, Mara Crish 1-0-3, Gianna Caruso 1-0-2, Gianna Travaglio 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 9, 3-7: 22.

SOUTH RANGE SCORING: Izzy Lamparty 8-4-20, Gabby Lamparty 3-0-7, Bree Kohler 1-2-4, Mallory Vidman 0-1-1, Lexi Giles 4-2-13, Emily Irons 0-0-0, Hannah Heikkinen 0-1-1, Julia Gregory 1-0-3, Emma Cunningham 0-0-0, Taylor McClish 1-0-2, Hannah Crouse 0-0-0, Hailey Lewis 0-0-0, Kelly Szolek 0-0-0, Sophia Lowry 0-0-0, Abby Hagan 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 18, 10-17: 51.

Three-point goals: Lakeview 1 (Crish), South Range 5 (Giles 3, G. Lamparty, Gregory).

East Palestine 58, Leetonia 38

EAST PALESTINE — Joclyn Fristik scored 22 points and had a three-pointer in every quarter as East Palestine downed Leetonia, 58-38, in Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference play Thursday.

Morgan Rutledge added 16 points, six coming in the first quarter to help give the Bulldogs a 15-4 lead.

Paige Snyder added eight points and eight rebounds and Payton Sherry collected 10 rebounds and seven assists.

Anna Buffone topped the Bears with 13 points.

Leetonia won the junior varsity game, 12-10.

Both teams play Thursday with East Palestine visitng Southern and Leetonia hosting Lisbon.

LEETONIA: 4-13-11-10–38

E. PALESTINE: 15-13-17-13–58

LEETONIA SCORING: Anna Buffone 5-3-13, Taran Ferry 2-2-7, Samantha Schneider 0-0-0, Haleigh Brock 0-2-2, Allison Francosky 6-0-12, Ella Gregorino 1-2-4, Megan Rosko 0-0-0, Madelyn Steiskal 0-0-0, McKendra Cole 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 14, 9-14: 38.

EAST PALESTINE SCORING: Payton Sherry 3-0-6, Paige Snyder 4-0-8, Kenzee Johnston 2-0-4, Joclyn Fristik 7-4-22, Morgan Rutledge 7-2-16, Bailey Davis 0-2-2, Patience Champney 0-0-0, Mayzen Chamberlain 0-0-0, Caitlyn McTrusty 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 23, 8-10: 58.

Three-point goals: Leetonia 1 (Ferry), East Palestine 4 (Fristik 4).

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