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January 23, 2014

Roundup: Hornets beat Sharon in 5-AAA clash

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- — BOYS BASKETBALL

HICKORY    14    16    10    22    62

SHARON    6    11    13    13    43


HICKORY — Anthony Cannone 7-2-2-19, Green 5-3-3-13, Conley 3-4-4-10, Pryts 4-2-2-10, Tantuo 3-0-0-6, Rhoades 1-0-0-2, Mastrian 0-0-0-0, Ross Passalinqua 0-0-0-0, Nick Cannone 1-0-1-2, Mitchell Passalinqua 0-0-0-0, DeJulia 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: A.Cannone 3. Totals: 24-11-12-62.

SHARON — Magestro 2-0-0-4, Seay 4-6-8-15, Stovall 2-3-3-7, Hopson 2-2-2-7, Johnson 2-0-0-4, Phillips 1-2-2-5, Howell 0-1-2-1, Kirk 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Seay 1, Hopson 1, Phillips 1. Totals: 13-14-17-43.

JV — Sharon, 63-55 (OT). Drew Magestro 12, Marquez Phillips 11, Brian Johnson 10 points for Sharon; Anthony Nardone 18, Ryan Laverty 10 for Hickory.

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COCHRANTON    22    12    12    7    53

GEORGE JUNIOR    18    10    19    20    67


COCHRANTON — Herzberger 4-1-2-12, Dickson 4-1-2-11, Adams 5-1-2-12, Vanderhoof 4-0-2-8, Wigton 5-0-0-10. 3-pt. goals: Herzberger 3, Dickson 2, Adams 1. Totals: 22-3-8-53.

GEORGE JUNIOR REPUBLIC — Pearson 9-0-4-24, Oliver 4-0-0-8, Baker 3-2-3-8, Holloway 3-0-0-6, Gibson 8-4-9-21. 3-pt. goals: Pearson 6, Gibson 1. Totals: 27-6-16-67.

JV — GJR, 72-37. Quadir McNeil 14, Tamair Holloway 13, Raheam Kelley 12, Dan Hogg 10 for GJR.

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LINCOLN PARK    20    35    20    7    82

KENNEDY    9    9    6    2    26


LINCOLN PARK — Kellem 6-3-3-15, Skovranko 3-3-5-9, Rowan 11-6-6-31, Minnie 5-3-4-13, Pipkin 3-0-2-6, Cummings 2-4-6-8. 3-pt. goals: Rowan 3. Totals: 30-19-26-82.

KENNEDY CATHOLIC — Campbell 1-0-0-3, Zachar 4-1-2-9, N. Cianci 2-0-0-4, Hurton 1-0-0-3, Perrico 1-0-0-2, Crow 1-0-0-2, Lima 1-0-0-3. 3-pt. goals: Campbell 1, Hurton 1, Lima 1. Totals: 11-1-2-26.

JV — KC, 35-33.

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WILMINGTON    10    15    10    27    62

SHENANGO    20    17    13    13    63


WILMINGTON — Bloise 0-0-0-0, Hilliard 5-3-4-13, Fagan 4-4-8-14, T. Brumbaugh 3-2-2-8, Smith 4-1-2-9, DeMedal 6-0-0-15, Nichols 1-0-0-3, Peoples 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: DeMedal 3, Fagan 2, Nichols 1. Totals: 23 10-16 62.

SHENANGO — Ferrari 3-6-7-14, McMillen 2-0-2-4, Smith 3-4-6-10, Booher 8-0-0-22, O’Hara 1-1-2-3, Micco 5-0-2-10, Fiorilli 0-0-1-0, Turco 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Booher 6, Nichols 1. Totals: 22-11-20-63.

JV — Shenango, 44-34. Marc Peoples 14 for Wilmington.

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GROVE CITY 10      11    10    21     6  9  67

FRANKLIN    12  14    13     13 6 18 76


GROVE CITY — Torok 1-1-2-3, Polkabla 1-0-0-2, Reznor 3-0-3-6,  Marnich 5-3-3-13, Turner 12-5-7-35, Cline 0-0-0-0, Marlowe 0-0-0-0, Yarletts 0-0-2-0, Record 2-0-0-6, Barger 1-0-2-2. 3-pt. goals: Turner 6, Record 2. Totals: 25-9-19-67.

FRANKLIN — Ritchey 4-4-4-15, Rutherford 3-10-14-17, Maxon 3-6-6-15, Guth 3-1-2-7, Drain 3-8-10-14, Russell 3-0-0-6, Cardy 0-0-0-0, Smith 0-0-0-0, Spaid 0-0-0-0, Hoffman 0-2-2-2. 3-pt. goals: Ritchey 3, Maxon 3, Rutherford 1. Totals: 19-31-38-76.

JV — No score reported.

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VISIONQUEST    20    11    19    16    66

COMM. PERRY    15    9    8    24    56


VISIONQUEST — Brown 2-0-3-4, Foster 9-0-4-18, D. Robinson 2-2-2-6, J. Robinson 9-3-4-27, Williams 0-0-2-0, Dark 3-2-3-8, Akers 1-1-2-3, Willis 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: J. Robinson 6. Totals: 26-8-20-66.

COMMODORE PERRY — Beachy 2-1-1-5, Small 5-0-1-11, Britton 6-0-0-12, Stringert 1-0-0-3, McCracken 5-0-0-12, Kiser 1-2-2-4, Jewel 3-3-4-9. 3-pt. goals: McCracken 2, Small 1, Stringert 1. Totals: 23-6-8-56.

JV — No score reported.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

FARRELL    11    6    6    21    44

LAUREL    24    16    17    11    68


FARRELL — Smith 2-0-0-4, Oatis 1-0-4-2, Avery 1-0-0-2, Chambers 2-0-0-4, Gambill 7-2-2-20, Sharper 3-0-2-6, Murray 0-0-0-0, Barber 0-0-0-0, Evans 1-0-2-2, Wade 2-0-0-4. 3-pt. goals: Gambill 4. Totals: 19-2-10-44.

LAUREL — Baker 4-0-0-8, Conrad 6-1-5-13, B. Dicks 2-2-4-6, Shaffer 9-3-5-21, Deinert 3-0-0-7, K. Dicks 3-1-4-8, LaFrance 0-0-0-0, Wade 0-1-2-1, Miles 0-0-0-0, Reeher 2-0-0-4, M. Bell 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Deinert 1, K. Dicks 1. Totals: 29-8-20-68.

JV — Farrell, 47-42. Diana Pontius 18 for Laurel.

WRESTLNG

REYNOLDS 63, FRANKLIN 9


160 — Kegan Miller (R) pinned Tyler Carey, 3:26; 170 — Dakota Geer (F) dec. Mike Millero, 3-1; 182 — Austin Moffett (R) pinned Nathan Miller, 2:32; 195 — Jake Stoyer (R) dec. Jeffrey craig, 4-3; 220 — Cole Rickert (R) forfeit; 285 — Gene Ringer (R) pinned Mike McCool, 1:33; 106 — Gage Bayless (R) tech. fall Brad Simmons, 15-0 (0:00); 113 — Caleb Jolley (F) forfeit; 120 — Chaise Hauck (R) pinned Keign Kadylak, 1:57; 126 — Mike Bartolo (R) pinned Dreux Harper, 2:28; 132 — Joel Leise (R) major dec. Zach Sharrer, 9-1; 138 — Alex DiGregorio (R) dec. Hunter Cook 6-0; 145 — Levi Stoyer (R) pinned Tyler Emrick, 3:05; 152 — Mason McCollum (R) pinned Derek Steetle, 3:32

JV: No score reported.

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SHARON 39, GROVE CITY 28


113 — Marcus Hopson (S) maj. dec. Bryce Martin; 120 — D.J. Templeton (S) pinned Jacob Powell, 4:54; 126 — Austin Alfreno (S) maj. dec. Alex Brochetti, 21-8; 132 — Luke Walter (GC) dec. Andrew Campbell, 4-0; 138 — Troy Hejazi (S) dec. Dalton Meals, 7-2; 145 — Jared Sample (GC) maj. dec. Jason Clark, 12-3; 152 — Nick McClimans (S) dec. Cordell Sanders, 7-1; 160 — Cory Buchanan (S) pinned Billy Hockenberry, :24; 170 — Kenny Bable (GC) dec. Giovanni Volpe, 11-7; 182 — Beau Dignall (S) pinned Zion Scriven, 4:18; 195 — Bryce Laughlin (S) pinned Austin Birchbickler, 1:27; 220 — Jared Record (GC) pinned Tom Flanders, 1:31; 285 — Morgan Kordes (GC) forfeit; 106 — Cory Bable (GC) forfeit. JV: No match.

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LAKEVIEW 51, S. ROCK 15


220 — Andrew Clayton (L) forfeit; 285 — Adam Clayton (L) forfeit; 106 — Derick Uber (L) forfeit; 113 — Owen Clayton (L) pinned Kyle Stephenson, 2:32; 120 — Kage Ibbs (L) forfeit; 126 — Alicen Gahagan (L) forfeit; 132 — Dylan McConnell (L) pinned Adam Johnson, 0:55; 138 — Matt Androsick (SR) dec. Cody Persch, 4-0; 145 — Skyler Curry (L) pinned James Scarborough, 3:21; 152 — double forfeit; 160 — double forfeit; 170 — Dalton Hilliard (SR) pinned Solomon Daugherty, 1:47; 182 — Shane Slater (SR) pinned Trent Legal, 2:16; 195 — Marquis Spence (L) dec. Zane Wolf, 9-4.

JV: Slippery Rock, 12-6.

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GREENVILLE 66, MERCER 6


145 — Derek Watt (G) pinned Sam Garner, 4:49; 152 — Jacob Rickert (G) dec. Eli Rutter, 3-2; 160 — Gage Gladysz (G) forfeit; 170 — Zachary Miller (G) dec. Chase Bagnall, 6-0; 182 — Justin Reynolds (G) forfeit; 195 — James Wilkerson (G) dec. Jonathan Hennegan, 3-0; 220 — Randall Peabody (G) pinned Colton Smith, 3:33; 285 — Brian Phillips (M) pinned Mason Horne, 4:17; 106 — Michael Lineman (G) forfeit; 113 — Jase Paxton (G) forfeit; 120 — Brandon Moss (G) pinned Ben Shaffer, 5:44; 126 — Joe Safner (G) dec. Chris Micsky, 7-1; 132 — Blake Reynolds (G) pinned Trevor Fowler, 0:49; 138 — Gavin Wilkerson (G) pinned Eric Gawne, 1:27.

JV: No score reported.

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C. SPRINGS 42, JAMESTOWN 35


106 — Jake Kuhn (CS) pinned Hunter Goodlin, 3:09; 113 — Michael Mosconi (CS) forfeit; 120 — Clayton Shirey (J) pinned Zachary Walker, 2:46; 126 — Farris Messai (J) pinned David Schwab, 4:45; 132 — Austin Humes (CS) forfeit; 138 — Jacob Reaugh (J) pinned Donald Reichard, 1:02; 145 — Devin Randall (J) tech. fall Archie Loop, 15-0; 152 — Zachary Krein (CS) pinned Tim Bruce, 1:06; 160 — Hunter Cox (CS) pinned Trey Lamont, 2:00; 170 — Colton Noble (CS) pinned Nathan Blattner, :49; 182 — Deven Simpson (CS) dec. William Shappee, 5-4; 195 — Mohamed Messai (J) pinned Zach Stafford, 5:33; 220 — Ryan East (CS) dec. Jason Shappee, 2-0; 285 — Trenton Wargo (J) forfeit. JV: No score reported.

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HICKORY 37, NORTHWESTERN 33


152 — Isaac Merritt (NW) pinned Jacione Cromarti, 5:20; 160 — Sebastian Rinehardt (NW) forfeit; 170 — John Sims (H) forfeit; 182 — Kyle Panko (NW) pinned Robbie Thomas, 1:00; 195 — Ethan Collins (H) forfeit; 220 — Brad Garman (H) forfeit; 285 — Clay Markovich (NW) pinned Connor Bettua, 3:10; 106 — Dominic Vadala (H) major dec. Nathan Regelmann, 14-2; 113 — Justin Walter (H) pinned Douglas Kreider, 2:45; 120 — Matt Wheeler (NW) pinned Dylan Fox, 1:40; 126 — Austin Howard (NW) dec. Mason Dean, 5-2; 132 — Stanford Dessaw (H) dec. Ethan Mitchell, 9-4; 138 — Kyle Boyd (H) dec. Gregory Vandervort, 6-2; 145 — Noah Bianco (H) dec. Shayne Vorse, 6-4. JV: No score reported.

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