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Kennedy Catholic's Kyle Randall shoots a jumper during a recent game against West Middlesex. Randall fired in 48 points on Tuesday night against Cardinal Mooney in Youngstown.

Herald Staff reports



BOYS BASKETBALL

ä Kennedy Catholic 77, Cardinal Mooney 71 (OT) — At Youngstown, KC senior Kyle Randall rifled in 48 points to set a single-game school record as the Golden Eagles improved to 20-2 while Mooney fell to 8-9.

Randall also dished out 5 assists while Phil Kaikis drained 4 treys en route to 14 points for the Golden Eagles. Aundra Jones grabbed 11 rebounds.

Chuck Gruber (17), Eddie Reese (12) and John Stoops (11) scored in double digits for Cardinal Mooney.

KC has a 1st-round bye in the District 10 playoffs. They face the winner of Friday’s Cochranton-Rocky Grove game.

ä LaBrae 50, Brookfield 48 — At LaBrae, Matt Mulligan launched a 3-pointer with 5 seconds to go, but just missed as the Vikings held on for a 2-point All-American Conference Blue Tier win over the Warriors (2-7, 4-14).

LaBrae opened the game on a 12-0 run and led 17-8 after the 1st quarter and 31-21 at halftime. Brookfield battled back and led 39-35 after 3 but were outscored 15-9 in the 4th frame.

Anthony Uberti fired in a game-high 20 points, which included 4 treys, for Brookfield. Mike Morris bucketed 17 to lead LaBrae.

Brookfield has 2 regular season games to go — at Newton Falls on Friday and at Liberty on Tuesday.

After that, they face LaBrae for the 3rd time this season in the Howland Sectional at 6:30 p.m. on March 5 at Howland High School.

LaBrae beat Brookfield 51-47 in the two teams’ first meeting on Jan. 30.

SWIMMING

Hickory High Hornets competed in their last meet of the season with both girls and boys, battling injuries, losing to Franklin — boys, 85-55, and girls, 93-77.

The girls 200-free relay set a school record with a time of 1:49.91. Team members are Marlee Hartenstein, Stacia Orock, Marie McBride and Nikita Wright.

Orock, a junior, set a team record in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:26.51, besting the old mark set by Christina Woods (2:27.75) set in 2005.

The boys ended their season with a record of 6-9, while the girls closed at 9-6.



BOXES

BOYS BASKETBALL

KENNEDY 7 20 17 17 16 77

C. MOONEY 18 2 18 23 10 71

KENNEDY CATHOLIC — Kaikis 4-2-14, Randall 12-22-48, Penn 1-3-5, Klaric 1-2-4, Farmartino 2-0-4, Jones 1-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Kaikis 4, Randall 2. Totals: 21-29-36-77.

CARDINAL MOONEY — Martino 4-0-8, Reese 3-5-12, D’Alesio 2-2-6, Gruber 6-5-17, Stoops 3-5-11, Chahine 1-2-5, Schuster 2-2-6, DePizzo 1-0-2, Thomas 1-0-2, Griffin 0-2-2. 3-pt. goals: Reese 1, Chahine 1. Totals: 23-23-30 71.

JV: Cardinal Mooney, 54-41.

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BROOKFIELD 8 13 18 9 48

LaBRAE 17 14 4 15 50

BROOKFIELD — Derr 1-0-0-3, Mulligan 1-0-0-3, Pascale 2-0-0-4, Hunkus 2-0-2-5, Shugarts 3-1-2-9, Uberti 7-2-2-20, Latimer 1-2-2-4. 3-pt. goals: Uberti 4, Shugarts 2, Derr 1, Mulligan 1, Hunkus 1. Totals: 17-5-8-48.

LaBRAE — Szorady 1-1-2-4, Morris 5-4-4-17, C. Hill 1-0-0-3, Keeney 0-0-0-0, Watkins 1-0-0-2, Ozanich 1-0-0-2, Collins 1-0-0-2, Truss 2-1-3-6, E. Hill 2-1-2-5, Woodyard 4-1-2-9. 3-pt. goals: Morris 3, Szorady 1, C. Hill 1, Truss 1. Totals: 18-8-13-50.

JV: LaBrae, 58-27.

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