Farrell banner

Farrell’s new state championship football banner hangs in the rafters at E.J. McCluskey Gymnasium during Tuesday's Region 2 clash between the Steelers and Wilmington. The banner was unveiled at halftime of the JV contest on Tuesday.

FARRELL – Bobby Stewart savored the significance of shared success.

On a night in which his nephew, Farrell High football coach Jarrett Samuels and his Steelers celebrated their state championship, Stewart’s Steelers responded in kind. Farrell forged its first District 10 region basketball championship in 4 years with a 56-47 win over Wilmington.

“I was assistant coach back in 2015 when we won it, but it’s sweeter now, bein’ the head coach,” a smiling Stewart summarized.

Reyonte Hammonds had 17 points and Kyi Wright went for 16-point, 9-rebound, 4-assist line for Farrell (10-0 Region 2, 15-3 overall). Also for Farrell, Eric Hopson handed out a handful of assists while contributing 9 points and Ben King collected a game-high 11 caroms.

The Steelers stand 7th in one statewide poll.

At E.J. McCluskey Gymnasium, already flush with unfurled Farrell state championship banners, Samuels’ squad secured its legacy. And back in December while awaiting many of those athletes to finish with football and head to the hardwood, Stewart said it would be sweet if the school could crown cage AND gridiron champions.

Tuesday night, reflecting back to the season’s outset Stewart said, “Well, I thought we were just as good as anyone else. We were playin’ with a little chip on our shoulders. Our name was never mentioned. We were the ‘Rodney Dangerfield’ of Region 2. I just hope (the Steelers) continue to play with that chip on their shoulder, play everybody as hard as they can on an individual basis, and we’ll see where we land up ahead.”

While it was a wire-to-win win – 15-10 at the quarter, 24-16 by the break, and 38-35 through 3 periods – it was far from flawless for Farrell.

With 4:22 remaining in the 3rd period the Steelers surged to a 36-19 edge, coercing Greyhounds’ Head Coach Mike Jeckavitch to hail a timeout. However the ‘Hounds had dwindled their deficit to a single possession (43-40) with 5:40 remaining on Robert Pontius’ trey. And even after the Steelers somewhat re-asserted themselves, Tage Kelliher connected on a mid-range jumper from the lane, drawing Wilmington within 50-44 with 2:36 left.

“We put ourselves in a position to come back in the game ... I thought the game of ‘runs’ was on our side,” Jeckavitch related. “We just fell a little short, missin’ easy layups and foul shots. 

“Hopefully, we get a chance to see ‘em again in the district. I’m excited for that opportunity,” Jeckavitch added.

“We talk all the time about the game of basketball bein’ a game of ‘runs’ (and) how do you stop those ‘runs.’ We were able to get some key rebounds and some foul-shooting,” Stewart summarized.

Farrell finished just 11-for-20 from the free-throw line; however Hopson hit a pair with 44.7 seconds to play, staking the Steelers to a 55-47 lead. Hammonds, Wright and Elijah Harper had freebies, also.

Kelliher connected for a game-high 20 points for Wilmington (7-3, 11-7), but the ‘Hounds hit on only 18 of 49 floor shots (36.7 percent) and 8 of 17 freebies. Wilmington was just 4 for 11 from the field and 3 for 7 from the line during the decisive final frame.

And for Farrell, it was feast or famine. Stewart assessed, “That happens with us at times. We start doin’ some things out of context, we start tryin’ to make plays, not takin’ what the defense gives us. When things like that occur, you let (opposing) teams back in the ball game, and then it’s over.”

King connected for only 2 treys, but Stewart said, “He’s a shooter, and I want him to always remember that he can put it in at any time and continue to gain confidence. ... I knew, eventually, that he was gonna hit a shot down the line (Tuesday) night for us.”

Farrell and Wilmington’s football programs shared the statewide stage back in December. Many of those same athletes on Tuesday were in the hallowed arena, home of 7 hardwood crowns. In addition to Wright and Harper, Farrell’s Kobe and Brian Hilton and Carlos Daniels, as well as Wilmington’s Kelliher, Pontius, Cam Marett, Colton Richards, Jacob Yohman, Danny Hanssen, Caelen Bender and Shane Cox shared the double-double distinction.

“We didn’t play Farrell (in basketball) the last couple years, but I know they have a lot of football players; we have a lot of football players,” Jeckavitch noted. “I think that kind’ve gritty, grinding kind of game spills over onto the basketball floor. Two great programs with great athletes and great kids. I’m hopin’ we get that opportunity to get ‘em in the playoffs again. I know our kids would relish that opportunity.”

“Fantastic!” a smiling Stewart said of the school’s 2018-19 football-basketball success. “Not too many times that things like that occur. We’re gonna relish the moment.” 

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In other action:

BOYS BASKETBALL

• Sharon 85, George Junior Republic 28 – At Tiger Gymnasium, Coach Zach Sarver’s Sharon High Tigers (12-2, 16-4), which are ranked 9th in the state in Class 3A, rolled past GJR (2-12, 4-14) in the Region 5 contest.

Sharon’s Ethan Porterfield rifled in 29 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for a double-double, Camren Atallah fired in a season-high 20 points, Josh Torr had 10 points and dished out 10 assists and Frank Shaffer added 10 points and 6 assists.

Mason Beiland paced GJR with 12 points and Bryan Peachlum added 6 points.

• Hickory 87, Franklin 50 – At Franklin, the Hornets (14-1, 19-1) stormed “The Castle” in routing the Knights (6-8, 9-11) in the Region 5 clash.

Hickory, which is ranked No. 7 in the state in Class 4A, led 18-8 at the end of the opening quarter and 42-20 at halftime en route to the win.

Donald Whitehead had 18 points and 6 assists for Hickory, Peyton Mele bucketed 18, Isaiah Jarzab contributed 14 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists and Rocco Iacino added 11 points.

Tyus Wood led Franklin with a game-high 20 points and Ian Haynes added 8 markers.

• Greenville 64, Conneaut Area 41 – At Greenville, Coach Scott Taylor’s Trojans improved to 5-9 in Region 5 and 6-13 overall with the win over CASH (4-11, 7-13).

The game was tied 13-all after 8 minutes, but Greenville pulled away in the 2nd quarter by outscoring CASH 22-5.

Ben Cano fired in 20 points to lead Greenville, Ronnie Mutinelli scored a dozen points, Ryan Wallace bucketed 10 and Braden Uber added 8 markers.

Tanner Niemann led Conneaut Area with 12 points, Kyle Sheets had 11 and Cole Askey finished with 8 points.

• Grove City 55, Slippery Rock 30 – At Slippery Rock, the Eagles (11-3, 13-7) led 19-2 at the end of the 1st quarter en route to the Region 5 win over the Rockets (1-13, 2-17).

Logan Lutz scored 10 points for Grove City, Caden Mattocks had 8 and Michael Brooks added 7 points.

Ethan Plesakov, Judah Roth and Zack Thompson all had 6 points for Slippery Rock.

• West Middlesex 73, Mercer 30 – At West Middlesex, Coach Chad Mild’s Big Reds (7-3, 13-5) jumped out to an 18-9 lead after 8 minutes of play and were up 31-17 at halftime en route to the Region 2 victory over the Mustangs (0-11, 0-18).

Casey Mild rifled in 26 points to lead WM, Kaz Hoffman drained 6 treys en route to 22 points, Ricky Ladjevich scored 11 and Jake Bowen bucketed 10 points.

Brian Shevitz led the way for Mercer with 14 points and Dan Scheidhauer contributed 8 markers.

• Lakeview 77, Rocky Grove 42 – At Stoneboro, Gavin Boggs rifled in 30 points as the Sailors (7-3, 13-6) routed the Orioles (2-9, 5-15) in the Region 2 encounter.

Lakeview led 16-7 after 8 minutes of action and 33-20 at the break. The Sailors outscored RG 23-6 in the 3rd quarter and 21-16 in the 4th frame.

Brett Beith added 14 points for Lakeview.

Gabe Francic led Rocky Grove with 15 points and Eli Dickson bucketed 14.

• Kennedy Catholic 92, Meadville 67 – At Hermitage, the Bulldogs drained a pair of treys to lead 6-0 early on, but KC caught fire and rifled in 33 points in the 1st quarter and went on to rout Meadville in the Region 7 matchup.

KC, which is ranked No. 2 in the state in Class 6A, led 33-13 after the opening quarter on Senior Night and 56-22 at the break.

Oscar Tshiebwe led KC (6-0, 16-3) with 28 points, Maceo Austin scored 26, Ike Herster had 25 points and Mattia Acunzo added 10.

Lashon Lindsey (23 points), Shane McElhinny (15 on 5 treys) and Keeon Lindsey (12) scored in double digits for Meadville (2-4, 15-5).

• Sharpsville 59, Reynolds 45 – At Transfer, the visiting Blue Devils dealt Reynolds the inter-region loss. Sharpsville secured a 45-31 edge through 3 quarters.

Brayden Fry and Noah Flaherty fired in 17 points apiece for Sharpsville (13-7). 

Aiden Mull mustered a game- and career-high 18 markers for Reynolds (8-11), but was the Raiders’ lone double-figure scorer.

Reynolds’ Shyne Sims scored 7, increasing his career total to 980, according to Herald archives.

• Saegertown 69, Jamestown 63 – At Saegertown, the Muskies of Coach Scot Vannoy fell to 10-9 with the 6-point non-region loss to the Panthers (9-10).

Max Fuller led Saegertown with 22 points, Eli Draa scored 21 and Logan Ingram bucketed 9.

Austin Smith paced Jamestown with 20 points, Dawson Urbansky scored 18, Darian Keyser added 10 points and Elliot Steadman contributed 8 markers.

• Brookfield 67, Crestview 39 – In the nightcap of a girls/boys doubleheader at Crestview, Coach Shawn Hammond’s Warriors (4-6, 8-9) rolled to the All-American Conference Blue Tier Division win.

Conner Stevens led Brookfield with 18 points, Brady Reichart scored 15 and pulled down 8 rebounds, Haden Gibson bucketed 13 and Connor Filipovich added 9 points.

For Crestview (0-10, 2-15), Drake Golden had 14 points.

GIRLS HOOPS

• Crestview 69, Brookfield 44 – At Columbiana, the Lady Warriors (6-5, 12-7) fell behind 17-2 after one quarter of play and went on to drop the All-American Conference Blue Tier Division contest.

Krista Perry (20 points), Tanner Hoffer (18), Mara Halas (13) and Haley Eskra (10) all scored in double digits for the Lady Rebels of Crestview (7-5, 14-5).

Rebecca Litz led Brookfield with 16 points and Bailey Drapola bucketed 11.

WRESTLING

• Pine-Richland 43, Hickory 27 – At “The Hive” in Hermitage, the District 7 Rams defeated the Hornets.

Zach Esswein (132) and Miguel Jackson (285) notched falls for Pine-Richland.

Nathan Lukez (145) and Luke Levendusky (160) also captured wins for the Rams on Tuesday night.

For Hickory, Carter Gill and Caleb Benton had pins at 126 and 182, respectively, and Trever Lightner won by decision at 195 pounds.

• Cochranton 53, Sharon 25 – At Cochranton, Coach Dave Ciafre’s Region 1 Tigers suffered a loss to the Region 3 Cardinals.

Shane Peterson (120), Willis Morrell (126), Stedsen Boozer (145), Louden Gledhill (160) and Dalton Boozer (220) posted pins for Cochranton.

Also for the Cards, Brendan Ace won by technical fall at 132 pounds.

For Sharon, Aidan Buck and Jordan Wilson won by fall at 182 and 285 pounds, respectively. At 152 pounds, Sully Allen won by decision and Luke Gaston won by major decision at 170.

• Tuesday’s Franklin at Grove City and Union City at Mercer matches were not reported to The Herald by deadline on Tuesday night.

GIRLS BOWLING

• Brookfield 1846, Crestview 1205 – Emilee Bebech rolled a 357 series (158-199) and Kelsie Hamilton bowled 271 (134-137) to lead the Lady Warriors to the win. Brookfield improved to 5-1 in the All-American Conference Blue Tier Division.

Hannah Hepner led Crestview with a 236 series (137-99).

BOYS BOWLING

• Brookfield 1902, Crestview 1880 – Shawn Hitt (156-161–317) and D.J. Kiskadden (167-133–300) led Brookfield as they rallied to win the match by a scant 22 pins.

Jamie Hoffer led Crestview with a 336 series.

JV: Brookfield, 1295-1140. Cory Parke (271) and A.J. Haywood (244) led the Warriors. 

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

WILMINGTON     10  6  19  12  47

FARRELL          15  9  14  18  56

WILMINGTON – Kelliher 9-4-9-20, Pontius 3-0-1-7, Richards 0-2-4-2, Marett 2-0-0-5, Hanssen 4-0-0-9, Yohman 1-2-3-4, Cox 0-0-0-0, Bender 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Marett 1, Hanssen 1, Pontius 1. Totals: 18-8-17-47.

FARRELL – Hopson 3-3-4-9, Wright 7-2-5-16, K.Hilton 1-0-0-2, King 2-0-0-6, Hammonds 6-4-7-17, B.Hilton 1-1-2-3, Daniels 0-0-0-0, Harper 1-1-2-3. 3-pt. goals: King 2, Hammonds 1. Totals: 21-11-20-56.

JV: Wilmington, 47-45 (OT). Junior McConahy 12 points, Shane Cox 10, Mason Reed game-winning shot with 2.3 seconds left; Andrae Jackson 12, Omar Stewart 11 for Farrell.

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GEO. JUNIOR    9   13   4    2   28

SHARON         17  25  29  14  85

GEORGE JUNIOR REPUBLIC – Ross 1-0-0-2, Devore 1-1-2-4, Baez 0-0-0-0, Ellington 1-0-0-2, Portillo 1-0-0-2, Peachlum 3-0-0-6, Beiland 5-0-0-12. 3-pt. goals: Beiland 2, Devore 1. Totals: 12-1-2-28. 

SHARON – Johnson 0-0-0-0, Callaway 0-0-0-0, Atallah 9-0-0-20, Peterson 1-0-0-2, Williams 0-0-0-0, Hill 1-0-0-3, Gardlock 1-0-0-3, Smith-Austin 1-0-0-2, Salsgiver 0-0-0-0, Jo. Torr 5-0-0-10, Porterfield 11-2-2-29, Shaffer 5-0-0-10, Coxson 1-2-2-4, Weese 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Porterfield 5, Atallah 2, Hill 1, Gardlock 1. Totals: 38-4-4-85.

JV: No game.

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HICKORY        18  24  29  16  87

FRANKLIN        8  12  17  13  50

HICKORY – Cannone 1-0-0-3, Whitehead 7-2-2-18, Knott 0-0-0-0, Trontel 0-0-0-0, Phillips 1-5-6-7, Iacino 4-3-4-11, Filardi 2-0-0-6, Mele 7-0-0-18, Jarvie 4-0-0-8, Evans 0-0-0-0, Boal 0-0-0-0, Jarzab 6-1-1-14, Harris 0-0-0-0, Pryts 1-0-0-2, Beatty 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Mele 4, Whitehead 2, Filardi 2, Cannone 1, Jarzab 1. Totals: 33-11-13-87.

FRANKLIN – Smith 1-0-0-2, Buckley 3-0-1-6, Wood 7-3-4-20, Keely 3-0-0-6, Fulmer 0-1-2-1, Haynes 4-0-0-8, Adams 2-1-2-7, Walters 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Wood 3, Adams 2. Totals: 20-5-9-50.

JV: No score reported.

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CONN. AREA   13   5   11  12  41

GREENVILLE    13  22  19  10  64

CONNEAUT AREA – Niemann 4-4-6-12, Sheets 3-5-7-11, Boyce 1-0-0-2, Gabel 0-0-1-0, Ordos 2-1-1-5, Richardson 0-0-0-0, Strait 0-0-0-0, Askey 3-1-3-8, Kroniser 1-1-2-3. 3-pt. goal: Askey 1. Totals: 14-12-20-41.

GREENVILLE – Ritzert 2-0-0-4, Paxton 0-0-0-0, Lentz 2-0-0-4, Cano 9-1-4-20, Wallace 5-0-0-10, Uber 2-2-2-8, Sorg 3-0-0-6, Mutinelli 6-0-0-12, Reed 0-0-0-0, Kincaid 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Uber 2, Cano 1. Totals: 29-3-6-64.

JV: No game.

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GROVE CITY     19  11  14  11  55

SLIPPERY ROCK  2  9    6   13  30

GROVE CITY – Miller 1-0-0-2, Brooks 3-0-0-7, Callahan 2-0-0-4, Dudt 0-1-2-1, Cintron 7-0-0-18, Hostetler 0-2-2-2, Mattocks 3-0-0-8, Lutz 2-6-7-10, Loughry 1-0-2-3. 3-pt. goals: Cintron 4, Mattocks 2, Brooks 1, Loughry 1. Totals: 19-9-13-55.

SLIPPERY ROCK – Semelbauer 1-0-0-2, Roth 3-0-0-6, Plesakov 3-0-0-6, Allen 2-0-0-4, Thompson 1-4-6-6, McCoy 1-0-0-2, Croll 1-2-2-4. Totals: 12-6-8-30.

JV: Grove City, 35-27. Danny Timko 13, Troy Loughry 12 for GC.

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MERCER           9    8   6    7   30

W.MIDDLESEX   18  13  17  25  73

MERCER – Shevitz 6-0-0-14, Turton 0-0-0-0, Previty 0-0-0-0, Scheidhauer 3-1-2-8, Gault 1-0-0-2, Ellison 2-0-2-4, Howard 1-0-0-2, Nickel 0-0-0-0, Borowicz 0-0-0-0, Ealy 0-0-0-0, Grossman 0-0-0-0, Lengyl 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Shevitz 2, Scheidhauer 1. Totals: 13-1-4-30.

WEST MIDDLESEX – Hanahan 0-0-0-0, C. Mild 10-2-4-26, B. Smith 0-0-0-0, H. Smith 1-0-0-2, Bowen 5-0-2-10, Hoffman 8-0-0-22, Rea 1-0-0-2, Greenburg 0-0-0-0, G. Mild 0-0-0-0, Davano 0-0-0-0, C. Smith 0-0-0-0, Blaze 0-0-0-0, Atterholt 0-0-0-0, Ladjevich 5-0-2-11. 3-pt. goals: Hoffman 6, C. Mild 4, Ladjevich 1. Totals: 30-2-8-73.

JV: West Middlesex, 51-27.

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ROCKY GROVE   7  13   6   16  42

LAKEVIEW       16  17  23  21  77

ROCKY GROVE – Francic 6-1-5-15, Dickson 6-0-0-14, Toscano 2-0-0-4, Z. Clayton 1-1-2-3, Burkhardt 0-1-2-1, Henderson 1-1-2-3, White 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Francic 2, Dickson 2. Totals: 17-4-11-42.

LAKEVIEW – Boggs 8-12-14-30, Burke 2-0-0-6, Miller 1-0-0-2, Beith 6-2-4-14, Thiec 3-0-0-8, Doddo 2-0-0-4, King 3-0-0-7, Powley 2-0-0-4, Williams 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Boggs 2, Burke 2, Thiec 2, King 1. Totals: 28-14-18-77.

JV: Lakeview, 42-28. Isaac Lightcap 10 for Lakeview.

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MEADVILLE      13  9   19  26  67

KENNEDY        33  23  16  20  92

MEADVILLE – Butler 2-2-2-6, Husband 2-0-0-5, L. Lindsey 9-3-4-23, K. Lindsey 5-1-1-12, Miller 2-0-0-4, McElhinny 5-0-0-15, Burchard 1-0-0-2, Hughes 0-0-0-0, Lopez 0-0-0-0, Pero 0-0-0-0, Waid 0-0-0-0, Ferraro 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: McElhinny 5, L. Lindsey 2, Husband 1, K. Lindsey 1. Totals: 26-6-7-67.

KENNEDY CATHOLIC – Herster 8-4-5-25, Acunzo 3-3-4-10, Austin 10-4-7-26, Harden 0-1-2-1, Tshiebwe 10-5-6-28, Moore 1-0-0-2, Amos 0-0-0-0, Magestro 0-0-0-0, Neimi 0-0-0-0, Thomas 0-0-0-0, Churlik 0-0-0-0, Taylor 0-0-0-0, Gillenwater 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Herster 5, Tshiebwe 3, Austin 2, Acunzo 1. Totals: 32-17-24-92.

JV: Kennedy Catholic, 48-33. Adam Churlik 14 for KC.

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SHARPSVILLE   12  15  18  14  59

REYNOLDS       13   8   10  14  45

SHARPSVILLE – Fry 6-3-5-17, Breneman 0-2-2-2, Flaherty 7-0-2-17, Distler 0-0-0-0, Joseph 3-0-2-6, Alexander 2-0-0-4, Levis 2-0-1-4, Doyle 2-2-4-7, Hubbard 1-0-0-2, Henwood 0-0-0-0, Staunch 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Flaherty 3, Fry 2, Doyle 1. Totals: 22-7-16-59.

REYNOLDS – Hart 0-0-0-0, Walker 0-0-0-0, Belbeck 0-0-0-0, Mull 8-2-4-18, Sims 3-0-0-7, Westover 3-0-3-7, Stevens 0-0-0-0, Lowe 1-0-0-2, N.Loposky 0-0-0-0, J.Loposky 3-0-0-7, Faber 1-0-0-2, Lorent 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Sims 1, Westover 1, T.Loposky 1. Totals: 20-2-7-45.

JV: Reynolds, 38-34. Troy Hart, Riley Walker, Marketis Stevens 8 points apiece for Reynolds; Jacob Distler 15 points, Mac Staunch 14 for Sharpsville.

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JAMESTOWN    13  15  11  24  63

SAEGERTOWN  21  15  12  21  69

JAMESTOWN – Smith 8-2-5-20, Urbansky 6-5-6-18, Keyser 3-4-6-10, Steadman 2-3-7-8, Graham 3-0-2-7. 3-pt. goals: Smith 2, Urbansky 1, Steadman 1, Graham 1. Totals: 22-14-26-63.

SAEGERTOWN – Fuller 9-2-3-22, Draa 6-6-10-21, Ingram 4-0-0-9, Sherry 3-1-2-7, Rhoades 2-2-6-7, Wilkins 0-3-4-3. 3-pt. goals: Draa 3, Fuller 2, Ingram 1, Rhoades 1. Totals: 24-14-25-69.

JV: No score reported.

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BROOKFIELD    11  19  22  15  67

CRESTVIEW      7    8   12  12  39

BROOKFIELD – Filipovich 2-4-4-9, Reichart 7-1-3-15, Emery 3-1-3-7, Shingledecker 1-0-0-3, Sydlowski 0-2-2-2, Stevens 7-1-2-18, Gibson 4-5-6-13, Stone 0-0-0-0, Robertson 0-0-0-0, Laverty 0-0-0-0, Pawlowski 0-0-0-0, Williams 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Stevens 3, Filipovich 1, Shingledecker 1. Totals: 24-12-18-67.

CRESTVIEW – Yanssens 2-0-0-5, Perorazio 0-0-0-0, Golden 7-0-3-14, Berger 0-1-5-1, Wycoff 1-0-0-3, Riffle 2-1-2-7, Yerkey 2-0-0-4, Hughes 1-0-0-2, Cusick 1-0-0-3. 3-pt. goals: Riffle 2, Yanssens 1, Wycoff 1, Cusick 1. Totals: 16-2-10-39.

JV: No score reported.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

BROOKFIELD     2  16   20  6   44

CRESTVIEW     17  12  18  22  69

BROOKFIELD – Marek 1-0-2-2, Reardon 2-1-2-6, Willrich 4-1-2-9, Rogers-Vadala 0-0-3-0, Nale 0-0-0-0, Schiska 0-0-0-0, Litz 6-4-9-16, Drapola 4-3-4-11. 3-pt. goal: Reardon 1. Totals: 17-9-22-44.

CRESTVIEW – Halas 5-1-3-13, Eskra 4-0-0-10, Huff 3-0-0-6, Mathes 0-0-0-0, Hoffer 8-2-2-18, Bandy 0-0-0-0, Perry 7-2-4-20, Dickey 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Perry 4, Halas 2, Eskra 2. Totals: 28-5-9-69.

JV: No score reported.

 

WRESTLING

PINE-RICHLAND 43, HICKORY 27

220 – Skylar Collins (H) forfeit; 285 – Miguel Jackson (PR) pinned Nicholas Maule, 3:07; 106 – Cody Miller (H) forfeit; 113 – double forfeit; 120 – Robert Palmieri (PR) forfeit; 126 – Carter Gill (H) pinned Jacob Worthington, 1:51; 132 – Zach Esswein (PR) pinned Jayden Rodgers, 2:33; 138 – Lance Bruno (PR) forfeit; 145 – Nathan Lukez (PR) dec. Braelin Stewart, 12-7; 152 – Cole Spencer (PR) forfeit; 160 – Luke Levendusky (PR) maj. dec. Andrew Bunger, 14-6; 170 – Clement Flynn (PR) forfeit; 182 – Caleb Benton (H) pinned Zach Kost, 2:59; 195 – Trever Lightner (H) dec. Zachary Shaver, 6-5.

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COCHRANTON 53, SHARON 25

138 – Justin Boozer (C) forfeit; 145 – Stedsen Boozer (C) won fall Shamar Anderson, 4:42; 152 – Sully Allen (S) dec. Kalob Brown, 9-6; 160 – Louden Gledhill (C) pinned Spencer Baker, 1:47; 170 – Luke Gaston (S) maj. dec. Brendan Richter, 14-2; 182 – Aidan Buck (S) pinned John Benninger, 1:01; 195 – Jacob Gonder (S) forfeit; 220 – Dalton Boozer (C) pinned Andrew Price, 1:31; 285 – Jordan Wilson (S) pinned Antonio Nieves, :47; 106 – Jack Martinec (C) forfeit; 113 – Steven Martinec (C) forfeit; 120 – Shane Peterson (C) pinned Cameron Bliss, 1:33; 126 – Willis Morrell (C) pinned Aiman Kanaan, 1:03; 132 – Brendan Ace (C) tech. fall Eli Buck, 16-0, 3:45.

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