Isaiah Jones

Brookfield’s Isaiah Jones brings the ball up the floor against Champion recently. Jones fired in 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the Warriors' 63-58 win over Grand Valley on Wednesday night.

The District 10 Committee met on Wednesday to discuss several issues. It appears that no fans will be allowed at the District 10 swimming meet and individual wrestling postseason tournaments.

District 10 is being cautious due to the surging cases of COVID-19 cases across the state. Unless current state COVID-19 mitigation orders are relaxed, no fans will be allowed at either event.

District 10 posted winter sports dates from Wednesday’s meeting on its website. Visit piaadistrict10.org to view the documents.

Also Wednesday, the District 10 Committee accepted the resignation of Barb Dzuricsko as longtime cross country and track and field coordinator.

District 10 posted on its website: “Thanks to Barb Dzuriscko for her many years of service to District 10 in multiple capacities. Barb has been a head coach, athletic director, official, D10 Committee member and tournament director at various times over the past several decades.”

BOYS BASKETBALL

• Brookfield 63, Grand Valley 58 – At Brookfield, the Warriors won their 3rd consecutive contest as Isaiah Jones turned in a game-high 22-point, 12-rebound line.

Also for Brookfield (4-1) Haden Gibson garnered 14 points and dished out 7 dimes and Donovan and David Pawlowski produced 13 and 10 points, respectively.

Coach Shawn Hammond and Brookfield burst to a 31-24 margin at intermission on Gibson’s 10 second-period points, then fended off Grand Valley’s 34-point 2nd-half comeback.

Nate Boiarski and Derek Jackson (16 apiece), Hagen Hajduk (14), and Ethan Spenser (10) scored in double digits for Grand Valley’s Mustangs (4-4) in the non-conference contest.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Reynolds 47, Hickory 33 – At Transfer, the host Lady Raiders rolled to the inter-region rout.

Reynolds rallied from a 9-7 first-quarter deficit by outscoring Hickory, 40-24, during the ensuing 24 minutes.

Halle Murcko mustered 16 markers and Victoria Mull 11 for Reynolds (1-1). Mull manufactured 7 second-period points and Murcko scored 8 of her after intermission.

Aniyah Anderson annexed a game-high 17 point for Hickory (1-1), which never scored in double figures in any quarter. Anderson accounted for 12 of Hickory’s 17 second-half points.

• Greenville 57, Sharon 30 – At Greenville, the Trojans (1-0, 3-0) won the Region 4 opener against the Tigers (0-1, 0-3).

Greenville led 30-23 at halftime, but outscored Sharon 22-3 in the 3rd quarter to pull away.

Jaidah Rosario had 15 points, 8 rebounds and 7 steals for Greenville, Josie Lewis scored 13 and dished out 9 assists, and Grace Cano added 9 points.

Jaysina Sellers led the way for Sharon with 12 points.

• Kennedy Catholic 63, Ursuline 53 – At Hermitage, free-throw shooting emerged in the non-conference affair. The Lady Golden Eagles led 18-14 after a quarter, 34-28 by the break, and 50-39 through 3 periods.

Led by Bellah DiNardo’s 9-for-10 marksmanship, Kennedy Catholic converted 17 of 24 freebies, compared with Ursuline’s 15-for-26 output.

DiNardo deposited a game-high 23 points to key Kennedy Catholic (2-0), while Paris Gilmore garnered 14 and Alayjah Jones joined in with 11. Gilmore complemented DiNardo by tossing in 7 of 9 freebies.

Youngstown-Ursuline was paced by Alayna Smith’s 21-point performance that include a 9-for-12 free-throw effort, and Anisah Moorman’s 11 points.

“We played a really good Ursuline team,” said KC Coach Justin Magestro. “They competed and played hard. It was a good challenge for us early in the season. I think we came out sluggish, but we played well in the second half. Ursuline is very well-coached and a great team.”

• Mercyhurst Prep 60, West Middlesex 44 – In Erie County, the visiting Ms. Reds dropped their season-opener to the perennial power.

Mercyhurst Prep posted a 15-12 first-quarter lead before the Ms. Reds rallied for a 26-23 margin at intermission. But the host Lady Lakers launched the 3-ball and Prep produced 37 second-half points.

Olivia Kulyk connected for a 17 points and Anna Tranum tallied 14 as Prep popped in 7 shots from beyond the arc.

Carlie Beatty bucketed a game-high 18 points for 5-time District 10 Class 2A champion West Middlesex, while Emily Anthony added 11. Taylor Tomko tallied 2 buckets from 3-point range.

WRESTLING

• Sharon 37, Grove City 24 – At Grove City, Coach Dave Ciafre’s Tigers picked up the win.

Mequan Maxwell (120), Cameron Bliss (152), and Aiden Buck (189) won by fall for Sharon while Christian Hacker picked up a major decision.

Hunter Hohman (138), Adon Navarro (172), and Dylan Ahern (220) posted pins for the Eagles.

Sharon hosts Sharpsville at 11 a.m. Saturday.

• Hickory 45, Mercer 19 – At “The Hive” in Hermitage, the Hornets grabbed the win over the Mustangs.

Justin O’Neill (120), Carter Gill (145), and Tacoma Pumphrey (189) won by fall for Hickory and Kaleb Turcotte won by decision at heavyweight.

Mason Hesselgesser (160) and Michael Stabile (220) captures falls for Mercer, Carson Filer won by decision at 138 pounds and Michael Berger picked up a major decision at 152.

• Reynolds 70, Franklin 3 – At Franklin, Coach Casey Taylor’s Raiders stormed “The Castle” and rolled past the Knights.

Chase Bell (113), Pitt recruit Gary Steen (120), Kane Kettering (132), Dreyvin Livingston (138), Jalen Wagner (160), Jordan DeCarmen (170), Cole Toy (189), and Owen Miller (220) all picked up pins for Reynolds. Clayton Rhoades won by major decision at 145 pounds.

Cael Dailey won by decision at 106 pounds for Franklin’s only win.

BOWLING

Brookfield High boys competed at Champion Lanes against the Champion Flashes, rolling to a 2153-1757 victory behind Juniors Rhys Knoxville 397 (195-202–397) and AJ Haywood (192-184–396).  The Warriors tallied their highest series of the young season and also notched the first 200 Baker game of the season, a 205 in game two.

Brookfield girls were bested 2154 to 1399. Macy Devine led the winning Lady Warriors (167-100–267).

The Warriors will be in action at Niles-McKinley Lanes Friday to take on the Liberty Leopards.

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

G. VALLEY      13  11  18  16  58

BROOKFIELD   15  16  17  15  63

GRAND VALLEY – Boiarski 6-5-6-16, Hajduk 3-6-8-14, Spenser 4-1-5-10, Jackson 8-0-1-16, Horek 0-0-0-0, Votty 1-0-0-2. 3-pt. goals: Boiarski 2, Hajduk 2, Spenser 1. Totals: 22-9-15-58.

BROOKFIELD – Jones  10-2-3-22, Dav. Pawlowski 5-0-0-10, Craig 0-0-0-0, Laverty 1-0-0-2, Franz 1-0-0-2, Don. Pawlowski 5-2-2-13, Gibson 6-2-2-14. 3-pt. goal: Don. Pawlowski 1. Totals: 28-6-7-63.

JV: No score reported.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

HICKORY         9   7    9   8   33

REYNOLDS       7  13  17  10  47

HICKORY – Beach 1-0-0-3, Gustas 1-0-0-3, Fustos 1-0-0-2, Anderson 6-5-7-17, Duncan 3-0-1-8, Swanson 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Duncan 2, Beach 1, Gustas 1. Totals: 12-5-8-33.

REYNOLDS – Murcko 7-1-2-16, Hillyer 0-0-0-0, McLaughlin 0-0-0-0, Herman 2-1-2-6, Miller 1-0-0-2, Zachrich 1-0-0-2, Mull 5-1-1-11, Miller 3-0-0-6. 3-pt. goals: Murcko 1, McLaughlin 1. Totals: 21-3-5-47.

JV: Hickory, 25-24.

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SHARON          12  11  3   4  30

GREENVILLE     14  16  22  5  57

SHARON – Hurst 0-0-0-0, Sellers 6-0-3-12, Walls 1-2-6-4, Da. Nixon 0-0-0-0, McGee 2-0-2-5, Di. Nixon 1-0-1-2, Gash 3-0-0-7. 3-pt. goals: McGee 1, Gash 1. Totals: 13-2-12-30.

GREENVILLE – Mallek 0-0-0-0, Campbell 3-0-0-6, Batt 3-0-0-6, Harpst 2-0-0-6, Rosario 7-1-2-15, Hammond 1-0-0-2, Cano 4-1-1-9, Lewis 5-0-0-13, Philson 0-0-2-0. 3-pt. goals: Lewis 3, Harpst 2. Totals: 25-2-5-57.

JV: No score reported.

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URSULINE      14  14  11  14  53

KENNEDY       18  16  16  13  63

URSULINE – Fabry 2-1-3-5, Nelson 1-1-2-3, McNally 1-1-3-4, Smith 6-9-12-21, Scott 3-1-1-9, Monman 4-2-5-11, Gray 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Scott 2, McNally 1, Moorman 1. Totals: 17-15-26-53.

KENNEDY CATHOLIC – DiNardo 7-9-10-23, Keith 3-1-2-9, Gilmore 3-7-9-14, Jones 4-0-2-11, Al. Suhar 2-0-0-4, McConahy 1-0-1-2, An. Suhar 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Jones 3, Keith 2, Gilmore 1. Totals: 20-17-24-63.

JV: Kennedy Catholic, 48-7. Alaina Suhar 18 points, Hayden Keith 15 for KC.

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MIDDLESEX      12  14  8  10  44

MERCYHURST   15  8  17  20  60

WEST MIDDLESEX – C.Beatty 6-6-11-18, Anthony 4-3-4-11, Tomko 3-0-0-8, Babcock 1-0-0-2, K.Beatty 1-0-0-2, Mild 1-0-0-2, Stephens 0-1-2-1, Kalp 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Tomko 2. Totals: 16-10-18-44.

MERCYHURST PREP – Kulyk 8-0-0-17, Tranum 4-5-7-14, Lang 2-4-6-9, Spano 2-0-0-6, Ferrick 2-2-2-6, Finazzo 2-0-0-5, Hulick 1-0-2-3, Bailey 0-0-0-0, Ollinger 0-0-0-0, Stevenson 0-0-0-0. 3-pt. goals: Spano 2, Kulyk 1, Tranum 1, Lang 1, Finazzo 1, Hulick 1. Totals: 21-11-17-60.

JV: No score reported.

 

WRESTLING

SHARON 37, GROVE CITY 24

132 – Christian Hacker (S) maj. dec. Josiah Henriquez, 12-2; 138 – Hunter Hohman (GC) pinned Eli Buck, 4:14; 145 – double forfeit; 152 – Cameron Bliss (S) pinned Nathan Stanton, 5:15; 160 – Seth Evans (S) forfeit; 172 – Adon Navarro (GC) pinned Theo Watkins, 1:32; 189 – Aiden Buck (S) pinned Cory Medve, 1:00; 220 – Dylan Ahern (GC) pinned Amaan Kanaan, 3:45; 285 – Mike Mazuric (S) forfeit; 106 – double forfeit; 113 – Earnest Conoway (S) dec. Z. Leaf, 10-3; 120 – Mequan Maxwell (S) pinned Zach McCarroll, 1:47; 126 – Jordan Medve (GC) forfeit.

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HICKORY 45, MERCER 19

145 – Carter Gill (H) pinned Harrison Murray, 4:49; 152 – Michael Berger (M) maj. dec. Cameron Bucher, 15-1; 160 – Mason Hesselgesser (M) pinned Ty Holland, 3:49; 172 – double forfeit; 189 – Tacoma Pumphrey (H) pinned Jake Burk, :51; 220 – Michael Stabile (M) pinned Donovan White, 5:11; 285 – Kaleb Turcotte (H) dec. Tristan Barr, 7-2; 106 – Kayden Cominsky (H) forfeit; 113 – Louie Gill (H) forfeit; 120 – Justin O’Neill (H) pinned Nathan Schupp, :51; 126 – Timmy Krivosh (H) forfeit; 132 – Connor Saylor (H) foreit; 138 – Carson Filer (M) dec. Cody Miller, 3-1.

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REYNOLDS 70, FRANKLIN 3

120 – Gary Steen (R) pinned Trevor Hamilton, 1:17; 126 – Liam Foore (R) forfeit; 132 – Kane Kettering (R) pinned Kavin Boitnott, 1:03; 138 – Dreyvin Livingston (R) pinned Logan Gavin, 1:27; 145 – Clayton Rhoades (R) maj. dec. Cael Ziegler, 10-2; 152 – Kaeden Berger (R) forfeit; 160 – Jalen Wagner (R) pinned Jonah Heckathorne, 1:42; 172 – Jordan DeCarmen (R) pinned Mason Criado, :30; 189 – Cole Toy (R) pinned Hunter Stevens, :24; 220 – Owen Miller (R) pinned Kadin Karns, 3:42; 285 – Rocco John-Daniello (R) forfeit; 106 – Cael Dailey (F) dec. Logan Hammerschmidt, 4-0; 113 – Chase Bell (R) pinned Dallas Ross, 1:23.

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