October 22, 2014

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Prep roundup: Olmsted Falls’ rally comes up short

STRONGSVILLE – Strongsville withstood a second-half Olmsted Falls comeback to nip the Bulldogs 81-79 Saturday night.
The Mustangs led 45-34 at halftime before the Bulldogs (0-1) outscored them in both the third and fourth quarters.
Pat Pellerite led the Bulldogs with 29 points. Jim Brabenec and Scott Kimmey joined Pellerite in double figures with 17 and 16, respectively.

OLMSTED FALLS (79): Kimmey 5-4-16, Hurrell 3-0-6, Russo 0-2-2, Brabenec 6-5-17, Battaglia 1-1-3, Pellerite 12-3-29, Emerine 3-0-6. Totals 30-15-79.
STRONGSVILLE (81): Anderson 1-0-2, Svancara 4-0-10, Grant 1-0-3, Fegan 9-2-23, Vanco 1-1-3, Kamczyc 10-12-32, Bendzuck 3-0-8. Totals 29-15-81.
Olmsted Falls 16 18 24 21  –  79
Strongsville 23 22 23 13  –  81
Three-point goals: (OF) kimmey 2, Pellerite 2; (S) Svancara2, Grant, Fegan 3, Bendzuck 2.
Wellington 71,
New London 64
NEW LONDON – Cory Kidd`s steal ignited Wellington to a 10-2 run over the last two minutes as the Dukes defeated New London 71-64 in non-conference action on Saturday night.
Blake Sword led the Dukes (1-0) with 23 points. Erick Saunders added 15, while Kidd and Brandon Schmidt contributed 13 apiece.

WELLINGTON (71): Schmidt 4-2-13, Kidd 3-4-13, Sword 7-8-23, Saunders 7-1-15, Natterer 1-0-3, Huelsman 0-4-4. Totals 22-19-71.
NEW LONDON (64): Chaffins 4-2-12, Berry 10-2-24, Thierry 3-0-6, Cooke 3-0-7, Hamilton 2-1-5, Howard 4-2-10. Totals 26-7-64.
Wellington 18 17 16 20  –  71
New London 18 9 20 17  –  64
Three-point goals: (W) Schmidt 3, Kidd 3, Sword, Natterer; (NL) Chaffins 2, Berry 2, Cooke.
Junior varsity: New London, 35-32.
Horizon Science 71,
Lake Ridge 41
CLEVELAND – Horizon Science outscored the Lions (0-1, 0-1 NEL) in each quarter of a Northeast Liberty Conference game.
Richie O`Neill and Adam Severs led Lake Ridge with 11 and 10 points, respectively.
LAKE RIDGE (41): Marinik 3-2-8, Hansen 0-2-2, Chahda 0-2-2, Betters 1-1-4, Severs 4-0-10, O`Neill 4-3-11, Velloze 2-0-4. Totals 14-10-41.
HORIZON SCIENCE (71): Paris 9-0-18, Taylor 3-0-8, Gaines 2-1-5, Duncan 6-3-15, Andrews 1-1-3, Alicea 1-0-2, Wells 1-3-5, Horton 6-3-15. Totals 29-11-71.
Lake Ridge 8 11 8 14  –  41
Horizon Science 15 16 22 18  –  71
Three-point goals: (LR) Betters, Severs 2; (HS) Taylor 2.
Junior varsity: Horizon Science, 43-27.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
NORTH OLMSTED – North Olmsted mounted a fourth-quarter comeback, outscoring Trinity 24-10, to come away with a 75-69 non-conference victory on Saturday.
The Eagles (3-0) trailed the Trojans by double digits as late as twice in the fourth quarter.
Kori Wiedt and Christina Fesz each scored 24 points for North Olmsted.

TRINITY (69): Holdash 0-0-0, Mosely 0-0-0, Ruper 8-10-28, Tatum 0-0-0, Dye 6-2-14, Kotik 1-0-2, Stegmier 7-1-18, Cavor 1-0-2, Wotowiec 2-1-5. Totals 25-14-69.
NORTH OLMSTED (75): Heitmann 2-8-13, Lindemann 0-0-0, S. Tomko 5-0-12, Steffen 0-1-1, A. Tomko 0-0-0, Wiedt 9-3-24, Hagen 0-0-0, Fesz 10-3-24, Hess 0-1-1. Totals 26-16-75.
Trinity  19 21 19 10   –   69
North Olmsted 17 19 15 24    –   75
Junior varsity: Trinity won.
Three-point goals: (T) Ruper 2, Stegmier 3; (NO) Heitmann, S. Tomko 2, Wiedt 3, Fesz.
Oberlin 70,
Christian Community 33
NORTH EATON – Rachel Daniels scored a game-high 20 points to lead four players in double figures for the Phoenix (2-0).
Amari Foster (14), Angela Daugherty (12) and Shaqwe Lawson (10) also scored in double figures for Oberlin. Daugherty also had 16 rebounds, while Lawson also had six assists.

OBERLIN (70): Lawson 4-2-10, Daniels 7-4-20, Foster 6-2-14, Zimmerman 3-2-8, Daugherty 5-1-12, Barbee 2-2-6. Totals 27-13-70.
CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY (33): B. Shaw 6-1-13, S. Shaw 1-0-2, Thomas 3-0-6, Hawkins 2-0-4, Stanko 1-1-3, Doane 0-1-1, Markovich 2-0-4. Totals 15-3-33.
Oberlin  19 17 13 21  – 70
Christian C.S. 8 7 13 5  – 33
Three-point goals: (O) Daniels 2, Daugherty.

Wellington 61, Firelands 55
WELLINGTON – The Dukes
(3-0) beat Firelands press in the second quarter to take a 38-25 halftime lead but had to overcome second-half foul trouble.
Cassie Gleisner`s 14 points paced Wellington. Callie McConnell and Katie Stumphauzer contributed 12 and 10, respectively. Teresa Davis scored a game-high 18 points for the Falcons (0-2). Kelly Quarando added 12.

FIRELANDS (55): Davis 3-12-18, Quarando 3-6-12, Phillips 2-4-9, Melendez 3-0-6, Myers 2-0-4, A. Williams 1-1-3, K. Williams 1-0-2, Fields 0-1-1. Totals 15-24-55.
WELLINGTON (61): Gleisner 5-4-14, McConnell 6-0-12, Stumphauzer 5-0-10, Rader 0-6-6, King 3-0-6, Touma 1-3-5, Greer 1-2-4, Rangel 1-0-2, Brasee 1-0-2. Totals 23-15-61.
Firelands  15 10 16 14    – 55
Wellington 17 21 8 15    – 61
Junior varsity: Wellington won.
Three-point goals: (F) Phillips.
Westlake 69, Midview 52
GRAFTON – The Demons (2-1) led Midview 38-22 at halftime as Amelia Serrat and Kalpana Beach each scored 21 points.
Jacki Street and Hannah Duran scored 15 points apiece for the Middies (1-1). Megan Snow added 13, including all three of Midview`s 3-pointers. Street also had 13 rebounds.

WESTLAKE (69): Kilbane 0-0-0, Henderson 3-1-7, LaMattina 2-2-6, Bechtel 1-0-2, Serrat 8-2-21, Zappone 0-1-1, Beach 7-7-21, Ryan 4-0-10, Prendergast 0-0-0, Burbach 0-0-0, Smith 0-1-1. Totals 25-14-69.
MIDVIEW (52): Laufman 0-0-0, Gauvreau 0-0-0, Snow 4-2-13, Street 5-5-15, Duran 5-5-15, Szpak 1-0-2, Harder 1-1-3, Voit 0-0-0, Cromling 2-0-4. Totals 18-13-52.
Westlake  15 23 19 12  – 69
Midview 13 9 13 17  – 52
Junior varsity: Westlake, 38-35.
Three-point goals: (W) Serrat 3, Ryan 2; (M) Snow 3.
Southview 51, Warrensville Heights 36
LORAIN – Southview`s switch to a zone defense stymied Warrensville Heights as the Saints outscored the Tigers 17-2 in Lake Erie League Erie Division action.
Ashley Evans (18), Tiondra Smith (11) and Maria Nazario (10) scored in double figures for the Saints
(1-1, 1-0 LEL). Nazario also had 17 rebounds.

WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS (36): Barron 1-2-4, A. Davis 7-4-18, Taylor 3-1-9, N. Davis 1-1-3, Wright 1-0-2. Totals 13-8-36.
SOUTHVIEW (51): Whitfield 2-2-6, T. Smith 2-6-11, Evans 6-4-18, Nazario 2-6-10, Ogle 3-0-6. Totals 15-18-51.
Warrensville Hts.  9 16 2 9   – 36
Southview 9 19 17 6   – 51
Junior varsity: Southview, 43-35.
Three-point goals: (WH) Taylor 2; (S) T. Smith, Evans 2.

Bedford 50, Ad. King 45
LORAIN – The Admirals (2-2, 0-1 LEL) couldn`t hold onto a three-point halftime lead in a Lake Erie League Erie Division game.
Kinesia Thorpe (15) and Derekia Mahone (10) scored in double figures for Admiral King.

BEDFORD (50): Boyd 0-1-1, Smith 0-2-2, Thompson 5-4-14, Caver 8-1-18, Shields 3-7-13, Walker 1-0-2. Totals 17-15-50.
ADMIRAL KING (45): Mahone 2-6-10, Higginbotham 3-0-6, Harvey 1-0-2, Thorpe 3-8-15, Smith 1-0-2, Van Wagnen 0-2-2, Little 2-0-4, Robinson 1-0-2, Holley 0-1-1. Totals 13-17-45.
Bedford  12 11 10 17    – 50
Admiral King 14 12 6 13   – 45
Junior varsity: Bedford, 43-34.
Three-point goals: (B) Caver; (AK) Thorpe, Smith.

Lake Ridge 51,
Horizon Science 13
CLEVELAND – The Lions (2-1, 2-0 NEL) outscored Horizon Science in each quarter as Alex Hansen (15), Mary Shimko (14) and Amanda Seidel (10) scored in double figures in Northeast Liberty Conference action.

LAKE RIDGE (51): Seidel 2-6-10, Hansen 6-3-15, Wright 2-0-4, Rengel 0-1-1, DiOrio 0-3-3, Shimko 5-3-14, LaRue 1-0-2, Kurtz 1-0-2. Totals 17-16-51.
SCIENCE ACADEMY (13): Deleon 1-0-2, Yorko 5-0-11, Rivers 0-0-0, Johnson 0-0-0, Stallworth 0-0-0. Totals 6-0-13.
Lake Ridge  13 13 19 6   – 51
Horizon Science 0 2 9 2   – 13
Three-point goals: (LR) Shimko; (HS) Yorko.

HOCKEY
PARMA – Elyria Catholic`s Chris and Kevin Andrews each scored a goal as the Panthers tied Brecksville 2-2 in second-round action at the Normandy Tournament at Ries Arena on Saturday.
Mike Freeh had the lone assist for the Panthers (0-1-1), while Elyria Catholic goalie Brad Moore made 30 saves.

ELYRIA CATHOLIC 2, BRECKSVILLE 2
Elyria Catholic 0 2 0  –  2
Brecksville 0 2 0  –  2
GOALS: (EC) Chris Andrews, Kevin Andrews; (B) Iwaszkin, Deterre.
ASSISTS: (EC) Mike Freeh; (B) Bergman, O`Neil, Sophozleous, Geron.
SHOTS ON GOAL: Elyria Catholic 17; Brecksville 32.
SAVES: (EC) Brad Moore 30; (B) Miller 15.
Kent Roosevelt 5, Bay 1
ROCKY RIVER – Buddy Martin, with an assist from Luke Heberle, scored the lone goal for the Rockets (1-1) in a second-round game of the Rocky River Holiday Classic.
KENT ROOSEVELT 5, BAY 1
Bay 1 0 0  –  1
Kent 2 1 2  –  5
GOALS: (KR) Bob Bair 2, Sam Riggenbach, Brandon Cutlip, Mario Wardell; (B) Buddy Martin.
ASSISTS: (KR) Bair, Riggenbach 2, Cutlip, Pat Chaera, Brett Gaj, jay Seavey; (B) Luke Heberle.
SHOTS ON GOAL: Kent Roosevelt 28; Bay 25.
SAVES: (KR) Jay Seavey 24; (B) Kevin Figueira 23.