August 21, 2014

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Girls basketball roundup: EC wins first conference game

CHARDON – Elyria Catholic`s Katie Shoemaker scored a team-high 10 points as the Panthers withstood Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin`s pressure defense to come away with a 42-38 victory in a North Coast League game Wednesday night.
The Panthers (3-2, 1-1 NCL) trailed by two points after one quarter before outscoring NDCL 13-8 in the second quarter to take control with a 25-23 halftime lead. The win was the first NCL win for Elyria Catholic in over two seasons.

ELYRIA CATHOLIC (42): Wilden 1-0-3, Recko 1-0-2, Rothgery 1-1-3, Taylor 3-2-9, McNeeley 1-5-7, Schuster 2-0-4, Schneider 2-0-4, Shoemaker 5-0-10. Totals 16-8-42.
NDCL (38): Rooney 1-2-4, Nichols 1-1-3, Harland 4-2-10, Patella 2-2-7, Wojtila 0-1-1, Briggs 5-0-11, Lynch 1-0-2. Totals 14-8-38.
Elyria Catholic   13    13 9 7  –  42
NDCL                 15     8 7 8  –  38
Three-point goals: (EC) Wilden, Taylor; (NDCL) Patella, Briggs.
Junior varsity: NDCL, 45-36.

Midview 62, Firelands 40
EATON TWP. – After trailing Firelands by three points at the end of the first quarter, the Middies (2-1, 1-0 WSC) held the Falcons to single-digit scoring in each of the last three quarters in a West Shore Conference game.
Megan Snow scored a game-high 19 points for Midview, while Hannah Duran added 10.
Theresa Davis paced the Falcons (0-3, 0-1 WSC) with 13 points.

FIRELANDS (40): Myers 1-0-2, Kapolin 0-0-0, Quarando 3-0-6, Melendez 2-0-6, Davis 5-2-13, Fields 1-0-2, Phillips 1-2-4, K. Williams 1-0-2, A. Williams 1-3-5. Totals 15-7-40.
MIDVIEW (62): Laufman 2-0-6, Gauvreau 0-0-0, Snow 5-7-19, Street 3-1-7, Rauscher 1-2-4, Duran 4-2-10, Szpak 2-2-6, Harder 1-2-4, Voit 2-0-4, Cromling 1-0-2. Totals 21-16-62.
Firelands          17 8 7 8  –  40
Midview           14 20 20 8  –  62
Three-point goals: (F) Melendez 2, Davis; (M) Laufman 2, Snow 2.
Junior varsity: Midview, 45-20.

Bay 64, Vermilion 31
VERMILION – Lindsey Lowrie`s game-high 17 points led the Rockets (1-2, 1-0 WSC), who held Vermilion to single-digit scoring in each of the first three quarters.
Anne Hamilton paced the Sailors (0-5, 0-1 WSC) with 11 points.

BAY (64): Wenzell 6-0-15, Butler 1-0-2, Ludwig 1-0-2, Williams 5-0-11, Kazanas 0-2-2, Urwin 2-0-4, Kinkelaar 3-2-9, Vick 1-0-2, Lowrie 5-5-17. Totals 24-9-64.
VERMILION (31): Hamilton 3-4-11, Dawson 0-1-1, Swinehart 1-0-2, Peterson 2-0-4, Clark 0-1-1, Karres 4-0-8, Brown 2-0-4. Totals 12-6-31.
Bay                   18 18 20 8  –  64
Vermilion            6 7 6 12  –  31
Three-point goals: (B) Wenzell 3, Williams, Kinkelaar, Lowrie; (V) Hamilton.
Junior varsity: Bay, 40-11.

Fairview 39, Avon 32
AVON – Ali Haldi`s game-high 15 points weren`t quite enough for the Eagles (1-3, 0-1 WSC).

FAIRVIEW (39): Herman 1-1-3, Lorek 1-3-5, Murtha 1-0-2, Troxell 2-2-6, Homolak 2-2-7, Hardesty 3-0-9, Wolansky 3-0-7. Totals 13-8-39.
AVON (32): Meiser 1-0-2, Haldi 6-2-15, Entinghi 0-1-1, Dent 0-6-6, Monteleone 2-1-6, Selestak 1-0-2. Totals 10-10-32.
Fairview              9 5 16 9  –  39
Avon                   2 14 4 12  –  32
Three-point goals: (F) Homolak, Hardesty 3, Wolansky; (A) Haldi, Monteleone.
Junior varsity: Avon, 23-11.

Oberlin 54,
Lutheran West 38
OBERLIN – The Phoenix (5-0, 3-0 PAC) outscored Lutheran West 14-1 in the second quarter after trailing by five points at the end of the first quarter.
Alex Zimmerman (15), Rachael Daniels (12) and Shaqwe Lawson (11) scored in double figures for Oberlin. Lawson also had 11 assists, while Zimmerman and Angela Daugherty had 12 and 11 rebounds.

LUTHERAN WEST (38): Menhenett 1-0-2, Zaharewicz 3-2-8, Gettinger 2-0-4, Gyorgak 3-1-7, Jackson 2-0-4, Ali 2-1-5, Carpenter 2-0-4, Stover 1-2-4. Totals 16-6-38.
OBERLIN (54): Lawson 3-5-11, Daniels 6-0-12, Foster 2-0-5, Zimmerman 6-3-15, Daugherty 2-2-6, Barbee 1-0-2, Young 1-1-3. Totals 21-11-54.
Lutheran West   15       1 9 13  –  38
Oberlin               10    14 16 14  –  54
Three-point goals: (O) Foster.

Buckeye 61,
Black River 26
SULLIVAN – Buckeye outscored Black River (2-4, 0-3 PAC) 19-2 in the first quarter.
Brittany Lutz paced the Pirates with 15 points.
BUCKEYE (61): Hall 7-0-17, Hart 4-2-10, Stybor 1-0-2, A. Urbanic 1-2-4, M. Joyce 1-0-2, Knoll 1-1-3, E. Urbanic 4-0-8, K. Joyce 4-0-8, Arenas 2-2-6, Mesmer 0-1-1. Totals 25-8-61.
BLACK RIVER (26): Hoffman 0-2-2, Lutz 7-1-15, Altenburger 1-0-2, Carr 1-1-3, Eishen 0-4-4. Totals 9-8-26.
Buckeye             19 8 19 15  –  61
Black River           2 3 13 8  –  26
Three-point goals: (Buckeye) Hall 3.
Junior varsity: Black River won.

Amherst 48,
Avon Lake 41
AMHERST – The Comets` (2-1, 1-1 SWC) pressure defense paid big dividends in their first Southwestern Conference win.
Olivia Sliman (13) and Ashley Aponte (12) scored in double figures for Amherst.
Dana Barnes and Bridget Lyons paced the Shoregals (0-3, 0-2 SWC) with 11 and 10 points.

AVON LAKE (41): Largent 0-2-2, Barnhart 1-3-5, Barnes 3-5-11, Forbes 1-0-2, Haas 1-4-6, Kenny 0-1-1, Lyons 4-1-10, Nikrant 1-2-4. Totals 11-18-41.
AMHERST (48): Aponte 5-1-12, Brt Cruz 0-1-1, Soto 0-3-3, Brd Cruz 1-0-3, Sliman 4-4-13, Szucs 1-4-6, Jarvis 2-2-6, Beury 2-0-4. Totals 15-15-48.
Avon Lake          5 13 5 18  –  41
Amherst            12 15 7 14  –  48
Three-point goals: (AL) Lyons; (A) Aponte, Brd Cruz, Sliman.
Junior varsity: Avon Lake, 36-30.

North Olmsted 66, Midpark 50
NORTH OLMSTED – Kori Wiedt`s game-high 19 points, including four 3-pointers, led the Eagles (5-1, 2-1 SWC).
Ann Tomko and Cristina Fesz contributed 15 points apiece for North Olmsted, while Susie Tomko added 10.

MIDPARK (50): Dimitrov 1-0-2, S. Ruprecht 1-1-3, Yates 2-2-7, Barber 3-1-7, A. Ruprecht 2-0-5, G. Musson 0-2-2, Hemann 4-1-9, M. Musson 1-2-4, Ginley 2-3-7, Geisman 2-0-4. Totals 18-12-50.
NORTH OLMSTED (66): Heitmann 0-4-4, S. Tomko 3-4-10, Steffen 1-1-3, A. Tomko 5-5-15, Wiedt 7-1-19, Fesz 6-2-15. Totals 22-17-66.
Midpark            12 13 14 11  –  50
North Olmsted  18 21 7 20  –  66
Three-point goals: (M) Yates, A. Ruprecht; (NO) Wiedt 4, Fesz.
Junior varsity: North Olmsted won.

Olmsted Falls 65, Brecksville 59 (OT)
OLMSTED FALLS – The Bulldogs (2-3, 1-2 SWC) made 33 of 39 free throws, including nine of 10 in overtime.
Julie Radigan of Olmsted Falls had a game-high 27 points. Teammates Alexis Henton (21) and Rachel Rossman (10) joined Radigan in double figures.

BRECKSVILLE (59): Maddox 3-3-9, Clark 6-1-14, Haught 2-4-8, D`Agostino 1-0-2, Blumenthaler 2-1-5, Saridakis 2-1-5, Stovall 1-0-2, Cargill 5-2-14. Totals 22-12-59.
OLMSTED FALLS (65): Henton 3-15-21, Rossman 4-1-10, Radigan 7-13-27, Cantrell 1-0-3, Hodge 0-4-4. Totals 15-33-65.
Brecksville       14 12    12   14    7  –  59
Olmsted Falls   13   1    17   21  13  –  65
Three-point goals: (B) Clark, Cargill 2; (OF) Rossman, Cantrell.
Junior varsity: Brecksville, 46-37.

Berea 67, Westlake 39
WESTLAKE – Lindsey Mahovonek`s 17 points paced three Braves (3-2, 2-1 SWC) in double figures.
Kalpana Beach scored 21 points to lead the Demons (4-2, 2-1 SWC).

BEREA (67): Thompson 3-0-6, Jazwa 6-1-14, Payton 6-3-15, West 2-1-5, Stephens 4-0-8, Mahovonek 5-5-17, Maldonado 0-2-2. Totals 26-12-67.
WESTLAKE (39): Henderson 1-0-2, Serrat 2-0-5, Beach 9-3-21, Ryan 3-2-8, Smith 1-1-3. Totals 16-6-39.
Berea               20 18 19 10  –  67
Westlake            9 4 11 15  –  39
Three-point goals: (B) Jazwa, Mahovonek 2; (W) Serrat.
Junior varsity: Westlake, 41-24.

Elyria 54,
Cuyahoga Falls 40
CUYAHOGA FALLS – Elyria`s fourth-quarter press allowed the Pioneers to outscore Cuyahoga Falls 21-8.
Honesty King scored a game-high 16 points for the Pioneers
(5-0). Teammates Brigette Jones and Tai Dotson contributed 10 apiece.

ELYRIA (54): Messenger 1-2-4, Warden 0-2-2, Oliver 3-0-6, King 7-2-16, Jones 4-2-10, Dotson 4-2-10, Sito 3-0-6. Totals 22-10-54.
CUYAHOGA FALLS (40): Colotto 1-0-3, Porter 3-0-7, Reed 6-0-14, Nester 3-2-8, McCurdy 2-4-8. Totals 15-6-40.
Elyria                   9 9 15 21  –  54
Cuyahoga Falls   8 13 11 8  –  40
Three-point goals: (CF) Colotto, Porter, Reed 2.
Junior varsity: Cuyahoga Falls, 50-36.