April 16, 2014

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High school roundup: Lawson leads Oberlin girls to another win

 OBERLIN — Senior Shaqwe Lawson scored a career-high 29 points and had five assists to lead Oberlin to a 68-55 victory over Wellington in Patriot Athletic Conference action on Wednesday night.
Rachel Daniels and Alex Zimmerman added 14 and 10 points, respectively, for the Phoenix (8-1, 4-1 PAC).

WELLINGTON (55): Gleisner 3-1-7, Rader 1-0-2, C. King 4-2-10, B. King 1-0-2, Touman 3-0-7, Rangel 1-5-7, Stumphauzer 4-1-10, Greer 3-2-8, McConnell 1-0-2. Totals 21-11-55.
OBERLIN (68): Daniels 5-4-14, Foster 2-1-6, Young 0-1-1, Barbee 0-1-1, Lawson 11-7-29, Daugherty 2-3-7, Zimmerman 3-4-10. Totals 23-21-68.
Wellington 13 22 13 7 — 55
Oberlin 12 19 16 21 — 68
Three-point goals: (W) Touma, Stumphauzer; (O) Foster.

Lutheran West 51, Keystone 37
ROCKY RIVER — Marissa Stover scored a game-high 18 points for the Longhorns (2-7, 2-4 PAC), who outscored Keystone 21-9 in the fourth quarter to ensure their win. Chloe Irish paced the Wildcats (6-3, 4-2 PAC) with 13 points.

KEYSTONE (37): Kokoski 1-0-2, Bell 1-5-8, Kessinger 2-0-4, Irish 6-1-13, Gregory 4-1-9, Gallagher 0-1-1. Totals 14-8-37.
LUTHERAN WEST (51): Zaharewicz 2-1-5, Castro 1-2-4, Gettinger 2-1-5, Gyorgak 0-3-3, Jackson 3-2-8, Smith 1-0-2, Carpenter 2-2-6, Stover 6-5-18. Totals 17-16-51.
Keystone  9 7 12 9 — 37
Lutheran West 12 11 7 21 — 51
Three-point goals: (K) Bell; (LW) Stover.
Junior varsity: Lutheran West, 33-21.

Amherst 55, North Olmsted 48
AMHERST — Miranda Szucs’ game-high 14 points led three Comets (5-3, 4-3 SWC) in double figures as the winners played very good defense in a Southwestern Conference  game. Susie Tomko topped the Eagles (8-2, 5-2 SWC) with 13 points.

NORTH OLMSTED (48): Heitmann 0-2-2, Lasko 1-0-2, S. Tomko 4-3-13, A. Tomko 2-5-9, Wiedt 4-2-12, Fesz 3-3-10. Totals 14-15-48.
AMHERST (55): Bt. Cruz 0-2-2, Soto 1-3-5, Bd. Cruz 1-0-3, Sliman 2-8-12, Szucs 7-0-14, Jarvis 3-4-10, Beury 4-1-9. Totals 18-18-55.
North Olmsted  7 12 11 18 — 48
Amherst 19 12 4 20 — 55
Three-point goals: (NO) S. Tomko 2, Wiedt 2, Fesz; (A) Bd. Cruz.
Junior varsity: North Olmsted, 38-26.

Olmsted Falls 58, Westlake 46
OLMSTED FALLS — Alexis Henton scored a game-high 19 points, including all five of her 3-pointers in the first half, to lead the Bulldogs (6-3, 5-2 SWC), who led by 14 points at halftime. Ann Ryan topped the Demons (6-4, 4-3 SWC) with 11 points.

WESTLAKE (46): Henderson 4-0-8, LaMattina 2-2-7, Bechtel 1-0-2, Serrat 1-4-6, Beach 4-2-10, Ryan 4-0-11, Smith 1-0-2. Totals 17-8-46.
OLMSTED FALLS (58): Henton 6-2-19, Rossman 4-0-8, Clancy 0-2-2, Radigan 7-3-17, Cantrell 2-0-5, Hodge 3-1-7. Totals 22-8-58.
Westlake  14 10 9 13 — 46
Olmsted Falls 17 21 4 16 — 58
Three-point goals: (W) LaMattina, Ryan 3; (OF) Henton 5, Cantrell.
Junior varsity: Westlake, 33-24.

Brecksville 55, Avon Lake 24
AVON LAKE — Shawna Cargill of the Bees (6-3, 4-2 SWC) almost scored as many points as Avon Lake’s seven scorers as Brecksville kept the Shoregals winless. Bridget Lyons led the Shoregals (0-8, 0-7 SWC) with nine points.

BRECKSVILLE (55): Maddox 2-0-4, Clark 3-0-6, Haught 3-2-8, D’Agostino 3-0-6, Scanlon 1-0-2, Wiswieski 0-1-1, Saridakis 2-0-4, Stovall 2-0-4, Cargill 8-2-20. Totals 24-5-55.
AVON LAKE (24): Barnhart 0-1-1, Barnes 1-1-4, Forbes 1-0-2, Palmer 2-0-4, Kenny 1-0-2, Lyons 3-3-9, Nikrant 1-0-2. Totals 9-5-24.
Brecksville  10 15 21 9 — 55
Avon Lake 10 5 5 4 — 24
Three-point goals: (B) Cargill 2; (AL) Barnes.
Junior varsity: Avon Lake, 43-40.

Hudson 74, Elyria 37
HUDSON — The Explorers had 12 scorers as they won their first Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division game. Honesty King led the Pioneers (7-2, 2-2 NOC) with 11 points.

ELYRIA (37): Littlejohn 2-1-5, Oliver 2-0-4, King 4-2-11, Jones 2-3-7, Dotson 2-1-5, Sito 1-2-4, Burrey 0-1-1. Totals 13-10-37.
HUDSON (74): Draper 1-0-2, Kopnisky 2-2-6, Freedman 1-0-2, White 1-1-3, Monsman 3-1-7, Druhan 1-1-4, Hill 1-0-2, Griffiths 2-2-7, Lawson 11-2-24, McCadles 5-0-13, Adams 1-0-2, Watson 1-0-2. Totals 30-9-74.
Elyria  12 8 12 5 — 37
Hudson 9 15 20 30 — 74
Three-point goals: (E) King; (H) Druhan, Griffiths, McCadles 3.
Junior varsity: Hudson, 55-21.

Columbia 75, Buckeye 52
COLUMBIA STATION — Emily Nagle scored a game-high 30 points for the Raiders (5-4, 3-3 PAC), who outscored Buckeye in each quarter in Patriot Athletic Conference action.

BUCKEYE (52): Stybor 3-0-7, A. Urbanic 0-2-2, Hare 3-2-8, K. Joyce 0-4-4, E. Urbanic 3-2-8, M. Joyce 1-3-6, Plummer 1-0-2, Hall 4-2-11, Mesmer 2-0-4. Totals 17-15-52.
COLUMBIA (75): Gibbons 0-2-2, Traut 2-3-7, Nagle 10-8-30, Hughes 0-2-2, Wodarczyk 3-2-8, Ratliff 11-1-25, Faulkner 0-1-1. Totals 26-19-75.
Buckeye  14 10 10 18 — 52
Columbia 22 17 16 20 — 75
Three-point goals: (B) Stybor, M. Joyce, Hall; (C) Nagle 2, Ratliff 2.
Junior varsity: Buckeye won.

Vermilion 55, North Ridgeville 28
NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Anne Hamilton’s game-high 16 points led three Sailors (3-7, 2-3 WSC) in double figures in a West Shore Conference game. Jackie Dickerson paced the Rangers (1-7, 0-5 WSC) with 12 points.

VERMILION (55): Hamilton 6-2-16, Finley 5-1-11, Swinehart 1-1-4, Peterson 4-0-8, Karres 4-2-10, Dawson 0-2-2, Clark 0-2-2, Brown 1-0-2. Totals 21-10-55.
NORTH  RIDGEVILLE (28): Dickerson 5-1-12, Dunlap 2-2-6, Berghaus 0-4-4, Swindell 1-0-2, King 2-0-4. Totals 10-7-28.
Vermilion  15 12 18 10 — 55
North Ridgeville 10 9 4 5 — 28
Three-point goals: (V) Hamilton 2, Swinehart; (NR) Dickerson.
Junior varsity: North Ridgeville, 28-24.

Lake Ridge 51,
Fuchs Mizrach 22

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS — Alex Hansen’s 16 points paced the Lions (5-5, 5-0 NLC) to their Northeast Liberty Conference victory.

LAKE RIDGE (51): Seidel 4-1-9, Hansen 8-0-16, Rangel 4-1-9, DiOrio 2-3-7, Shimko 3-3-9, LaRue 0-1-1. Totals 21-9-51.
FUCHS MIZRACHI (22): Spero 2-0-6, Aeder 0-3-3, Jaffe 4-0-8, Borison 0-1-1, Shoag 1-0-2, Glazer 1-0-2. Totals 8-4-22.
Lake Ridge  19 12 15 5 — 51
Fuchs Mizrachi 7 3 7 5 — 22
Three-point goals: (FM) Spero 2.

HOCKEY
Mayfield 5, Avon Lake 4

GATES MILLS — Michael Dillon, Anthony Lewis, Matt Scott and Alex Bergendahl each scored a goal for Avon Lake in a non-league game at Gilmour Academy on Wednesday.
Dillon also had two assists, while Zack Sherman had one assist for the Shoremen (5-9). Avon Lake goalies Bryan Emery and Tyler Jeske faced a total of 30 shots and made 25 saves.

MAYFIELD 5, AVON LAKE  4
Avon Lake 2 0 2 — 4
Mayfield 2 2 1 — 5
GOALS: (AL) Michael Dillon, Anthony Lewis, Matt Scott, Alex Bergendahl; (M) Nick Lavcheck 2, Kyle Ambrose 2, Christian Gore.
ASSISTS: (AL) Michael Dillon 2, Zack Sherman; (M) Kyle Ambrose 2, Nick Lavcheck, Ian Musgrave 2.
SHOTS ON GOAL: Avon Lake 17; Mayfield 30.
SAVES: (AL) Bryan Emery 16; Tyler Jeske 9; (M) Zach Wentz 13.

Elyria Catholic 6, Normandy 0
PARMA — Richie Baker scored four goals, and Patrick DeSouza had four assists for the Panthers (4-6-1) in non-league action at Ries Arena on Tuesday.
ELYRIA CATHOLIC 6, NORMANDY 0
Elyria Catholic 1 2 3 — 6
Normandy 0 0 0 — 0
GOALS: (EC) Richie Baker 4, Patrick DeSouza, Justin Saunders.
ASSISTS: (EC) Patrick DeSouza 4, Matt Fielding, Mike Freeh 3, Richie Baker, Chris Andrews, Kevin Andrews, Michael Petroff.
SHOTS ON GOAL: Elyria Catholic 23; Normandy 22.
SAVES: (EC) Brad Moore 23; (N) Heym 17.