July 25, 2014

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Girls basketball: EC bests Rocky River in OT

ROCKY RIVER — Josie Carandang’s basket and free throw lifted Elyria Catholic’s girls to a 44-41 overtime win over Rocky River in West Shore Conference action Wednesday.
Norah Hopkins and Jessie Lee also each made a free throw in overtime as the Panthers (10-2, 4-2) outscored the Pirates 26-21 in the second half to force the extra session.
Riley Schill led the winners with 14 points as they prepare to host Bay in another WSC game on Saturday.

ELYRIA CATHOLIC (44): Scarpelli 1-1-3, Carandang 4-1-9, Schill 4-6-14, Hopkins 2-1-6, Horvath 2-0-4, Lee 3-2-8. Totals 16-11-44.
ROCKY RIVER (41): Farling 1-0-2, Popovich 3-4-10, Chiviles 4-3-11, Scott 1-0-2, Grierson 4-3-11, Johanson 2-1-5. Totals 15-11-41.
Elyria Catholic    8    5    15     11    5    — 4    4
Rocky River    10    8    12    9    2    —    41
Three-point goals: (EC) Hopkins.
Lakewood 56,
Midview 32
EATON TWP. — Lindsay Haywood’s 10 points paced the Middies (3-8, 1-5) in a WSC game.

LAKEWOOD (56): Rowell 2-1-6, Barrett 4-0-9, T. Shaw 1-3-5, Greenfield 2-0-4, Donahoe 1-0-3, Kamkutis 1-2-4, M. Shaw 2-0-4, Zakaib 1-0-2, Clause 2-0-4, Hoffert 3-0-7, Milicevic 4-0-8. Totals 23-6-56.
MIDVIEW (32): Plas 3-2-8, Haywood 5-0-10, Rieth 1-0-3, Carlson 0-2-2, Johnson 2-0-6, Linn 1-0-3. Totals 12-4-32.
Lakewood    8    15    22    11    —     56
Midview    7    9    4    12    —    32
Three-point goals: (L) Rowell, Barrett, Donahoe, Hoffert; (M) Rieth, Johnson 2, Linn.
Junior varsity: Lakewood won.
Clearview 42, Oberlin 32
SHEFFIELD TWP. — Tiana Mitchell’s 11 points topped the Clippers (5-5, 5-2) in a Patriot Athletic Conference Stripes Division game as the winners snapped a three-game losing streak.
Emily Capers scored a
game-high tying 11 points for the Phoenix (3-8, 2-6).

OBERLIN (32): Tackett 1-0-2, Lesesne 3-3-9, Capers 5-1-11, McClendon 2-2-6, Cameron 1-0-2, Moore 1-0-2. Totals 13-6-32.
CLEARVIEW (42): Hawthorne 4-0-8, Mitchell 4-1-11, Feicks 1-0-2, Jones 1-0-3, Jasinski 1-0-2, Coleman 1-0-3, Santana 2-1-6, Woods 3-1-7. Totals 17-3-42.
Oberlin    8    5    11    8    —     32
Clearview    7    16    14    5    —    42
Three-point goals: (C) Mitchell 2, Jones, Cloleman, Santana.
Keystone 50, Buckeye 26
YORK TWP. — Freshman McKenah Peters led the Wildcats (5-6, 4-3) with 17 points in a PAC Stars Division game.

KEYSTONE (50): Bonner 1-1-4, Myers 1-0-3, Stefan 2-0-4, Irish 3-1-7, J. Peters 4-3-11, M. Peters 6-2-17, Benko 2-0-4. Totals 19-7-50.
BUCKEYE (26): MIDVIEW (42): Eisenbrown 0-2-2, Styfurak 1-0-3, Koontz 0-2-2, Glancy 3-0-7, Matras 1-0-2, Dash 2-4-8, Gatt 1-0-2. Totals 8-8-26.
Keystone    13    8    16    13    —     50
Buckeye    6    7    9    4    —    26
Three-point goals: (K) Bonner, Myers, M. Peters; (B) Styfurak, Glancy.
Brookside 41,
Wellington 23
SHEFFIELD — Erika Elias scored 18 points to pace the Cardinals (8-5, 6-2), while Ala Hardoby’s eight points topped the Dukes in a PAC Stars Division game.

WELLINGTON (23): Bowman 1-0-2, Hardoby 3-0-8, Buchanon 2-0-4, Rollin 1-3-5, Stumphauzer 2-0-4. Totals 9-3-23.
BROOKSIDE (41): Elias 6-5-18, Vanzant 1-0-2, Behrendt 3-0-6, Bias 2-0-5, Banner 3-0-6, Sanchez 2-0-4. Totals 17-5-41.
Wellington    7    3    0    13    —     23
Brookside    12    9    10    10    —    41
Three-point goals: (W) Hardoby 2; (B) Elias, Bias.
North Olmsted 52,
Avon Lake 36
NORTH OLMSTED — Hannah Grablovic’s 14 points topped the Eagles (1-11, 1-5), and Ali Balthaser’s game-high 16 paced the Shoregals (3-8, 0-6) in Southwestern Conference action.

AVON LAKE (36): Balthaser 6-3-16, Butrey 1-0-2, Winkel 3-0-6, Moore 1-0-2, E. Nicholas 2-2-6, H. Nicholas 2-0-4. Totals 15-5-36.
NORTH OLMSTED (52): Hicks 1-3-6, Diamantis 1-0-2, Grablovic 5-4-14, J. Kemp 1-0-2, S. Kemp 4-1-9, Dailey 2-1-5, Bukala 2-2-6, English 2-4-8. Totals 18-15-52.
Avon Lake    8    10    16    2    —     36
North Olmsted    11    13    6    22    —    52
Three-point goals: (AL) Balthaser; (NO) Hicks.
Brecksville 54,
Amherst 44
BRECKSVILLE — Brooke Wallace (13 points) and Sara Elliott (10) topped the Comets
(4-6, 2-4) in a Southwestern Conference game.

AMHERST (44): Wallace 5-3-13, Elliott 4-0-10, Joseph 2-4-8, Roule 2-0-5, Sliman 1-2-4, Basinski 2-0-4. Totals 16-9-44.
BRECKSVILLE (54): Schentur 7-1-18, Livingston 6—4-16, Leseky 3-2-10, Kananian 3-2-8, Roman 0-2-2. Totals 19-11-54.
Amherst    8    15    11    10    —     44
Brecksville    13    10    17    14    —    54
Three-point goals: (A) Elliott 2, Roule; (B) Schentur 3, Leseky 2.
Junior varsity: Brecksville, 29-26.
Lake Ridge 66,
Christian Community 44
NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Selena Benz and Pella Baker each scored 18 points to lead the Royals (5-4, 2-0) in a Northeast Ohio League game.
Abbey Fossen and Maria Janasko each added 14 points for the winners.
Benz also had 10 steals and seven assists, while Baker had 10 rebounds and Janasko had nine rebounds.
Rebecca Willis and Emily Doane topped the Warriors (7-3, 2-2) with 15 and 10 points, respectively.

CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY (44): Phail 1-0-2, Doeringer 2-0-4, Doane 4-1-10, Varisco 2-0-5, Bailey 3-0-6, Iler 1-0-2, Willis 7-1-15. Totals 20-2-44.
LAKE RIDGE (66): Benz 8-1-18, Fossen 4-5-14, Carey 0-2-2, Baker 6-6-18, Janasko 6-1-14. Totals 24-15-66.
Christian C.S.    7    9    16    12    —     44
Lake Ridge    17    18    19    12    —    66
Three-point goals: (CCS) Doane, Varisco; (LR) Benz, Fossen, Janasko.
Westlake 48, Highland 46
WESTLAKE — Corinne Furci made one of two free throws with four seconds left to play to seal the come-from-behind win for the Demons (11-1) in a
non-conference game.
Furci’s 3-pointer prior to the free throw gave the winners their first lead of the game (47-46) before her heroics came after Westlake kept the Hornets (2-9) from scoring.
Monica Fury led the winners with a game-high 16 points, and Furci added 12, including two
3-pointers.

HIGHLAND (46): Zuro 2-0-4, Peterlin 5-0-11, Profitt 3-3-9, Wiencek 4-4-13, Unaitis 1-0-2, Kirchner 3-0-7. Totals 18-7-46.
WESTLAKE (48): Essig 2-2-6, Hood 2-2-6, Furci 3-4-12, Collins 2-0-4, Fury 5-6-16, Rimko 1-0-2, O’Neill 1-0-2. Totals 16-14-48.
Highland    16    15    5    10    —    46
Westlake    10    11    13    14    —     48
Three-point goals: (H) Peterlin, Wiencek, Kirchner; (W) Furci 2.
Junior varsity: Westlake, 39-22.