REGIONAL COLLEGES Boardman grad leads Thiel to topple W &amp; amp;J
In the women's game, W & amp;J bested Thiel, 71-62.
GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Thiel College senior forward A.H. Davis, a Boardman High graduate, flirted with a triple-double, finishing with 20 points, 11 rebounds and six assists in the Tomcats' 83-64 rout of Washington & amp; Jefferson College in men's basketball action Wednesday.
With a team-high 17 points, W & amp;J's Nolan Larry became the school's all-time leading scorer, breaking Dave Branchen's record of 1,552 career points.
Mount Union 72, Capital 66
ALLIANCE -- Curtis Stevens scored 25 points and pulled down 12 rebounds for Mount Union, dropping the Crusaders into a tie for first in the Ohio Conference.
Brad Gerard added 18 points for the Purple Raiders (14-8 overall, 9-6 conference).
Jake Beck put in 15, Adam Stolly 13, Tyler Schleich 11 and Geron Tate 10 for Capital (17-5, 12-3).
Grove City 60, Westminster 53
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- Nate Maurer of Grove City (14-7, 5-2) led all scorers with 22 points while adding seven rebounds and a game-high six assists.
Sophomore forward Pat O'Connor scored 12 points for the Titans (9-13, 3-4). Junior guard Mike Hill added a season-high nine points off the bench, while senior center Greg Foster, an Ursuline High product, added team-best totals of nine rebounds and three blocked shots.
Wooster 91, Hiram 58
WOOSTER -- Ryan Snyder scored 17 points and Rodney Mitchell had 15 to lead Wooster.
Matt Smith added 13 points for the Scots (21-1 overall, 13-0 North Coast Conference).
Matt Kersten scored 19 points and David Mayle had 12 for the Terriers (6-16, 4-9).
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- Grove City used a late 9-0 run to rally for a 68-65 victory over Westminster in women's PAC action on Wednesday.
Abby Moose led Grove City (8-12, 5-2) with 17 points.
For Westminster, senior guard Jennifer Petures tied a career-high 23 points.
Washington and Jefferson 71,Thiel 62
GREENVILLE, Pa. -- Freshman guard Leigh Sulkowski scored a game-high 31 points, leading three Presidents in double-digit scoring.
Junior guard Amanda Swanson led Thiel with 25 points, nine rebounds and five steals.