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AREA SCHOOLS Geneva outscores Titans



Published: Wed, February 2, 2005 @ 12:00 a.m.



Bethany edged Lake Erie in two overtimes.

BEAVER FALLS, Pa. -- Rich Kalinoski came off the bench to score a game-high 23 points, leading Geneva College to a 125-116 victory over Westminster on Tuesday.

The score was tied at 95-all when the Golden Tornadoes (13-9) took the lead for good on a 3-pointer by Mike Ross to key a 10-2 run. Geneva led 105-97 with 5:10 and Westminster (13-7) would get no closer than three points the rest of the way.

Dom Joseph paced Westminster with 18 points, while Mark DeMonaco added 17.

Bethany 96, Lake Erie 93, 2 OT

PAINESVILLE -- Bethany let an 18-point lead slip away, but rallied in the waning minutes of overtime.

The Bison (17-3) led 29-11 with 6:39 remaining in the first half, but were outscored 33-15 to tie the score at 44-all early in the second half. The score was tied at 73 after regulation.

In the second overtime, Brandon Duncan sank three free throws with slightly over a minute remaining to give Bethany the lead for good, 94-93.

Duncan scored 31 points to lead Bethany. Matt Drahos added 28 points and a game-best 16 rebounds, while Mike Drahos had 21 points and 12 rebounds.

Harris Jajcan scored 18 points for Lake Erie (9-9).

Women

BEAVER FALLS, Pa. -- Rachel Romance made two free throws with 20 seconds remaining, giving Grove City a 62-60 victory over Geneva.

Jen Rawding's shot at the buzzer missed for the Golden Tornadoes.

Abby Moose led the Wolverines (12-9) with 21 points, while Sandy O'Keefe added 12. Moose also had a team-high nine rebounds.

Rawding finished with 16 points for Geneva (9-10), while Steve Goist added 12 and Ali Cananzi scored 11, all of them in the second half. Allyson Clark finished with 10 rebounds and Cananzi had seven assists.

Wooster 71, Hiram 54

HIRAM -- Cassie Bedard led Hiram with 16 points, five rebounds, and two blocked shots in a North Coast Athletic Conference game.

Valerie Goudy and Allison Davis each scored eight points, and Amanda Hummel finished with seven for the Terriers (6-13, 1-10 NCAC). Goudy also had two assists, while Davis had four rebounds, and Hummel had four rebounds and three assists. Debbie Barb also had five rebounds.

Allegheny 99, Oberlin 74

MEADVILLE, Pa. -- Allegheny won its seventh straight, as Valery Medwid led the way with 17 points.

The Gators (14-5, 7-4 NCAC) have won 10 of their last 11 games.

Meredith McDonough added 10 points and eight rebounds.




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