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ROUNDUP Brookfield girls post 53-32 win in Div. III



Published: Tue, February 15, 2005 @ 12:00 a.m.



The Warriors eliminated East Palestine with a third quarter rally.

HANOVERTON -- Raquel Brenner connected on four 3-point baskets and finished with 18 points as Brookfield High eliminated East Palestine 53-32 in a girls Division III sectional basketball tournament game Monday at United High School.

Ahead 20-15 at halftime, the Warriors (15-6) pulled away with a 19-11 surge in the third quarter and the Bulldogs (15-6) couldn't recover.

The Warriors were 9-of-19 from 3-point range and they were 20-of-47 overall.

Morgan Bonekovic added 14 points and she pulled down 15 of the Warriors' 30 rebounds. Jacki Rust had 10 points and Rachel Pasquerilla had seven assists.

Samantha Dicello was the only player to score in double figures for the Bulldogs with 17 points.

Crestview 62, Campbell 24

Brianne Phillis poured in 20 points, leading 11 other Crestview players into the scoring column.

The Rebels' (12-9) stingy defense held Campbell to six points in the first quarter, seven in the second, five in the third and six in the fourth as it built a commanding 29-13 lead by intermission.

Ann Unkefer and Bethany Vlaiko had eight points apiece for the Rebels. Maria Rohan place the Red Devils (3-18) with eight points.

Mass. Perry 49, Howland 41

ALLIANCE -- Perry got 12 points from Anne Randulic and 11 from Alivia Myers to upset Howland in a Div. I game at Alliance High School.

The Panthers (7-14) outscored Howland 14-6 in the second quarter to take a 29-19 halftime lead. The Tigers (15-6) rallied to within 37-33 entering the final period.

Ellie Shields led Howland with 11 points and Carolyn Hanshaw added 10.

Akron Hoban 55, Alliance 21

UNIONTOWN -- Alex D'Amico scored 15 points for Hoban in a Div. II game at Lake High School.

The second-seeded Knights (16-5) had 12 players score points. Hoban led 32-10 at halftime.

Alliance (1-20) was led by Allison Gansel with five points.




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