AREA COLLEGE ROUNDUP Weekend results
Mansfield 96, Slippery Rock 92, OT
MANSFIELD, Pa. -- Glenn Reepmeyer had 21 points and 16 rebounds, and Jamar Scales scored 20 points, but Slippery Rock fell in overtime Sunday. Matt Schaefer added 16 points, while Joseph Vines had 11 points, and Erroll Robinson eight points and five assists for Slippery Rock (4-12), which shot 55 percent (33-of-60) from the floor. The score was tied 35-all at halftime and 80-80 after regulation. Chris Greene led Mansfield (4-10) with 28 points, while Kevin Hill added 20 and Terrance Williams 18.
Westminster 92, Waynesburg 90
WAYNESBURG, Pa. -- Chauncey Whitlow (Wilson) led all scorers with 19 points on 7-of-10 shooting for the Titans. Whitlow was 3-of-5 on 3-pointers. Steve Bielich added 18 points for Westminster (10-5, 3-0 Presidents' Athletic Conference), while Nick Adams added 17. Dom Joseph (New Castle) finished with 11 points and nine rebounds. The Titans have won nine of their last 10 games. Jeff Nero had 17 points and 13 rebounds for Waynesburg, but missed a shot at the buzzer.
Malone 97, Urbana 78
CANTON -- Tyler Renner led six Malone players in double figures, scoring 20 points, as the Pioneers (12-7, 2-5) won an American Mideast Conference South game. Jesse Schlabach added 18 points for Malone, while Chris Miller scored 16, Shane Humphrey 13 and Linc Rottman 12. Robert Porter led Urbana (7-12, 2-6) with 19 points, while Allen Drake had 17 points and 11 rebounds. Julian Bernard finished with 13 points and Kyle Hopwood scored 10.
Seton Hill 72, Geneva 70
PITTSBURGH -- Brian Hill scored 19 points, but missed a 3-pointer to win it at the buzzer. Hill sank five 3-pointers for the second straight game, but the Golden Tornadoes (8-9) couldn't hold a five-point lead in the final 2 1/2 minutes. Jermaine Ferguson added 18 points and 11 rebounds for Geneva, which led 67-62 with 2:32 remaining. Seton Hill (7-6) was led by Marcus Thompson's 19 points. Thompson's basket with 10 seconds remaining proved to be the game-winning points. Jordan Thomas also scored 19 points, with 15 coming after halftime.
Otterbein 77, Mount Union 61
WESTERVILLE -- Otterbein went on a 19-6 run to open the second half and went on to an easy Ohio Athletic Conference victory. Mount Union (8-7, 3-5) led 36-33 late in the first half before the Cardinals closed with a 5-0 run. Otterbein led 57-42 after its opening rally of the second period. Stu Anglum led the Purple Raiders with 28 points, while Nick Sefscik added 11 and Sam King 10. Otterbein (9-6, 5-3) had five players score in double figures, led by Ross Banaszak's 16.
Mansfield 56, Slippery Rock 48, OT
MANSFIELD, Pa. -- Jessica Uhrich scored 26 points and had 16 rebounds and five assists to lead Mansfield (8-7). Courtney Brooks added 13 points for Mansfield, which trailed 26-19 at halftime but rallied to tie score at 46 after regulation. Slippery Rock (6-9) was led by Chere Marshall's 10 points, but The Rock shot just 31.7 percent (20-of-63) from the floor.
Westminster 68, Waynesburg 60
WAYNESBURG, Pa. -- Desiree Sterling (Newton Falls) scored eight of her team-high 15 points over the final 2:24 to lead the Titans (10-4, 2-1 PAC). Emilee Ackerman also finished with 15 points, while Terese Marszalek added 14 and Gina Brunetti (Mooney) 12. Katie Lewandowski led Waynesburg (6-8, 1-3) with 17 points.
Malone 68, Urbana 50
CANTON -- Cara Shiplett led all scorers with 22 points, making 10-of-11 free throws, to lead Malone (13-7, 5-3 AMC South). Nikki Parson added 13 points and eight rebounds for Malone, which led 30-21 at halftime. Sam Riley scored 10 points to lead Urbana (10-9, 4-4), which shot just 30 percent (19-of-63) from the floor.
Wooster 72, Hiram 64
WOOSTER -- Abbey Gorby (East Palestine) led Hiram with 20 points on 8-of-17 shooting, including 2-of-5 on 3-pointers, but the Terriers couldn't sustain a second-half rally. Cassie Bedard added 18 points and Tania Carman scored 14 for Hiram (5-9, 1-5 North Coast Athletic Conference), which used a 19-9 run to get within 61-58 with 5:47 remaining. But Wooster (8-7, 3-3) responded with eight unanswered points to seal the victory. The Scots were led by Winnie Adrien with 15 points, Beth Sidle with 14, Kim Wenz with 11 and Carly Loehrke with 10.
Vindicator staff reports