High School sports roundup


Warren JFK 31

Parma Holy Name 14


Alec Rossi ran 18 times for 134 yards to lead JFK. The Eagles (6-1) jumped out to a 24-0 lead that started on a 51-yard pass from Dominic Naples to Robert Seger. Naples also hit Austin Munno for a 9-yard TD reception later in the first quarter. Eric Bofenkamp kicked three extra points and made a 27-yard field goal. Naples finished with 126 yards passing, completing 7 of 11 passes. He carried 10 times for 49 yards. Seger caught four passes for 85 yards. Mark Fordeley added two second-half scoring runs for JFK and finished with 33 rushing yards on 10 carries.

JFK 31, Holy Name 14

JFK 14 10 0 7 — 31

Holy Name 0 0 7 7 — 14

First Quarter

JFK – Robert Seger 51-pass from Dominic Naples (Eric Bofenkamp kcik), 10:02.

JFK – Austin Munno 9-pass from Naples (Bofenkamp kick), 4:38.

Second Quarter

JFK – Bofenkamp 27-field goal, 9:32.

JFK – Mark Fordeley 3-run (Bofenkamp kick), 3:40.

Third Quarter

HN – Allan Medovic 20-run (Donald Stepic kick), 5:30.

Fourth Quarter

JFK – Fordeley 3-run (Bofenkamp kick), 5:42.

HN – John Egizii 32-pass from Mike Messina (Stepic kick), 2:38.


First Downs 17 14

Rushes-Yards 45-234 29-161

Comp-att-int 7-11-0 10-24-0

Passing yards 126 164

Fumbles-lost 0-0 0-0

Penalties-yards 5-41 5-48


RUSHING — JFK: Naples 10-49, Alec Rossi 18-134, Fordeley 10-33, Carl Zallow 2-(-10), Seger 5-28. Holy Name: Andre Husain 8-92, Messina 6-3, Medovic 6-42, Tre Smith 7-21, Mark Keppler 2-3.

RECEIVING — JFK: Seger 4-85, John Hilty 1-25, Munno 1-9, Zach Watt 1-7. Hole Name: John Ehrbar 4-48, Jovan Smiley 2-44, Tre Smith 1-9, Husain 1-29, Egizii 2-34.

PASSING — JFK: Naples 7-11-0, 126. Holy Name: Messina 23-9-0, 13; Medovic 1-1-0, 29.

Southington 31,

Lutheran East 6


The Wildcats won big on the road in a non-conference matchup. No details were reported by press time on Satuday night.


Girard 19-26-11, Hubbard 25-28-25


Macey Sariskay had 12 kills and two aces for Hubbard. Kaylann Garrett added 11 kills and four blocks, while EMily Terry had 18 digs. Marquette Gasser had 34 assists. For Girard (9-11, 6-2 AAC), Callie Jay had 12 kills and Hayley Spalla added 26 assists. Taylor Bell had six points, Marissa Hollis had three aces and McKenzie Teter and Shymara Dykes each had three blocks.

JVs: Hubbard 2-0.

Columbiana 25-25, Springfield 20-12


Shayla Ray had nine kills, seven points and six digs for Columbiana (12-6). Cassidy Stoddard added 15 assists and 11 kills and Bri Gingher had 14 digs, while Lisa Highbury added seven assists. Olivia Williamson had eight points for Springfield (14-6). Morgan Buchenic had five kills and two blocks.

Columbiana 25-25, Struthers 21-9


Cassandra Sampson had 11 digs, three kills and three points for the Clippers. Shayla Ray added five aces and Cassidy Stoddard had 13 assists with eight points. Ashley Heffron had seven points, six kills and an aces, while Lindsey Opritza had three digs, two assists and two points.

Springfield 25-25,Struthers 15-11


Gabby Fellows had eight points, six kills and an ace for Springfield. Olivia Williamson added 10 points and Marissa Buchenic had 17 assists. Halle Smrek had six assists and a kill for Struthers, while Holly Kane had six digs. Ashley Hefferon added five points.

Boardman 25-25-25, Fitch 15-7-20


Megan Volosin had five aces and Lauren Davila added eigth kills for Boardman. Faith Saunders had 30 assists and Lauren Davila had three blocks, while Katie Seeco had three digs. Alana Callahan had 11 digs and two aces for Fitch, while Maura Bianco landed five kills.



Austintown Fitch 3, Norton 0


Nate Bowlen, Ken Kilpatrick and Alex Smith scored for Fitch (13-0). Keanu Shelton had an assist.

Austintown Fitch 2, Beaver Local 1


Scoring for the Falcons were were Terry Worrell and Shane Linton. Alex Smith had an assist.

Lakeview 4, Niles 1


Matt Pasternick, A.J. Miller, Colton Ainsley and Austin Olbrych scored for Lakeview (13-0). Jake Young had two assists and Anthony Sember added another. Chris Pack scored on J.C. Pierko’s assist for Niles (3-11). Clay Becker made four saves for Lakeview, Noah Arvin had 10 for Niles.

JVs: Lakeview 5-1.

Revere 3, Canfield 0


No. 1 ranked in Division II, Revere beat Canfield behind Jordan Marich’s hat trick. Revere had 12 shots on goal while Canfield took seven. Canfield’s goalkeeper, Andrik Massaro and Joel Gerberich for Revere, both had 8 saves.


Canfield 4, Boardman 0


Sophia Mancini scored three goals for Canfield. Bryn Taylor also scored. Kristen Huck three saves for Boardman. Haylee Klacik and Jen Morris added assists for the Cardinals.

Green 2, Fitch 0


Tarah McCausland and Colleen McCombs scored for Green (8-6). Jessica Scott made 15 saves for Fitch (7-7-2).

Staff report

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