BGMS girls fall
The Boardman Glenwood Middle School eighth-grade girls fell to St. Christine’s 38-11. Ashley Clark led the Lady Spartans with six points. BGMS is now 1-2 on the season.
The seventh-grade girls lost to St. Christine’s 29-20. Leading scorers were Kaylin Burkey (12), Cate Green (4), Jenna Benko (2) and Brooke Hoffman (2). The girls are 2-1.
BGMS down St. Christine
The Boardman Glenwood Spartans eighth-grade boys hoops team improved its record to 3-0 on the young season with a win over St. Christine’s 48-36. Leading the Spartans was Antonio Page with 13, Brian Terlesky with 12 and 9-9 from the free throw line. Jarod Wilson had 11 points, Noah Falleti had six and Tylor Perez had three. Also chipping in was Brad Boerio, Travis Harvey and Alex Cardona.
The seventh-grade boys lost a hard fought game against St. Christine’s 41-40. Che Trevena and Ryan Archey led the way for the Spartans with 12 points each. Nick Torres added eight points while Michael Fetsko scored four. Zach Larrier and Nikitos Missos each had two points.
BGMS girls sweep Berry
Boardman Glenwood’s seventh-grade girls came from behind with 45 seconds lefts to secure a one point victory over an energetic P. Ross Berry team. Leading the team to a 22-21 victory was Cate Green with 14 points. She was joined by Kaylin Burkey (6) and Jenna Banko (2). Leading the defensive efforts were Kara Boerio, Emily Carnahan, Brooke Hoffman, Kailee James, Hannah Nawrocki, Ali Swavel and Jenny Taraszewski. The Lady Spartans are now 3-1.
The BGMS eighth-grade girls basketball team defeated P. Ross Berry 33-10. The Lady Spartans were able to outplay the Panthers and kept them to only 10 points. The team was led by Cassie Stitt with 12 points and Ashley Clark with 11. Also contributing were Riley Zawrotuk (7), Nadine Gabriel (2) and Aniya White with a foul shot. Iyana Cloud showed great defensive efforts along with the rest of the team to pull out a win for the Spartans who are now 2-2.
BGMS boys now 4-0
The Boardman Glenwood Middle School eighth-grade boys basketball team improved to 4-0 this season with a 43-32 win over P. Ross Berry of Youngstown. Leading the team in scoring was Brian Terlesky with 11 points, going for sevent for eight from the free throw line. Noah Falleti and Brad Boerio each had seven points, Antonio Page and Jarod Wilson added six each. Also scoring for the Spartans were Alex Cardona, Billy Cammack, and JuJuante Young.
The seventh-grade boys played tenacious defense to come from behind and beat P. Ross Berry 35-29. Zach Larrier led the scoring with 11 points, while Che Trevena scored nine points in the second half. Also contributing were Nick Torres (6), Ryan Archey (5), Shay Eicher (3) and Nikitas Missos (1). The boys improved to 2-2 on the year.
BGMS girls top Center
The Boardman Glenwood seventh-grade girls won a spirited game against the crosstown rival Boardman Center, 21-15. Leading scorers were Kaylin Burkey (7), Cate Green (7), Brooke Hoffman (4) and Kailee James (3). Defensive standouts were Jenna Benko, Kara Boerio, Emily Carnahan, Hannah Nawrocki, Ali Swavel and Jenny Taraszewski. The Lady Spartans are now 2-0.
The BGMS eighth-grade Lady Spartans fell to Center 23-9. The leading scorer for BGMS was Ashley Clark with six points. The Lady Spartans are now 1-1.
BGMS boys sweep center
The Boardman Glenwood Middle School eighth-grade boys basketball team beat Center 41-39 at the buzzer on a 30-foot shot by Noah Falleti. Falleti had nine points. BGMS was led in scoring by Holden Lipke with 11 points. Jared Wilson had six, Antonio Page, Brian Terlesky and Alex Cardona each had four. Brad Boerio had two and Jujuante Young had one. BGMS is on 2-0.
The seventh-grade boys also defeated Center 31-28. The Spartans were led by Che Trevena, who scored 11 points, and Ryan Archey with six. Also scoring for the Spartans was Zach Larrier (5), Michael Fetsko and Nikitas Missos both scored three, while Shay Eicher had two and Nick Torres scored one. The boys improved 1-1 on the season.
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It’s winter sports season. Your young athletes have already started practicing and games will be starting before the end of this month. It promises to be a great season filled with game-winning shots, wrestling tournaments, strikes and spares, balance beam routines and swim meets.
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