prep roundup Saturday’s games


BOYS BASKETBALL

Ursuline 76, Akron Coventry 72, OT

AKRON

Anthony Howell scored 24 points and Vince Denzio 21 to lead the Irish (2-0) to the overtime victory. Dakota Hobbs scored 14.

Maplewood 56, Lakeview 44

CORTLAND

Jake Howell scored 25 points to lead the Rockets (1-0). Zach Dawson netted 14 points. For the Bulldogs (0-2), Chris Muir scored 11 points and Daniel Evans 10.

Lisbon 72, Sebring 67

SEBRING

Justin Sweeney scored 32 points and made five assists and seven steals for the Blue Devils (2-0). Colin Sweeney contributed 14 points and five assists while Branson Brownfield made six rebounds and blocked four shots. Lisbon coach Chris Huckshold won his 100th game.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Howland 52, Kenston 39

HOWLAND

Sara Price scored 22 points and three teammates combined for 18 as the Tigers (3-1) beat the Bombers (2-2). Amber Rodriguez, Kendyl Buckley and Alex Ochman each scored six to aid Howland’s cause. Kayla Clark led the Tigers with seven rebounds.

Ursuline 68, East 23

YOUNGSTOWN

Dayshanette Harris scored 21 points and had nine rebounds while Simone Comer had 21 points and eight boards as the Irish (3-0) overwhelmed the Panthers. Destiny Goodnight added 10 points and Lindsay Bell led Ursuline with 10 rebounds.

Struthers 70, Girard 35

STRUTHERS

Khaylah Brown’s double-double featured 21 points and 10 rebounds for the Wildcats (1-0). Alexis Bury scored 20 points and made five assists while Emily Grandy scored 17 points. For the Indians (1-1), Makayla Trebella scored 17 points and Megan Payich 13.

Brookfield 64, Niles 56

NILES

Kenzie Drapola scored 21 points to lead the Warriors. Also scoring in double figures were Tori Sheehan with 16 points and Bailey Drapola with 14. For the Red Dragona, Amanda Blank scored 27 points and D. Naples 21.

Chardon 54, Canfield 51

CHARDON

Serena Sammarone and Brittany Coonce each scored 16 points to lead the Cardinals (1-2).

Jackson-Milton 62, Southern 28

NORTH JACKSON

Ashley Totani and Kaitlyn Totani each scored 16 points for the Bluejays (3-0), Michaelina Terranova scored 11. For the Indians (0-3), Anna Sevek and Riley FElton each scored 10.

Crestview 54, Sebring 8

SEBRING

Alexis Gates scored 21 points while Emily Ferris scored nine points and made 10 assists and six steals for the Rebels (2-1). Brenna Auer contributed eight points and seven rebounds. For the Trojans, Olivia Woods scored five points.

Columbiana 78, Lowellville 20

LOWELLVILLE

Kayla Muslovski scored 26 points and made seven steals for the Clippers. Also scoring in double figures were Alexis Cross with 12 and Marissa McDonough with 11. She also made seven rebounds. For the Rockets, M. Mangine scored seven points.

Leetonia 34, Western Reserve 17

LEETONIA

Kristy Eckman scored 12 points including eight in the fourth quarter for the Bears. She also made 10 rebounds and three steals. Elizabeth Mills scored eight points. For the Blue Devils, Erica DeZee scored nine points.

West Branch 49, Minerva 26

MINERVA

Natalie Zuchowski scored nine points and made 15 rebounds to lead the Warriors (2-1, 1-0 Northeastern Buckeye Conference. For the Lions (1-1, 0-1), Bri Gassman scored 13 points.

Bristol 27, Cardinal 24

MIDDLEFIELD

Kendyl Switzer scored 11 points for the Panthers.

SWIMMING

The Boardman boys swim team broke two pool records at the Warren Harding pool. In the 100 butterfly, junior Kyle Kimerer swam 52.26, breaking the old mark of 52.39 set in 2012 by Boardman’s Ryan Bailey. In the 400 freestyle relay, Kimerer, freshman Matthew DunLany, freshman Noah Basista and junior Callen Aulizias swam 3:18.28, breaking the old mark of 3:20.18 set at last season’s AAC Championship meet by Boardman swimmers Aulizia, Ethan Schwendeman, Aaron DunLany and Kimerer. Boardman scored 170 points, defeating Wooster (155), Canfield (132) and Warren Harding (68).

Staff report

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