A Page -- Jan. 6, 2010

Avon Holy Trinity champions of the Candy Cane Tourney.

Front Row (L-R):  Dylan Smolen, Ty Howard, Colin Dedek, Riley Docherty, Corey Dedek

Back Row:  Assistant Coach Mike Stump, Brandan Lerch, Ben Gauthier, Alex Stump, Jack Schaffer, Bobby Kaleel, Head Coach Dave Schaffer.


Avon Holy Trinity 7th grade 

boys’ basketball team wins 

its own Holy Trinity Candy 

Cane Tournament 

Championship

Jan. 6, 2010 

From Student/Athlete-Cleveland Wire Services

Holy Trinity's 7th Grade Boys won the Avon Holy Trinity Candy Cane CYO Basketball Tournament Championship last night by defeating St. Angela's of Fairview Park by a score of 41 – 29 in the title game.  

 

Alex Stump led all scorers with 18 points while Brandon Lerch added 13 points.  Jack Schafer and Ben Gauthier both contributed with 4 points and Corey Dedek added 2 points. 

 

“Dylan Smolen, Colin Dedek, Ty Howard and Riley Docherty all played outstanding defense, executed the offense and played important roles as did injured Bobby Kaleel,” said Mike Stump, one of HTS’ coaches.

 

They won four games in this tournament before advancing and winning the championship game for a final record of 5-0. Holy Trinity averaged 35 points per game over the five games, while the opposing teams averaged 21 points, thanks to sound defensive play by the entire unit.

 

The team is coached by Dave Schafer and Mike Stump.

 

The Holy Trinity 7th Grade Team has also started out 4-0 in their league played in Cuyahoga County Division. “


NCAC roundup -- Olmsted 

Falls' Pat Pellerite has big 

week in tourney for Battling 

Bishops


By Sue Penicka


WESTLAKE -- Wabash's Wes Smith was named Player of the Week in the North Coast Athletic Conference for men's basketball.


Player of the Week - Wes Smith, Wabash
Games Played: 1
Points: 31 (31.0 per game)
Rebounds: 10 (10.0 per game)
Assists: 2 (2.0 per game)
Steals: 0
Blocks: 0
Junior Wes Smith (Indianapolis, IN/Lawrence North) scored a season-best 31 points as Wabash defeated
Franklin, 91-61. In the first half alone, he posted 15 points and nine boards. Smith finished with 10 rebounds
and two assists.



North Coast Athletlic Conference play resumes with every squad seeing action in the coming week. Allegheny (1-0, 4-5) and Kenyon (0-2, 3-7) tip things off with a Tuesday evening tilt in Gambier. The following day, Denison (2-0, 2-9) and Wittenberg(1-1, 9-2) entertain Oberlin (0-2, 4-7) and Ohio Wesleyan (0-2, 3-7), respectively. Friday evening, Hiram (2-0, 5-5) puts its perfect conference mark on the line at Wabash (0-2, 5-5) while the Gators visit Earlham (1-1, 3-8).

The week wraps up with five NCAC contests on Saturday: Allegheny at Wabash, Kenyon at Wooster (3-0, 8-4), Oberlin at Wittenberg, Hiram at Earlham and Denison at Ohio Wesleyan.

At the Marietta Shrine Tournament, OHIO WESLEYAN lost to Guilford, 79-72, and Grove City, 61-53. Sophomore Pat Pellerite (Olmsted Falls, OH/Olmsted Falls) led the way against Guilford with 15 points, while freshman Andy Winters (Columbus, OH/BishopWatterson) topped the Battling Bishops wtih 14 versus the Wolverines. Yesterday at Roanoke’s Morris Cregger Invitational, OWU defeated the hosts, 74-55, behind sophomore Tim Brady’s (Dublin, OH/Jerome) 25-point effort. The Battling Bishops are set to face Defiance in the championship game today ...

[ Tim Brady ]

Olmsted Falls' Pat Pellerite

ALLEGHENY went 0-2 at the Land of Magic Tournament in Daytona Beach, Florida. Senior George Raftis (Pittsburgh, PA/Sewickley Academy) totaled 32 points and 18 rebounds as the Gators lost to Wartburg, 84-79, and Carroll, 80-67. He posted his second double-double of the season versus the Pioneers with 15 points and 11 boards ... 

Junior Larry Farmer (Gurnee, IL/Warren Twp.) averaged 15 points and 7.5 rebounds as DENISON fell to Capital (81-48) and Otterbein (87-71) at the Smokey Ballenger Classic hosted by the Cardinals ... 

EARLHAM’s only action in the past two weeks was an 80-58 loss to Anderson on Dec. 21. Ryan Taylor (Martinsville, IN/Martinsville) led the Quakers with 12 points ... 

KENYON also had only one game in the past two weeks, losing to Capital, 86-55, yesterday. Senior Dave Knapke (Westerville, OH/St. Francis DeSales) recorded a double-double with 17 points and 13 rebounds ... 

A three-pointer at the buzzer lifted Case Western Reserve over OBERLIN in the first game of 2010 for both squads yesterday afternoon. The Yeomen, who also fell to Anderson, 84-61, on Dec. 30, were led by Andrew Fox (Tempe, AZ/Corona Del Sol). Fox contributed 18 points against the Ravens, then posted a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds versus the Spartans ... 


Junior Wes Smith (Indianapolis, IN/Lawrence North) scored a season-best 31 points as WABASH defeated Franklin, 91-61. In the first half alone, he posted 15 points and nine boards. Smith finished with 10 rebounds and two assists ... 

WITTENBERG won the title at its own Charles B. Zimmerman Classic, hosted by the Springfield Kiwanis. Senior Gregg Hill (Farmington Hills, MI/Redford Union) was named tournament MVP, and senior Mark Snyder (Celina, OH/Parkway) was also named to the all-tournament team. The Tigers are undefeated in six home games this season ... 

Junior guard Ian Franks (Greenwich, OH/South Central) led WOOSTER to the title of the 47th annual “Mose” Hole/Wooster Kiwanis Classic. He was the top scorer in both games for the Fighting Scots, finishing with 39 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and three steals, and was tourney MVP.


Baldwin-Wallace Men Defeat 

Mt. Union, 82-61, in Berea 

for Fourth Straight Victory; 

Meeder Leads Trio of Double-

Figure Scorers that Includes 

Strongsville's Brown, 

Elyria's Cabbil

By Nick Minerd

BEREA, OHIO --  Junior guard Zane Meeder (Erie, Pa./ Fairview) scored a game-high 19 points as the Baldwin-Wallace College men’s basketball team defeated Ohio Athletic Conference arch-rival Mount Union College, 82-61, tonight (Wednesday, January 6, 2010) in Berea. The victory was a season-high fourth straight for the Yellow Jackets (8-5 overall, 3-3 in the OAC).

Zane Meeder

In addition to Meeder for B-W, three others scored in double-figures including senior forward Kyle Brown (Strongsville) and sophomore guard Promis Cabbil (Elyria/ Senior) with 14 apiece. The Purple Raiders (5-8 overall, 3-3 OAC) were led by Matt Wier with 16 points and have lost five straight games.
The Yellow Jackets shot 54.9 percent from the field and hit their first 12 free throws en route to shooting 87.9% (20-for-23) from the charity stripe.

Promis Cabbil


B-W led the entire first half with the exception of the first 38 seconds. The Jackets had four leads of six points and got off to a 10-4 advantage when Meeder scored on a layup at the 14:18 mark.

Wellington's Brandon Schmidt


Mount Union got as close as one on two separate occasions, the last coming with 1:42 remaining when Jimmy Wood made a pair of free throws to make the score 24-23. B-W scored the final five points of the half and moved ahead 29-23 on a layup from freshman guard Brandon Schmidt (Wellington) at 00:56.

Cabbil

In the second half, Mount Union opened on a 6-0 run ending in two Sam King free throws that tied the score at 29 at the 18:26 mark. B-W responded with an 11-4 run and led by seven, at 40-33, when freshman forward Ed Householder (North Jackson/ Tallmadge) canned a triple with 14:42 left to play. Following a Raider basket at 13:06, the Yellow Jackets blew the game open with a 25-8 run that made the score 65-43 with 6:21 remaining. The run was highlighted by 10 points from Brown. B-W’s largest lead of 23 came when a Meeder layup made the score 82-59 with 00:44 left on the clock.

The Yellow Jackets are back in action on Saturday, Jan. 9 when they travel to New Concord, Ohio to play OAC foe Muskingum University in the Muskingum HPER Center at 3:00 p.m. The next men’s home game is on Wednesday, Jan. 13 when B-W hosts Ohio Northern University in the Ursprung Gymnasium at 7:30 p.m.

Media and fans can listen LIVE to all Yellow Jacket men’s and women’s basketball games on campus radio station WBWC, 88.3 FM, and via the Internet at www.wbwc.com.

In addition, the upcoming February 20, 2010 game versus Otterbein College will be taped by S&S Video Productions and telecast on SportsTime Ohio.  The Feb. 20 game also is the Second Annual “Take a Kid to the Game” Day. For more information on that game, please call Meg Carney in the B-W Athletic Department at 440-826-2140 or visit the “Take a Kid to the Game” web site atwww.bw.edu/athletics/takeakid10.


Oberlin Lets One Slip Away at Denison
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By Mike Mancini

Granville, Ohio – The Oberlin College men’s basketball team led for the majority of the game, unfortunately it was not on top when the final horn went off as Denison University came-from-behind to upend the Yeomen 76-69 on Wednesday night. 

Sophomore Marcus Johnson led the Oberlin scoring attack with 19 points, while freshman Andrew Fox added a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds. Sophomore Josh Merritt also contributed 12 points in the loss.

“This is a game we need to learn from and grow as a team,” Head CoachIsaiah Cavaco said. “We need to get that killer instinct and finish off teams when we have them down.”

The Yeomen claimed a 43-33 advantage within the first two minutes of the second half, but the Big Red would not go away quietly as they battled back to eventually take a 54-53 lead with just over eight minutes left to play. After a few more lead changes, Denison would build its cushion to seven, 66-59, with 2:16 remaining and the Yeomen would get no close than three points the rest of the way as the Big Red went 10-of-11 at the free throw line in the closing minutes. 

Oberlin (4-8, 0-3 NCAC) led nearly the entire first half and a 17-7 run gave them a 26-15 advantage with 5:30 left in the session, but Denison fought back to get within four, 36-32, at the break. 

Denison (3-9,3-0 NCAC) made Oberlin pay for every mistake, cashing in 22 points off of 20 Yeomen turnovers. On the flipside, OC created just eight turnovers, which led to just seven points. 

The Yeomen out-shot Denison 51.1-percent (23-of-45) to 35-percent (21-of-60). 

It was also tightly-called contest throughout as the Big Red made 37 trips to the free throw line – making 26 for a 70.3-percent success rate. The Yeomen hoisted 25 charity tosses – converting 18 for 72-percent. 

Oberlin will look to get back on track on Saturday afternoon when it travels to Wittenberg for a 4 p.m. tip.

 Maggie Berry


River tops St. Joe's in OT; 

Jaguars hold Molly McNally 

to seven; Alex Austin and 

Maggie Berry combine for 19 

boards

Jan. 6, 2010

By Norm Weber

Student/Athlete-Cleveland Editor

 

 

Norm_nfun@yahoo.com

 

 

WEST PARK – St. Joseph Academy and Rocky River were in quite a basketball battle tonight, with the Pirates emerging victorious in overtime, 46-42.

 

“We had a great game defensively,” said St. Joe coach Marianne Mangan. “We held their top scorer (Molly McNally) to only seven points. We just had two many fouls.”

Alex Austin

 

Four of McNally’s seven points came at the foul line and the other one on a trey.

 

Maggie Berry and Alex Austin combined for 19 rebounds for the Jaguars.

 

“It was an awesome game,” Mangan said. “We are playing well against good teams.”



St. Ignatius' Mark Myers, a 

quarterback for Team USA, 

now knows who he will be 

playing against


WORLD TEAM HEAD COACH 

JAN JENMERT NAMES 43 

PLAYERS TO ROSTER TO 

FACE USA FOOTBALL'S 

TEAM JAN. 30 


By Mike Preston
International Federation of American Football


PARIS, FRANCE - WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6 - World team head coach JAN JENMERT and his coaching staff has selected 43 players from eight countries and four continents to face USA Football's junior national team at Lockhart Stadium in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday, January 30.
 
The game will match an eventual 45-man World team composed of the best players aged 19 and under selected from International Federation of American Football (IFAF) member countries against 45 of the top high school seniors from the United States. More information can be found at the event website:www.USAvWorld.com/2010 and at www.IFAF.org

The local representative will be St. Ignatius quarterback Mark Myers.

Iggy's Mark Myers

NFL Network will provide live coverage of the game, which is designated an official Pro Bowl Week event by the NFL, at 12 noon ET on January 30.  The game will follow AFC and NFC Pro Bowl practices, which conclude earlier that day, and admission to both events is free.
 
The World team roster is comprised of players representing American Samoa (2), Australia (1), Canada (31), France (1), Germany (1), Japan (3), Mexico (1) and Sweden (3), who were selected from a provisional list of 100 players nominated by IFAF federations.  They will practice nine times while in Fort Lauderdale from January 24-29.
USA vs World logo
 
"Selecting only 45 players from the list of quality players who were recommended is a difficult task, but I believe we have assembled a balanced group who will be competitive," said coach Jenmert, who is also head coach of the Sweden junior national team.  
 
"We listened to the opinions of coaches from around the world, watched film and measured each player's personal strengths to make our selections and now look forward to coming together as a unit for the first time on January 24 to prepare to face USA Football's Team USA."

 
The World squad includes 22 players who starred at the 2009 IFAF Junior World Championship (JWC) in Canton, Ohio, when Canada won the silver medal; Japan took bronze with a win over Mexico and Germany finished as the best-placed European competitor.  
 
Among those who impressed in Canton is World team and Vanier College quarterback JEREMI DOYON-ROCH, who completed 33 of 56 attempts for 423 yards and 4 touchdowns in three games as Canada's starter.
 
"It is a great honor to be part of this elite team and event, which will showcase some of the best players in the world," said Doyon-Roch.  "It is a once in a lifetime experience that I will make good use of.  It will be another great opportunity for me to measure myself against the American elite of my age and having played against Team USA in Canton, I know it should be a fast and high intensity game." 
  
Among his receiving targets will be Japanese wideout JUMPEI YOSHIMOTO of Ritsumeikan University and Canadian ALEX ANTHONY from Laurier University, who both scored fourth quarter touchdowns when on opposite sides in a thrilling IFAF JWC semi final in July that Canada edged 38-35. 
Australia Nationals 
 
"That was the greatest moment of my football career to date," said Anthony, whose 33-yard scoring catch with 1:06 remaining in the game broke Japanese hearts after Yoshimoto had scored on the previous possession, also with a 33-yard grab.  "I am very excited to play with players such as Jumpei, who was very fun to watch in Canton this past summer.  Playing on the same side of the ball as Jumpei, and other teammates will give us a winning combination to compete to our fullest potential."
 
Defensively, the World team will feature German BJÖRN WERNER, a highly recruited lineman who plays at the Salisbury School in Connecticut having first played football for the Berlin Adler in his native Germany five years ago.  Werner will soon commit to one of the many schools that have recruited him: Miami, Florida, Florida State, Maryland, Oregon and California.
 
Anchoring the defensive line will be JESSE WILLIAMS, an indigenous Australian from Arizona Western College who first played down under for the Bayside Ravens and the Queensland Sun Devils State Team
 
"I look forward to the experience of playing in front of a much larger crowd than I'm used to and to show the world that indigenous Australians can play the game physically," said Williams.
 
Indigenous Australians are descendants of the original inhabitants of the Australian continent and nearby islands distinguished as either Aboriginal people or Torres Strait Islanders.  Williams' Aboriginal descendents are from the Wuthathi Tribe and Seven Rivers people in Far North Queensland and his Torres Strait Island descendents are from Moa Island and Thursday Island in Torres Strait.  His great grandfather is a Torres Strait Island elder.

American Samoa will be ratified as the 58th member of IFAF at the organization's annual Congress in 2010 and has provided two players to the World team.  Linebacker TAVITA KATINAplayed in American Samoa's 49-6 victory over Australia on January 3 and is joined by fellow linebacker BECK COULTER, who played for four years at Leone High School in American Samoa.  He now lines up for Trinity (TX) Community College, while Katina plays for Marist High School in his home country.

  
USA Football's Team USA head coach CHRIS MERRITT of Miami Christopher Columbus High School has also announced the majority of players selected for his 45-man roster.  Many have verbally committed to college football programs across eight athletic conferences.  The Southeastern Conference (SEC) has the most Team USA verbal commitments at present with seven, followed by the Pac-10 with five and Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) with four. 
 
Merritt was the 2009 USA Football Junior National Team's defensive backs coach that earned a gold medal in Canton, Ohio, this past July in the eight-nation IFAF Junior World Championship.

Collin Oliva misses 300 game 

by 11 pins, but still notches 550 

series as North Ridgeville 

remains unbeaten with win over 

Amherst


Jan. 6, 2010

 

By Norm Weber

Student/Athlete Cleveland Editor

 

Norm_nfun@yahoo.com

 

LORAIN – North Ridgeville High School’s boys’ varsity bowling team remained undefeated and at the top of the North Shore High School Bowling League with tonight’s 2.638-2546 win over Amherst here at Rebman’s.

 

Collin Oliva missed a 300 game by 11 pins, rolling a 289 in his second game for the Rangers. He led all bowlers with a 550 two-game series as he also rolled a 261 in his first game.

 

The top four guys for Ridgeville all had double 200 games for plus-400 series. Ricky Cayet posted a 235 game and 457 series.

 

Matt Andrews was the top dog for Amherst, rolling consistently with a 235 and a 231 for a 466 series. Drew Moore had a high game with a 242 for the Comets.

 Boys Varsity:

North Ridgeville
Brandon Becka  -- 225 (225)
Ricky Cayet  235-222 (457)
Adam Kotas 226-221 (447)
Collin Oliva 261-289 (550)
Mike O'Sullivan  151 - (151)
Joe Sas  204-228 (432)
Game 1 Total  1077
Game 2 Total  1185
Baker Game 1 195
Baker Game 2 181
Grand Total Pins  2638
 
Amherst
Matt Andrews 235-231 (466)
Steven Loos  215-204 (419)
Drew Moore 215-242 (457)
Murray Petkovsek 192 - (192)
Bob Seuzs -- 205 (205)
Brandon Stanko  192-201 (393)
Game 1 Total 1049
Game 2 Total 1083
Baker Game 1 223
Baker Game 2 181
Grand Total Pins  2546


 
Both JV teams win for Rangers; 

Alex Gravely and Matt Sas pace 

boys, Leiah Malinkey has top 

scores for girls 



Jan. 6, 2010

 

By Norm Weber

Student/Athlete Cleveland Editor

 

Norm_nfun@yahoo.com

 

LORAIN – For the second time in three nights, North Ridgeville High’s bowling teams were triple winners. At Rebman’s tonight, the JV boys team beat Amherst, 2223-1845, while the girls’ team rolled a combined pin total of 1,545 and won by forfeit as the Comet’s have no girls JV outfit.

 

Two JV boys hit the 400 mark for the Rangers with Alex Gravely setting the pace with a two-game total of 405 while Matt Sas totaled an even 400. Gravely also had high game with a 224.

 

The Comet JVs had Joe Cendrosky with a 344, including a team-high 205 game. Sas’s high game was 218.

 

For the Ridgeville gals, Leiah Malinkey had a team-high 313 series and team-best 167 game.

Boys JV
North Ridgeville
Alex Gravely  181-224 (405)
Scott Bednarsky 168-194 (362)
Logan Gedeon 155 - (155)
Ryan Kordish  167-193 (360)
Matt Sas   218-182 (400)
Game 1 Total  889
Game 2 Total  949
Baker Game 1  181
Baker Game 2  204
Grand Total Pins   2223
 
Amherst
Joe Cendrosky  205-139 (344)
Cody Congelio  150  -  (150)
Rich Csizmadia 150 - (150)
Michael Halasa  -  132 (132)
Anthony Jones  176-146 (322)
Justin Lipps 156-151 (307)
Travis Dongracz  - 151 (151)
Game 1 Total   837
Game 2 Total  719
Baker Game 1  159
Baker Game 2  130
Grand Total Pins   1845
 
Girls JV
North Ridgeville
Meaghan Hogue  116-114 (230)
Jessica Keaton  122-94 (216)
Kari Cook  129-103 (232)
Stacy Bohr 119-102 (221)
Leiah Malinkey  167-146 (313)
Game 1 Total  653
Game 2 Total  559
Baker Game 1   198
Baker Game 2   135
Grand Total Pins     1545

SJA Swim Team is Breaking 

Records; Angela Neff named 

Jaguar Swimmer of the Week

 

Jan. 6, 2010

 

By Jennifer Reeder

 

Senior Angela Neff was selected as this week’s Saint Joseph Academy Swimmer of the Week. Neff improved both her 500 and 200-yard freestyle times at the Bedford and the Walsh/CVCA meet, shaving seconds off her season best both times.

 

“She is consistently pushing herself to the limit,” said Jaguar coach Stephanie Markley. “She is very reliable and always sets a good example for her teammates. Angela’s doing a great job for us.”

 

In other swimming news, at the University of Akron this past weekend, sophomore Emma Ryan broke the 100 free record previously held by SJA alumna Lindsay Wolff. Ryan also was part of the 400-yard Relay team that shattered yet another school record. Other members of that relay team are Jessica Walsh-Frazier, Lindsey Jackowicz and India Munday.

For more on SJA athletics visit http://www.sja1890.org/news/.


B-W Women hoopesters hand 

15th-Ranked and Previously 

Unbeaten Mt. Union first 

defeat, 65-53, in Alliance



Jan. 6, 2010

By Kevin Ruple


BEREA, OHIO --  Junior All-Ohio Athletic Conference forward Amanda Schroeder (Columbus Grove) scored a game-high 22 points as the Baldwin-Wallace College women’s basketball team defeated 15th-ranked and previously unbeaten Mount Union College, 65-53, tonight (Wednesday, January 6, 2010) in the McPherson Academic and Athletic Complex in Alliance.  The victory was the fourth straight for the Yellow Jackets, now 9-4 overall and 5-1 in the OAC, while the Mt. Union, now 12-1 overall and 5-1 in the OAC, lost for the first time this season after its best start ever. 

Amanda Schroeder scores game-high 22 in Jacket upset

In addition to Schroeder for B-W, sophomore forward Nancy Coulter (Washington Court House/ Miami Trace) scored a career-high 15 points.  Katie Crider came off the bench to lead Mt. Union with 12 points.

Crider,Katie.JPG

Brunswick almuna Katie Crider leads all Mount scorers 

In the first half, B-W jumped out to a quick 7-0 lead at the 17:54 mark when Schroeder made a three-pointer. Mt. Union then outscored B-W 6-0 to close to 7-6 with 16:47 left when freshman guard Rosa LaMattina made a layup. B-W then outscored the Purple Raiders 20-11 to lead by 10 points at 27-17 and for the first of three times in the first stanza when Schroeder made two foul shots. The Jackets also led at halftime, 34-27..

In the second half, BW increased its lead to 11 points at 38-27 with 19:05 left when Coulter made a jumper that was assisted by Schroeder. The lead grew to a high of 14 points at 47-33 with 11:35 remaining when Schroeder stole the ball and made a layup. Mt. Union then outscored B-W 15-5 to get as close as 52-48 with 5:32 left when sophomore guard Kori Wiedt made a three-pointer. But B-W pushed the lead back t 12 points by the final buzzer.  

This Saturday, January 9, the B-W women are back in action versus Muskingum University in the Rudolph Ursprung Gymnasium in the Lou Higgins Center at 3:00 p.m. This Saturday’s game will be taped by S&S Video Productions and telecast on SportsTime Ohio. Times of the broadcasts on STO are on Jan. 9 at 7:30 p.m., on Jan. 10 at 5:00 a.m. and again at 12:00 noon and on Jan. 11 at 7:00 a.m.  In addition, B-W’s Jan. 16 contest versus Otterbein College will be telecast on SportsTime Ohio.

Also, the Jan. 16 game also is the Second Annual “Take a Kid to the Game” Day. For more information on the “Take a Kid to the Game” Day, please call Meg Carney in the B-W Athletic Department at 440-826-2140 or visit the “Take a Kid to the Game” web site at www.bw.edu/athletics/takeakid10.



Media and fans can listen LIVE to all Yellow Jacket men’s and women’s basketball games on campus radio station WBWC, 88.3 FM, and via the Internet at www.wbwc.com.

Vermilion native and a  Jacket point guard Ali Stack


Amherst's Kayla Thompson

rolls a 377, but it is not enough 

as Ridgeville remains unbeaten

Jan. 6, 2010

Cassie Pawlak rolled a 371 series to lead North Ridgeville varsity past Amerhst  tonight, 1,8-73-1,810. Amherst's Kayla Thompson had match-high series with a 377 for the Comets.

Becca Lamb            150-167    =    317
Devan Freeman        154-143    =    297
Heather Hill              158-X        =   158
Tabitha Hill               180-185    =    365
Cassie Pawlak          197-174    =    371
Ashley Schoonover       X -200    =    200
 
game totals                839-869    =   1708
baker games               139-126    =     265
total                                                 1973
 
Amherst Scores:
 
Allison Flock                147-112    =    259
Kayla Thompson           219-158    =    377
Kelly Turner                   123-157   =    280
Chelsea Dettorie            141-146    =    287
Karissa Lisicky              167-151    =    318
 
game totals                    797-724    =   1521
baker games                  157-132    =      289
total                                                    1810



 






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