A Page -- Dec. 11, 2010


Dugger, Telzrow, Staton, Trushel 

bombs help Gilmour bury 

Laurel; Dugger holds Gators' 

Guy to two points

Dec. 11, 2010

By Norm Weber

Student/Athlete-Cleveland Editor

Normweber@studentathletecleveland.com

GATES MILLS – Gilmour Academy’s basketball team took early command this afternoon and never let the momentum slip away on the way to a 71-35 win over Laurel School for Girls here in the Gilmour Athletic Center on the campus of the Academy.

When it was evident that Laurel was going to take away the inside game, Gilmour went to its guards, who nailed eight three-pointers, including four early in the second half that put away the game early.

Gilmour jumped out to a quick 6-0 lead with baskets by Brittany Layton, Abby Deckard, and Calla Telzrow.

Laurel was aided with four successful free throws in the first quarter and then pulled to with three, 9-6, when Jenna Bailey went coast-to-coast with a loose ball.


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The Lancers then went on a 7-0 run to open up their first 10-point lead, holding a 16-6 advantage going into the second quarter. An old-fashioned three-point play by Jessica Janota highlighted the run.

After the two clubs traded baskets on a few transitions in the second quarter, Melanie Trushel came off the bench and hit two consecutive threes to give Gilmour a 26-12 lead midway through the second.

Trushel

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Gilmour’s Rachel Staton hit her second three of the afternoon, but that was traded for one by Laurel’s Alexis Guy, also in the waning moments of the first half, which ended with Gilmour holding a 30-17 lead.

Telzrow

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Right at the onset of the second half, the Lancers opened up their biggest lead up to that point when they went on a 21-0 run to start the second half on the backbone of the three-point shooting of Telzrow and Kelsey Dugger, who combined for four threes (two each) in the run, which also had Layton give her three cents worth with an old fashioned three-point play.

Defensively, the Lancers kept forcing the Gators to throw up bricks in the third quarter, keeping the shutout intact until a minute and a half remained and Naja Davis finally came up with a deuce for the guests.

While Dugger had the long-rang gun powdered, it as her defensive assignment that shone the most in this one. Her job was to guard Guy, who has been averaging nearly 30 points per game.

Dugger

 Listen to post-game interview, conducted by Norm Weber, with Gilmour Student/Athlete Kelsey Dugger from today’s Lancer-Gator game, by clicking and downloading

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Dugger, whose dad played for Gilmour coach Bob Beutal at Eastlake North High in the 1970s and who is only a freshman, carried the defensive task with an A, holding guy down to two points.

Gilmour held a robust 54-19 lead at the ¾ mark of the game.

The Lancers led by as many as 37 points in the fourth quarter

 Raider men outlasted by Capital

December 11, 2010 

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Capital erased an eight-point second half deficit with a 16-3 run to edge Mount Union, 74-70, in an Ohio Athletic Conference men's basketball game Saturday in Columbus.


Tyler Munro hit five three-pointers and had 19 points and D.J. Frazier had 13 points but it was the bench for Capital (6-2, 2-1 OAC) led by 14 from Kelly Winter and 11 from Spencer Niekamp that made the difference and outscored the Purple Raiders reserves 35-10.


Mount Union (2-6, 1-2 OAC) got season-high 20-point efforts from Jimmy Wood (Wintersville/Indian Creek) and Matt Wier (New Castle, Pa./Mohawk) while Dave Pellerite (Olmsted Falls/Olmsted Falls) had 15 points.

Olmsted Falsl alum Dave Pellerite


The Raiders led the entire first half and took a 38-35 lead into halftime.  That lead extended to 43-35 on a Wier layup with 18:28 to play before Capital went on its decisive run.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Brunswick alum Kyle Payne scores


25 to be a "Major Payne" to 


Wilmington, and charge B-W win


Dec. 11, 2010


By Kevin Ruple


BEREA – Freshman forward Kyle Payne (Brunswick) scored 25 points as the Baldwin-Wallace College men’s basketball team defeated Ohio Athletic Conference rival Wilmington College, 92-82, today (Saturday, December 11, 2010) in the Fred Raizk Arena in Wilmington.  In the game, the two teams combined for 60 fouls and connected on 74-of-83 free throws for 89.1 percent.



In addition to Payne for B-W, now 3-4 overall and 2-1 in the OAC, senior guard Zane Meeder (Erie, Pa./ Fairview) and freshman guard Kevin Krakowiak (Valley City/ Parma Heights Holy Name) each scored 13 points and junior All-OAC guard Promis Cabbil (Elyria/ Senior) and sophomore guard Ben Umbel (Poland/ Seminary) each had 10 markers. The Yellow Jackets connected on 39-of-46 free throws for 85%.  For Wilmington, now 3-4 overall and 1-2 in the OAC, junior forward Tyler White scored 18 points, junior guard Antonio Bowman had 16, freshman forward Malcom Heard II had 12 and sophomore guard Taylor Wellman had 10. The Quakers made 35-of-37 free throws for 94.6%.

Holy Name alum Kevin Krakowiak 

In the first half alone there were 34 fouls called, 46 foul shots, 40 made foul shots, 12 ties and three lead changes.  After three ties, B-W gained a 10-6 lead at the 13:58 mark when freshman center Aaron Selmek (Delaware/ Columbus St. Francis deSales) made a pair of foul shots.  After Wilmington tied the game at 10-10 and 12-12, the Yellow Jackets outscored the Quakers 10-3 to build their largest lead of the first stanza at 22-15 with 10:07 left when Meeder made a pair of foul shots.

Wilmington then came back with an 8-1 run to tie the game again at 23-23 with 8:42 left when Bowman made two foul shots. After the eighth tie, B-W gained a three-point lead at 33-30 with 4:09 left when sophomore guard Ben Umbel (Poland/ Seminary) scored on a layup. Undaunted, Wilmington’s White scored, was fouled and made the free throw at the 3:32 mark for a 33-33 tie. Then, after ties at 35-35 and 38-38, the Yellow Jackets scored the final four points of the first half, including a layup by Meeder with three seconds left for a 42-38 lead at the intermission.

In the second half, B-W regained its seven-point lead at 45-38 when freshman guard Kevin Krakowiak (Valley City/ Parma Heights Holy Name) made a long three-pointer with 19:18 left. After Wilmington closed to within 47-45, B-W scored five straight points at regained its seven-point advantage at 52-45 when Meeder stole the ball and made a layup with 16:40 remaining.

The Quakers then went on a 6-0 run to pull to within one point at 52-51 with 15:05 left when White made a jump shot.  After B-W rebuilt its lead to four points at 57-53, Wilmington gained its first lead of the second stanza at 58-57 when sophomore guard Taylor Wellman canned a three-pointer.  A pair of lead changes followed before B-W regained the lead at 62-60 with 9:16 left when freshman guard Grant Fairhurst (Ashland/ Senior) canned the first of three straight treys. The lead grew to four points at 68-64 when Fairhurst made his final three with 7:27 left.

Payne

After Wilmington closed to one point at 70-69, B-W went on a 7-2 run to build a six-point advantage at 77-71 when Payne scored, was fouled and made a foul shot with 4:11 left. Following a pair of Wellman foul shots, Payne helped B-W tied its largest lead of seven points at 80-73 when he canned a triple at the 3:31 mark.

Undaunted, Wilmington went on a 5-0 run to bring the score to 80-78 with 2:32 left when Heard scored.  A pair of Meeder foul shots at 2:03 gave B-W an 82-78 lead, but Wilmington’s Bowman countered with a pair at 1:39 to make the score 82-80. Cabbil then gave B-W back its four-point lead at 84-80 with two foul shots at 1:23 and Krakowiak made it six at 86-80 with 1:05 left with a layup.

Wilmington came right back with a Heard layup at 48 seconds to make the score 86-82. Meeder pushed the lead to six at the 41-second mark when he made a pair of free throws. Then Krakowiak made four-of-four more at the line to seal the deal and give B-W its largest lead of the game at the end.


Schroeder Scores 16 as the B-W 

Women Win Fourth Straight With a 
70-57 Victory at Wilmington

BEREA – Senior 2-time All-Ohio Athletic Conference guard Amanda Schroeder (Columbus Grove) scored a team-high 16 points as the Baldwin-Wallace College women’s basketball team won its fourth straight game as it defeated Ohio Athletic Conference rivalWilmington College, 70-57, today (Saturday, December 11, 2010) in the Fred Raizk Arena in Wilmington.
Schroeder

With her 16 points, Schroeder stayed in eighth place on the all-time Yellow Jacket scoring list with 1,088 career points.  In addition to Schroeder for B-W, now 6-1 overall and 2-0 in the OAC, junior forward Catherine Spisak (Sandusky/ St. Mary’s CentralCatholic) scored 12 points and grabbed a game-high nine rebounds and freshman forward Lexi Rohrback (Tiffin/ Columbian) came off the bench to scored 11 points and grab five caroms. For Wilmington, now 3-4 overall and 1-1 in the OAC, freshman forward Brianna Peters led the way with a game-high 18 points and a team-high eight rebounds and senior forward Olivia Waters had 15 points and six caroms.

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Raiders headed to sixth straight Stagg Bowl

December 11, 2010 

By Lenny Reich


ALLIANCE -- Sophomore quarterback Matt Piloto (Rotonda West, Fla./Lemon Bay) completed 17 of 32 passes for 335 yards and four touchdowns, leading the No. 2 Mount Union football team to the Stagg Bowl with its 34-14 win over 14th-ranked Bethel (Minn.) in an NCAA semifinal on Saturday at Mount Union Stadium.

Collinwood's Shorts


The Purple Raiders will compete in the national championship game for the sixth consecutive year and 14th time in their history. They will take on top-ranked Wisconsin-Whitewater, 27-7 winners over No. 3 Wesley (Del.), next Saturday at Salem Stadium in Salem, Va.


Senior wide receiver Cecil Shorts III (Cleveland/Collinwood) and sophomore wide receiver Jasper Collins(Geneva, N.Y./Geneva) were a key target for Piloto, who entered the game in relief of fellow sophomore quarterback Neal Seaman (Louisville/Louisville).


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Hiram College Men’s Basketball Holds Off Denison University

By Jeff Hoedt


December 11, 2010


GRANVILLE, OHIO   –  The Hiram College men’s basketball team defeated Denison University, 74-69, today (Saturday, Dec. 11) in a North Coast Athletic Conference game at Livingston Gymnasium in Granville.  [Game Stats]


Following today’s game, the Terriers improve to 5-4 overall and 1-2 in the NCAC.  The Big Red fall to 4-5 overall and 1-3 NCAC.


Strongsville native Nick Russo


Both teams would play a competitive first half with 10 lead changes and three ties.  Hiram led by as many as seven points, 20-13, at the 13:06 minute mark of the first period on a layup by junior guard Andrew Wiegand (Amherst/Firelands) that ended a 12-3 scoring run.  Denison answered with ensuing 10-2 run of its own to regain the lead with 7:02 left in the half. 


The Terriers trailed by three points, 27-24, at the 6:43 mark and ended the period with a 14-4 run that ended in a three-pointer by freshman guard Aaron Stefanov (Stow/Stow-Munroe Falls), one of four triples on the day for Stefanov, to regain a seven-point edge with a halftime score of 38-31.


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