Ursuline’s Strollo passes 1,000 points
YOUNGSTOWN – It was a big night for Ursuline senior Ryan Strollo, who scored his 1,000th career point against Cardinal Mooney in a 71-39 victory.
In the fourth quarter, Strollo had already scored 24 points and was sitting at 998. He then hit his seventh 3-pointer of the night, putting him at 1,001. He finished the game with a game-high 27 points.
Desmond McElroy added 16 for Ursuline, which is now 9-8 on the season.
Mooney (7-10) trailed 27-8 early and could never bounce back. Doug Caputo led the Cardinals with 13 points and eight rebounds.
GIRARD 53, LAKEVIEW 34: CORTLAND -Girard took advantage of Lakeview’s offensive woes to obtain the win.
Girard led 26-17 and used a 18-8 third quarter to put the game out of reach for the Bulldogs. Lakeview struggled from the field, shooting just 26 percent from the floor.
Girard’s Craig Randall dropped 15 points on the night and Jake Ryser chipped in with 11.
Tom Bell, Ryan Pishotti and Erich Schmitt each scored six points for Lakeview.
LaBRAE 82, CHAMPION 23: CHAMPION – LaBrae dominated from the begining as it was able to prevail with ease over Champion
LaBrae led 23-6 after the first quarter and was ahead 40-14 at the half.
Peyton Aldridge had another great night offensively, scoring 20 points for LaBrae. Kenny Hall added 16 for the Vikings. Chris Miller led Champion with six points.
PYMATUNING VALLEY 52, BLOOMFIELD 28: ANDOVER -Pymatuning used a big second quarter to pick up its 13th win of the season.
PV (13-4) led 14-8 after the first quarter and used a 19-8 second quarter to beat Bloomfield.
Tim Cross scored 11 points for PV, and Quintin Ratliff notched nine for the Lakers. Coty Turner tallied 11 points for Bloomfield, hitting three 3-pointers.
WINDHAM 65, MOGADORE 52: MOGADORE – After an entertaining game on Tuesday night against John F. Kennedy, Windham earned its 18th win of the season.
Windham (18-1) had a great performance from Matt Knight, as he scored 18 points. Cameron Pozsgai posted a double-double, scoring 16 points and grabbing 13 rebounds.
VanCamp led Mogadore with 16 points and Morris added 14.
POLAND 46, CANFIELD 43 (3 OT): CANFIELD – In a triple-overtime thriller, Poland was able to earn its 18th win of the season.
George Hammas and Kyle Dixon each scored 15 points for Poland. Jacob Wolfe added eight for the Bulldogs.
Marco DeLorenzo scored 12 points for Canfield, Cole Pryjma scored 11 and Andrew Midgley poured in 10.
CHANEL 70, KENNEDY 51: WARREN – Luke Keck had a season-high 22 points, but it wasn’t good enough to propel the Eagles past the Firebirds in this North Coast League contest.
Keck has scored more than 50 points in the last three games and had 17 points in one quarter during Tuesday’s junior varsity game at Windham.
Dominic Naples added 12 for Kennedy (3-14).
However, Chanel (11-6) had a trio of scorers lead it to victory in Mario Greene (16 points), Brionne Duke (14) and Justin Robinson (11).
Today, Kennedy plays Wellsville (N.Y.) at Quicken Loans Arena. Tipoff is at 3:45 p.m.
MATHEWS 78, LEDGEMONT 54: VIENNA – Mathews had four players in double figures and easily beat Ledgemont in a Northeastern Athletic Conference game.
The Mustangs jumped out early, taking a 23-5 halftime lead. The lead was extended to 44-20 at the half.
Aaron Suchanek paced Mathews with 21 points. Wyatt Ford had 19, Jeremy Forsythe scored 15 and Cobie Pratt added 11.
Mathews is now 8-10 on the season.
NEWTON FALLS 76, CAMPBELL 56: NEWTON FALLS – Thanks to some stellar shooting from 3-point range, Newton Falls was able to easily defeat Campbell in All-American Conference, National Division, game.
In all, the Tigers were 9 of 15 from beyond the arc. Chris Greathouse was a big part of that as he scored 18 points from behind the arc. He finished with 24 points. Dale Kernen had one 3-pointer and finished with 22 points. He also had a team-high seven rebounds.
The Tigers are now 9-9 on the season and 7-2 in the AAC National Division.
D.J. Harrison led Campbell with 18 points.
LORDSTOWN 47, BADGER 44: BADGER -Lordstown overcame a third-quarter deficit to get the victory on the road.
Trailing by 10 points going into the fourh quarter, Lordstown outscored Badger 23-10 in the final period to rally back.
Nick Johnson scored 12 for Lordstown and Jake Jones netted 10. Badger’s Brandon Bates scorched the Lordstown defense for 28 points in a losing effort.
SOUTHINGTON 66, GRAND VALLEY 64: ORWELL – Southington’s Eric Wilson connected on a jumper with four seconds left to give the Wildcats the victory Friday night.
Wilson ended up scoring 14 total points on the night. Jacob Zolna added 16 and Tommy Hall chipped in with 11
Grand Valley’s Josh Kovats had the hot hand, scoring 24 points for the Mustangs. Jake Vormelker scored 16, and Kyle Orgovan added 10.
MINERAL RIDGE 80, UNITED 36: HANOVERTON – The Rams jumped out to an early over the Golden Eagles and never looked back in this Inter Tri-County League, Upper Tier encounter.
Zac Hagy used a huge night from beyond the arc to lead Mineral Ridge (13-7, 11-3), draining five 3-pointers and dropping a game-high 30 points on United (2-15, 2-11). Corey Phillips added 16 for the Rams.
Brandon Miller paced the Golden Eagles with 11 points.
SPRINGFIELD 55, JACKSON-MILTON 24: NEW MIDDLETON – The Tigers held the Blue Jays to an average of six points per quarter to dominate a Inter Tri-County League, Upper Tier matchup.
Springfield balanced its scoresheet, as nine Tigers scored in the game. Mark Schuler had 12 points for the Tigers, while Eoghan Bees added 11 points.
Jeremey Fitzpatrick led Jackson-Milton with 11 points.
CANTON HOOVER 94, BOARDMAN 58: BOARDMAN – Canton Hoover sizzled from 3-point range as it was able to trounce Boardman.
Hoover hit 19 3-pointers in the game, ultimatley being the difference maker in the match-up.
Benson scored 14 points for Boardman and Dylan Bosela added 12 for the Spartans.