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Howell scores 1,000th point in New London loss

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Jan 30, 2019 at 1:33 AM

ROCKY RIVER — New London senior Karson Howell surpassed the 1,000-point mark in Tuesday’s 56-48 non-league loss at Rocky River Lutheran West.

Howell scored 11 points in the loss that dropped the Wildcats to 8-6 overall. Ashton Carruthers paced the ‘Cats with 17 points and nine rebounds in the loss.

New London (5-4 Firelands Conference) hosts St. Paul (10-5, 6-3) on Friday.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Mans. Madison 53, W. Reserve 45

MADISON TWP. — Visiting Western Reserve played up a division in non-league play on Tuesday, falling on the road to the host Rams.

The Roughriders (12-3) fell behind 17-9 in the first quarter, which proved to be the final margin of defeat. Cora Wyers paced Western with 21 points and 10 rebounds.

The ‘Riders entertain St. Paul on Saturday in an FC matchup.

W. RESERVE (12-3)

Katie Hipp 0-3—3; Jenna Skrada 3-0—7; Avery Tubbs 1-2—4; McKenna Woodruff 3-0—6; Emma Weber 1-2—4; Cora Wyers 7-7—21. TOTALS 15-14—45.

MANS. MADISON (8-8)

Keri Eckenwiler 3-3—9; Leah Boggs 2-0—5; Hannah Schmidt 0-1—1; Brooklyn Arnold 5-5—16; Chesney Davis 3-3—9; Rebecca Phelps 5-1—11; Kami Baker 1-0—2. TOTALS 19-13—53.

W. Reserve 9 10 14 12 — 45

M. Madison 17 10 13 13 — 53

3-point FGs: (WR) Skrada; (M) Boggs, Arnold

 

Bellevue 56, Perkins 43

BELLEVUE — The state-ranked Lady Red all but put the wraps on the SBC Lake Division title with Tuesday’s win over visiting Perkins.

With the win, Bellevue — ranked No. 6 in the Division II Associated Press poll — improved to 15-2 overall and 7-0 in the Lake, which is now two games ahead of the Pirates (15-5, 7-2) with three games remaining.

Casey Santoro scored 23 points in the win for Bellevue, with Cory Santoro adding 15 points.

PERKINS (15-5, 7-2)

Olivia Howard 4-5—14, Nancy Siegel 3-4—12, Sydney Thom 2-3—8, Aleena Winston 1-0—2, Kelley Baker 0-3—3, Marah Trautman 1-1—4. TOTALS 11-16—43.

BELLEVUE (15-2, 7-0)

Cory Santoro 7-1—15, Gabby Turner 2-1—5, Payton Vogel 1-0—2, Casey Santoro 9-5—23, McKenna Davis 3-2—8, Riley Mohr 1-0—3. TOTALS 23-9—56.

Perkins 16 8 10 9 — 43

Bellevue 23 9 15 9 — 56

3-point FGs: (P) Siegel 2, Howard, Whom, Trautman; (B) Mohr

JV: Bellevue, 53-24.

New London 65, Lake Ridge 38

NEW LONDON — Behind a career-high 31 points from Gabby Ledbetter, the Wildcats improved to 6-11 overall with Monday’s non-league win over visiting Lake Ridge Academy.

Also for New London, Kiaya Thierry connected on five 3-pointers and scored 20 points. The ‘Cats are back in action on Saturday at home vs. Mapleton in a Firelands Conference game.

LAKE RIDGE ACADEMY (4-8)

Kady Rosado 7-0—17; Kaylee Raatz 1-0—2; Emma Miller 3-1—9; Taylor Traut 1-0—2; Grace Adams 3-1—8. TOTALS 15-2—38.

NEW LONDON (6-11)

Korah Schmidt 1-2—4; Kiaya Thierry 7-1—20; Kelsey Boswell 2-0—5; Megan Conrad 2-0—5; Gabby Ledbetter 14-3—31. TOTALS 25-4—65.

Lake Ridge 5 15 11 7 — 38

N. London 12 15 30 8 — 65

3-point FGs: (LR) Rosado 3, Miller 2, Adams; (NL) Thierry 5, Boswell, Conrad

 

 

SWIMMING

Norwalk girls cap strong week

The Norwalk girls swim team posted an 89-80 win over visiting Huron on Jan. 24, then placed third at the Ontario Relays on Saturday behind the host Warriors and Shelby.

Against Huron, Sela Berry won the 200 and 500 freestyle swims, while Anna Little also won the 50 and 100 free. Mara Berry won the 100 fly and 200 backstroke, while Carissa Link also took first in the 200 IM. Also for Norwalk, the 200 medley relay team of Mara Berry, Link, Elyse Coe and Little took first, as did the 400 free relay of Mara Berry, Coe, Little and Sela Berry.

At the Relays, Sela Berry paced Norwalk with two first place finishes in the 200 and 500 free, while Little was second in the 50 and third in the 100 free races. Link was third in the 200 IM, while Mara Berry was fifth in the same race.

Coe was sixth in the 100 fly, Mara Berry was fifth in the 100 backstroke and Callie Link was ninth in the same race. In the 100 breaststroke, Carissa Link was seventh and Megan Berry was ninth. Norwalk's 200 and 400 free relay teams each placed third, while the 200 medley relay was sixth.

In boys action, the Truckers fell to Huron, 122-45. They also placed fourth at the Ontario Relays behind Galion, Ontario and Tiffin Columbian. Ethan Schmenk was third in the 200 IM and fifth in the 100 fly. Micah Duncan was sixth in the 100 backstroke and Justin Seitz was eighth. Nick Smith was seventh in the 100 breaststroke.

Also for the Norwalk boys, the 200 medley relay was fifth, while the 200 and 400 free teams each placed sixth.

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