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Monroeville picks up another Firelands Conference win

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Updated Feb 2, 2019 at 12:57 AM

ORANGE TWP. — The Monroeville boys basketball team picked up its third Firelands Conference win of the season with Friday’s 51-43 road win over host Mapleton.

With the win, the Eagles improved to 7-9 overall and 3-7 in the FC, as the Mounties fell to 5-11 overall (2-8 FC).

Monroeville opened up a 14-6 lead after one quarter, and were able to maintain that advantage throughout. The Eagles led 24-14 at halftime, and 32-27 through three quarters.

Freshman Isaac Roeder had another big performance for Monroeville, as he poured in a game-high 26 points. Anthony Dublo added eight points and Cody Schafer scored seven for the Eagles, who visit St. Paul tonight in another FC matchup that was rescheduled from a Jan. 19 winter storm.

MONROEVILLE (7-9, 3-7)

Anthony Dublo 3-2—8; Cody Schaffer 3-1—7; Chayce Schaub 1-0—3; Isaac Roeder 11-4—26; Mason Tonelli 1-2—5; Eli Sweet 1-0—2. TOTALS 20-10—51.

MAPLETON (5-11, 2-8)

Shadd 2-2—6; Goff 1-0—3; Scurlock 1-0—3; Pharmer 5-0—12; Slater 1-0—2; Vermilya 1-0—3; Sanders 4-3—12; DuBois 1-0—2. TOTALS 16-5—43.

Monroeville 14 10 8  19 — 51

Mapleton      6   8 13 16 — 43

3-point FGs: (MON) Tonelli; (MAP) Pharmer 2, Goff, Scurlock, Vermilya, Sanders

 

Willard 51, Oak Harbor 39

OAK HARBOR — The Crimson Flashes won for the eighth straight time with a huge second half in Thursday’s SBC Bay Division game against the Rockets.

Willard improved to 13-3 overall and 7-2 in the Bay with the win. The Flashes trailed 21-15 at halftime, but outscored the Rockets by a 36-18 margin in the third and fourth quarters to take control.

Terry Baldridge paced the Flashes with 18 points, while Davin Triplett added 10 points. Myles Pinkston contributed nine points and Joey Holida added eight.

Willard visits Bellevue in non-league action tonight.

WILLARD (13-3, 7-2)

Breton Polachek 2-0—5; Terry Baldridge 7-4—18; Myles Pinkston 4-1—9; Joey Holida 3-2—8; Davin Triplett 4-2—10; Micah Dawson 0-1—1. TOTALS 20-10—51.

OAK HARBOR (8-7, 3-6)

Gage Brough 3-1—7; Jac Alexander 7-3—18; Tyler May 3-1—7; Clay Schulte 0-5—5; Conner Hoy 1-0—2. TOTALS 14-10—39.

Willard      9  6 17 19 — 51

O. Harbor 8 13 11 7 — 39

3-point FGs: (W) Polachek; (OAK) Alexander

JV: Willard, 39-33

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Edison 46, Port Clinton 15

PORT CLINTON — Edison won its fourth straight game with a solid defensive performance, allowing just four field goals in the four quarters of Friday’s SBC Bay Division win over the host Redskins.

For the Chargers (14-4, 6-3), a total of 10 players scored — none eclipsing more than 10 points in the balanced scoring attack. Aliyah Caporini had nine points, while Mariah Medina, Hannah Vitaz and Alana Filder each added seven points.

Edison hosts St. Paul (13-4) on Tuesday.

EDISON (14-4, 6-3)

Aliyah Caporini 3-3—9; Emma Houser 1-0—2; Lilli Schuster 1-0—2; Jayla Medina 1-0—2; Mariah Medina 3-0—7; Deana Blatnik 1-0—2; Molly Houser 3-0—6; Alana Fidler 3-1—7; Hannah Vitaz 2-3—7; Sam Smith 1-0—2. TOTALS 19-7—46.

PORT CLINTON (1-17, 1-8)

Olivia Jackson 0-1—1; Isabelle Biers 0-1—1; Carli Laurel 3-2—8; Marle Gluth 1-1—3; Bri Rose 0-2—2. TOTALS 4-7—15.

Edison 18 5 15 8 — 46

P. Clinton 4 5 2 4 — 15

3-point FGs: (E) M. Medina

JV: Edison won

 

 

Bellevue 72, Columbian 41

BELLEVUE — The state-ranked Lady Red won their ninth consecutive league championship with Friday’s rout over visiting Tiffin Columbian.

Bellevue (16-2, 8-0 SBC Lake) scored 21 points in each of the first three quarters to take control early. Casey Santoro scored 22 for the Lady Red (AP No. 6, Div. II), while Cory Santoro and Payton Vogel each added 16. Gabby Turner also scored 10 points for Bellevue.

BELLEVUE (16-2, 8-0)

Cory Santoro 8-0—16, Gabby Turner 5-0—10, Emma Bollinger 1-0—2, Payton Vogel 3-8—16, Casey Santoro 8-3—22, McKenna Davis 3-0—6, Destiny Carter 1-0—2. TOTALS 29-11—74.

COLUMBIAN (10-7, 3-5)

K. Woods 4-1—9, L. Newland 0-1—1, A. Dryfuse 8-1—17, H. Cooper 2-2—8, M. Ingalls 1-1—3, T. Dines 1-0—2, B. Boes 1-0—2. TOTALS 17-6—42.

Bellevue   21 21 21 11 — 74

Columbian 7  13 13  9 — 42

3-point FGs: (B) Vogel 2, Ca. Santoro 3; (TC) Cooper 2

 

Willard 65, Vermilion 28

VERMILION — The Crimson Flashes left little doubt in Friday’s SBC Bay Division road win over the host Sailors.

With the win, Willard improved to 13-3 overall and 7-2 in the Bay. The Flashes visit Clyde on Tuesday.

No further information was available at deadline.

 

Plymouth 41, Monroeville 38

PLYMOUTH — The Big Red held off the Eagles to pick up their first Firelands Conference on Thursday night.

Plymouth was led by Emily Blanton with 14 points, while Tristen Wiley added eight.

For Monroeville (2-15, 1-10), Kelsie Palmer had 14 points.

MONROEVILLE (2-15, 1-10)

Mirena Miller 1-0—3; Alexis Green 1-0—2; Payton Scheid 1-0—2; Delaney Giles 1-3—5; Kelsie Palmer 5-4—14; Braylee Wise 2-0—4; Jordan Blackford 0-2—2; Camryn Hedrick 2-0—4; Graisyn Yoder 1-0—2. TOTALS 14-9—38.

PLYMOUTH (4-12, 1-9)

Maycie Creveling 1-0—2; Emily Akers 2-0—5; Mallory Miller 2-0—4; Kelsey Blankenship 3-0—6; Tristen Wiley 4-0—8; Emily Blanton 4-2—14; Lauren Parrigan 1-0—2. TOTALS 17-2—41.

Monroeville 8 8 10 12 — 38

Plymouth   12 9  9  11 — 41

3-point FGs: (M) Miller; (P) Blanton 4; Akers

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