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St. Paul tops Eagles to set up big FC matchup

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Updated Jan 12, 2020 at 1:15 AM

NORWALK — The stage is set for the St. Paul girls basketball team.

Leading Monroeville by six at halftime on Saturday (22-16), the Lady Flyers outscored the Eagles 37-17 in the second half of a 59-33 win in Firelands Conference action at Harvey Keller Gymnasium in Norwalk.

With the win, St. Paul improved to 11-2 overall and 7-1 in the FC. The Lady Flyers entertain Crestview (8-4, 7-0) on Tuesday with a chance to move into a first-place tie with the Cougars. Back on Dec. 3, the Cougars won the first meeting in Olivesburg by a 46-33 score.

In Saturday’s win, Megan Hammersmith and Camille Endsley each scored 14 points to lead St. Paul. Danielle Smith added nine points, while Morgan Baxter scored seven points.

The Eagles (5-5, 3-4) were led by Braylee Wise with eight points and Lexi Green with six. The Eagles play at Mansfield St. Peter’s on Tuesday in non-league action.

MONROEVILLE (5-5, 3-4)

Mirena Miller 1-0—2; Lexi Green 1-4—6; Payton Scheid 1-0—2; Stacey Legg 1-1—3; Graisyn Yoder 1-0—2; Braylee Wise 3-1—8; Camryn Hedrick 2-1—5; Hannah Lyons 1-0—3; Alyssa Hupp 1-0—2. TOTALS 12-7—33.

ST. PAUL (11-2, 7-1)

Morgan Baxter 1-4—7; Anna Lukasko 2-2—6; Megan Hammersmith 6-2—14; Camille Endsley 6-2—14; Danielle Smith 3-3—9; Molly Ridge 0-2—2; Brooke Houck 2-1—5; Maddy McCall 1-0—2. TOTALS 21-16—59.

Monroeville 9 7 7 10 — 33

St. Paul  11 11 19 18 — 59

3-point FGs: (M) Wise, Lyons (SP) Baxter

JV: Monroeville, 47-27

 

W. Reserve 35, Mapleton 27

ORANGE TWP. — The Roughriders took a 26-25 lead into the fourth quarter of Saturday’s FC game at Mapleton, where they outscored the Mounties 9-2 down the stretch in the victory.

For Western (8-4, 6-2), McKenna Woodruff finished with nine points, 11 rebounds, five blocks and three steals. Ellie Blankenship added seven points and seven rebounds for the ‘Riders, while Isabelle Duchette had seven points and five rebounds, and Avery Tubbs also scored seven points.

WESTERN RESERVE (8-4, 6-2)

Isabelle Duchette 2-3—7; Lillian White 1-0—2; Avery Tubbs 3-0—7; McKenna Woodruff 1-7—9; Sydney Ommert 1-1—3; Ellie Blankenship 3-1—7. TOTALS 11-12—35.

MAPLETON (7-6, 4-4)

Hannah Shadd 1-2—4; Megan McKean 1-0—2; Ashton Bird 2-0—4; Roxie Hamilton 3-0—6; Katia Ringler 2-0—4; Bailey Davis 3-1—7. TOTALS 12-3—27.

W. Reserve 7 9 10 9 — 35

Mapleton  10 6 9   2 — 27

3-point FGs: (WR) Tubbs.

 

Edison 29, Huron 22

HURON — The Chargers improved to 9-5 overall and 3-2 in the SBC Bay Division with a road win over the host Tigers on Saturday.

Aliyah Caporini paced Edison with 11 points in the win.

EDISON (9-5, 3-2)

Aliyah Caporini 3-5—11; Lindsay Roberts 1-4—6; Olivia Vitaz 1-0—2; Jayla Medina 1-1—4; Lydia Woodyard 1-0—2; Kennedy Keefer 2-0—4. TOTALS 9-10—29.

HURON (4-6, 1-3)

Rae Roldan 1-2—5; Lauren Sugulski 0-1—1; Mia Hurst 0-2—2; Ava Winnestaffer 3-1—8; Ella Lamb 1-0—2; Madison Belden 2-0—4. TOTALS 7-6—22.

Edison 10 9 2 8 — 29

Huron 5 10 2 5 — 22

3-point FGs: (E) Medina; (H) Winnestaffer

 

Crestview 67, Plymouth 12

PLYMOUTH — The Big Red fell to 2-12 overall and 1-7 in the FC with Saturday’s loss to the Cougars.

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