PREP BASKETBALL

Columbiana 96, East Palestine 45

COLUMBIANA –Columbiana’s girls basketball team bumped off East Palestine 96-45 in Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference girls basketball play Tuesday.

Kayla Muslovski led the Clippers with 28 points, 11 steals and seven assists, while Alexis Cross had 27 points and nine rebounds. Kennedy Fullum and Tessa Liggett had 14 points each for the Clippers, who improve to 13-1.

Alisha Dean had 13 points to lead the Bulldogs.

E. PALESTINE: 9-13-17- 6–45

COLUMBIANA: 21-24-28-23–96

E. PALESTINE SCORING: Lexey Moore 0-0-0, Juli Jones 0-0-0, Alisha Dean 5-2-13, Kenzee Johnston 4-0-9, Sara Buskirk 0-2-2, Brysten Trosky 3-0-6, Becca Culler 0-0-0, Marlaina 2-0-4, Jaliyah Mixon 1-2-4, Jenn Rhodes 3-0-7. TEAM TOTALS: 18, 6-6: 45.

COLUMBIANA SCORING: Kayla Muslovski 11-2-28, Tessa Liggett 6-0-14, Grace Hammond 0-0-0, Marissa McDonough 5-0-10, Kennedy Fullum 6-2-14, Alexis Cross 9-6-27, Taylor Hall 0-3-3. TEAM TOTALS: 37, 13-20: 96.

Three-point goals: East Palestine 5 (Dean 3, Johnston, Rhodes), Columbiana 9 (Muslovski 4, Liggett 2, Cross 3).

East Palestine 54, Heartland Christian 27

COLUMBIANA–The East Palestine girls basketball team beat Heartland Christian 54-27 on Monday.

Brysten Trosky led the Bulldogs with 15 points and Alisha Dean had 12 points.

Sydney Ogden led the Lions with 18 points.

East Palestine travels to Toronto on Thursday.

E. PALESTINE: 10-21-18-11–54

HEARTLAND: 5- 5- 8- 9–27

EAST PALESTINE SCORING: Lexey Moore 1-0-2, Alisha Dean 5-0-12, Kenzee Johnson 2-2-6, Sara Buskirk 2-1-5, Brysten Trosky 7-1-15, Becca Culler 1-0-2, Marlaina Frye 0-0-0, Joclyn Fristik 1-0-2, Jaliyah Mixon 3-2-8, Jami Jones 0-0-0, Jenn Rhodes 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 27, 6-9:54

HEARTLAND CHRISTIAN SCORING: Hannah Rossi 1-0-2, Sydney Ogden 7-4-18, Rebekah Bell 0-0-0, Jana Coyts 1-2-4, Megan Johnson 0-1-1, Jenna Reynolds 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 10, 7-15:27

Three-point goals: East Palestine 2 (Dean).

Springfield 85, Jackson-Milton 42

NORTH JACKSON — The Springfield boys basketball team dominated Jackson-Milton in a 85-42 on Tuesday night.

Springfield will host state-ranked McDonald on Friday.

Sandy Valley 74, Minerva 59

MAGNOLIA — Sandy Valley outscored Minerva a combined 37-18 in the first and third quarters on the way to a 74-59 win in boys basketball action Tuesday.

Sandy Valley improves to 9-2 on the season.

Minerva lost its second straight to fall to 7-4. The Lions will play at Alliance on Friday.

MINERVA: 8-15-10-16–59

S. VALLEY: 18-20-19-17–74

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