Struthers not friendly for Clippers

STRUTHERS — In an attempt to get some exposure to the Struthers Fieldhouse floor for a possible appearance in the Division III district tournament, the Columbiana girls basketball team accepted the home team challenge of the Struthers Wildcats on Monday.

In a game aired on live TV, the Wildcats protected their home floor with a 61-52 victory.

Columbiana was heavily hampered by a four-point third quarter as the Clippers fell to 20-2 by way of the Div. II Wildcats.

Khaylah Brown had 20 points to spark the Wildcats.

Kayla Muslovski had 29 points to lead the Clippers.

COLUMBIANA: 9-15- 4-14–52

STRUTHERS: 20- 7-15-19–61

COLUMBIANA SCORING: Karissa Tringhese 0-0-0, Kayla Muslovski 13-2-29, Tessa Liggett 0-0-0, Grace Hammond 1-0-3, Marisa McDonough 1-2-4, Kennedy Fullum 0-0-0, Alexis Cross 3-7-13, Taylor Hall 1-1-3. TEAM TOTALS: 19, 12-21: 52.

STRUTHERS SCORING: Khaylah Brown 7-6-20, Alexis Bury 2-4-8, Renee Leonard 3-0-6, Michelle Buser 1-0-3, Trinity McDowell 3-2-8, Keasia Chism 4-3-12, Trinity Farrar 2-0-4. TEAM TOTALS: 22, 15-29: 61.

Three-point goals: Columbiana 2 (Muslovksi, Hammond), Struthers 2 (Chism, Buser).

Jackson-Milton 52, Crestview 39

NORTH JACKSON — State-ranked Jackson-Milton jumped out to a 17-point halftime lead and downed Crestview, 52-39, Monday.

Abigail Spalding led the Bluejays with 17 points and six rebounds. Grace McDevitt added 10 points, Emily Williams eight points and five assists and Ashley Cameron grabbed six rebounds.

Senior Michaelina Terranova scored six points to become Jacksson-Milton’s career scoring leader. She tied Tonya Teharne’s mark of 1,299 points in Thursday’s game at Columbiana.

The Bluejays improve to 19-2, while Crestview moves to 14-7.

Krista Perry topped the Rebels with 15 points and three assists. Tanner Hoffer contributed seven rebounds and Mara Halas made two steals.

Jackson-Milton doesn’t have a junior varsity team.

Crestview will close out the regular season at Sebring on Wednesday, while Jackson-Milton hosts Springfield on Saturday afternoon.

CRESTVIEW: 8-10-14-7–39

J-MILTON: 17-18- 8-9–52

CRESTVIEW SCORING: Mara Halas 2-0-6, Haley Eskra 2-0-6, Taryn Gilbert 1-0-2, Tanner Hoffer 3-0-6, Preslyn Wolfe 1-0-2, Krista Perry 4-4-15, Brenna Auer 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 14-39, 4-4: 39.

JACKSON-MILTON SCORING: Grace McDevitt 4-2-10, Emily Williams 2-3-8, Haley Lengyel 2-0-5, Ashley Cameron 1-4-6, Michaelina Terranova 3-0-6, Abigail Spalding 8-1-17. TEAM TOTALS: 20-46, 10-11: 52.

Three-point goals: Crestview 7 (Perry 3, Halas 2, Eskra 2), Jackson-Milton 2 (Williams, Lengyel).

Waterloo 38, United 30

HANOVERTON — United Local came up on the short end of a 38-30 scorel to Waterloo on Monday.

The Eagles fall to 10-11 and will be at Lisbon on Thursday.

Hannah Mix sparked the Eagles with 13 points. Courtney Cooper added six points and seven boards.

In the two quarter jayvee game, United won 30-7. Morgan Briceland had eight points for the Eagles.

WATERLOO: 6-14- 3-15–38

UNITED: 10- 6-11- 3–30

WATERLOO SCORING: Aleck Franks 3-0-8, Jordyn Jennings 1-0-3, Hayley Kachner 1-3-5, Becky Adelman 5-4-16, Laura Hood 2-2-6. TEAM TOTALS: 12, 9-16: 38.

UNITED SCORING: Molly Briceland 1-0-2, Kyleigh Daggy 1-0-3, Celeste Powers 1-0-2, Hannah Mix 6-1-13, Celeste Hofmeister 2-0-4, Courtney Cooper 3-0-6, Cameron Pierson 0-0-0, MaKenzie Clemmons 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 16, 1-3: 30.

Three-point goals: Waterloo 6 (Adelman 2, Franks 2, Jennings, Kachner), United 1 (Daggy).

Salem 46,

Canton South 43

CANTON — The Salem girls basketball team snuck away with a 46-43 road win over Canton South on Monday night.

The Quakers improve to 15-6 on the season and finish Northeastern Buckeye Conference play with a 9-5 record.

Salem’s Echo Mayer-Kutz hit the game-winning basket with 5.1 seconds remaining in the game.

Kyla Jamison led the Quakers with 13 points and six rebounds. Allee Davidson-Chuck had 12 points, four rebounds, four assists, three blocks and two steals.

Mayer-Kutz finished with 11 points and five rebouds. Ellie Davidson had eight points, five reboundsand three assists.

The Quakers outrebounded the Wildcats 29-23.

Salem will return to action on Wednesday when they travel to Poland on Wednesday. JV will tip at 5:15 with the varsity game to be shown live on MyYTV at 7 p.m.

SALEM: 9- 8-14-15–46

C. SOUTH: 5-15- 7-17–43

SALEM SCORING: Elly Exline 1-0-2, Casey Johnson 0-0-0, Annie Davidson 0-0-0, Ellie Davidson 2-4-8, Echo Mayer-Kutz 5-1-11, Allee Davidson-Chuck 4-3-12, Jaden Hamilton 0-0-0, Kyla Jamison 5-3-13. TEAM TOTALS: 17, 11-21:46

CANTON SOUTH SCORING: Morgan Dalton 5-0-10, Aubrey Noll 0-0-0, Alex Brown 1-2-5, Rachel Porter 0-0-0, Megan Mitchell 5-9-20, Brooke Noel 3-2-8. TEAM TOTALS: 14, 13-18:43

Three-point goals: Salem 1 (Davidson-Chuck), Canton South 2 (Mitchell, Brown).

Toronto 60, Wellsville 25

TORONTO — It was a rough night for Wellsville as Toronto ran away with a 60-25 win in the Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference finale for both teams on Monday.

Wellsville drops to 2-19 and 0-14. Toronto is 6-13, 3-9.

Menina Jackson led the Tigers with 10 points and six rebounds. Hunter Weekley added seven boards. Cameron Carlevale had five rebounds and three assists. Leah Vinton chipped in three assists and three steals.

Wellsville won the jayvee game, 25-24 in overtime. Iliyah Barnes had eight points for the winners.

Wellsville returns to action on Wednesday with a home date against Beaver Local.

Toronto is at Shadyside for a tournament game on Feb. 22.

WELLSVILLE: 8- 2-10- 5– 25

TORONTO: 6-19-21-14– 60

WELLSVILLE SCORING: Aleia Hawk 2-0-4, Hunter Weekley 1-3-5, Leah Vinton 1-0-2, Dehaven Dobritz 0-1-1, Cameron Carlevale 1-1-3, Katelynn Exline 0-0-0, Menina Jackson 5-0-10. TEAM TOTALS: 10, 5-9: 25.

TORONTO SCORING: Thomas -2-15, Jordan 3-3-9, McDonald 1-1-3, Kinsey 3-0-7, Anderson 5-0-10, Yarosz 2-0-4, Fogle 1-13, Leasure 3-3-9. TEAM TOTALS: 23, 0-16: 60.

Three-point goals: Toronto 4 (Thomas 3, Kinsey).

Sebring 56, Heartland 48

COLUMBIANA — Sebring’s girls basketball team bounced Heartland Christian 56-48 on Monday night.

Emma Whaley led the Trojans with 18 points, while Olivia Woods added 15 points. Kyleisha Jays had 12 points.

South Range 73, Lordstown 39

GREENFORD — Bri Modic had 20 points as South Range beat Lordstown 73-39 on Monday.

The Raiders move to 17-4 and will close out regular season play on Wednesday at Liberty.

Dani Vuletich added 17 points for the Raiders.

In jayvee action, Emily Irons had 12 points as the Raiders won 37-20.

LORDSTOWN: 9-13- 8-9–39

SOUTH RANGE: 22-25-20-6–73

LORDSTOWN SCORING: Jen Wilk 2-0-4, Paula DeDiego 2-0-4, Emily Knox 1-2-4, LExi Phillips 0-2-2, Kaylynn Higginbothem 4-2-10, Jordan Beech 3-6-13, Ava Spano 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 13, 12-21: 39.

SOUTH RANGE SCORING: Izzy Lamparty 2-0-4, Emily Irons 0-0-0, Ashley McKee 0-0-0, Bri Modic 7-0-20, Maddie Durkin 5-1-12, Marlaina Slabach 2-0-5, Brooke Sauerwein 2-3-7, Samantha Patrone 3-0-8, Dani Vuletich 6-5-17. TEAM TOTALS: 27, 9-13: 73.

Three-point goals: Lordstown 1 (Beech), South Range 10 (Modic 6, Durkin, Slabach, Patrone 2).

Springfield 52,

Girard 37

NEW MIDDLETOWN –Haley LaMorticella had 13 points as Springfield bounced Girard 52-37 on Monday night.

Ellie Centofanti added 12 points for the Tigers.

GIRARD: 12-11-8-6–37

SPRINGFIELD: 12-12-14-14–52

GIRARD SCORING: Samantha 2-0-4, Sophie Griffith 2-1-5, Sophia Strollo 5-0-10, Olina Ciminero 1-1-3, Lindsay Cave 2-6-10, Rachel Sobnosky 1-0-2, Hanna Jones 1-0-2, Megan Fielder 0-1-1. TEAM TOTALS: 14, 9-15: 37.

SPRINGFIELD SCORING: Marlie Applegarth 1-0-3, Makenzy Capouellez 5-0-13, Ellie Centofanti 4-4-12, Haley LaMorticella 2-8-13, Kylee Kosek 0-0-0, Mariah Johnson 1-3-5, Mattisyn Gebhardt 3-0-6. TEAM TOTALS: 16, 15-22: 52.

Three-point goals: Springfield 5 (Capouellez 3, Applegarth, LaMorticella).

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