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Clippers hold edge in EOAC clash

Columbiana’s Karissa Tringhese defends against Lisbon’s Izzy Perez on Monday in Lisbon.

LISBON–The Columbiana girls basketball team used a big third quarter to defeat Lisbon 58-47 in a key Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference opener Monday.

The Clippers are now 2-2 overall and 1-0 in the EOAC. Lisbon is now 1-4, 0-1.

The Blue Devils hung tough in the first half and only trailed 25-21 at halftime. The Clippers, however, outscored Lisbon 22-8 in the third quarter to build an 18-point lead.

Kayla Muslovski paced Columbiana with 21 points, while Grace Hammond had 12 points and Karissa Tringhese had 10 points.

Lisbon got a pair of big games from its one-two punch of point guard Izzy Perez and forward Maddie Liberati. Perez tallied 16 points, eight points, seven assists and three steals. Liberati totaled 17 points, 16 rebounds and five blocks.

Columbiana hosts Wellsville Thursday. Lisbon hosts Leetonia Monday.

LISBON: 6-15-8-18–47

COLUMBIANA: 12-13-22-11–58

LISBON SCORING: Tabby Ketchum 0-1-1, Izzy Perez 6-4-16, Chloe Davis 0-0-0, Madison Haifley 1-0-3, Bryanna VanGiesen 2-0-4, Parker Henthorne 2-2-6, Maddie Liberati 6-4-17. TEAM TOTALS: 17, 11-18: 47.

COLUMBIANA SCORING: Tori Long 2-2-7, Karissa Tringhese 4-1-10, Kayla Muslovski 9-1-21, Grace Hammond 4-2-12, Camile Zentner 1-0-2, Grace Witmer 0-2-2, Madison Moser 2-0-4. TEAM TOTALS: 22, 8-9: 58.

Three-point goals: Lisbon 2 (Haifley, Liberati), Columbiana 6 (Hammond 2, Muslovski 2, Tringhese, Long).

United 36, Leetonia 27

HANOVERTON — United opened the Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference portion of the season with a 36-27 win over Leetonia on Monday.

Celeste Hofmeister powered the Eagles (3-2, 1-0) with 10 points and four rebounds. The rest of the Eagle scoring was spread out.

Anna Buffone had six points for the Bears.

United won the jayvee game,38-17. Michaela Shasteen had eight points for the winners, while Colby Burton had seven points.

United is at Southern on Thursday.

LEETONIA: 9-8-6-4–27

UNITED: 10-11-9-6–36

LEETONIA SCORING: Ella Gregorino 1-2-4, Anna Buffone 3-0-6, Taran Ferry 1-1-3, Samantha Schneider 1-0-2, Megan Rosko 2-0-4, McKendra Cole 0-0-0, Haleigh Brock 2-0-4, Allison Francosky 2-0-4. TEAM TOTALS: 12, 3-13: 27.

UNITED SCORING: Madison Kibler 0-2-2, Morgan Hovorka 2-0-5, Harley Salmen 0-0-0, Kyleigh Daggy 1-0-2, Celeste Powers 1-1-3, Kendyl Daggy 1-0-2, Bailey Boosz 2-2-6, Destiny Hil 2-2-6, Celeste Hofmeister 3-1-10. TEAM TOTALS: 13, 8-15: 36.

Three-point goals: Leetonia none, United 2 (Hovorka, Hofmeister).

Wellsville 62,

Southern 32

WELLSVILLE — Wellsville’s girls basketball team got 20 points and 10 steals from Cameron Carlevale as the Tigers knocked off Southern 62-32 on Monday.

Leah Vinton added 15 points and five steals, while Hunter Weekley had nine points and 10 rebounds.

This was Wellsville’s first league win in more than three seasons, breaking an 0 for 40 slump.

Wellsville is 3-2 on the season.

Southern was led by Lindsay Ingledue with 9 points.

Wellsville is at Columbiana on Thursday.

Wellsville won the two-quarter jayvee game 12-9. Shauntea Browning and Elaina Weekley had five points each.

SOUTHERN: 5-10-4-14–32

WELLSVILLE: 20-17-18-7–62

SOUTHERN SCORING: Erin Boyle 1-0-2, Kya McCulley 0-0-0, Macenzie Boyd 0-0-0, Jessica Lafferty 3-0-7, Olivia Kerns 1-0-2, Lindsay Ingledue 4-0-9, Elizabeth Mostella 0-0-0, Makayla Crow 0-0-0, Ronni Mayfield 2-0-5, Taylor Cunningham 3-0-8. TEAM TOTALS: 14, 0-4: 32.

WELLSVILLE SCORING: Iliyah Barnes 1-0-2, Hunter Weekley 3-3-9, Shauntea Browning 1-1-3, Leah Vinton 6-3-15, Camryn Jackson 4-0-8, Cameron Carlevale 9-2-20, Sadie Clarkson 0-0-0, Honesty Thomas 0-0-0, Elaina Weekley 2-1-5. TEAM TOTALS: 26, 10-20: 62.

Three-point goals: Southern 5 (Cunningham 2, Mayfield, Ingledue, Lafferty), Wellsville none.

Poland 37,

South Range 29

POLAND — Poland knocked off South Range 37-29 on Monday in a key Northeast 8 girls basketball contest.

South Range (2-2) hosts Hubbard on Thursday.

Poland (3-0) was led by Jackie Grisdale’s 18 points.

Indian Creek 39, E. Liverpool 33

EAST LIVERPOOL–The East Liverpool girls basketball team was defeated by Indian Creek 39-33 on Monday.

Mikayla Reed had 10 points for the Potters. Emma Ludwig added eight points.

INDIAN CREEK: 7-9-13-10–39

EAST LIVERPOOL: 10-8-12-3–33

INDIAN CREEK SCORING: Sloan Lewis 0-0-0, Kylie Kiser 5-0-18, Ally Tweedy 3-1-8, Macenzie Taylor 4-2-10, Taylor Jones 1-3-5, Abby Copeland 1-0-2. TEAM TOTALS: 14, 7-17: 39.

EAST LIVERPOOL SCORING: Ciara Peachey 2-3-7, Mikayla Reed 4-0-10, Alessandra Ferrazzano 0-0-0, Shayla Foster 1-1-4, Emma Ludwig 4-0-8, Selena Rogers 0-0-0, Victoria Flores 2-0-4. TEAM TOTALS: 13, 4-7: 33.

Three-point goals: Indian Creek 4 (Kylie Kiser 3, Tweedy), East Liverpool 3 (Reed 2, Foster)

Western Reserve 96, Sebring 23

BERLIN CENTER–The Western Reserve girls basketball team rolled over Sebring 96-23 in Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference action Monday.

The Blue Devils are now 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the MVAC.

Dani Vuletich had 23 points and 11 rebounds. Olivia Pater added 16 points, 10 steals and four assists. Also for the Blue Devils, Alyssa Serensky had 15 points, four assists and four steals. Brooke Schantz had 14 points and four steals. Hannah Cross had 10 points for Sebring.

The Western Reserve jv team beat the Canfield freshmen 41-19. Jenna Heater had 11 points for the Blue Devils.

Western Reserve hosts Mineral Ridge Thursday.

SEBRING: 2-8-10-8–28

RESERVE: 33-30-21-12–96

SEBRING SCORING: Devyn Reggi 2-1-5, Delaney Reggi 0-0-0, Bella Meir 1-0-2, Emma Whaley 3-2-9, Aebi D’Ostroph 3-0-6, Hannah Cross 5-0-10, Jenna Thurman 1-0-2, Alexis Byrd 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 15, 3-7: 28.

WESTERN RESERVE SCORING: Brooke Morris 2-0-4, Madison Leone 1-1-3, Alyssa Herron 3-0-6, Olivia Pater 6-2-16, Brooke Schantz 6-2-14, Dani Vuletich 11-1-23, Jenna Heater 1-2-4, Kennedy Miller 2-0-6, Olivia Altiere 0-0-0, Alyssa Serensky 6-0-15, Kayla Owen 2-0-5. TEAM TOTALS: 38, 8-14: 96.

Three-point goals: Sebring 1 (Whaley), Western Reserve 8 (Serensky 3, Miller 2, Pater 2, Owen)

Oak Glen 50, Toronto 41

NEW MANCHESTER, W.Va. — Alexa Andrews had 12 points as Oak Glen surged to a 3-0 start with a 50-41 win over Toronto on Monday.

Brookyln Loveland had 10 points to assist the Golden Bears.

Oak Glen went up by 10 at the end of the first half and cruised from there.

Oak Glen will be at rival Weir High on Wednesday.

The Golden Bears won the jayvee portion, 33-4 with Carson Barr scoring eight.

TORONTO: 6-10-12-13–41

OAK GLEN: 16-11-13-10–50

TORONTO SCORING: Liddick 3-1-7, Kinsey 3-2-8, Anderson 0-0-0, Jackson 3-2-10, Thomas 5-3-16. TEAM TOTALS: 14, 8-18: 41.

OAK GLEN SCORING: Brittney Giorgini 2-1-5, Lizzie Kell 0-0-0, Reece Enochs 2-4-8, Brookyln Loveland 4-2-10, Alexa Andrews 5-1-12, Rory McNutt 1-2-4, Maddie McKay 3-1-7, Alayna Kranis 2-0-4, Makayla Zoellers 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 19, 11-20: 50.

Three-point goals: Toronto 5 (Thomas 3, Jackson 2), Oak Glen 1 (Andrews).

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