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Rebels capture fourth

Crestview’s Jack Yerkey looks for two of his 19 points against Brookfield defenders Isaiah Jones (right), David Pawlowski (2) and Luca Franz (10). (Morning Journal/Ron Firth)

COLUMBIANA — Jack Yerkey scored 11 of his game-high 19 points in the fourth quarter to go along with 10 rebounds as Crestview downed Brookfield, 56-51, Friday.

The Rebels improve to 4-7 overall and 2-1 in the Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference Gray Tier. The Warriors drop to 4-2 and 2-2 in the league.

Drake Golden added 18 points and six rebounds and Tony Perorazio added 11 points. Anthony Cusick had a nice floor game with seven assists, four coming in the second quarter.

Crestview’s biggest lead in the first half was six points at 18-12 on a Connor Hughes jumper.

The game was close throughout with Crestview leading 14-10 in the first quarter, 25-24 at halftime, 41-35 after three quarters.

The Warriors — who start three sophomores and one junior — got 17 points from Donovan Pawlowski and 11 points from senior Haden Gibson. Six-five sophomore Isaiah Jones added nine points.

Crestview also won the junior varsity game, 42-38. Nick Novak had 13 points and Wyatt Miller nine for the Rebels.

Crestview will play at LaBrae on Tuesday.

BROOKFIELD: 10-14-11-16–51

CRESTVIEW: 14-11-16-15–56

BROOKFIELD SCORING: Isaiah Jones 4-1-9, David Pawlowski 2-1-5, Luca Franz 2-0-4, Donovan Pawlowski, 6-2-17, Haden Gibson 3-4-11, TJ Laverty 2-0-5, TeAndre Craig 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 19, 8-12: 51.

CRESTVIEW SCORING: Kirkland Miller 1-0-3, Jack Yerkey 8-2-19, Drake Golden 9-0-18, Tony Perorazio 5-0-11, Anthony Cusick 1-0-3, Connor Hughes 1-0-2, Brandon Yanssens 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS:

Three-point goals: Brookfield 5 (Donovan Pawloski 3, Gibson, Laverty), Crestview 4 (Miller, Yerekey, Perorazio, Cusick).

Lisbon 58, Columbiana 47

COLUMBIANA — Lisbon knocked off Columbiana 58-47 on Friday in Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference play.

Ryan McCullough had 23 points, four assists and four steals to lead the winners, while Blayne Brownfield added 22 points and seven rebounds. McCullough also broke the Lisbon career three-point record of 152. He now has 153 after five on Friday. Hunter Sturgeon had eight boards.

Lisbon is 8-2 and 5-0 in the EOAC. Columbiana falls to 1-8, 0-4.

Dalton Whitehair had 13 points for the Clippers, while Tony Kocanjer had 10 points. Nick Million had 10 rebounds. Anthony Hall added five assists.

Columbiana won the jayvee game 48-15. Alex Eusebio had 14 points for the Clippers. Austin Dailey had 10 points for the Blue Devils.

Lisbon hosts Western Reserve Tuesday. Columbiana hosts Lowellville on Tuesday.

LISBON: 17-15-15-11–58

COLUMBIANA: 11-14-13- 9–47

LISBON SCORING: Adam Spencer 2-0-6, Ryan McCullough 9-0-23, Trevor Siefke 1-1-3, Tyler Welsh 1-0-2, Blayne Brownfield 9-2-22, Hunter Sturgeon 1-0-2, Hunter Dailey 0-0-0, Logan Stauffer 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 23-49, 3-5: 58.

COLUMBIANA SCORING: Nick Million 3-0-7, Tyler Andersen 2-0-4, Carter Murphy 1-0-3, Tony Kocanjer 5-0-10, Ethan Clark 0-0-0, Ashton Kakavros 0-0-0, Dalton Whitehair 5-0-13, Anthony Hall 1-0-2, Devin Daughtery 0-4-4, Seth Spooner 2-0-4. TEAM TOTALS: 19-47, 4-7: 47.

Three-point goals: Columbiana 5-18 (Whitehair 3, Murphy, Million), Lisbon 9-22 (McCullough 5, Brownfield 2, Spencer 2).

Leetonia 54, Maplewood 48

LEETONIA — Dylan Lennon had 17 points and Ian Davis added 13 points as Leetonia’s boys basketball team stopped Maplewood 54-48 on Friday.

Leetonia is at East Palestine today.

MAPLEWOOD: 9-11-13-16–48

LEETONIA: 8-11-29- 6–54

MAPLEWOOD SCORING: Bryson Himes 1-0-3, Lloyd Moser 1-0-2, Tom Dahmen 1-0-2, Corry Steffers 5-2-16, Alex Donaldson 5-0-10, Logan Bergraft 4-3-13. TEAM TOTALS: 17, 7-11: 49.

LEETONIA SCORING: Jaedon Finley 2-1-6, Dylan Lennon 6-3-17, Joe Guido 3-0-7, Marco Ferry 1-0-2, Timmy Finch 4-0-8, Ian Davis 4-4-13, Timathy Johnson 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 20, 9-15: 54.

Three-point goals: Maplewood 7 (Steffers 4, Bergraftt 2, Himes), Leetonia 5 (Lennon 2, J. Finley, Guido, Davis).

Buckeye Trail 50, Southern 48, OT

LORE CITY– The Southern boys basketball team suffered its first loss of the season on Friday, falling to Buckeye Trail 50-48 in overtime. The Indians are now 6-1 on the season.

For Southern, Brady Ketchum finished with 12 points and Brad Sloan added 10 points. Sloan added seven rebounds and five steals.

For Buckeye, Franko Rome had a game-high 24 points.

Southern will host Heartland Christian on Tuesday.

SOUTHERN: 14-10- 9-10-5–48

BUCKEYE TRAIL: 15- 5-13-10-7–50

SOUTHERN SCORING: Brock Smalley 4-0-9, Timmy West 2-0-4, Brad Sloan 3-2-10, Brady Ketchum 6-0-12, Josh Pratt 0-0-0, Sam May 3-0-6, James Burris 3-0-7. TEAM TOTALS: 21, 2-2: 48.

BUCKEYE TRAIL SCORING: Franko Rome 8-6-24, Tyler Dodd 2-0-6, Isaac Beaver 4-0-10, Cannon Clum 0-0-0, Garrett Burga 4-2-10, Charlie Parry 0-0-0, Jacob Fannin 0-0-0, Gavin Rome 0-0-0, Wyatt Take 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 18, 8-15: 50.

Three-point goals: Southern 4 (Sloan 2, Smalley, Burris), Buckeye Trail 6 (Rome 2, Dodd 2, Beaver 2).

Valley 54, East Palestine 26

EAST PALESTINE — Valley Christian jumped on East Palestine out of the gate to down Valley 54-26 on Friday in Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference play.

The Eagles led 14-6 after a quarter and 33-11 at the half.

Dominic Wycoff scored 12 for the Bulldogs.

Valley won the jayvee game, 38-11.

East Palestine welcomes Leetonia today.

VALLEY: 14-19-16- 5–54

EAST PALESTINE: 6-5- 2-13–26

VALLEY SCORING: J. Battista 1-1-3, Sekou Stanley 1-0-2, Gavin Howard 5-1-12, Mark Revere 8-0-16, Veshan Gurley 3-3-9, Brandon Paige 1-1-3, Jontrell Mixon 2-1-5, Alijah Gibon 1-0-2, Tyree Washington 0-2-2. TEAM TOTALS: 22, 9-14: 54.

EAST PALESTINE SCORING: Tyler Bistarkey 1-2-5, Ryan Rosen 0-0-0, Weston Jones 2-0-5, Zion Finley 0-0-0, Dominic Fertsch 0-0-0, Dominic Wycoff 5-1-12, Owen Elliott 0-0-0, Landon Price 0-0-0, Thomas Shasteen 0-0-0, Evan Smith 1-2-4, Jake Johnston 0-0-0, Shane Richardson 0-0-0, Aidan McTrusky 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 9, 5-8: 26.

Three-point goals: Valley 1 (Howard), East Palestine 3 (Bistarkey, Jones, Wycoff).

West Branch 53, Alliance 37

BELOIT — West Branch used a 27-13 second half to beat Alliance, 53-37, in Eastern Buckeye Conference play Friday.

The Warriors improve to 10-3 overall and 4-3 in the EBC.

West Branch’s Jaxon Hendershott hit five three-pointers for a game-high 17 points. Dru DeShields added 10 points and Jed Smith eight.

There was no junior varsity game.

The Warriors are back in action next Saturday when they host Youngstown Mooney.

ALLIANCE: 18- 6- 7- 6–37

WEST BRANCH: 13-13-10-17–53

ALLIANCE SCORING: C. Bates 0-0-0, G. Ford 2-2-7, R. Hawkins 2-2-6, T. Young 0-0-0, B. Zurbrugg 2-0-4, D. Allen 4-2-10, C. Haines 1-0-2, K. Davis 3-0-8. TEAM TOTALS: 14, 6-11: 37.

WEST BRANCH SCORING: Nick Wilson 0-1-1, Jed Smith 3-1-8, Jaxon Hendershott 6-0-17, Josh Gregory 4-2-10, Jarrod Rose 1-0-2, JD Brain 1-0-2, Dru DeShields 4-2-10, Andrew Coffee 1-1-3, Brock Smith 0-0-0. TEAM TOTALS: 20, 7-13: 53.goals: Alliance 3 (Davis 2, Ford), West Branch 6 (Hendershott 5, Smith).

Jackson-Milton 50, Sebring 46

NORTH JACKSON — Dylan Johnson had 16 points but it wasn’t enough for Sebring as Jackson-Milton struck down the Trojans 50-46 on Friday in Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference play.

Connor Shepherd had 14 points for the Trojans, 2-10, 0-8.

Matt Byrd had 10 points and 12 rebounds.

Sebring is at Kingsway Christian today.

SEBRING: 6-4-15-21–46

JACKSON-MILTON: 12-13-16-9–50

SEBRING SCORING: Connor Shepherd 5-0-14, Dylan Johnson 6-0-16, Matt Byrd 3-3-10, Frankie Lozoya 2-0-6. TEAM TOTALS: 16, 3-4: 46.

JACKSON-MILTON SCORING: Grope 5-4-14, Romigh 2-0-6, Sahli 3-0-6, Prozy 2-1-5, Sokol 0-2-2, McGinnis 4-1-12, Bouch 2-1-5. TEAM TOTALS: 18, 5-18: 50.

Three-point goals: Sebring 11 (Shepherd 4, Johnson 4, Byrd, Lozoya 2), Jackson-Milton 9 (Grope 4, McGinnis 3, Romigh 2).

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GIRLS

Cambridge 43,

Beaver Local 35

CALCUTTA — Beaver Local’s girls basketball team fell to Cambridge 43-35 on Friday.

Beaver Local falls to 1-12.

Cambridge won the jayvee game, 29-28.

Beaver Local welcomes Martins Ferry on Monday.

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