Loudonville and Hillsdale women’s basketball teams score wins

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LOUDONVILLE 71, ROOTSTOWN 46 Starting on the road, Loudonville faced a Rootstown team 11-3 and earned a non-conference victory. Shalen Guilliams scored a team-high 31 points, including five 3-pointers, to beat the Redbirds. Corri Vermilya added 20 points.

HILLSDALE 53, RITTMAN 45 Hillsdale picked up a Wayne County Athletic League win over host Rittman. The Falcons have now won six games, matching last year’s season total. Sydney Elliott and Lauren Bishop led the way in Hillsdale. Elliott hit three 3-pointers, scored 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds, while Bishop posted a double-double of 16 points and 20 rebounds.

WOOSTER 70, ASHLAND 41 Ashland dropped an Ohio Cardinal Conference game against Wooster. Klaira Paramore scored 10 points to lead the Arrows, while Lauren Green had nine.

KEYSTONE 56, BLACK RIVER 19 Black River lost to Keystone in Lorain County 8 action. Zoey Bungard led the Pirates with seven points.

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MASSILLON WASHINGTON 75, ASHLAND 70 Ashland suffered a tough loss to Massillon Washington. Luke Denbow scored a game-high 30 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and provided eight assists to beat the Arrows. Grayson Steury added 22 points and five rebounds.

NORWALK 74, NORTHWEST 69 Northwestern fell in a non-league game against Norwalk. Alex Ciolek led the Huskies in draining five 3-pointers and scoring a team-high 25 points. Brett Alberts added 15 points, five rebounds and five assists, and Ethan Siders had 13 points and seven assists.



KNIGHTS INVITATION Led by first-place heavyweight Travis Owen, Black River finished 12th out of 15 teams. Charlie Wells was second at 175 pounds for the Pirates, while Joe Dennis was fourth at 106.

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NORTHWEST 94, RITTMAN 86 (2OT) Brett Alberts and Alex Ciolek were tight when it mattered most as Northwestern earned a double overtime win over Rittman in a Wayne County Athletic League battle. The pair combined for 17 points in both overtime to lead the Huskies. Alberts capped a 34-point outburst with eight in the second OT. Alberts also had 10 assists and 10 rebounds, finishing with a triple-double. Ciolek drained four free throws and knocked down a bucket to close out a 21-point effort. Ethan Siders finished with 15 points, including the bucket to force the second overtime. Luke Wright was also key for NW with eight points and 11 rebounds, and Brandon Barnette finished with 12.

SOUTH CENTER 42, PLYMOUTH 34 Isaac Blair scored a league-high 16 points to lead South Central past Plymouth in Firelands Conference action. Sam Seidel added eight points for the Trojans, while Hagen Adams added seven.

WAYNEDALE 74, HILLSDALE 46 Waynedale knocked down Hillsdale in a WCAL matchup. The Falcons were led by Cole Sinnett with 16 and Caden Fickes with 10. Braylen Jarvis added seven.

ST. PAUL 37, NEW LONDON 34 New London narrowly missed foe FC St. Paul. Jamil Arnold led the Wildcats with a game-high 19 points, while Conner Byrd scored seven.

COLUMBIA 59, BLACK RIVER 48 Black River fell to Columbia in a clash in Lorain County 8. Ridge Martin scored a game-high 17 points to beat the Pirates, while John Kray added 11.



ASHLAND 48, MOUNT VERNON 25 Ashland improved to 16-4 in doubles with a win over Mount Vernon in Ohio Cardinal Conference action. Griffin Adkins (138 pounds), Ashden Maffett (150), Angelo Seitz (165) and Brady Welch (175) all won their pin games for the Arrows, who won four other weight classes by forfeit.

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LOUDONVILLE 70, CRESTLINE 18 Corri Vermilya led Loudonville past Mid-Buckeye Conference foes Crestline with a huge effort, posting 21 points and grabbing 20 rebounds. Maddie Kline had 13 points for the Redbirds and Shalen Guilliams finished with 10.

MAPLETON 58, MONROEVILLE 29 Mapleton knocked out Monroeville in Firelands Conference action. Bailey Davis led the Mounted Police with 15 points. Sara Hickey added 13 points, while Heidi Earl added nine.

CRESTVIEW 35, WEST RESERVE 23 Crestview picked up a FC win over Western Reserve. Frankie Dinsmore led the Cougars with 11 points, while Emma Aumend added nine.

SOUTH CENTER 62, PLYMOUTH 31 Kendyl Beverly scored a game-high 20 points to lead South Central past rivals FC Plymouth. Angela Williams added 13 points for the Trojans and Claire Osborn added 10.

WAYNEDALE 50, NORTHWEST 32 Northwestern dropped a Wayne County Athletic League game against Waynedale. Caydence Scale led the Huskies with 13 points and five rebounds, and Kara McKay finished with six points and five rebounds.

SMITHVILLE 74, HILLSDALE 36 Six different players got into the scoring act as Smithville used a balanced offense to defeat Hillsdale in WCAL action. The Falcons were led by Sydney Elliott with 12 points, while Lacey Fickes scored 10.

ST. PAUL 54, NEW LONDON 33 New London fell to St. Paul in an FC battle. The Wildcats were led by Emilee Rowland (11 points) and Alyssa Henry (seven).


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COLOMBIA 43, BLACK RIVER 31 Black River fell to Columbia in Lorain County 8 action. Riley Kubitz led the Pirates with 12 points, while Zoey Bungard had nine.


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ASHLAND 2486, MANSFIELD SENIOR 1554 Ashland picked up a dominating win over Mansfield Senior in Ohio Cardinal Conference action. Leading the Arrows were Jada Baker (201-248-449), Kelsey Baker (232-170-402), Makayla Dreibelbis (195-188-383) and Aubrie Cooke (194-166-360).

Boys bowling

ASHLAND 2600, MANSFIELD SENIOR 2519 Ashland picked up a win over OCC rival Mansfield Senior. Arrows paces were Garren Ward (239-215-454), Rex Mazzotta (186-213-399), Matthias Wood (192-200-392) and Zion Caudill (188-201-389).

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SMITHVILLE 75, NORTHWEST 58 Smithville eliminated Northwestern in a Wayne County Athletic League battle. The Huskies were led by Brett Alberts with 18 points and Alex Ciolek with 17.

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