Bristol sweeps Lordstown in games during school
≤ BRISTOL 84, LORDSTOWN 33: BRISTOLVILLE — The Panthers apparently were wide awake Friday morning as they ran past the Red Devils in a game played in front of the Bristol student body during school hours. It was the season opener for the Northeastern Athletic Conference Stripes Division rivals.
The Panthers led 24-7 after one quarter and 48-15 at halftime.
Tommy Donadio scored 26 points, dished out five assists and recorded six steals for Bristol. Matt Church had 16 points and five rebounds, Bryan Gabrielson scored 11 points and Gage Elza scored 10 and dished out eight assists.
Lordstown was led by Marcel Jenkins with nine points.
≤ BRISTOL GIRLS 40, LORDSTOWN 37: BRISTOLVILLE — The Panthers put together a balanced attack in beating league rival Lordstown Friday morning in a close game played in front of the Bristol student body.
Kendyl Switzer scored nine points and Brenna Rimer had eight for Bristol which had seven players score, including five with at least five points. The Panthers (2-1, 1-0 Northeastern Athletic Conference) also outshot Lordstown (0-2, 0-1) from behind the 3-point arc, 4-1.
The Red Devils were led by Alexis Weekley with 12 points and Kaylynn Higginbotham with eight. Lordstown had a dismal morning at the free throw line, making just six of 27 attempts.
≤ United 62, Jackson-Milton 38: UNITED — United led the enitre way en route to a large victory over Jackson-Milton. Although the score at halftime was 26-22 in favor of United, a 17-3 third quarter by United (1-0) put the game out of reach for the Blue Jays. For Jackson-Milton (0-1), Guy Costello with 12 points and Mason Robison with 11, led the way.
≤ Grand Valley 67, Mathews 54: VIENNA — After a back and forth first half in which Grand Valley led 29-24 at halftime, GV took control in the second half for the win. Mathews (0-1) kept pace for most of the game but weren’t able to find a way to get the lead. Grand Valley (1-0) was led in scoring by Jude Cunningham. He had 18 points while Malike Mithcell helped the cause with 14 points of his own. For Mathews, Sean McDivitt helped keep pace with 27 points including 12-14 from the free throw line.
≤ Western Reserve 73, Columbiana 64: BERLIN CENTER — In a game that stayed close through the entirity, Western Reserve outlasted Columbiana in a tough game. Western Reserve (1-0) stayed consistent throughout the game to beat Columbiana (0-1). For WR, Kade Hilles led the way as he had 22 points and 11 rebounds for the Blue Devils. WR got four guys into double figures with Dom Velasquez at 14, Cole DeZee at 12 and Ryan Demsky at 16. For the Clippers, Jared Wilson led with 18 points and Hunter Zetner added 17 points. Matthew Mazel also added 12 points in the loss. WR was almost perfect from the free throw line which was the difference as it shot 15-16 to Columbiana’s 6-14 performance.
≤ Windham 80, Newbury 49: NEWBURY — In what turned out to be a large victory for Windham, The Bombers got four guys into double figures. Against Newbury, Phillip Maiorca had 16, Eric Park had 16, Mason Angle had 18 and Blaze Angle also had 16. Mason Angle also led Windham (1-0) with 9 rebounds
≤ Chalker 60, Bloomfield 16: DATELINE — After taking a 22-0 lead after the first quarter, Chalker took home a commanding victory over Bloomfield. Chalker (1-0) was led by Trystan Mollohan who had 10 points. All but one player for the Wildcats scored in the game. For Bloomfield, it made six shots including 3 3-pointers. It also pulled down 8 rebounds in the loss.
≤ Badger 71, Pymatuning Valley 61: KINSMAN — Even after going on a 15-0 run in the end of the third quarter and into the fourth quarter, Badger defeated Pymatuning Valley behind a good shooting night. Badger (1-0) was led by Aiden Miller who poured in 18 points while Pymatuning Valley (0-1) was led by Austin Roberts who also scored 18 points. PV shot just 12-25 from the free throw line. Badger got to the free throw line 31 times and hit 18 of them. Trent Panak also scored 14 points including 4 3-pointers for PV. Four guys scored i ndouyble figures for Badger as Logan Popovich scored 15, Jacob Eucker scored 13 and Logan Lendak had 10 as Miller led the team with his 18.