AREA ROUNDUP: Dawson rewrites Maplewood record books in win
MECCA – Entering Wednesday night’s game, Maplewood senior Brooke Dawson only needed four points to become the Rockets’ all-time leading scorer.
She achieved that goal in the second quarter. Finishing the night with a game-high 19 points, Dawson led the Rockets to a 71-22 victory over Berkshire while writing her name in the Maplewood record books.
Having already scored her 1,000th point this season, Dawson now has 1,112 points in her career. She broke the record set last year by Allison Bell, who had 1,093.
Along with Dawson’s night, Miranda Sloan added 17 points. The Rockets are now 14-2 and take on Badger tonight.
GARFIELD 59, MOGADORE 47: GARFIELD – The G-Men sank 10 3-pointers, including six from Maddisson Geddes, and took a big first-half lead in a Portage Trail Conference victory over Mogadore.
Geddes led all scorers with 23 points and helped Garfield take a 32-19 halftime lead. Lauren Jones and Grayson Rose each added 11 points for the G-Men, who outrebounded the Wildcats, 41-25. Rose notched a double-double with 13 rebounds, and Jones filled up her stat line with five assists and three steals.
Naomi Pollock led Mogadore with 13 points.
CANFIELD 54, HOWLAND 43: CANFIELD – After a big second quarter, Howland took a 10-point lead into intermission. But Canfield came out with a fury in the second half to rally and defeat the Tigers in an All-American Conference, American Division, victory.
Howland scored 21 points in the second quarter, which gave it a 27-17 lead. However, led by Andrew Midgley’s 13 second-half points, the Cardinals outscored Howland 37-16 in the final half. Midgley finished with 17.
Brady Clark added 16 for Canfield (13-3, 6-2). Jarret Vrabel had 12 points and a team-high eight rebounds.
Connor Antinone led Howland with 12 points. Reece Bogan chipped in 11.
EDGEWOOD 67, LAKEVIEW 47: CORTLAND – Ryan Pishotti had 10 of his 16 points in the second quarter and Lakeview led Edgewood by five after three quarters.
It seemed the Bulldogs would get past the visiting Warriors.
Then, Eli Kalil and Edgewood scored the first 11 points of the fourth quarter en route to a victory on Tuesday night.
The Warriors (9-6) outscored the Bulldogs (3-12) 28-3 in the final quarter. Kalil had 14 of his game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter.