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High school basketball records

Boys basketball Note: Records are unofficial and based on reported games. League records are from league scources. (District tournaments – Div. I: s-Solon, c-Canton; Div. II: Boardman; Div. III: h-Harding; s-Salem; Div. IV: g-Grand Valley; s-Struthers) DIVISION ...

Winning at home

HOWLAND — Battling the snow and multiple schedule changes, the host Tigers came out of the 58th Howland Wrestling Invitational with a victory, scoring 172 points, 13 more than second-place Painesville Harvey. “I’m glad we got to have the tournament,” Tigers coach Matthew Zakrajsek ...

Fitch, Howland girls win league games

AUSTINTOWN FITCH 49, HARDING 39: WARREN — Fitch stayed unbeaten in the All-American Conference Red Tier with its fifth win in a row. The Falcons (9-3, 4-0) led 19-12 after one quarter, 32-16 at halftime and 38-25 after three. Sabria Hunter and Taylor Fronk scored 13 points apiece for the ...

Bounce back victory

WARREN — The lingering effects were still haunting Gabe Bubon, and they will likely continue to do so, at least until Feb. 1. The first-year Warren G. Harding basketball coach expected ups and downs and a learning curve after leaving Point Park University to coach at his alma mater, but ...

Girard rallies to beat Lakeview

CORTLAND — The Girard Indians and Lakeview Bulldogs renewed an All-American Conference rivalry in the newly-formed Northeast 8 Conference, Friday night in Cortland. Last year, the Bulldogs were victorious, 64-57, in a game Lakeview coach Ryan Fitch called, “a real grinder.” After a slow ...

Howland defeats Lakeside, 75-58

HOWLAND 75, LAKESIDE 58: HOWLAND — Coming off their big win Tuesday against Warren G. Harding, the Tigers carried that momentum into another All-American Conference Red Tier triumph. Howland (6-7, 2-2 AAC-Red) led 17-10 after one quarter, 34-24 at halftime and 59-42 after three ...

LaBrae, Falls win in AAC Blue Tier

LABRAE 67, CHAMPION 61: LEAVITTSBURG — LaBrae took a 12-point lead into the final quarter and withstood a Champion rally to win the All-American Conference Blue Tier game. The Vikings (11-1, 5-1 AAC-Blue) led 18-10 after one quarter, 33-24 at halftime and 54-42 after three quarters on the way ...

Badger, Bristol, Windham are NAC winners

BADGER 52, MATHEWS 48: VERNON — Aiden Miller had a game-high 25 points to lead the Braves past the Mustangs in this Northeastern Athletic Conference battle. Keith Barto added 12 for Badger (10-3, 4-3). Tyle Roscoe scored 19 points for Mathews (7-5, 4-4), while Zak Arnio had 13. BRISTOL ...

Bristol enacts revenge in key win

BRISTOLVILLE — In the third game of the season, Bristol fell to Northeastern Athletic Conference rival Maplewood by three points. The Panthers got revenge in their second meeting, defeating the Rockets 39-22. “In the first game of the year we were down five of our top eight and ...

McDonald stays unbeaten; Badger cruises

GIRLS BASKETBALL ¯ McDONALD 43, JACKSON-MILTON 35: NORTH JACKSON — A big first quarter helped McDonald hold on and stay undefeated with a Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference victory over the Blue Jays. Olivia Perry scored eight of her 15 points in the first quarter, when the Blue Devils ...

Tigers stop WGH, skid

HOWLAND — There was another intriguing Howland-Warren G. Harding matchup one day after the boys teams took part in an instant classic. The girls’ version didn’t disappoint either. While there weren’t any brother-vs-brother battles between coaches, there were just as many standout ...

Champion holds off Liberty in AAC battle

CHAMPION — In a battle of two of the All-American Conference, Blue Tier’s finest, it was the Golden Flashes of Champion that came out on top, defeating Liberty, 67-60. “It was just two good teams,” said Golden Flashes coach Michael Cole, whose team is 9-3, 5-1 and has won seven ...

Newton Falls, Brookfield earn All-American Conference wins

¯ NEWTON FALLS 62, CAMPBELL 27: CAMPBELL — Allison Sembach and Bree Hutson combined for 15 of the Tigers 23 first-half points to lead Newton Falls past the Red Devils in this All-American Conference Blue Tier matchup. Sembach had 13 points, while Hutson had 14 for Newton Falls (11-3, ...

Changes made to Howland tourney

The Howland Invitational is making some changes to this weekend’s tournament in response to the likelihood of inclement weather for Saturday. Weigh-ins for the tournament will now start at 8 a.m. for teams attending, and the coaches’ meeting will be at approximately 9:30 (possibly ...

Basketball statistical leaders

Stats are submitted by coaches/statisticians and are through Saturday’s games. Those who would like to include their team’s statistics can do so by 6 p.m. each Monday by emailing them to sports@tribtoday.com or faxing them to 330-841-1717. BOYS Scoring Zach Rasile, ...

Oh, brother, what a game

WARREN — It seemed hard for fans not to make the Warren G. Harding-Howland basketball game about the Battle of the Bubons. Coaches and brothers Dan and Gabe Bubon were facing off for the first time, which made for an interesting plot to the matchup, but the game itself was even more ...

Elza sets Bristol scoring mark with 49

BRISTOL 76, MAPLEWOOD 40: BRISTOLVILLE — Gage Elza broke Bristol’s all-time single-game scoring record, scoring 49 points in three quarters of play in the Northeastern Athletic Conference game. The previous record was 48 points by Larry Armstrong during the 1966-67 season. Elza also had ...

Vikings, Flashes win in AAC Blue

LABRAE 76, LIBERTY 36: LIBERTY — LaBrae pushed its winning streak to seven games with the easy All-American Conference Blue Tier road win. The Vikings (10-1, 4-1) were led by Tyler Stephens who scored 33 points, 26 in the first half when LaBrae built a 44-13 lead. Benton Tennant added 14 ...

Swimming: ALL-AMERICAN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

At Warren G. Harding ¯ BOYS SCORES: 1. Boardman 573; 2. Canfield 374; 3. Warren G. Harding 345 4. Lakeside 163; 5. Austintown Fitch 42; 6. Howland 74; 7. Liberty 25; 8. Edgewood 17. ¯ DIVING: 1. Ty Loudin (WGH) 409.10; 2. Teddy Anzevino(B) 404.55; 3. Connor Leecue (WGH) 313.05. ¯ 200 ...

Confident scorer

WARREN — Caitlyn Condoleon has always had a passion for the game of basketball. Then she met Antonella LaMonica. Things started to make sense for the then John F. Kennedy High School freshman. LaMonica, who now runs track at Youngstown State University, set the school’s girls basketball ...