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January 12, 2013

Scholastic Statistics:

BOYS BASKETBALL

NON-CONFERENCE

Edgewood 52, Conneaut 43

at Edgewood

CONNEAUT (43)

Michael Mirando 1 1-2 3, Jacob Spees 1 0-0 2, Dylan Campbell 2 0-0 5, Amen Gerics 2 0-0 4, Joey Borgerding 0 0-0 0, Jordan Geiser 0 0-0 0, Nick Blood 1 1-3 3, Christian Williams 6 6-9 22, Bud Ritari 2 0-0 4. Totals 15 8-14 43.

EDGEWOOD (52)

Connor McLaughlin 6 3-4 19, Dylan McCaleb 3 1-2 8, Louie Wisnyai 7 1-4 15, Andrew Konczal 1 4-5 6, Matt Fitchet 1 0-0 2 Joey Zappitelli 1 0-0 2. Totals 19 9-15 52.

Conneaut     7     11     17     8—    43

Edgewood     12     7     14      19—    52

 3-pointers — Conneaut 5 (Williams 4, Campbell 1); Edgewood 5 (McLaughlin 4, McCaleb 1). Total fouls — Conneaut 15; Edgewood 12. Fouled out — None. Technical fouls — None. Field goals — Conneaut 15-48 (31.3 percent); Edgewood 19-54 (35.2 percent). Rebounds — Conneaut 28 (Campbell 7); Edgewood 24 (Konczal 7). Turnovers — Conneaut 11; Edgewood 10. Assists — Conneaut 8 (Mirando 2); Edgewood 11 (McLaughlin 6). Steals — Conneaut 3 (Geiser 2); Edgewood 9 (Wisnyai 4). Blocked shots — Conneaut 1 (Blood); Edgewood 3 (Fitchet 2).

n Records — Conneaut 1-7; Edgewood 8-3.

n Next games — Horizon Science at Conneaut, Wednesday; Edgewood at Newton Falls, today (6).

n Officials — Joe Hewitt, Wally Zielenski, Jeremy Randall.

n JV — Edgewood, 48-40. Conneaut 2-6: Justin Myers 14 points; Edgewood 6-4: Matt DiDinato 13 points.

PREMIER

Riverside 58, Geneva 37

at Community Fieldhouse

GENEVA (00)

Brandon Kovach 0 2-2 2, Dan Camplese 0 0-0 0, Zac Sweat 3 1-2 7, Vern Thompson 5 4-5 14, Steve Jewell 0 0-0 0, Eric Juncker 1 0-0 2, Matt Mackynen 1 2-4 4, Ron Varckette 1 0-0 2, David Smalley 1 4-5 6. Totals 12 13-18 37.

RIVERSIDE (00)

Mitch Tirabassi 0 0-0 0, Dan Clifford 0 0-0 0, Jordan Aiken 3 0-0 7, Brad Rinella 2 0-0 5, Tim Keller 3 0-0 9, Maxx Brubaker 3 3-6 9, Chandler Smith 4 3-3 11, Adam Hockman 0 2-2 2, Jared Nalapa 3 0-1 7, Marcus Wadas 2 0-4 4, Austin Hess 0 0-0 0, Ricky Fiore 0 0-0 0, Brett Piers 0 0-0 0, Alex Wade 1 0-0 3, Ronny Krsolovic 0 1-2 1. Totals 21 9-18 58.

Geneva     4     10     17     6—    37

Riverside     7     10     30      11—    58

 3-pointers — Geneva 0; Riverside 7 (Keller 3, Aiken 1, Rinella 1, Wade 1 Nalapa 1). Total fouls — Geneva 15; Riverside 16. Fouled out — None. Technical fouls — Riverside- Coach May. Field goals — Geneva 12-28 (42.9 percent); Riverside 21-66 (31.8 percent). Rebounds — Geneva 33 (Sweat 5); Riverside 37 (Brubaker 7). Turnovers — Geneva 42; Riverside 20. Assists — Geneva 5 (Smalley 2); Riverside 10 (Aiken 3). Steals — Geneva 12 (Smalley 3, Kovach 3); Riverside 21 (Aiken 5). Blocked shots — Geneva 4 (Mackynen 2); Riverside 1 (Brubaker 1).

n Records — Geneva 0-11 (0-7 in PAC); Riverside 7-4 (6-2 in PAC).

n Next games — Geneva at Edgewood, Tuesday (WFUN); Mayfield at Riverside, Tuesday.

n Officials — Phil Tilker, Evan Robertson, Angelo Gasparro

n JV — Riverside, 67-34. Geneva 1-10 (0-7 in PAC): Cody Bruensma 7 points; Riverside 7-4 (7-1 in PAC): Tim Keller 21 points, Brett Peters 11

NON-CONFERENCE

Liberty 63, Jefferson 55

at Liberty

JEFFERSON (55)

Jacob Hamilton 1 2-2 4, Troy Bloom 6 0-0 17, Brett Powers 5 2-2 12, James Jackson 1 0-0 3, Steven Houser 0 0-0 0, Justin Butler 1 0-2 2,  Lucas Hitchcock 2 7-7 11, Jacob Adams 1 2-3 4, Sage Cantini 1 0-0 2. Totals 18 13-16 55.

LIBERTY (63)

Danny Markulin 7 1-3 15, Cameron Clark 5 4-6 14, Darrien Underwood 6 0-1 12, Asim Pleas Jr. 5 1-4 11, John Helms 2 2-7 7, Terrance Thigpen 1 2-2 4. Totals 26 10-23 63.

Jefferson     14     12     14     15—    55

Liberty     16     13     17      17—    63

 3-pointers — Jefferson 6 (Bloom 5, Jackson 1); Liberty 1 (Helms). Total fouls — Jefferson 18; Liberty 13. Fouled out — None. Technical fouls — None. Field goals — Jefferson 18-58 (31 percent); Liberty 26-61 (42.6 percent). Rebounds — Jefferson 26 (Adams 7, Butler 5); Liberty 38 (Markulin 12, Underwood 8, Clark 8). Turnovers — Jefferson 12; Liberty 17. Assists — Jefferson 11 (Hamilton 4); Liberty 14 (Helms 5). Steals — Jefferson 7 (Hamilton 3); Liberty 6 (Helms 3). Blocked shots — Jefferson 1 (Adams); Liberty 2 (Underwood).

n Records — Jefferson 4-7 (2-4 in AAC); Liberty 6-5 (4-0 in AAC).

n Next games — Jefferson at Fitch, Tuesday.

n Officials — Joe Vitello, Donald Friendrich, and Greg Patorary.

n JV — Jefferson, 64-32. Jefferson 10-1 (5-0 in AAC): Sam Caskey 13 points; Liberty: Markell Thomas 6 points.

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