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December 5, 2012

Scholastic Statistics:

BOYS BASKETBALL

NON-CONFERENCE

Jefferson 48, Geneva 43

at Geneva

JEFFERSON (48)

Jacob Hamilton 0 1-2 1, Troy Bloom 4 0-2 10, Tony Chiacchiero 0 0-0 0, Brett Powers 1 3-6 6, Steven Houser 0 0-0 0, Justin Butler 0 0-0 0, Lucas Hitchcock 5 0-0 10, Ryan Zindash 3 3-5 9, David Chase 3 2-5 8, Jacob Adams 1 2-4 4. Totals 17 11-23 48.

GENEVA (43)

Brandon Kovach 2 1-2 6, Zac Sweat 2 3-4 7, Vern Thompson 2 3-8 7, Travis Blake 0 1-2 1, Steve Jewell 0 0-0 0, Eric Juncker 5 1-2 12, Matt Mackynen 1 0-5 2, Ron Varckette 2 0-3 4, David Smalley 0 4-5 4. Totals 14 13-31 43.

Jefferson     10     17     9     12—    48

Geneva     11     12     10      10—    43

 3-pointers — Jefferson 3 (Bloom 2, Powers 1); Geneva 2 (Juncker 1, Kovach 1). Total fouls — Jefferson 20; Geneva 18. Fouled out — Hitchcock (J). Technical fouls — None. Field goals — Jefferson 17-40 (42.5 percent); Geneva 14-39 (35.8 percent). Rebounds — Jefferson 25 (Chase 7); Geneva 19 (Smalley 4). Turnovers — Jefferson 15; Geneva 17. Assists — Jefferson  10 (Hamilton 3, Bloom 3); Geneva 7 (Blake 3). Steals — Jefferson Jefferson (Hamilton 3); Geneva 6 (Juncker 2). Blocked shots — Jefferson 5 (Chase 3); Geneva 1 (Juncker 1).

n Records — Jefferson 1-2; Geneva 0-2.

n Next games — Niles McKinley at Jefferson, Friday; Riverside at Geneva, Friday.

n Officials — Ray Heidecker, Brian Howard, John Teske.

n JV — Jefferson, 53-29. Jefferson 1-0: Sam Caskey 12 points; Geneva Geneva 0-2: Tyler Drought 7 points, Cody Brunsma 7 points.

Madison 82, Edgewood 63

at Edgewood

MADISON (82)

Jordan McClure 1 3-6 6, Stephan Ortiz 12 1-4 31, Brett Monty 7 5-8 25, Aaron Petruclecci 2 2-4 6, Brandon Smith 2 0-2 4, John Daulhausen 3 1-1 7, Kurt Smith 1 0-0 2, Brandon Burkholder 0 0-0 0. Totals 28 10-25 82.

EDGEWOOD (63)

Connor McLaughlin 3 2-2 9, Dylan McCaleb 1 8-9 10, Louie Wisnyai 1 3-4 5, Andrew Konczal 5 2-2 14, Matt Fitchet 2 2-3 6, Josh Vass 2 0-0 6, Joey Zappitelli 3 1-1 8, Anthony Monda 2 0-2 4, Jeff Gonzalez 0 2-2 2. Totals 19 20-25 63.

Madison     27     21     17     17—    82

Edgewood     8     22     16      17—    63

 3-pointers — Madison 10 (Ortiz 5, Monty 4, McClure 1); Edgewood 6 (Konczal 2, Vass 2, McGlaughlin 1, Zapitelli 1). Total fouls — Madison 22; Edgewood 23. Fouled out — None. Technical fouls — None. Field goals — Madison 28-53 (52.8 percent); Edgewood 19-50 (38.0 percent). Rebounds — Madison 35 (Ortiz 8); Edgewood 28 (Wisnyai 5). Turnovers — Madison 14; Edgewood 20. Assists — Madison 11 (Monty 5); Edgewood 10 (McCaleb 3). Steals — Madison 10 (Monty 4); Edgewood 6 (Wisnyai 3). Blocked shots — Madison 3 (Petruclecci 2); Edgewood 2 (Konczal 1).

n Records — Madison 1-1; Edgewood 0-1.

n Next games — South at Madison, Friday (freshmen tip at 4:30); Edgewood at NDCL, Friday.

n JV — Madison, 42-23. Madison 1-1: Hunter Drzik 10 points; Edgewood 0-1: Aaron Starcher 6 points.

Perry 57, Riverside 51

at Community Fieldhouse

PERRY (57)

Anthony Keipert 8 0-2 16, Mike Walker 1 0-0 2, Cale Burdyshaw 3 12-15 19, Ryan Bellisimo 0 0-0 0, Mike Sorine 1 0-1 2, Ryan Zaletel 1 1-2 4, Zach Buescher 0 2-2 2, Luke Farrell 0 0-0 0, Ian Illig 3 6-10 12. Totals 17 21-32 57.

RIVERSIDE (51)

Mitch Tirabassi 0 0-1 0, Dan Clifford 0 1-2 1, Jordan Aiken 1 0-0 2, Brad Rinella 1 1-2 3, Tim Keller 2 0-1 6, Maxx Brubaker 2 1-3 5, Chandler Smith 5 3-4 14, Adam Hockman 5 0-0 10, Jared Nalapa 1 2-3 4, Marcus Wadas 3 0-2 6. Totals 20 8-18 51.

Perry     13     11     15     18—    57

Riverside     12     12     10      17—    51

 3-pointers — Perry 2 (Burdyshaw 1, Zaletel 1); Riverside 3 (Keller 2, Smith 1). Total fouls — Perry 17; Riverside 26. Fouled out — Smith (R). Technical fouls — None. Field goals — Perry 17-39 (43.6 percent); Riverside 20-63 (31.7 percent). Rebounds — Perry 36 (Burdyshaw 8); Riverside 38 (Wadas 11). Turnovers — Perry 26; Riverside 20. Assists — Perry 8 (Burdyshaw 3); Riverside 9 (Rinella 3). Steals — Perry 9 (Keipert 3); Riverside 11 (Brubaker 5). Blocked shots — Perry 6 (Buescher 4); Riverside 1 (Brubaker 1).

n Records — Perry 2-1; Riverside 0-2.

n Next games — Kenston at Perry, Saturday; Riverside at Geneva, Friday.

n Officials — Kevin Jackson, Altheia Bufford, Bob Owens.

n JV — Perry, 45-44. Perry 2-1: Josh McCallister 9 points; Riverside 0-2: Brett Peters 15 points.

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