The Star Beacon; Ashtabula, Ohio

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February 15, 2013

Scholastic Statistics:

BOYS BASKETBALL

NORTHEASTERN ATHLETIC

Pymatuning Valley 59, Badger 24

at Pymatuning Valley

Badger (24)

Joe Gorospe 0 2-2 2, Matt Kranl 4 2-2 10, Cody Marshall 0 0-0 0, Rich Roscoe 1 0-0 2, Curtiss McKnight 1 0-0 2, Colton Kellogg 0 0-0 0, Jason Lipps 0 0-0 0, Daniel Shuttleworth 0 0-0 0, Vince Mathia 0 0-0 0, Hunter Hall 0 0-0 0. Totals 9 6-9 24.

PYMATUNING VALLEY (59)

Tim Cross 4 3-3 13, Austin Nowakowski 3 2-2 11, Grant Nowakowski 3 0-0 7, Quintin Ratliff 7 4-4 18, Tim Baker 2 0-0 4, Cody Bell 0 0-0 0, Aaron Cross 0 0-0 0, Travis Kiser 1 0-0 2, Chase Thurber 2 0-0 4. Totals 22 9-9 59.

Badger                    8     4     0          12   —    24

PV                             17     9     20          13   —    59

 3-pointers — Badger 0; PV 6 (A. Nowakowski 3, T. Cross 2, G. Nowakowski 1). Total fouls — Badger 10; PV 10. Fouled out — None. Technical fouls — None. Field goals — Badger 9-28 (32.1 percent); PV 22-38 (57.9 percent). Rebounds — Badger 6 (Kellogg 2); PV 24 (Ratliff 7). Turnovers — Badger 17; PV 12. Assists — Badger 2; PV 13 (T. Cross 7). Steals — Badger 1; PV 7 (Ratliff 5). Blocked shots — Badger 3 (Lipps 2); PV 1 (Baker).

n Records — Badger 8-10; PV 15-4 (10-2 in NAC).

n Next games — PV at Lordstown, today.

n Officials — Tony Spano, Jim Antes, Drew Puckrin.

n JV — Badger, 33-25. Badger 13-5: Hunter Hall 13 points; PV 1`2-7 (9-3 in NAC).

AROUND OHIO

Batavia 57, Middletown Madison 49

Cle. St. Ignatius 58, Cle. Hts. 54

Cols. Brookhaven 67, Cols. Marion-Franklin 62

Cols. Centennial 70, Cols. Wellington 52

Cols. International 44, Cols. Horizon Science 42

Gahanna Christian 54, Madison Christian 32

Hilliard Darby 62, Hilliard Bradley 26

Kingsway Christian 61, Elyria First Baptist Christian 49

Maple Hts. 71, Cle. Lincoln W. 50

Milton-Union 54, Carlisle 51

N. Royalton 56, Parma Normandy 45

Pataskala Wat Memorial 53, Lewis Center Olent Orange 50

Worthington Christian 88, Grove City Christian 57

GIRLS BASKETBALL

AROUND OHIO

Arcadia 75, McGuffey Upper Scioto Valley 73, 2OT

Ashland Mapleton 51, Monroeville 42

Beachwood 60, Shaker Hts. Laurel 39

Bluffton 46, Delphos Jefferson 42

Brookfield 50, Bristol 27

Celina 75, Elida 60

Chagrin Falls 38, Chardon 27

Chardon NDCL 84, Akr. Elms 27

Clyde 77, Milan Edison 34

Collins Western Reserve 50, Ashland Crestview 36

Columbiana 68, E. Palestine 49

Continental 32, Kalida 26

Convoy Crestview 55, Columbus Grove 30

Edgerton 59, Haviland Wayne Trace 43

Findlay 72, Lima Sr. 62

Fostoria 46, Genoa Area 43

Greenwich S. Cent. 66, Plymouth 54

Harrod Allen E. 32, Lima Cent. Cath. 30

Johnstown-Monroe 60, Richwood N. Union 46

Lima Bath 52, Ottawa-Glandorf 42

Lima Perry 48, Vanlue 36

Maria Stein Marion Local 61, Rockford Parkway 39

New Bremen 49, Delphos St. John’s 45

New Knoxville 45, Coldwater 40

New Riegel 52, Old Fort 9

Newton Falls 61, Cortland Maplewood 55, OT

Norwalk 44, New Washington Buckeye Cent. 37

Oak Harbor 87, Sandusky St. Mary 40

Ottoville 60, McComb 45

Philo 52, New Concord John Glenn 34

Poland Seminary 59, Hubbard 44

Port Clinton 46, Huron 19

Sandusky Perkins 50, Castalia Margaretta 34

St. Henry 50, Ft. Recovery 39

Tree of Life 47, Fairfield Christian 24

Van Wert 45, St. Marys Memorial 27

Van Wert Lincolnview 68, Spencerville 51

Wapakoneta 69, Lima Shawnee 58

Warren Lordstown 60, Leavittsburg LaBrae 43

Waynesfield-Goshen 68, Cory-Rawson 51

Wellston 79, OVC 47

Division I

Cin. St. Ursula 57, Cin. Western Hills 28

Cin. Sycamore 56, Milford 24

Cin. Winton Woods 72, Loveland 28

Cin. Withrow 61, Cin. Glen Este 38

Fairfield 59, Batavia Amelia 40

Lebanon 48, Beavercreek 47

Mt. Notre Dame 54, Cin. Anderson 44

Pickerington N. 83, Cols. Marion-Franklin 18

Division II

Athens 55, Thornville Sheridan 38

Bellbrook 92, Monroe 30

Circleville Logan Elm 49, Circleville 41

Marietta 52, Vincent Warren 47

Minerva 56, Rayland Buckeye 34

Mt. Orab Western Brown 50, Cin. Mt. Healthy 46

Oxford Talawanda 71, Batavia 32

Spring. Kenton Ridge 74, Spring. NE 28

Urbana 60, Bellefontaine Benjamin Logan 49

Washington C.H. 61, Williamsport Westfall 54

Wintersville Indian Creek 53, Dresden Tri-Valley 50

Division III

Anna 90, Day. Northridge 15

Chillicothe Zane Trace 62, Ironton Rock Hill 33

Cin. Madeira 63, Cin. Finneytown 26

Lynchburg-Clay 75, W. Union 15

Oak Hill 54, Southeastern 27

Peebles 36, Piketon 17

Versailles 52, W. Liberty-Salem 22

Division IV

Day. Miami Valley 51, Cin. College Prep. 46

Manchester 51, Latham Western 35

Portsmouth Notre Dame 74, Mowrystown Whiteoak 58

Reedsville Eastern 78, Stewart Federal Hocking 24

S. Webster 54, Beaver Eastern 49

Yellow Springs 53, Cin. Gamble Montessori 23

OVAC Tournament

Class 2A

Consolation Final

Bridgeport 63, Clay-Battelle, W.Va. 59

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