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February 24, 2013

Scholastic Statistics:

BOYS BASKETBALL

PREMIER ATHLETIC

Lakeside 76, Riverside 63

at Lakeside Gymnasium

RIVERSIDE (63)

Mitch Tirabassi 1 0-0 2, Dan Clifford 1 2-2 4, Jordan Aiken 4 0-0 8, Brad Rinella 0 1-4 1, Tim Keller 3 0-0 7, Maxx Brubaker 4 4-4 12, Chandler Smith 3 0-0 6, Adam Hockman 6 2-2 14, Jared Nalepa 2 0-0 4, Marcus Wadas 1 0-2 2. Totals 25 9-14 63.

LAKESIDE (76)

Jaeden Jones 2 0-0 4, Kyle Downs 4 1-4 10, Emonte Parks 8 3-3 21, Odera Ajamu 1 2-4 4, Tristan  Bradley 2 1-2 5, Jerel Lower 1 0-0 2, Nick Meola 4 2-4 10, Marcell Ballenger 5 1-1 11. Totals 27 10-18 76.

Riverside     8     18     14     23—    63

Lakeside     16     15     18      27—    76

 3-pointers — Riverside 2 (Keller 1, Fiore 1); Lakeside 3 (Parks 2, Downs 1). Rebounds — Lakeside 41 (Ajamu 10). Assists — Lakeside 19 (Bradley 6). Steals — Lakeside 15 (Downs 4).

n Records — Lakeside 8-14 (5-9 in PAC).

n Next games — (9) South vs. (8) Riverside, Euclid Division I sectional semifinal, Tuesday (5:30); (11) Lakeside vs. (12) Chardon-(1) Mentor winner, Euclid Division I sectional championship, Friday (7).

NON-CONFERENCE

Brookfield 59,

Pymatuning Valley 46

at Pymatuning Valley

BROOKFIELD (59 )

Jeremy Quinlan 8 0-0 18, Collin Harkulich 5 1-3 11, Jimmy Quinlan 3 4-4 10, Derrick Dickson 4 2-3 10, Ryan Mosora 4 0-0 10, Jamal Tarver 0 0-0 0, Seth Wallace 0 0-0 0. Totals 24 7-10 59.

PYMATUNING VALLEY (46)

Tim Cross 3 2-4 9, Austin Nowakowski 1 1-2 4, Grant Nowakowski 1 2-2 4, Quintin Ratliff 9 1-4 24, Aaron Cross 0 0-0 0, Travis Kiser 1 0-0 2, Joey Hunt 0 0-0 0, Chase Thurber 1 0-0 3. Totals 16 6-12 46.

Brookfield     13     17     12     17—    59

PV     14     13     5      14—    46

 3-pointers — Brookfield 4 (Je. Quinlan 2, Mosora 2); PV 8 (Ratliff 5, Thurber 1, A. Nowakowski 1, T. Crios 1). Total fouls — Brookfield 14; PV 15. Fouled out — G. Nowakowski (PV). Technical fouls — None. Field goals — Brookfield 24-42 (57.1 percent); PV 16-48 (33.3 percent). Rebounds — Brookfield 24 (Je. Quinlan 10); PV 26 (Ratliff 7). Turnovers — Brookfield 10; PV 11. Assists — Brookfield 11 (Ji. Quinlan 4); PV 10 (T. Cross 4, A. Nowakowski 4). Steals — Brookfield 2 (Dickson 2); PV 2 (Ratliff 2). Blocked shots — Brookfield 0; PV 0.

n Records — Brookfield 19-3; PV 17-5.

n Next games — (2) Brookfield vs. (13) Grand Valley, Howland Division III sectional semifinal, Monday (8); (6) PV vs. (8) Cardinal, Howland Division III sectional semifinal, Tuesday (6).

n Officials — Ed Friesen, Jim Reamansnyder, Bobby Starks.

n JV — Brookfield, 40-32. Brookfield 17-5: Jacob Jackson 14 points; PV 12-9: Travis Kiser 12 points.

AROUND OHIO

Bellevue 66, Sandusky 48

Beverly Ft. Frye 60, Waterford 39

Cle. Benedictine 58, Cle. St. Ignatius 37

Cle. John Marshall 69, Parma Hts. Valley Forge 64

Mansfield Sr. 76, Massillon Washington 60

New Matamoras Frontier 70, Beallsville 51

Rocky River 61, N. Olmsted 38

Division I

Centerville 41, Springfield 36

Cin. Elder 59, Harrison 51

Cin. La Salle 69, Morrow Little Miami 20

Cin. Moeller 69, Mt. Orab Western Brown 21

Cin. Princeton 62, Hamilton 52

Clayton Northmont 64, Troy 52

Cols. St. Charles 53, Hilliard Darby 51

Dresden Tri-Valley 57, Canal Winchester 50

Gahanna Lincoln 66, Ashville Teays Valley 49

Galloway Westland 67, Cols. Briggs 59

Huber Hts. Wayne 99, Sidney 33

Lewis Cent Olentangy 43, Cols. Upper Arlington 41

Newark 76, Pataskala Watkins Memorial 55

Pickerington Cent. 66, Delaware Hayes 53

Springboro 72, Trenton Edgewood 38

Westerville N. 77, Logan 44

Westerville S. 82, Groveport-Madison 53

Zanesville 64, Lancaster 53

Division II

Caledonia River Valley 59, Whitehall-Yearling 45

Cin. Indian Hill 60, New Richmond 47

Cin. McNicholas 56, Norwood 37

Cin. Taft 93, Batavia 51

Cin. Wyoming 66, Goshen 39

Circleville Logan Elm 56, Thornville Sheridan 44

Cols. Beechcroft 76, Cols. Independence 55

Cols. Brookhaven 77, Cols. Linden McKinley 61

Cols. Centennial 87, Cols. Hamilton Twp. 55

Cols. Eastmoor 65, Newark Licking Valley 31

Cols. Marion-Franklin 79, Plain City Jon Alder 34

Cols. Mifflin 61, Cols. Bexley 55

Cols. South 68, Hebron Lakewood 42

Granville 65, Sparta Highland 28

London 65, Utica 61

Proctorville Fairland 51, Hillsboro 36

Spring. Shawnee 66, Lewistown Indian Lake 31

St. Paris Graham 52, Milton-Union 33

Sunbury Big Walnut 76, Pat Licking Hts. 75, OT

Tipp City Tippecanoe 52, Spring. Kenton Ridge 39

Trotwood-Madison 86, Belle. Benjamin Logan 51

Urbana 31, Bellefontaine 25

Vincent Warren 70, New Lexington 47

Washington C.H. Miami Trace 57, Waverly 50 Division III

Anna 56, Carlisle 54

Chillicothe Zane Trace 53, Belpre 40

Cols. Horizon Science 65, Bloom-Carroll 20

Cols. Ready 70, Heath 45

Lucasville Valley 67, Portsmouth W. 62, OT

Lynchburg-Clay 78, Peebles 68, OT

Middletown Fenwick 67, Middletown Madison 39

Milford Center Fairbanks 42, Centerburg 32

Oak Hill 49, S. Point 43

Piketon 80, Williamsport Westfall 47

Pomeroy Meigs 57, Stewart Federal Hocking 51

Richwood N. Union 66, Marion Elgin 34

W. Jefferson 78, Johnstown Northridge 63

Waynesville 65, Covington 52

Division IV

Cin. Country Day 71, Cin. College Prep. 47

Cin. Seven Hills 61, Cin. Gamble Montessori 36

Cols. International 60, Powell Village Academy 55

Fayetteville-Perry 61, Lockland 58

Sidney Lehman 63, DeGraff Riverside 39

St. Bernard 61, Felicity-Franklin 57

Tree of Life 61, Granville Christian 47

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