The Star Beacon; Ashtabula, Ohio

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December 5, 2013

Scholastic Statistics:

GIRLS BASKETBALL
NON-CONFERENCE
Edgewood 39, Conneaut 37
at Edgewood
CONNEAUT (37)
Keeley Cole 0 0-0 0, Natalie Bertalasio 1 0-0 3, Jessica Thompson 3 0-0 
9, Angela Cole 0 0-0 0, Brooke Bennett 1 0-1 2, Amanda Chadwick 0 0-0 0, 
Alyssa Chadwick 0 0-0 0, Emily Lower 1 1-2 3, Lexi Zappitelli 5 8-11 18, 
Carly Kay 1 0-0 2. Totals 12 9-14 37.
EDGEWOOD (39)
Haley Holden 2 0-0 4, Carrie Pascarella 2 1-2 5, Kate Crooks 1 0-0 2, 
Kaileigh Sloan 2 0-4 4, Gia Saturday 3 0-1 8, Katie Boomhower 0 0-0 0, 
Taylor Diemer 3 0-2 7, Iesha Niciu 1 1-2 3, Cortney Humphrey 3 0-0 6. 
Totals 17 2-11 39.
Conneaut 19 7 2 9— 37
Edgewood 8 12 13 6— 39
3-pointers — Conneaut 4 (Thompson 3, Bertolasio 1); Edgewood 3 (Saturday 
2, Diemer 1). Total fouls — Conneaut 18; Edgewood 15. Fouled out — 
Thompson (C), Humphrey (E). Technical fouls — None. Field goals — 
Conneaut 12-52 (23.1 percent); Edgewood 17-38 (44.7 percent). Rebounds — 
Conneaut 24 (Zappitelli 10); Edgewood 39 (Niciu 9). Turnovers — Conneaut 
21; Edgewood 35. Assists — Conneaut 9 (Bertolasio 4); Edgewood 10 
(Saturday 5). Steals — Conneaut 14 (Zappitelli 6); Edgewood 14 (Sloan 
5). Blocked shots — Conneaut 1 (Bertolasio 1); Edgewood 10 (Niciu 8).
n Records — Conneaut 1-3; Edgewood 2-0.
n Next games — PV at Conneaut, Saturday (6); Edgewood at Berkshire, 
Wednesday (6).
n Officials — Wilson Santiago, Lou Hirsch, Ken Zbiegen.
n JV — Edgewood, 30-11. Conneaut 1-3: Amanda Chadwick 4 points; Edgewood 
2-0: Jillian Dick 11 points.

PREMIER
Riverside 35,Lakeside 33
at Community Fieldhouse
LAKESIDE (33)
Kristin Keasling 1 1-2 3,Ashley Stoneman 0 0-0 0, Nikki Kelly 0 0-0 
0,Shy’Questa Pollard 0 0-0 0, Alexis Benedict 0 2-2 0, Aaliyah Hunt 5 
2-4 12, Brianna Scruggs 0 0-0 0, Sarah Morehouse 5 0-1 12, Sharisse Hunt 
2 0-2 4. Totals 13 5-11 33.
RIVERSIDE (35)
Brittney Prugel 0 2-2 0, Brianna Prugel 2 5-6 9, Shannon Garvey 2 5-14 
9, Erin Fahl 0 0-2 0, Ashley Plassard 1 0-0 1, Jess Kovalchuk 0 0-0 0, 
Juliana Muir 0 0-0 0, Kirsten Ponsart 4 4-6 13, Olivia Parsons 0 0-0 0. 
Totals 9 16-30 35.
Lakeside 7 12 3 7 4— 33
Riverside 5 7 9 8 6— 35
3-pointers — Lakeside 2 (Morehouse 2); Riverside 1 (Ponsart). Total 
fouls — Lakeside 19; Riverside 10. Fouled out — Sharisse Hunt. Technical 
fouls — None. Field goals — Lakeside 13-48 (27.1 percent); Riverside 
9-34 ( 26.5 percent). Rebounds — Lakeside 43 (A. Hunt 17); Riverside 28 
(Garvey 4, Brianna Prugel 4). Turnovers — Lakeside 26; Riverside 16. 
Assists — Lakeside 7 (Keasling 3); Riverside 6 ( Fahl 2, Garvey 2). 
Steals — Lakeside 5 (Keasling 2, A. Hunt 2); Riverside 17 (Garvey 5). 
Blocked shots — Lakeside 2 (Morehouse 2); Riverside 3 (Ponsart 2).
n Records — Lakeside 0-4 (0-2 in PAC); Riverside 2-2 (1-1 in PAC).
n Next games — Lakeside at Madison, Saturday (1); Riverside at North, 
Saturday (1).
n Officials — Damien Hunt, Bill Unger, Don Louis.
n JV — Lakeside, 44-20. Lakeside 1-1 (1-1 in PAC): Brianna Scruggs 11 
points; Riverside1-3 (0-2 in PAC): Brittney Prugel 6 points.

AROUND OHIO
Akr. Hoban 100, Akr. Garfield 16
Akr. SVSM 67, Youngs. Ursuline 27
Amherst Steele 48, N. Olmsted 34
Avon 57, N. Ridgeville 40
Beavercreek 70, Sidney 41
Brunswick 63, Cuyahoga Falls 20
Can. South 53, Uhrichsville Claymont 42
Centerville 58, Troy 29
Chillicothe 53, Washington C.H. 39
Cin. Mariemont 37, Cin. Indian Hill 29
Cin. N. College Hill 49, Cin. Summit Country Day 45
Cin. Princeton 74, Cin. Oak Hills 40
Cin. Purcell Marian 78, Cin. College Prep. 42
Cin. Turpin 43, Kings Mills Kings 35
Cin. Walnut Hills 55, Cin. Anderson 38
Cin. Western Hills 59, Cin. Taft 40
Cin. Winton Woods 48, Hamilton Badin 38
Cin. Wyoming 57, Cin. Madeira 40
Clarksville Clinton-Massie 46, Washington C.H. Miami Trace 26
Cle. St. Joseph 69, Parma Hts. Holy Name 49
Cols. Africentric 65, Westerville N. 50
Cols. Mifflin 49, Cols. South 32
Eastlake N. 57, Madison 55
Elyria 51, Parma Normandy 43
Elyria Cath. 52, Grafton Midview 27
Fayetteville-Perry 74, Hillsboro 54
Garfield Hts. Trinity 34, Chesterland W. Geauga 28
Garrettsville Garfield 60, Atwater Waterloo 35
Gates Mills Gilmour 74, Shaker Hts. Hathaway Brown 58
Greenfield McClain 70, Lees Creek E. Clinton 21
Lakewood 58, Bay Village Bay 23
Lebanon 68, Springfield 23
Liberty Twp. Lakota E. 50, Hamilton 43
London 37, Spring. NE 30
Lorain Clearview 42, Sheffield Brookside 39
Mason 45, W. Chester Lakota W. 39
Massillon Tuslaw 49, Navarre Fairless 46
Miamisburg 56, Greenville 37
Middletown 47, Cin. Sycamore 37
Milford 61, Loveland 28
Mogadore 67, Akr. Springfield 36
N. Bend Taylor 49, Cin. Deer Park 28
Oberlin 30, Wellington 25
Oxford Talawanda 63, Harrison 47
Parma 93, Cle. Rhodes 16
Patriot Preparatory Academy 44, Cols. Wellington 40
Richfield Revere 43, Tallmadge 30
Rocky River Magnificat 67, Mentor Lake Cath. 36
Shaker Hts. Laurel 55, Cle. Cent. Cath. 33
Stow-Munroe Falls 53, N. Royalton 38
Strasburg-Franklin 34, E. Can. 32
Strongsville 53, Lyndhurst Brush 37
University, W.Va. 91, Shadyside 20
Wadsworth 73, Lodi Cloverleaf 34
Westlake 37, Olmsted Falls 36
Zoarville Tuscarawas Valley 49, Magnolia Sandy Valley 37

WRESTLING
NON-CONFERENCE
Geneva 49, Edgewood 18
at Edgewood
n 106 — Will Distler (G) won by forfeit.
n 113 — Tanner Perry (E) dec. Connor Requa (G), 8-3.
n 120 — Zac Erb (E) pinned Brandon Pasko (G), 3:24.
n 126 — Brad McGirr (G) dec. Zac Noce (E), 8-2.
n 132 — Zac Elliott (G) pinned Jacob Arsulec (E), 1:12.
n 138 — Jacob Rogerson (G) pinned Jeroen Ellis (E), 5:27.
n 145 — David Ellis (E) pinned Tommy Cunningham (G), 2:19.
n 152 — Tyler Cross (G) major dec. Tyler Dufour (E), 8-0.
n 160 — Anthony Barszcz (G) pinned Nate Jones (E), 4:40.
n 170 — Juan Rodriguez (G) won by forfeit.
n 182 — Double forfeit.
n 195 — Jason Huelskamp (G) won by forfeit.
n 220 — Jarrod Harrah (E) dec. James Hawk (G), 6-4.
n 285 — Fayez (G) pinned Nate Camp (E), 2:39.
n Records — Geneva 1-0.
n Next matches — Geneva at Riverside Rumble, Dec. 13-14.

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