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St. Paul boys start big week with FC road win

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Updated Jan 16, 2018 at 10:59 PM

NANKIN TWP. — The St. Paul boys basketball team steadily outscored host Mapleton over the first three quarters of Tuesday’s Firelands Conference game — building a seven-point lead in a 46-40 win.

The Flyers improved to 4-4 overall and 3-2 in the FC with the win, while the Mounties fell to 1-9, 1-5.

Chris Ruffing and Ian Kashian led a balanced scoring attack for St. Paul, each finishing with 10 points. Nick Lukasko added eight points for the Flyers.

Paul Pearce and Kaden Rossman each scored five points, while Nate and Nick Winslow each scored four.

St. Paul led 11-10 after one quarter and 22-18 at halftime. It extended the lead to 32-25 through three quarters, and the Mounties held a slight 15-14 edge in the fourth for the final margin.

The win is the start of a big week for St. Paul, which hosts South Central (6-4, 4-1) on Thursday and Plymouth (5-5, 3-2) on Saturday.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Monroeville 59, South Central 46

GREENWICH — It was the Eagles using a huge first quarter to come away with a big FC road win on Tuesday against host South Central.

Monroeville (7-6, 4-4) led 26-4 after the opening quarter, and cruised from there in the win over the Trojans (6-7, 5-3).

For Monroeville, Kara Schafer scored a game-high 23 points, while Amelia Dalton added 12. Both Ashlyn Tommas and Camryn Hedrick added seven points for the Eagles.

South Central got 13 points from Ally Burton in the loss, while Maddie Albert and Sarah Oney each scored nine.

 

BOWLING

Edison, Port Clinton split

HURON — The Edison boys bowling team topped visiting Port Clinton in Tuesday’s SBC Bay division match at Riverview Lanes.

The Chargers scored 2,731 pins to the Redskins’ 2,514. Kevin McCloskey rolled 201-202—403, followed by Nick Smupi 187-216—403 and Dakota Williams 184-193—377.

The Edison girls fell by a 2,408-2,279 score. Kaylie Harris led Edison with 150-223—373, followed by Madison Ostheimer 201-148—349 and Carmen Thomas with a 181 game.

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