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Trojans maintain spot atop FC with rout of Crestview

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Updated Feb 9, 2018 at 11:39 PM

GREENWICH — Simon Blair finished with 21 points and six assists, and the South Central boys basketball team maintained its place atop the FC standings with Friday’s 73-47 win over the visiting Crestview Cougars.

Isaiah Seidel scored 17 points for South Central (13-5, 11-1), including five 3-pointers while Ben Lamoreaux and David Lamoreaux each finished with 12 points and six rebounds.

South Central visits Edison (12-6) tonight in non-league action. The Trojans lead Western Reserve by one game in the FC race — and they visit Collins next Friday with first place on the line.

 

Plymouth 69, Monroeville 44

PLYMOUTH — The Big Red trailed after one quarter — but exploded for a 22-4 scoring advantage in the second quarter of Friday’s 25-point win over the visiting Eagles.

For Plymouth (9-9, 7-5), Jacob Adams scored 19 and Kade Collins had 17. Dylan Osbourne also reached double figures with 14 points for the Big Red, who host Bellevue otnight.

Monroeville (1-17, 0-11) got 14 points from Cody Schaffer, while Isaiah Scheid added 10 points and Sawyer Schafer scored eight.

 

New London 56, Mapleton 50

NANKIN TWP. — The Wildcats won their fifth straight game in improving to 10-7 overall and 8-4 in the FC following a 56-50 win over the Mounties.

New London led by nine at halftime (27-18) and were up 40-29 through three quarters — but the Mounties kept it within striking distance with a 21-16 scoring edge in the final quarter.

Justin Marshalls scored 20 points for the Wildcats, while Karson Howell added 18 and Dane Matthews scored nine.

New London is at Black River tonight for a non-league game.

 

Vermilion 67, Willard 51

WILLARD — Vermilion used a big second quarter to knock off the Crimson Flashes on the road to remain perfect in the Sandusky Bay Conference Bay division.

Willard (3-15, 2-7 SBC) jumped out to an early 14-12 lead after the first quarter, but the Sailors turned the two-point deficit to a 10-point lead at the break, leading 32-22.

Willard cut the lead to nine after three quarters of play, but the Sailors (15-3, 11-0 SBC) pulled away down the stretch to knock off the Crimson Flashes.

the Flashes got 13 points from Terry Baldridge Jr., while Myles Pinkston scored 10. Dorian Holida added eight points and Sebastian Sivongsak scored seven.

 

Edison 59, Port Clinton 47

MILAN — The Chargers maintained their winning ways with Friday’s SBC Bay division win over the visiting Redskins.

James Hill finished with a game-high 20 points for Edison, which won for a third straight time in improving to 12-6 overall (6-4 Bay). Bryce Roberts added 15 points and Carson Ehrhardt scored 11 for the Chargers, who entertain South Central in non-league action Saturday night.

 

Bellevue 61, Tiffin Columbian 46

BELLEVUE — The Redmen won for a second time this week following Friday’s 15-point win over visiting Columbian in SBC Lake division play.

Jake Waskielis scored a game-high 22 points for the Redmen (9-8, 4-6) — who also got 16 points from Trey Ruhlman and 11 from Caleb Marshall.

Bellevue is at Plymouth Saturday night for a non-league game.

 

BOWLING

Norwalk boys beat Huron

NORWALK — The Norwalk boys bowling team came away with a win over visiting Huron in the home finale on Thursday at Kenilee Lanes.

In the 2,760-2,623 win, senior Cam Nickoli led the way with a 231-201—432 series.

The girls fell in a close 2,206-2,170 loss to the Tigers, with Madison Hainline rolling a 202-166—368 series for the Truckers.

Norwalk closes out the regular season Wednesday vs. Shelby at Dynasty Lanes in Willard.

 

Willard boys top SJCC

FREMONT — The Willard boys bowling team improved to 12-7 overall (6-6 Sandusky Bay Conference Bay division) with Wednesday’s 2,750-2,287 win over host St. Joseph Central Catholic at Plaza Lanes.

Jayson Bruner paced the Flashes with a 186-222—408 series. He was followed by Josh Holida (194-194—388), Riley Barnett (137-234—371), Nicolas Scholes (154-200—354) and Brandon Dye (171-167—339).

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