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Western Reserve cruises to another FC win

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Dec 14, 2018 at 3:16 AM

COLLINS — The Western Reserve girls basketball team maintained a perfect mark in Firelands Conference play and improved to 4-1 overall with Thursday’s 49-29 win over the visiting Big Red.

In the win, Cora Wyers paced Western with 16 points, seven rebounds and four blocks. McKenna Woodruff added nine points and five rebounds.

The ‘Riders led 13-4 after one quarter and 23-11 at halftime. With a 31-20 lead through three quarters, Western pulled away with a 17-9 scoring advantage in the fourth quarter.

For Plymouth (1-5, 0-3), Tristen Wiley scored 17 of her team’s 29 points.

PLYMOUTH (1-5, 0-3)

Morgan Chaffins 1-0—2; Mallory Miller 1-0—2; Kelsey Blankenship 1-0—3; Tristen Wiley 6-3—17; Emily Blanton 1-0—3; Syan Gale 1-0—2. TOTALS 11-3—29.

WESTERN RESERVE (4-1, 3-0)

Katie Hipp 0-1—1; Avery Tubbs 3-0—6; McKenna Woodruff 4-0—9; Emma Blankenship 3-0—6; Ellie Blankenship 2-0—4; Emma Weber 1-0—2; Cora Wyers 6-4—16. TOTALS 20-7—48.

Plymouth      4  7  9   9 — 29

W. Reserve 13 10 8 17 — 48

3-point FGs: (P) Blankenship, Blanton; (WR) Tubbs

JV: Western, 45-12

 

Mapleton 54, South Central 53

GREENWICH — In a game that was tight throughout, the Trojans came up a point short in Thursday’s FC game against the visiting Mounties.

For South Central (2-4, 2-1), Ashley Copus scored 16 points and Holly Hale had 13. Courtney Shepherd also added nine points for the Trojans.

MAPLETON (3-3,1-2)

Sloan Welch 8-3—23; Melissa LeComte 3-3—9; Arin Merle 1-0—3; Hannah Shadd 2-2—4; Katia Ringler 2-2—7; Cacie Stalnaker 1-1—3; Megan McKean 1-0—2; Roxie Hamilton 0-3—3. TOTALS 17-14—54.

SOUTH CENTRAL (2-4, 2-1)

Bailey Mitchell 1-0—2; Holly Hale 1-11—13; Ellery McKee 1-5—7; Courtney Shepherd 4-1—9; Ally Burton 2-2—6; Ashley Copus 7-2—16. TOTALS 16-21—53.

Mapleton 14 21 8 11 — 54

S. Central 13 20 6 14 — 53

3-point FGs: (M) Welch 4, Merle, Ringler

 

New London 36, Monroeville 31

MONROEVILLE — The Wildcats picked up their first win of the season by edging the host Eagles in FC action.

With the win, New London improved to 1-5 overall and 1-2 in the league.

For the ‘Cats, Gabby Ledbetter and Kiaya Thierry each scored 10 points. Lexi Duggar added six points and Kelsey Boswell scored five.

 

Edison 45, Calvert 43

MILAN — The Chargers improved to 5-1 overall with Thursday’s narrow win over the visiting Senecas.

Calvert had led 39-32 going into the fourth quarter, but Edison outscored the visitors by a 13-4 advantage in the fourth quarter to pick up the win.

 

BOWLING

Willard splits with Huron

FREMONT — The Crimson Flashes girls bowling team was victorious over Huron (1,432-967) to improve to 4-2 overall and 2-0 in the SBC.

For Willard, Lillian Hellman rolled a 153-192—345 series, while Rose Ott added a 174-144—318 series. Also for Willard, Jillian Ericsson added a 280, and Lilly Ericsson had a 268.

In boys action, Willard fell by a 1,675-1,640 score. The Flashes were paced by Jayson Bruner with a 225-196—421 series. He was followed by Riley Barnett (349) and Nicholas Scholes (322).

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