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Monroeville wins for fourth time in five games

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Updated Jan 5, 2019 at 2:50 AM

OLIVESBURG — The Monroeville boys basketball team won for a fourth time in its last five games with Friday’s 53-41 Firelands Conference road win over Crestview.

With the win, the Eagles improved to 4-6 overall and 2-4 in the FC. The Cougars fell to 3-7 (0-6).

Monroeville trailed (15-12) after one quarter, but used a big second quarter to open up a 32-22 lead after outscoring the Cougars 20-7.

In the third, the Eagles extended their lead by three points and led 45-32 — then kept the Cougars at a distance over the final eight minutes of the 12-point win.

Isaac Roeder led Monroeville with 18 points, while Mason Tonelli scored 16. Cody Schaffer connected on three 3-pointers and scored 14 points for the Eagles, who play again on Tuesday at Lakota in a non-league matchup.

 

Bellevue 53, Columbian 40

BELLEVUE — The host Redmen defeated Tiffin Columbian 53-40 in Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division action Thursday night to improve to 4-5, 1-2.

Trey Ruhlman led Bellevue with 22 points en route to reaching 1,000 career points. Caleb Marshall added 14 points and Richard Stombaugh had nine.

The Redmen held a 14-10 lead after the first quarter and extended it to 31-17 at halftime.

Columbian outscored the hosts 18-4 in the third quarter to knot the score at 35 headed into the final eight minutes. Bellevue returned the favor, outscoring the Tornadoes 18-5 in the fourth.

BELLEVUE (4-5, 1-2)

Chase Eisenhauer 2-0—4; Caleb Marshall 7-0—14; Grant Nichols 1-0—2; Trey Ruhlman 7-5—22; Parker Smith 1-0—2; Richard Stombaugh 4-1—9. TOTALS 22-6—53.

COLUMBIAN (1-8, 0-4)

Davaunte Brockington 2-4—8; LJ Reaves 7-2—17; Bryce Burns 2-0—5; Cole Zimmerman 2-0—4; Tyrin Smith 3-0—6. TOTALS 16-6—40.

Columbian 10  7 18 5 — 40

Bellevue    14 17 4 18 — 53

3-point FGs: (TC) Burns, Reaves; (B) Ruhlman 3

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Willard 45, Edison 30

WILLARD — Cassidy Crawford scored 14 points to lead the Crimson Flashes, who moved into second place in the SBC Bay Division with the victory.

Jess Stoll led Edison with nine points. Hannah Vitaz added six points and 11 rebounds.

The Flashes (8-2, 4-1) jumped out to a 19-3 after one quarter and never looked back as Edison (9-3, 3-2) struggled from the free-throw line, converting just 12 of 25 attempts.

EDISON (9-3, 3-2)

Mariah Medina 1-0—2; Aliyah Caporini 0-1—1; Molly Houser 1-1—3; Alana Fidler 0-7—7; Hannah Vitaz 2-2—6; Deana Blatnik 1-0—2; Jess Stoll 4-1—90. TOTALS 9-12—30.

WILLARD (8-2, 4-1)

Haylie Hamons 1-2—4; K. Sowers 0-2—2; Layla Dials 2-1—6; Chloe Wiers 2-0—4; M. Stephens 1-2—4; Cassidy Crawford 4-5—14; Lydia Wiers 2-0—4;

Edison  3 10 11 6 — 30

Willard 19 5 11 10 — 45

3-point FGs: (W) Dials, Crawford

 

W. Reserve 51, S. Central 35

GREENWICH — The Roughriders stayed unbeaten atop the Firelands Conference on Thursday with a road win over the Trojans.

For Western (7-1, 6-0), Cora Wyers led the way with 17 points and 12 rebounds. Emma Blankenship and Emma Weber each added 10 points and six rebounds, while McKenna Woodruff had six points and six assists.

Katie Hipp added six assists for the Roughriders, who host Monroeville today.

For South Central (4-5, 3-3), Ellery McKee scored 11 points, with Holly Hale adding nine and Courtney Shepherd eight.

The Trojans are at St. Paul today.

W. RESERVE (7-1,6-0)

Katie Hipp 1-0—2; Avery Tubbs 1-0—3; McKenna Woodruff 2-2—6; Emma Blankenship 5-0—10; Ellie Blankenship 0-1—1; Emma Weber 5-0—10; Cora Wyers 7-3—17; Isabella Duchette 1-0—2. TOTALS 22-6—57.

S. CENTRAL (4-5, 3-3)

Bailey Mitchell 1-0—2; Holly Hale 3-3—9; Ellery McKee 2-6—11; Courtney Shepherd 3-1—8; Ally Burton 1-1—3; Ivy Ott 1-0—2. TOTALS 11-11—35.

West. Reserve 17 9 16 19 — 51

South Central   8 7  12  8 — 35

3-point FGs: (WR) Tubbs; (SC) McKee, Shepherd

 

Bellevue 77, Clyde 30

BELLEVUE — The Lady Red raced out to a 28-4 lead and cruised from there in an easy SBC Lake win over the visiting Fliers.

For Bellevue, Casey Santoro scored 25 and Cory Santro added 22. Riley Mohr also scored 11 for the Lady Red, which improved to 10-1 overall and 4-0 in the SBC.

CLYDE (5-6, 2-2)

Alexis Keegan 6-1—13, Sidney Homan 1-0—2, Kaylee Ettingham 1-2—4, Madi Bannister 1-0—3, Haley Salazar 1-0—2, Jackie Smith 2-2—6. TOTALS: 12-5—30.

BELLEVUE (10-1, 4-0)

Cory Santoro 9-1—22, Gabby Turner 2-2—7, Payton Vogel 2-2—6, Casey Santoro 10-2—25, Destiny Carter 1-0—2, Alex Fiske 1-0—2, Riley Mohr 4-0—11. Totals: 29-9—77.

Clyde       4   6  10 10 — 30

Bellevue 28 18 19 12 — 77

3-point FGs: (C) Bannister; (B) Co. Santoro 3, Turner 1, Ca. Santoro 3, Mohr 3).

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