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Indian Creek boys basketball team makes it back-to-back victories

WINTERSVILLE — Indian Creek head coach Joe Dunlevy didn’t have to wait long for victory number 401 after picking up his 400th on Friday.

He guided his Redskins to another win Saturday afternoon against Buckeye Local, which was also playing a back-to-back.

Indian Creek received 10 points from Logan Kuczykowski and eight each from Mitch Williams, Santana Smith and Logan Schaffer.

Buckeye Local was led by Brayon Walker’s nine points.

Indian Creek 53, Buckeye Local 29

BUCKEYE LOCAL: Palmer 0, 0-0 0; McHugh 1, 0-0 2; Romanyak 2, 2-2 6; Walker 4, 0-4 9; Best 1, 0-0 2; Colabelli-Kindberg 0, 0-0 0; L. Darrah 1, 5-11 7; A. Deitch 0, 0-0 0; Berry 0, 0-0 0; H. Darrah 1, 1-2 3; Chandler 0, 0-0 0; Totals: 10, 8-19 29.

INDIAN CREEK: Francis 0, 1-2 1; Kuczykowski 4, 1-2 10; Williams 3, 2-2 8; Morelli 1, 3-4 6; Vandeborne 0, 0-0 0; Tweedy 0, 0-0 0; Pownall 1, 0-0 3; Irizarry 1, 0-1 2; McGee 1, 0-0 2; Bodo 1, 0-2 2; Freshwater 1, 0-0 3; Smith 3, 2-4 8; Schaffer 2, 4-8 8; Bodo 0, 0-0 0; Totals: 15, 13-25 53.

3-point goals: BL — Walker. IC — Kuczykowski, Morelli, Pownall, Freshwater.

Linsly stops Brooke boys

WHEELING — The Cadets continued their fine play by posting an impressive win over invading Brooke Saturday afternoon, 81-57.

Linsly was led by Gavin Jackson, who scored 19. Senior Raef Wykes added 18.

Brooke received a strong performance from Alex Isinghood, who went for a game-high 32 points and nine rebounds, while Cole Sperlazza finished with 10 points and five assists.

Linsly 81, Brooke 57

BROOKE: Taylor 1, 0-0 3; Marks 0, 0-0 0; Knox 2, 0-0 5; Isinghood 16, 2-5 35; Sperlazza 1, 5-6 7; Orban 0, 0-0 0; Varner 3, 0-0 7; Cipoletti 0, 0-0 0; Sperringer 0, 0-0 0; Totals: 23, 7-11 57.

LINSLY: Wykes 6, 4-5 18; Murray 3, 1-2 9; Donovic 1, 0-0 2; Anderson 2, 0-0 5; G. Jackson 7, 0-0 19; Coleman 4, 1-1 9; Vilenius 1, 0-0 2; D. Jackson 0, 0-0 0; Jones 0, 0-0 0; A. Taylor 3, 0-0 6; Kovalesky 0, 0-0 0; W. Taylor 4, 2-3 11; Rabinovich 0, 0-0 0; Sun 0, 0-0 0; Zhu 0, 0-0 0; Totals: 31, 8-11 81.

3-point goals: B — Taylor, Knox, Isinghood, Varner. L — Wykes (2), Murray (2), Anderson, G. Jackson (5), Taylor.

Bolen helps Brooke girls top Washington

FAIRMONT — The Brooke girls basketball team edged Washington Friday at East Fairmont, 55-52.

Ava Bolen led the Bruins with 19 points, while Madison Platt, who connected twice from beyond the arc, netted 11 points.

Angela Lippoli also reached double digits with 10 points.

The Bruins out-scored Washington 35-23 in the second half after trailing by nine at the break.

Brooke 55, Washington 52

At East Fairmont

BROOKE: Platt 3 3-5 11; Lippoli 3 3-6 10; Schwertferger 2 2-2 6; Serevicz 3 0-0 6; Beecroft 0 1-2 1; Bolen 8 3-6 19; Diaz 1 0-0 2. TOTALS: 23, 12-21; 55.

WASHINGTON: Mensah 3 3-4 9; Saunders 0 2-4 2; Skinner 1 0-4 2; Settles 2 0-1 5; Adams 3 4-7 10; Hobi 0 1-2 1; Hariston 1 0-0 2; Rivera 7 6-7 21. TOTALS: 17, 16-29; 52.

3-POINT GOALS: Brooke 3 (Platt 2, Lippoli); Washington 2 (Settles, Rivera).

Oak Glen tops Catholic Central

NEW MANCHESTER — The Oak Glen boys basketball team picked up a 61-48 win over visiting Catholic Central Friday night.

Jontae Howard had a big night for the Golden Bears, finishing with a game-high 20 points.

Jared Hissam added 14 points while Chaise Clark netted 10 points.

For the Crusaders, Benji Rook netted 14 points, connecting four times from beyond the arc, while Daniel Bolster netted three 3s and finished with 11 points.

Oak Glen 61, Catholic Central 48

CATHOLIC CENTRAL: Rook 5 0-0 14; Ialenti 0 0-2 0; Pergi 0 3-4 3; Dorsey 1 2-2 4; Bolster 4 0-0 11; Urbamczyk 1 1-1 3; Harris 1 0-0 2; Grimm 1 0-0 2; Mihalyo 2 0-0 4; Bradley 3 0-0 6. TOTALS: 18, 6-9; 48.

OAK GLEN: Bridges 2 0-0 4; Clark 3 3-4 10; Cunningham 0 0-0 0; Arner 0 0-0 0; Cole 3 0-0 8; Conley 0 0-0 0; Hissam 5 1-2 14; McCauley 1 0-0 3; Howard 6 8-10 20; Dennis 1 0-5 2. TOTALS: 21, 12-21; 61.

3-POINT GOALS: Catholic Central 7 (Rook 4, Bolster 3); Oak Glen 7 (Hissam 3, Cole 2, Clark, McCauley).

Beaver tops Harrison in OT

CADIZ — In a game that featured a combined 49 foul shots, invading Beaver Local needed overtime to secure a 73-71 victory against Harrison Central Friday night.

The Huskies rallied to force the extra session, but Beaver Local’s Sky Pappas hit a pair of bonus goals in the extra session to help spark his team. He led the way with 27 points.

Harrison Central received 25 points from Jace Madzia and 21 from Hayden Cassidy, while Joenus Jones added nine.

Beaver Local 73, Harrison Central 71

BEAVER LOCAL: Pappas 10, 1-4 27; Bowyer 2, 0-0 6; Agnew 4, 0-0 10; Smith 3, 2-5 8; Blissenbach 1, 6-8 8; Stephenson 2, 0-4 4; Cline 2, 0-0 5; Bzinak 2, 1-2 5; Totals: 26, 10-23 73.

HARRISON CENTRAL: Jones 3, 0-0 9; Madzia 7, 10-17 25; J. Vermillion 4, 1-3 9; Cassidy 8, 1-1 21; Quito 3, 1-3 7; N. Fluharty 0, 0-2 0; Rex 0 0-0 0; Totals: 25, 13-26 71.

3-point goals: BL — Pappas (6), Bowyer (2), Agnew (2), Cline. HC — Cassidy (5), Jones (3), Madzia.

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