Burt, Carter play well for East; Boardman falls to Perry, 45-26

Harding zapped Warren JFK, 109-53.

YOUNGSTOWN — Jurrell Burt had 12 points and nine rebounds and Kenny Carter added 11 points, four rebounds, three steals and three assists to lead a balanced attack in East High’s 63-28 win over Chaney Friday night.

East (9-7, 1-1 Steel Valley Conference) took a 37-15 halftime lead. The game was stopped with six minutes remaining because of fan disturbances.

Tyray Helms had 10 points and seven rebounds for the Cowboys (3-12, 0-2).

Perry 45, Boardman 26

BOARDMAN — The Federal League leading Perry (12-1, 7-0) basketball team was in command 32-21 heading into the final eight minutes.

Nick Volcan sparked Perry with 16 points and Kenny Frease chipped in with 12. Devron Martin led the Spartans (6-9, 1-6) with eight points. J.T. Moore added seven.

Warren Harding 109,
Warren JFK 53

WARREN — Sheldon Brogdon scored 19 points while Willie McElroy and Chris Henderson had 16 each for the Raiders (12-1, 1-0 SVC).

Also reaching double figures for the Raiders were Fred Williams with 12 and Damian Eargle with 12.

For JFK (5-10, 0-2), Nick Brown scored 23.

Youngstown Christian 64,
Ashtabula St. John-St. Paul 44

YOUNGSTOWN — Olonzo Johnson scored 22 points, Victor Shaw 16 and John Pecchia 13, including three 3-point goals, to lead Youngstown Christian (10-5, 3-2 East Suburban Conference), which surged away from a 29-23 halftime lead.

Keith Berrier hit 23 points to lead Ashtabula St. John-St. Paul, while Jake Phelps added 10.

Canton South 58, West Branch 55

BELOIT — West Branch (9-6, 6-5) fell behind 45-36 by the end of the third quarter and a fourth period 19-13 rally just fell short in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference game. Canton South slipped (7-7, 5-5).

Vic Pappas led the Warriors’ balanced scoring attach with 15 points. Trent Woods and Michael Sellaroli each had 14.

Farrell 75, Wilmington 59

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. — Marsell Holden scored 21 points, Donald Jackson 19, Traphael Stubbs 17 and Ty Platteborze 11, as the well-balanced scoring attacked carried Farrell to a decisive victory.

Holden and Platteborze each had three 3-point goals.

Farrell (16-3, 9-0 District 10 AA) got off to a strong start and led 58-34 after three quarters.

Shane Wagner had 21 points, including five 3-point goals, to pace Wilmington while Ryan Foht added 10.