THURSDAY’S HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS AT A GLANCE


FOOTBALL

THURSDAY’S SUMMARIES

Cardinal Mooney 13, Chaney 0

Cardinal Mooney03010—13

Chaney6000—6

First Quarter

CHANEY — Key-Shaun Davis 2 run (Delshawn Petrosky pass incomplete), 8:28.

Second Quarter

CARDINAL MOONEY — Brian Philibin FG 26, 0:00.

Fourth Quarter

CARDINAL MOONEY — Philibin FG 28, 11:54.

CARDINAL MOONEY — Pat Guerrieri 2 run (Philibin kick), 3:31.

CMCH

First downs2216

Rushes-yards55-19125-98

Comp-Att.-Int0-4-111-18-3

Passing yards067

Fumbles-lost1-03-1

Penalties-yards7-553-25

Individual leaders

RUSHING —Cardinal Mooney, Zyere Rodgers 25-155; Chaney, Marshall Herron 4-33.

PASSING — Cardinal Mooney, Guerrieri 0-4-1-0; Chaney, Petrosky 11-18-3-67.

RECEIVING — Chaney, Migel Burgess 4-36.

Leetonia 28, SEBRING 6

Sebring0600—6

Leetonia14707—28

First Quarter

LEETONIA — Marco Ferry 2 run (Gavin Steiskal kick), 6:10.

LEETONIA — Ferry 11 run (Steiskal kick), 2:01.

Second Quarter

SEBRING — Zane Peterson 23 run (pass failed), 8:17.

LEETONIA — Brett Davis 1 run (Steiskal kick), 3:50.

Fourth Quarter

LEETONIA — Ferry 87 run (Steiskal kick), 11:39.

SL

First downs1015

Rushes-yards27-7533-150

Comp-Att-Int9-21-12-2-0

Passing yards8545

Fumbles-lost3-12-1

Penalties-yards10-908-85

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Sebring, Peterson 16-63; Leetonia, Ferry 22-235.

PASSING — Sebring, Peterson 9-21-1-85; Leetonia, Dylan Lennon 2-2-0-45.

RECEIVING — Sebring, Carson Rouse 4-47; Leetonia, Jordan Baker 1-36.

NILES 35, HOWLAND 21

Howland01470—21

Niles714014—35

First Quarter

NILES — Travis Molnar 8 pass from Zack Leonard (Chase Sudzina kick), 5:51.

Second Quarter

HOWLAND — David Burman III 1 run (Burman kick), 11:37.

NILES — Leonard 10 run (Sudzina kick), 1:37.

HOWLAND — William Hines 90 kickoff return (Burman kick), 1:23.

NILES — David Mays 60 pass from Leonard (Sudzina kick), :29.3.

Third Quarter

HOWLAND — Garrett Deemer 35 fumble recovery (Burman kick), 7:10.

Fourth Quarter

NILES — Molnar 5 run (Sudzina kick), 6:10.

NILES — Leonard 2 run (Sudzina kick), 23.3 secs.

HN

First downs614

Rushes-Yards21-3842-144

Passing Yds. 119171

Comp-Att-Int9-15-013-20-1

Fumbles0-01-1

Penalties5-54-32

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Howland, Deemer 14-35; Niles, Molnar 25-115.

PASSING — Howland, Burman 9-15-119; Niles, Leonard 13-20-171.

RECEIVING — Howland, Keith Cruse, Jr. 2-51; Niles, David Mays 2-77.

POLAND 24, MARLINGTON 23

Marlington03020—23

Poland00177—24

Second Quarter

MARLNGTON — Macagey Laure, FG 42, 0:00.

Third Quarter

POLAND — Jake Rutana 3 run (Mike Kushner kick), 9:14.

POLAND — Kushner FG 21, 4:00.

POLAND — Brody Todd, 1 run (Kushner kick), 1:15

Fourth Quarter

MARLINGTON — Ryan Cooley 11 pass from CJ Greiner (Laure kick), 10:33.

POLAND — Rutana 6 run (Kushner kick), 6:12.

MARLINGTON — Andrew Carr, 42 pass from Greiner (Laure kick), 4:37.

MARLINGTON — Andrew Sabatino, 14 run (Greiner pass intercepted by Dean Gessler), 1:22.

MP

First downs2312

Rushes-yards34-16140-179

Comp-Att-Int17-31-12-9-0

Passing yards2149

Fumbles-lost1-10-0

Penalties-yards8-802-20

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Marlington, Greiner 17-90; Poland, Rutana 12-79.

PASSING — Marlington, Greiner 17-31-1-214; Poland, Todd 2-9-0-17.

RECEIVING — Marlington, Cooley 10-100; Poland, Zach Ellis 1-9.

SOUTHEAST 17, WESTERN RESERVE 15

Southeast71000—17

Western Reserve7800—15

First Quarter

SOUTHEAST — Tristan Knoch 27 pass from Michael Bolevich (Jonny Wise kick) 5:18.

WESTERN RESERVE — Todd Henning 48 pass from Nick Cavoulas (Brock Miller kick) 4:12.

Second Quarter

WESTERN RESERVE — Jimmy Mayberry 4 run (Mayberry run) 10:36.

SOUTHEAST — Bolevich 87 run (Wise kick) 9:25.

SOUTHEAST — Wise 31 field goal, 0:04.

SWR

First downs159

Rushes-Yards39-20833-133

Comp-Att-Int7-14-05-12-1

Passing yards6297

Fumbles-Lost4-00-0

Penalties-Yards6-455-50

Individual leaders

RUSHING — Southeast, Michael Bolevich 21-134, Kaleb Wright 18-74; Western Reserve, Jimmy Mayberry 13-65.

PASSING — Southeast, Bolevich 6-12-1-62; Western Reserve, Nick Cavoulas 5-12-1-97.

RECEIVING — Southeast, Brayden Sweet-Smith 2-18, Robert Bryner, Jr. 2-16; Western Reserve, Todd Henning 4-55, Hunter Kiesewetter 1-42.

AREA SCORES

Cardinal Mooney 13, Chaney 6

East Liverpool 51, Cleveland JFK 0

Leetonia 28, Sebring 6

Niles 35, Howland 21

Poland 24, Marlington 23

Southeast 17, Western Reserve 15

AROUND OHIO

Bainbridge Paint Valley 56, Beaver Eastern 13

Barnesville 33, Rayland Buckeye 8

Beavercreek 21, Xenia 20

Cols. Centennial 45, Cols. Grandview Hts. 44

Dover 44, Lorne Park, Ontario 6

Kettering Alter 21, Kettering Fairmont 7

Lima Sr. 49, Lima Cent. Cath. 45

Lore City Buckeye Trail 12, Caldwell 7

Magnolia Sandy Valley 28, Navarre Fairless 10

Massillon Perry 42, Can. Cent. Cath. 26

Mentor 29, Lakewood St. Edward 28

Napoleon 21, Defiance 13

Parma 55, Cle. Lincoln W. 14

Portsmouth 32, Lucasville Valley 27

Ravenna SE 17, Berlin Center Western Reserve 15

Rocky River 41, Westlake 14

Steubenville 42, Allderdice, Pa. 7

Tol. Bowsher 30, Vermilion 28

Tol. Whitmer 48, Tol. Start 0

Troy 28, Day. Belmont 27, OT

Van Buren 56, Bascom Hopewell-Loudon 7

PENNSYLVANIA

Annville-Cleona 34, Octorara 7

Bartram 38, Overbrook 0

Bonner-Prendergast 27, Avon Grove 0

Cheltenham 34, Frankford 17

Cocalico 43, Cedar Cliff 14

Martin Luther King 26, Phoenixville 18

Mastery Charter North 35, Abington 6

Northern Bedford 41, Southern Huntingdon 20

Northern Lehigh 51, Catasauqua 20

Northwestern Lehigh 38, Salisbury 17

Paramus Catholic, N.J. 49, Philadelphia West Catholic 22

Perry Traditional Academy 26, Brashear 6

Radnor 43, Harriton 0

Strath Haven 56, Penncrest 0

Upper Dublin 38, Philadelphia Central 9

West Chester East 27, Unionville 23

VOLLEYBALL

West Branch 26-25-25, Cardinal Mooney 24-13-16

BELOIT

Sydner Mercer had eight points, 10 digs, nine kills and two aces and Bailey Campbell had 12 points as the Warriors (7-1) beat the Cardinals. Jessica Bock and Claire Brunner each had two blocks for West Branch. Katie Hough had seven kills, five assists and 10 digs, Alainia Scavina had six kills and 10 digs for Mooney, CJ Sapp had 20 digs and Angelina Rotunno added 12 assists. JV: West Branch, 25-14, 25-13.

Springfield 25-25-25, McDonald 10-8-2

MCDONALD

Lyndsey Smith had 15 points and 10 kills to lead Springfield (6-1). Carly Stitzel added 20 points and Jennie Stitzel had 10 kills for the Tigers.

Crestview 25-25-25, Brookfield 19-15-16

COLUMBIANA

Amelia Montgomery had 18 points, 10 digs and seven aces to lead Crestview (5-0). Tess Neville added 12 kills, three digs, three points, and two aces for the Rebels.

Hubbard 25-25-25, Struthers 23-19-14

HUBBARD

Bridgette Burrus had 27 assists, 18 points and five aces as the Eagles (1-1) swept the Wildcats in Northeast 8 play. Haley Croyle and Kellsie Leshnack each had seven kills and Gillian Ryser had 12 digs and seven points. Karissa Fahndrich added 10 digs and Emily Filicky had two blocks. Jessica Hughes and Heike Kaurschill each had six kills for Struthers (0-2). Kaylei Shaffer and Kortnie Bolevich each had a block and Le’Ayshia Corinaldi has 12 assists. JV: Hubbard, 25-13, 25-21.

Pymatuning Valley 25-26-25, Bristol 17-24-16

BRISTOLVILLE

Alayna Sines scored 10 points and had two aces and two assists in the Panthers’ loss to the visiting Lakers. Izabella Zirzow had 11 blocks and a kill for Bristol (2-3) and Ashley Bahrey had four digs. Marissa Sorvuki added a kill. No statistics were reported for PV. JV: Bristol, 2-0.

GIRLS SOCCER

Canfield 6, Aurora 2

AURORA

Heidi Stein scored three goals and Morgan Carey had two as the Cardinals (3-0) outshot the Greenmen 32-5. Addy Masters also scored for Canfield. Carlie Filkoiski scored both goals for Aurora.

BOYS SOCCER

Crestview 2, Champion 0

CHAMPION

Ryan Emch and Nick Novak scored goals and goalie Carter Blakeman made two saves in his third shutout for the Rebels. Crestview (3-1, 3-0 All-American Blue Tier) received an assist from Jarred Kalina. Champion goalkeeper Austin Spackman made six saves. JV: Crestview, 5-0.

West Branch 2, Ravenna 1

BELOIT

Cohen Lamp and Luke Johnson scored goals for the Warriors and Avery Francis and Nick Scarpitti had assists in the victory. Goalkeeper Jared Butler had five saves in goal.

Canfield 5, Salem 0

SALEM

The Cardinals beat the Quakers on the road. Details for Canfield were not reported. Salem’s Max Kemats made 16 saves.

GIRLS TENNIS

howland 5, warren harding 0

SINGLES — Francesca Elisco (H) def. Michelle Stanton (H) 6-0, 6-0; Kate Li (H) won by forfeit; Alena Lerakis (H) won by forfeit.

RECORDS — Howland 7-1.

ursuline 4, canton central catholic 1

SINGLES — Anna Morgione (U) def. Sophia Dimos, 6-0, 6-0; Lanna Dellick (U) def. Schuyler Crumpler, 6-1, 6-1; Emma Thornton (U) def. Olivia Naggle, 6-1, 6-0.

DOUBLES — Grace Cripe/Ella Kobak (U) def. Libby Fischer/Morgan Phillips, 6-7(2), 4-5 (forfeit); Abbey Ray/Juliana Colant (C) def. Claire MacDonald/Jenna Wahib, 1-6, 2-6.

RECORDS — Ursuline 6-1.

boardman 3, canfield 2

SINGLES — Ava Valko (B) def. Anna Kan 6-7, 6-4, 6-1; Alyssa Olsen (B) def. Tanya Pai Dhungar 6-2, 6-2; Hanna Muldanado def. Aamna Khan 6-1, 6-4.

DOUBLES — Kate Ross/Reagan Todd (C) def. Mia Hammerton/Rachel Valko 6-0, 6-1; Gia Francisco/Annika Lazazzera (C) def. Alyssa Alberti/ Yasmin Musela 6-0, 6-0.

mcdonald 5, united 0

SINGLES — Naomi Domitrovich (M) def. Morgan Hovorka (U) 6-2, 7-5; Morgan Golden (M) def. Emily McKarns (U) 6-1, 6-0; Gillian Deak (M) def. Hannah Baker (U) 6-2, 6-1.

DOUBLES — Madison Nolf/Maddie Williams (M) def. Erica Gudat/Olivia Hippely (U) 6-3,6-2; Maddie Brown/Nikolina Drobnjak (M) def. Riley Dangel/Julia Bricker (U) 6-3, 6-0.

BOYS GOLF

austintown fitch 172, ursuline 180

At Duck Creek

FITCH — Dom Kapics 40, Nate Cene 40, Dylan Roby 46, Dylan Wrona 46.

URSULINE — Ethan Sicafuse 40, Joey Brooks 45, Nicco Sabella 46, Pat Faloon 49.

GIRLS GOLF

poland 187, boardman 193

At Mill Creek

POLAND — Carly Ungaro 39, Jackie Grisdale 49, Kristen Shaw 49, Laurel Zarbaugh 50.

BOARDMAN — Maura Purphy 46, Noel Hammer 47, Maddie Moran 50, Zoey Fick-Mills 50.

hubbard 190, lakeview 209

At Deer Creek

HUBBARD — Jackie Adler 43, Noelle Trobek 46, Lena Dunkerley 48, Isabella Sandberg 54.

LAKEVIEW — Olivia Kelm 50, Graciela Nicholas 51, Reagan Schick 54, Bella Shuster 54.

newton falls 183, austintown fitch 207

At Riverview Golf Course

NEWTON FALLS — Lydia Koehrsen 59, Ali Clonch 61, Emily Nutter 63.

FITCH — Hannah Logan 47, Hailey Logan 49, Cammille Hagan 53, Caiden Smith 58.

marlington 171, salem 219

At Tannehauf Golf Club

MARLINGTON — Jayden Mitchell 41, Erica Headley 42, Haley Hamilton 42, Maria Warner 48.

SALEM — Kelly Hutton 51, Sloan Rudibaugh 53, Paige Bailey 56, Lexi Miller 59.

SCHEDULE

TOday

FOOTBALL

friday

Austintown Fitch at Erie

Brookfield at McDonald, 7 p.m.

Canfield at Louisville, 7 p.m.

Champion at Warren JFK

Cleveland Benedictine at Ursuline

Columbiana at Akron Manchester

East at Liberty, 7 p.m.

Erie McDowell at Boardman, 7 p.m.

Girard at East Palestine, 7 p.m.

Hubbard at Alliance, Mount Union Stadium, 7 p.m.

Lakeview at Kirtland, 7 p.m.

Lakeside at Struthers, 7 p.m.

Mathews at Ashtabula St. John, 7 p.m.

Mineral Ridge at Pymatuning Valley

Newbury at Fairport Harding, 7 p.m.

Lowellville at Lisbon, 7 p.m.

Salem at Crestview

Southington at Jackson-Milton, 7 p.m.

Springfield at South Range, 7 p.m.

Valley Christian at Campbell, 7 p.m.

Waterloo at Newton Falls

Warren Harding at Canton McKinley

West Branch at Woodridge

GIRLS GOLF

Boardman at Howland, 11 a.m.

BOYS SOCCEr

Cardinal Mooney at Howland, 6 p.m.

BOYS SOCCEr

Mohawk (Pa.) at Boardman, 1 p.m.

West Branch at Canfield, 4 p.m.

GIRLS SOCCEr

St. Thomas Aquinas at Cardinal Mooney, 6 p.m.

saturday

CROSS COUNTRY

Kenston Invitational, 9:15 a.m.

VOLLEYBALL

Brecksville-Broadview Heights at Boardman, 12:30 p.m.

Canfield, GlenOak, Louisville at Massillon Washington, 9 a.m.

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