Shadyside hikes Trail; Panthers tame Monarchs
SHADYSIDE — Zach Frizzi scored 17 points and pulled down 15 rebounds in leading Shadyside to a 70-61 victory over visiting Buckeye Trail Tuesday night in the consolation bracket of the Wheeling Hospital OVAC?Boys Basketball Championships.
Travis Fulton added 16 markers for the Tigers (9-11), while John-Michael Schuetz had 15 and Luke Nardo 14.
Josh Toland paced the Warriors with 16. Lane Starr had 15.
Shadyside hosts Shenandoah tonight.
Buckeye Local 61,
John Marshall 38
CONNORVILLE — Brennan Czuchran poured in a game-high 24 points as the Panthers rolled past the visiting Monarchs.
Jonathan Borkoski contributed 13 points for Buckeye Local. Damien Beall added nine as nine different players found the scoring column.
Harrison Central 59
CADIZ – Preston Boswell had 25 points to lead Magnolia to a 66-59 victory against Harrison Central.
He was joined in double figures by Spencer Campbell, who had 13, Mitch Winters with 12 and Zach Willhoite with 10.
Magnolia came out flat in the first quarter, trailing 21-10 but amped up its play in the second quarter with a 19-11 run.
Magnolia took over with an 11-point cushion in the third quarter of play.
Harrison Central’s Corey Yoho and Austin Kowalski combined for seven 3 pointers and had 15 points apiece. Nate Olmstead added 11 for Central.
St. John Central 44
CAMERON — Guy Pagano had 20 points, including five bonus baskets, but it wasn’t enough for the Irish.
Jonathan Bossell and Lance Williams evenly divided 16 lightings between them.
East Liverpool 74
STEUBENVILLE – Big Red basketball fans won’t soon forget Tuesday’s battle with the Potters Liverpoolat a full house inside The Crimson Center.
Adam Sterling’s buzzer-beating layup lifted second-seeded Steubenville over the Potters. The fantastic finish came seconds after freshman Charles Reeves tied it at 74-74 when he took an inbounds pass from Lucas Herrington and scored from the paint.
Fort Frye 65, Linsly 55
BEVERLY – A trio of players combined for for 39 points and Fort Frye outscored Linsly 39-25 in the second half Tuesday.
Justin Anderson, Seth Legraen and Chandler Lang all had 13 points to lead the Fort Frye attack.
Anthony Wallace had 22 points to pace Linsly.
Linsly (12-5) will face Monroe Central Friday in an OVAC consolation game.