PREP ROUNDUP: Flannery helps lead River past Linsly
HANNIBAL — Lauren Flannery scored 25 points, dished out seven assists, grabbed four rebounds and made seven steals Thursday night as River best Linsly, 72-34, in girls’ high school basketball action inside the R.L. Potts Gymnasium.
Alli Long and Livi Rose each added 11 points for the Pilots (3-1), while Carsyn Reynolds had six points and seven boards.
Buckeye Local 73, Edison 35
CONNORVILLE — Emily Holzopfel poured in a game-high 25 points — including a 13-of-13 effort from the free throw line — as Buckeye Local easily took care of winless Edison.
Alaire Destifanes and Audrey Sebring each added 10 points for the Panthers (2-0).
Beallsville 62, Frontier 19
BEALLSVILLE — Ashley Louden scored 21 points as Beallsville swept the regular-season series from Frontier.
Ashlie Howell added 14 points for the Blue Devils (4-1), while Jayden Gabel had 10.
East Richland Christian 70
Parkersburg Christian 32
ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Josh Garcia scored a game-high 28 points as east Richland Christian rolled past Parkersburg Chriatian at Ohio University Eastern.
Duncan Pagano added 19 points for ERC.
Union Local 2,243
ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Alberto Dunlap turned in games of 249 and 236 to lead Union Local past Bridgeport.
Gavan Graham had efforts of 215 and 211 for the Bulldogs.
Union Local 1,686
ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Alexis Stuart fired a 167 and Union Local bested Bridgeport at St. Clair Lanes.
Emma Rowan added a 159 for the Jets.
Sierra Simeta rolled a 122 for the Bulldogs, while Tori Parsons had a 113.
Harrison Central 1,669
East Liverpool 1,506
JEWETT — Brock Elias’ 322 boosted Harrison Central past East Liverpool.
Harrison Central 1,845
East Liverpool 1,755
JEWETT — Riley Eberhart led three Harrison Central bowlers who shot over 300 with a 383 as the Huskies downed East Liverpool at Valie Lanes.
Aleyna Runevitch added a 317 for the Huskies, while Marlkey Basic fired a 315.
Ferry Sweeps Triangular
WELLSBURG — The Martins Ferry bois’ and girls’ swimming teams both posted victories Thursday night against Steubenville and Brooke at the Brooke High Wellness Center.
The Ferry girls posted 82 points, with Brooke second with 58 and Big Red with 30.
Martins Ferry’s boys collected 59 points. Brooke had 54, while Steubenville amassed 42.