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Boys Basketball Recap: 2/3 Lowellville 53 Jackson-Milton 33

Lowellville 53, Jackson-Milton 33 LOWELLVILLE Micah Mamula-Zarlingo and Dylan Durkin each scored 12 points to lead Lowellville. Cole Grope scored a game-high 13 points for Jackson-Milton. JACKSON-MILTON — Cole Grope 4 2-4 13, Gavin Sahli 2 0-0 5, Franky Prozy 1 0-0 2, Nick McGinnis 0 5-8 5, Kent Gross 1 0-0 2, Gavin Hutcheson

MVAC Junior High Tournament Results and Semi-Final Information

Congratulations to the 8th grade boys, 8th grade girls, and 7th grade boys basketball teams for advancing to the semi-final round in their respective grade level tournaments.  See below for the results and updated brackets. 8th Grade Boys defeated Sebring 8th Grade Girls defeated McDonald 7th Grade Boys defeated Western Reserve MVAC – 8th Grade Boys

Boys Basketball Recap: 1/29 Lowellville 52 Sebring 59

Sebring 59, Lowellville 52 Joey Clark scored all 11 of his points in the fourth quarter to lead Sebring (10-7) to a come from behind win. The Trojans were trailing 38-32 going into the final period. Sebring was led in scoring by Gabe Lanzar with 18 points and Jake Hunter with 13. Lowellville (11-4) was

MVAC Junior High Basketball Tournament Brackets

Good luck to our junior high teams as they begin MVAC Tournament play this Saturday, February 2nd.  Please click on the brackets below to view times, opponents, and locations. MVAC – 8th Grade Boys Tournament 2019 @ Waterloo MVAC – 7th Grade Boys Tournament 2019 @ McDonald MVAC – 8th Grade Girls Tournament 2019 @

All Teams Schedule: Week of Jan 28 – Feb 03

Jan 28 Boys 7th Grade Basketball at Mineral Ridge High School 5:00 pm | 1334 Seaborn St, Mineral Ridge, OH, 44440 Jan 28 Boys Freshman Basketball at Springfield Local High School 5:00 pm | Springfield High School Jan 28 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball vs. Springfield Local High School 2 Quarters JV 5:30 pm | 52

Boys Basketball Recap: 1/25 Lowellville 54 Western Reserve 40

Lowellville 54, Western Reserve 40 BERLIN CENTER Lowellville held Western Reserve to 11 points in the first half. Matt Hvisdak led the Rockets with 17 points and Micah Mamula-Zarlingo added 12. Caleb Quinn had a team-high 13 points for Western Reserve. LOWELLVILLE — Micah Mamula-Zarlingo 5 2-2 12, Matt Hvisdak 8 1-1 17, Jake Rotz

Bowling Recap: 1/24 Lowellville vs. McDonald

Lowellville    Girls        2047 McDonald     Girls        1687 15-1  overall        14-0   Conference Haylie Rotz     215-202=417 Savannah Dutton  191-141=332 Emma  Mariotti     132-173=305 Paige Lanterman  146-157=303 Alexis  Biscella      119-130=249 Lowellville   Boys Derek  Linden          130-150=280 Hunter Lisko         

Boys Basketball Recap: 1/23 Lowellville 75 Waterloo 68

Lowellville 75, Waterloo 68 LOWELLVILLE (9-3) — Micah Mamula-Zarlingo 10 5-6 29, Matt Hvisdak 8 6-7 23, Jake Rotz 5 0-0 10, Joe Ballone 3 0-1 6, Dylan Durkin 3 0-0 7. Totals: 29 11-14 75. WATERLOO (10-2) — Kyle Shockley 7 0-1 16, Caleb Francis 7 0-0 17, Max Adelman 3 3-5 9, Vaughn

Girls Basketball Recap: 1/24 Lowellville 15 Jackson-Milton 50

Jackson-Milton 50, Lowellville 15 LOWELLVILLE Grace McDevitt scored 12 points to lead Jackson-Milton (8-8). Abigail Spalding added 11 and Chelsea Williams had 10 for the Blue Jays. Sam Moore led Lowellville with seven. JACKSON-MILTON (8-8) — Grace McDevitt 6 0-0 12, Chelsea Williams 4 1-2 10, Cameron Mitchell 2 0-2 4, Ashley Cameron 4 1-2

Find your Best College Fit: NCSA Power Rankings | Presented by VNN

Choosing the right college or university is a big decision. And if you’re an athlete, it can make the decision even more stressful. NCSA, the largest recruiting network for college sports, is helping athletes and parents make the best choice with the NCSA Power Rankings. Whether an athlete is searching for the right school on their own or with