Lowellville Local Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 3 - 12
  • Conference Record: 2 - 8

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Girls Basketball Recap: 1/14 Lowellville vs. Sebring

Sebring 35, Lowellville 31 SEBRING — Sebring’s girls basketball team defeated Lowellville 35-31 in overtime on Monday night in Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference play. Sebring was led by Kyleisha Jays’ eight points. Sam Moore led the Rockets with ten points. Sebring hosts Springfield on Thursday.  Lowellville will travel to Western Reserve on Thursday. LOWELLVILLE: 5-5-7-12-1–31 SEBRING:

Girls Basketball Recap: 1/12 Lowellville vs. Leetonia

Leetonia 47, Lowellville 27 LOWELLVILLE — Ari Russell collected 15 points and 10 rebounds in leading Leetonia past Lowellville, 47-27, Saturday. Anna Buffone dished out three assists for the Bears, who improve to 8-5 on the season. For the Rockets, Maliyah Hedrich had 10 points and 10 rebounds. The Bears also won the two-quarter junior

Girls Basketball Recap: 1/10 Lowellville 28 Waterloo 68

ATWATER — Haylee Kachner scored 20 points to lead Waterloo over Lowellville, 61-28, in a Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball game on Thursday. Brooke Waldeck added 14 points for the Vikings (5-8, 2-7), who led 36-11 at halftime. Maliyah Hedrich scored 12 points to lead Lowellville (3-10, 2-7).

Girls Basketball Recap: 1/7 Lowellville 15 Mineral Ridge 47

Mineral Ridge 47, Lowellville 15 LOWELLVILLE For the Rockets, Sam Moore led with 10.  Alexa Harkins and Fran Kesner each scored 15 points for the Rams. MINERAL RIDGE — Alexa Harkins 7 1-1 15, Fran Kesner 5 5-10 15, Kalyn Stricklin 3 1-2 7, Riley Ladd 2 0-2 4, Rosie Nolder 1 0-0 2, Danielle

Girls Basketball Recap: 12/17 Lowellville 13 Jackson-Milton 62

Jackson-Milton 62, Lowellville 13 NORTH JACKSON Grace McDevitt led Jackson-Milton with 12 points and Ashley Cameron added 10 points and six rebounds. Abigail Spalding also scored 10 points and Courtney Mercer finished with 11 points for the Blue Jays (4-3, 4-1 MVAC). Emalee McGarry led the Rockets 3-5, 2-3 with six points. Jackson-Milton 62, Lowellville

Girls Basketball Recap: Lowellville 20 Heartland Christian 26

Heartland Christian 26, Lowellville 20 LOWELLVILLE Julia Reynolds scored 14 points as the Lions outlasted the Rockets. The Rockets’ Sam Moore scored a team-high nine points. HEARTLAND CHRISTIAN 26, LOWELLVILLE 20 HEARTLAND — Gianna Morgan 0 0-2 0, Sidney Ogden 2 2-5 6, Julia Reynolds 7 0-0 14, Madi Matthews 3 0-2 6, Rachel Wienmyer

Girls Basketball Recap: 12/13 Lowellville 50 Sebring 36

Lowellville 50, Sebring 36 LOWELLVILLE Sammie Moore led the Rockets (3-3) with 16 points. Marissa Lellio added 12 points and Kennedy Kelly netted nine for Lowellville. Kyleisha Jays led Sebring with 17 points. LOWELLVILLE (3-3) — K.C. Kelly 3 0 8, Maddie Kelly 1 0 2, Sammy Kelly 3 0 8, Julianna Lellio 4 4

Girls Basketball Recap: 12/6 Lowellville 45 Waterloo 43

Lowellville 45, Waterloo 43 LOWELLVILLE Sam Moore made two free throws with 0.5 seconds remaining to put Lowellville (2-2) ahead. Moore scored 12 points overall, including a perfect 8 for 8 from the line. Maddie Kelly led the Rockets with 14 points, who erased a 10 point fourth quarter defecit to get the victory. Waterloo

Girls Basketball Recap: 12/3 Lowellville 35 Mineral Ridge 54

Mineral Ridge 54, Lowellville 35 MINERAL RIDGE The Rams jumped to a 15-0 first-quarter lead in a win over their Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference rivals. Alexa Hawkins led Mineral Ridge with 16 points and Candice Miller and Noelle Bukovina each had 11. Maddie Kelly led Lowellvile with 12 points. MINERAL RIDGE 54, LOWELLVILLE 35 LOWELLVILLE

Girls Basketball Recap: 12/1 Lowellville 38 Mathews 47

Mathews 47, Lowellville 38 VIENNA Ashley Dean scored 17 points and Carly Pratt added 14 to lead Mathews (1-1). Mya McGregor added 11 for the Mustangs. Lowellville (1-1) was led by KC Kelly with 13 points and Sam Kelly with 10. Sam Moore added nine for the Rockets. MATHEWS (1-1) — Carly Pratt 5 4-8