Lowellville Local Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 7 - 10
  • Conference Record: 5 - 7

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Boys Varsity Basketball Recap 1/24: Lowellville 52 Mineral Ridge 45

¯ LOWELLVILLE 52, MINERAL RIDGE 45: MINERAL RIDGE — The visiting Raiders outscored the Rams 30-21 in the second half after Mineral Ridge led 24-22 at halftime. Lowellville got 14 points from Anthony Lucente, 12 from Vinny Ballone and 11 from Johnny Michaels en route to improving its records to 7-8 overall and 2-7 in

Winter Sports Schedules

2019-2020 Winter Schedules are available below or with each sport’s homepage. 2019-2020 Girls Junior High Basketball 2019-2020 Girls JV-Varsity Basketball 2019-2020 Boys Junior High Basketball 2019-2020 Boys Freshmen Basketball 2019-2020 Boys JV-Varsity Basketball 2019-2020 Bowling

Boys Basketball Recap: 2/19 Lowellville 55 Struthers 48

Click below to view the article covering the game from the Vindicator! Hvisdak, Lowellville upend Struthers Lowellville 55, Struthers 48 LOWELLVILLE (16-6) — Joe Ballone 2-4 0-0 5, Micah Mamula-Zarlingo 0-8 2-2 2, Jake Rotz 4-11 3-5 11, Dylan Durkin 5-10 1-2 13, Matt Hvisdak 3-10 10-13 17, Cole Bunofsky 3-8 0-0 7. Totals: 17-61

Boys Basketball Recap: 2/12 Lowellville 69 East Palestine 67

Lowellville 69, East Palestine 67 LOWELLVILLE Matt Hvisdak scored a game-high 33 points and Cole Bunofsky had 15 as the Rockets rallied from a 59-50 deficit after three quarters. Dom Posey led the Bulldogs with 21 points, John Bertovitch had 16 and Steve Darlington added 15 for the Bulldogs (7-13). EAST PALESTINE (7-13) — Cooper

Boys Basketball Recap: 2/8 Lowellville 54 McDonald 72

McDonald 72, Lowellville 54 LOWELLVILLE Zach Rasile scored 27 points, including two 3-pointers for McDonald. Rasile surpassed his own school single season scoring record of 645 points, set last season. He now stands at 669 points this season. Jake Portolese added 16 points. Cam Tucker and Josh Celli also got into double figures with 12

Boys Basketball Recap: 2/5 Lowellville 57 Springfield 48

Congratulations to the boys team last night for their big victory over Springfield!  Click on the link below to view the write up from the Vindicator regarding last night’s game.  See everyone on Friday as we host the McDonald Blue Devils. Vindicator Article – Hvisdak Powers Rockets to Win Lowellville 57, Springfield 48 SPRINGFIELD (14-3,

February 8th, 2019 MVAC Coaches VS. Cancer

The Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference (MVAC) is pleased to announce that on February 8th, 2019, the league will be sponsoring a MVAC Coaches VS. Cancer Night.  Coaches VS. Cancer is an organization that is a part of the American Cancer Society and in collaboration with the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC).  The coaches of

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

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

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