Lowellville Local Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 3 - 10
  • Conference Record: 1 - 8

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Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 1/16: Lowellville 23 Mineral Ridge 33

¯ MINERAL RIDGE 33, LOWELLVILLE 23: LOWELLVILLE — The Rams outscored the host Rockets by just a little in each period, but it reulted in a 10-point victory in a Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference contest. Samantha Kelly scored seven points and Lily Vari Coppola grabbed to rebounds to lead Lowellville, which fell to 3-10 overall

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 1/13: Lowellville 32 McDonald 60

¯ McDONALD 60, LOWELLVILLE 32: McDONALD — The Blue Devils built up a comfortable lead at halftime but kept their feet on the gas in a big win over Lowellville. McDonald led 37-21, but outscored the Rockets 15-4 in the third quarter to continue to pull away. Molly Howard led the Blue Devils with 20

Girls Varsity Basketball 1/9 Recap: Lowellville 29 Springfield 50

¯ SPRINGFIELD 50, LOWELLVILLE 29: NEW MIDDLETOWN — The Tigers opened leads of 19-6 after one quarter and 31-13 at halftime on the way to their third straight win. Springfield (6-7, 3-4 MVAC) was led by Jacey Mullen with 19 points, Kaila LaMorticella with nine and Kylee Kosek with eight. Lowellville (3-8, 1-6 MVAC) got

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 1/6: Lowellville 45 Jackson-Milton 48

¯ JACKSON-MILTON 48, LOWELLVILLE 45: LOWELLVILLE — Jackson-Milton outscored the Rockets, 17-9, for a come-from-behind victory in a Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference match up. Lowellville led throughout, including holding a 36-31 lead entering the final quarter, but the Blue Jays rallied to improve to 5-3. Abby Spalding led the Blue Jays with 13 points. Courtney

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 12/28: Lowellville 23 Crestview 42

¯ CRESTVIEW 42, LOWELLVILLE 23: LOWELLVILLE — The Red Devils pulled away from the hosts with a 16-9 fourth-quarter scoring advantage after leading 26-14 through three quarters. Tanner Hoffer scored 12 points and Krista Perry added 10 for Crestview. Lowellville, which fell to 3-6 overall, got eight points from Savannah Procick. 42, LOWELLVILLE 23 ¯

Girls Varsity Basketball 12/21: Lowellville 31 United 28

¯ LOWELLVILLE 31, UNITED 28: LOWELLVILLE — Francesca Lellio hit a late clutch 3 to tie the game, and Lowellville sank free throws in the final minutes to seal the victory. Lellio scored a game-high 14 points, including four 3-pointers, to power the Rockets (3-5, 1-4). Lowellville rallied from a five-point, fourth-quarter deficit. They held

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 12/19: Lowellville 47 Sebring 25

¯ LOWELLVILLE 47, SEBRING 25: SEBRING — Lily Bari-Coppola had 10 points and 10 rebounds as the Rockets beat the Trojans in this Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference battle. Samantha Moore paced Lowellville (2-5, 1-4 MVAC) with 11 points. Bella Meir had 13 points for Sebring. LOWELLVILLE 47, SEBRING 25 ¯ LOWELLVILLE (2-5, 1-4): Francesca Lellio

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 12/16: Lowellville 31 Western Reserve 85

¯ WESTERN RESERVE 85, LOWELLVILLE 31: LOWELLVILLE — The Blue Devils started hot and it continued on as Western Reserve picks up a big league win. Danielle Vuletich led the Blue Devils with 22 points. Olivia Pater scored 16, Alyssa Serensky tallied 11 and Kennedy Miller added 10. Leading for Lowellville was Samantha Moore with

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 12/12: Lowellville 37 Waterloo 49

¯ WATERLOO 49, LOWELLVILLE 37: LOWELLVILLE — Waterloo shut down the Rockets in the second quarter and pulled away in the fourth for a Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference victory. Lowellville (1-3) trailed just 12-10 after the first 8 minutes, but the Vikings (3-2) outscored the Rockets, 11-3, in the second quarter. Lowellville pulled within 34-29

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 12/9: Lowellville 35 Mineral Ridge 51

¯ MINERAL RIDGE 51, LOWELLVILLE 35: MINERAL RIDGE — A strong second quarter helped the Rams distance themselves from Lowellville in a Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference matchup. Mineral Ridge led, 12-10, after one quarter and then went on a 14-5 run going into halftime. Alexa Harkins scored 12 of her game-high 16 in the second