Lowellville Local Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 8 - 12
  • Conference Record: 5 - 9

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Mahoning County All Stars and All District

Congratulations to the following basketball players for their postseason honors! All NEO District All Mahoning County Sammie Moore – Junior – All Mahoning County Honorable Mention Savannah Procick – All Mahoning County Honorable Mention Vinny Ballone – Sophomore – Division 4 All Northeast Ohio District Honorable Mention Vinny Ballone – Sophomore – All Mahoning County

Basketball All MVAC All Stars

Congratulations to the following basketball players for their selections to the ALL MVAC teams! Vinnie Ballone, Sophomore 1st Team Anthony Lucente, Sophomore 2nd Team Cole Bunofsky, Senior Honorable Mention Sammie Moore, Junior Honorable Mention Savannah Procick, Sophomore Honorable Mention

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 2/22: Lowellville 33 Sebring 29

¯ LOWELLVILLE 33, SEBRING 29: DATELINE — The Rockets’ Franesca Lellio scored eight of her 11 points in the fourth quarter and sealed a victory over Sebring with two free throws in the final minute of the game.  Lowellville (8-12) led by four entering the fourth quarter and struggled to finish off the Trojans because

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 2/8: Lowellville 54 Warren J.F.K. 22

¯ LOWELLVILLE 54, KENNEDY 22: LOWELLVILLE — The Rockets jumped ahead 20-3 in the first quarter and rolled leading 32-10 at halftime of the non-conference game. Sammie Moore led Lowellville (7-8) with 19 points and Savanah Procick contributed 15. Lucy Whetzel led the Eagles with six points.

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 2/6: Lowellville 37 Mineral Ridge 36

¯ LOWELLVILLE 37, MINERAL RIDGE 36: MINERAL RIDGE — Lily Vari-Coppola made a last-second shot to lift the visiting Rockets past the Rams in a Mahoning Valley Conference-Scarlet Tier contest. Lowellville (6-8, 3-6 MVAC) made one more free throw than the Rams and that was the difference in the scoring. Both teams made 13 fields

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 2/4: Lowellville 19 Western Reserve 65

¯ WESTERN RESERVE 65, LOWELLVILLE 19: LOWELLVILLE — The Blue Devils held a 37-4 lead at halftime en route to a big win over Lowellville to move to 13-5 on the year. Danielle Vuletich led Western Reserve with 21 points and Kennedy Miller added eight. The Blue Devils (13-5, 9-2) had nine players register points.

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 2/3: Lowellville 45 Lisbon 33

¯ LOWELLVILLE 45, LISBON 33: LISBON — Sammie Moore scored a game-high 22 points, and the Rockets put together a third-quarter run to pull away from Lisbon in a nonconference clash. Moore sank three from long range and was 5-of-8 from the line. Lowellville (5-6) led by six at halftime and went on an 11-3

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 1/23: Lowellville 28 Springfield 52

¯ SPRINGFIELD 52, LOWELLVILLE 28: LOWELLVILLE — Jacey Mullen scored 17 points for the Tigers in a win over Lowellville. Mullen’s 17 points was a game-high and Kylee Kosek added 13. Peyton Kliem hit two 3-pointers and finished with eight points for Springfield. Savanah Procick led the Rockets with 10 points.

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 1/23: Lowellville 20 McDonald 83

¯ McDONALD 83, LOWELLVILLE 20: LOWELLVILLE — The Blue Devils led 41-10 at halftime and rolled past the host Rockets in an MVAC-Scarlet Tier tilt. Lucia Wolford netted 22 points, Sophia Costantino scored 17 and Brooke Lewis contributed 12 points and 10 rebounds for McDonald, which improved to 10-1 overall and 7-0 in league play.

Girls Varsity Basketball Recap 1/14: Lowellville 48 Mineral Ridge 34

¯ LOWELLVILLE 38, MINERAL RIDGE 24: LOWELLVILLE — The Rockets had a 15-3 scoring advantage from 3-point range and outscored their guests 16-5 in the middle quarters. Sammie Moore scored 14 points and Francesca Lellio netted 13 for Lowellville. Candice Miller paced the Rams with 13 points.