Published: Sunday, December 30, 2007
Grove City topples Frostburg St.
Westminster's women edged Mount Union 61-58.
MARIETTA Andy O'Keefe and Shawn Carr (Mohawk High) evenly split 36 points to lead Grove City (7-2) over Frostburg State, 72-53, in the opening round of the Marietta Shrine Tournament Saturday.
Frostburg (2-8) led 25-24 at the half but was outscored 48-28 in the last 20 minutes.
Brian Green hit for 20 points for Frostburg.
O'Keefe and Carr combined to make all 14 free throws they tried.
Webber International 81,
BABSON PARK, Fla. Halston Shaffer led Webber with 16 points and 12 rebounds.
Geneva (6-5) was led by Greg McDivitt with 18 points and Bryan Hill added 12 points.
The Golden Tornadoes permitted 22 offensive rebounds, shot 33 percent from the field and made only six field goals in the second half.
Geneva did make 30 of 37 free throw tries and trailed by just four points with two minutes remaining.
Webber International had more rebounds, 47-25.
Rio Grande 108, Hiram 101
ASHLAND Six players scored in double figures for Rio Grande (5-8) in the consolation game of the Ashland Tournament.
For Hiram (2-7) Mike Staley had 27 points and Mike McDevitt added 25 more.
After falling behind 53-36 at the break, Hiram scored 65 points in the last 20 minutes of play.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. Emilee Ackerman scored 20 points and was 10-for-13 from the foul line to lead Westminster (7-2) over Mount Union, 61-58.
Gina Brunetti (Cardinal Mooney) and Rachel Martinko each had 10 points for Westminster.
The Purple Raiders (5-6) were led by Ashley Ross and Tessa Pohovey, each with 15 points.
Assumption 65, Slippery Rock 56
SAN DIEGO Leslie Lupien scored 16 points for Assumption (10-3).
For the Rock (4-7), Amanda Nero (Lowellville) scored seven points and Kellyann Staudinger had 20 points on 9-for-12 shooting and nine rebounds.
Lake Erie 88, Hiram 69
ASHLAND Jalisa Mitchell and Tayla Parnell scored 15 and 14 points respectively and Alyssa Wagers handled 17 rebounds for Lake Erie (4-6).
Brittany Mayle led Hiram (2-8) with 19 points, supported by Stephanie Zunic (Canfield) with 14 points.