High School Roundup (Jan. 2): Field girls hold off rival Wildcats; Bomber boys roll past Lordstown

Record-Courier staff report Published:

Record-Courier staff report

GIRLS BASKETBALL

FIELD 47, MOGADORE 44

Morgan Peachey scored the final four points of the game to rally the host Falcons to a PTC cross-division win on Wednesday.

Mogadore (0-9) broke a halftime tie to take a 34-32 lead into the final quarter and still lead 44-43 with 29 seconds left in the contest when Peachey stole the ball and scored on a layup to put Field (8-2) in the lead 45-44.

Peachey then put the game on ice with a pair of free throws with 9.9 seconds to go.

Ashley Mack led the Falcons with 12 points, while Grace Reilly tossed in a dozen points to pace the Wildcats.

Field held a 29-26 rebounding advantage with Tiffany Spaller and Camille Adelman grabbing eight boards each. Makenzie Williams pulled down six caroms for Mogadore.

BOYS BASKETBALL

WINDHAM 72, LORDSTOWN 34

The host Bombers jumped out to a 19-points halftime lead and coasted to a non-league win on Wednesday.

Windham 8-1 led 19-9 after one quarter and enjoyed a 39-20 lead at intermission.

Parker Rickey led the Bombers with 15 points, four assists and four steals, Stephen Kacenski and Jake Viebranz added 12 tallies each, while Cameron Pozsgai chipped in with 10 points and 11 rebounds.

BOYS BOWLING

CRESTWOOD 2,356, STREETSBORO 1,719

The Red Devils continued their successful season, improving their overall record to 6-1 and earning their first PTC Metro Division victory, beating Streetsboro at Kent Lanes.

Crestwood's Matt Lyons, also having a solid season, bowled games of 203 and 221 for a 424 series to earn the top games and series of the match.

The Rockets' Bobby Eckert tossed a 297 series with a high game of 150 for Streetsboro.

GIRLS BOWLING

CRESTWOOD 1,747, STREETSBORO 1,439

The Crestwood Red Devils picked up their first PTC Metro Division victory, beating Streetsboro at Kent Lanes.

The Red Devils' Leannah Frances topped the leaderboard for the match with a 322 series after a consistent night with games of 157-165.

Becca Fleming led the way for the Rockets, bowling a 157 high game and a 291 series.

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