High School Roundup (Jan. 16): Wildcats earn fourth straight victory behind Williams' play

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RECORD-COURIER STAFF REPORT

GIRLS BASKETBALL

MOGADORE 49, GARFIELD 42

Makenzie Williams scored 13 points to help lead the host Wildcats past the G-Men in a PTC County Division contest.

Ashley Barker and Grace Reilly backed Williams with 12 points each for Mogadore (4-9, 4-4).

Jackie Tabor scored 12 points for Garfield (4-9, 2-6), while Melody Bright added 11.

The win for Mogadore is the team's fourth straight.

FIELD 47, CRESTWOOD 36

The host Falcons got nine points apiece from Morgan Peachey and Tiffany Spaller to get past the Red Devils in a PTC Metro game.

Camille Adelman added eight points for Field (10-4, 6-3).

Tia Nuti scored eight points for Crestwood (8-6, 4-5).

SOUTHEAST 53, WOODRIDGE 49

Trailing 34-28 at the half, the host Pirates outscored the Bulldogs 25-15 in the final two periods to rally for a PTC County Division victory.

Shayna White led Southeast (10-4, 8-1) with 18 points and Brittany Butcher added 13.

Lizzie Wilkinson scored a game-high 25 points for Woodridge (7-7, 5-4) while Kara Kelleher had 12 points.

ROOTSTOWN 48, EAST CANTON 41

Casey Miracle scored 13 points to lead the visiting Rovers to a PTC County Division win over East Canton.

Brandi Barkhurst backed Miracle with nine points, while Jalynn Myers added eight points and six rebounds for Rootstown (7-8, 4-5).

Megan Gothard had 15 points for East Canton (4-9, 1-8), while Hannah Butler added 10 points.

KENT ROOSEVELT 49, COVENTRY 47

The visiting Rough Riders had to fight off a furious fourth-quarter rally by the Comets to post a PTC Metro win.

Roosevelt (9-6, 6-3) led 39-30 after three periods, but Coventry (5-8, 2-7) outscored the Rough Riders 17-10 in the fourth quarter to come up just two points short.

Courtney scored 16 points to lead the Rough Riders, followed by Brianna Rock with 14 points.

Talia Magestro had a game-high 20 points for the Comets.

SPRINGFIELD 52, NORTON 49 (OT)

The visiting Spartans pulled the upset of the girls basketball season by shocking the PTC Metro Division-leading Panthers on their home floor Wednesday night.

Springfield, which captured only its third victory of the year, outscored Norton 7-4 in overtime to hand the Panthers (10-5, 8-1) their first Metro loss of the season.

The Spartans (3-10, 1-8) had trailed 37-32 after three quarters before outscoring Norton 13-8 in the final period to force the extra session.

Sam Karas led Springfield with 19 points, followed by Jaime Alcorn with 16 points.

Norton was led by Cara Cook, who poured in a game-high 36 points and 11 rebounds.

BOYS BOWLING

SPRINGFIELD 2,427, CRESTWOOD 2,321

The Spartans had an outstanding day on the lanes at Bill White's Akron Lanes in Akron, beating the Red Devils by 106 pins.

The Spartans topped 1,000 for their first team game as Kasey Carson rolled a 200, Garrett Masters a 209 and Mark Sullivan a 205. Mason Pastorius was the best on the lanes for the match, rolling a 249 high game and putting together two games for a 464 series.

Bradley Woodrum was the best on the lanes for the Red Devils, tossing a 232 high game and a 398 series.

Springfield improves to 3-3 in the PTC Metro while Crestwood is now at 4-2.

COVENTRY 2,077, STREETSBORO 1,437

The Comets topped the 1,000 mark in both team games, rolling 1,060 and 1,017 prior to the Baker games, finishing with a 2,077 match total at Kent Lanes in Kent on their way to beating the Rockets.

Three Comet bowlers topped the 400 mark for series: Alex Morrow 236-442, Jacob Shondel 221-440 and John Shaw 252-461.

Streetsboro's Nick Marlin bowled a 172 high game and finished with a 318 series, with Tyler Fleming adding a 180-184 364 to the Rockets' efforts.

GIRLS BOWLING

SPRINGFIELD 1,664, CRESTWOOD 1,448

The Spartans earned another victory in the PTC Metro Division, beating the Red Devils at Bill White's Akron Lanes in Akron.

Springfield's Chelsea Crihfield rolled a 214 game on her way to a 389 series, with Jordan Bever adding a 190 game to the Spartans' winning effort.

The Red Devils' Julie Forster bowled a 215 high game and a 369 series, with Leannah Frances adding back-to-back games in the 160s, including a 169.

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