High School Roundup (Jan. 29): Ravens earn double-digit win over Comets

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Record-Courier Staff Report

GIRLS BASKETBALL

RAVENNA 48, COVENTRY 37

The visiting Ravens outscored the Comets 16-8 in the second quarter and 15-8 in the third to build a 44-29 lead heading into the final period in picking up a PTC Metro win.

Deja Sanders scored 14 points to lead Ravenna (13-5, 8-2) offensively, while Taylor Geib paced the Ravens on the boards with eight rebounds.

Emily Cerepak led Coventry with 10 points.

WOODRIDGE 77, WATERLOO 43

Leading just 11-8 after one quarter, the visiting Bulldogs outscored the Vikings 30-8 in the second period to blow the game open en route to a PTC County Division victory.

Abbe Esterak led Woodridge (6-10, 3-7 PTC County) with 27 points, followed by Aamirah Howard with 16 points and Shayla Williams 14 points.

For Waterloo (0-16, 0-10), Blair Weaver scored 11 points and grabbed eight rebounds, while Michaela Luli also had eight rebounds.

GIRLS BOWLING

WOODRIDGE 1,800, STREETSBORO 1,698

The Lady Bulldogs took home their fifth victory of the season in the PTC County Division against only one loss as they beat the host Rockets at Kent Lanes on Wednesday.

Pauline Barry was the best for the visitors, rolling a 182-155 337 to help the Lady Bulldogs win the match. Reyma Hdi added a 166 and Maia Steadman a 159 for Woodridge.

Becca Fleming topped the Rockets with a 170 high game.

The Bulldogs are 6-8 overall and 5-1 in the PTC County, while the Rockets fell to 2-10 overall and 2-5 in the PTC County.

SPRINGFIELD 1,933, ROOTSTOWN 1,374

The Rovers traveled to Bill White's Akron Lanes to take on the host Spartans in a PTC cross-division match as the home team came out on top.

Springfield's Chelsea Crihfield rolled a 211-180 on her way to a 391.

For the Rovers, Courtney Brown tossed a 169 and Kayla Pistawka rolled a 167.

BOYS BOWLING

SPRINGFIELD 2,617, ROOTSTOWN 1,498

Springfield's Kasey Carson and Colton Riddle each put together strong outings at White's Akron Lanes.

Carson rolled a 233-437 and Riddle a 224-434 -- with Mason Pastorius and Zak Williams rolling 215 and 212, respectively -- to give the Spartans a 2,617 total.

The Rovers' Dan Phelps rolled a 225 high game, with Dominic Testa adding a 197.

Springfield is now 5-9 overall and 3-5 in the PTC Metro. Rootstown is 2-10 overall and 2-2 in the PTC County.

STREETSBORO 2,380, WOODRIDGE 2,329

The improving Rockets handed the Bulldogs their first defeat in the PTC County Division, winning the match at Kent Lanes by 51 pins.

The Rockets' Tyler Fleming was on fire, bowling 242-232 for an outstanding 474 series that set the tone for the upcoming Baker games.

Following the regular games, the Bulldogs (7-5, 3-1) were leading the match by four pins thanks to Alex Rager's 197-366 and Brandon Fleming's 201-395, as well as Alex Fuller's 216.

But Streetsboro (2-8, 2-3) took command of the match in the first Baker game, rolling a 209 to Woodridge's 199 and never looked back.

The Rockets added games of 185 and 178 for a 572 series to Woodridge's final 517 Baker series.

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