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WEEK IN REVIEW: On the Mark

Tigers’ Bonar closing in on 3-point record

January 29, 2013
By TONY VIOLA , The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register

WHEELING - Karli Bonar is shooting her way into the Ohio record books.

The Shadyside senior needs only four more 3s to become the Buckeye State's all-time 3-point leader in a career, regardless of school size.

Karli will not be the only Bonar on the list, however, as her sister Marci, Bellaire's girls' basketball coach, ranks 20th as she ended her high school career with 212 for the Big Reds.

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Shadyside’s Karli Bonar (22) made two 3-pointers Monday night leaving her three shy of tying the Ohio record for 3-pointers in a career.

File Photo by Paul Krajnyak

Bonar currently has 324 career 3s and has helped lead the Tigers to a 12-7 record and into the thick of the Class 2A OVAC race.

The 25-point club

Molly McCoy, Edison: McCoy led the Wildcats with a game-high 27 points in a victory against Steubenville.

Emiley Masloski, Steubenville: Masloski finished with 26 points in a loss to Edison.

Olivia Bower, Conotton Valley: Bower scored 25 points in a loss to Toronto.

Teryn Jarrett, Beallsville: Jarrett ended his night with 33 points in a win against Valley.

Jacob Bailey, Union Local: Bailey poured in 32 points to surpass the 1,000-point plateau for his career against Bellaire.

Kenny Hess, Bellaire: Hess finished with 25 points in a loss to Union Local.

Emily Puskarich, Wheeling Park: Puskarich scored 25 points in a victory against University.

Jessica Kinney, Martins Ferry: Kinney put up 33 points in a loss to Steubenville.

Chase Harler, Wheeling Central: The freshman finished with 25 points in a loss to Magnolia.

Mark Winters, Zach Wilhoite, Magnolia: The two Blue Eagles each ended their night with 25 points.

The Downtown Ace

Bryce Jones, Bishop Donahue: Jones cashed in on five 3-pointers in a win against Paden City.

Mark Walker, Cameron: Walker hit five treys in a win against Bridgeport.

Kirk Shriver, Hundred: Shriver knocked down four 3s in a loss to Clay-Battelle.

Hayley Robb, Wheeling Park: Robb was an ace behind the 3-point arc as she hit six 3s in a win against University.

Nicole Smolenak, Bridgeport: Smolenak drained five 3s in a victory against Cameron.

Stephen Rogalski, Magnolia: Rogalski had five 3s in a win against Wheeling Central.

Cody Caldwell, River: Caldwell fired in six 3-pointers in a win against Shadyside.

The Offensive Explosion

Karli Bonar, Shadyside: Bonar started her week with four 3s in a win against Wheeling Central then fired in six on the way to 25 points in a victory against Union Local. The senior sharpshooter capped the week with eight 3s in a win against University.

Morgan Brunner, Linsly: Brunner hit seven 3-pointers and finished with a career-high 33 points in a victory against Brooke then had five treys in a win against Madonna.

Regan Stead, Weir: Stead drained four 3s on her way to 25 points in a loss to Magnolia.

Twice As Nice

Zach Hamm, Zoe Scarpone, Linsly: These two Cadets finished with four gold medals apiece at OVACs as Hamm claimed the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke, while Scarpone was victorious in both the 200 IM and 100 butterfly.

CeCe Jebbia, Wheeling Park: The junior captured both the 200 and 100 freestyle during the OVAC meet.

Michael Eaton, St. Clairsville: Eaton came away with two gold medals in both the 100 freestyle and 100 breaststroke at the OVAC meet.

 
 

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