PREP ROUNDUP: Seminoles Down Shamrocks, 60-56
BARNESVILLE — Garet Cramer paced Monroe Central with 16 points in a victory over Barnesville, 60-56 Tuesday in boys basketball action.
Luke Burkhart was solid as he turned in a 15-point performance while Malachi Rose-Burton netted 12 for the Seminoles.
For the Shamrocks, Kason Powell tallied a game-high 25 points while Asa Geillinger netted 13 and Colton Hines supplied 11.
Buckeye Local 66
Toronto 56, OT
CONNERVILLE — Jake Mayle scored a game-high 19 points while classmate Cameron Grabits tallied 14 in an overtime victory against Toronto.
Ethan McHugh and Mason Brown both had 14 points for the Panthers.
Anthony Myslinsky had a team-high 15 points off the bench for Toronto while Brant Reeves added 13 points and Shane Keenan had 10.
Steubenville Catholic 69 Edison 28
STEUBENVILLE — Charles Miller scored a game-high 24 points as Steubenville Catholic defeated Edison.
Anthony Venditti finished with 13 points for the Crusaders.
For the Wildcats, Gage Cline produced 12 points and 12 rebounds.
Union Local 55
MORRISTOWN — Zac Bateman tallied a game-high 17 points as Union Local defeated Steubenville.
Nathan Meyer netted 12 points for the Jets.
Zion Sawyer led Big Red with 14 points while Brenton Jones tallied 10.
Beaver Local 39
Indian Creek 38
WINTERSVILLE — Indian Creek was unable to hang on to its lead in the fourth quarter and fell to Beaver Local.
Hunter Rothacker led the Redskins with a game-high 10 points.
Conotton Valley 40
BOWERSTOWN — Bridgeport raced out to a 33-16 lead at halftime and never looked back en route to a victory.
Bridgeport was led by freshman Quinton Burlenski’s 21 points. Cooper Dulesky had 17 points and Reese O’Kernik added 13.
Edison 58, Wellsville 32
RICHMOND — Edison continued its winning ways with a victory over Wellsville.
Alayna Meadows led the Wildcats with 16 points. Alysea Fiedorczyk produced 10 points.
For the Tigers, Leah Vinton tallied 10 points.
BEAVERTON — Shadyside bounced back from a tough loss at Union Local on Monday by cruising to a win at Frontier.
The Tigers owned a 39-point lead after three quarters.
Senior leaders Tory Hendershot and Baylee Wach once again paced the Tigers’ attack. They scored 17 and 15, respectively. Classmate Kamdyn Elerick added 13 points.