High School Roundup (Feb. 2): Rough Riders, Ravens pick up victories in PTC Metro Division girls basketball action

Record-Courier staff report Published:

Record-Courier staff report

GIRLS BASKETBALL

KENT ROOSEVELT 44, SPRINGFIELD 41

Thr host Rough Riders held off a fourth quarter rally by the Spartans and hung on for a PTC Metro Division vicotry.

Kent Roosevelt (12-7, 8-4) led 38-27 after three quarters before Springfield went on a 14-6 scoring spurt in the final eight minuutes only to come up short.

Brianna Rock led the Rough Riders with 11 points, while Sam Karas and Allie Rodenbucher had 11 points each for the Spartans.

RAVENNA 47, COVENTRY 30

The visting Ravens pulled away in the final quarter for a PTC Metro Division win on Saturday.

Ravenna (13-6, 10-2) led by seven points after three quarters, but outscored the Comets (8-11, 3-9) 16-6 over the final eight minutes.

Courtney Cross paced the Ravens with 10 points, while Karli Morisak led Coventry with 12 points.

WATERLOO 44, EAST CANTON 33

After a slow start, the Vikings outscored the host Wizards 30-18 in the second half to pull away for a PTC County Division win.

Jamie Willis and Megan Forney led Waterloo (10-9, 9-3) with 16 and 15 points respectively.

Hannah Butler had 11 points and Megan Gothard added 10 points for East Canton (8-12, 4-8).

WOODRIDGE 50, ROOTSTOWN 46

The host Bulldogs held off a second half rally to capture a PTC County Division win over the Rovers.

Woodridge (9-8, 7-5) took a 28-15 halftime lead, but Rootstown (8-11, 5-7) came alive in the second half, outscoring the Bullogs 31-22, but it wasn't enough to overcome the first half deficit.

Lizzie Wilkinson led Woodridge with 15 points, while Kapry Watson added 11 tallies.

Jalynn Myers paced the Rovers with 13 points, while Brandi Barkhurst and Casey Miracle chipped in with 10 points each.

FIELD 55, STREETSBORO 47

Morgan Peachey tossed in a game-high 16 points to lead the host Falcons to a PTC Metro Division victory.

Field (13-6, 8-4) led by two points at halftime, but a 15-9 scoring run in the third quarter allowed the Falcons open an eight-point lead that they managed to hold on to for th remander of the contest.

Tiffany Spaller added 14 points and Camille Adelman had 12 points and 10 rebounds for Field. Ashley Mack also had 10 boards for the Falcons.

Allison Targosky (14 points) and Shannon Blondeaux (10) hit double digits for Streetsboro (4-14, 2-10).

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