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12 charged in high school basketball brawl

Twelve people, including students and adults, will be charged in connection with a fight at a Pennsylvania high school basketball game earlier this month, police said.

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They face disorderly conduct charges.

Clairton police released details about the Feb. 6 brawl at Clairton High School between Clairton and Monessen.

Police said it began as a fight between two players and escalated from there.

Eight teenagers and four adults are charged. All are from Clairton and Monessen, police said.

In a news release, officers said they offered victims a chance to come forward to sort out who was involved in the fight, but no one did, so they used surveillance video to figure out who to charge.

The charges come after WPIAL officials decided to suspend players who left the benches for one game and put both schools on unprecedented five-year probations.

Monessen is appealing that decision.

California prep basketball player with Down syndrome scores first basket

A California teenager with Down syndrome had a memorable senior night, scoring his first career basket in his first appearance in a game, KMPH reported.

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Jack Welsh was introduced last on Feb. 8 as Reedley High School honored its seniors.

“The heart and soul of Reedley,” Pirates football coach Brandon Nagle said. "That would explain Jack right there."

When the game began, Welsh posted up and connected for a basket, prompting the student section to rush the court to congratulate him, KMPH reported.

“You want to cry," said Jack's father, John Welsh. “You know, we didn't know anything about it, so, it really took us by surprise.”

For three years, Jack Welsh has been a part of the Reedley basketball, football and baseball teams, Basketball coach Travis Ferrell said inserting Welsh into the lineup was a great way to celebrate his high school career.

“He comes to all of our practices. He brings energy that sometimes our players don't bring, and we feed off of him,” Ferrell told KMPH. “So to me, it was the least we could do to have this type of celebration on senior night.”

“To see the joy in his face and to experience what all these boys have experienced for four years -- he's like any other boy," John Welsh told KMPH. “He wants to participate.”

Dec. 30 Roundup: Elks win Orlando tourney; FM’s Conley scores 1,000th point

The Centerville Elks boys boys basketball team defeated Boone, Fla., 64-58 in double overtime to win the City Beautiful Invitational in Orlando, Florida. 

Matt Pearce netted 22 points in the win, while Donovan Shelton and Ryan Marchal tacked on 12 and 11 points. 

Pearce was also named the overall tournament MVP and Shelton was named to the all-tournament team. 

Centerville beat First Academy 46-43 to advance to the tournament championship. 

Beavercreek 59, Bellbrook 35: Jon Alessandro tallied 12 points in the ‘Creek win. Caleb Scott and Donnie Crouch each had 11 for Bellbrook. 

Miamisburg 59, Dayton Christian 54: Jason Hubbard led Miamisburg with 20 points in the win. Anton Webb led all scorers and DC with 28. 

Sidney 63, Bellefontaine 40: Ratez Roberts shot for 17 points, while Andre Gordon tacked on 15 in the win. Jack Clement scored 13 in the Bellefontaine loss.

Lakota West 52, Kings 37: Carter Combs tallied 13 points in the win, while Max Kiker tacked on 12. 

Bishop Hartley 44, Chaminade Julienne 43: Payton Collins put up 19 points in the win for Bishop. CJ’s Milton Gage netted 23 in the loss. 

Miami Trace 58, Greeneview 53: Cameron Carter scored 27 points in the win. Gabe Caudill put up 18 points in the loss. 

Ansonia 59, Jefferson 36: Ansonia took home the Patriot Holiday Classic title with the win. 

Franklin Monroe 42, Brookville 40: Ethan Conley scored his 1,000th career point in the win, pushing FM to their first Jet Tournament title in five years. 

Mississinawa Valley 49, Arcanum 47: Ethan Bowman notched his 1,000th point, putting up 24 in the win. 

Botkins 72, Ridgemont 40: Tyler Free led all scorers with 24 points for Botkins.

Fort Loramie 55, Bethel 47: Tyler Siegel netted 20 points, shooting for 100% from the foul line to lead in the win, moving FL to 9-0. Ryan Rose put up 22 points in the loss. 

St. Henry 62, Coldwater 49: Marcus Brun tallied 13 points in the Coldwater loss. Cole Frilling tacked on 12. 

 

Girls Basketball

Butler 59, Graham 16: Tyree Fletcher netted 16 points in the win and Abbie Schoenherr tacked on 10. 

Lebanon 58, Edgewood 29: Sydney Hanna put up 15 points in the Lebanon win. Kendall Folley chipped in 14. 

Miamisburg 56, Dayton Christian 26: Abby Carter and Emily Kepple each tallied 16 points in the win. 

Fairfield 53, Talawanda 43: Zahyra Bailey put up 15 points and six steals, shooting 8-for-10 from the foul line in the win. Addie Brown’s 25 points led all scorers and Talawanda, 15 coming off three point shots. 

Monroe 54, Stivers 25: Sophie Sloneker, Alyssa Beckett and Erica Thompson each netted eight points to best Stivers. Emily Fletcher shot for 11 points [n the loss. 

Alter 44, Magnificat 43: Riley Priest had 12 points and three steals for Alter. 

Fenwick 48, Norwood 38: Kaitlyn Anzel led with nine points for Fenwick in the win. Jenna Adams tacked on seven points and 15 rebounds. 

Mechanicsburg 59, Greenon 43: Kasey Schipfer put up a double double, shooting for 23 points, 10 steals, six rebounds and four assists. Elly Schipfer tacked on another double double with 16 points and 11 rebounds. Reagan Ware had 17 points in the loss.

West Liberty-Salem 60, Catholic Central 35: Kelsey Day led all scorers with 17 points and three 3-pointers. Abbigail Peterson tallied 12 points to lead Catholic Central. 

Covington 42, Troy 28: Tori Crowell tallied 12 points for Covington. Alaura Holycross and Dana Wynkoop co-led Troy with eight points apiece. 

Miami East 47, Anna 27: Morgan Haney paced all scorers with 16 points. 

Newton 58, Dixie 33: Tatum McBride netted 26 points in the win. 

Fairlawn 55, Ansonia 44: Lauren Dudgeon netted 31 points and eight blocks in the win. 

Fort Loramie 56, St. Henry 40: Taylor Ratermann led FL with 14 points, shooting 4-for-5 on 3-pointers. Alison Siefring had 13 points for St. Henry. 

Minster 71, Bellevue 49: Courtney Prenger led all scorers with 24 points in the win. 

New Bremen 61, Lehman Catholic 30: Paige Jones scored 13 points in the NB win. Carly Edwards led Lehman with seven points. 

 

Wrestling

McClain Tiger Invitational: Kenton Ridge took sixth place overall. Bryce Davis took home the championship at 120 and Jaden Cook added on another at 126. 

Skyline Bowling Invitational: Ayyoub Muhammed of Thurgood Marshall won the 132-pound weight class by defeating Ashten Moody of Unioto 10-6 in the championship round. 

 

Swimming

Bellbrook Quad: Kenton Ridge’s Sydney Jones and Gwyn Thomas took two events each, also winning two additional events as a part of the 200 Medley and 200 Freestyle relays. Jones also took first in the 50 Freestyle and 100 Freestyle, while Thomas took the 200 IM and 100 Breastroke.

Teen shot in head is back to playing basketball after more than a year in recovery

Last year, a Chicago Public Schools honor student was shot in the head and has since made an unbelievable comeback Tuesday night. Damari Hendrix is back on the basketball court this week for the first time since a random shooting nearly took his life.

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According to WGN, Hendrix had to go through surgery three times and spent four days in a medically induced coma. He also was forced to learn to walk and talk again. But now he’s running, and his coach says he’s also redefining what’s possible.

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“Watching them practice, it’s impossible to believe that not long ago, one of these young men lay dying from a gunshot wound to the head,” Brian Rose, Hendrix’s coach, said. Last Labor Day weekend in a park near his home, Hendrix came close to his life ending.

“We just heard ‘shooter,’ and everybody got up running and stuff and I didn’t know I was shot until later on, I was running, my body started shutting down and stuff. I couldn’t see, walk, talk, run no more,” he said.

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Hendrix came back on the court with his teammates at Foreman High School for the first time in 14 months – and all he can do is grin. Hendrix is still working on some fine motor skills but you wouldn’t know by watching him practice – dunking a couple of times.

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“I get a second chance at life. I thought I wasn’t going to make it,” he said. “Up. I only want to go up, get better and better every day.”

Cincinnati media reports Lauren Hill has died

Our partners at WCPO and multiple media outlets around the region are reporting that Lauren Hill, the 19-year-old freshman who battled brain cancer, has died.

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Coach suspended after 161-2 rout

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You may expect a coach to be suspended for losing too many games. But what about when his team wins one?

That's exactly what happened to the head coach of a high school girls basketball team in California after they beat the other team 161-2.  

That is not a typo.  The Arroyo Valley High School girl's basketball team beat Bloomington High School  by nearly 160 points the Sporting News reported.

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But despite putting the bench in, they still scored and handily beat their opponents. 

That's where the suspension comes in.  According to the local newspaper, Arroyo Valley's school board suspended Michael Anderson for two games .

The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reported Anderson played the starters for the first half and they scored an average of 13 points a minute, or 104 points in the first 16-minute half.

Some say putting the bench in the second half was too little too late.  The Daily Bulletin said Anderson should have slowed the game once it became obvious that the other team was no match.  They did report that Anderson imposed a 23-second wait on shots for his team. 

Another coach suggested in a Daily Bulletin story, that Anderson should have followed his lead when a score is one-sided and let the other side score and change the way the team played further, going so far as to not block a shot or steal the ball.  

As for the team, they handily beat their opponents in the first game of Anderson's suspension.  Arroyo Valley beat Indian Springs 80-19 Wednesday night.  Anderson will return courtside on Monday.

Associated Press girls state basketball poll

How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school girls basketball teams in the second of seven weekly Associated Press polls, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

DIVISION I 1, Twinsburg (18) 14-0 197 2, Kettering Fairmont (1) 12-0 167 3, Mason 13-0 138 4, Reynoldsburg (1) 12-1 110 5, Perrysburg 12-0 103 6, Cle. St. Joseph 14-0 95 7, Centerville 11-1 60 8, N. Can. Hoover 10-2 56 9, Wadsworth 12-1 53 10, Dublin Coffman 12-1 18

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Hudson 17. 12, Solon 13. 13, Aurora 12.

DIVISION II 1, Millersburg W. Holmes (13) 14-0 181 2, Clyde (2) 15-0 166 3, Shaker Hts. Hathaway Brown (5) 11-3 142 4, Tol. Rogers 9-2 114 5, Oxford Talawanda 15-0 89 6, Jackson 15-0 75 7, Geneva 12-1 65 8, Kettering Alter 11-2 55 9, Bellbrook 11-2 51 10, Akr. Hoban 9-3 27

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Akr. SVSM 21. 12, Beloit W. Branch 16. 13, Bellevue 13.

DIVISION II 1, Smithville (13) 15-0 188 2, Cols. Africentric (2) 11-3 151 3, Gates Mills Gilmour (2) 13-1 144 4, Archbold (1) 13-1 123 5, Orrville 10-1 98 6, Versailles 12-1 87 7, Richwood N. Union (1) 14-1 71 8, Anna 8-2 70 9, Beachwood 11-1 47 10, Proctorville Fairland 10-0 26

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Beverly Ft. Frye 20. 12, Cle. Cuyahoga Hts. 17. 13, Frankfort Adena (1) 13. 14, Can. Cent. Cath. 12.

DIVISION IV 1, Ottoville (14) 13-0 191 2, Newark Cath. (2) 11-0 151 3, Berlin Hiland (2) 11-2 115 4, Hamler Patrick Henry (1) 12-0 112 5, New Madison Tri-Village 12-1 107 6, Ft. Loramie 11-2 81 7, Mansfield St. Peter's 12-1 77 8, Bridgeport (1) 10-0 63 9, Ft. Recovery 10-2 56 10, Reedsville Eastern 11-1 44

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, N. Ridgeville Lake Ridge 29. 12, Zanesville Rosecrans 17. 13, New Riegel 15. Copyright The Associated Press

Area high school sports scores Jan. 7

GIRLS BASKETBALL

MONDAY’s results

GREENEVIEW 84, CEDARVILLE 27

CEDARVILLE — Aviles 12, Beatty 3, Grant 2, Swaim 4, Sizer 6. Totals 9-6-27.

GREENEVIEW — Rice 17, Siebenaler 2, Lovely 23, Liming 7, Sonneman 20, Kr.Combs 2, Ka.Combs 3, Hiser 6, Ary 2, Swearingen 2. Totals 36-6-84.

3-ptrs: Cedarville 3 (Aviles 2, Beatty 1); Greeneview 6 (Rice 1, Lovely 5).

BELLBROOK 61, VAN. BUTLER 28

VAN. BUTLER (2-8) — Dieli 5, Stephens 1, Trentman 4, D.Ratliff 2, Frogge 7, Grooms 6, Ross 3. Totals 12-3-28.

BELLBROOK (11-1) — Songer 5, Etter 22, Eckley 3, Nicholson 2, Hofacker 8, Taylor 13, Smith 8. Totals 25-10-61.

3-ptrs: Van. Butler 1 (Dieli); Bellbrook 4 (Songer 1, Etter 2, Eckley 1)

STEBBINS 40, FENWICK 30

FENWICK (5-8) — McCarthy 2, Brubaker 15, Stout 4, Manian 2, McClanahan 7. Totals 12-4-30.

STEBBINS (6-6) — Seaquist 10, Brinkman 7, Benge 2, Brandon 4, Williams 12, Kirkendoll 5. Totals 12-14-40.

3-ptrs: Fenwick 2 (Brubaker 2); Stebbins 2 (Brinkman 1, Williams 1)

ALTER 60, BEAVERCREEK 50

ALTER (10-2) — E.Bockrath 12, Patton 3, Morris 3, Quinter 3, Bazelak 20, Hoying 9, Combs 2, K.Bockrath 8. Totals 17-21-60.

BEAVERCREEK (7-5) — Phillips 11, Barrett 3, Gobeil 8, Zimmerman 6, Knight 4, Myers 16, Shields 2. Totals 19-8-50.

3-ptrs: Alter 5 (Bazelak 2, Quinter 1, Morris 1, Patton 1); Beavercreek 4 (Myers 3, Barrett 1).

COVINGTON 66, MILTON-UNION 36

MILTON-UNION — Thompson 2, Albaugh 2, Swartztrouber 8, Falb 13, Pricer 11. Totals 14-14-36.

COVINGTON — Snipes 10, Carder 2, Cecil 2, Cron 2, Flora 3, Cain 8, Crowell 21, Albright 2, Siefring 16. Totals 29-29-66.

3-ptrs: Milton-Union 3 (Swartztrouber 2, Falb 1); Covington 4 (Snipes 1, Flora 1, Crowell 2).

MIAMI EAST 90, URBANA 51

URBANA (6-7) — Lacy 42, Rogan 8, Fannin 1. Totals: 15-15-51. 

ME (10-1) — Mack 11, DeFord 2, Linn 20, Kindell 9, Davisson 2, A. Current 9, T. Current 16, Cash 17, Dunivan 4. Totals: 37-6-90.

3-ptrs: Urbana 6 (Lacy 6); Miami East 10 (Linn 5, Mack 3, Kindell 1, Cash 1)

PREBLE SHAWNEE 56, DAYTON CHR. 21

DC — Rodenfels 6, Stedman 7, Collins 6, Wheeler 2. Totals: 7-5-21.

PS (9-3) — Woodard 2, Edwards 4, Brown 11, Steele 2, Janson 3, Moore 6, Stout 12, Klamm 2, Speirs 2, Lakes 12. Totals: 22-11-56.

3-ptrs: Dayton Christian 2 (Rodenfels 2); Preble Shawnee 1 (Brown 1).

SOUTHEASTERN 51, BETHEL 22

BETHEL — Callahan 10, Weinert 7, Koehler 5. Totals: 9-4-22.

SOUTHEASTERN (6-7) — Entler 12, T. Perry 12, Sullivan 4, Wical 2, Nichols 1, Hudson 5, Ratliff 14, Erwin 1. Totals: 21-5-51.

3-ptrs: Bethel 0; Southeastern 4 (Perry 4). 

DIXIE 62, FRANKLIN MONROE 31

FM (5-7) — Gray 8, Snider 4, Robins 11, Heckman 6, Jeffers 2. Totals 13-12-31.

DIXIE (6-6) — Evans 6, Wylie 2, Good 9, Hundley 15, Cole 1, Bertke 18, Shope 11. Totals 27-6-62.

3-ptrs: FM 3 (Heckman 2, Robins 1); Dixie 2 (Good 1, Hundley 1).

SETON 66, BADIN 65

SETON (6-6) — Schleben 8, Gleason 12, Blaut 15, Hetzer 5, Zieverink 7, Scholl 12, Daugherty 7. Totals 26-8-66.

BADIN (7-4) — To.Stang 18, Ta.Stang 3, Clark 6, Riggins 14, Egan 15, Pater 4, Krusenklaus 2, Lang 3. Totals 25-8-55.

3-ptrs: Seton 6 (Gleason 2, Schleben 1, Scholl 1, Daugherty 1, Hetzer 1); Badin 7 (To.Stang 3, Egan 2, Ta.Stang 1, Lang 1).

SHAWNEE 57, SPRINGFIELD 34

SPRINGFIELD (1-11) — May 8, Oliver 4, Smith 4, Williams 11, May 2, Mitchell 5. Totals 12-10-34.

SHAWNEE (4-10) — Driskill 2, Garberich 2, Zince 9, Miller 7, Gresse 5, Davis 15, Gregory 10, Walton 7. Totals 20-1457.

3-ptrs: Springfield 0, Shawnee 3 (Gregory 1, Davis 2).

CARROLL 60, XENIA 32

XENIA — Strodes 6, Muterspaw 7, Shinkle 2, Meyer 4, Dunklin 2, Conner 11. Totals 12-6-32.

CARROLL — Blanford 6, Hobbs 2, Austria 6, Barney 2, Townsend 1, Wollenhaupt 11, Poppa 2, Cogan 3, Dirksen 10, DePoorter 5, Schroeder 12. Totals 22-10-60.

3-ptrs: Xenia 2 (Muterspaw 2); Carroll 6 (Austria 2, Cogan 1, Dirksen 2, DePoorter 1).

NORTHWESTERN 67, RIVERSIDE 43

RIVERSIDE — Lediey 5, Hickey 14, Robinson 4, Egbert 3, Hurley 5, Cassell 4, Giles 2, McGower 6. Totals 11-16-43.

NORTHWESTERN — Berner 7, Stacey 4, Lannom 2, McMurtry 3, Hartlow 13, Cruz 38. Totals 25-16-67.

3-ptrs: Riverside 5 (Hickey 2, Lediey 1, Egbert 1, Hurley 1); Northwestern 1 (Cruz 1).

WRESTLING

FRANKLIN 38, MIAMISBURG 30

106: Whitman (F) by forfeit; 113: Harbison (F) by forfeit; 120: Brewer (F) tech. fall Fayette 0:00 16-0; 126: Regan (M) by forfeit; 132: Middleton (F) dec. Palmer 11-6; 138: Brewer (F) dec. Grainger 8-4; 145: Branham (M) pinned Brewer 1:26; 152: Henderson (F) pinned Veracco 0:57; 160: Kersey (M) dec. Wright 6-2; 170: Robbins (M) by forfeit; 182:  Olszewski (M) dec. Nori 7-3; 195: Crockett (F) dec. Suglio 13-6; 220: Perander (M) pinned Norris 0:48; 285: Henderson (F) pinned Wittman 3:09.

BOYS BOWLING

FAIRFIELD 2741, BADIN 2361

High Series: Williams (F) 501; Doran (F) 449; Kulifay (B) 423; Newberry (F) 414.

MIDDLETOWN 2940, LEBANON 2493

High Series: Wood (M) 499, Davis (L) 448, Deaton (M) 442, Toth (M) 413.

GIRLS BOWLING

LEBANON 2539, MIDDLETOWN 2391

High Series: DeGeorge (L) 412, Temple (L) 407, Harbin (M) 369.

NORTHWESTERN 2562, GREENON 2399

High Series: Current 440 (N), Wright 406 (G), Oty (N) 372, Mack (G) 369.

 

Girls basketball round up Jan. 7

Girls basketball

Tecumseh 63, Northmont 29: Bianca Quisenberry reached 2,000 career points after scoring 30 points with 13 rebounds and 10 steals. Megan Christmann added 14 points for Tecumseh (13-1).

Miami East 90, Urbana 51: Madison Linn had 20 points and Abby Cash added 17 for East (10-1). Trischa Lacy scored a season-high 42 points in the loss.

Southeastern 51, Bethel 22: Mona Ratliff led Southeastern (6-7) with 14 points and Taylor Perry and Kaylie Entler each had 12.

Alter 60, Beavercreek 50: Maddie Bazelak led Alter (10-2) with 20 points and Emma Bockrath added 12. Ally Myers led ‘Creek (7-5) with 16 points.

Preble Shawnee 56, Dayton Christian 21: Kathy Stout and Courtney Lakes each had 12 points and Sidney Brown added 11 for Preble Shawnee (9-3) in a 56-21 win against Dayton Christian in girls high school basketball Monday.

Valley View 71, Middletown 54: Hannah Collins tallied 25 points, Hannah Thomas added 12 and Kilee Genslinger had 11 for Valley View.

Shawnee 57, Springfield 34: India Davis had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Shawnee (4-10).

Seton 66, Badin 65: Badin’s McKenzie Egan got a finger roll to go in that gave Badin a 65-64 lead with 11 seconds to play, but Seton’s Loretta Blaut sank a 12-footer at the buzzer to win the game. Blaut led Seton with 15 points and Torey Stang had 18 points for Badin.

Stebbins 40, Fenwick 30: Briana Williams had 12 points and Kailey Sequist added 10 for the Indians (6-6). Leah Brubaker scored 15 for the Falcons.

Northwestern 67, Riverside 43: Crystal Cruz tallied 38 points and Katelyn Hartlow added 13 for Northwestern.

 

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