Wednesday's roundup: GlenOak girls survive in overtime again, Jackson and Hoover also win

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GlenOak's Jordan Weir (53), shown here during a game against Regis Jesuit last week, scored 14 points in the Golden Eagles' overtime win over McKinley on Wednesday.
GlenOak's Jordan Weir (53), shown here during a game against Regis Jesuit last week, scored 14 points in the Golden Eagles' overtime win over McKinley on Wednesday.

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL

GlenOak needed overtime to keep its Federal League record perfect. Jordan Weir scored 14 points and Breezie Williams finished with 13 as the Golden Eagles edged McKinley 42-38 on Wednesday. Weir shot 8 of 12 from the foul line.

GlenOak outscored the Bulldogs 8-4 in overtime. It was the second straight OT win for the Golden Eagles (14-1, 8-0).

Leilani McNeill led McKinley with 14 points.

Serenitee Johnson (left) of Lake knocks the ball away from Leena Patibandla (right) of Jackson during their game at Lake on Wednesday.
Serenitee Johnson (left) of Lake knocks the ball away from Leena Patibandla (right) of Jackson during their game at Lake on Wednesday.

JACKSON 56, LAKE 40 Emma Dretke hit four 3s and scored a game-high 20 points to lead the Polar Bears to the win.

Jackson trailed 8-7 after one quarter, but outscored Lake 17-6 in the second quarter to assume control.

Lauren Pallotta finished with 11 points for the Polar Bears (9-5, 5-4). Dretke also grabbed eight rebounds.

Emma Anderson led Lake (5-12, 0-9) with 14 points.

HOOVER 43, GREEN 38 Angela Roshak and Grace Craig scored 10 points apiece to lead the Vikings to the win.

Hoover outscored Green 17-4 in the second quarter and led 22-13 at halftime.

LOUISVILLE 57, WESTERN RESERVE ACAD. 43 Courtney Barwick scored 14 points and Brooke Haren finished with 12 as the Leopards (11-4) won.

MARLINGTON 65, CARROLLTON 15 Maria Warner and Chelsea Evanich scored 17 points apiece to help lead the Dukes to a decisive win.

Elizabeth Mason finished with a double-double 13 points and 10 rebounds for Marlington. Evanich grabbed 11 rebounds to complete her double-double. Warner also had seven steals.

Emma Anderson (center) of Lake goes to the basket while being guarded by Cassie McMurtry (14) and Leena Patibandla (rear) of Jackson during their game at Lake on Wednesday. Anderson was fouled on the play.
Emma Anderson (center) of Lake goes to the basket while being guarded by Cassie McMurtry (14) and Leena Patibandla (rear) of Jackson during their game at Lake on Wednesday. Anderson was fouled on the play.

WEST BRANCH 69, MOONEY 31 Anna Lippiatt scored 22 points and Sophie Gregory added 16 to lead West Branch (14-3) to a decisive win.

West Branch led 31-16 at halftime and took command in the third quarter when it outscored the Cardinals 27-10.

SOUTHEAST 51, ST. THOMAS AQUINAS 43 The Knights cut a 15-point deficit to three with two minutes left, but Southeast was able to hold on for the win.

Paris Everett led Aquinas with 14 points. Avery Bussey finished with 13 for the Knights. Ava Soehnlen added 10.

FAIRLESS 42, ORRVILLE 41 Grace Lyon scored 12 points to help the Falcons win a PAC-7 game.

GARAWAY 38, SANDY VALLEY 36, OT Jordan Parker and Abbey Parker scored 12 points apiece for the Cardinals in their overtime loss.

TUSKY VALLEY 38, INDIAN VALLEY 26 Ashley Merrick scored 15 points and Brook Stookey grabbed nine rebounds for the Trojans in their win.

Abigail Hance (left) of Lake fights for the ball with Lauren Pallotta (right) of Jackson during their game at Lake on Wednesday.
Abigail Hance (left) of Lake fights for the ball with Lauren Pallotta (right) of Jackson during their game at Lake on Wednesday.

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

MALONE 71, LAKE ERIE 66 Bryce Butler scored 22 points and Bo Myers finished with 20 as the Pioneers remained atop the Great Midwest Athletic Conference. Myers hit two free throws with six seconds left to help Malone (13-4, 8-2) close out Lake Erie.

Marcus Ernst added another double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds for Malone

MOUNT UNION 72, MUSKINGUM 61 Christian Parker scored 22 points and Chris Painter Jr. finished with 21 to lead Mount Union to a second straight win in the OAC.

Painter hit four 3s for the Purple Raiders (12-2, 6-2) and grabbed a team-high seven rebounds.

Mount Union led 39-25 at halftime.

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WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL

WALSH 77, URSULINE 48 Sha Carter scored 23 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Cavaliers to their fifth straight win.

Walsh (13-3, 8-2) built a 38-24 halftime lead and shot 55% from the field.

Morgan McMillen hit 5 of 6 3s and finished with 15 points for the Cavs. Lexi Scarton and Mayci Sales added 10 apiece.

MALONE 70, LAKE ERIE 45 Holly Groff hit four 3s and scored a game-high 20 points for the Pioneers in their G-MAC win.

Kelsey Swihart finished with 12 points for Malone (10-7, 6-5). Robin Campbell scored 11 points. Emma Kallas added 10.

MOUNT UNION 66, MUSKINGUM 48 Isi Palamone scored 20 points to lead Mount Union to an OAC win.

The Purple Raiders led 30-19 at halftime and took command in the third quarter when they outscored the Muskies 30-19.

Emma Cannon and Maddy Miles finished with 10 points apiece for Mount Union (5-8, 2-5).

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