Saturday Highlights: Boys Basketball (Feb. 4)

The Panthers fought back in the second half for a 57-52 victory over St. Peter's in Mansfield. SMCC outscored the hosts 16-13 in the third and 19-12 in the fourth for the win.
Fandy.com Staff
Feb 5, 2012

 

The Panthers fought back in the second half for a 57-52 victory over St. Peter's in Mansfield. SMCC outscored the hosts 16-13 in the third and 19-12 in the fourth for the win.

Alex Opfer led SMCC with 22 points, followed by Joe Youskievicz with 15 and Denarius Harris with 11.

 

Margaretta 70, Vermilion 44 The Bears capped off two wins this weekend and four players reached double-figures for Margaretta, led by Tyler Brownell with 16 points. Craig Galindo had 13 points, and Devon Smith and Tyler Hilton each scored 11.

 

Clyde 54, Genoa 43 Derek Gray hit eight free throws in the fourth quarter for the Fliers to keep the Comets at arm's length. Gray scored 15 in the game, followed by Ryan Meyer with 12, Zach Warner 11 and Joey Cooper 10.

 

Willard 75, Bellevue 71 OT The Crimson Flashes trailed by 11 with four minutes to go, but pulled out an overtime win to reach the .500 mark. Willard got 22 points from Marcus Hahler and 13 points and seven rebounds from Kolin Phillips.

Bellevue's Jalen Santoro connected on six 3-pointers and scored a game-high 24 points while Trent Stamm added 21 points and 10 rebounds.

 

St. Paul 53, Edison 51 The Flyers held off the Chargers late rally as Will Crosby scored 11 for St. Paul and Scottie Slauterbeck added 10 more off the bench.

Shane Crooks had 14 for Edison, which tied the game at 51-51 after trailing 48-39 at the end of the third.

 

Monroeville 57, Mapleton 41 The Eagles made a second-half comeback for a second win in as many nights. Rick Heck had 14 points and six rebounds for the Eagles while Tyler See led the team with 15 points.

 

W. Reserve 65, S. Central 46 The Roughriders rebounded from Friday's loss with a rout of the visiting Trojans and is now tied with New London atop the FC.

Nolan Todd went for 28 points and 12 rebounds before watching the fourth quarter from the bench. Craig Meyer added 13 points for the 'Riders.

For more details on these games, grab a copy of Sunday's Register.