Boys high school basketball report for Jan. 18, including Federal League, NBC and PAC-7 action.
Blue Streaks survive
LAKE 50, GLENOAK 42 (OT) Lake outscored GlenOak 10-2 in overtime to earn a Federal League high school boys basketball win at home Friday. The Blue Streaks were 8-of-9 from the free-throw line in overtime.
Chaese Vaudrin had a game-high 18 points and six rebounds for Lake.
GlenOak’s Jeronte’ Robinson sent the game into overtime by making two free throws with three seconds left in regulation. Robinson led the Golden Eagles with 12 points. Jaevon Johnson also scored 11 for GlenOak.
Bulldogs snap loss streak
McKINLEY 45, BOARDMAN 35 Hollis Alexander scored 12 points to lead the Bulldogs to a Federal League road win, snapping their eight-game losing streak. The eight straight losses tied the longest skid in school history.
McKinley’s last win also came against Boardman‚ 56-26 on Dec. 14.
Paul Ortiz added 11 points for McKinley. Sam Mathey led Boardman with 11 points.
Pasiuk’s 3s lead Warriors
CARROLLTON 60, LOUISVILLE 56 Caleb Pasiuk scored a game-high 22 points, connecting on seven 3-pointers, as the Warriors held on for an NBC road win. Andrew Collins finished with 15 points for Carrollton and Jake Peterson added 10 points.
Blake Hoover led Louisville with 20 points, while Pavin Parks scored 14.
Shivers, Bush lead the way
SALEM 70, WEST BRANCH 56 Tony Shivers and Ryan Bush combined for 48 points to lead the host Quakers to an NBC victory. Salem (11-2, 7-1) owns a one-game lead in the NBC over Canton South. Alliance is 11⁄2 games back.
Shivers finished with a game-high 26 points, while Bush scored 22. Jerian Thomas scored 15 to lead West Branch.
Trojans roll in second half
TIMKEN 66, TRIWAY 50 An 8-0 run to open the second half enabled the Trojans to pull away and remain in first place in the PAC-7.
Timken outscored Triway 19-7 in the third quarter to erase a 24-23 halftime deficit. The Trojans shot 52.1 percent from the field, and finished with 14 steals. They forced 16 turnovers overall and limited Triway to 30 percent shooting.
Chris Cook grabbed 10 rebounds to go with seven points, five assists, four steals and three blocks. Nick Johnson added a game-high 16 points, while Justin Williams scored 11.
Parker Carmichael scored 14 points to lead Triway.
Mills leads Braves
INDIAN VALLEY 60, FAIRLESS 52 Shawn Mills scored 22 points to lead the Braves on the road in the PAC-7.
Mickey Lanier scored 17 points for Fairless, while Hunter Wells added seven points and 13 rebounds for the Falcons.
Peters leads Royals
CVCA 46, TUSLAW 41 Bob Peters scored 23 points to lead the Royals to a PAC-7 road win. K.C. Meyer had 16 points and eight rebounds for Tuslaw.
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MANCHESTER 55, TUSKY VALLEY 50 Nick Peyakov’s 21 points and 10 rebounds helped Manchester win at home in the PAC-7. Kanyon Collins added 11 points for the Panthers, who hit 20 of 26 foul shots. Charlie Ackerman and Payton Ziegler each scored 11 for the Trojans.
Knights fall at home
MOONEY 55, ST. THOMAS AQUINAS 51 The Knights had their three-game winning streak come to an end despite Austin Hill and Anthony Moeglin combining to score 27 points and knock in six 3s.
HEARTLAND CHRISTIAN 61, HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 33 Kyle Burgess led five Heartland players in double figures with 12 points, as the host Lions took down Heritage. The Conquerors got nine points from Derek McNutt and 10 rebounds from Austin Caldwell.
GARRETTSVILLE 57, EAST CANTON 44 Hayden Miller scored 19 points for the Hornets, but it was not enough in a Portage Trail Conference road loss. Alec Pennell added 13 points for East Canton.
MALVERN 67, TUSKY CENTRAL CATHOLIC 43 Max Kapron scored a game-high 22 points lead the Hornets to an Inter-Valley Conference win at home. Trey Tucci added 19 points for Malvern, while Mitch Loomis had 10 points and 13 rebounds.
WOOD COUNTY CHRISTIAN 48, MASSILLON CHRISTIAN 45 Curtis Fry had 19 points and nine rebounds for Massillon Christian, but the Chargers fell at home.