By Tom Nader
Publisher and Editor
RAVENNA 62, COVENTRY 40
The Ravens buried nine 3-pointers to highlight their Metro Athletic Conference victory on Tuesday, which improved the team to 3-1 in the league.
Only Woodridge currently has a better MAC record at 3-0.
Ravenna was led by Mason Ross’ 12 points, while Pavel Henderson added 11 and Justice Haven had 10 points.
Haven, Ross, Marcus Gibson and Bryce Moneypenny all had a pair of 3-pointers in the victory for the Ravens.
COPLEY 66, KENT ROOSEVELT 58
Copley pulled out to a 38-21 halftime lead before the Rough Riders attempted a spirited second-half comeback that fell short.
The Riders outscored Copley 37-28 in the final two quarters, but their first-half deficit was too steep to completely come back from.
Kent Roosevelt was led in scoring by Jeremiah Lepp’s 20 points, while Gavin Leslie finished with 19, including 11-of-14 from the free-throw line.
Leo Gerber was Copley’s leading scorer with 20 points. He hit four 3-pointers.
STREETSBORO 53, FIELD 35
The Rockets won their second straight game and once again found a little bit of offense to do it.
Streetsboro averaged just 36 points per game in its first three games of the season — all losses. In the Rockets’ next two games, both wins, the team has averaged 61 points per game.
In Tuesday’s victory, it was Brevyn Nobles leading the way with 15 points. He was joined in double figures by Jackson Gula, who hit a pair of 3-pointers on his way to 12 points.
The Falcons led 11-10 after the first quarter, but struggled offensively in the second and third quarters, when Streetsboro took control of the game.
Field managed to score only four points in the second quarter and eight in the third quarter against Streetsboro’s 15 and 17, respectively.
The result was the Rockets gaining a 25-15 lead at halftime, then extended to 42-23 going into the fourth quarter.
The Falcons (0-5) had two players in double-digits, with Joe Crawford and Braxton Baumberger both scoring 10.
PYMATUNING VALLEY 73, WINDHAM 45
The Bombers could not keep up with Pymatuning Valley on Tuesday in a Northeastern Athletic Conference road loss.
Only four Bombers scored in the game, with Chase Eye leading the way with 16 points. Eye hit five field goals and was 5-of-6 from the free-throw line.
Carlos Bruton had 14 points, while Lucas Churchill added 11 points for the Bombers.
Windham trailed just 13-12 after the first quarter, but failed to keep it as close over the next three quarters.
Pymatuning Valley outscored the Bombers 18-7 in the second quarter, then 21-13 in both the third and fourth quarters.
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