Norwalk Reflector: Flyers dominate early at Mapleton; cruise to 14th win
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Flyers dominate early at Mapleton; cruise to 14th win

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Updated Feb 16, 2019 at 2:05 AM

ORANGE TWP. — Another balanced scoring effort paced St. Paul to a comfortable 67-47 road win over Mapleton on Friday in Firelands Conference play.
St. Paul outscored the Mounties by six points in each of the first two quarters, then broke it open with a 20-12 scoring edge in the third quarter.

The Flyers, who improved to 14-6 overall and 9-4 in the FC, led by as much as 25 in the fourth quarter when the benches were emptied.

Brandon Furlong came off the bench to score a team-high 15 points, while Nate Winslow and Alex Kashian each scored 12 points. Nick Winslow then added nine points and Jake Griffin had eight for St. Paul.

“That’s the way we’ve played all year if you look at how to guard us with the different options we have,” St. Paul coach Mike Smith said. “It’s a strength of our team.

“I thought we shared the ball really well tonight, and it’s always nice to be able to play guys a lot of minutes like we did in the fourth quarter,” he added. “Mapleton has been a bit of a tricky place to play for whatever reason, so to leave there with a 20-point win was a very good night.”

St. Paul is at Division II Perkins (11-9) on Saturday and close out the regular season next Friday at home vs. South Central (16-4, 11-2).

“You don’t need computer points like football, so these types of challenges and experiences make us better,” Smith said of facing the Pirates. “We’re five or six possessions away from four more wins. We’re having a nice year and want to finish it strong.”

St. Paul’s junior varsity team win the FC title with a 61-47 win. Jordan Shepherd led the way with 37 points for the JV Flyers (17-3, 12-1) on 16 field goals and five free throws.

ST. PAUL (14-6, 9-4)

Noah Avendano 1-0—2; Jake Griffin 2-4—8; Nick Winslow 3-0—9; Brandon Furlong 5-1—15; Justin Hammersmith 1-0—2; Nate Winslow 6-0—12; Ian Kashian 3-1—7; Alex Kashian 6-0—12. TOTALS: 27-6—67.

MAPLETON (5-15, 2-11)

Hickey 2-0—5; Shadd 2-2— 6; Scurlock 1-0—3; Ziegler 1-0—3; Pharmer 2-2—7; Slater 3-0—9; Sanders 5-2—14. TOTALS: 16-6—47.

St. Paul 15 18 20 14 — 67

Mapleton 9 12 12 14 — 47

3-point FGs: (STP) Ni. Winslow 3, Furlong 4); (M) Scurlock, Ziegler, Pharmer, Sluter 3, Sanders 2

JV: St. Paul, 61-47.

 

Plymouth 67, New London 57

PLYMOUTH — The Big Red defeated New London in FC action, avenging a road loss to the Wildcats from earlier in the season.

Plymouth, which improve to 11-9 overall and 7-6 in the FC, led 13-10 after the first quarter and 34-19 at halftime en route to the win.

Jacob Adams led the Big Red with 23 points, while Kade Collins added 15.

The Wildcats (10-10, 6-7) were led by Ashton Carruthers’ 16 points, while Karson Howell added 15.

 

NEW LONDON (10-10, 6-7)

Ben Crawshaw 2-2—8; Ashton Carruthers 8-3—16; Jacob Allen 3-3—10; Jaylin Moffit 2-0—5; Karson Howell 6-1—15. TOTALS 21-9—57.

PLYMOUTH (11-9, 7-6)

Walker Elliot 2-7—11; Jacob Adams 8-5—23; Blake Gibson 4-3—11; Brody Brown 3-0—7; Kade Collins 6-1—15. TOTALS 23-16—67.

New London 10 9 17 21 — 57

Plymouth 13 21 19 14 — 67

3-point FGs: (NL) Howell 2, Crawshaw 2, Carruthers, Allen, Moffit; (P) Adams 2, Collins 2, Brown.

 

Crestview 55, Monroeville 44

MONROEVILLE — The Cougars surprised the Eagles with an FC road win, their first of the season, on Friday at the Monroeville Athletic Complex.

The Eagles, who got 21 points from Isaac Roeder, fell to 7-13 overall and 3-10 in the FC with the loss.

CRESTVIEW (4-16, 1-12)

Greer 1-0—2; Brevin King 5-3—15; Hamilton 5-11—21; Kissel 2-2—6; Littleton 0-2—2; Kam Goon 2-2—9. TOTALS 15-20—55.

MONROEVILLE (7-13, 3-10)

Anthony Dublo 2-2—6; Cody Schaffer 2-5—9; Chayce Schaub 0-2—2; Isaac Roeder 10-1—21; Mason Tonelli 2-0—6. TOTALS 21-10—44.

Crestview 13 9 16 17 — 55

Monroeville 7 12 6 19 — 44

3-point FGs: (C) King 2, Hamilton 2, Goon; (M) Tonelli 2

 

 

Clyde 81, Bellevue 60

CLYDE — The Redmen trailed just 36-33 at halftime, but were outscored 31-12 in the third quarter of Friday’s loss at Clyde.

For the Redmen (6-13, 2-7), Caleb Marshall had 18 points, while Chase Eisenhauer added 14.

BELLEVUE (6-13, 2-7)

Garrett Vickery 1-7—9, Chase Eisenhauer 6-0—14, Caleb Marshall 7-3—18,

Gavin Sparling 3-0—7, Evan King 0-2—2, Malachi Noble 1-0—2,

Richie Stombaugh 4-0—8. TOTALS 22-12—60.

CLYDE(11-8, 6-2)

Cam Farrar 4-3—15, Brock Newsome 8-0—21, Gabe Dowling 1-0—2,

Will Dowling 7-3—17, James Dry 3-2—10, Derick Harrah 3-4—12, Jack Morrison 2-0—4. TOTALS 28-12—81.

Bellevue 11 22 12 15 — 60

Clyde 19 17 31 14 — 81

3-point FGs: (B) Eisenhauer 2, Marshall, Sparling; (C) Farrar 4, Newsome 5, Dry 2, Harrah 2

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