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January 14, 2014

Devils roll past Big Reds

WEST MIDDLESEX — Cambridge Springs won the first six bouts on its way to a dominating 57-15 win over West Middlesex on Tuesday in non-region wrestling action.

The Blue Devils won a total of 10 bouts on the night, including six by fall.

Zach Krein (152 pounds), Deven Simpson (170), Zach Stafford (195), Ryan East (220), Jake Kuhn (106) and David Schwab (126) all recorded pins for Cambridge Springs. Colton Noble scored a 6-3 decision over Eric Lucich at 182 pounds for the Spa.

Boys Basketball



Eagles top Tigers


CONNEAUT — Henry Litwin struck for a double-double to lead Conneaut to a 49-29 win over Maplewood in Region 3 boys basketball action on Tuesday.

Litwin finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds to pace the Eagles (3-8, 2-2 Region 3). Tom Detelich added eight points, eight rebounds and eight blocked shots. Chris Richardson chipped in with six rebounds, while Danny Holcomb added four steals.

Dustin Delo tallied 10 markers to lead the Tigers (1-11, 1-4).

Knights rally past Spa

RUSSELL — Cambridge Springs led by one at the half, but was outscored 14-6 in the third quarter as Eisenhower pulled away for a 69-59 win in a key Region 3 boys basketball game on Tuesday.

Austin Porter led the Blue Devils with 20 points. Jarred Ferris added 15 points and Gavin Hohn tallied 10 points.

Cambridge Springs fell to 4-8 overall and 4-2 in Region 3, while Eisenhower improved to 8-3 overall and 4-1 in the region.

Panthers roll past Muskies

HADLEY — Tyler McCracken, Cody Beachy and Paul Jewell all scored in double figures to lead Commodore Perry to a 75-33 win over Jamestown on Tuesday in Region 1 boys basketball action.

McCracken led the Panthers (6-5, 1-0 Region 1) with 16 points. Beachy added 12 points and Jewell tallied 10 points.

Jamestown’s Cameron Stacy led all scorers with 17 points in the loss.

Hockey



Bulldogs net shutout


JAMESTOWN, N.Y. — Meadville improved to 4-0-1 in the Lakeshore Hockey League on Tuesday with its 5-0 win over Jamestown (N.Y.).

Bryan Ray scored a pair of goals for the Bulldogs (5-8-1 overall), while Josh Orr, Steve Shafer and Tim Crow scored a goal each.

Sam Kineston earned the shutout in goal with 24 saves.

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