November 25, 2014

Medina
Mostly cloudy
35°F

Girls basketball: Blue Devils’ Paige Salisbury sizzles vs. Bulldogs

BRUNSWICK — Paige Salisbury had 13 points and career highs of seven assists and four blocks Saturday as Brunswick’s girls basketball team crushed Garfield Heights 64-36 in Northeast Ohio Conference cross-division action.

Paige Salisbury

Center Gabrielle Bulic added 16 points, 10 rebounds and seven blocks for the Blue Devils (9-5), who also received 13 points from small forward Bri Moss and 10 points and seven boards from power forward Monica Wasson.

Melissa Movens added her first varsity points for Brunswick, which has won five straight games.

In other games:

Wadsworth 55, Revere 47

WADSWORTH — Senior center Taylore Robinson had 14 points, six steals, four rebounds and three blocks as the Grizzlies (12-1, 7-0) survived a scare from the up-and-coming Minutemen (7-6, 4-3) to extend their Suburban League winning streak to 40 games. Rachel Goddard (14 points) and McKenzie O’Brien (10) also hit double figures for Wadsworth, which led just 23-22 at halftime. Freshmen Camryn Brown (game-high 20 points) and Caitlin Vari (15) led Revere, whose ninth-graders scored 39 points.

Highland 61, Copley 38

COPLEY TWP. — Freshman Marlee Profitt netted a career-high 11 points and junior Anna Rose Wiencek added 10 as the Hornets (8-5, 4-3) manhandled the Indians (5-7, 1-6) in this SL matchup. Jessica Peterlin (9 points), Sam Catron (8) and Mallory Adams (8, 5 rebounds) also contributed for Highland, which led 31-18 at halftime.

Tallmadge 46, Cloverleaf 35

TALLMADGE — Hallie Allen scored a season-high 18 points as the Blue Devils (9-3, 5-2) pulled away from the pesky Colts (5-8, 2-5) in this SL game after trailing 21-20 at halftime. Lexi Civittolo had 10 points for Cloverleaf, which also received six points and nine rebounds from Kendall Yuhas and five points and three assists from Jessie Lindemeyer. Hannah Huff had 11 points as the Colts’ junior varsity won 33-17.

Fairview 55, Black River 20

FAIRVIEW PARK — Patriot Athletic Conference leading scorer Katie Smith had 13 points as the Warriors (11-3, 6-3) had little problem with the Pirates (2-10,
1-7) in this PAC cross-division game. Savanna Slone led Black River with nine points.