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CANFIELD- The Canfield lady Cardinals and the Boardman Spartans met for the first time in 2021 on Wednesday night at Canfield High School.

The Canfield Cardinals controlled the majority of the basketball game against Boardman. The Cardinals held a 29-21 lead into the halftime. In the second half, the Cardinals defense was stout, and the offense out scored Boardman 25-12, and gave Canfield a 54-33 victory.

Boardman was led by Reagan Burkey, who had 10 points for the Spartans. Behind Burkey was Emma Mills who contributed 8 points and battled underneath all day for Boardman.

Alyssa Dill had an incredible night for the Cardinals, scoring 24 points, with 18 out of the 24 points coming in the first half. Gianna DeLucia was behind Dill, with 9 points.

Canfield improves to 5-5 on the year, and will play at Warren Harding on Saturday night. Boardman drops the contest, and is scheduled to play at Poland Saturday night.

*Contributed by YSN’s Richie Juliano


CANFIELD OH- A 22 point 3rd quarter helped the Canfield Cardinals take down the Fitch Falcons 54-28 in girls hoops action Wednesday night.

Marissa Ieraci led the charge for Canfield with 15 points. Alyssa Dill dropped in 12 points and Gianna DeLucia added 10 points for the Cardinals.

Zayda Creque and Jocelyn Jourdan both had 9 points for Fitch.

*Contributed by YSN’s Gary Leininger


CANFIELD- The Salem Quakers took a non-conference visit to Canfield on Saturday night. Salem lit it up from 3, and continued their dominant 2020 campaign.

The Quakers and Cardinals went back and forth in the first half, as both teams went to the locker room at halftime, with Salem leading 25-24.

Salem came out of the halftime shooting the lights out, as Casey Johnson had 10 points in the third quarter, and pushed the Quakers to a 40-37 lead at the end of 3 quarters. In the fourth quarter, Salem pulled away on an 18-8 run, and beat Canfield by a final score of 58-45. The Quakers made 10 three pointers throughout the entirety of the ballgame, and improved to 4-1 on the season. Canfield is now 1-4, and will host Cardinal Mooney on Tuesday at 7 P.M.

Casey Johnson led the way for the Quakers, scoring 22 points, with 6 three pointers. Canfield was led by Alyssa Dill, who had 17 points for the Cardinals.

*Contributed by YSN’s Richie Juliano