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The South Range Lady Raiders advanced to the district semifinals Saturday afternoon with a 58-22 win over Rootstown.

The 10 seed Rootstown Rovers fresh off an upset victory over East Palestine came into the game with energy. Going toe to toe with the Raiders. The two teams traded buckets back and forth and were tied at 6-6. Bree Kohler who did much of the damage for the Raiders on both sides of the ball was able to spark a 7-1 run to end the first frame and give the Raiders a 13-7 lead.

As the game went on it was clear the Raiders were the better team. The defense gathered 22 steals 7 of them by Kohler. Bro Modic also had a hand in the Raiders domination going 3 of 5 from beyond the arc and also being an aggressive driver. The Raiders outscored the Rovers 47-15 from the 2nd quarter on. They would go on to win 58-22 and advance to the next round.

Bree Kohler led the way for the Raiders with 16 points 7 steals and 4 assists. Bri Modic was also in double figures with 13 points. Izzy Lamparty had 13 points 6 rebounds. The Raiders move on to play Southeast at Struthers High School  on Wednesday, February 27 at 7:45


In South Range, there’s a school-record board as you pass by the gymnasium.  It has some of the most legendary student-athletes of the school’s fifty-year history represented.  Somewhere on that boar,d you’ll find a junior sniper on the girl’s basketball team that last year broke the number of three-pointers in a game, as well as the number of three’s drained in a single season, and this year…well, Bri Modic is on pace to break the all-time mark for three-pointers in a career while in the Burgundy and Gold.

This year is much different for the Lady Raiders, new leaders, another year older, another year wiser.  However, for Modic, the goal remains the same.  Get on the court.  Get open.  Get buckets.

YSN’s Anthony Hartwig sits down with Bri Modic for our first South Range Player Profile of the season- BRI FOR THREE.

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HOWLAND, OH- The South Range Girls Basketball team opened up the season with some unfamiliarity Friday night at Howland vs Cleveland Shaw as part of the Toni Ross Tournament.  

2 new additions to the starting lineup walked on the floor, one a senior Marlaina Slabach and one a freshman Lexi Giles. On top of new faces head coach Tony Matisi was unable to be on the sidelines serving a 2 game suspension for his ejection out of the 2018 regional semifinal last season. Through the adversity, the Lady Raiders stood tall and earned a trip to the tournament championship with a 62-46 win over Cleveland Shaw.

In the 1st quarter, the Raiders scored right out of the gate as Marlaina Slabach buried a three in their offensive possession. The rest of the quarter, however, was lethargic for the Raiders offense. Not for a lack of execution the Raiders got to the free throw line 11 times in the frame but only put in 3 shots. They trailed after 1 9-8.

In the 2nd quarter, Izzy Lamparty took control. Scoring 8 points in a row and opening the Raiders offensive attack. Lamparty’s ability to score inside made room for Bri Modic and Marlaina Slabach to put in a couple of threes. The Raiders outscored the Cardinals 21-7 in the frame to take a 29-16 lead into halftime.

The Raiders kept rolling in the 3rd quarter as Bree Kohler turned quick hands on defense into easy buckets on offense. The Cardinals stayed in the game with some exceptional perimeter shooting from their guards but the Raiders were able to maintain a 46-36 lead after 3.

The perimeter shooting that kept the Cardinals close in the 3rd was non-existent in the final frame. The Raider offense kept on the attack and pulled away with a 62-46 victory.

Izzy Lamparty who missed all of the volleyball season with an injury came back on the court with a vengeance. She dropped a career-high 30 points and also snagged 14 rebounds and 5 steals.  Bree Kohler also had a strong outing scoring 17 points 4 rebound and 4 steals. The Lady Raiders will play Howland Saturday night at 7:30 for the tournament championship.