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ORWELL OHIO – In what was a thrilling season for the Badger Braves, it came to an end Friday night against the sharp shooting Cornerstone Christian Patriots. Keeping themselves within arms reach through the first two quarters, Badger found themselves down 10 points at halftime. Coming out of the half, the shooters of Cornerstone Christian broke free.

The dangerous one from three point range, Quinn Kwasniak, exploded in the third quarter and finished the game with 34 points. Teammates DJ Niles and Carter Armstrong each finished with 14 points. Badger’s Duncan Moy led the team with 25 points as he tried to keep his team afloat in the second half.

Cornerstone Christian will now advance to play the undefeated, 25-0 Richmond Heights Spartans at Canton Memorial Fieldhouse on Tuesday night. Tip-off is at 8 p.m.

*Contributed By YSN’s Michael Wolfgang


NEW MIDDLETOWN OH- One of the most difficult things to do after winning a title is defending it. On Saturday night, Springfield girls basketball won their second consecutive district championship after kicking off Cornerstone Christian in blow out fashion 43-21.

Jameka Brungard had a big impact in this game, scoring 14 points with running mate Jacey Mullin producing nine points. After taking a 20-10 lead into the locker room at the half, Springfield used a 10 point third quarter to create some more breathing room. That was all they needed as they had a 30-14 lead to start the fourth quarter where they scored 13 points as a team.

Springfield will now hope for a repeat performance against Dalton in the regional semifinal Thursday night at Perry High School. The action begins with a 6 p.m. tipoff.

*Contributed By YSN’s Michael Wolfgang


ATWATER OH- The Vikings hosted Cornerstone Christian on Tuesday night in the OHSAA Akron 1 sectional final. They came out and won their first sectional title in a decade as they were victorious by a score of 10-0.

Leading the Vikes were Kaira English with six goals and Rose Couts with four goals. Rose Couts had two assists, Kaira English had one, and Sydney Jackson had 2. Grace Yarian led the Vikings with six saves, and Sophia Wood had 1. The team started fast on a cold rainy night and played a team game with everyone sharing the ball and contributing to the Sectional Championship win.

The Vikings are next in action Monday in the District Semifinals, which they host at 6 pm. Come on out and support the team as they try to advance to the District Finals.

*Contributed by William Jackson at waterlooathletics.org