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CANFIELD OH- South Range was Down two starters on Saturday afternoon in their conference match up with Girard. Izzy Lamparty accepted the extra work and had her best game of the season as the Raiders rolled to a 66-36 win over the Indians

Lamparty approached her career high as she put up 35 points on the day to lead the Raiders. Hannah Crouse has a strong day off the bench getting into double figures with 10 points.

Mia Malito led the Indians with 11 points.

South Range now awaits Poland at home on Monday. Winner takes a hold of the top of the NE8. Girard will stay on the road as they travel to Newton Falls on Monday.


CANFIELD OH- South Range faces off with their second division 1 team in as many nights on Tuesday as they ended the Holiday Hoops Classic by dropping a tight contest to Nordonia 45-40. The Knights went on a 7-0 run late in the fourth while the game was tied 35-35 to seal away the lead.

Gabby Lamparty, and Lexi Giles both led South Range with 11 a piece. Izzy Lamparty was also in double figures with 10. Gabby added 6 rebounds to her 11 points.

The Raiders now look ahead to continue NE8 play on Monday as the host reigning champion Poland.


CANFIELD OH- A great first day of the Holiday Hoops Classic hosted by South Range was capped off on Monday night as the host Raiders blew by Boardman 72-36.

It was a slow start, as the Raiders saw themselves tied at 15-15 in the second quarter. But they soon went on a big run that would propel them to a big margin of victory.

Izzy Lamparty led all scorers with 26 points. There were 2 other Raiders in double figures. Lexi Giles finished with 13, and Gabby Lamparty clocked in 10.

The Raiders are back in action tomorrow as they will play Nordonia at 5:00 in Day 2 of the Holiday Hoops Classic. Boardman will also be playing on Day 2, they’ll face off with Hoban at 3:00.


CANFIELD OH- Last season, Mooney beat South Range By 10 points, and it was a turning point to their year. The Raiders still used that loss as a rallying tool, as they had no problems with Mooney this time around with a 70-26 win. The Raiders got the victory on senior night where the honored Izzy Lamparty, Bree Kohler, Sophia Lowry, and student manager Macy Slabach.

Lamparty led the Raiders with a double double. She finished with 26 points, and 15 rebounds. Gabby Lamparty and Lexi Giles both finished in double figures with 13. Bree Kohler has 8 points, and 5 steals.

The Raiders can look ahead to their holiday hoops event on Monday where they will play Boardman at 5:00. Mooney is scheduled to travel to Valley Christian on Wednesday.


CANFIELD OH- South Range did not shy away from a big challenge on Saturday as they welcomed in Division 1 powerhouse Akron Hoban. It was a battle to the end with the Knights outlasting the Raiders in an overtime thriller 92-83.

The Raiders grabbed a lead out of the gates, but it was clear from the tip that the game was going to be high tempo and high scoring. Both teams used their athleticism to trade transition buckets. After one quarter of play Hoban led 21-16.

In the second frame with a couple of players in foul trouble, it was the Raiders bench that came in and kept the pace for their offense. Emma Cunningham, and Hannah Crouse Player well in the quarter to keep it close. Crouse got a bucket at the end of the half to bring the Raiders within 3 at the break 40-37.

The Raiders opened the second half on a 8-0 run. Like most of the night though, moderate leads went away fast. Before a blink of an eye Hoban took a lead back and led 63-59 after 3. Izzy Lamparty had a great third quarter scoring 13 points in the frame with 5 rebounds.

The final frame was the lowest scoring quarter of the game, as the Raiders held Hoban to 13 points. With a break out layup by Izzy Lamparty the Raiders took a 76-74 lead with around 26 seconds left. Hoban’s Abby Stephens who didn’t score much in the game went to the free throw line and tied the game at 76 with 12 seconds left. Bree Kohler drove straight down the court but couldn’t finish a game winning shot, the Knights brought down the rebound and had 4 seconds to get down the floor. They very nearly did, but Hoban couldn’t get a shot off and the teams headed to overtime tied at 76.

The Knights outlasted a tired Raiders team in overtime, outscoring then 16-7 to win 92-83. The combined score of 175 points is the highest scoring game in South Range Girls Basketball history. The previous record was 147 in a 75-72 South Range win over Jackson Milton on February 8th, 2000.

For the Knights, they had an unbelievable performance from junior Lanae Riley who dropped 47 points in the game.

South Range was led by Izzy Lamparty who finished with 28 points. 21 of her points came in the second half. Lexi Giles had a strong night right behind her with 26. Bree Kohler was also in double figures with 10 points.



After a nice second half turnaround against Crestview by a score of 46-39, the lady Irish were looking to move to 2-0 on the year, but would have to get past a tough South Range team led by Izzy Lamparty.  These two teams met last year with the Raiders winning 50-39, but were hungry for revenge.


The game was back and forth through four quarters of tough physical play and was tied going in the fourth at 44 during one point in the game.  Even when Izzy Lamparty was fouled out, the raiders did not give up as Bree Kohler and Gabby Lamparty got important points in the closing minutes.  Anisah Moorman and Alayna Smith played good down the paint and behind the arc for the Irish, and Rachel Fabry made some threes. In the end however, the Raiders would come away with the 52-48 victory.  


Rachel Fabry finished with nine points with three made three pointers.  Both Cara McNally and Alayna Smith combined for 16 points, Freshman Lily Scott with five and Anisah Moorman with 16, scoring six points inside the paint, a three pointer, and a made free throw.  


For South Range, Izzy Lamparty had 12 points going two for two on free throws, and fouled out.  Gabby Lamparty had 10 points, Bree Kohler finished with 12, Hannah Crouse with four, Mallory Vidman with two, Lexi Giles who had a big night on turnovers while scoring 10 points, and Hannah Heikkinen with two.  

*Contributed By YSN’s Ian O’Brien


CANFIELD – The South Range Lady Raiders hosted the Struthers Lady Wildcats on
Monday night where the Raiders were able to advance to 2-1 on the season with a
dominant win, 60-33. Both teams started out fast, with a quick pace. That quick pace
would start to produce turnovers by both clubs. In the 2nd quarter, the Raiders were
able to take control, and keep control all through the 2nd half.  The Raiders never
looked back and got an early victory in the season over the Wildcats.
For the Raiders, Izzy Lamparty, once again led the team in points with 19 on the night.
Behind her was Lexi Giles who added 15 points with three excellent 3s on the night for
her. Gabby Lamparty, just like her sister, had another great night with 13 points. For the
Wildcats, it was a tough night to get anything to fall as Emma Elia was held to 10 points
after coming off a 35 point game. Behind her was Emma Morris who put up 7, and Ella
Croyle with 6 on the night.
The Wildcats will be home next, on December 14th to host Louisville. The
Raiders will head to Ursuline to take on the Fighting Irish, on December 10th.
*Contributed by YSN’s Brennan Miller


SALEM OH- South Range came in to Thursday’s game at Salem fresh and ready for a battle. They had not played since Saturday when they lost to division 2 power house Laurel. Salem on the other end was coming off an already busy week. They beat United on Monday, and fought to the end to take home a close win over Poland on Wednesday. The Raiders used their freshness to jump out in front of Salem early and never look back. The Raiders had to deal with a scrappy Salem team in the second half, but it wasn’t enough. The Raiders won 69-54.

The Raiders offense got off to a great start, scoring 43 first half points and leading by 18 at the break. Izzy Lamparty has 16 first half points propelling the Raiders offense.

The game was much more even in the second half, as Salem tightened up on defense and held South Range to 10 third quarter points. The Quakers needed a bit more offense to close the gap though, they only scored 14 points in the frame.

The Raiders finished well scoring 16 fourth quarter points and not giving the Quakers any room to mount a comeback.

Izzy Lamparty led the Raiders with 27 points. Gabby Lamparty added 15. The Lamparty sisters were both on their A-game. Lexi Giles was also in double figures with 13 points.

Kyla Jamison put together 19 points to lead the Quakers offense. Abbie Davidson added a strong 13 point performance. Abby Perry was also in double figures with 10.

The Raiders look ahead to their home opener on Monday as they host Struthers.

Salem will travel to Minerva on Wednesday.


SHAKER HEIGHTS OH- They day the best teams challenge themselves. The South Range Raiders couldn’t have found a much bigger challenge than traveling over an hour to Shaker Heights to play one of the top division 2 teams in the state in the Laurel Gators. The Raiders fought hard, but eventually were outlasted by the Gators 71-52.

The Raiders found themselves down early. They trailed by as much as 13 in the first quarter. They battled back though in the second quarter. They cut the lead to five as the second quarter went on. Laurel managed to stop the run for the moment and lead 29-22 at the half. But the Raiders had momentum.

The Raiders stormed out of the gates in the third. They went on a 7-0 run and tied the game up at 29-29. Then a little later, Lexi Giles made a great pass to Gabby Lamparty, and Lamparty finished to give the Raiders their first lead of the game. With a 38-36 lead, the Raiders gave up some easy buckets to give Laurel control back, and the Gators would not give it up. They dominated the rest of the way and eventually won 71-52.

Izzy Lamparty led the Raiders with 19 points. Gabby Lamparty added 13 in a great effort. Giles was also in double figures with 10.

The Raiders will look ahead and travel to Salem on Thursday.


CANFIELD OH- South Range found themselves hosting an old foe on Thursday as they played United with a sectional title on the line. With one win separating the two team’s records it promised to be a tight competitive match. It definitely lived up to the hype as the Raiders came out on top in a  close four set victory (23-25 28-26 25-9 25-21).

The first two sets of the night were decided by two points. They traded blows back and forth as Tori Tschappatt and Izzy Lamparty both were able to find rhythm for their respective sides. United came out on top of set 1 25-23, while the Raiders finally ended a long set 2 28-26.

The third set is when things turned, and dramatically. The Raiders turned up the aggressiveness from the serve line and gave the Eagles fits. Julia Blasko served for 11 points in a row as the Raiders rolled through set 3 25-9.

Credit to the Eagles for bringing back their toughness in set 4, it would have been easy to pack it in. That’s not what United is about. They fought like crazy to stay in set 4. Lamparty and Ally Sauerwein both proved to be too much for the Eagles to handle out of the middle. The Raiders pulled out the 25-21 win to seal the match.

Lamparty has a tremendous night with 19 kills and 5 blocks. Ally Sauerwein finished with 8 blocks. Julia Blasko served well for the Raiders finishing with 5 aces. Reagan Irons led the defense with 23 digs. Sarah Kuhns ran the offense and set up 14 assists.

Tschappatt led the Eagles with 11 kills on the night. Senior Brooke Smith went out on a high note leading the team with 15 digs. Haley Dees finished with a match high 28 assists.

The Raiders advance to the district semifinals where they will travel to Cardinal the second seed in the bracket. That match will start at 6:00