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CLIPPERS EARN A SHARE OF THE LEAGUE IN THE SEASON FINALE

COLUMBIANA OH- In a pivotal matchup on Friday night, Columbiana seized their chance to claim a share of the EOAC championship, exacting revenge on Lisbon with a convincing 51-39 victory. Led by a balanced scoring effort, Columbiana showcased their depth and determination on the court.

Seth Struharik led the charge for Columbiana, pouring in 14 points, while Devin Daugherty added 11 points of his own, and Maddox Brown contributed 10 points to the winning cause. Ian Less chipped in with 8 points, rounding out a formidable offensive performance for Columbiana.

On the Lisbon side, Hunter Dailey and Tate Wallen each tallied 11 points, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Columbiana’s tenacious defense and efficient scoring.

With the win, Columbiana finishes their regular season with an impressive 17-5 record, securing a share of the EOAC title. Now, their focus shifts to the upcoming tournament, where they will host Chagrin Falls on Tuesday in what promises to be an exciting postseason opener.

Meanwhile, Lisbon, with an 18-4 record, also looks ahead to tournament play. They will host Cornerstone Christian on Tuesday, aiming to make a statement as they pursue postseason success.

 

BLUE DEVILS STILL GOING STRONG

LISBON OH- In a highly anticipated matchup, Lisbon delivered a stellar performance on their home court, securing a convincing 63-43 victory over Oak Glen. From start to finish, the Greyhounds displayed poise and determination, outmatching their opponents in a dominant display of basketball prowess.

Leading the charge for Lisbon was Trevor Siefke, who showcased his scoring prowess with an impressive 22 points. Hunter Dailey contributed 12 points to bolster the Greyhounds’ offensive attack, while Luke Kraft, Alex Schreffler, and Tate Wallen each added 9, 6, and 6 points respectively, further solidifying Lisbon’s offensive firepower.

Despite Oak Glen’s efforts, Lisbon’s relentless offensive pressure and stifling defense proved too much to handle.

With this win, Lisbon improved their season record to an impressive 17-3, setting the stage for another exciting home game on Friday against the Academy of Urban Scholars. The victory not only extends Lisbon’s winning streak but also underscores their status as a formidable contender in the realm of high school basketball.

LUSBON KEEPING THE EOAC ON LOCKDOWN

WELLSVILLE OH- Maintaining their flawless record in EOAC play, Lisbon delivered a commanding performance on Friday, dominating Wellsville on the road with a decisive 65-29 victory. Trevor Siefke led the scoring charge with an impressive 32 points, complemented by Hunter Dailey contributing 17 points and Alex Schreffler adding 9 points to the total.

On the opposing side, Wellsville’s Richie Dowling tallied 9 points, while Tyrell Watkins added 8 points, but it wasn’t enough to stem Lisbon’s dominant display.

With this win, Lisbon remains undefeated in EOAC with a 15-2 record. Their next challenge takes them outside the conference as they face Heartland Christian on the road next Tuesday.

LISBON NOT GOING ANYWHERE

LISBON OH- In a resounding display of dominance on Tuesday night, Lisbon extended their undefeated streak in the EOAC, overpowering Southern with an emphatic 78-24 victory. The Blue Devils showcased their offensive prowess and defensive prowess, leaving no room for Southern to stage a comeback.

Trevor Siefke led the scoring onslaught for Lisbon, delivering an outstanding 24-point performance. Alex Schreffler contributed 17 points, while Luke Kraft added 12 points to the offensive showcase. Hunter Dailey and Tate Wallen rounded out the balanced effort with 10 and 9 points, respectively.

Southern, facing a relentless Lisbon squad, battled valiantly with Noah Chase and Wyatt Chase leading their offensive efforts with 7 points each.

With this convincing win, Lisbon (14-2) continues to assert their dominance in the EOAC. The Blue Devils will hit the road on Friday, facing Wellsville in their upcoming matchup. On the other side, Southern (1-14) aims to bounce back on Friday, hosting Valley Christian in hopes of turning the tide.

LISBON CONTINUES THEIR EOAC RAMPAGE

LEETONIA OH- Continuing their impressive form, Lisbon showcased dominance on Friday night by dispatching Leetonia with a resounding 61-18 victory.

Lisbon’s scoring leaders were led by Alex Shreffler with an outstanding 18 points, followed closely by Trevor Siefke contributing 16, and Hunter Dailey adding 13. Luke Kraft rounded out the balanced scoring effort with 9 points.

On the Leetonia side, Dylan Johns led the scoring with 7 points, while Carson Brock added 5.

With a 13-2 record, Lisbon looks ahead to their next challenge as they host Southern on Tuesday. Leetonia (3-16) will be on the road, aiming to bounce back with a matchup against Valley Christian. Lisbon’s dominant performance underscores their strength as they navigate through the season.

LISBON STAYS PERFECT IN THE CONFERENCE FOR HUCKSHOLD’S 200TH WIN

Lisbon continued their impressive season with a 51-37 victory over Valley Christian, securing their second win over the Eagles this season and maintaining an undefeated record in the EOAC. The win also marked a milestone for Lisbon head coach Chris Huckshold, reaching his 200th career victory.

Lisbon’s offensive charge was led by Trevor Siefke, who delivered an outstanding performance with 26 points. Tate Wallen and Hunter Dailey also contributed to the scoring effort, adding 9 and 7 points, respectively.

Valley Christian fought hard, with Alex Green leading their scoring efforts with 11 points. Alfred Coward and Deion Miller added 10 and 8 points, respectively.

Lisbon (12-2) looks to continue their success on Friday against Leetonia, while Valley Christian (7-6) hits the road to face Columbiana on the same night.

BLUE DEVILS TOO HOT FOR VALLEY CHRISTIAN TO HANDLE

LISBON OH- In a decisive matchup on Monday night, Lisbon proved to be more than Valley Christian could handle, steamrolling to a commanding 32-12 victory.

Morgan Lively led Lisbon’s offensive charge with an impressive 17 points. Lylah Brown contributed 2 points, showcasing exceptional performance with 18 rebounds and 5 steals.

Valley Christian’s offensive efforts were led by Foyhan Levy, who contributed 6 points.

Lisbon (4-11) will take their momentum on the road, traveling to face Leetonia on Thursday. Meanwhile, Valley Christian (1-14) is set to play against Columbiana on Thursday, aiming for a positive turn of fortunes in their upcoming matchup.

BLUE DEVILS DON’T GIVE UP ANY GROUND

EAST PALESTINE OH- In an impressive display on Friday night, Lisbon maintained their unbeaten streak in the EOAC, overpowering East Palestine with a final score of 82-54.

Key contributors for Lisbon included Trevor Siefke, leading the scoring with 27 points, followed by Hunter Dailey with 16 points and Alex Schreffler contributing 15 points. Luke Kraft and Tate Wallen added to the well-rounded performance with 11 and 10 points, respectively. East Palestine’s efforts were led by RJ May with 19 points, and Owen Jurjavcic and Drew Bycroft contributing 11 and 8 points.

With an 11-2 record, Lisbon looks ahead to their next challenge on Friday against Columbiana. East Palestine, standing at 3-8, is set to play against the Academy of Urban Scholars on Tuesday.

LADY BULLDOGS OPENING THE PRESENT IN WIN

EAST PALESTINE, OH- There are many that look at the 2024 East Palestine Girls Basketball roster and wonder what the future will look like, and the  exciting potential it has in Bulldog Country.  Then there’s the actual roster this season that realizes that there is no time like the present to put potential on full display.  That was apparent on Thursday night in EP as the Lady Bulldogs showcased a true team victory to the tune of 38-29 over EOAC rival, Lisbon.

Senior Leila Martin helped EP shake off a slow start by leading all scorers with 17 points, and hustled on both sides of the floor.  Freshman Alivia Magness was a bright light for the Bulldogs as well, and she tallied seven points in victory.  Senior Gabby Andre had a pair of three-pointers that dazzled all in attendance as well, while freshman Marley Blythe chipped in 4 points in a great effort.

Lisbon was led by Layla Brown who was all over the floor and contributed 12 points on the evening. Morgan Lively was contested by double-teams throughout the night but was still able to post 9 points, while Alyssa Wells and Brooklyn Cousins were held to 3 points apiece.

The Lady Bulldogs improve to 5-7 overall and 3-4 in the conference, while Lisbon drops to 3-9 and 2-6 in the EOAC.

LISBON STILL IN FRONT OF THE EOAC

LISBON OH- Maintaining their unblemished record in the EOAC, Lisbon secured a hard-fought 47-39 victory over United on Tuesday night.

Trevor Siefke led the Lisbon charge with 14 points, supported by Hunter Dailey with 9 points and Luke Kraft with 6 points.

United, though facing a tough challenge, showcased strong individual performances, with Trent Ellyson scoring a game-high 17 points and Luke Courtney contributing 13 points. Beau Eichler added 5 points to the effort.

With this win, Lisbon extends their impressive record to 9-2, remaining undefeated in the conference. They now set their sights on the quest for a conference title as they travel to East Palestine on Friday. United, standing at 4-5, will return home to host Valley Christian in their upcoming Friday matchup, aiming to bounce back from the defeat.