Tuesday's winter sports scores

   January 14, 2014 6:24 pm    6

 

Boys basketball
Region 1
Commodore Perry 75, Jamestown 33
VisionQuest 60, Rocky Grove 52
Region 2
Wilmington 68, Greenville 56
Sharpsville 41, Lakeview 39
West Middlesex 63, Reynolds 28
Region 3
Eisenhower 69, Cambridge Springs 59
Conneaut 49, Maplewood 29
Region 4
Fairview 50, Titusville 46
Mercyhurst Prep 69, Seneca 62
Union City 50, Iroquois 34
Region 5
Oil City 59, Farrell 55
Sharon 80, George Junior 64
Grove City 57, Meadville 54
Hickory 78, Slippery Rock 60
Region 6
General McLane 63, Corry 58
Girard 47, Fort LeBoeuf 18
Strong Vincent 65, Harbor Creek 46
Non-region
Erie First 63, Edgewood (Ohio) 55
Cochranton 51, Kennedy Catholic 30

Girls basketball
Region 5
Slippery Rock 42, Oil City 28
Region 6
Fort LeBoeuf 46, Corry 30
Mercyhurst Prep 59, Warren 51, 2 OT
Non-region
Youngsville 64, Tidioute Charter 11

Swimming
Region 1
Rocky Grove swept Sharon
Rocky Grove def Hickory (boys)
Hickory def Rocky Grove (girls)
Titusville swept Farrell

Wrestling
Region 1
Mercer 39, Grove City 29
Non-region
Cambridge Springs 57, West Middlesex 15

–Tom Reisenweber

 

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6 Responses to “Tuesday's winter sports scores”

  1. Zeal says:

    Fair view still number 1 in AA as you see things.

  2. Team Erie says:

    Why wouldn’t they be number 1 anymore? They did not have their pg for most of first half tonight and shot poorly but still managed to win on road.

  3. Zeal says:

    As did west middlesex in winning on the road their last two games with out Christian Porterfield yet they declined in the rankings. As well as West Middlesex being ranked above Fairview in the state poll. I agree with Tom that it all gets decided in Feb. however to think that rankings mean nothing to the student athletes and student body may be understating the issue.

    • Tom Reisenweber says:

      Like I said on Twitter when I put Fairview above WM, it’s really nothing at all against WM. I think the big question coming in this season was can Fairview handle teams that have more size. Fairview has one of the best sets of guards in D-10 and Shannon Jackson and Harold Coles proved against Mercyhurst Prep that the Tigers can handle teams with a lot of size. MP might be the biggest team in D-10 AA with 6-9 and 6-4 in the front court and sizable 2 and 3 players. WM has size as well, which could make for a great D-10 championship if it’s WM-Fairview.

      The change in ranking is really more about what Fairview has done right as opposed to anything WM did wrong.

      I also get the immediate reaction to the rankings with Fairview escaping Titusville with a win, but WM also has wins like that on its schedule. It’s never easy to win on the road, especially in region play.

  4. chaz says:

    I agree with all you say Tom. However the perception is that it was a “win like that” (against Greenville) that pushed WM down in the rankings. I enjoy the rankings and believe they provide a great opportunity to discuss and debate in a positive atmosphere the sports happenings in d-10. (I very much dislike when it turns into an agruement rather than a discussion. P.S. maybe the drop in the rankings by ETN is what motivated WM last night against Reynolds. Thanks for allowing open discussion and I know Fairview is a very very good team.

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