Division I, State Championships
Brunswick finished in third place at the boys Division I state championships at Wayne Webb’s in Columbus.
The Blue Devils lost in the semifinals by 100 pins to eventual state champion Wapakoneta, but placed two bowlers in the top 10.
Sophomore Justin Vetrovsky had a three-round total of 664 to finish in fifth place, and junior Eric Bator rolled a 660 to finish in sixth place. Sophomore Spence Brodie finished in 11th place with a three-round score of 630.
Sophomore Tommy Lowry of Green rolled a 619 to finish in 15th place individually, but the Bulldogs lost in the qualifying round and failed to make the final eight. David Mramor finished in 39th place, sophomore Jake Ewing placed 61st and senior Ryan Few tied for 64th to lead the Bulldogs.
Playing as individuals, Nordonia freshman Connor Novak finished tied for 25th place, North Canton Hoover senior Anthony Inzetta finished in 52nd place and Cuyahoga Falls senior Andrew Grunenberg took 70th place.
St. Thomas Aquinas 90, McDonald 48
Austin Hill scored 25 points, and Anthony Moeglin added 24 points for the Knights in a Struthers Division IV district final win.
The Knights jumped out to a 28-12 lead after the first quarter and led 45-25 at halftime.
Dan Piero scored 16 points, and Hill made six 3-pointers for the Knights.
Canton Cent. Catholic 60, Lisbon David Anderson 44
Junior Christian Creamer scored 12 points to lead the Crusaders (15-10) to a Salem Division III district final win over the Blue Devils (21-5). Senior Spencer Rowlands and junior Josh Schott each scored 10 points for the Crusaders.
The Crusaders will play Villa Angela-St. Joesph in a regional semifinal on Thursday at the Canton Memorial Field House.