Canton McKinley, basketball
Bell, a junior, continues to be a standout for the Bulldogs (5-0). She recorded a triple-double of 44 points, 13 rebounds and 12 steals in an 85-37 victory over Perry. The 44 points is a single-game school record and the 12 steals matches a single-game school record. She entered the week averaging 36.2 points and 10.0 rebounds per game.
Bobey, a senior, led the Bees (3-2) to Greater Cleveland Conference victories over Mentor and Euclid. She tallied 11 points and nine rebounds at Mentor and then scored a career-high 23 points (11-of-15 from the field) and grabbed nine rebounds at Euclid.
Johnson, a senior, played a key role for the Wildcats in wins over Lake Center Christian (49-38) and Crestwood (53-37). She had 19 points, six rebounds, three assists and three steals against LCC and totaled 25 points, six rebounds, four steals and three assists against Crestwood.
Lydic, a senior, led the Bulldogs (3-0) to wins over Revere at the Joe Siegferth Basketball Classic at Firestone, and over Ravenna and Northwestern at the K. Jack Greynolds Classic at Barberton. He had 22 points, six rebounds and two assists against Revere; 23 points, three steals and two assists versus Ravenna; and 34 points, eight rebounds and four steals against Northwestern.
Moore, a sophomore, rolled a 610 series at the North Panther Tournament at Charger Lanes in Norton to earn a spot on the All-Tournament team and help the Blue Devils finish second in the team standings. She also rolled a 664 series at the Nordonia Knight Tournament at North Woods Lanes in Macedonia to earn the high series award and lead Tallmadge to the team title.
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High School Spotlight: Dec. 14