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Hopewell races past Ellwood
Hopewell (67) Vs. Ellwood City (33)
Jan 28, 2011
A massive run in the first quarter ended Ellwood City Lincoln’s chance at a Section 2-AAA victory against Hopewell.

The Lady Vikings (5-4, 9-7) raced to a 22-2 lead and never looked back against the Lady Wolverines, who were without leading scorer Michelle Nocera because of an illness.

“Hopewell put on a clinic as far as running the court and boxing out,” Ellwood City coach Bill Gottuso said. “They had us shut down pretty good. Every basket we did make, we earned. There weren’t any fast breaks or easy layups.”

Angela McCowin corralled a team-high 15 rebounds and six blocks to go along with six points for the Lady Wolverines (1-8, 8-11). Nicole Nocera, Michelle’s sister, led Ellwood City with eight points.

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough paced Hopewell with 25 points.

Nightly Roundup
Game Scoreboard
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT SCORE
Hopewell 24 17 12 14 0 67
Ellwood City 6 9 7 11 0 33
Box Scores
HOPEWELL (67)
Jharrin Gill 3 3-4 9
Shaniya Rivers 2 0-1 4
Paige Levinger 2 0-0 4
Cassidy Rizzo 0 0-0 0
Madalena Rowan 5 0-0 10
Raquel Farris 1 2-2 5
Kady Becker 3 0-0 6
Alaina Altieri 1 0-0 2
Shatori Walker-Kimbrough 9 7-9 25
Desirae Ritmiller 1 0-0 2.
Totals: 27 12-16 67.

ELLWOOD CITY (33)
Jenna Ricciuti 1 1-2 3
Nicole Nocera 4 0-0 8
Angela McCowin 3 0-0 6
Kara Sainato 1 0-0 3
Asia Borders 1 2-4 4
Isabella Williams 0 0-0 0
Mikaela Wadding 0 2-2 2
Allison Marshall 1 0-0 3
Cristina Perrotta 0 0-0 0
Francesca Nardone 2 0-0 4.
Totals: 13 5-8 33.

HOPEWELL 24 17 12 14 — 67
ELLWOOD CITY 6 9 7 11 — 33
3-point goals — Hopewell 1 (Farris 1), Ellwood City 2 (Sainato 1, Marshall 1).
JV score: Hopewell 39, Ellwood City 25. High scorer: EC — Nardone 7.


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