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Ellwood City (48) Vs. Mohawk (36)
Jan 29, 2011
A change in its defensive scheme worked well for the Ellwood City Lincoln High boys basketball team last night.

The Wolverines went on a 13-2 run in the third quarter to take a commanding 16-point lead into the fourth and roll to a 48-36 WPIAL Section 2-AA win over Mohawk. Ellwood City coach Al Campman said Mohawk guard Tim Glass was driving to the hoop with ease, so he decided to get out of a man-to-man defense.

“We went to a zone,” Campman said. “Glass was getting to the basket off the dribble, and (the zone) slowed him down a bit.”

Gino Ceriani hit two 3-pointers for Ellwood City (5-4 section, 8-8 overall), which had lost four of its last five, during the run. He finished with eight points. Brandon Lucarelli led the Wolverines with 12 points.

Glass scored a team-high 12 for the Warriors (1-7, 4-12).
Nightly Roundup
Game Scoreboard
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT SCORE
Ellwood City 10 15 13 10 0 48
Mohawk 11 11 2 12 0 36
Box Scores
MOHAWK (36)
Tim Glass 6 1-2 12
Vince Menichino 1 0-2 2
Michael Anthony 3 0-0 7
Nick Fazioli 1 0-0 2
Jim Gerazounis 2 0-0 5
Nick Mastrangelo 1 0-0 2
Lucas Grim 1 0-0 2
Totals: 16 1-4 36

ELLWOOD CITY (48)
Ryan Horgan 1 1-4 3
Gino Ceriani 3 0-0 8
Devon Siegfried 2 3-4 7
Jesse Valentino 0 0-2 0
Matt Morella 3 0-0 6
Jared Vetica 1 2-2 5
Matt Germanoski 0 1-2 1
Marcus McCowin 1 2-2 4
Brandon Lucarelli 3 3-6 12
Mario Greco 10-0 2
Totals: 15 12-22 48

MOHAWK 11 11 2 12 — 36
ELLWOOD CITY 10 15 13 10 — 48

3-point goals — Mohawk 3 (Glass 1, Anthony 1, Gerazounis 1), Ellwood City 6 (Vetica 1, Lucarelli 3, Ceriani 2).
JV score: Mohawk 34, Ellwood City 31. High scorers: M — Jonathon Grim 9, Mitchell Grim 9. EC — Nick Valentino 14.

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