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Tuesday Boys Basketball Wrap-Up Finals: Lakeview/Newton Falls, Garfield/Brookfield, Hudson/Austintown Fitch, GlenOak/Boardman, Liberty/Hubbard, Lowellville/Campbell & LaBrae/Bristol

By All-American Conference/Vindicator, 12/05/18, 7:15AM EST


Lakeview 56, Newton Falls 53


Daniel Evans led Lakeview with 20 points. Jeff Remmick scored 12 points and AJ McClellan added 10 for the Bulldogs. Gage Friend led the Tigers with 13 points and Preston Rapczak scored 12.

Garfield 62, Brookfield 61


Jared Simon scored 18 points and Austin Peterson added 16 to lead Garfield. Trystan Gedeon also scored 13 points. Conner Stevens scored a game-high 20 points for Brookfield while Haden Gibson added 12.

Hudson 61, Austintown Fitch 38


Damani Ganaway scored 18 points to lead Hudson. Jack Burdett (12 points) and Aaron Martin (11) also reached double figures. Fitch was led by Todd Simons with 20 points.

Canton GlenOak 63, Boardman 50


Derrick Anderson put up 20 points for Boardman in defeat and Daeone Martin added 14. Josiah Harris and Christian Parker had 20 and 10 points, respectively, for Boardman.

Liberty 61, Hubbard 47


Merion Dawson had 15 points to lead all scorers for Liberty. Travis Myers and Ezell Brown added 14 points each for the Leopards and Elijah Mathews also reached double figures with 10 points. Davion Daniels led Hubbard with 13 points and Jayden Record added 11 for Hubbard.

Lowellville 52, Campbell 33


Micah Mamula-Zarlingo scored 18 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead the Rockets. Jake Rotz added 10 points and Dylan Dukin had nine. Rayseason Hicks led the Red Devils with 13 points and Rodney Miller had 11.

LaBrae 70, Bristol 58


Tyler Stephens led the Vikings (1-0) to a season-openign win with 18 points and Benton Tennant (12) and Conor Meyer (11) also reached double figures for LaBrae. Gage Elza led all scorers with 21 points for the Panthers (0-1). The Vikings used a 19-9 third-quarter run to take command.

All-American Conference

The All-American Conference is an OHSAA-sanctioned league, created in 2008 as the result of the merger between the Trumbull Athletic Conference and the Metro Athletic Conference in Ohio. The league has 21 different member schools, with 17 sports offered throughout fall, winter and spring sports seasons.