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Streetsboro's Kuklisin places second at PTC wrestling tournament

Published: February 2, 2013 10:10 PM

The Streetsboro wrestling team placed ninth with 97.5 points at the Portage Trail Conference Tournament Feb. 2 at Rootstown High School.

The Rockets' Sean Kuklisin placed second at 106 pounds. He was pinned by Field's Cory Simpson in the championship match.

Heavyweight Sam Creque finished fourth for Streetsboro.


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The Streetsboro girls basketball team dropped to 4-14 overall and 2-10 in the Portage Trail Conference Metro Division after losing a 55-47 decision to Field Feb. 2 in Mogadore.

The Lady Falcons had three players score in double digits.

Morgan Peachey led Field with 16 points and Tiffany Spaller and Camille Adelman added 14 and 12 points, respectively.

The Lady Falcons outscored the Rockets 15-9 in the third quarter to take a 36-28 lead into the final eight minutes.

Allison Targosky led Streetsboro with 14 points and teammate Shannon Blondeaux scored 10 points.

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The Rockets lost a 33-29 decision in the junior varsity contest. Lindsay Washinski led Streetsboro with seven points.


The Streetsboro boys and girls bowling teams finished sixth in the six-team Metro Division of the Portage Trail Conference Tournament Feb. 2 at Bill White's Akron Lanes.

The Streetsboro boys finished with a score of 2,798. Kent Roosevelt (4,090) won the competition and Crestwood (4,039) and Coventry (3,899) placed second and third, respectively.

Tyler Fleming led the Rockets with scores of 154, 155 and 152, respectively. Also competing were Bobby Eckert (123-131-143), D.J. James (140-138-111), Nick Marlin (124-131-125), Casey Brace (164-137) and Austin Lesak (108).

The Streetsboro girls finished with a score of 2,249. Coventry won the competition with a score of 3,514 and Kent (3,475) and Springfield (3,441) placed second and third, respectively.

Becca Fleming (148-134-150) led the Rockets. Also competing for Streetsboro were Kerry Sutphin (82-121-122), Lilly James (125-109-86), Courtney Schoenbachler (104-95-78) and Sarah Yonish (89-160-82).

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