Medina Ohio Sports
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Hoban led 11-6 at the end of the first quarter and Nordonia led 10-10 at the start of the second quarter, 14-7 at halftime and 15-9 in the third quarter.
The Knights built a 14-2 run to end the third quarter on Tuesday and take a 37-25 lead into the fourth quarter. Nordonia opened the fourth quarter with a 7-0 run of its own to extend the lead to 40-25 with 5: 58 to go.
Nordonia (22-2) was led by Hoban (19.5) and had seniors Hallie Schill (14 points, 10 rebounds), Jordan Cluse (10 points), J.J. Imrie (8 points) and junior Kaitlyn Schiller (7 points). Clusing, a recruit from Miami, Ohio, scored 12 points and three rebounds on 5-of-7 shots from the free throw line in the first half. Schil had a team-high seven assists, four rebounds, two steals and a block, and Imries contributed four assists and two rebounds and four steals. Robert contributed six points and five assists for the Knights, three steals, one steal and one block.
Northampton beat Strongsville 50-40, and Hoban beat Highland 52-44 in the first game of the season. On the Knights side, there will be a rematch of last year's first-round playoff game between the two teams. Seed - Seed - Seed begins on Friday, January 6, at 19.30 in the gymnasium of the University High School.
Athletic and extracurricular practices will continue in accordance with the COVID-19 Protocol, which was introduced at the beginning of the school year. Activities for other school groups will not begin until the district reassesses the situation on December 17. Help people with the financial impact of coronavirus by providing information on how to access everything available for help.