Girls basketball: Ursuline upends Albertus Magnus in power league bout, 68


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Sonia Citron and Alexa Quirolo led Ursuline to a convincing 68-48 win over Albertus Magnus in their first power league games of the season.

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NEW ROCHELLE – The’newly formed girls basketball power league was expected to make a splash on the Section 1 scene, with four of the top Class AA teams pitted against one another, but Wednesday’s opening night was more like a tsunami.

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Amanda-Clearcreek’s Alyssa Evans earned second-team All-Ohio honors last season and was Mid-State League Buckeye Division Player of the Year.

Amanda-Clearcreek senior Alyssa Evans recently signed with Ursuline College to play college basketball. Alyssa is seated with parents Steve and Jamie Evans. Standing, from left, are A-C Principal Scott Hinton, A-C Girls Basketball Coach Cary James and A-C Assistant Girls Basketball Coach Greg Glendenning.

Amanda-Clearcreek senior Alyssa Evans recently signed with Ursuline College, an NCAA Division II institution located in Pepper Pike, Ohio, to play college basketball. Evans, who was named second-team All-Ohio and Mid-State League Buckeye Division Player of the Year, averaged 22 points, 3.5 assists and 3.1 steals last season, leading the Aces to a district championship.

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