LEAVITTSBURG - Allyson Jones and Kylie Stoneman had double-doubles to keep the Panthers perfect Monday, 68-56.
Jones had 25 points and 15 rebounds for Bristol (5-0), while Stoneman had 18 points and 17 rebounds.
Jones has averaged 20.2 rebounds through five games.
Ashlee Stubbs led LaBrae with 16 points. Lauren Rutherford had 13 points, while Lindsay Jaros added 11.
MATHEWS 55, BADGER 48: VIENNA - Dana Omerzo led Mathews with six assists and six steals as the Mustangs rolled over Badger in the second quarter, 23-5, with a defensive onslaught.
The Mustangs (2-3, 1-3 Northeastern Athletic Conference) led 41-14 at halftime.
Mathews was led by Tess Dickerson's 14 points and Dayna Ellis' 10 points. Jackie Rhine had 10 points and 13 rebounds.
Badger (1-4, 0-3) rallied in the second half, outscoring the Mustangs, 34-14.
Taylor Kramer led all scorers with 17 points, while Harlee Logan had 10.
Thursday, Mathews hosts Southington.
LEDGEMONT 53, SOUTHINGTON 52: SOUTHINGTON - Ledgemont edged out Southington in this NAC battle.
The Wildcats were outscored 20-8 in the final quarter.
Jessica Fontana led Ledgemont with 14 points, while Carissa Cantrell had 11.
Brittany Sherwood and Rachel Wilson each had 16 points for the Wildcats.
URSULINE 55, EAST 51: YOUNGSTOWN - Ursuline's Tanya Beachum had 23 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Irish (1-3) past East.
Ashlyn Baker led East (0-4) with 19 points, while Hydesia Duval had 13.
NEWTON FALLS 59, WINDHAM 30: NEWTON FALLS - Newton Falls forced 34 Windham turnovers to pull away from the Bombers.
Brooke Barreca led Newton Falls (3-1) with 12 points, while Gabby Kline, Hannah Zelle and Tori Workman each had 10 points.
Jessica Isler led Windham (1-5) with 11 points.
LOWELLVILLE 61, McDONALD 35: McDONALD - Lowellville scored early and often and stayed perfect with an Inter Tri-County League, Lower Tier victory over McDonald.
Madison Opritza and Kaye Solak combined for 38 points for Lowellville (3-0). Solak led all scorers with 21 points, while Opritza provided 16, inclluding three 3-pointers. The Rockets led, 33-17, at the half and put the game away with a 22-6 third-quarter run.
Alyssa Streb paced McDonald (0-6) with 19 points. The Blue Devils outscored Lowellville, 12-6, in the fourth quarter.
SOUTH RANGE 41, SPRINGFIELD 32: NEW MIDDLETOWN - Nine different players scored for South Range in its Inter Tri-County League, Upper Tier victory.
The Raiders (3-3) really found their rhythm in the second quarter, outscoring Springfield, 14-3. They trailed, 8-7, going into the quarter. Alexis Naples paced a balanced South Range offense with 16 points. She was 10 for 10 from the free-throw line.
Springfield's Callie Ford scored a team-best 12 points. The Tigers (1-3) never responded after South Range's second-quarter spurt as they were outscored, 13-7, in the third.
CRESTVIEW 53, JACKSON-MILTON 36: NORTH JACKSON - Crestview's tandem of Ashley Harrison and Annie Hardenbrook scored 41 of the Rebels' points in an Inter Tri-County League, Upper Tier showdown.
Harrison netted a team-high 22 points for Crestview (6-1), while Annie Hardenbrook contributed 19. The Rebels gained an early lead, up 27-18 at the half, and slowly pulled away from the Blue Jays.
Rebecca Jones scored a team-high 12 for Jackson-Milton (3-2). Paije Kiraly added 11
HUBBARD 48, LIBERTY 38: LIBERTY - Hubbard trailed by one entering the fourth quarter but nearly shutout the Leopards in the final stanza to earn a non-conference win.
The Eagles (2-4) allowed just one point (a free throw by Leah Leshnack) and scored 12 to pull away. Julia Clemente scored six of her nine points in the quarter. Hubbard's Emily Manion led all scorers with 17 points.
The crippling fourth quarter ended a comeback by Liberty (2-4). The Leopards trailed 13-9 after one quarter, but they outscored Hubbard, 14-6, in the second to take a 23-19 lead into halftime. Leshnack scored 10 of her team-high 16 points in the second quarter.
AUSTINTOWN FITCH 61, WARREN G. HARDING 38: WARREN - Ten players scored for Fitch in a dominating victory over Harding.
Megan Sefcik led the attack with 20 points, and Paige McClendon recorded 10. The Falcons led 29-9 at the half.
Harding's Chelsea Dipaolo registered nine points to lead the Raiders.
GIRARD 65, JOHN F. KENNEDY 29: GIRARD - Following a close first quarter, the Indians pulled away from the Eagles for a blowout win on Monday.
With the score 15-13 at the end of the first quarter, Kennedy went cold shooting, going 11-36 from the field for the game. Girard, meanwhile, shot 43.5 percent.
Miranda Boyle led Girard with 26 points, draining four 3-pointers for the Indians. Kowach led the Eagles with 11 points.
LISBON 31, MINERAL RIDGE 17: LISBON - In a defensive barn-burner, Lisbon shut down Mineral Ridge's offense on Monday night.
The Blue Devils (3-2, 1-1 ITCL Upper Tier) held the Rams to five points in the first half, as Lisbon took a 10-point lead into halftime.
Pam Pierce led the Blue Devils with 17 points and added 10 rebounds and five assists in the win.
YOUNGSTOWN CHRISTIAN 83, CAMPBELL 21: CAMPBELL - Youngstown Christian poured on the points early en route to a shellacking of Campbell.
The Eagles (2-4) jumped out to a 33-2 lead and never looked back, holding the Red Devils (1-5) to five points in the first half.
Youngstown Christian spread the points around, with four players reaching double figures. Natalie Hoelzel led all scorers with 20 points.