LORDSTOWN 46, JACKSON-MILTON 37: NORTH JACKSON - Sarah Cash recorded yet another double-double as the Red Devils continued their unbeaten run to start the season.
Cash scored a game-high 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, while Marlena Liming added 13 points for the Red Devils (9-0). Both players contributed to Lordstown's efficient shooting, with the team posting a 45.9 percent mark from the floor.
Meanwhile, the Blue Jays (7-3) struggled from the field, shooting just more than 29. Paije Kiraly paced Jackson-Milton with 12 points.
SHARON 55, BROOKFIELD 50: BROOKFIELD - The Sharon Tigers used a stellar shooting performance to win the Brookfield Holiday Tournament championship on Saturday.
Sharon went 17 of 30 from inside the arc, while holding the Warriors (4-3) to 35.4 percent from the field. The Tigers also added four 3-pointers to keep ahead of Brookfield for most of the game.
Sharon's Mallory Torr paced all scorers with 16 points. Lauren Hawley and Tori Thompson led the Warriors with 12 points each.
CANFIELD 76, BOARDMAN 28: CANFIELD - Starting with a 26-3 run in the first quarter, the Cardinals rocked the Spartans on Saturday.
Canfield (7-1) drained 11 3-pointers in the game, including five in the first quarter. Rachel Tinkey and Abby Baker hit three from beyond the arc each, with Tinkey recording a game-high 18 points. Overall, the Cardinals went 26 of 46 from the field.
The Spartans (3-6) shot 28.1 percent from the field in the loss. Kelly Tomcsanyi paced Boardman with 11 points.
GIRARD 49, MINERAL RIDGE 29: MINERAL RIDGE - The Indians jumped out to a 15-1 lead and never looked back in this non-conference matchup.
Girard held the Rams to 23.9 percent shooting in the game, and the Rams scored one point in the first and third quarters. The Indians, meanwhile, shot 38 percent from the field.
The Rams' Alyssa Harkins led all scorers with 14 points, and Miranda Boyle paced Girard with 13 points.
BRISTOL 68, LAKESIDE 44: ASHTABULA - The Panthers used a huge fourth quarter to pull away from the Dragons.
Leading by eight points going into the final quarter, Bristol (7-3) outscored Lakeside 25-9 to put the game away. Laurin Elza paced the Panthers with 29 points.
Allyson Jones recorded a double-double with 15 points and 16 rebounds. The senior center pulled to within 31 points of the 1,000-point milestone.
BRISTOL 48, CHAMPION 46: CHAMPION - Despite a dramatic comeback attempt by the Golden Flashes, the Bristol Panthers escaped from Champion with their perfect record in tact.
Champion's Chris Miller drained two 3-pointers in the final minute to pull the Golden Flashes (2-7) to within one point. With the ball, Miller drove to the bucket and was fouled, only to miss the front end of a 1-and-1. The Panthers (7-0) eventually ended up with the ball and added a free throw with one second left to seal the win.
Champion's Tyler Bishop paced all scorers with 20 points. Brandon Lee led the Panthers with 14 points.
POLAND 59, SPRINGFIELD 29: NEW MIDDLETON - The Bulldogs drained eight shots from beyond the arc in a shellacking of the Tigers on Saturday.
Ryan Burke led the aerial barrage for Poland, draining four 3-pointers in the game. He ended tied for game-high with 12 points. One of his 3-pointers came during the second quarter, when the Bulldogs used a 19-point quarter to take a 32-16 lead into halftime.
Jacob Wolfe added another 12 points for Poland, scoring all six of his field goals in the second and third quarters.