WINDHAM 52, EAST CANTON 41: WINDHAM -Down by one after the first quarter, Windham was able to bounce back to pick up its 11th win of the season.
East Canton (8-11) led 14-13 after the first, and Windham used a 10-7 second quarter to take a 23-21 lead into halftime. Windham (11-8) used a 19-7 third quarter to help pad its lead and chalk up the victory.
Jessica Isler led the charge for Windham with 19 points on the night. Dari Heller added 11 for the Bombers.
Megan Gothard nailed four 3-pointers and scored 17 points total in the loss for East Canton. Brianna Payne chipped in with 10 for the Wizards.
SOUTHEAST 65, MOGADORE 54: PALMYRA - Southeast started off fast and was able to pick up its 12th win of the season.
Southeast (12-4, 10-1 Portage Trail Conference) was leading 19-13 after the first quarter and was able to maintain the lead.
Kalelyn McCullough and Britany Butcher each scored 13 points for Southeast and Jillian Fesemyer added 10 for the Pirates
Mogadore (7-8, 6-5 PTC) got 16 points from Grace Riley, Mackenzie Williams poured in 14 and Ashler Barker added 10.
WOODRIDGE 48, GARFIELD 43: Penninsula - Garfield led early but was unable to get the win.
Although Garfield was leading by seven points at the half, Woodridge used a 16-6 third quarter and was able to hold on for the victory.
Garfield was led offensively by Becky Kirk as she scored 13. Melody Bright scored nine and Madisson Geddes and Jackie Tabor each scored eight for the G-Men.
Woodridge's Lizzie Wilkinson had a game-high 20 points and Kapri Watson scored 17 for the Bulldogs.
Hubbard's Brittany Ferrara broke a school series record by bowling a 538. Jenna Wise bowled a series of 392 for the Eagles. Struthers' Kaylie Thompson tallied a series of 307 and Macayla Razo bowled a 267.
Hubbard will host Howland on Monday at Bellwick Bowl in the second round of conference tournaments.
The Cardinals (15-3) won three straight matches to cut into a 13-point deficit and trailed, 31-30. Canfield, a No. 3 seed, endured a pin at 220 pounds, which sealed the victory for the second-seeded Cougars.
In Tuslaw, Jackson-Milton, a six seed, couldn't upset the No. 2 Rootstown Rovers, falling, 51-26 in a Division III, Region 20 semifinal. The Blue Jays won five of the 11 matches but gave up three forfeits and four pins in the defeat.