BROOKFIELD 67, CONNEAUT 36: CONNEAUT - The 3-point shot was working well for the Warriors, as Brookfield drained eight en route to a victory over Conneaut.
Brookfield's Lauren Hawley scored 15 of her game-high 19 points from beyond the arc. Brooke Hiner, who scored 11, also made two 3s. Ashley Kirila added 16 points and six rebounds.
The Warriors (5-2) jumped to a 12-4 lead after the first quarter and never looked back.
EUCLID 56, WARREN G. HARDING 25: EUCLID - It was all Euclid in this Lake Erie League contest, as the Panthers jumped to a 17-7 lead in the first quarter.
By halftime, the lead had been extended to 36-13. In all, the Raiders only connected on 10 field goals, which includes two 3-pointers.
Maya Bell paced the Raiders with nine points. Harding is now 1-5 (1-2) on the season.
POLAND 38, LOWELLVILLE 30: POLAND - Poland came from behind to beat Lowellville in the United Way Basketball Classic at Poland High School.
Down one going into the fourth quarter, the Bulldogs outscored the Rockets, 17-8, over the final 8 minutes. Theodora Constantine paced Poland with a double-double (12 points and 13 rebounds), while Kathryn Wilson chipped in 11 points.
Lowellville struggled with turnovers, committing 18 in the first half and 30 overall. Courtney Conklin was the only Rocket to each double figures with 10 points.
WEST BRANCH 53, BOARDMAN 41: STRUTHERS - Despite a big night from Boardman's Kelly Tomscanyi, the Warriors won the first game of the Hope Classic on Saturday.
Tomscanyi drained five shots from beyond the arc en route to a game-high 20 points for the Spartans (1-4), but Boardman couldn't erase a 13-pont halftime deficit, as West Branch (4-1) only allowed the Spartans to pull back two points in the second half.
Pavin Heath and Melinda Trimmer led the Warriors with 15 and 13 points, respectively.
DENVER EAST 70, STRUTHERS 55: STRUTHERS - The Wildcats kept it close for three quarters before eventually bowing to Denver East in the second game of the Hope Classic.
The Wildcats (2-2) had three players reach double firgures, starting with Ashleigh Ryan's 15 points. Halle Smrek had 13 points, and Brittaney Zupko added 10.
Denver East's Joannae Richardson earned MVP honors because of her double-double effort. The 5-foot-9 junior scored a game-high 25 points and grabbed 19 rebounds to lead the Angels.
CANFIELD 58, HOWLAND 43: HOWLAND - The Cardinals jumped to a big first-quarter lead and hung on the rest of the way, giving Canfield the All-American Conference, American Division victory over Howland.
Brady Clark and Jarret Vrabel each scored 14 points to pace Canfield (3-2). Mike Yourstowsky added 10, which included a perfect 8 of 8 from the charity stripe.
Howland's Reece Bogan led all scorers with 20 points - 12 of those from 3-point range. The Tigers fell to 1-4.