BROOKFIELD 49, JEFFERSON 29: BROOKFIELD - Brookfield turned it on in the second quarter and kept it going through the second half in a non-conference over the Falcons.
Jefferson led by one after the first quarter, but the Warriors outscored the Falcons, 16-6, in the second quarter. Brookfield (10-3) kept the momentum going in the second half, holding a 26-15 advantage in the final two quarters.
Danielle DiCristofaro led the Warriors with a game-high 20 points, while Autumn Kirila added 10.
Jessica Becker and Emily Smock each scored 10 for Jefferson (2-9).
MATHEWS 50, BADGER 44: KINSMAN - Mathews came from behind in the fourth quarter to beat Badger in a Northeastern Athletic Conference clash.
The Mustangs trailed, 26-20, at halftime and 36-34 to start the fourth, but Mathews rallied in the final quarter, outscoring the Braves, 16-8. Three players reached double figures for the Mustangs. Bryanna McClurg led with 15, while Maddie Williams netted 14 and Dayna Ellis provided 10.
Harlee Logan and Taylor Kramar each scored 12 for Bader, while Brandi Nitch registered 11.
ST. THOMAS AQUINAS 36, JOHN F. KENNEDY 22: LOUISVILLE - Nicole Newman had a game-high 13 points to lead the Knights past the Eagles.
Sydney Film had the only 3-pointer of the game for St. Thomas Aquinas (5-3).
Antonella LaMonica led John F. Kennedy (1-9) with 11 points.
The Eagles host Villa Angela-St. Joseph on Monday.
WARREN G. HARDING 40, LORAIN 36: LORAIN - Maya Bell had 10 points and 17 rebounds to lead the Raiders past the Titans.
G. Conteall led Lorain with 11 points.
SPRINGFIELD 45, GIRARD 37: NEW MIDDLETOWN - Callie Ford had 16 points to pace the Tigers past the Indians.
Kennedy Richey added 15 for Springfield (9-2).
Bree Bishop led Girard with 14 points.
GARFIELD 53, WATERLOO 17: ATWATER - The G-Men held the Vikings to six points in the first half as they cruised to a Portage Trail Conference, County Division win.
Lauren Jones paced Garfield with 15 points, Madisson Geddes had 13 and Grayson Rose contributed 10. Rose also blocked eight shots in the win.
SOUTHEAST 55, WOODRIDGE 36: PALMYRA - The Pirates led by 15 at half en route to a win over the Bulldogs on Saturday.
Southeast (10-2, 6-1 PTC County) held a 50-25 lead by the end of the third before taking the foot off the gas pedal. Danielle Norquest amassed a game-high 18 points for the Pirates.
Abbe Esterak led Woodridge (5-6, 3-4 PTC County) with 10 points.
MINERAL RIDGE 69, CHALKER 34: SOUTHINGTON - The Rams routed the Wildcats in a non-conference game.
Mineral RIdge led by 13 after one quarter and by 18 at the break before the Rams outscored Chalker, 35-18, in the second half. Alyssa Harkins's double-double of 19 points and 12 rebounds paced Mineral Ridge, Peyton Allen had 17 points and Breanna Miner and Kayla Governor scored 10 each.
Chalker's Rachel Wilson recorded 12 points.
WESTERN RESERVE 47, ROOTSTOWN 46: ROOTSTOWN - Down 12 points at halftime, the Blue Devils came back and pulled out a one-point victory over the Rovers on Saturday.
Nick Tobin and Joe Falasca led the charge for Western Reserve, with Tobin scoring eight of his 12 points and Falasca scoring six of his 13 in the final eight minuets to account for all of the Blue Devils' offensive production in the fourth quarter.
They followed Tristan Bova's third-quarter performance that allowed Western Reserve to take a huge chunk out of Rootstown's lead, as the Blue Devils outscored the Rovers, 16-5. Bova accounted for half of Western Reserve's points in the third by scoring eight of his team-high 14.
Tim Weaver paced Rootstown with 14 points.
MINERAL RIDGE 59, CHALKER 42: SOUTHINGTON - The Rams jumped out to a 10-point lead after one quarter en route to a non-conference win over the Wildcats.
Ryan Nutter paced Mineral Ridge with 16 points, while Zac Hagy contributed another 15 to the winning cause. Corey Phillips added 11.
Eric Wilson led Chalker (4-6) with 12 points in the losing effort.
LIBERTY 70, HOWLAND 56: LIBERTY - Thanks to a big night from Cameron Clark, the Leopards jumped out to a 12-point halftime lead and never looked back against the Tigers on Saturday.
Clark went off for a game-high 21 points to lead Liberty, draining two of the Leopards' six 3-pointers on a night in which the team shot 53 percent from the field. Asim Pleas and Lynn Bowden chimed in with 18 and 12 points, respectively.
Tommy Carnifax scored 14 points to lead Howland, while Reece Bogan and Connor Antinone had 13 and 11.
BROOKFIELD 60, GRAND VALLEY 33: ORWELL - Close after the first quarter, the Warriors shut out the Mustangs in the second quarter to run away with a non-conference matchup on Saturday.
Nate Johnson recorded a team-high 12 points for Brookfield, which had Caleb Hunkus and Seth Wallace also reach double figures with 11 points each.
Jake Vormelker led Grand Valley with 20 points, as just four Mustangs recorded a point in the loss.