NILES - The Red Dragons took care of business at the free-throw line to beat Hubbard, 65-56 in an All-American Conference, American Division matchup.
Niles went 30 of 35 at the charity stripe, including a 12-of-12 mark posted by sophomore Cameron Kane, who finished with a team-high 17 points. Marcus Hill was 7 of 8 from the line with 16 points, while James Tate went 5 of 6 and finished with 15.
Derek Kopanic hit five 3-pointers and collected a game-high 19 points to lead Hubbard. Rocco Jones added another 14 in the losing effort.
POLAND 92, HOWLAND 49: HOWLAND - Four Bulldogs scored in double figures as Poland easily picked up the All-American Conference, American Division, victory.
The score was knotted at 14 after one, but Poland outscored the Tigers, 54-20 in the second and third quarters to seal the victory.
Kyle Dixon paced Poland (19-2) with 19 points - 15 of those came from 3-point range. Danny Black scored 12 and Jacob Wolfe added 11. Jared Burkert scored 10 points, all coming in the third quarter.
Reece Bogan led Howland (5-15) with 22 points.
CAMPBELL 54, LAKEVIEW 36: CORTLAND - Lakeview kept it tight through the first quarter, but Campbell bounced back in the second and third to pick up the All-American Conference, National Division, victory.
The score was 9-8 after one, but the Red Devils took a 27-17 lead into the half. That margain was extended to 45-23 heading into the fourth.
Darren Clinkscale led Campbell (13-6) with 15 points.
The Jakes - Rosowicz and Pishotti - each had eight points to lead Lakeview. The Bulldogs are now 3-17 (1-9).
URSULINE 56, BOARDMAN 31: YOUNGSTOWN - The Fighting Irish jumped to a 24-7 lead after the first quarter and led the rest of the way.
Boardman had a rough night shooting, only converting eight of 31 field goals. Ursuline also had a 33-22 rebounding advantage.
Greg Parella led Ursuline with 18 points. Mark Hughes chipped in 11 for the Irish (13-6).
Jon-Michael Dana led Boardman (4-13) with six points.
WINDHAM 71, BADGER 56: VERNON - Windham's Parker Rickey led the charge for the Bombers as they easily defeated the Braves in a Northeastern Athletic Conference contest.
The junior scored 36 points on the night - 21 in the second half - to lead all scorers. Stephen Kacenski added 10 for the Bombers.
Brandon Bates scored 24 points to lead Badger (6-14, 4-9). Vince Mathia chipped in with 10.
AUSTINTOWN FITCH 62, STRUTHERS 54: STRUTHERS - Austintown Fitch's Jessie Driver scored 12 of the Falcons 17 points in the first quarter, and continued to have the hot hand on the night, leading the Falcons over the Wildcats.
Driver finished with 34 points, including 15 from 3-point range. He also went 9 of 10 from the charity stripe.
Temeko Holness led Struthers with 18 points, while RayQuan Phifer had 14.
PYMATUNING VALLEY 78, MATHEWS 67: ANDOVER - Quintin Ratliff had 27 points to lead the Lakers past the Mustangs in this Northeastern Athletic Conference matchup.
Chase Thurber had 14 for PV (11-8, 9-4), while Cory Mercer put in 10.
Wyatt Ford and Cobie Pratt each had 27 in the loss for Mathews.
CARDINAL MOONEY 63, YOUNGSTOWN CHRISTIAN 29: BOARDMAN - Joe Cunningham and Andrew Armstrong each had 15 points to lead the Cardinals past the Eagles.
Marcus Penza added 13 for Cardinal Mooney, which outscored Youngstown Christian 15-0 in the first quarter and 11-2 in the third.
Ryan Houston and Shawn Staples paced Youngstown Christian with nine points each.
GIRARD 72, CHAMPION 45: CHAMPION - The Indians jumped out to a 17-point lead after the first quarter and cruised to an All-American Conference, National Division win over the Golden Flashes.
It was a team effort for Girard (15-3, 7-2 AAC National), as nine different players made the scoresheet. Dylan O'Hara's 16 points led the way, Chaston Williams contributed 12 and Tyler Kilbourne added another 11.
MAPLEWOOD 81, GRAND VALLEY 50: MECCA - Leading by just seven at halftime, the Rockets pulled away from the Mustangs in the second half for a Northeastern Athletic Conference, Stars Division win.
Maplewood (15-4, 12-1 NAC Stars) outscored Grand Valley (7-12, 6-8 NAC Stars) in the third period, 25-11, to make the lead insurmountable. Kevin Jones scored all nine of his points in the frame, while Nate Spitler recorded six of his team-high 16 points in the third.
Solomon Yoder also contributed16 points for the Rockets.
With Maplewood holding Jake Vormelker to just eight, Gabe Kovats blew up and posted a game-high 21 points in the losing effort.
The Rockets return to action today at Lordstown in an important NAC matchup.
BRISTOL 62, LEDGEMONT 41: BRISTOLVILLE - The Panthers held the Redskins to 12 points in the first half in a NAC rout on Friday night.
Bristol (15-6, 10-4 NAC Stripes) had the scoring spread out, as 10 players made the scoresheet. Brandon Lee's 11 points topped the scoring, while Logan Koeth was the only other Panther to reach double figures with 10.
Justin Young totaled a game-high 15 points.
LORDSTOWN 58, CHALKER 40: SOUTHINGTON - The Red Devils outscored the Wildcats, 31-14, in the second half to record the NAC, Stripes Division win on the road.
Preston Sutton scored 11 of his game-high 16 points in the third quarter, as he connected on three 3-pointers. Jake Jones accumulated all 15 of his points in the final three quarters to complement Sutton, while Jimmy Cross added another 12.
Eric Wilson paced Chalker with 13 points.
BROOKFIELD 68, SOUTH RANGE 45: BROOKFIELD - The Warriors used a 19-point second quarter to pull away and cruise to a non-conference win over the Raiders.
Davon Sims led the way for Brookfield (12-7) with 16 points, connecting on four shots from downtown. Nate Johnson added another 12 in the win.
Mark Vennetti paced South Range, recording 12 points, and Jonah Wilson and Garrett Anderson chipped in with 11 and 10, respectively.
RAVENNA 65, CANFIELD 55: CANFIELD - Despite a big night from Rachel Tinkey, the Cardinals couldn't hold off a furious Ravens comeback in a non-conference contest.
Canfield (13-7) led, 43-38, heading into the fourth quarter, but Ravenna (16-6) proceeded to drop 27 points in the final 8 minutes. The Cardinals couldn't match it, totaling just 12.
Tinkey scored 10 of her team's 12 points in the final frame and amassed a game-high 8 points in the losing effort. She was on fire from beyond the arc, draining eight 3-pointers throughout the game.
No other Cardinal scored more than seven points.