Ursuline tops Tigers in tournament final

HOWLAND — The Ursuline Irish made 22 of 39 free throws to win the Toni Ross Spirit Foundation Tournament championship with a 58-50 win over host Howland Saturday night.

Dayshanette Harris led the way with 17 points, while Desheney Goodnight made three 3-pointers and seven free throws on her way to 16 points. Ursuline improves to 2-0.

Howland went to the free throw line just nine times in the loss. Sara Price made 12 buckets for 27 points and had six of the team’s 22 boards. Gabby Hartzell, meanwhile, had 12 points, as the Tigers fall to 1-1.

MADISON 48, LAKEVIEW 44: HOWLAND — Madison outscored Lakeview 30-24 in the second-half to take the Toni Ross Tournament consolation game. Madison (1-1) was led by 19 Alyssa Rose points. Rose made seven field goals and was 5-of-7 from the free throw line.

Lakeview was held to just 13 points in the second and third quarters combined, including just four in the second quarter. Annie Pavlansky made 9-of-11 free throws for 24 points, but it wasn’t enough, as the Bulldogs fall to 0-2.

GARFIELD 56, LABRAE 40: GARRETTSVILLE — The G-Men outscored the Vikings, 17-8, in the second quarter of their G-Men Thanksgiving Tournament championship game victory. Grayson Rose led the way with 24 points, while Nina Jurcevic had 12 points.

The Vikings trailed by just one point after the first quarter, but a tough second quarter put them behind by double-digits going into the half. Morgan Meyer had a team-high 10 points and seven rebounds.

NEW PHILADELPHIA 44, CANFIELD 41: NEW PHILADELPHIA — The Cardinals were outscored 17-10 in the fourth quarter. Jill Baker made five free throws and finished with 11 points.

Aaliyah Currence led New Philly with 15 points on 7-of-7 free throw shooting.

SOUTHEAST 47, NEWTON FALLS 46: RAVENNA — The Tigers lost a 12-point fourth quarter lead, despite double-doubles by Izzy Kline and Kayla Barreca. Kline had 20 points and 10 rebounds, while Barreca had 17 points and 10 boards.

Southeast outscored Newton Falls, 16-7, in the fourth quarter. Andrea Radcliff had 14 points and Riley Norquest had 13 points.