Ursuline’s Comer gets to 1,000 in victory

URSULINE 63, BOARDMAN 51: YOUNGSTOWN — Senior Simone Comer scored 26 points and went over the 1,000-point mark for her career in Ursuline’s win. Dayshanette Harris added 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Irish (12-10), Destiny Goodnight had nine points on a trio of 3-pointers, and Anyah Curd contributed seven points and 11 rebounds.

The Irish used a 16-6 second quarter to open a 36-24 halftime lead.

Lauren Gabriele had 24 points and 10 rebounds to lead Boardman, and Jenna Vivo added 16 points.

KENNEDY 44, TRINITY 38: GARFIELD HEIGHTS — Kennedy used a 19-12 fourth quarter advantage to take the win. The Eagles (12-10) made 15 of 19 free throws, led by Antonella LaMonica’s 7 for 8 effort. LaMonica finished with 21 points and eight of the team’s 45 rebounds.

HOWLAND 52, GENEVA 28: GENEVA — Howland had 40 rebounds in the game and led by 18 points at half. The Tigers (17-5) were led by Sara Price’s 25 points, as she drilled three 3-pointers.

Geneva (17-5) was held to 18 boards on the night, and trailed by nearly 20 at half. Emily Corlew had seven points.

FITCH 49, MOONEY 45: AUSTINTOWN — The Falcons scored 26 second-half points. Sabria Hunter made 10 of 14 free throws for 20 points. The rest of the team went just 4 for 10.

Mooney (10-10) made just 6 for 11 free throws in the game. Taylor Martin led with 11 points.

PYMATUNING VALLEY 55, CHALKER 50: SOUTHINGTON — Madison Hurst scored 21 points and Olivia Holden added 14 as Pymatuning Valley outscored the Wildcats. Haley Holt added 10 points to the Lakers’ attack.

PV took a 12-8 lead after one quarter and led 28-26 at halftime and 45-43 after three quarters.

Courtney Warnick matched Hurst with 21 points for Chalker (10-11, 6-7 NAC). Brittany Davis scored nine points for the Wildcats.

CANFIELD 44, SOUTH RANGE 40: CANFIELD — The Cardinals used a 19-13 fourth quarter advantage to take the win. Serena Sammarone made 10 of 14 free throws for 21 points.

South Range was held to just 13 points in the final period. Maddie Durkin and Sam Patrone had 10 points each.

CRESTVIEW 57, WESTERN RESERVE 39: COLUMBIANA — The Blue Devils were outscored, 13-3, in the second quarter. Western Reserve (13-9) was led by Alexis Hughes’ double-double of 10 points and 11 boards.