Saturday’s roundup

¯ SOUTH RANGE 55, HOWLAND 51: HOWLAND — South Range outscored Howland 32-25 in the second half to pull away from the Tigers in the championship game of the Toni Ross Tournament.

Mackenzie Maze led Howland (1-1) with a game-high 22 points, while Gabby Hartzell and Karina Mallory each had 10 apiece.

Maddie Durkin led the Raiders (2-0) with 14 points, while Dani Vuletich added 13.

¯ BERKSHIRE 38, CHALKER 35: BURTON — Chalker cut the lead to one with about a minute remaining, but a phantom timeout after a made Wildcats basket cost them the lead.

Chalker (0-1) made a bucket with a minute remaining, which would’ve gave the Wildcats the lead. The officials said the Wildcats called timeout before the basket even though coach Matt Yoder said he did not call the timeout.

Chalker then committed an intentional foul after the play and Berkshire (1-0) made both free throws to hold on the to victory.

Courtney Warnick led the Wildcats with eight points and three steals. The senior, who eclipsed 1,000 points at the end of her junior season, has 314 in her career.

Kayla White led the Badgers for 13 points, while Madison Chapman added 10.

¯ NEW PHILADELPHIA 42, CANFIELD 29: CANFIELD — Aaliyah Currence and Josie Pry combined for 28 points as the Quakers handled Canfield in the opener for both teams.

Currence had 16 points, while Pry added 12 for New Philadelphia (1-0).

Jill Baker paced Canfield (0-1) with eight points. The Cardinals were 6 of 21 from the foul line.

¯ PYMATUNING VALLEY 56, EDGEWOOD 43: ASHTABULA — The Lakers rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit to roll past the Warriors in their opener. Madison Hurst led the way with 19 points and all of PV’s four 3-pointers. Kendall Baker had 12 points, while Ashley Hall had 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Lakers (1-0).