Harding boys win on road
¯ WARREN G. HARDING 61, MAPLE HEIGHTS 47: MAPLE HEIGHTS — On the second hight of a back-to-back, both on the road, Warren G. Harding came out on top against Maple Heights.
“With a back-to-back on the road with an hour bus ride to Cleveland, we came out pretty flat,” Harding coach Any Vlajkovich said. “We were bad early in the game and looked like we didn’t belong on the floor and in the gym.”
Harding (10-6) trailed 20-8 after the first quarter and 29-20 at halftime. Alfonse Hale hit a big 3-pointer to end the first half to give the Mustangs a nine-point halftime lead. Harding’s Chris Hughes came out a hit two threes to start the second half.
“I wasn’t happy with our play but I was very pleased with our toughness and ability to chip away at the lead. We held them to one field goal in the last four minutes of the game.
Harding outscored Maple Heights, 22-6, in the fourth quarter to get the win.
Delmar Moore had a double-double for the Raiders with 12 points and 10 rebounds while Terrion Jackson led them with 15 points.
Maple Heights was led by Hale with 12 points.
¯ LABRAE 77, CAMPBELL 46: LEAVITTSBURG — The Vikings stayed perfect and moved another step closer to another All-American Conference Blue Tier title with the easy victory.
LaBrae (15-0, 9-0) jumped ahead 22-6 after the first quarter and led 46-18 at halftime. Tyler Stephens scored 20 points, Benton Tennant had 19 and Logan Kiser added 10 for the Vikings.
¯ MINERAL RIDGE 64, CHALKER 25: MINERAL RIDGE — Mineral Ridge got out to a 35-10 halftime lead. Mineral Ridge was led by Joe Rozzi with 16 points and Austin Governor with 10 points.
Chalker was led by Aidan Ricks and Trystan Mollohan both with eight points for the Wildcats.
¯ PARMA PADUA 66, URSULINE 51: CANTON — In a non-conference game at Glen Oak High School, Parma Padua got the best of Ursuline. Ursuline (3-13) was led by RJ Clark with 18 points while both Devin Keevy and Dyshawn Harris had 10 points each.
Parma Padua was led by Kevin Peterson with 30 points with three 3-pointers while no other Bruin scored more than nine.
Both teams hit four 3-pointers.