Harding wins; Hughes reaches 1,000

¯ WARREN G. HARDING 52, BRECKSVILLE-BROADVIEW HEIGHTS 37: BRECKSVILLE — Brayleonna Woods led the Raiders with a game-high 20 points and three 3-pointers as Harding won this non-conference game.

Harding (12-7) outscored the Bees 24-10 in the second and third quarters.

Davis led Brecksville-Broadview Heights with 12 points.

¯ WESTERN RESERVE 64, UNITED 26: BERLIN CENTER — Western Reserve got a home win over United in a non-conference game.

More than the game, Alexis Hughes recorded her 1,000th point as a Blue Devils in a game where she had 20 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks.

Western Reserve (15-5) was also led by Kennedy Miller with 15 points on five 3-pointers with five assists. Alyssa Serensky had six rebounds and four assists.

United was led by Hannah Mix with eight points.

Reserve hit 12 3-pointers while United didn’t hit one.

¯ MATHEWS 39, MAPLEWOOD 30: MECCA — Mathews got a much-needed road win in Northeastern Athletic Conference play over Maplewood.

Mathews (10-8, 7-4) was led by Emily Strama with 12 points and three assists. Carlie Pratt also helped with seven points, three steals and three blocks.

Maplewood (6-12, 4-8) was led by Heidi Stiffler with 11 points and 15 rebounds while Courtney Hubbard had 10 points and two assists.

Maplewood outrebounded Mathews, 31-25, in the loss.

¯ LaBRAE 49, GIRARD 38: GIRARD — LaBrae got a good road win over Girard in All-American Conference Blue Tier play. LaBrae outscored Girard, 23-12, in the second half to get the win.

LaBrae (6-12, 4-7) was led by Hannah Hill with 13 points and Marissa Roberts with 11 points.

Girard (4-15, 1-10) got a good scoring contribution from Olivia Ciminero with 11 points.

LaBrae hit four 3-pointers to Girard’s one.

¯ BADGER 43, GRAND VALLEY 36: VERNON — Chloe Flowers and Madison Karr each had 11 points to lead the Braves past the Mustangs in this Northeastern Athletic Conference, Stars Division.

Badger (12-7, 7-4 NAC Stars) also had 12 assists.

Abby Triskett led Grand Valley (6-12, 4-8) with 17 points.

¯ CANFIELD 56, RAVENNA 42: CANFIELD — Canfield led, 28-18, at halftime and then outscored Ravenna, 28-24, in the second half to get the win.

Canfield (16-3) has now won 10-straight games overall. The Cardinals were led by Serena Sammarone with 18 points and Jill Baker with 17 points.

Ravenna was led by Lauren Calhoun with 17 points and Kaitlyn Rogers with 11 points.

Ravenna hit three 3-pointers to Canfield’s one.

¯ BRISTOL 51, HEARTLAND CHRISTIAN 21: BRISTOLVILLE — Kendyl Switzer had a game-high 15 points to lead the Panthers past the Lions — all scored in the first three quarters.

Bristol improves to 13-5 as Switzer added 10 rebounds.

Sydney Ogden led Heartland Christian with 14 points.

¯ LIBERTY 84, LOWELLVILLE 45: LOWELLVILLE — The Leopards outscored the Rockets 47-15 in the second half to roll to a non-conference victory.

Sharda Williamson led Liberty (13-5) and all scorers with 29 points.

Nysa Gilchrist had 16 points for the Leopards, while China Tate put in 12.

Maddie Warren led Lowellville with 13 points.

¯ CHALKER 58, NEWBURY 43: SOUTHINGTON — Courtney Warnick helped Chalker pull away in the fourth quarter of a Northeastern Athletic Conference battle.

The Wildcats (9-10, 5-7) led by six entering the final quarter, but that’s when Warnick scored 13 of her game-high 19 points, pushing Chalker to a 21-12 fourth-quarter advantage. Caitlyn Stuart also reached double figures with 12 points, and Shae Keeley grabbed a team-best 10 rebounds.

K. Grubbs paced Newbury with 17 points.

¯ CHAMPION 69, PYMATUNING VALLEY 39: ANDOVER — Emma Gumont scored 18 of her game-high 25 points in the second half, helping dominate the second half of a nonconference rout.

Gumont was one of three Golden Flashes (15-3) to score in double figures. Megan Turner put in 12 points, and Allison Smith added 11 for Champion, which held a 41-22 edge in the second half.

Madison Hurst scored 10 to lead PV (13-4), which had its seven-game winning streak snapped. The Lakers shot just 12 of 54 from the floor.

¯ JACKSON-MILTON 59, MOGADORE 26: MOGADORE — The Blue Jays’ defense shut down Mogadore in a nonconference matchup.

The Wildcats didn’t score in double figures in any quarter. Jackson-Milton (18-1) led 23-12 at halftime and pulled away with a big second half. Abby Spalding scored 11 of her 17 in the final two quarters. She also grabbed 10 rebounds to record a double-double. The Blue Jays’ Emily Williams led all scorers with 20 points and also tied for a team-high four assists.

Paige Halliwill paced Mogadore (10-4) with eight points. Jackson-Milton outscored the Wildcats, 36-14, in the final two quarters.