Spartans top WGH; Mathews, Mooney win


¯ BOARDMAN 65, WARREN G. HARDING 61: BOARDMAN — Boardman got a much-needed win against Warren G. Harding in All-American Conference Red Tier play.

Boardman (7-12, 3-9) was led by Raegan Burky with 24 points while Katie Stamp finished with nine points and nine rebouds. Cate Green had five assists and six steals for the Spartans.

Harding (12-8, 5-7) was led by Indea Phillips with 17 points and 12 rebounds. Kamarah Bender also halped with 14 points, six assists and five steals.

Harding outrebounded Boardman, 43-32, but were outscored in the first quarter, 18-9, which was the difference.

¯ MATHEWS 43, GRAND VALLEY 40: ORWELL — Mathews got the win over Grand Valley in the battle of the Mustangs in Northeastern Athletic Conference play.

Mathews (11-8, 8-4) led 21-20 at halftime. Mathews was led by Emily Strama with 11 points while both Cara Bornemiss and Carlie Pratt had nine points each.

Grand Valley (6-13, 4-9) was led by Dani Shreve with 11 points and 11 rebounds as GV outrebounded Mathews, 37-31.

¯ CARDINAL MOONEY 50, SOUTH RANGE 48: YOUNGSTOWN — Camden Hergenrother hit a 15-foot jump shot with about 10 seconds left to propel Cardinal Mooney to a win against South Range.

Mooney (12-8) was led by Hergenrother with 18 points while Carolyn Kay had eight points.

South Range was led by Maddie Durkin with 15 points while both Izzy Lamparty and Samantha Patrone had nine points apiece.

¯ COLUMBIANA 36, JACKSON-MILTON 23: COLUMBIANA — Columbiana used a strong defensive second quarter to defeat Jackson-Milton in non-conference play.

Columbiana (20-1) was led by Kayla Muslovski with 13 points. Columbiana was outrebounded, 28-23.

Jackson-Milton (18-2) was led by both Emily Williams and Michaelina Terranova with six points. Terranova tied the school record for career points with those six.

Columbiana finished with more steals with 18 to the Blue Jays 16.

¯ WESTERN RESERVE 57, CRESTVIEW 43: BERLIN CENTER — Western Reserve finished the year with a win over Crestview in non-conference play.

Western Reserve (16-6) was led by Laura Sigworth and Erica DeZee who both hit three 3-pointers and had 11 points. Alexis Hughes finished with eight points, 14 rebounds, six assists and four steals.

Crestview was led by Krista Perry with 14 points with the Rebels lone 3-pointers.

¯ MINERAL RIDGE 60, HEARTLAND CHRISTIAN 40: MINERAL RIDGE — Mineral Ridge got a win in its last game of the regular season against Heartland Christian.

Mineral Ridge (11-11) was led by Alexa Harkins with 22 points and Noelle Bukovina with nine points.

Heartland Christian was led by Sydney Ogden with 23 points including both of the Lions’ 3-pointers.

¯ PYMATUNING VALLEY 74, BADGER 52: VERNON — Pymatuning Valley got a big road win over Badger in Northeastern Athletic Conference play.

Pymatuning Valley (14-4, 12-0) was led by Madison Hurst with 24 points and Ashley Hall with 16 points.

Badger (12-8, 7-5) was led by Chloe Flowers with a career-high 21 points and Hayley Mott with 14 points.

Badger lost despite hitting six threes to PV’s five.

¯ BROOKFIELD 63, HUBBARD 39: HUBBARD — Dana Sydlowski sparked a big first half for the Warriors, who won their 11th straight with a dominant victory over Hubbard.

Sydlowski scored all 12 of her points in the first half, when Brookfield (15-3) took a 30-10 lead. The Warriors’ Bailey Drapola led all scorers with 20 points, and Tori Sheehan put in 15 more.

Destiny Watson paced the Eagles (5-16) with 12 points. Madison Casey added 10.

¯ OUR LADY OF THE ELMS 38, MAPLEWOOD 37, OT: MECCA — Our Lady of the Elms made 7-of-12 free throws in overtime to hold off Maplewood in a nonconference tilt.

Maplewood (6-13) had a couple chances in both regulation and overtime to take the lead but couldn’t connect. Heidi Stiffler scoerd 16 to pace the Rockets, who shot 14-58 from the field.

¯ CHAMPION 54, JEFFERSON 39: JEFFERSON — Champion had three players score in double figures in a non-tier victory over the Falcons

Megan Turner scored a game-high 18 for the Golden Flashes (16-3). Abby White (13 points) and Emma Gumont (10) also reached double figures. Hite scored 11 of her’s in the first half, and Gumont put in eight more in the first quarters, when Champion took a 30-21 lead.

Maddy Hitchcock and Hannah Root each scored 12 for Jefferson (10-11).

¯ WINDHAM 44, NEWBURY 42: WINDHAM — Windham defeated Newbury in Northeastern Athletic Conference play in overtime.

Windham (3-15, 1-10) was led by Ashlyn Riggs 11 and Cheyenne Wallace had eight points with nine rebounds.

Newbury (4-14, 1-7) was led by Hannah Grubbs with 20 points while Haley Hamilton had six points with seven rebounds.


¯ CHALKER 58, BLOOMFIELD 22: NORTH BLOOMFIELD — Chalker got a road win over Bloomfield in Northeastern Athletic Conference.

Chalker was led by Lucas Wilson with 12 points, Joe McCafferty with 12 points and Aidan Ricks with 11 points.

Bloomfield was led by Cameron Park with 18 points.