Harding, LaBrae, McDonald girls still unbeaten
WARREN G. HARDING 64, LIBERTY 43: LIBERTY — A 19-3 advantage for Warren G. Harding (3-0) in the third quarter kept the Raiders unbeaten. Liberty (2-1) led 30-29 at halftime, but the Raiders held a 35-13 edge in the second half.
Kamarah Bender led Harding with 23 points and Diamond Phillips added 17.
Liberty was led by Nysa Gilchrist with 15 points and Delia Watson with 13.
LABRAE 55, WINDHAM 20: WINDHAM — The Vikkings (3-0) stayed undefeated behind 14-point performances by Alexis Huscroft and Jenna Reppart. Olivia Williams added eight points for LaBrae which led 18-6, 3-8 and 41-13 at the quarter breaks.
Mackenzie McLean led Windham (2-3) with seven points.
MCDONALD 45, SPRINGFIELD 26: NEW MIDDLETOWN — Sophia Costantino scored 18 points and Molly Howard added 11 as the Blue Devils improved to 3-0 on the young season with two Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference victories.
The Devils’ defense was outstanding, holding the Tigers to six or fewer points in three of the four quarters. McDonald led 9-6, 21-11 and 33-22 at the quarter breaks.
MAPLEWOOD 52, BADGER 45: MECCA — The Rockets (4-1, 2-0 Northeastern Athletic Conference) controlled the lead throughout in their close NAC victory. Maplewood led 8-7 after one quarter, 20-17 at halftime and 36-33 after three quarters before finishing with a 16-12 final quarter.
Marissa Ventura had 14 points and four assists for the Rockets, Madison Murray scored 13 and Heidi Stiffler grabbed 13 rebounds.
adger was led by Kieresten Tricker with 16 points and Madison Rice with 10.
MATHEWS 41, HEARTLAND CHRISTIAN 40, OT: VIENNA — Carlie Pratt had 21 points, six rebounds, three steals and two assists to lead the Mustangs (2-2) in their overtime win. Ashley Deans added 11 points for Mathews.
The Mustangs trailed 22-17 at halftime and 24-19 after a 2-2 score in the third quarter. Mathews rallied to send the game to overtime with a 16-11 fourth quarter, before outscoring the Lions, 6-5, in the overtime period.
LORDSTOWN 49, NEWBURY 40, OT: NEWBURY — Jessica Wilk sank six 3-pointers for a game-high 18 points as the Red Devils improved to 3-2 with an overtime win in their first Northeastern Athletic Conference game of the season. Cady Lickwar added 11 points and Kellee Applegate scored eight, all from the line.
Lordstown trailed 20-12 at halftime but rallied in the second half and outscored the Black Knghts 12-3 in the overtime session.
NEWTON FALLS 59, STRUTHERS 55: STRUTHERS — Bree Hutson led a trio of double-figure scorers as the Tigers (3-1) rallied to beat the Wildcats in the fourth quarter, outscoring Struthers 18-12.
Hutson had a game-high 19 points for Newton Falls, while Libby Barreca had 15 and Madison Haidet added 10.
Emma Elia led Struthers with 17 points, while Trinity Farrar had 14 and Trinity McDowell put in 11.
POLAND 60, BROOKFIELD 28: BROOKFIELD — Sarah Bury had a game-high 21 points as the Bulldogs pulled past the Warriors.
Poland held a 29-10 advantage at halftime.
Audrey Reardon, Bailey Drapola and Anna Reichart each had five points to lead Brookfield (2-1).
JEFFERSON 63, GIRARD 23: JEFFERSON — Hannah Root had game-high 18 points and three 3-points to lead the Falcons past the Indians.
Jefferson held a 31-13 lead at halftime.
Lindsay Cave led Girard (0-3, 0-1 Northeast-8) with eight points.
BRISTOL 49, CHALKER 15: SOUTHINGTON — The Panthers outscored the Wildcats 21-0 in the second quarter to pull past Chalker.
Brenna Rimer and Bella Zirzow each had 12 points to lead Bristol (2-3, 2-0 NAC), while Brittany Mooney added 10.
Madison Karr paced the Wildcats (0-4, 0-2) with five points.
JACKSON-MILTON 61, SEBRING 19: NORTH JACKSON — The Jackson-Milton defense was outstanding holding Sebring to five points through three quarters.
The Blue Jays (2-2, 2-0 Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference) were led by Abigail Spalding who scored 26 points. Courtney Mercer added 11 points and five assistsand Grace McDevitt scored 10 points.
PYMATUNING VALLEY 55, GRAND VALLEY 35: ANDOVER — Ashley Hall scored 24 points and Kendall Baker added eight as Pymatuning Valley (4-1, 3-0 Northeastern Athletic Conference) routed rival Grand Valley (1-2, 1-1).
The Lakers led 13-7 after one quarter, 27-18 at halftime and 43-28 after three quarters.
Alexis Mahaffey led the Mustangs with 12 points and Genesis Foltz scored 10.
WESTERN RESERVE 83, MINERAL RIDGE 34: MINERAL RIDGE — Danielle Vuletich had a game-high 25 points to lead the Blue Devils past the Rams.
Laura Sigworth had 13 points, while Alyssa Serensky added 12 for Western Reserve, which led 47-11 at halftime.
Candice Miller led Mineral Ridge with 13 points.