Bristol’s Jones picks up 17th double-double in win

BRISTOLVILLE – Allyson Jones had 18 points, 15 rebounds and five blocked shots to lead the Panthers past the G-Men, 47-40. It was her 17th double-double of the season, leading Bristol to its fourth straight win.

Stoneman had 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Panthers (12-5).

Jackie Tabor led Garfield with 14 points.

Thursday, Bristol hosts Lordstown.

CANFIELD 63, STRUTHERS 34: CANFIELD – The Cardinals outscored the Wildcats 39-11 in the second half to win the battle of the All-American Conference’s best teams.

Canfield (14-1, 7-0 AAC American Division) were led by Sabrina Mangapora with 18 points. Rachel Tinkey had 13, while Abby Baker put in 11.

Brittaney Zupko led Struthers (12-4, 5-2) with 10 points.

SOUTHEAST 75, LAKE CENTER CHRISTIAN 33: PALMYRA – Brittany Butcher led Southeast with 21 points, while Shayna White added 13.

Katie Petridis put in 10 for the Pirates.

Myers led Lake Center Christian with 11 points.

MINERAL RIDGE 56, SOUTHINGTON 49: SOUTHINGTON – The Rams broke a 12-game losing streak as they beat the Wildcats.

Mineral Ridge (2-13) went 7 of 11 from the line in the fourth quarter to pull away from Southington (3-11).

Peyton Allen had seven of her 14 points in the fourth.

Alyssa Harken scored nine of her game-high 18 points in the third quarter, while Adrianna Reese added 12.

Amber Dietz led Southington with 10 points.

Southington hosts Newbury on Wednesday, while Mineral Ridge is at South Range on Thursday.

WARREN G. HARDING 50, BEDFORD 43: BEDFORD – The Harding girls basketball team hit the road and chalked up their third win of the season against Bedford.

Harding (3-11) jumped out to a 13-9 first quarter lead and increased their lead by using a 12-7 third quarter. Free throws hurt Bedford, making only 7 of 20.

Patrai Murray led Harding with 13 points, hitting three 3-pointers in the win. Chelsea Diapaolo added 11 and Maya Bell chipped in with 10.

Danielle Chambers and Taylor Stevens were the scoring leaders for Bedford as they both scored 10.

JACKSON-MILTON 35, GIRARD 33: NORTH JACKSON – Jackson-Milton tip-toed its way to a win over Girard.

Jackson-Milton was leading by 12 points going into the fourth quarter, and Girard made things interesting by outscoring the Blue Jays 20-10 in the period. Unfortunately for Girard, its comeback fell short.

Zaina Shali and Rebecca Jones led Jackson-Milton, each scoring eight points. Girard’s Miranda Boyle was the game’s leading scorer with 19 points.

YOUNGSTOWN CHRISTIAN 70, HUBBARD 46: HUBBARD – It was a close game in the first half between Youngstown Christian and Hubbard. The second half was a different story.

Youngstown Christian led 32-29 at the half. Youngstown Christian used a 20-5 third quarter to propel themselves to the victory.

Shannell Harris led Youngstown Christian to the victory scoring 19 points. Destinee Snyder scored 14 and Natalie Hoelzel tallied 13 for the Eagles. Hubbard’s Alena Burzynski had a team-high 14 points. Emily Manion poured in 11 in the losing effort.

LOWELLVILLE 63, BADGER 41: LOWELLVILLE -Lowellville had a hot first quarter and was able to get their 13th win of the season against Badger.

Lowellville (13-2) was up 22-7 after the first quarter as Badger was unable to mount a comeback.

Lowellville was led by Kaye Solak as she scored 18 points. Rachel Durbin scored 17 and Maddie Opritza added 11 for the Rockets.

Taylor Kramar put up 12 points for Badger, Brandi Nitch added eight points for the Braves.

GRAND VALLEY 54, St. John 25: ASHTABULA – Grand Valley had the lead from the start of the first and cruised to their 12th win of the season.

Grand Valley (12-5 3-5 NAC) led 34-17 at halftime and held St. John (7-7) to just eight points in the second half

Chris Futty posted a double-double for Grand Valley, scoring 15 points and grabbing 13 rebounds. Jessica Vormelker scored 13 and dished out six assists for the Mustangs.

Emily Powers led St. John with eight points and grabbed eight rebounds in the loss.

ST. JOSEPH ACADEMY 68, URSULINE 48: YOUNGSTOWN – St. Joseph Academy jumped out to a seven point first lead and never lost that lead.

St. Joseph was up 16-9 after the first quarter and outscored Ursuline 21-10 in the third quarter to create a bigger deficit for the Irish.

St. Joseph (15-1) was led by Greta Burry and Brittany Morrison as they both scored 14 points. Ursuline (5-10) was led by Tanaya Beacham as she scored 18 points.


MAPLEWOOD 73, GRAND RIVER ACADEMY 66: MECCA -Maplewood notched up its 11th win of the season in a battle against Grand River Academy

The game was tied after one, but Maplewood outscored Grand River by 15 total points in the second and third quarters to put the deficit out of reach.

Nate Spitler shined for Maplewood as he scored 29 points, hitting five 3-pointers in the win. Luke Evan added 14 and Ethan Obradovich scored 10 for the Rockets.

Grand River’s Houston Dugan scored a game-high 30 points. D.J. Lewis chipped in with 10.