Cash sets another record in narrow win over Brookfield

LORDSTOWN – Sarah Cash became the Lordstown girls’ all-time leading scorer and led the Red Devils to a 33-30 victory over Brookfield on Thursday night.

Cash surpassed the mark of 1,078. She did it in the first quarter when she scored 10 of her game-high 20 points.

It was a low-scoring contest as it was tied at 17 at the half. The only edge Lordstown (10-2) gained was in the third quarter, outscoring the Warriors 9-6.

Tori Thompson paced Brookfield with nine points.

POLAND 55, HUBBARD 38: POLAND – The Bulldogs shot 40.6 percent from the field, including 41.7 percent from beyond the arc to beat the Eagles in this All-American Conference, American Division showdown.

Kasie Serich led the Bulldogs (11-3) with 22 points, and Aleah Hughes was a force on the boards, grabbing seven offensive rebounds and 13 total.

Melissa Thomas led Hubbard with 10 points.

GIRARD 52, LaBRAE 34: GIRARD – The Indians took a 15-point lead into halftime and cruised to a win over the Vikings in an All-American Conference, National Division game.

Girard shot 50 percent inside the arc and drained five 3-pointers. The Indians’ Bree Bishop led all scorers with 16 points, while Miranda Boyle added 10 points.

Maddie Kiser led LaBrae with nine points.

FITCH 67, NILES 6: Niles – It was a rough night for the Red Dragons in an All-American Conference, American Division game against the Falcons.

Megan Morris, Dana Hughes and Braley Hale each had two points. Cassie Custer led Fitch with 12 points.

BRISTOL 55, SOUTHINGTON 29: BRISTOL – The Panthers dropped 30 points on the Wildcats in the first quarter as Bristol pummeled Southington in a Northeastern Athletic Conference, West Division matchup.

Bristol (9-5, 4-4) had four players reach double figures, including Kylie Stoneman with 13 points, Lauren Elza with 12 points and Ally Jones and Abbie Pate with 10 points each.

Southington’s Shelby Cameron led all scorers with 15 points.

LIBERTY 58, CAMPBELL 28: CAMPBELL – The Leopards held the Red Devils to seven points in the first half as Liberty recorded its first conference win of the season.

Leah Leshnack scored 14 of her game-high 21 points in the first half for the Leopards (4-10, 1-6 All-American Conference, National Division), while Liberty’s Rachel Crum scored seven of her 14 points in the first quarter.

Johanna Villanuika led the Red Devils with 11 points, nine of which came in the final quarter.

STRUTHERS 42, HOWLAND 31: STRUTHERS – Howland was able to keep McKenna Shives in check, but that lent for Ashleigh Ryan to score a game-high 17 points to lead the Wildcats in an AAC, American game.

Ryan led Struthers in the first quarter with nine points, as the Wildcats jumped to a 17-7 lead.

The Wildcats are now 10-2 on the season.

Trisha Ginnis was the leader for Howland (7-6, 3-3) with 10 points and three assists. Gabby Cvengros had eight points and six rebounds.

CANFIELD 74, BEAVER LOCAL 17: CANFIELD – The Cardinals thrashed the Beavers from beginning to end in an All-American Conference, American Division game.

The Cardinals held a 31-point lead going into halftime and a 46-point lead going into the final quarter. Abby Baker paced all scorers with 19 points, thanks to four 3-pointers.

Dana Talbott led the Beavers with six points.

UNITED 82, MINERAL RIDGE 26: MINERAL RIDGE – United jumped to a quick lead on the Rams and never looked back in this ITCL, Upper Tier contest.

Four players scored in double digits for United (10-2, 7-0), including Courtney Hydrick with a game-high 21 points.

Peyton Allen led the Rams (1-11, 0-7) with nine points.

URSULINE 45, MOONEY 38: YOUNGSTOWN – Ursuline rallied past its arch-rival Mooney in the fourth quarter thanks to the Cardinals committing eight of its 16 total turnovers in the final stanza.

The Fighting Irish (4-7) trailed Mooney 33-32 entering the fourth, but outscored the Cardinals, 13-5, in the last period. Tanaya Beacham led Ursuline with 17 points, while Sydney Beasley added 13. Each scored four apiece in the fourth quarter.

Ursuline plays host to Magnificat at noon on Saturday.

Jamie DiDiomenico led Mooney (4-6) with 17 points. She was one of eight people to score for the Cardinals.

WELLSVILLE 48, McDONALD 37: McDONALD – Three players scored in double figures for the Tigers in an Inter-Tri County League, Lower Tier victory.

Kallee Powell led the way with 11 for Wellsville, while Sabrina Thompson and Shartec Taylor each netted 10. The Tigers were up by four at halftime and started to pull away in the third quarter, outscoring McDonald, 16-11. Brittany Caldwell scored six of her eight points in the quarter.

Alyssa Streb of McDonald (1-10) notched a double-double with a game-high 15 points and 12 rebounds.

MAPLEWOOD 74, BADGER 37: MECCA – Allison Bell scored a career-high 28 points to lead Maplewood to a Northeastern Athletic Conference, Stars Division victory.

Bell poured in 12 in the second quarter, hitting two 3s, as the Rockets (10-2, 6-0) took a 40-26 lead. They managed to hold Badger to 11 second-half points thanks to a defense that created 22 steals, including 15 in the final two quarters. Miranda Sloan recorded eight steals to go along with 13 points and six assists. Brooke Dawson added 15 points for Maplewood, which plays at Grand Valley on Monday.

JACKSON-MILTON 50, SPRINGFIELD 40: NORTH JACKSON – Rebecca Jones registered a double-double of 20 points and 15 rebounds as the Blue Jays pulled away from Springfield in an Inter-Tri County, Upper Tier clash.

Jackson-Milton (8-4, 3-3) allowed Springfield back into the game after taking a 15-3 first-quarter advantage. Jones scored five in the first frame, while Paije Kiraly added five of her 10. Kiraly also snatched 10 rebounds.

The Blue Jays play at South Range on Monday.

Callie Ford contributed a team-high 17 points for the Tigers. Baylee Felger chipped in 12.