Maplewood’s Bell sets career scoring record in win over Southington
MECCA – Allison Bell became Maplewood’s career leader in points in the Rockets’ 56-19 non-conference victory over Southington.
With 11 points, Bell, a senior, overtook Christen Clemson’s mark of 979. Bell now has 981 points.
In the victory, Maplewood’s Brooke Dawson scored nine of her 15 points in the first half. The Rockets (17-3), who host to Lowellville on Monday, outscored Southington 32-9 in the first two quarters. Miranda Sloan also registered 12 points in the win.
Shelby Cameron led Southington with six points.
BADGER 59, HEARTLAND CHRISTIAN 21: KINSMAN – Badger dominated the first half of a non-conference matchup with Heartland Christian.
The Braves’ Cheyanne Dickson scored seven of her nine points and also snatched seven steals in the first quarter, when Badger (6-15) outscored Heartland Christian, 23-2. Harlee Logan led the Braves with 17 points and five rebounds.
Ginny Burgess and Rosealin Morris scored eight points each for Heartland Christian.
AKRON HOBAN 62, URSULINE 41: YOUNGSTOWN – Akron Hoban used a big third-quarter run to beat Ursuline in a non-conference clash.
Allessandra Dickos notched 11 of her game-high 20 points for Hoban (15-5) in the third quarter, when the Knights went on a 24-12 run.
Ursuline (7-13) trailed by only two at the half, but the Fighting Irish were outscored 40-21 in the final two quarters. Tanaya Beacham paced Ursuline with 16 points.
HOWLAND 70, HUBBARD 51: HOWLAND – Howland’s Gabby Cvengros had 20 points, 14 rebounds and 11 blocked shots as she earned her first-ever triple-double in Thursday’s All-American Conference, American Division victory over Hubbard.
Trisha Ginnis led Howland (11-10, 5-5) and all scorers with 23 points.
Julia Clemente paced Hubbard (6-14, 3-6) with 15 points.
Howland travels to Lakeview on Saturday.
JACKSON-MILTON 43, SPRINGFIELD 28: NORTH JACKSON – Paije Kiraly had a game-high 14 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Blue Jays past the Tigers in this Inter Tri-County League, Upper Tier game.
Rebecca Jones added 10 for Jackson-Milton.
Baylee Felger paced Springfield with 14 points.
WELLSVILLE 55, McDONALD 46: WELLSVILLE – Taylor had a game-high 17 points to lead the Tigers past the Blue Devils in ITCL Lower Tier action.
Clendening had 13, Scarabino added 11 and Poweh put in 10 for Wellsville (9-12, 7-7).
Sara Joseph paced McDonald (1-16, 1-13) with 17 points, while Jaydin Stellmar and Brenna Rupe each added 10.
LaBRAE 51, LIBERTY 35: LIBERTY – The Vikings recovered from a slow start to earn an All-American Conference, National Division win.
The Leopards took a three-point lead out of the first quarter, but LaBrae outscored them 40-21 the rest of the way. Ashley Stubbs led the charge for the Vikings, scoring 15 of her game-high 20 points in the final three quarters.
Leah Leshnack paced Liberty with 18 points.
BRISTOL 71, LEDGEMONT 45: THOMPSON – Four Panthers reached double figures as Bristol ran away from Ledgemont in a Northeastern Athletic Conference contest.
Kylie Stoneman paced Bristol (15-5, 9-4) with 27 points, Ally Jones had 14, Megan Adams scored 11 and Abbie Pate added 10. The Panthers made the most of their free-throw opportunities, going 29 of 41 from the charity stripe.
Ameilia led the Redskins with 10 points.
CANFIELD 79, NILES 10: NILES – The Cardinals jumped out to a 16-point lead and never looked back against the Red Dragons.
Canfield had 11 players make the scoresheet, led by Sabrina Mangapora with 18 points. Braley Hale paced Niles with five points.
EAST 53, WARREN G. HARDING: YOUNGSTOWN – The Raiders squandered a 12-point first-quarter lead and lost on the road to the Panthers.
Harding (4-15) struggled scoring in the second and third quarters, equaling its total from the first quarter (18). The Raiders managed to rediscover their offense in the fourth, but East (6-12) kept pace to hold on for the win.
Patrai Murray had a team-high 14 points, while Chmicka Kennedy scored a game-high 17 points for the Panthers.
GIRARD 86, CAMPBELL 14: CAMPBELL – The Indians controlled from start to finish at Campbell in an All-American Conference, National Division game.
Girard’s Bree Bishop dropped 20 points on Campbell, while Miranda Boyle and Holly Clark added 11 and 10 points, respectively. Johnna Villanuvea led the Red Devils with seven points.
BROOKFIELD 53, MATHEWS 37: BROOKFIELD – The Warriors dispatched the Mustangs on Thursday night in a non-conference matchup.
Raeschell Foster led Brookfield (8-9) with 14 points in the winning effort, while Lauren Hawley had 10 points. Dayna Ellis had 11 points for Mathews.
GARFIELD 58, CHAMPION 51: CHAMPION – Garfield made 16 of 22 free throws – and that was just in the fourth quarter – to dispatch Champion on a non-conferrence make-up game.
The G-Men went 26 of 39 from the line for the game. Matt Pratt was a perfect 8 of 8 from the line, including 6 of 6 in the fourth. Garfield took a two-point lead into the fourth quarter and pulled away with free throws. Steven Lambert (15), Fred Maxey (14) and Anthony Workman (10) all scored in double figures.
Champion (2-16) was 18 of 28 from the line for a total of 67 free throws in the game. Clay Hall led all scorers with 20 points. Chris Miller added 15. The Golden Flashes host LaBrae today.
DIVING: AKRON – Warren G. Harding’s Corey Butts and Teddy Arthur are headed to the Division I district at Cleveland State University next week after qualifying Wednesday at the Division I sectional at the Ocasek Natatorium on the University of Akron campus.
Butts placed seventh with a score of 371.10, while Arthur was 12th at 287.95.
Thursday in Division I, Canfield’s Ally Chiu was sixth with a score of 336.90, while Boardman’s Lily Testa was 19th with 291.70. Both advance next week to CSU.