Bristol nips WRA; Howland girls win

BRISTOL 45, WESTERN RESERVE ACADEMY 43: BRISTOLVILLE — Gage Elza had 12 of his game-high 24 in the fourth quarter to lead the Panthers past the Pioneers.

Elza was 6-of-8 from the foul line in the fourth quarter for Bristol (17-3).

Matt Church added 10 for the Panthers which trailed 34-33 heading to the fourth quarter. Bristol outscored WRA 12-9 in the fourth quarter and 24-18 in the second half.

BROOKFIELD 51, MAPLEWOOD 47: MECCA — Outscoring the Rockets 18-9 in the third quarter was enough to propell Brookfield to a victory.

Brady Reichart led the Warriors scoring 14 points. Gage Emery scored 13.

Leading Maplewood was Hunter Bateswith 15 points. Freshman Conner Steffens scored 10 points.

PYMATUNING VALLEY 81, MINERAL RIDGE 72: MINERAL RIDGE — Jonah Wilkerson had a team-high 18 points to lead four players in double figures as the Lakers got past the Rams with a 27-13 third-quarter advantage. Nick Sapp and Austin Roberts each had 16 points for PV (15-5), while Jacob Saxion added 11.

Koby Zupko led Mineral Ridge (13-9) and all scorers with 35 points, while Jordan Zupko added 13.

CHARDON 71, GRAND VALLEY 51: ORWELL — Malik Mitchell had 21 points in a losing effort to Chardon.

Ashton Zupancic added 14 points for Grand Valley (6-16).


HOWLAND 58, CHANEY 16: HOWLAND — Kayla Clark scored 10 points in the first quarter as her Tigers defeated Youngstown Chaney in the first round of the Division II sectional. Clark led the Tigers scoring 16 points total. Alyssa Pompelia added 11 points. The Tigers held Chaney scoreless in the first quarter, outscoring them 21-0.

CARDINAL MOONEY 96, URSULINE 13: YOUNGSTOWN — The Cardinals outscored Ursuline 20-0 in the first quarter and 31-0 in the third quarter to take down their inner-city rivals. Mooney (15-5) had four players reach double-figures with Alaina Scavina leading scoring 17 points.

Leading scorer for Ursuline (14-6) was Kim Henderson who scored six points.

BRISTOL 37, CHALKER 28: BRISTOLVILLE — The Panthers closed out their regular season with a victory over Northeastern Athletic Conference – Stars rivals Chalker.

Kendyl Switzer and Brenna Rimer led the Panthers (15-7, 12-1 Stars) scoring eight points. Brittany Mooney added seven.

Shae Keeley led both teams, scoring 15 points for the Wildcats (2-16, 1-10 Stars).