LaBrae tops Bristol
¯ LaBRAE 42, BRISTOL 29: LEAVITTSBURG — Eight Vikings reached the scoring column to help the hosts offset a 17-point effort rom Bristol’s Brittany Mooney in a non-league contest. Laura McCoy scored 10 points and Lenox McConaughey supplied nine points to lead LaBrae, which led 22-12 at halftime. Bella Zizrow, with four points, was Bristol’s second-leading scorer.
¯ MATHEWS 31, NEWBURY 30: VIENNA — Bella Greenwood hit a clutch free throw, and the Mustangs held off Newbury in a Northeastern Athletic Conference game. Greenwood made the front end of a 1-and-1 with 10 seconds left for a 31-30 lead. After a scrum for the ball following the second free throw, Newbury eventually had an inbound pass with 1 second left, and Ashley Deans stole the ball to secure the victory. Greenwood scored a game-high 16 points
¯ McDONALD 46, WATERLOO 22: ATWATER — Molly Howard scored seven of her game-high 22 in the second quarter, when McDonald pulled away from the Vikings in a Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference contest. The Blue Devils (4-0, 2-0) led by just four after one quarter, but they held a 10-3 advantage in the second quarter and never looked back. Howard was the only McDonald player to score in double figures. The Blue Devils never allowed Waterloo to score in double digits in any quarter.
¯ PYMATUNING VALLEY 60, LORDSTOWN 12: LORDSTOWN — Pymatuning Valley’s defense stifled the Red Devils in a Northeastern Athletic Conference matchup. Hayley Roberts led the PV offense with a game-high 21 points. She was 7-of-9 from the free-throw line. Ellie Strona added 14 for the Lakers.
Ava Spano led Lordstown with five points.
¯ MINERAL RIDGE 51, LOWELLVILLE 35: MINERAL RIDGE — A strong second quarter helped the Rams distance themselves from Lowellville in a Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference matchup. Mineral Ridge led, 12-10, after one quarter and then went on a 14-5 run going into halftime. Alexa Harkins scored 12 of her game-high 16 in the second half for the Rams (2-1). Candice Miller added 15, and Fran Kesner contributed 14.
¯ GIRARD 42, HUBBARD 35: HUBBARD — Girard pulled away with a strong fourth quarter to claim this Northeast-8 Conference clash.
Marissa Cave scored five of her team-high 14 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Indians (2-3, 2-0). The Indians held a slim 21-17 halftime lead and outscored the Eagles, 12-7, in the third quarter.
Maddy McCann led Hubbard (0-3, 0-2) with 10 points. Jackie Adler made the game’s only 3-pointers, sinking three for nine points.