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Fryer scores 37 in loss; Girard nips Eagles

¯ GIRARD 34, HUBBARD 31: GIRARD — Girard’s second half play was just enough to get past Hubbard in a nailbiting victory.

After trailing at the break 22-13, the Indians outscored Hubbard 14-6 in the third quarter to push back and sealed the deal in the fourth, outscoring them 7-3.

Marissa Cave led Girard with 11 points.

Maddy McCann scored a game-high 14 points for the Eagles.

¯ JEFFERSON 51, NILES 47: NILES — Aneziah Fryer had a career performance, but it wasn’t enough as the Red Dragons fall to Jefferson.

Fryer scored a career-high 37 points for Niles and is closing in on 1,000 career points. Fryer only needs 77 more points to reach the milestone.

Both teams were in a tight battle all game, but Jefferson pulled away in the third quarter, outscoring the Red Dragons by eight.

Fryer’s next opportunity to move toward the 1,000-point mark is Thursday against Hubbard.

¯ McDONALD 60, LOWELLVILLE 32: McDONALD — The Blue Devils built up a comfortable lead at halftime but kept their feet on the gas in a big win over Lowellville.

McDonald led 37-21, but outscored the Rockets 15-4 in the third quarter to continue to pull away.

Molly Howard led the Blue Devils with 20 points and Sophia Constantino had 16. Brooke Lewis added 10 points.

Samantha Moore led Lowellville with 13 points.

¯ STRUTHERS 47, LAKEVIEW 27: CORTLAND — Renee Leonard scored 14 points for the Wildcats in a league win over Lakeview.

Leonard’s 14 points was a game-high with Chlose Neider following behind with eight.

The Struthers offense scored 17 points in the second quarter and 12 in the third while holding Lakeview to a combined 14 points across the middle quarters.

Maggie Pavlansky led the Bulldogs with 13.

¯ MATHEWS 53, WINDHAM 49: WINDHAM — Mya McGregor pulled down 16 rebounds and took 15 shots from the free throw line to push the Mustangs past Windham.

McGregor scored a team-high 20 points and scored 14 of those points from the free throw line. Bella Greenwood scored 13 points and Ashley Deans added 10.

Leading for the Bombers was Zahra Cunningham who scored 23 points and Paige Collins with 13.

Mathews outscored Windham 24-9 in the fourth quarter to come back and get the win.

¯ PYMATUNING VALLEY 46, CHALKER 20: SOUTHINGTON — Kendall Baker led the Lakers with 19 points in a big win over Chalker.

Pymatuning Valley’s offense took a bit to take off, only scoring 19 points in the first half, but once they did the Lakers dominated, scoring 19 points in the third quarter while holding the Wildcats to four.

Morgan Sharpe scored nine points, all of which coming from beyond the arc.

Mia Russomanno led Chalker with six points.

¯ BRISTOL 59, LORDSTOWN 17: BRISTOLVILLE — Bella Zirzow scored 29 points for the Panthers in a rout of Lordstown.

Bristol stormed out of the gates, scoring 39 points in the first half. After holding a 39-11 lead at halftime, the Panthers outscored the Red Devils 16-2 in the third quarter.

Zirzow’s 29 points led the team with Jaylyn Mullenax adding 14.

¯ MAPLEWOOD 68, NEWBURY 24: NEWBURY — Marissa Ventura scored 26 points as the Rockets get a big win against Newbury.

Ventura’s 26 points was a game-high and Brooke Smith added 11. Madison Murray and Emily Kohlmorgan each added nine.

The Rockets outscored Newbury 16-0 in the third quarter and 18-8 in the fourth.

¯ MINERAL RIDGE 65, SEBRING 39: SEBRING — The Mineral Ridge offense proved to be too much for the Trojans as they beat Sebring in a Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference showdown.

Alexa Harkins led the Rams with 18 points, Fran Kesner scored 12 and Candice Miller added 10.

The Rams held a 38-16 lead at the half and continued to pour it on, adding 29 more points.

¯ CARDINAL MOONEY 54, NEWTON FALLS 16: NEWTON FALLS — Caitie Perry had seven of her game-high 15 points in the third quarter as the Cardinals blanked the Tigers, 17-0.

Katie Hough and Alaina Scavina each had 10 for Cardnal Mooney (8-5), which outscored Newton Falls 29-7 in the second and fourth quarters combined. The Tigers were held without a field goal in the second half.

Newton Falls (8-5) had a 9-8 lead after the first quarter and was led by Bree Hutson with eight points.

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