Hubbard won to keep pace with Girard in the Trumbull Athletic Conference.
WARREN -- Kim Buhro, a 5-foot-9 senior forward, scored a career-high 34 points to lead the Austintown Fitch High girls basketball team to a 69-50 victory over Warren Harding in a Steel Valley Conference game Thursday.
Buhro connected on 13-of-21 field goals. She grabbed 11 rebounds, had seven steals and three assists.
The 34 points by Buhro tied for the third-highest single game output in school history.
It was the second time this season that the Falcons (10-7, 3-3 SVC) defeated the Raiders (5-11, 1-6), and it was the first time in eight years that Fitch beat Harding in Warren.
Cassie Williams chipped in with 13 points for the Falcons, while teammate Katie McDermott added 12 and she pulled down 14 rebounds. Fitch had a 36-33 board advantage.
Leigh Carlson paced Warren Harding with 13 points, eight rebounds and three steals. Desirae Jenkins chipped in with 12 points.
Hubbard 66, Brookfield 46: BROOKFIELD -- Junior Katy Jo Mroski had a big first half as Hubbard remained tied for first place in the Trumbull Athletic Conference.
Mroski scored 19 of her 26 points before the break when the Eagles (15-2, 12-1 TAC) jumped out to a 40-9 lead.
Mroski added 17 rebounds for the Eagles, who have won 13 in a row.
Jamie Duvall also scored 10 points for the Eagles.
Holly Demay led the Warriors (5-11, 3-11) with 19 points, while Raquel Brenner had five rebounds.
Newton Falls 51, Lakeview 48: CORTLAND -- Newton Falls, behind 35-26 after three quarters, out-scored Lakeview 25-13 in the final period of the TAC game.
With 1 minute, 30 seconds remaining, Megan McElray connected on a 3-pointer to put the Tigers ahead (45-44) for good.
She sparked the Tigers (13-4, 9-4) with 21 points, which included six 3-point baskets, three of them in the fourth quarter.
Desiree Sterling chipped in with 15 points.
Natalie Sudzina led the Bulldogs (6-10, 4-8), while Megan McBride added 11. Amy Harrison pulled down 13 rebounds and Lawreace Robinson had five assists.
Warren JFK 61, Campbell 31: WARREN -- Ten players scored as Warren JFK routed Campbell.
Krystal Naples and Sarah McNeil each scored 13 points for the Eagles (12-5), who made 15-of-20 free throws.
Tierra McIntosh led Campbell (5-11) with 10 points.