Win puts South Range in ICL lead
Springfield Local defeated Mathews, 75-27.
NORTH LIMA -- The South Range High girls basketball team moved into sole possession of first place in the Inter-County League as it defeated McDonald 54-23 on Thursday.
The Raiders benefited by Western Reserve's 51-47 loss to Lowellville.
Crystal Schuler led the Raiders (17-1, 11-1) with 20 points, and she grabbed six rebounds and had eight steals.
Jessie Clayton pulled down seven rebounds and had six assists. South Range had a 28-19 advantage in rebounds.
Sara Toth sparked the Blue Devils (2-15, 1-10) with 10 points.
Springfield 75, Mathews 27: NEW MIDDLETOWN -- Freshman Lindsay Johnson scored a game-high 21 points for Springfield. Sarah Fannon added 13 points and Talley Felger 10 for the Tigers (10-7, 8-3).
Meghan Wood also had eight points and eight rebounds for Springfield, while Jessica Snyder made four steals.
Tara Ford scored eight points to lead Mathews (3-13, 2-10).
Mineral Ridge 62, Jackson-Milton 36: MINERAL RIDGE -- Mineral Ridge (11-7, 7-5) rolled to a commanding 33-15 lead by intermission.
Tiffany Hack and Dariana Casado led the Rams with 18 and 12 points, respectively. Casado pulled down 11 rebounds, and Danielle Bako had five steals.
Jessica Hemphill led the Bluejays (2-16, 1-11) with nine points, and she grabbed eight rebounds.
Crestview 45, East Palestine 35: EAST PALESTINE -- Katie Kibby scored eight of her 12 points in the first quarter when the Rebels raced out to an 18-9 lead.
Ashleigh Parker scored 13 points and Kibby pulled in 11 rebounds for Crestview (10-8, 7-5 Tri-County League), which has won three in a row.
Sam McKay scored 10 points and Ashley Martin tacked on seven rebounds for East Palestine (11-7, 7-5).
Lisbon 37, Sebring 34: LISBON -- Kelly Flory collected 10 points, five steals and three assists for the Blue Devils (13-5, 8-4 TCL).
Kim Brunie had 11 points for the Trojans (4-14, 2-10).