ROUNDUP Dicello's basket gives E. Palestine 42-40 win
Jessica DeVille's 25 points led Leetonia to victory.
EAST PALESTINE -- Samantha Dicello hit a 5-foot shot at the buzzer to give the East Palestine High girls basketball team a 42-40 victory over South Range Thursday in a non-league game.
The Bulldogs (1-1) were behind 40-33 with 1 minute, 6 seconds remaining.
Dicello made the deciding shot after East Palestine forced a turnover with five seconds to go.
Krystin Benkowski paced the Bulldogs with 11 points.
Kelly Skrinyer led the Raiders (0-2) with 13 points.
Leetonia 64, Western Reserve 40
BERLIN CENTER -- Jessica Deville scored 25 points and Alison Summers added 13 for Leetonia.
The Bears built a 31-15 lead at the intermission.
Deville pulled down 14 of the Bears' 39 rebounds and she also had four steals.
Lindsey Wentzel paced the Blue Devils (1-1) with 11 points.
Columbiana 50, Lowellville 49
COLUMBIANA -- Lisa Simon had 14 points and nine rebounds for the Clippers (2-0), while Whitney Goist added 11 points.
The Rockets (1-1) got 15 points from Amanda Nero, and Christa Flora added 12 points and Rebecca Basista eight rebounds.
United 45, Minerva 37
HANOVERTON -- Trista Houck had 17 points, 13 rebounds and two blocks as United overcame 25 turnovers to beat Minerva.
Ashley Bergman also grabbed nine of the Golden Eagles' 40 rebounds, and she added three steals.
Springfield 84, Campbell Memorial 12
NEW MIDDLETOWN -- Springfield put four players in double figures.
Angelina Fiumara scored a team-high 19 points and added eight steals.
She was backed by Lindsay Johnson's 17 points, Samantha Cavalier's 15 and Danielle DeWitt's 12.
Carrie Davis grabbed 13 rebounds, while Sarah Fannon had 10 for the Tigers (2-0).
Sophia Brown had four points for Campbell (0-2).
Mineral Ridge 55, Pymatuning Valley 49
MINERAL RIDGE -- The Rams (1-2) put three players in double figures to defeat Pymatuning Valley (1-2).
Brandy Hall scored a team-high 14 points, while Sarah Stark and Rachel Siler each added 10 points.
Jenna Hinks grabbed 11 of Mineral Ridge's 32 rebounds.