GIRLS BASKETBALL Jenkins leads Harding to fifth straight
Amber Bland scored 51 points as Boardman routed Uniontown Lake.
WARREN -- Desirae Jenkins scored seven of her 19 points in the fourth quarter as the visiting Warren Harding High girls basketball team outscored Hubbard 18-8 in the final period to pull away for a 52-40 non-league victory on Saturday.
Erika Molden added eight points for the Raiders (5-2), who have won five straight.
Loni Sargent had 16 points and Lynle Cornell added 11 for the Eagles (4-3).
Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 47, Mooney 40
YOUNGSTOWN -- Kellyn Murphy had 12 points, while her sisters Kara (11 points) and Katie (10 points) also hit double figures.
St. Vincent-St. Mary (5-4) had a 15-point lead entering the fourth quarter.
Amber Bodrick had 12 points and Gina Brunetti added eight for Mooney (2-6).
Rayen 76, Canton Timken 46
CANTON -- Rilonda Neal scored a career-high 24 points to go along with seven rebounds to lead Rayen in its City Series opener.
Taniesha Holland added 26 points, five steals and nine assists for the Tigers (3-6, 1-0), while Kenysha Tennant had 10 points.
Chaney 65, Campbell 29
YOUNGSTOWN -- Courtney Williams, a junior small forward, made 10 of 13 goals for 20 points to lead Chaney' (2-7).
Williams had 16 of her points in the third quarter. Junior forward Quiana Faison had nine of Chaney's 33 rebounds.
Kristin Grachanin and Samantha Jackson had eight and seven points, respectively, for Campbell.
Boardman 106,Uniontown Lake 30
BOARDMAN -- Amber Bland poured in 51 points to lead Boardman's eighth-straight victory and third in the Federal League.
Diane Snyder and Emily Hays added 15 and 13 points, respectively, for the Spartans.
Beaver Local 50, South Range 48
NORTH LIMA -- Rachel McCoy scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead Beaver Local.
Tara Hambleton added 17 points for Beavers.
Kelly Skrinyer scored 22 points, including a school-record six 3-point goals, to lead South Range.
Jodi James contributed eight rebounds and four points for the Raiders.
United 66, Lordstown 17
LORDSTOWN -- Krista Reeder scored 12 points and Emmy Plosko added 11 to lead United (5-2).
Jen Bennett scored five points for Lordstown (1-6).