GIRLS DISTRICT ROUNDUP Zunic's 18 boosts Canfield over Niles
Bryanne Halfhill added 12 as the Cardinals won a MAC game.
NILES -- Stephanie Zunic scored 18 points and Canfield High got off to a fast start in defeating Niles, 59-38, in a Metro Athletic Conference girls basketball game Monday night.
Bryanne Halfhill added 12 points for the Cardinals (11-5, 7-1 MAC), who led 28-8 after the first quarter.
Tyler Fridley scored nine points to pace Niles (1-15, 0-9).
Fitch 76, Wilson 30
AUSTINTOWN -- Fitch also jumped out to a quick lead -- 23-3 after the first quarter -- in a non-conference game.
Krista Mays scored 18 points for the Falcons (8-9), while Alexis Hall added 10 and Kaitlin O'Patchen nine.
Wilson (2-17) was led by Melissa Mills, who scored 10 points.
Warren JFK 66, Campbell 34
CAMPBELL -- Aarika Knepp scored 19 points and pulled down 15 rebounds, both game highs, to lead JFK in a non-conference game.
Alyssa Chaves added 14 points for the Eagles (9-8), who led 20-8 after one quarter and 38-18 at halftime.
Katie Piacquadio finished with nine points for JFK.
Campbell (2-15) was led by Sophia Brown, who scored 11 points and was 5-for-7 at the foul line.
Cylvia Trikilis scored eight points for the Red Devils and Maria Rohan had five rebounds.
Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 74, Rayen 66
AKRON -- Taniesha Holland scored 29 points, but Rayen lost for just the third time.
Rayen (14-3) led 15-10 after the first quarter, 32-26 at halftime and 54-52 after three periods, but the Irish rallied with a 22-10 edge over the final eight minutes.
Rilonda Neal scored 20 points for the Tigers and Kenysha Tennant added eight points.
Kara Murphy scored 29 points to lead St. Vincent-St. Mary (11-6), while Ashley Ciarrochi scored 25.
Warren Harding 84,Ashtabula Lakeside 22
WARREN -- Desirae Jenkins poured in 29 points for Warren Harding.
Janine McDonald added 11 points and a team-high seven rebounds for the Raiders (7-10), who bolted to a 26-5 lead after one quarter and put the game away with a 22-3 edge in the third period.
Kayla Sparks had nine points, while Kacie Wooding finished with eight points, five assists and four steals.