ROUNDUP Newton Falls gets first win of season
The Tigers outscored Liberty 23-13 after halftime.
NEWTON FALLS -- Kortnie Collins scored eight points to lead the Newton Falls High girls basketball team to its first win, 38-31, over Liberty, in a Trumbull Athletic Conference game on Monday.
The Tigers (1-7, 1-3) trailed 18-15 at halftime, but outscored the Leopards 10-7 in the third quarter and 13-6 in the final period.
Liberty (4-6, 0-4) was led by Ashley White, with 15 points, and Michelle Dykes, with 10.
Brookfield 62, Hubbard 27
HUBBARD -- Jacki Rust poured in 22 points to lead Brookfield.
Raquel Brenner and Morgan Bonekovic added 20 and 14 points, respectively, for the Warriors (7-3, 3-1 TAC).
Hubbard's Tressa Scahill tallied seven points.
Girard 41, Lakeview 37
GIRARD -- Cachet Murray finished with game-highs of 25 points and 17 rebounds to help keep Girard (10-0, 4-0 TAC) unbeaten. Murray also had eight steals and eight assists.
Lindsay Whetzel had 11 points for Lakeview.
Crestview 61, Leetonia 27
NEW WATERFORD -- Brianne Phillis poured in 23 points, making two 3-pointers and 7-of-8 free throws, to lead Crestview in a Tri-County League game.
Phillis also had eight boards for the Rebels (7-3, 5-1 TCL), and Elyse Mongillo had six assists.
Leetonia was led by Alison Summers' seven points.
Badger 37, Ledgemont 36
KINSMAN -- Badger made 20-of-28 at the free throw line, including three in the final 15 seconds, which proved to be the game-winning points.
The Braves (5-5) trailed 36-34, before Samantha Bonar and Shannon Sudon combined to go 3-for-4 from the line down the stretch. Bonar led Badger with 12 points.
Rebecca Heller and Katelin Prince both finished with nine points and seven rebounds for Ledgemont (5-3).
Sharon 47, Greenville 28
SHARON -- Brittany Csatlos scored 21 points and Aryn Christman added 13, as Sharon took sole possession of first place in the Mercer County Region 1.
Csatlos also had nine steals and seven assists for the Tigers (8-3, 5-0), and Christman added 10 rebounds.
Kristen Skelly scored 14 points for Greenville (6-4, 4-1).