PREP BASKETBALL Thursday’s other games


PREP BASKETBALL Thursday’s other games

South Range 48, Springfield 33

NORTH LIMA — The unbeaten Raiders (8-0, 4-0 Inter Tri-County League Tier One), leading 26-22 at the end of the third quarter, outscored the Tigers (3-4, 1-3) 22-11 in the final period. Autumn Carter led the Raiders with 17 points. Alicia Withers added 11. Andria Lyons and Ashley Davis each scored seven points for the Tigers.

Lisbon 50, Mineral Ridge 33

LISBON — Mindy Jackson’s 14 points, seven rebounds and three steals led the Blue Devils (6-1, 3-1 ITCL Tier One). Megan Reynolds scored 13 points while Erica Snoddy pulled down seven rebounds. For the Rams, Heather Reinhart scored 14 points and Nicole Honsaker had seven rebounds.

United 47, East Palestine 34

HANOVERTON — The Golden Eagles (5-2, 3-1 ITCL Tier One) built a 35-23 lead heading into the fourth quarter and the Bulldogs (1-3, 1-3) couldn’t catch up. Maggie Sell scored 18 points for United and Courtney Baker added 10. Logan Guy led the Bulldogs with 11 points.

McDonald 52, Lowellville 49, OT

LOWELLVILLE — McDonald won the showdown between the last two unbeatens in the ITCL Tier Two by outscoring the Rockets 6-3 in the extra period. Joh’Vonnie Mosely scored 13 points to lead the Blue Devils (8-0, 4-0) and Emily Dolsak added 12. Lowellville (3-5, 3-1) was led by Whitney Palumbo and Alison Grapevine with 10 points each. Grapevine also had 18 rebounds and Palumbo had five assists.

Leetonia 46, Western Reserve 33

LEETONIA — The Bears (6-2, 3-1 ITCL Tier Two) pulled away with an 18-8 advantage in the fourth quarter. Lynsie Davis and Clarissa Perkins led a balanced Leetonia attack with 12 and 10 points, respectively, and Perkins added eight rebounds. Melissa Burky scored 10 points, including two 3-pointers, for the Blue Devils (2-6, 2-2).

Sebring 47, Jackson-Milton 39

NORTH JACKSON — Julia Grimsley led the Trojans (3-2, 2-2 ITCL Tier Two) with 17 points. Jill Bragg scored 10 while Megan Allcorn had nine. Allcorn had 12 rebounds and Bragg eight. For the Bluejays (1-7, 0-4), Alyssa Chine scored 12 points and Alley Wiseman had 10 rebounds.

Wellsville 43, Southern 34

WELLSVILLE — P.J. Williams tossed in 12 points and added six rebounds and three assists as Wellsville (3-5, 2-2) held off Southern. Mikelle Williams added 12 points and four steals while Marie Keller also had six rebounds for the winners who led 33-19 after three quarters. Southern dropped to 1-6, 0-4 in the ITCL’s Tier Two.

Lakeview 55, Champion 35

CHAMPION — Joanna Novotny scored 28 points to lead the Bulldogs (2-4, 1-1 Trumbull Athletic Conference). For the Golden Flashes (0-7, 0-2), Erika Stevens scored 12 points while Heather Beachy scored nine points and pulled down eight rebounds.

LaBrae 48, Newton Falls 41

LEAVITTSBURG — The Vikings (5-2, 2-0 TAC), behind 30-28 at the end of the third quarter, outscored the Tigers (3-3, 1-1) 20-11 in the final eight minutes. Angelica Pugh scored 23 points for the Vikings. Kelsey McGregor chipped in with nine. Jaci Dach scored a game-high 25 points for the Tigers.

Liberty 46, Girard 22

LIBERTY — After taking a 26-20 lead through three quarters, Liberty (4-3, 1-1 TAC) outscored Girard (0-7, 0-2) 28-2 in the fourth period. Brittany Armour scored 16 points and she had six rebounds, four steals and three assists for the Leopards. Melissa Dykes added nine points and she had eight steals. Emily Smerchansky scored nine points to pace the Indians (0-7, 0-2).

Maplewood 41, Lordstown 31

LORDSTOWN — Leah Dean scored 18 points as the Rockets remained unbeaten in the Northeastern Athletic Conference. Michelle Sloan scored 10 points and made four assists for Maplewood (10-0, 3-0). For the Red Devils, Lindsey Harrison scored 11 points.

Mathews 68, Badger 21

KINSMAN — Carly Roscoe and Allie Stein led the Mustangs (6-1, 3-0 NAC) with 14 and 10 points. Kelsi Kramar and Amelia Derawat each had six points for the Braves (1-7, 0-3).

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