Salem wins, 42-25, at Struthers High

Fitch's Kayla Hanuschak had 11 points in a 66-27 loss to Canton McKinley.
STRUTHERS -- The Salem High girls basketball team limited Struthers to two points in the first quarter and one in the fourth as it posted a 42-25 victory Wednesday in a Metro Athletic Conference game in the Struthers Field House.
The low-scoring first half had the Quakers (6-2, 2-1) ahead 17-10 at intermission.
Although there wasn't anybody in double figures, Katie Scullion and Kasey Wolfgang paced the Quakers' balanced scoring attack with eight points apiece.
Natalie Davidson, Amy Scullion and Leah Perry each had six.
Dana Mathews led the Wildcats (3-5, 0-2) with a game-high nine points.
Canton McKinley 66, Fitch 27
AUSTINTOWN -- The tough Bulldogs' (7-4) defense limited the Falcons (2-8, 0-3 Federal League) to six points in each of the first three quarters in building a commanding 48-18 lead.
Orianeriea Kirksey and Bianca Hooten sparked the Bulldogs with 20 and 17 points, respectively.
Kayla Hanuschak led the Falcons with 11 points.
Ledgemont 45,Youngstown Christian 38
YOUNGSTOWN -- Ledgemont's Katelyn Prince and Youngstown Christian's Kara Cooper both had 21 points, but Prince's team made 19 of 42 goals to Youngstown's 11 of 41 in the East Suburban Conference game.
The outcome returned Ledgemont to the winning column after the visitors (5-1, 2-0 ESC) started 4-0 before losing most recently to Southington.
Prince is seven points shy of 1,000 for her career.
Youngstown pulled within six points in the fourth quarter after trailing at halftime, 24-14.
The Eagles made six free throws in the final quarter, but missed 17 other attempts.
While Cooper, a junior guard, equaled Prince in points, teammate Vickie Bankhead grabbed 10 rebounds for the Eagles.
Southeast 58, Norton 49
RAVENNA -- Lindsay Speidal and Megan Wain each scored 17 and 16 in the leading the Pirates to victory.
Jenna Edwards and Jessica Weizer led Norton with 12 and 11, respectively.

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