Canfield 73, Hubbard 37
Andrew Midgley, Cole Pryjma and Jarret Vrabel all posted double figures and the Cardinals won their opening All-American Conference game going away. The Cardinals held the hosts to 14 field goals and forced 13 turnovers. Derek Kopanic scored 12 points for Hubbard.
Campbell 64, Champion 34
D.J. Harrison scored 17 points, George Billiris had 15 and Aaron Jackson added 10 as the Red Devils rolled to an All-American Conference National Division victory. Campbell (2-1, 1-0) led 34-10 at halftime. Lucas Nasonti scored 15 points for the Golden Flashes.
Liberty 87, Girard 67
Asim Pleas scored 22 of his game-high 31 points in the first half as the Leopards dominated the Indians. Liberty shot 57 percent (30 of 53) from the floor. Freshman Lynn Bowden added 19 points and Cameron Clark had 16 for the Leopards. Pleas also led Liberty with 13 rebounds and six assists. Jim Standohar had 19 points for Girard, Deonte Brown had scored 18 and Evan Standohar finished with 14 points and 19 rebounds. LaBrae 60, Newton Falls 40
Peyton Aldridge just missed a double-double with 16 points and nine rebounds and Marcell Richardson added 14 points and Collin Phillips had 11 to lead the Vikings over their archrival Tigers. Newton Falls lost despite making nine 3-pointers. Ozzie Hawkins had four of them and finished with 15 points, but the Tigers made just six 2-point shots and were just 1 for 3 at the foul line.
Lisbon 52, Crestview 47
Avery Andric’s 17 points led the Blue Devils’ Inter Tri-County League win over the Rebels. Josh Liberati and Josh Craig both scored 11 points. Robert Logan scored 19 points for Crestview.
Lordstown 83, Bloomfield 32
Louis Liming scored 14 points, including four 3-pointers, and Nick Johnson scored 16 points in the Red Devils’ first conference win.
Maplewood 71, Pymatuning Valley 51
The Rockets pulled away from a 24-21 halftime lead in winning their Northeastern Athletic Conference opener. Ethan Obradovich had 17 points, Kevin Jones scored 15 and Nate Spitler and Dan Denman added 11 apiece for the Rockets (2-1, 1-0). Clinton Ratliff led the Lakers (1-2, 0-1) with 15 points.
Mathews 67, Badger 64, OT
Wyatt Ford scored 26 points, Jeremy Forsythe had 13 and the Mustangs outlasted the Braves in overtime in a Northeastern Athletic Conference matchup. Brandon Bates matched Ford with 26 points for Badger and Cody Marshall finished with 12 for the Braves. The teams were tied at 56 at the end of regulation.