GIRLS BASKETBALL | Thursday’s other games

Denver East 61, Boardman 51


The Angels, one of Colorado’s top teams, used a 24-point third quarter to overcame a seven-point halftime deficit and then put away the Spartans in an 18-9 fourth quarter run. Jon’nae Richardson led the Angels with 24 points, including 14 in the second half. Megan Volosin scored 18 for the Spartans.

Howland 77, Niles 30


Gaby Cvengros scored 23 points to lead the Tigers (3-3, 1-2 All-American Conference American Division). Victoria Rappach’s 14 points included four 3-pointers. Jordan Entler and Sara Price each scored 12 points. For the Red Dragons (0-4), Braley Hale scored eight points and Dana Hughes had six rebounds.

Austintown Fitch 66, Poland 23


The Falcons announced their arrival in the AAC American division with a resounding home win. Sarah Obradovich and Cassie Custer paced a balanced attack with 10 points each. Megan Sefcik and Sarah Melfe each added nine.

Liberty 54, Girard 35


Marcy Dykes’ double-double (14 points, 13 rebounds) carried the Leopards, who also got 12 points each from Leah Leshnack and Rachel Crum. Alasjia Dykes led the Indians with nine points.

Lakeview 88, Jefferson 40


Alli Pavlik scored 30 points and had five assists to lead the undefeated Bulldogs (7-0, 3-0 AAC National Division). Addison Becker netted 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds while Calli Schmitt contributed 11 rebounds and 10 points. For Jefferson (0-4, 0-3), Jessica Becker scored 13 points.

LaBrae 49, Newton Falls 41


The Tigers earned a key early-season win and a place in contention for the AAC National crown with the win. Brooke Barreca led the Tigers with 18 and Gabby Kline scored 14 points. Somer McCoy kept LaBrae close with 17 of her own.

Champion 41, Campbell 32


Izzy D’Urso collected 12 rebounds and scored eight points to lead the Golden Flashes (3-3, 1-2 AAC American).

South Range 55, Springfield 53


Morgan Czopur hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer for the undefeated Raiders (5-0, 3-0 Inter Tri-County League Tier One). Czopur led with 15 points, followed by Starla Sharp and Sara Durr with 10 apiece. Sharp also had seven rebounds. For the Tigers (4-2, 2-1), Callie Ford led with 21 points. Baylee Felger scored 13 points and Jillian Tabaka 12.

Jackson-Milton 52, Crestview 47


Ashley Totani led the the Bluejays (1-5, 1-2 ITCL Tier One) with 15 points, four assists and five steals. Her twin sister, Kaitlyn Totani, scord 14 points while Becca Jones scored 11 points and had 10 rebounds. For the Rebels, Anna Hardenbrook scored 19 points.

Lisbon 42, Mineral Ridge 37


The Blue Devils (4-2, 2-2 ITCL Tier One) overcame a two-point first quarter and Tiffany Ketchum led Lisbon with 11 points. Alyssa Harkins scored 17 points and had 13 rebounds and Adrianna Reese had 11 points and 14 boards for the Rams, but Mineral Ridge converted just 15 of 38 free-throw attempts.

United 51, East Palestine 34


Mackenzie Gatchel led the undefeated Eagles (5-0, 3-0 ITCL Tier One) with 17 points. Lauren Beech scored 11.

Columbiana 57, Sebring 45


Murphy Flowers’ 22 points and four 3-pointers were not enough as Columbiana outlasted Flowers’ Trojans Thursday in ITCL action. Mollie Donnelly led the Clippers with 17 points.

Western Reserve 49, Leetonia 19


Tory White led the Blue Devils with 13 points. Also scoring in double figures were Rachel Maslach with 12 and Aleah Hughes with 10, For the Bears, Emily Schneider scored seven points.

Lowellville 41, McDonald 30


Courtney Conklin scored 16 points and made nine rebounds to lead the Rockets (2-4, 2-1 ITCL Tier Two). Sara Joseph scored 17 points for the Blue Devils.

Windham 72, Mathews 59


Jessica Isler had 30 points, including three 3-pointers, and Dari Heller scored 25 to lead the Bombers over their conference foe. Dayna Ellis led the Mustangs with 23 points.

Staff reports

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