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Lakeview 98, Campbell 31
Alli Pavlik scored 56 points to break her school record of 47 for the Bulldogs (8-0, 4-0 All-American Conference National Division). Calli Schmitt scored 10 points and made six rebounds. For the Red Devils, Ta’shanna Craft scored 13 points.
Howland 57, Poland 30
Gabby Cvengros scored 16 points, made 13 rebounds and blocked nine shots to lead the Tigers (4-4, 2-3 AAC American). Victoria Rappach scored eight points and made six assists while Jordan Entler and McKenzie Miles each scored nine points. For the Bulldogs (4-4, 2-3), Phoebe Bush scored 10 points.
Crestview 34, United 33
Anna Hardenbrook scored 10 points and made 11 rebounds and three steals to lead the Rebels (4-4, 4-1 Inter Tri-County League Tier One). Emile Chlebus scored eight points while Alexis Gates contributed seven points and five rebounds. For the Eagles (5-2, 3-2) in their second straight loss, Mackenzie Gatchel scored seven points and made five rebounds, seven steals and six assists.
South Range 60, Lisbon 43
Morgan Czopur scored 17 points while Starla Sharp contributed 15 points and 12 rebounds for the undefeated Raiders (7-0, 5-0 ITCL Tier One). For the Blue Devils (2-6, 1-4), Tiffany Kethcum scored 12 points and made two steals while Sarah Boyd pulled down nine rebounds.
Columbiana 52, Lowellville 24
Baylie Mook scored 19 points and made four steals to lead the Clippers (5-1, 3-1 ITCL Tier Two).Emily Whitmer scored 12 points while Aleah Whitacre made eight rebounds. For the Rockets (2-7, 2-2), Courtney Conklin scored 12 points.
W. Reserve 72, Southern 25
The Blue Devils defended their home court in a big way as they jumped out to a 24-5 first quarter lead and never looked back. Tory White’s 15 points led the team and paced four scorers in double figures. Aleah Hughes had 13 points and Lauren Falasca and Rachel Maslach each had 10. Western Reserve made seven 3-pointers, including three from White and two from Maddie Kreitzburg.
LaBrae 49, Jefferson 37
Maddie Kiser and Lauren Rutherford each scored 12 points to lead the Vikings to a road win. Morgan Meyer had 10 points and Somer McCoy had 8. The Vikings led from start to finish and withstood 17 points, a game-high, from Jessica Becker.
Lordstown 60, Badger 48
Marlena Liming’s 18 points led the way as the Red Devils (4-2, 3-0 Northeastern Athletic Conference) remained unbeaten in league play. Sarah Cash added 12 points and Ally Hajnosz scored 10. Talia Tobin also had 8 points for Lordstown. For Badger, Taylor Kramer had 17 points and Harlee Logan had 11.
Springfield 78, Mineral Ridge 41
Four Tigers scored in double figures and Springfield improved to 6-2 on the season. Callie Ford led the way with 19 points and Jillian Tabaka had 16. Baylee Felger had 14 points and Mary Ritter had 10. Springfield broke open a three-point game at the half with a 53-19 run in the second half.
Wellsville 59, Leetonia 22
Shartece Taylor scored 14 points and Sabrina Thompson and Brittany Clendenning each scored 11 as the Tigers won decisively. For Leetonia, Emily Schneider scored a team-high 6 points. Ashley Bennett pulled down a game-high 8 rebounds to go with her 8 points for Wellsville.
Sebring 61, McDonald 30
Kelsi Settle scored 22 points and Murphy Flowers added 13 as the Trojans won easily on the road in the Inter Tri-County League, Tier Two play. Sebring used scoring runs of 11-3 in the first quarter and 17-4 in the third to take control. Sara Joseph led the Blue Devils (1-8) with nine points.
Jackson-Milton 42, East Palestine 30
Becca Jones and Kaitlyn Totani each had 10 points and the Bluejays took control early with a 17-3 first-quarter run for an ITCL, Tier One victory. Izzy Scarl had five points and a team-high nine rebounds, Maddy Tomaino had seven points and eight boards and Jones also had eight rebounds for Jackson-Milton (3-4, 3-2). Marisa Gorby led East Palestine with 13 points and Courtney Weber had 12 rebounds.