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Girls Basketball Capsules 1/14/21

Brookfield 58, Campbell 27 – The Warriors jumped out to a strong start Thursday night and never looked back behind a 18-point performance from Sophia Hook. Mikenzie Jumper added 16 and Audrey Reardon scored 10 in the win. Cayla Marshall led the Red Devils with 18 points.

Badger 44, Mathews 40 – Katie Grexa scored a game-high 25 points for the Braves as they held off Mathews late Thursday night to secure the victory. Addison Thompson added 9 points in the win. Brooke Bauer led Mathews with 15.

Poland 55, Niles 31 – The Bulldogs limited the Red Dragons to just four first-half points in a dominating victory Thursday night. Katie McDoanld led the way with 13 points for Poland and Connie Cougras added 8. Alaina Thigpen led Niles with 8 points.

Waterloo 45, Lowellville 29 – The Rockets took an early, two-point first quarter lead but couldn’t stay ahead as Waterloo exploded in the second quarter and never looked back. Samantha Moore led Lowellville with 10 points and Abby Mazur led Waterloo with 19.

Leetonia 49, East Palestine 39 – Ella Gregorina exploded for 25 points for Leetonia as the Bears held the Bulldogs in check in the fourth quarter Thursday night. McKendra Cole added 11 in the win. Patience Champney scored 23 points in the loss for East Palestine.

Western Reserve 59, Sebring 24 – The Blue Devils took a quick lead Thursday night and never looked back as Brooke Schantz scored 19 points and Alyvia Hughes 13. Devyn Reggi led Sebring 8 points.

Howland 57, Cardinal Mooney 23 – Playing their 4th game in six days, the Howland Tigers (10-5) made it look easy Thursday by dispatching the Cardinals (7-6) with a 34-point win. A night after scoring her 1,000th career point, Alyssa Pompelia dropped a team-high 14 points for Howland while Alyssa Massucci added 13 and Kylie McClain scored 10. Olivia Rouser led Cardinal Mooney with 7 points.

Southeast 40, Maplewood 37 – The Pirates took an early lead Thursday night and never looked back as they were able to hold off the Rockets’ comeback in the second half. Marissa Ventura led the Rockets with 16 points and Baylie Starcher scored 15.

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