BRISTOLVILLE - Bristol's Kylie Stoneman followed up her school-record 39-point night on Thursday with a 32-point effort against Mineral Ridge on Saturday afternoon, leading the Panthers to a 80-61 victory.
Stoneman started off the game slow, but finished with 25 points in the second half. This week alone, Stoneman scored 97 points.
To go along with Stoneman's effort, teammate Lauren Elza had 24 points and seven rebounds. She also had six assists for Bristol (4-4).
Alyssa Harkins and Peyton Allen scored 22 and 15 points, respectively, for Mineral Ridge. Adrianna Reese added another 15 points.
SOUTHEAST 55, NEWTON FALLS 53, 2 OT: NEWTON FALLS - Newton Falls had the one-point lead with seconds left, but Rachel Stull nailed a 3-pointer at the buzzer, handing Newton Falls its first loss of the season.
Newton Falls rallied in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Pirates 10-7 in the fourth to send the game to the first overtime. But that wasn't enough and the two teams went to play another.
Newton Falls had the lead, 53-52, with 10 seconds left. Southeast came down the court, passed the ball around before finding Stull in the corner, who nailed the 3 for the victory as time expired.
Stull paced the Pirates (8-0) with 14 points.
Four Newton Falls players scored in double figures. Gabby Kline led the way with 15 points. She was followed by Destinee Hutson (12), Alissa Abraham (11) and Brooke Barreca (10). The Tigers are now 8-1 on the year.
CHAMPION 57, CHALKER 56: SOUTHINGTON - Champion led a majority of the contest, but the Wildcats rallied in the fourth. However in the end, Champion iced the game at the free-throw line to get the victory.
Heading into the fourth, the Golden Flashes led, 40-34, however, Chalker rallied to tie the game at 56 in the final minute of the contest. A free throw put Champion up by one, and with 4.6 seconds left, a Chalker last-effort shot fell short.
Kelly Robinson led Champion with 14 points, 12 of those coming from 3-point range.
Shelby Cameron paced Chalker (1-4) with 22 points and 11 rebounds, both team highs. Rachel Wilson was right behind, scoring 20 points and grabbing 10 boards.
NILES 47, MATHEWS 44: NILES - Clutch free-throws at the end sealed the victory for Niles over Mathews - the second straight victory for the Red Dragons.
Niles had the 20-16 lead at the half, and it was extended to 35-29 after three, but the Mustangs rallied in the fourth to make the game interesting. The game was tied with a minute and a half to play, but inside of the minute mark, Niles finished it off at the charity stripe.
Makayla Butler paced Niles (2-5) with 11 points. Amanda Blank added 10.
Mathews' Maddie Williams scored a game-high 17 points. Dayna Ellis contributed 13 in the losing effort.
BOARDMAN 45, HOWLAND 35: BOARDMAN - The Spartans were able to keep Howland's offense under wraps on Saturday, picking up the non-conference win.
The only Howland player to score in double figures was Victoria Rappach, who put in 10 points. Gabby Cvengros had nine points and a team-high nine rebounds. Lexis Ross led the Tigers (4-5) in assists (3) and steals (4).
Boardman's Megan Volosin scored a game-high 19 points for the Spartans (3-5). Kelly Tomsanyi added 17.
KENNEDY CATHOLIC 49, URSULINE 26: YOUNGSTOWN - The Fighting Irish had the lead after the first quarter, but a rough second half did Ursuline in against Kennedy Catholic.
Ursuline led 22-21 at halftime, but was outscored 28-4 in the second half. The Irish scored two points each in the third and fourth quarters.
Tanaya Beacham scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Ursuline (3-5).
HOLY NAME 68, JOHN F. KENNEDY 30: WARREN - John F. Kennedy's Antonella LaMonica scored a game-high 23 points, but Holy Name took a huge first-half lead and ran away with a North Coast League victory over the Eagles.
Twelve different players scored for the Green Wave, led by Kim Cook's 16 points. Jackie Corrigan added 12 for Holy Name, which led 48-8 at halftime.
LaMonica hit all five of the Eagles' 3s. Kennedy fell to 0-8.
BADGER 48, JEFFERSON 32: JEFFERSON - Taylor Kramar and Izabella Armstrong sparked a big first-half run in Badger's non-conference victory.
Kramar scored 12 of her team-best 16 points in the first half, and Armstrong had 10 of her 12 in the second quarter as the Braves took a 35-17 lead. The Braves (4-4) play at Mineral Ridge on Monday.
Sarah Brook recorded 12 points for the Falcons.
GIRARD 58, HUBBARD 41: GIRARD - Three different players scored in double figures for Girard as the Indians pulled away from Hubbard in a non-conference showdown.
Alasjia Dykes led all scorers with 17 for Girard (6-2). Shymara Dykes added 14, and Bree Bishop contributed 11. The Indians led, 22-18, at halftime and sealed the victory by outscoring Hubbard, 36-23, in the final two quarters.
Logan Nitsche paced the Eagles with 16.