POLAND 48, NESHANNOCK 44: POLAND - Neshannock had a 28-26 lead at the half, but Poland used a 13-6 third quarter to take a 39-34 lead and Neshannock was unable to retake the lead.
Kasie Serich was the leading scorer for Poland with 13 points. Rachael Robertson scored 12 points and also added six rebounds for the Bulldogs. Madison McHale had 14 points for Neshannock and was one rebound away from a double-double as she snatched nine boards. Poland will take on Howland on Monday in an All-American Conference, American Division battle.
GRAND VALLEY 58, SOUTHINGTON 44: SOUTHINGTON - Jessica Vormelker had eight of her 20 points in the second quarter as the Mustangs outscored the Wildcats 18-9.
Meanwhile, Chris Futty had eight of her game-high 21 points in the third quarter for Grand Valley, while Abby Paskey added 10.
Shelby Cameron paced Southington with 20 points.
GARFIELD 39, WOODRIDGE 33: GARRETTSVILLE - Woodridge committed 23 turnovers to Garfield's 12 in this Portage Trail Conference, County Division game.
Garfield (2-4, 2-1) pulled away with a 11-6 third quarter for the win.
Alicia Witte led the G-Men with 14 points, while Lizzie Wilkinson paced all scorers and Woodridge (2-5, 2-2) with 17 points. Abbe Esterak added 10.
MAPLEWOOD 57, YOUNGSTOWN CHRISTIAN 29: MECCA -Maplewood jumped out to a big 20-6 led in the first quarter and went on to win easily against Youngstown Christian.
Allison Bell had a great game for Maplewood as she scored 22 points, hitting four three pointers. Brooke Dawson added 16 points for the Rockets and Miranda Sloan scored 10 points and added six points and eight assists to her stat line. Shanell Harris was the leading scorer for Youngstown Christian with 12 points.
STRUTHERS 59, SHARON 41: POLAND - Struthers led by 11 points in the first quarter and never looked back. Struthers remained undefeated behind the 16 points from Ashleigh Ryan. Brittaney Zupko added 12 points for the Wildcats.
Tanayja Sanders was the leading scorer for Sharon with 17 points as Sharon suffered its first loss of the season.
WINDHAM 48, EAST CANTON 34: EAST CANTON -Windham got their third win of the season behind great offensive performances from Jessica Isler and Dari Heller.
Isler scored 19 points for the Windham and Heller added 14 points. East Canton was led offensively by Brianna Payne, who scored 12 points in the losing effort.