HUBBARD - The Brookfield defense forced 21 turnovers and held Hubbard to eight points in the second and third quarters combined in their 58-38 victory Tuesday night.
The Warriors (4-0) took advantage of Hubbard's offensive power outage by scoring 31 points over that span and taking a 21-point lead into the final quarter.
Jeremy Quinlan paced all scorers with 27 points, while Jordan Thompson and Aaron Loveless led the Eagles (1-3) with six points each.
LORDSTOWN 50, BLOOMFIELD 19: - The Red Devils had three players in double figures to lead the way past Bloomfield in a Northeastern Athletic Conference matchup.
Lordstown (2-4) jumped to a 18-3 lead after the first quarter that was extended to a 29-5 halftime lead.
Stephen Gill led all scorers with 16 points for Lordstown. He was followed by Lewis Liming's 15 points - all from beyond the arc - and Jake Jones with 11.
Bloomfield, which fell to 1-5, was led by Ian Clarion's six points.
CRESTWOOD 44, NEWTON FALLS 43: NEWTON FALLS - Newton Falls had the lead going into the fourth, but Crestwood battled back, then hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer, to complete the comeback against the Tigers.
With the scored tied as the seconds were winding down, Crestwood's Stuber hit a 3 as time expired to give the Red Devils with win, improving them to 4-2 on the season.
Newton Falls hit nine from behind the arc. Dale Kernen paced the Tigers (1-4) with 18 points. Newton Falls is next in action on Friday against Champion.
MATHEWS 74, BADGER 71: VIENNA - Trailing 40-35 at the half, Mathews rallied back in the second half and used every second to come away with the victory.
Trailing 71-70 with less than a minute remaining, the Mustangs took the lead with an Aaron Suchanek 3-pointer - one of his four on the night. On the inbounds, the Mustangs and the Braves tangled for the ball, with Mathews recovering it. After the Mustangs got it back, the Braves fouled John Helmick, who made one of his two free throws to ice the game.
Badger was paced by Matt Kraml's 26 points. Brandon Bates added 15.
Wyatt Ford led Mathews with 21 points, as the Mustangs improved to 2-4. Suchanek ended with 19 points.
CANFIELD 64, CAMPBELL 53: CANFIELD - A big third quater led Canfield to a non-conference win over Campbell.
The Red Devils led the game, 34-30 at the half. But in the third quarter, the Cardinals outscored Campbell 15-5, then 19-14 in the fourth quarter to take the game.
Canfield, which improved to 4-1, was led by Cole Pryjma with 15 points. Marco DeLorenzo added 14 and Brady Clark chipped in 13.
Jaylell Shorter led Campbell (2-5) with 15 points. Daron Clinkscale had 11.
EAST 65, AUSTINTOWN FITCH 41: YOUNGSTOWN - Four players scored in double-digits for East, leading the Panthers to a victory.
The big scoring took away from the fact that Fitch made five 3-pointers on the night, inclding two from Jessie Driver. He finished with 10 points.
The Panthers' leading scorer was Deonta Scott with 19 points. Terrell McClain had 15, Jamir Humphrey added 11 and Marquis Cotton chipped in 10.
East is now 5-1 on the season. Fitch is 2-3.
MASSILLON 58, URSULINE 42: MASSILLON - It was another rough outing for the Fighting Irish as they were outscored 20-6 in the fourth quarter in a loss to Massillon.
Ursuline only trailed by two heding into the final quarter, but the Tigers made a big final push to get the win and improve to 3-2.
The Irish, which fell to 0-5, were led by Ryan Stollo's 18 points and 10 rebounds. Twelve of those points came from behind the 3-point arc.
BOARDMAN 44, GLENOAK 38: BOARDMAN - Down nine points after the first quarter, Boardman did not lose faith. Boardman creeped back slowly and was down only three after the third quarter. Boardman used a 19-10 fourth quarter to come out on top against GlenOak.
Sam Mathey led Boardman offensively with 15 points and also grabbed six rebounds. Dylan Bosela added 12 points for the Spartans. Hronec was the leading scorer for GlenOak with 13.
POLAND 65, STRUTHERS 31: STRUTHERS -Poland used a 23-8 run in the second quarter to blow the game open and win easily against Struthers.
Jacob Wolfe was the leading scorer for Poland with 11 points and the Bulldogs had a great all-around offensive contribution as thirteen players scored.
Ray' Quan Pfifer, Tommy Kimbrough, and Quattro each scored 6 points a piece for Struthers.
The Wildcats look to rebound as they play at Hubbard Friday. Poland will take on Howland at home on Friday.
SPRINGFIELD 63 , MINERAL RIDGE 49: NEW MIDDLETOWN -Eoghan Bees was on fire for Springfield, lighting up Mineral Ridge for 29 points.
Jared McTigue had a good game offensively for Springfield pouring in 14 points.
Mineral Ridge was down by seven points at the half, but was unable to swing the game in their favor. Nathan Palmer had the hot hand for Mineral Ridge scoring 16 points, while Brandon Perkins added 14 points for the Rams.
EDGEWOOD 75, JEFFERSON 57: ASHTABULA -Edgewood and Jefferson were all tied up 28-28 at the half.
Edgewood regrouped at halftime and outscored Jefferson by eight in the third quarter, then sealed the deal by using a 28-point fourth quarter to win big.
Louie Wisnyai guided Edgewood (3-2) to the win with 24 points. Connor McLaughin dropped 18 points and Joey Zappitelli chipped in with 15 points for the Warriors.
Jefferson's Troy Bloom, Justin Butler, and Lucas Hitchock each scored 11 points for the Falcons. Jefferson (2-3) seeks a win as they face Lakeview on the road.