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Carl Sadler scored 20 points, including five 3-pointers to lead East (1-9) to their first win of the season. Delar Richardosn added 12 points for the Bears. Lakeside (4-5) was led by Courtez Vaughn with 20 points. Vaughn also hit five 3-pointers. Brandon Ford added 15 for the Dragons.

Poland led 36-10 at halftime. Jeff McAuley led Poland with 15 points. Daniel Kramer and Braeden O’Shaughnessy each had 14 points for the Bulldogs. Raysean Hicks scored five points for the Red Devils. Skev Kouros had four points for Campbell.

AJ McClellan scored 20 points, including three 3-pointers to lead Lakeivew. Daniel Evans netted 12 for the Bulldogs. Jeff Remmick was also in double figured with 11 points. Howland (4-5) was led by Nathan Barrett with 13 points.

Joe Abramovich scored 25 points, leading Champion. The Flashes trailed 20-13 at halftime. Abe Bayus scored 10 points for Champion. Pymatuning Valley was led by Jacob Saxion with 15 points and Nick Sapp with 14. Jonah Wilkerson added 12.

Milan Square scored a game high 30 points to lead Valley Christian. Jordan Trowers added 13 points, Melvin Neail had 12, and Lohron Brown had 10. Garfield was led by Trystan Gedeon with 10 points. Lowellville 58, Jackson-Milton 41

Matt Hvisdak scored a game-high 23 points for Lowellville. Micah Mamula-Zarlingo added nine and Jake Rotz finished with eight. Nick McGinnis led the Blue Jays with 10 points while Nick McGinnis had nine and Grope added eight.

Waterloo led 37-19 at halftime. Max Adelman led the Vikings (7-0) with 17 points and Vaughn Dorsey added 12. Riley Miller scored 13 points to lead the Blue Devils and Todd Henning had 11.

Zach Rasile finished with a game-high 24 points for McDonald. Cam Tucker scored 21 points and Jake Portolese had 11 for the Blue Devils. Gabe Lanzer scored 20 points to lead the Trojans and Joey Clark added 17 and 14 rebounds.

Niko Walter score the game-winning basket with 1.4 seconds left. He finished with seven points for Salem. Josh Young led the Quakers (3-4, 3-1 Eastern Buckeye Conference) with 18 points and Turner Johnson added seven. Brice Williams scored 19 points for Minerva (2-7, 2-3).

Southern led 21-15 after the first quarter, but the Red Knights outscored the Indians the 35-15 in the second half. Lucas Gulczynski led the Red Knights with 17 points and Nate Karaffa added 16. Cameren Grodhaus was the only double-digit scorer for Southern (5-3, 4-3 Eastern Ohio Conference). He finished with 15 points.

Landon Baker scored 17 points and Parker Hydrick netted 16 to lead United. Steve Darlington scored 21 for East Palestine and Dominic Posey added 10 points.

Brock Simpson and Ian Davis scored 14 points each to lead Leetonia. The Bears nearly squandered a 34-19 halftime lead. Hunter Zentner and Matt Mazei led Columbiana with 12 points each, and Ryan Fahs added 11. Beaver Local 61, Brooke 40

Luke Chetock led the Beavers with 20 points. Jaden Kiddey and Josh Hilditch added 15 points each.

Aiden Miller scored a game high 29 points, outdueling Ashton Zupanac of Grand Valley, who had 21. Logan Lendak added 14 for Badger, who pulled away in the second quarter. Malik Mitchell scored 10 for Grand Valley.

Darian Suggs led all scorers with 24 points for Wellsville (7-2). Justin Wright netted 12 for the Tigers and Luke Green had 11 points. Lisbon was led by Justin Sweeney with 18 points.

Burt Jones scored 19 points to lead Windham. K. Anthony led Lordstown with nine points.

Mario Puletti scored 17 points to lead Newbury. John Tropf scored 15 points and Owen Mansfield and Tino Johnson each had 14 for the Black Knights. Kyle Caracanas scored 20 points to lead Southington.

Molly Howard led four players in double figures with 17 points and the Blue Devils (9-0, 7-0 Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference) outscored the Rockets 47-8 in Thursday’s first half. Taylor Tuchek added 12 points and Sophia Costantino and Lusy Wolford each added 10 for McDonald, which held Lowellville scoreless in the second quarter. Sam Moore le the Rockets with 15 points and Maliyah Hedrich had eight.

Kendal Thomas scored 15 points to lead Toronto past Southern. Jo’Zaeyah Jordan added nine points. Southern was led by Riely Felton with 12 points and 10 points.

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