Prep Girls Basketball Scores

East 58, Youngstown Christian 27


Lesa Oliver scored 32 points with 10 rebounds and five steals for East (4-4), which outscored YCS in every quarter. Rashida Strozier had 11 points, two rebounds and two steals for YCS (2-4).

Struthers 71, LaBrae 41


Sadie Noling led the Wildcats (3-2) with 18 points. Katelyn Ardale scored 14 points while Adrianna Garchar netted seven. For the Vikings (2-2), Julie Gibson and Courtney Alsdrige each scored 11 points while Brittani Hill scored nine.

Liberty 59, Campbell 33


Mindy Dykes scored 13 points and Liberty took a 13-4 first quarter lead en route to the easy victory. Kandace Coward added 10 for the Leopards. For Campbell (0-4), Amy Jackson scored 10.

Lakeview 59, Girard 35


Ali Gagne scored 34 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs. Jamie Sentner scored nine points while Alisha Nichols scored eight points and made three assists and five steals. For the Indians, Katelynne Brainard scored 11 points and made seven rebounds.

Warren JFK 50, Brookfield 24


Paige Klaric scored 16 points and Raesha Gaston added 10 for JFK (5-1), which took control with a 21-4 first quarter advantage. Lauren Hawley scored eight for Brookfield (1-5) and Shannon Snow had 10 rebounds.

Champion 69, Beaver Local 45


Lindsay Swipas had 23 points and 12 rebounds and the junior forward was 9 of 10 from the line to lead the Golden Flashes (2-2). Sophomore center Mackenzie Kiser had 16 points and 13 rebounds. Tenelle Hoppel had 13 of her 17 points in the second half.

Crestview 57, Springfield 36


Ashley Harrison scored 24 points and made three assists and three steals for the Rebels (4-2, 2-0 Inter Tri-County League Tier One). Chelsea Caudill contributed 15 points and three assists while Geri Sickle scored 11 points and made eight rebounds. Morgan Newbauer pulled down nine rebounds. For the Tigers (1-5), Haley Sullivan and Kelsey Larson each scored 10 points. Brooke Schrieber pulled down seven of the Tigers’ 28 rebounds and blocked three shots. Larson and Nicole Casalini each made three steals.

Mineral Ridge 48, Columbiana 35


Megan Ben scored 15 points while Abby Riffee and Brittney Bevilacqua each scored 11 for the Rams. For the Clippers (1-3, 0-1 ITCL1), Hayley Goist scored 13 points and made seven rebounds.

Lisbon 45, East Palestine 35


Julie Gauntt scored 17 points and Katie Snoddy 16 as the Blue Devils outscored the Bulldogs 15-6 in the final quarter. Katie Bell made three 3-pointers and led the Bulldogs with 11 points while Brooke Gedeon contributed 10.

Lowellville 79, Wellsville 43


Emily Carlson scored 17 points and the Rockets used a 44-4 advantage over the second and third quarters to blow open the ITCL Tier Two game. Taylor Hvisdak scored 15 points and Ashley Moore had 14 for Lowellville (4-0, 2-0). For Wellsville (3-1, 1-1), Mikyla Tipton scored 17 and Meika Dalrymple had 10.

McDonald 45, Leetonia 40


Junior point guard Taylor Stanley had 21 points and seven rebounds for the Blue Devils (2-3, 1-1). Dani Novak also had 14 points and seven rebounds for McDonald, which had 24 rebounds. Stanley and Jamie Stellmar each had two assists. Leetonia’s Clarissa Perkins had a game-high 22 points.

Pymatuning Valley 76, Lordstown 48


Brooke Monnolly had 21 points and Colleen Wonderling 12 for Pymatuning Valley (6-0, 3-0 Northeast Athletic Conference), which trailed by only 19-15 after one quarter. Sara Cash’s 15 points paced Lordstown (2-2, 2-1 NAC).