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¯ MASSILLON 50, WARREN G. HARDING 37: MASSILLON — The Raiders were held to one point in the fourth quarter, which cost them the game against Massillon.

Harding led, 36-32, entering the fourth quarter but was outscored, 18-1, in the final 8 minutes. DeAveion Burgess led Harding with 13 points. Burgess converted on all three of the Raiders’ 3-point shots.

D’Muntize Owens and Emari Burgess each scored eight points.

¯ LAKEVIEW 56, LaBRAE 55: CORTLAND — With 13 seconds left, Jake Wilms hit a free throw to take the lead for the Bulldogs and were able to hold on for the win over LaBrae.

Wilms finished the game with 12 points, nine from behind the arc. Ryan Carnahan led Lakeview with 16 points and Brendon Kilpatrick added 11.

Tre’Von Drake led the Vikings with 24 points and drained four 3-pointers.

¯ NILES 62, MINERAL RIDGE 55: MINERAL RIDGE — The Red Dragons put together a strong second half and came back to beat Mineral Ridge.

The Rams held a one-point lead at halftime, but Niles outscored Mineral Ridge 36-28 in the second half to come back, take the lead and hold on to win.

Joe Wolfe led the Red Dragons with 19 points and Doug Foster scored 12.

Koby Zupko led the Rams with 15 points. Austin Governor scored 13 points and Miles Culp added 12.

¯ BROOKFIELD 69, LISBON 62: LISBON — Conner Stevens scored 17 points and Haden Gibson and Gage Emery both scored 15 as the visiting Warriors finished the regular season 11-11 after beating the Blue Devils in a non-league tussle.

Connor Filipovich added 12 points for Brookfield, which used a 20-12 third-quarter scoring advantage to take a 50-37 lead into the fourth quarter.

¯ BRISTOL 56, MATHEWS 47: BRISTOLVILLE — The Panthers have clinched at worst, a share of the Northeastern Athletic Conference title with a win over Mathews.

To win it outright, Bristol must beat Newbury on Friday. The title marks the ninth consecutive NAC title that Bristol has won at least a share.

Nick Church led the team with 17 points and Matt Church had a double-double performance with 13 points and 13 rebounds.

The Mustangs had 12 3-pointers on the night with Tyler Roscoe scoring five and Vinny Sharp scoring four.

¯ BADGER 89, MAPLEWOOD 45: VERNON — Logan Lendak scored his 1,000th point in a big win for the Braves over Maplewood.

Lendak had a 27-point night and was followed on the scoresheet by his brother Jack who had 15 points. Steven Long added 12 points. Long had a double-double bringing down 14 rebounds.

Gavin Ainsley led Maplewood with 19 points. Connor Steffens scored 10.

¯ LORDSTOWN 70, NEWBURY 43: LORDSTOWN — The Red Devils kicked off their matchup against Newbury with a 27-point first quarter, and kept the heat up with a big win over the Black Knights.

Austin Milhoan led Lordstown with 19 points. Aiden Force had 15 points and Vincent Spano added 12.

¯ HUBBARD 77, VALLEY CHRISTIAN 60: HUBBARD — Cam Resatar and Ryan Laird combined for 55 points as the host Eagles rolled to a non-league win. Resatar scored 32 points on the strength of six 3-pointers and Laird added 23. Jayden Record collected 15 rebounds for Hubbard (6-14).

¯ POLAND 53, FITCH 44: POLAND — Adam Kassem scored 15 points and snagged 11 rebounds to lead the host Bulldogs past the Falcons in a non-league tilt. Todd Simons scored 14 points and Devin Sherwood supplied 10 to lead the Falcons (10-11).

¯ BOARDMAN 62, URSULINE 60: YOUNGSTOWN — Derrick Anderson scored 38 points, but the Spartans had to hang on to defeat the host Irish.

Ursuline, which dropped to 9-12, got 18 points from Daysean Harris, 14 from Jakaylin Irving and eight apiece from Vince Armini and Brady Shannon.

¯ SPRINGFIELD 65, GIRARD 57: GIRARD — The Tigers sprinted to a 21-10 lead after the first quarter and led 40-24 at halftime before holding off a charge from the host Indians.

For Girard (9-12), Christian Graziano scored 23 points, Lorenzo Frigerio 13 and Nick Cario had 11.

¯ PYMATUNING VALLEY 66, WINDHAM 61: WINDHAM — All five Pymatuning Valley starters reached double-figures in a league win over Windham. Tanner Rhoades led the Lakers with 16 points. Noah Wilkerson and Jonah Wilkerson each had 14 points and both Mason Inman and Robert Verba added 11.

Mikiylen Jones scored a game-high 26 points and Bert Jones added 19.

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