GAME OF THE NIGHT
North Kingstown 63, St. Raphael 51
In a battle of undefeated teams, North Kingstown went on a 10-0 run in the second half to make things a little more comfortable in a 63-51 win over St. Raphael. Four Skippers (5-0 Division I-C) reached double-figures, led by Maggie Schwab's 21 points. Katelyn Haberle scored 16, Jillian Rogers had 11 and Jordan Moreau added 10 in the win. Amaya Dowdy scored a game-high 23 points in the loss for St. Raphael (3-1 I-C).
East Greenwich 77, Wheeler 69
East Greenwich had three players reach double figures and leaned on strong post play from Maddie Rogers and Brenda McKinney to top Wheeler, 77-69, in their Division I matchup. Sullivan had 23 points and Alex Mega added 21 for the Avengers (3-2 Division I-B). Rogers had 11 while McKinney chipped in with six. Mia Mancini led the Warriors (2-3 I-B) with 24 points and Kate Keenan scored 20 in the loss.
Rogers 48, Bay View 41
Rogers rallied from an eight-point halftime deficit and defeated Bay View, 48-41, for its first win of the season. Maeve Crowley (16 points), Danaysha Cherry (14) and Sydney Newsome (10) led the way for the Vikings (1-3 Division I). Kaleigh Valle was the top scorer for the Bengals (0-5 D-I) with 13 points.
South Kingstown 64, Smithfield 43
Hayden Hill scored 15, one of three South Kingstown players with double digits, in a 64-43 win over Smithfield. Jami Hill added 13 for the Rebels (5-0 Division I-B) while Faith Hutchins had 12 in the win. Grace Horton led the Sentinels (1-3 I-B) with 24 points.
Cranston West 62, East Providence 49
Nysia Ortiz hit six 3-pointers in her 18-point night, leading Cranston West to a commanding 62-49 win over East Providence. Madison Alves scored 10 points for the Falcons (3-2 Division I-C) while Amanda Degnan, Aydan Gulliver and Kiley Abendroth all had seven in the win. Arianna Soares and Makiah Denson led the Townies (0-5 I-A) with 12 points apiece.
Johnston 59, Portsmouth 46
Kaylin Zalewski was on her game as she lit up the scoreboard for 23 points and she also had 11 rebounds, four steals and five assists as Johnston toppled Portsmouth, 59-46, in Division I. The Panthers (3-1 Division I-A) got 15 points from Abby Clesas and Caroline Howe scored 13 in the win. Emily Colicci led the Patriots (2-3 I-A) with 25 points.
La Salle 60, Moses Brown 19
Aria DiNobile scored 13 points and Christina Bacon had 10 as La Salle rolled to a 60-19 win over Moses Brown. Elayna Comella and Danielle Harriman both had eight points for the Rams (4-0 Division I-A). Meghan Themistocle led the Quakers (2-3 I-A) with eight points.
Prout 25, Narragansett 23
Prout nursed a second-half lead before holding on for dear life, dodging a last-second steal and buzzer-beating attempt by Narragansett's Danielle Hart in a 25-23 win. Morgan Hulbesko and Zoe Moan led Prout (2-2 Division II) with eight points apiece while Morgan Verdi added three. Leah Hart led the Mariners (1-3 D-II) with 13 points.
Ponaganset 39, North Providence 29
Brooke Bergin scored 12 points as Ponaganset build up a big first-half lead and never looked back in a 39-29 win over North Providence. Campbell Boyden posted seven points for the Chieftains (4-0 Division II) and Julia Castelli and McKenzie Field added six in the win. Stephanie Saucier led the Cougars (2-2 D-II) with 12 points in the loss.
Coventry 61, Westerly 47
Madison Dessert and Emma Martin combined for 36 points as Coventry cruised to a 61-47 win over Westerly. Dessert scored 19 and Martin had 17 while Mikayla Gaulin chipped in with 11 points for the Oakers (3-2 Division II). Jackie Fusaro led the Bulldogs (1-2 D-II) with 11 points.
Classical 43, Cranston East 20
Eights were great for Classical as Nina Karlin, Jasmine DePina and Janai Price all scored eight points to help Classical stay undefeated with a 43-20 win over Cranston East. Melanie Jimenez added seven in the win for the Purple (4-0 Division II) Hope Halvarson led the Thunderbolt (0-5 D-II) with seven points.
West Warwick 54, EWG 49
West Warwick built a first-half lead that reached 20 points and cruised to a 54-49 victory over Exeter/West Greenwich in Division II. Kellylyn Kozlin and Victoria Bird each scored 16 points to lead the Wizards (3-2 Division II), who also got 11 from Brooke Williamson. Adeline Smith also had 16 points for the Scarlet Knights (1-3 D-II) and Prudence Hathaway scored 15.
Chariho 66, Cumberland 52
Chariho withstood a 29-point performance by Cumberland's Madison Zancan, and had four players reach double figures — Kate Powers (17), Lucie Willett (16), Spencer Shiels (15) and Shelby Roode (13) - to lift the Chargers (2-2) to a 66-52 win over the Clippers (2-2) in Division II.
Juanita Sanchez 61, Tiverton 55
Sabanna Berrios posted a double-double with a game-high 26 points and 20 rebounds and teammate Michelle Moreno added 17 points, five steals and five boards as Juanita Sanchez bested Tiverton, 61-55, in Division II. Sa'Myra Pena added 16 points in the win for the Cavaliers (2-2 Division II). Mariah Ramos scored 25 points for the Tigers (1-2 D-II).
Scituate 65, Mount St. Charles 22
All-Stater Madison Medbury was in charge, scoring 16 points as Scituate rolled to a 65-22 win over Mount St. Charles. Leah Bessette added 10 points for the Spartans (4-0 Division II) while Julia Olson scored eight. Talia Fernandes led the Mounties (0-4 D-II) with 13 points.
Middletown 53, Shea 34
Ashley Ney scored 20 and Grace Haskell had 10 as Middletown routed Shea, 53-34. Mia DeSantis scored eight points in the win for the Islanders (2-3 Division II). Yasmine Santos led the Raiders (2-2 D-II) with 20.
Mt. Hope 48, Toll Gate 32
Zoe Mouligne scored nine of her 15 points in the second half where Mt. Hope outscored Toll Gate by 17 in a 48-32 win. Ava Lombardo also had 15 points for the Huskies (3-1 Division III), hitting two 3-pointers along the way. Isabel Savinon added five in the win. Samantha Arnold led the Titans (4-2 D-III) with 11.
Davies 46, Blackstone Valley Prep 26
Keeara Howard scored 13 points, guiding Davies to its first victory of the season with a 46-26 win over Blackstone Valley Prep. Jennifer Cruz added eight points for the Patriots (1-3 Division III) while Quessadde Johnson chipped in with six. Mercy Oyedele scored 14 in the loss for the Pride (0-5 D-III).
North Smithfield 45, St. Patrick 17
Megan Masi scored 11 and Laura Matchett had 10 as North Smithfield took down St. Patrick 45-17. Skylar Mette added eight points in the win for the Northmen (4-1 Division III). Moeisha Joseph scored 15 in the loss for the Padres (0-5 D-III).
Burrillville 39, Central 37
Brooke Pinocci hit one free throw with just over a minute left and Burrillville's defense held on in a 39-37 win over Central. Alyssa Simpson led the Broncos (3-0 Division III) with 15 points while Alexis Yativong chipped in with seven. Sam Prario had six in the win. Ze-Harra Cook led the Knights (2-2 D-III) with 12 points.
Lincoln 43, Tolman 40
Yaritza Lara couldn't be stopped, scoring 18 points and keeping Lincoln ahead most of the night to hand Tolman its first Division III loss of the season, 43-40. Elliana Wu scored eight points in the win and Makayla Horan added seven points for the Lions (4-2 Division III). Klani Gaul led the Tigers (5-1 D-III) with 13 points.
Woonsocket 69, Lincoln School 24
Three Woonsocket players reached double-figures as the Villa Novans remained perfect in Division III with a 69-24 win over Lincoln School. Bella Mencarini had a game-high 15 points and teammate Abby Desjardin added 14 in the victory for Woonsocket (5-0 D-III). Naveah Caro chipped in with 10 for the Novans. Kasey Osborne paced the Lynx (2-3) with 10 points.