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STRUTHERS, OH- Struthers WIldcats girls basketball senior Chloe Neider is putting up some of the best numbers in all of the Mahoning County. Neider is averaging over 17 points per game in 2023, while also grabbing over 7 rebounds per game to lead the team as a point guard. She has also made 26 three pointers this season which follows Faith Stellato for second on the team.

Neider has kept the Wildcats right at the top of the NE8 conference with a record of 7-1. The Wildcats only conference loss of the season was to the Poland Bulldogs on December 22nd by a close final of 57-56. The Wildcats will get a rematch with Poland in the Struthers Fieldhouse on January 30th. That game could very well be the deciding factor on who wins the 2023 NE8 regular season championship as both teams have only one conference loss on the season.

Chloe Neider sat down to talk about her long tenure with the Wildcats varsity girls program, along with what it is like playing under her father and some personal goals she set for the 2023 season. To hear more from Struthers Wildcats senior leader Chloe Neider, check out this player profile with YSN host Anthony Hartwig:


POLAND OH- The NE8 conference was established in the 2018-2019 season for girls basketball, and it has belonged to Poland since that time. The Bulldogs have not lost a game inside the conference. Thursday’s 43-32 win over Struthers made their overall conference mark 30-0.

Jackie Grisdale led the Bulldogs with a game-high 23 points. Morgan Kluchar was also in double figures with 11.

Chloe Neider led the Wildcats with 10. No other player managed to get in to double figures against Poland’s tough defense.

Poland has a little break in the action as they are scheduled to take on Austintown Fitch on December 28th.


POLAND OH- The third matchup of the season between Struthers and Poland carried the most weight. The winner of this game moved on to the Fitch district semifinal, the loser would end their season. Poland needed every ounce of energy to beat a hungry Wildcat team 56-43.

The first half of the game was very competitive. A back and forth affair. Struthers made a statement out of the gate as Emma Elia knocked down a long two for the first points of the game. Poland would eventually grab the lead back, but not by much. The Bulldogs kept the lead for the rest of the half but Struthers never let it get over four. Poland held on to a 26-24 lead at the break. Much different than the first two matchups which were dominated by Poland.

The third quarter is when Poland began to create some separation. They got tremendous toughness inside from Kailyn Brown who finished through contact a couple times. They also got strong hustle plays off the bench from Ella Harrell. Brooke Bobbey has a key steal and fast-break layup near the end of the third to keep Struthers at bay. In the final frame, Poland’s depth took its toll as they slowly but surely pushed past Struthers. Harrell got half of her 12 points in the fourth quarter.

Jackie Grisdale became the seventh player in the Poland program to reach 1,000 points tonight. It came in the third quarter on her thirteenth point. She led the offense with 19 points in total. Three other Bulldogs were in double figures. Ella Harrell used a strong final frame to finish with 12, Kailyn Brown contributed 11 and Brooke Bobbey added 10.

Chloe Neider led the Wildcats with 13. Emma Elia put together a strong night with 10.

Poland advances to play Southeast Wednesday at Austintown Fitch in the district semifinals. The tip is set for 6:00.