JOHN F. KENNEDY 78, EAST PALESTINE 57: WARREN - The Eagles' stretched their winning streak out to five games with a non-conference win over the Potters.
Luke Keck led the way for Kennedy (7-10), dropping nine of his game-high 20 points in the final quarter. Zackary Usher carried the load in the second quarter, scoring 10 of his 18 points in the frame, and Isaac Carrino added another 10.
Steve Parker paced East Palestine with 14 points, while Nick Monteleone and Billy Bibby contributed 11 and 10 in the losing effort.
Kennedy plays Cleveland Central Catholic today.
BROOKFIELD 76, CHAMPION 47: CHAMPION - Four different Warriors scored in double figures as Brookfield pulled away from Champion in a non-conference matchup.
The Warriors held a one-point led at the end of the first, but had a 12-point advantage by the half. A big reason for that was Nate Johnson, who scored 12 of his game-high 25 points in the second.
Davon Sims and Marc Kraml each scored 11 points for Brookfield, and Jamar Tarver added 10.
Despite trailing most of the game, the Golden Flashes (1-18) had the touch from 3-point range. Ten of Champion's 16 field goals came from outside the arc. Michael Turner, who had four 3s, led Champion with 17 points. Lucas Nasonti added 14.
WINDHAM 77, CRESTWOOD 38: WINDHAM - The Bombers shot 52 percent from the field and 11 different players scored as Windham eased past Crestwood.
The Bombers took a stranglehold on the lead in the second quarter, when they outscored the Red Devils 34-6. In all, Windham was 30 of 57 from the field.
Parker Rickey led Windham (13-5) with 24 points and six rebounds. Stephen Kacenski had 14 points and four assists.
LaBRAE 83, BERKSHIRE 47: LEAVITTSBURG - The Vikings drained 37 field goals - six from 3-point range - allowing LaBrae to easily get its 15th win of the season.
Peyton Aldridge started it off for LaBrae, scoring 11 of the team's 24 first-quarter points. The Vikings really pulled away in the third quarter, outscoring the Badgers 27-9. Grant Sprague led the charge with 13 in the period.
Aldridge finished with a game-high 20 points, but Sprague was right behind with 18. Marcell Richardson added 10 points for the Vikings (15-3).
McDONALD 83, CRESTVIEW 63: COLUMBIANA - McDonald jumped to an early lead and held on the rest of the way, beating Crestview in a non-conference tilt.
Matt Seitz led the way for the Blue Devils, dropping in 32 points. Kenny Greaver and Anthony Pugh each contributed 15. Jake Reckard also scored 10.
McDonald jumped to a nine-point lead after the first quarter and outscored Crestview, 39-27, in the second half for the victory.
ST. VINCENT-ST. MARY 78, URSULINE 65: AKRON - Ursuline pulled to within six points with 3 minutes left in the contest, but that was the closest it could get in a loss to the 12th-ranked team in the state in Division II.
The Irish from Akron jumped to a 16-8 lead, which was extended to 39-26 lead at half.
Ursuline's Mark Hughes led all scorers with 28 points. Ursuline is now 12-6 on the year.
Three players scored 13 points for SV-SM, including V.J. King, Josh Williams and Jalen Hudson. Henry Baddley led SV-SM with 15 points.
LOWELLVILLE 72, MATHEWS 60: LOWELLVILLE - Lowellville won its second-straight game, defeating Mathews, in a non-conference showdown.
With the game knotted at 45 after three quarters, the Rockets used a 27-point fourth period - keyed by Paolo DePasquale's 14 points - as the Rockets improved to 9-1 this season at home.
DePasquale led Lowellville (15-3) in scoring with a game-high 28 points. Nick Ballone added 12 points and Cole Beatty chipped in 10.
Wade Sharp led Mathews (7-10) with 19 points, which included five buckets from beyond the arc while Wyatt Ford (16 points) and Bryan Oatridge (10 points) also scored in double figures for the Mustangs.
SOUTH RANGE 58, LEETONIA 37: CANFIELD - South Range's Garrett Anderson had 20 points to lead the Raiders past the Bears.
Greg Dunham added 13 for South Range.
Josh Faulkner and Drew Turney each added nine for Leetonia.
NEWTON FALLS 94, GARFIELD 55: NEWTON FALLS - The Tigers made 16 3-pointers in a dominating non-conference performance against Garfield, their fifth-straight victory.
It's the fifth time this year Newton Falls (11-5) has made 10 or more 3s in a game. Six different players contributed to Tuesday's total, led by Derek Walton, who made six from long range and poured in 22 points. Ozzie Hawkins added two from beyond the arc and netted a game-high 23 points. The Newton Falls' school record for 3-pointers in a game is 18.
The Tigers led by 11 at halftime and put the game away with a 29-15 advantage in the third quarter. Jaden Walton added 13 points for Newton Falls.
Anthony Workman paced Garfield and tied Hawkins with 23 points. Mason Butler registered 13.
BEDFORD 72, WARREN G. HARDING 59: BEDFORD - The third quarter doomed Warren G. Harding and ruined a career night for Shondell Jackson in a Lake Erie League matchup.
The Raiders (10-9, 4-7) trailed by one at halftime but were outscored, 14-5, in the third quarter. Jackson scored a game- and career-high 29 points, but it wasn't enough as Bedford used an 8-0 run in the third quarter to pull away. No other Raider scored in double figures.
Shamar Jeffrey led Bedford (11-7) with 13 points. He was one of three Bearcats to reach double figures. Mike Smith scored seven of his nine points in the second half, when Bedford outscored the Raiders, 36-24.
Harding hosts Lorain at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday for senior night.
HOWLAND 60, LAKEVIEW 45: CORTLAND - A 24-10 run in the third quarter allowed Howland to blow open a close game with Lakeview.
Reece Bogan led the Tigers' charge with 11 of his 18 points in the third quarter. Evan Steele chipped in 16 for Howland (5-14), which led by two at halftime. The Tigers shot 45 percent from the field and made 15 of 17 free throws.
Jake Pishotti registered team highs in points (12), rebounds (7) and assists (3) for Lakeview (3-16). Brandon Keller added 11. The Bulldogs host Campbell on Friday.
WESTERN RESERVE 48, LORDSTOWN 44: LORDSTOWN - An intentional foul in the final minute allowed Western Reserve to edge Lordstown in a battle of the Devils.
The score was tied at 44 when a Western Reserve player was fouled driving to the hoop. The Blue Devils made both free throws, got the ball back and was fouled again - making two more to seal the victory.
Western Reserve's Tristan Bova led all scorers with 20 points. Lance Dezee and Nolan Snyder provided 10 points apiece.
Lordstown (12-6) came back from a five-point, fourth-quarter deficit. Nick Johnson paced the Red Devils with 15 points. Lordstown plays at Chalker on Friday.
AUSTINTOWN FITCH 61, MARLINGTON 40: AUSTINTOWN - Austintown Fitch held Marlington to two points in the second quarter to pull away in a non-conference victory.
The Dukes scored 12 total points in the first half compared to Fitch's 24. The Falcons' Jessie Driver netted 11 of his 14 points in the first half. Alex DiFrancesco recorded 12 points, and Anthony Pangio added 10.
HOWLAND 69, HUBBARD 36: HUBBARD - The Tigers exploded for 30 points in the first quarter in a rout of the Eagles in an All-American Conference, American Division contest.
Lexi Ross went for nine points, and Sara Price accumulated six in the first frame to led the way. Ross finished with 15 points, with the other six coming in the second half, while Price totaled a game-high 19.
Melissa Thomas led Hubbard with 11 points in the losing effort.