JFK loses on road; Bristol, Windham, GV win

≤ CLE. CENTRAL CATHOLIC 82, JOHN F. KENNEDY 60: CLEVELAND — Cleveland Central Catholic used a great offensive game to defeat John F. Kennedy in North Coast League White Division.

Central Catholic was led by Dyshawn Jackson with 19 points and Dwight Love with 18 points.

John F. Kennedy (7-6, 1-2) was led by Byron Taylor with 22 points including five 3-pointers.

Kennedy hit 11 threes on the night while CCC hit 32 shots inside the 3-point line.

≤ BRISTOL 98, CHALKER 41: BRISTOLVILLE — On a night that saw Bristol get a large win over Chalker in Northeastern Athletic Conference play, Bryan Gabrielson eclipsed 1,000 points for his career for Bristol.

Bristol (12-2, 10-1) has now won seven straight games. The Panthers were led by Gage Elza with 28 points with seven 3-pointers and Gabrielson with 17 points and nine assists. Bobby Evan finished with 13 points, seven rebounds, seven steals and five assists. Bristol finished with 35 rebounds and 29 assists.

Chalker (2-12, 2-8) has now lost six in a row. The Wildcats were led by Dylan Dye with 15 points with three 3-pointers.

≤ WINDHAM 62, BLOOMFIELD 34: WINDHAM — Windham led from the start and never looked back as it rested some starters against Bloomfield in Northeastern Athletic Conference.

Windham (13-2, 10-0) has now won five-straight games. The Bombers were led by Justin Collins with 12 points and eight rebounds.

Bloomfield (0-10, 0-7) was led by Cameron Park with 19 points.

≤ GRAND VALLEY 75, PYMATUNING VALLEY 51: ORWELL — Grand Valley used a good defensive game to defeat Pymatuning Valley in Northeastern Athletic Conference play.

Grand Valley (8-6, 7-4) broke its four-game losing streak with the win. The Mustangs were led by Jude Cunningham with 24 points and Malik Mitchell with 16 points.

Pymatuning Valley (5-7, 5-4) was led by Jacob Freeman with 18 points and Jonah Wilkerson with 11 points.

≤ WESTERN RESERVE 64, SPRINGFIELD 61: BERLIN CENTER — Despite a great fourth quarter by Springfield, Western Reserve got the win in a Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference game.

Western Reserve (7-5, 6-3) was led by Kade Hilles with 18 points and seven rebounds. Jack Cappabianca finished with eight points and 11 rebounds. Ryan Demsky had five assists.