JFK plays well in loss; Howland routs ’Dogs

¯ VILLA ANGELA-ST. JOSEPH 50, JOHN F. KENNEDY 40: WARREN — The Eagles hung tough with the visitors, pulling to within four points in the final quarter.

“We lost by 30 early in the season at their place, so I was happy with the girls’ effort tonight,” Kennedy coach John Condoleon said.

Caitlyn Condoleon had 15 points, six rebounds and three assists for JFK (5-, 1-3 North Coast League White Division). Denise Bradley added 10 points, Genie Orlosky tallied eight and Naomi Herman grabbed 10 rebounds.

¯ HOWLAND 70, LAKEVIEW 41: CORTLAND — Mackenzie Maze led two other teammates who were in double figures by scoring 28 points in the Tigers’ rout of rival Lakeview in an All-American Conference Red Tier game.

Maze was backed by Alex Ochman with 16 points and Gabby Hartzell with 12 as Howland improved to 13-4 overall and 7-2 in the Red Tier.

The Tigers led at the quarter breaks by scores of 12-4, 32-13 and 50-26.

Lakeview (7-10, 3-6) was led by Annie Pavlansky with 26 points and 10 rebounds.

¯ LIBERTY 58, CHAMPION 53: LIBERTY — China Tate scored 23 points, Nysa Gilchrist added 18 and Sharda Williamson contributed 11 as Liberty won a key All-American Conference Blue Tier contest.

The Golden Flashes (10-3, 6-3) were paced by Megan Turner with 20 points and Abby White with 14.

Champion took a 19-11 lead after one quarter but Liberty (10-4, 7-3) tied the game at 22-22 at the intermission. A 19-9 edge for the Leopards in the third quarter provided enough of a cushion to hold off the Flashes in the fourth.

¯ NEWTON FALLS 39, STRUTHERS 31: NEWTON FALLS — The Tigers (10-5) won a defensive struggle against the Wildcats. Alli Sembach led Falls with 12 points on four 3-pointers. Izzy Kline and Libby Barreca added eight points apiece and Leighann Knorzer chipped in with six points off the bench.

The Tigers led 10-4 after one quarter, 28-14 at halftime and 32-19 after three quarters.

¯ BROOKFIELD 87, CAMPBELL 29: BROOKFIELD — The Warriors stayed ahead of the pack in the All-American Conference Blue Tier with the rout. Brookfield (10-3, 7-1) led 24-7 after one quarter and 43-15 at halftime.

Bailey Drapola led the way with 30 points, Marlaina Marek and Rebecca Litz scored 12 apiece and Tori Sheehan added 11.

¯ NILES 44, HUBBARD 22: NILES — The Red Dragons used an 18-5 second-quartrer edge to open up an 8-5 lead against Hubbard in an All-American Conference White Tier contest.

Emma Dellinger led Niles (6-9, 3-5) with 13 points.

Hubbard (3-12, 2-6) was paced by Madison Casey with nine points.

¯ MAPLEWOOD 48, HEARTLAND CHRISTIAN 25: MECCA — Heidi Stiffler scored 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Maplewood.

The Rockets (4-10) increased an 8-6 first-quarter lead to 19-11 at halftime and 32-17 after theree quarters.

¯ BADGER 49, NEWBURY 39: NEWBURY — Badger scored 17 points in the first quarter and 17 more in the fourth to win a daytime game played in front of the Newbury student body.

The Braves (10-5, 5-3 Northeastern Athletic Conference) were led by Haylee Mott with 12 points and Kiersten Tricker with 10.

¯ PYMATUNING VALLEY 56, WINDHAM 24: ANDOVER — Madison Hurst scored 19 points, passing the 1,000-point milestone for her career, in the Lakers’ easy victory.

Kendall Baker added 13 points for PV (11-3, 9-0 Northeastern Athletic Conference) and Ashley Hall scored nine.

The Lakers led 12-5 after one quarter, 27-12 at halftime and 41-4 after three quarters.

Cheyenne Wallace led Windham with eight points.

¯ VALLEY CHRISTIAN 67, SOUTHEAST 59: RAVENNA — The Eagles (9-5, 6-1) took over sole possession of first place in the Portage Trails Conference County Division. Imane Snyder scored 24 points and Kristen Gill and Taylor Jones added 16 apiece.