Condoleon scores 39 in win
¯ JOHN F. KENNEDY 50, CLEVELAND CENTRAL CATHOLIC 46: CLEVELAND — Caitlyn Condoleon set John F. Kennedy’s single-game scoring record girls with a game-high 39 points in the win over Cleveland Central Catholic in North Coast League White Division.
John F. Kennedy (9-11, 3-5) hit six 3-pointers, all by Condoleon in the first half. She also had nine rebounds and seven steals.
The Eagles were also led by Kaitlyn Marlatt with 11 rebounds, Danielle Bradley with six assists and Genie Orlovsky with four steals.
CCC was led by Cha’ntel Barnett with 16 points.
¯ MATHEWS 54, BADGER 44: VERNON — Mathews got a big road win over Badger in Northeastern Athletic Conference play.
Mathews (11-8, 9-5) was led by Carlie Pratt with 20 points. Emily Strama helped the Mustangs as she had seven points, 13 rebounds and six assists.
Badger (12-9, 7-6) was led by Chloe Flowers with 12 points and Halyee Mott with 11 points.
¯ NEWTON FALLS 65, LAKESIDE 28: ASHTABULA — Newton Falls defeated Lakeside in non-conference play.
Newton Falls (14-6) was led by Izzy Kline with 22 points and Libby Barreca with 16 points.
Lakeside was led by La’Tina Fleming and Deahrah Williams with six points each.
¯ BRISTOL 34, NEWBURY 24: BRISTOLVILLE — Bristol outscored Newbury, 21-10, in the second half to pull away with the win in Northeastern Athletic Conference play.
The win got it a share of the Stripes Division of the NAC.
The Panthers (14-7, 10-3) were led by Kendyl Switzer with 10 points and Brittany Mooney with nine points.
Mooney broke the girls freshmen scoring record of 208 points with 212 points.
Newbury was led by Haley Hamilton with 10 points.
¯ CANFIELD 59, LOUISVILLE 42: LOUISVILLE — Canfield got a good road win over Louisville in non-conference play.
Canfield (17-3) was led by Serena Sammarone with 17 points, Jill Baker with 14 points and Grace Mangapora with 12 points.
Louisville was led by Erin Hahn with 17 points while no other girl scored more than six points.
¯ PYMATUNING VALLEY 71, MAPLEWOOD 40: ANDOVER — Madison Hurst and Ashley Hall combined for 52 of the Lakers’ points in a blowout NAC win over Maplewood.
Hurst went of for a game-high 31, including three 3-pointers. Ashley Hall scored 21, with two 3s, and also had three assists. PV (15-5, 13-0) started the game on a 15-2 run and led 36-11 at halftime.
Heidi Stiffler paced Maplewood (6-14, 4-9) with 13 points.
¯ CARDINAL MOONEY 69, BOARDMAN 46: YOUNGSTOWN — Cardinal Mooney set a school record with 11 3-pointers as the Cardinals cruised past Boardman in a non-conference clash.
Camden Hergenrother led the 3-point barrage with four 3s, and Carolyn Kay sank three more. Leading-scorer Kelly Williams added two 3-pointers as part of her 14-point effort. Hergenrother added 13 points, and Kay had 11. Nine different players scored overall for Mooney (13-8), which extended a three-point lead to 16 by halftime with a big second-quarter run.
Boardman (7-13) made seven 3s of its own. All three of Alicia Saxton’s field goals were from behind the arc as she led the Spartans with nine points.
¯ CHALKER 58, WINDHAM 27: SOUTHINGTON — Chalker started the game on a 14-2 run and never looked back in a lopsided NAC victory over the Bombers.
Shae Keeley and Caitlyn Stuart each notched double-doubles for the Wildcats (11-9, 6-7). Keeley scored a game-high 17 points and also grabbed 10 rebounds. Stuart put in 10 points and had 10 boards, and Courtney Warnick added 15 points. Chalker led 24-10 at the half and put the game out of reach with a 18-5 edge in the third quarter.
Gina Brown paced Windham (3-17, 1-12) with eight points.
¯ LAKEVIEW 54, SOUTHEAST 45: CORTLAND — Lakeview and senior Annie Pavlansky dominated the first half and never gave the Raiders a chance in a nonconference matchup.
Pavlansky scored a game-high 27 points (10 in the first quarter and 19 in the first half) to help the Bulldogs (9-12) take a 37-11 halftime edge. Lindsay Carnahan put in 12 more for Lakeview, which also held a 34-28 edge in rebounding.
Andrea Radcliff paced Southeast (12-9) with 20 points. Amanda Willis put in 14 more.