McDonald, Windham stay undefeated in conferences

¯ McDONALD 67, WESTERN RESERVE 51: BERLIN CENTER — Zach Rasile led four McDonald players in double figures as the third-ranked team in Division IV stayed undefeated in the Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference.

Riko Rodriguez had 15 points and Braedon Poole had 15 points with eight rebounds. Matthew Beedle added 10 points and six assists for McDonald (15-1, 11-0 MVAC).

Jack Cappabianca paced Western Reserve (9-3, 8-4) with 17 points and 11 rebounds, while Kade Hilles put in 11 with four assists and two steals.

¯ WINDHAM 87, LORDSTOWN 49: LORDSTOWN — Mason Angle had 11 of his game-high 22 points in the first quarter as the Bombers rolled past the Red Devils in this Northeastern Athletic Conference, Stripes Division game.

Windham, which has won seven straight, improved to 15-2, 11-0 NAC Stripes.

Austin Milhoan paced Lordstown (3-13, 1-11), which lost its fourth straight, with 16 points, while Vince Spano put in 10.

¯ MINERAL RIDGE 62, JACKSON-MILTON 46: NORTH JACKSON — Mineral Ridge had nine 3-pointers as the Rams pulled away from Jackson-Milton in this MVAC game.

Jordan Zupko led Mineral Ridge (6-13, 4-9) with 19 points, while Eric Basista had 13 points. Koby Zupko added 10.

Guy Costello led the Blue Jays (1-16, 0-12) with 17 points.

¯ MATHEWS 60, MAPLEWOOD 38: MECCA — Luke Culp and Sean McDivitt both scored six points in the first quarter as Mathews went on to beat Maplewood in Northeastern Athletic Conference play.

Mathews (10-9, 6-7 NAC Stars) was led by Sean McDivitt with 20 points and Zak Arnio with 18 points with two 3-pointers.

Maplewood (7-11, 5-7) was led by Hunter Bates with 12 points and Thomas Dorsey with 10 points.

¯ URSULINE 43, CARDINAL MOONEY 29: YOUNGSTOWN — Ursuline defeated Cardinal Mooney in the “Holy War” behind a strong first quarter.

Ursuline led 20-9 at halftime and led 34-21 after three quarters.

Ursuline (4-12) was led by RJ Clark with 19 points and Devan Keevey with eight points.

Cardinal Mooney (4-11) was led by Pete Haas with nine points and Anthony Fire with six points.

¯ NEWBURY 69, CHALKER 47: SOUTHINGTON — A big offensive first quarter for Newbury gave it the win over Chalker in Northeastern Atheltic Conference play.

Newbury was led by Mario Puletti with 21 points, Tino Johnson with 17 points and John Troph with 13 points.

Chalker (2-14, 2-10 NAC Stripes) has now lost eight-straight games. The Wildcats were led by Kyle Caracanas with 13 points and seven points from Jake Bee.

Newbury hit eight 3-pointers to Chalker’s one.