Jackson-Milton closes perfect league season

JACKSON-MILTON 57, MINERAL RIDGE 25: NORTH JACKSON — The Blue Jays had 44 rebounds and went 20 for 27 from the free throw line. Michaelina Terranova led the way in scoring in rebounding, with 16 points and nine boards. Jackson-Milton finishes league play in the ITCL Blue Division with a 10-0 record. The Blue Jays are now 17-3, overall.

Mineral Ridge made just 7 of 18 free throws and did not have a single basket from downtown. Alexa Harkins led the way with nine points.

MCDONALD 48, SEBRING 30: MCDONALD — The Blue Devils scored 39 first-half points in the win. Three players scored in double-figures, as Sam Homa had 12 points, while Hannah Donker and Britney Smith had 10 points apiece.

WESTERN RESERVE 44, LOWELLVILLE 34: BERLIN CENTER — The Blue Devils led by 15 at half and never looked back. Alexis Hughes made six field goals and 5 of 6 free throws for 19 points.

The Rockets were held to just four first quarter points. Maria Mangine hit four 3-pointers for 20 points.

CHALKER 57, BRISTOL 22: BRISTOLVILLE — The Wildcats scored 37 first-half points in the win. Courtney Warnick made 10 buckets for 21 points, while Brittany Davis added 10 points.

Bristol had a rough shooting night, as it shot just 10 of 44 from the field, to go along with 2 for 11 at the foul line, and 0 for 9 from 3-point range. Hailee Elza finished with a double-double, as she had 16 points and 12 boards.

CANFIELD 46, BOARDMAN 44: CANFIELD — The Cardinals held off a late Spartan push to take the victory. Grace Mangapora made eight of the team’s 20 field goals for 16 points.

Boardman outscored Canfield, 15-6, in the fourth quarter. However, it was not enough. Lauren Pavlansky made all four of the Spartans’ 3-pointers for 16 points, while Lauren Gabriele added 12 points of her own.

BADGER 40, MAPLEWOOD 28: KINSMAN — The Braves held the Rockets to 11 second-half points. Haylee Mott made both of Badger’s 3-pointers, good enough for an eight point evening.

Maplewood made just 2 of 5 free throws and scored just 11 points after halftime. Madison Murray made four buckets for eight points.

LORDSTOWN 60, NEWBURY 21: LORDSTOWN — The Red Devils outscored Newbury, 18-5, in the second quarter. Kaylynn Higinbotham made five of the team’s seven 3-pointers for 19 points.

Newbury was held to just nine first-half points, matching the total number of field goals it had for the game. Desiree Sullivan led Newbury with six points.

MATHEWS 59, HEARTLAND CHRISTIAN 19: COLUMBIANA — The Mustangs made 11 3-pointers, eith seven coming from Paige Sponsler. Sponsler finished with 27 points, while Cara Bornemiss made three 3-pointers for 11 points.

Heartland was shutout in the first quarter, but wound up shutting out Mathews in the fourth quarter. Sarah Keyes had nine points.