JFK, Jackson-Milton win; Lordstown tops Mathews

Division IV girls

KENNEDY 63, WESTERN RESERVE 51: BERLIN CENTER — Antonella LaMonica’s 37 points lifted Kennedy past the Blue Devils. LaMonica made 10 of 12 free throws and scored 26 points in the second-half. Kennedy will face No. 3 McDonald is a district semifinal next Wednesday, 6 p.m. at Mineral Ridge High School.

The Blue Devils missed nine free throws and allowed 35 second-half points. Alexis Hughes had 15 points.

JACKSON-MILTON 59, SOUTHERN LOCAL 21: NORTH JACKSON — The Blue Jays scored 40 points in the first-half. Ashley Cameron led the way with 17 points. Jackson-Milton (20-3) will face No. 6 Lordstown next Wednesday, 6 p.m. in a district semifinal at Mineral Ridge.

CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN 68, CHALKER 33: WILLOUGHBY — Chalker finishes its season at 12-12, as it allowed 28 points in the opening period. Courtney Warnick had 11 points.

CUYAHOGA HEIGHTS 37, BRISTOL 16: CUYAHOGA HEIGHTS — The Panthers shot just 7 of 23 from the field. Hailee Elza finished with a double-double, as she had 12 points and 10 boards.

LORDSTOWN 50, MATHEWS 36: LORDSTOWN — The Red Devils led by 17 at half. Lordstown made 18 of 24 free throws, led Kellee Applegate’s 7 of 10 effort. Applegate and Alexis Weekley had 11 points apiece. Lordstown will face No. 1 Jackson-Milton in a district semifinal next Wednesday, 7:45 at Mineral Ridge High School.

Mathews was held to nine first-half points. Cara Bornemiss had eight points.

Division III girls

BROOKFIELD 68, HAWKEN 66: BROOKFIELD — The Warriors made 19 free throws and managed to hold off Hawken in the fourth quarter, 21-20. Bailey Drapola was 11 of 13 from the stripe and had 29 points. Brookfield will face No. 1 Garfield next Wednesday, 6 p.m., at Ravenna High School.

MOONEY 42, CANTON CENTRAL CATHOLIC 33: YOUNGSTOWN — Mooney improves to 12-10, as it limited Central Catholic to 12 first-half points. Conchetta Rinaldi finished with a double-double, as she had 14 points and 10 boards.

URSULINE 77, CRESTVIEW 45: YOUNGSTOWN — Ursuline (13-10) made 33 of 57 from the field. Dayshanette Harris and Simone Comer combined for 60 points, with Harris scoring 34.