Boys basketball

Jackson 60,

Cardinal Newman (Fla.) 57

Anthony Mazzeo poured in a game-high 23 points and the Polar Bears hung on to win their sixth game of the year and the opening game of the KSA Holiday Tournament in Orlando, Fla.

Mazzeo converted seven field goals and was 5-for-5 from the free-throw line to earn his 23 points. Four of his field goals came from 3-point range.

Will Hyde and Hayden Junker both contributed 10 points to help Jackson improve to 6-1.

The Polar Bears advance to play Sebring High School (Fla.) in the semifinals at 11 a.m. Friday.

 

Mogadore 101,

Maplewood 53

The Wildcats took control early and did not relent, reaching triple digits in a dominant victory at the Jackson-Milton Holiday Tournament.

Mogadore (3-1) drained 17 3-pointers en route to the win.

Lukas Swartz made six of those 3-pointers to aid his game-high 28-point effort. Teammate Kyle Coffman sank four of his own in scoring 21 points.

In total, the Wildcats converted 40 field goals and made four free throws in reaching the century mark in points.

 

Girls basketball

Medina 47,

Ringgold (Ga.) 44

Madison Luthy notched 16 points and Sarah McKee added 12 to keep Medina unbeaten and defeat one of Georgia's state-ranked teams in the KSA Holiday Tournament in Orlando, Fla.

Duquesne commit Lindsey Linard was held to just five points but anchored the Medina defense, blocking seven shots.

The Bees (10-0) defense locked down in the fourth quarter, holding Ringgold (10-2) to just five points, allowing for the comeback win.