Northwest 56, Kenmore 55
Andrew Colon hit a game winning jump shot with seven seconds to give the Indians (9-10) a non-conference road victory.
The Indians were led by Chad Hill (16 points), Jeremy Mondell (15) and Tristan Mullane (14).
The Cardinals (6-11), who led 20-4 after the first quarter, were led by senior Oshay Vinson’s 24 points. Vinson has now scored more than 1,100 points and is second all-time in scoring at Kenmore.
Southeast 61, Mogadore 54
The top two teams in the PTC-County faced off and the host Pirates (17-4, 10-2) came out on top and clinched at least a share of the league title.
The Pirates were led by freshman forward Danielle Norquest’s 17 points.
Ashley Barker knocked down four 3-pointers and scored 23 points to pace the Wildcats (17-3, 8-2).
Stow 56, Mentor 46
Junior guard Sam Shaver scored 16 points to help the visiting Bulldogs (17-5, 6-4 Northeast Ohio) pass the Cardinals in the conference standings.
Senior center Madi Baer added 11 points for Stow.
The Cardinals (14-7, 5-5) got 17 points from senior center Christine Dawson and 13 from senior guard Kayle Gabor.
Ravenna 53, Springfield 34
The Ravens clinched a share of the PTC-Metro championship with Kent Roosevelt with a home win over the Spartans.
Taylor Geib and Fallon Schwab-Davis each scored 10 points to lead the Ravens (15-6, 10-2).
The Spartans (4-16, 0-11) were led by Ally Graham’s 18 points.
The Ravens have won or shared the PTC-Metro title in four of the past five seasons.
Normandy 53, Cuyahoga Falls 32
Kelsey Metlesitz knocked down five 3-pointers for host Normandy as it improved to 13-7, 9-1 in the Northeast Ohio Conference.
The sophomore guard led all scorers with 25 points for the Invaders.
The Black Tigers fall to 7-15, 4-6.