Kenmore 54, CVCA 53
Porshae Hearn scored 28 points to help the visiting Cardinals (12-4) overcome a 43-35 deficit at the end of the third quarter.
Ashley Tyna led the Royals (6-12) with 20 points and Megan Foley had a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds.
Hudson 48, Stow 38
Senior forward Hannah Boesinger had 12 points and senior Kelly Gough and junior Jackie Ulmer each had 10 for the host Explorers (15-2, 5-1 NOC Valley).
Junior guard Sam Shaver led all scorers with 18 points for the Bulldogs (12-5, 2-2).
Wadsworth 72, Nordonia 42
Senior guard McKenzie O’Brien had a game-high 17 points for the visiting Grizzlies (15-2, 10-0), who continue to march toward another Suburban League title.
Tallmadge 55, Highland 44
Senior forward Leah Makuch scored 24 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and dished out five assists and junior guard Kelsey Rice had nine points, 13 rebounds, five assists, five blocks and five steals for the host Blue Devils (12-4, 7-3 Suburban).
Cloverleaf 40, Revere 31
Brittany Piper and Bri Burgos each had 10 points for the upstart visiting Colts (7-10, 3-7 Suburban).
Caitlin Vari had 11 points for the Minutemen (9-7, 6-4).
North Canton Hoover 53, Perry 26
Juniors Julie Worley and Kaylee Stroemple scored 18 and 15 points, respectively, for the host Vikings.
Smithville 47, Chippewa 40
Senior Kylie Frizell led the visiting Smithies (18-0, 11-0) with 17 points in the WCAL showdown.
Ashley Richardson of the Chipps (15-3, 8-3) had 11 points.
Walsh Jesuit 72, Chardon ND-CL 42
The host Warriors had five players in double digits: Jessa Gilberto with 18 points, Lilli Piper 14, Regina Bandwen 12, and 10 each from Anna Hall and Sophia Simone.
Mogadore 67, Our Lady of the Elms 33
Junior Brinkley Harvey scored 17 points and junior Ashley Barkley had 13 points for the host Wildcats (6-9).
Buchtel 76, Cleveland East Tech 73
Senior Daizha Ulmer led the Griffins (6-10) to a road win with 26 points.
Northwest 55, Barberton 48
Jordan Smith had 23 points and Amanda Crites 17 for the host Indians (6-10).
The Magics (4-13) got 12 points each from Katie Wright, Heather Sykes and Brittany Conner.
Archbishop Hoban 82, Youngstown Mooney 41
Senior DeAllen Jackson and junior Christian Wait each had 15 points for the host Knights (11-3).
Copley 62, Ellet 50
Senior forward Kenny Paramore led the visiting Indians (7-8) with 23 points and nine rebounds.
Junior center Jake Williams had 12 points for the Orangemen (3-11).
Cooper Comstock won the 50 freestyle and the 100 backstroke and joined teammates Kory Braman, Emilio Bloch and Hikaru Canode on the winning 200 medley relay to lead Copley to the league championship.
Kennedy Herbert won the 200 IM and anchored the 400 freestyle relay team with Miriam Blaine, Katie Kussow and Haley Jenkins to help Green win the league title with 298 points.
Copley, which was second with 289 points, won the 200 medley relay and the 200 freestyle. Madison Myers won the 100 freestyle and Brenda Prifti won the 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly.