Ellet 156, Kenmore 207
The Orangemen started their 2013 season on the right foot, with three golfers being within 3 strokes of par.
Senior Ben Cockerham shot an even-par 34 while Ryan Gerrow and Joel Beswetherick each shot 3-over 37s.
Woodridge 152, Waterloo 180
The Bulldogs improved to 4-1, 4-1 on their home course at Brandywine, Peninsula.
A trio of juniors paced the Bulldogs, led by Mike Seminatore and an even-par 36. Aaron Westphal shot a 1-over 37, and Michael Walter shot a 3-over 39.
Senior Jacob Flarida led the Vikings with a 1-over 37.
Norton 169, Field 172
Mason Juersivich led the Panthers (3-2, 3-2) with a 3-over 39 in this closely contested PTC-Metro match.
The Falcons drop to 5-2, 3-2.
Archbishop Hoban 5, Northwest 0
The Knights improved to 2-0 in a dominating effort over the Indians, holding them to just two shots on goal while scoring five times.
Senior forward Mykaela Zingale led the Knights efforts on offense, scoring twice.
Senior midfielder Brooke Simmons scored and had an assist.
Barberton 5, Ellet 0
Senior wing Brittney Connor and junior forward Alexis Canfora each scored twice to give the host Magics their first win in the season opener.
Sophomore wing Shannon Wilson scored the Magics’ other goal.
Buckeye 3, Midview 1
The host Bucks improved to 2-0 with an impressive showing from their underclassmen.
Freshmen Sophia Barnes and Corrinne Phillips each scored goals, as did junior Sarah Turner.
Junior Norah Barnes had two assists.
Brunswick 5, Elyria 0
The visiting Blue Devils only led 1-0 at halftime, but came out strong with four second-half goals to improve to 2-0.
Macey Juguilon scored twice to lead the Blue Devils.