Stow 61, GlenOak 45
Junior Danielle Tiller and sophomore Sam Shaver each scored 13 points for the host Bulldogs (6-2).
Sophomore Rachel McNew had nine points for the Golden Eagles (4-5).
Copley 57, Firestone 51
An 18-point third quarter propelled the Indians to the win to end a five-game losing streak. Freshman Myriah Hoffman scored 15 points and juniors Christiana Morgan and Kaela Drake each had 10 points for Copley.
Imani Scott of the host Falcons (7-3) led all scorers with 25 points.
Canton Central Catholic 39, Perry 32
The Tigers (5-2) won the Mayor’s Cup consolation game with Bre Peterson scoring 20 points. Ashley Crossland had 19 points for the Indians (2-6).
Ellet 58, Barberton 45
Freshman guard Kendra Love had a game-high 21 points and Dynasti Smith-Malone scored for the Orangemen at the Barberton Holiday Tournament.
Heather Sykes had 13 points for the Magics (3-6).
Jackson 64, Boardman 39
Landrie Grace had 14 points, Abby Duffy and Hanna Angelo each scored 10 points for the visiting Polar Bears (3-4, 2-2 Federal).
Revere 72, Streetsboro 32
The host Minutemen had four double-digit scorers led by Caitlin Vari’s 16 points, Camryn Brown’s 15 points, and 11 each from Abby Klein and Hailey Hujer.
Cloverleaf 50, Coventry 44
The Colts (4-5) got nine points from Jessie Lindemeyer and eight points each from all-tournament players Lauren Gokey and Emily Civittolo and won the Barberton Magics championship game.
Waynedale 72, Triway 67 (2 OT)
Junior Brandon Hawkins had a game-high 21 points and senior guard Matt Kick had 21 as the host Golden Bears (3-3) won in two overtimes.
Senior forward Kyle Kearney had 20 points and sophomore guard Parker Carmichael 16 for the Titans (2-4).
East 83, Walsh Jesuit 72
Sophomore Derik Lewis scored 12 of his 30 points in the decisive 30-point fourth quarter with six 3-point shots for the host Dragons (4-2).
Mark Mittiga had 24 points for the Warriors (5-1).
Canton South 50, Louisville 35
Senior Armand Fontes led all scorers with 17 points and senior Trey Taylor added 12 points for the visiting Wildcats (6-0, 4-0 NBC).
Springfield 38, Lake Center Christian 34
Junior center Victor Dorsey had 11 points and junior Jake Kitchen scored 10 for the visiting Spartans (5-3).
Alex Armstrong and Trevor Rainieri had nine points each for the Tigers (3-3).
WRA 45, Cle. Hts. Lutheran East 40
Peter Barna had 13 points and Erick Bryant 12 for the visiting Pioneers (3-3).
North Canton Hoover 85, North 27
Sophomore forward Tony Iero had 15 points for host Hoover (7-1).