Firestone 75, North 53
Junior forward Darian Carter put up a monster game with 22 points, 23 rebounds and 12 steals for the host Falcons (13-5, 11-0 City Series).
Also scoring in double figures for the Falcons were Destini Turner (15 points) and Yolanda Sims (10).
Sabrie Meadows paced the Vikings with 12 points and Tia Balknight added 10.
Ellet 65, Buchtel 39
Senior point guard Kendra Love shot 12-of-15 from the field en route to a 30-point performance as the visiting Orangemen improved to 9-3 in the City Series and 10-8 overall.
Tieara Brice scored 12 points to lead the Griffins (3-13, 2-9).
Manchester 72, Indian Valley 62
Two players recorded double-doubles for the host Panthers (12-6, 9-3 Principals Athletic Conference).
Alex Klein scored 24 points with 11 rebounds and Kayci Krzynowek had 21 points and 11 assists.
Brittni Porter and Emma Kreakbaum added 11 and 10 points, respectively.
The Braves were led by Paige Saho (19 points) and Emily Baker (14).
Stow 2,463, Solon 2,448
Senior Mike Edwards was two pins away from matching a personal best, rolling a 288 as the Bulldogs improved to 11-4.
Walsh Jesuit 4, Mentor Lake Catholic 3
Senior Mitch Hines scored the game-winning goal with 1:57 to go in overtime Monday to lead the host Warriors to a victory at the Kent State University Ice Arena.
The victory hands Walsh (15-12-4, 7-1-2) the inaugural Great Lakes Hockey League regular-season title.
Walsh overcame a 3-1 deficit in the third period. Senior Joel Ruane scored a goal for Walsh with 7:36 left and then senior Colin Lippincott delivered the game-tying goal with 40 seconds to go.
Junior Kevin Van Bokkelen netted Walsh’s first goal with 5:28 remaining in the first period.