Boys track and field
Hudson continued its winning ways in invitational meets with 70 points at Austintown Fitch.
Tim Staudt, David McCallops, Greg Yanda, and Leighton Antonio of the Explorers won the 1,600-meter relay and Kyle Mau in the 3,200.
The Stow 3,200-relay team of Vince Horning, Nick Hall, Paul Lovell and Matt Walker took first place, Garrett Crichlow of Twinsburg set the meet record in the 1,600 in 4:16.64 and Sean Poholski of St. Vincent-St. Mary won the 800.
East Canton Hornet Relays
Aaron Kennedy’s long jump of 19 feet, 1¾ inches helped East Canton win the long jump relay, and he set the record of 38-2½ in the triple jump.
Duke Taylor of the Hornets led the team and all individuals in both the shot and discus.
Girls track and field
St. Vincent-St. Mary finished second led by the victorious 3,200-relay team of Julia Mendiola, Marissa Rossetti, Cynthia Haas, and Tessa Weigand; Megan Tomei winning the discus throw; and Weigand’s win in the 800 run.
Buchtel, which was third, won the 800 relay behind the efforts of Tykeshia Thompson, N’Dea Lee-Orsley, Arnita Johnson and Simone Green.
Morgan Estes of Green set the meet record of 12 feet in the pole vault, Melanie Winters of Stow took the long jump, Natalie Zidd of Highland won the 1,600 run, and Ashleigh Pickens won the high jump.
East Canton Hornet Relays
St. Thomas Aquinas won the event as the Knights also won the 400, 800, 1,600, 3,200, shot put, long jump, the medley distance and 400 shuttle relays.
Megan Criswell of North Canton Hoover was the top individual in the triple jump and Kristen Whitlatch had the top shot put throw at 31-10.
Firestone 7, Chippewa 6
Senior Chris Merzweiler had two hits and drove in the game-winning RBI in the two-run top of the seventh for the visiting Falcons (13-11).
Winning pitcher Kevin Halverson had two hits and an RBI, and Tom Lehman had two hits and two RBI at Canal Park.
Woodridge 2, Ravenna 1
Tommy Morehouse had a double and scored the game-winning run on Danny Rice’s fourth-inning hit for the host Bulldogs (10-10).
Junior pitcher Brad Snyder (4-2) gave up three hits.
GlenOak 9, Wadsworth 0; Wadsworth 10, GlenOak 1
Michael Shori of the host Golden Eagles threw a no-hitter in the first game.
Connor Van Fleet had three hits and two RBI for the Grizzlies in the second game.
Hoban 2, Medina 1; Hoban 8, Medina 7
The host Knights (15-8) scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh of the first game to give the win to Drew Lakos (3-1).
The Knights pulled off another come-from-behind win in the second game with four in the bottom of the seventh. Senior Tom Yakubowski had two triples and four RBI.
Twinsburg 6, Ellet 4; Brecksville 7, Ellet 2
Kourtney Paul was 4-for-4 with a double, triple and four RBI for the Tigers (11-10).
Amanda Donaldson and Laura Lakins each had two hits for the Orangemen (8-10) in the loss to the Bees (17-5).
Archbishop Hoban 4, Chardon ND-CL 3 (9 innings)
Junior catcher Jo Nicodemus drove in senior Natalie Bender with an RBI double in the top of the ninth inning for the visiting Knights (9-13, 4-4 North Coast League).
Senior Kaleigh Ropp had a double and two RBI for Hoban.
Coventry 4, Barberton 1; Coventry 6, Barberton 1
Senior Hailee Sellers and sophomore Amber Thacker each had a double and RBI in the first game for the host Comets (13-7).