Norton 51, Green 42
Senior Jaclyn Fortner finished with 18 points, including four 3-point shots, and Cara Cook had 13 points and 11 rebounds to lead the visiting Panthers at the Turkey Tip-off.
Senior Erika Rector was the Bulldogs’ top scorer with 13 points and came up with three steals.
Chippewa 62, Mogadore 37
The host Chipps are off to a 2-0 start. Sophomore Maegan Storad led the Chipps with 11 points, and junior Rachel Zacour had eight points and seven rebounds.
Lake 71, Revere 51
Senior forward McKenna Stephens led all scorers with 21 points, and junior forward Baylen Dyrlund had 14 points for the host Blue Streaks (1-0).
Coventry 55, Southeast 50
Sophomore guard Emily Cerepak had 16 points, and freshman guard Karli Morisak added 15 for the host Comets in their season opener.
Syana White led the Pirates with 17 points, and Brittany Butcher had 15.
Solon 59, St. Vincent-St. Mary 51
Junior guard Shannon Jack led the host Fighting Irish with 14 points, and juniors Jordan Korinek and Kiley May each had 11 points.
A six-point fourth quarter proved costly.
Walsh Jesuit 73, East Cleveland Shaw 37
The visiting Warriors used a balanced attack in their first game, as Jessa Gilberto had 25 points and both Rachel Keough and Anna Hall scored 18 points.
Dublin Coffman 57, Archbishop Hoban 46
The host Shamrocks led by as many as 23 points until a fourth-quarter rally by the Knights at the Gary West Tip-off Classic in Reynoldsburg.
Hoban’s Alessandra Dickos had a game-high 17 points.
Twinsburg 57, Columbus Northland 46
The two-time defending Division II state champions are 2-0 after a victory at the Gary West Tip-off Classic.
Senior guard Brooke Smith and sophomore Aloneet Durdeb led the Tigers with 17 points each.
Aurora 46, Nordonia 28
Camille Brown had 15 points, and Erin McNamara scored 12 for the host Greenmen (1-0).
Minerva 38, Fairless 32
Senior guard Jacklyn Russell was the lone double-digit scorer with 13 points for the host Lions (1-0).
Streetsboro 42, Garrettsville 31
The visiting Rockets opened their season with a win led by 13 points from Mikaela Dombrowski and 10 points and six rebounds from Marra Woods.
Jackie Tabor had 13 points and Melody Bright had eight points and six rebounds for the G-Men.
East Canton 46, Heritage Christian 26
Sophomore Megan Gothard and senior Brianna Payne each had eight points for the host Wizards.