Pine Hills Division I district
Led by medalist Chase Johnson, Walsh Jesuit won the team championship with a score of 317.
Johnson shot a 1-under par 71, which was 5 shots better than Ian Holt of Stow and Andrew Hinton of Aurora.
Sam Gibson shot a 79, David Lobeck an 81 and Luke Liberatore an 86 for the Warriors.
Also headed to next week’s Division I state championship at the Scarlet Course at Ohio State University are Medina, which finished second with 324, and Aurora, which was third at 326.
Spencer Koch had the Bees’ top score with a 78. Sean Sherman shot an 80, Patrick Luth an 82 and Grant Morgan an 84.
The Greenmen had solid performances from Scott Schroeder (80), Conor O’Callaghan (84) and Alex Avalon (86).
Four local players qualified for the state tournament. Jake McBride of Lake and Holt both shot 76, and Trevor Stan of GlenOak and Zack Mosholder of Tallmadge each shot 78.
Nordonia 2, Green 1
Nicole Lanese and Jordan Dickens had goals for the host Knights (11-3-2).
Senior Maggie Caswell scored her goal for the Bulldogs in the first half off an assist by sophomore Tara McCausland.
Hudson 2, North Royalton 2
Junior Margo Camp and senior Kelly Gough each had a goal for the visiting Explorers (7-3-4, 0-2-3 NOC).
Jackson 2, Boardman 0
The host Polar Bears (7-7-1, 3-1-1) won the Federal League with second-half goals from sophomore Morgan Patterson and Abby Gindlesberger.
Archbishop Hoban 3, Chardon NDCL 1
The host Knights (11-4-1) had goals from junior Mykaela Zingale, senior Madison Petit and freshman Madeline Grosklos.
Buckeye 8, Columbia 0
Senior midfielder Courtney Thomas scored twice and senior Hannah Hartley had two assists for the host Bucks (12-3-0, 9-0-0- MAC).
Manchester 9, Canton Timken 2
Senior Nathan Ariza had two goals, and senior Bryan Daily had a goal and three assists for the host Panthers (13-3-0, 11-1-0 PAC-7).
Daryl Bell and Ryan Cross each had a goal for the Trojans.
Hudson 3, Cuyahoga Falls 0
Juniors Celia Cristofoli had seven kills and setter Erin Dunlap had 15 assists for the host Explorers (15-7, 9-1 NOC).