Canton Division I sectional
The top four seeded singles players each advance to Saturday’s seeding matches at Harvard Park in Canton. Tessa Hill from Jackson, Lake’s Katherine McCauley, Louisville’s Gretchen Groves and Brittany Knock of Perry were the top four seeds and each move on from the Canton sectional.
On the doubles side, North Canton Hoover sends its two doubles teams into the district seeding match on Saturday. Abby Warburton and Alivia Arnold, Hoover’s No. 2 doubles team, won over Ellet, Massillon and Louisville in 6-0, 6-0 straight sets. They will join the Vikings’ No. 1 doubles team of Nicolette Bourlas and Natalie Bourlas and the doubles team from Canfield and Jackson (Maria Thomas and Emma Schoeppner) in the Oberlin Division I district.
Revere 3, Copley 0
Meredith Ruetty served 10 aces for Revere (17-3, 10-2), leading the 17th-ranked Minutemen to a Suburban League win. Adriana Farian added 16 service points for Revere.
Buchtel 3, Kenmore 0
Beunca Thomas scored 14 service points and had six digs to lead the Griffins to a City Series victory.
Stow 3, Cuyahoga Falls 0
Setter Sydney Trathen had 15 assists in leading Stow (7-10, 6-2) to a Northeast Ohio Conference win.
Chippewa 3, Green 2
With 20 kills and five aces, Anna Kaczmarek led the Chipps to a five-game win over Green. Cheyenne Rose had 18 assists for Chippewa.
St. Vincent-St. Mary 3, Massillon 0
Seniors Madison Frericks, Kylie May and Taylor Paolucci led the Irish to a three-game sweep of the Tigers.
Southeast 4, Waterloo 2
Three first-half goals by Kenny Dillon, Adam McElfresh and Colton Harsh led the Pirates (10-4-1, 7-1-0) to a Portage Trail Conference win over visiting Waterloo (2-9-2, 2-6-1). Waterloo cut the lead to 3-2 before Harsh connected on a penalty kick in the 61st minute.
Copley 1, Jackson 0
Skye Harter’s second-half, unassisted goal handed Jackson its second loss of the year, taking down the state’s second ranked Division I team. Copley improved to 9-4-1 overall. The Polar Bears fell to 11-2-2.
Wadsworth 2, Lake 0
Midfielders Jared Greissing and Nick Wenger each scored to lead the Grizzlies over visiting Lake.
Highland 2, Woodridge 0
Logan Davis and Kurt Everett each scored a goal, as Highland (8-5-1) won on the road in a nonleague game. Keepers Austin Seaman and Adam Spiros each had a save in the Hornets’ shutout.
Field 2, Nordonia 0
With 14 minutes left in the game, Dom Walker took a pass off the foot of Noah Culbertson to break a scoreless tie, as Falcons (8-3-1) shut out the Knights (5-7-1).
St. Vincent-St. Mary 4, Kent Roosevelt 1
Keeper Leah Rauscher had 12 saves in the mud at Kent Roosevelt, as the Irish improved to 9-5-1.
CVCA 3, Field 1
Freshman Toni Costa scored in each half after senior Katherine Kouzelos’ first-half goal for CVCA (9-3-1).