Norton 2, Marlington 1
The Panthers scored twice to come back from a 1-0 halftime deficit, improving to 7-5-1.
Katie Nagy scored the tying goal, and freshman Faith Daniel put the Panthers ahead.
Ali Rodgers put the Dukes on top early.
Minerva 4, Crestwood 3
The host Lions (8-4-3) allowed three second-half goals, but added one of their own in the second to hold on to the victory.
Josie Chaddock carried the Lions with three goals, with Harriet Whitsel scoring the other.
Archbishop Hoban 3, Chagrin Falls 1
The score was tied 1-1 at halftime, but the host Knights (13-0-2) scored twice in the second half to win.
Sophomore midfielder Kameryn Zingale scored the go-ahead goal for the Knights.
Katie Easton and Alex Sheldon also scored for the Knights.
Canton Division I Sectional
Top-seeded Tessa Hill of Jackson defeated Lake’s Katherine McCauley 6-0, 6-1 to earn a sectional championship at Harvard Park.
Brittany Knock of Perry won the third-place match over Louisville’s Gretchen Groves 6-1, 6-3.
North Canton Hoover was guaranteed a doubles championship as both its teams faced off in the championship. Nicolette and Natalie Bourlas defeated Abby Warburton and Alivia Arnold 6-4, 6-1.
Boys cross country
Massillon had runners take the top two individual spots, but Tuslaw had all five scorers finish in the top 12 to take home the top team honors.
Massillon’s Jared Hilbert won the race at 17:33 and teammate Keith Murutes finished eight seconds behind him at 17:41.
Tuslaw’s top two runners, Chad Burrow (18:12) and Brandan Shelt (18:13) took fourth and fifth.
Norton placed second in the team standings, led by Matt Davis who finished third at 18:00.
Strongsville runners took the top two spots and the team finished fifth in the Division I race.
Alex Ruch won with a time of 17:48 and Andrew Rebholz finished four seconds behind him at 17:52.
Girls cross country
Canton Central Catholic had three runners place in the top five, including the overall champion, but Tuslaw had all five scorers in the top 10 to win the team championship.
Rachel Reolfi of Canton Central Catholic won with a time of 21:05. Sarah Paul (21:30) finished third and Megan Soehnlen (21:50) took fifth.
Bethany Koons led Tuslaw in fourth place at 21:42. Rachel Koons, Kay Dunlevy, Morgan Liner and Nicole Albert took six through ninth, respectively.