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High school sports roundup — Sept. 11

Staff report

Boys soccer

Walsh Jesuit 1, WRA 0

Junior Ben Thompson’s first-half goal was the only score of the game as the visiting Warriors improved to 2-4-2 and handed Western Reserve Academy its first loss.

Sophomore keeper Cameron Keefe made 10 saves to hold the Pioneers (5-1-0) scoreless.

Girls soccer

Highland 3, Tallmadge 0

Sophomore forward Mari Ley led the visiting Hornets (5-2-1, 2-0-1 Suburban) with a goal and an assist.

Amanda Schniegenberg and Madison Less were the other goal scorers for Highland.

The Blue Devils drop to 3-4-0, 0-3-0.

Wadsworth 5, Nordonia 0

Senior forward Leah Runkle had a hat-trick and senior Brooke Braman scored twice for the host Grizzlies (6-0-1, 3-0-0 Suburban).

Senior defender Sarah Berger assisted on three of the goals.

Braman also had an assist.

Boys golf

Ellet 154, Waterloo 173

Senior Ben Cockerham shot a 1-under 33 for the Orangemen at Mud Run Golf Course in Akron as they improved to 6-4.

Junior Joel Beswetherick shot a 5-over 39 for Ellet.

Louisville 168, Carrollton 168

After the two teams tied with their top four golfers, sophomore Mac Laceranza’s 10-over 46 won the scorecard playoff for the Leopards (8-5, 8-4 Northeastern Buckeye).

Junior Cale Pozderac led the Warriors (10-5, 9-3) with a 1-over 37.

Highland 163, Wadsworth 177

Ryan Scherler shot a 2-over 38 at Pine Hills Golf Course in Hinckley as the Hornets moved to a perfect 7-0, 6-0 Suburban.

Mogadore 172,
Lake Center Christian 174

Eddie Pearce (Mogadore) and Tim Carr (Lake Center) each shot 3-over 39 to lead their teams, but the rest of the Wildcats team was able to pick up 2 strokes as they improved to 13-2.


Revere 3, Nordonia 0

The Minutemen stayed perfect, improving to 11-0, 6-0 Suburban after winning three close sets 27-25, 29-27, 25-20.

Meredith Ruetty led the Minutemen with 10 service points (four aces) and three blocks.

Morgan Thomas had 11 kills and three blocks for the Knights (8-3, 4-2).


North Canton Hoover 5,
Louisville 0

The Vikings handed the Leopards their first loss as they stayed perfect at 14-0.

Nic Bourlas took the first singles in a marathon 6-3, 6-7 (5-7), 6-3 set.

The doubles team of Monica Albertson/Makayla Sutter goose-egged Natalie Richards/Jozie Scott 6-0, 6-0.

Louisville drops to 10-1.


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