Beacon Journal staff report
Barberton 1, Southeast 0
Jillian Fesemyer continued her hot streak for the host Purple Magics (3-3-2) at the Barberton Magic City Tournament.
Fesemyer scored the game’s only goal on a 50-yard breakaway midway through the second half.
She scored six goals in three games in the past week and 15 in eight games this season.
The loss was the first of the year for the Pirates (6-1-1).
Highland 3, Louisville 2
The host Hornets handed the Leopards their first loss of the season, backed by seniors McKenzie Koch and Amanda Schniegenberg, who each had a goal and an assist.
Elle Cain scored the other goal for the Hornets (6-2-1).
Rachel Baughman scored twice for the Leopards (8-1-0).
Hudson 2, Copley 0
Kate Waters led the visiting Explorers with a goal and an assist as they improved to 7-1.
Claire McIsaac scored the other goal for Hudson.
Lake 5, Marlington 0
Sophomore forward Alexis Meffert scored twice and the Blue Streaks (3-1-5) held the Dukes (2-4-0) to jsut three shots on goal in a home victory.
Junior forward Taylor Smith scored and assisted on a goal.
Coventry 3, Ellet 1
Sophomore Megan Fuller posted her first hat trick, scoring all three goals for the visiting Comets (5-2-1).
Kendra Love scored the only goal for the Orangemen (2-7-0).
Jackson 1, Strongsville 0
Junior forward Rachel Bender scored the game’s only goal in the 51st minute as the visiting Polar Bears improved to 6-1-1.
Caitlyn Patton assisted on the goal.
The Mustangs drop to 3-3-1.
Berlin Hiland 2, WRA 0
Western Reserve Academy (5-2-0), which came into the game ranked second in Division III in the state by the OSSCA, lost to the host Hawks (5-3-0) for the first time in school history.
Senior Hunter Herrera scored twice in the second half, with one assist from Alex Mast.
Hudson 2, Stow 0
Junior Jack Sullivan scored for the host Explorers (5-3-1, 1-0-0 Northeast Ohio).
Jack Colazzo assisted on the goal for Hudson.
Barberton 2, Northwest 1
Eli Chiti and Jayden Williams each scored first-half goals for the host Magics (6-3-0) at the Magic City Challenge tournament.
Freshman Noah Donatelli scored for the Indians (3-5-2).