NOC Valley Division Championship
Brunswick edged out Hudson by 4 strokes to capture the Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division Championship on Monday.
The Blue Devils shot a team total 323, led by senior Jared Toom’s 7-over 79 at Congress Lake Country Club in Hartville.
The Explorers finished with a 327, led by freshman Will Kurtz and senior Kevin Kubik who each shot 8-over 80s.
Stow senior Ian Holt led all golfers with a 1-under 71, the only golfer in the field to shoot par or better, but the Bulldogs still finished last with a team score of 344.
Medina’s Andrew DeLaat finished runner-up to Holt individually with a 5-over 77. The Bees finished third with a team score of 329.
North Royalton and Strongsville tied for fourth place with team scores of 338.
Suburban League Tournament
Highland had all four scoring golfers post 83s or better at the par-72 Barberton Brookside Golf Course en route to a Suburban League championship.
Madison Butler led the Hornets with a 7-over 79. Other scorers were Rachel Horvath (81), Chloe McKinzie (82) and Karly Alexander (83).
Wadsworth’s Alice Ho led the field with a 1-over 73, but the Grizzlies finished seventh in a field of eight with a team score of 413.
Green finished 13 strokes back from Highland with a team 338, led by Abbie Pearce (81) and Brooke Babbin (82).
Ellet 4, Canton South 1
Brittany Torres became the Orangemen’s all-time leading scorer as they improved to 5-7.
Junior Faith Inch scored twice to lead the Orangemen, and Rebecca Six had a goal and an assist.
Torres also added an assist.
The Wildcats dropped to 2-8.
Firestone 2, Cuyahoga Falls 0
The visiting Falcons (5-5-2) overcame a number of injuries to defeat the Black Tigers (2-9-0).
Senior midfielder Reilly Dougherty led Firestone with a goal and an assist.
Buckeye 3, Cloverleaf 0
Freshman forward Sophia Barnes had two goals and junior Norah Barnes had two assists as the host Bucks improved to 10-1-1.
The Buckeyes held the Colts (3-6-0) to four shots on goal.
Copley 6, Stow 0
Junior Jordan Cotleur scored three times for the host Indians (7-3-1).
Anna Haverchak had a goal and two assists and Brooke Brenner scored and assisted.
The Bulldogs fell to 5-5-0.