Walsh Jesuit 149, St. Vincent-St. Mary 168
All four scoring Warriors golfers shot under 40 at Good Park Golf Course in Akron on Wednesday.
Chase Johnson led the Warriors with an even-par 35. Other scorers were Chris McShannic (37), Luke Libertore (38) and Trevor Lewis (39).
Evan Hofacker led the Fighting Irish (5-5) with a 4-over 39.
Magnificat 1, Walsh Jesuit 1
Two of the best teams in the state faced off, as the visiting Warriors came into the game ranked No. 1 in the state in Division I and the Blue Streaks No. 4, but neither team was able to break a 1-1 halftime tie.
Freshman defender Marin Auth scored the goal for the Warriors (10-0-2), but senior midfielder Kelly Brown answered for the Blue Streaks (9-1-1).
Junior keeper Libby Grace made seven saves for Walsh.
Green 3, Cloverleaf 1
Junior forward Ashley Guilmette led the visiting Bulldogs (5-6-0, 1-4-0) with a goal and an assist as they earned their first Suburban League victory.
The Colts were held to just three shots on goal.
Lake 4, Boardman 1
The Blue Streaks got out to a big lead early, scoring three first-half goals en route to a road victory.
The Blue Streaks (5-1-6) were led by senior midfielder Cara Mata, who scored two goals.
Senior midfielder Rachel Smith and junior forward Taylor Bernardo each added a goal and an assist.
The Spartans fall to 6-5-0.
Fairless 5, Tuslaw 0
Senior midfielder Tyler Smith scored two goals and assisted on another for the visiting Falcons (7-4-1, 6-2-1 Principals Athletic).
Freshman midfielder Trent Garver scored and assisted.
Keepers Zach Androw and Justin King combined for 12 saves to shut out the Mustangs. Androw also scored a goal.
Manchester 8, Canton Timken 1
The visiting Panthers (5-4-1, 5-2-1 Principals Athletic) scored seven first-half goals in a rout over the Trojans.
Sophomore forward Mason Lloyd led the attack with three goals.
Senior midfielder Matt Eidom and freshman forward Devon Scott each scored a goal and had an assist.
Wadsworth 3, Wooster 2
The Grizzlies fought through five closely contested sets to improve to 13-5.
Kelly Young won second doubles for the Grizzlies 6-1, 6-0.
After losing the other two singles sets, the Grizzlies made up ground by winning both doubles, as Kali Deem and Kiersten Castner won 6-2, 6-0 and Maria Pace and Katie Doyle won 6-3, 6-3.