Girls soccer

Norton 3, Cuyahoga Falls 2

Kelsey Ringkor scored Norton’s (1-0) game-winning goal with 13 minutes left in the game.

Freshman Alaina Davis assisted on Ringkor’s goal.

Ellet 6, Bedford 1

Two goals each by Clair Struhsaker and Morghan Tucker allowed the visiting Orangemen to win their opener.

St. Vincent-St. Mary 9, Lake Center Christian 0

Three goals by Carly Tersigni topped the seven Irish players to score in their opener.

Barberton 4, Canton Cent. Catholic 2

Center Jenna Kelley scored twice for the difference in the Magics’ (1-0) win over the visiting Crusaders (0-2).

Tennis

Norton 5, Field 0

The Panthers remained unbeaten in Portage Trail Conference play, taking five matches from host Field on Monday.

Spencer Clark won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 2 singles, as Norton improved to 4-1 overall and 4-0 in the league.

Boys golf

Woodridge 171, Cloverleaf 195

Medalist Mark Bills shot a 4-over-par 40 to lead the Bulldogs to a PTC-Metro Division win at Brandywine Golf Course.

Coventry 176, Field 186

A 2-over-par 39 by Jay Thammachack led the Comets (5-1, 5-1) to a PTC win at Turkeyfoot. Austin Goodwill shot 40 for the Falcons (6-2, 5-2).

Girls golf

Woodridge 222, CVCA 219

Senior captain Kendra Kearns shot a season-best 41 to pace the Bulldogs.

St. Vincent-St. Mary 173, Mansfield Senior 180

Maura Knox and Julia Hofacker each carded 40s to lead the Irish.

Girls soccer

Stow 6, Kent Roosevelt 4

Forward Emily Andrassy had a hat trick and Theresa Pope scored twice as the Bulldogs beat rival Kent Roosevelt in their season opener.

It was Stow’s third consecutive victory over the Rough Riders in Nate Rausch’s tenure as Stow coach.

“Our whole back line was much better in the second half, led by Julia Csernyick and Madi Marino,” Rausch said of his defenders.

“It wasn’t our best defensive effort, but it was nice with our scoring output.”

Cloverleaf 6, Keystone 0

Four goals by Alli Gray led the Colts (1-0) to victory. Cara Bounocore assisted two of Gray’s scores for the Colts, who had 28 shots on goal.

Our Lady of the Elms 3, North 0

Goals by Anna Herpy, Katie Petit and Toni Chinchar allowed the Panthers (1-0) to win their opener.

Jackson 2, Revere 0

Goals by Lauren Hattery and Brooke Parsons and four saves by keeper Chloe Falconer led Jackson to a shutout victory.

Volleyball

St. Vincent-St. Mary 3, Canton McKinley 0

Elizabeth Tavolier’s 17 service points and nine digs led the Irish to victory. Rhiannon Stams added 11 kills.

North Canton Hoover 3, Louisville 1

The Vikings came back from a 25-22 loss in the opening set to beat Louisville. Hannah DiGiacomo’s 41 assists led Hoover.

Stow 3, Elyria 0

Lauren Fair’s 21 assists and six aces led the Bulldogs to a nonleague, season-opening win.

Boys soccer

Warren Howland 1, Firestone 1

David Wright’s score off a corner kick eight minutes into the second half allowed the Falcons to tie the Tigers.

Rittman 2, Fairless 0

Keeper Kyle Fox’s 11 saves preserved a shutout as Grant Frase scored twice for the Indians.

Tennis

Ravenna 4, Crestwood 1

Nataly Carver’s straight-set win at second singles helped Ravenna to a Portage Trail Conference cross-division win.

Boys soccer

Archbishop Hoban 3, Marlington 0

Jack Samuelson scored two goals to help the Knights begin the season with a home victory.

Duncan Ulman netted the other goal for Hoban and also provided an assist to Samuelson.

John Lauterjung earned the shutout in goal for the Knights.

Coventry 3, Rootstown 3

Comets sophomore Jordan Akins scored his second penalty kick of the match with 13:50 remaining to earn a tie in the season opener for both teams.

The Rovers outshot Coventry 15-9, but Cole Prater turned away 12 shots to help the Comets break even on the road.

Gerard Fernandez, Josh Wurtz and Cory Banks each tallied a goal for Rootstown. Fernandez and Banks also added assists.

Girls soccer

Ravenna 5, Alliance 2

After a 1-1 halftime tie, the visiting Ravens scored three goals in the first five minutes of the second half to gain control and win their first game of the year.

Kaylee Compeli, Avery Robinson and Ellie Hatcher each scored a goal to seize momentum for Ravenna in the crucial five-minute stretch.

Robinson also tacked on an assist.

Boys golf

Firestone 177, Mogadore 178

The Falcons handed the Wildcats their second loss of the year at J.E. Good Park Golf Course.

Freshman Nathan Ryan and junior James Garchar each carded a 43 on the par-35 front nine to pace Firestone (2-1).

Mogadore (4-2) freshman Bryce Hall earned match medalist honors with a 42.

Tennis

Revere 5, Twinsburg 0

The Minutemen swept all five matches to stay undefeated.

Junior Amy Lazbin won 6-1, 6-1 at first singles to lead the way for Revere (4-0).

MEDINA: There’s just something about the blue and yellow of Copley’s boys soccer team that causes Medina to see red.

The Indians threw everything they could at the Bees on Friday in the season opener for both teams at Medina Memorial Stadium, yet Medina walked out a 3-1 winner.

Down a goal at halftime, the Bees came out determined in the second half and emerged with their fourth win in the teams’ last five meetings.

“They’re our archrivals, you know what I mean?” Medina forward Andy Prostor said. “You come out every single year and it’s been the first game the last two years. They beat us 5-2 … two years ago and ever since then, we’ve held a little bit of a grudge on them.

“Every single time we face them, it’s just a challenge. Even though it’s the first game of the season, it’s the most important game of the season.”

The Bees have ended the Indians’ season the last two years in the Medina Division I district final and have stopped campaigns in three of the last four. They started 2017 with a determined win.

Down a goal after Evan Malpass scored 10 minutes into things, Medina never looked back in a dominant second half.

Prostor found Mike Kelly five minutes after intermission and then scored two himself off assists by Brandon Leckie and Parker Csiszar.

What the win also did was send a message to the Indians that even though first-team All-Ohioan Justin Libertowski might be off at Ashland University, the district still goes through Medina.

“This is a huge game,” Kelly said. “We’re a huge rival with them. We’ve been working hard. Some thought since we lost Will [Turrittin] and Justin that we wouldn’t be as good, but we just filled in the shoes, put the work in and got the win.”

Winners of three of the last four district finals, the Bees made a big statement with a win the first time out this season.

Medina hasn’t lost to Copley since Oct. 25, 2014, and is 8-4-2 in the last 14 meetings. The senior class has lost only twice — both times when the players were freshmen.

“We have a legacy to uphold,” Prostor said. “We made it to the Final Four last year. The goal is to go further and it starts now. It started in the preseason. Now is our first real challenge. We had to come out.”

As strong as the Indians were in the first half, the Bees kicked things up a notch and held the Indians to one other shot late in the game as defenders Andrew Horton, Grayson Madden, Leckie and Tom Guta — all returning letter winners — made sure keeper Tyler Glasenapp was well protected.

“It was three defensive mistakes,” Indians coach David Antal said. “We had them at four shots on goal, but a defensive mistake cost. We had to match their intensity. That was our talk at halftime.

“This is a great game. It’s a fun game. I don’t know why you wouldn’t want to play in this game. Medina came out and said this one isn’t over.”

Boys golf

Copley 174, Wadsworth 175

The Indians edged out the Grizzlies by a stroke at Brookside Country Club on Thursday afternoon.

Jacob Strandberg carded a 40 to lead Copley.

Wadsworth junior Matt Moore earned match medalist with a 39, but the difference in the match came from the second and third scores.

Andrew Lampner shot a 42 and Rusty Long carded a 43 to provide solid scores at the two and three spots for Copley. Wadsworth’s Beau Casey and Garrett Boyes shot 43 and 46, respectively.

Northwest 154, St. Thomas Aquinas 162

Northwest remained undefeated by vanquishing the visiting Knights in a nonleague match at Lyons Den Golf Course.

Austin Koprivec and Josh Woodward shared medalist honors for Northwest (3-0) with each carding a 35 on the par-34 front nine.

Ethan Hawkins paced Aquinas (1-1) with a 38 and teammate Katie Hie­stand scored a 39.

Girls golf

Lake Center Christian 205, Southeast 218

Returning PTC Player of the Year Madison Justice shot a 39 at Sable Creek Golf Course to lift the Tigers to a nonleague victory.

LCC improved to 4-2.

Macy McClure led the Pirates with a 47. The loss was just the second of the season for the Pirates, who fell to 5-2.

Tennis

Highland 4, Twinsburg 1

The Hornets improved to 4-0 in dual matches, paced by Emily Hadler’s straight-set win at No. 1 singles. Rachel Fannin and Joelle Petek also posted singles victories for Highland.

Norton 4, Woodridge 1

Casey Clark and Spencer Clark rolled to 6-0, 6-0 victories at first and second singles, respectively, to lead the Panthers to a Portage Trail Conference win.

The second doubles team of Brenna Vence and Sarah Young also won in straight 6-0 sets for Norton (2-1, 2-0).

Boys golf

Waynedale 170, Cloverleaf 185, Orrville 186

Waynedale’s Drew Hostetler and Orrville’s Conner Budd shared medalist honors at The Pines in Orrville Wednesday. Each shot a 3-over 39.

Hostetler had help from teammates Thad Weaver (41), Dillon Ledford (43) and Alex Pittman (47) as the Golden Bears won the tri-match.

Aurora 4›, Shaker Heights 1›

The Greenmen defeated Shaker Heights in match play at Highland Park Golf Course.

Tennis

Stow 3, Kent Roosevelt 2

The Bulldogs swept the singles matches to defeat the Rough Riders on Tuesday afternoon.

Samantha Heid (No. 1), Lexi Ostrander (No. 2) and Rachael Denholm (No. 3) won the singles matchups to drop Roosevelt to 0-2. Heid and Denholm won in straight sets and Ostrander rallied from a set down.

Wadsworth 3, Norton 2

Gabriela Heideman rolled to a 6-0, 6-0 victory at first singles to help the Grizzlies improve to 2-0.

Wadsworth senior Hannah Jarolim and junior Alicia Shepard earned victories in the other singles matches.

Boys golf

Highland Sectional Preview

The Hornets placed first in a four-team preview at Brookside Country Club in Norton.

Highland took the title with a 311 on the par-72 course. Hornet Ross Scherler was medalist after carding a 76, and teammates Cooper Phelps and Cameron Jean were right behind with 77s.

Wooster placed second with a 319, followed by Revere (331) and Tallmadge (392).

ARCHBISHOP HOBAN

Anthony Ursetti (4.38): cross country, baseball

Connor Malloy (4.26): football, volleyball

Carson Miller (4.07): soccer, volleyball

Anthony Micale (4.05): cross country, track

Zachary Hahn (4.04): cross country, track

Alex Hoffman (4.01): soccer, wrestling

Mark Dudek (3.98): cross country, track

Hannah Hottinger (3.96): volleyball, track

Joel Krznaric (3.85): cross country, track

Brandon Eckman (3.83): football, volleyball

Jason Londa (3.61): soccer, lacrosse

Madeline Terzola (3.53): softball, volleyball

Allyson Waddell (3.51): softball, volleyball

Bryce Tipton (3.51): football, track

John Durkin (3.40): soccer, tennis

Michael Hornacek (3.31): cross country, track

Derek McCarthy (3.27): cross country, track

Atticus Hughes (3.26): football, lacrosse

Bridget Wiedt (3.71): soccer, lacrosse

Grant Kersh (3.53): football, baseball

BUCHTEL

Camille Henderson (3.5): cross country

Canton Central Catholic

Emily Paul (4.48): cross country, swimming, track

Isabella Ricchetti (4.52): volleyball, swimming)

Megan Soehnlen (4.40): cross country, track

Zachary Fox (4.46): football, lacrosse

James Wills (4.5): football, wrestling, track

Luke Ezzo (4.5): football, wrestling, track

Kimberly Ray (4.32): volleyball, basketball

Kaitlin Farey (4.3): volleyball, basketball

Wyatt Smith (4.2): football, lacrosse

Kyle Jones (4.1): bowling, tennis

Jack Murphy (4.5): football, basketball, lacrosse

Catherine Burke (4.15): swimming, softball

Nicholas Kortis (4.26): cross country, swimming, track

Matthew Mattis (4.1): cross country, swimming, track

Leigha Tansel (4.16): swimming, softball

Kasie Perretta (3.82): swimming, track

Quinton Heck (4.13): football, basketball, baseball

Sean Dick (4.15): cross country, track

Jaret Cummins (3.98): football, track

Mary Kurtz (3.82): cross country, swimming, tack

Megan McCue (3.97): tennis, track

Jacob Grow (3.68): swimming, track

Harris Stuffel (3.58): football, basketball

Andrew Soltis (3.46): football, lacrosse

Molly Fisher (3.56): swimming, track

Copley

Andrew Dunkle (4.45): cross country, track

Todd Bertsch (4.43): soccer, tennis

Brad Mularcik (4.35): swimming, track

Allison Dunkle (4.35): cross country, track

Kiley Blachaniec (4.27): golf, basketball

Colton Murray (4.02): football, wrestling

Paige Farren (3.97): bowling, cross country

Nicholas Mastrangelo (3.82): soccer, baseball

Austin Brenner (3.73): football, basketball

Sean McClaren (3.67): cross country, track, swimming

Kevin Rich (3.55): cross country, bowling

Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy

Ryan Baxter (3.89): cross country, hockey

Ricky Peterson (3.98): soccer, track

James Hancock (3.94): swimming, baseball

Sarah Holzman (3.96): cross country, track

Elisa Bartel (3.96): cross country, basketball

Kate Capper (3.90): soccer, track

Matthew D’Abreau (3.87): cross country, track

Matthew Miller (3.77): swimming, baseball

Brooks Montgomery (3.87): soccer, hockey

Brendon Watters (3.81): hockey, lacrosse

Hannah Karayan (3.79): cross country, track

Dana Brown (3.69): cross country, track

Tyler Knisley (3.65): bowling, tennis

Jaya Wilson (3.55): soccer, track

Chris Fair (3.51): basketball, baseball

Brady Bissonette (3.42): soccer, tennis

Luke Leonard (3.48): soccer, baseball

David Criswell (3.47): soccer, lacrosse

Emily Atwood (3.43): cross country, lacrosse

Cuyahoga Falls

Thomas Hillyer (4.116): cross country, swimming, track

Marissa Kassinger (4.114): soccer, swimming

Dalton

Madee Kutz (3.985): cross country, track

Caitlyn Huth (3.985): volleyball, basketball, softball

Adrian Dixon (3.943): football, track

Zachary Cannon (3.915): football, track

Sam Herzog (3.911): golf, track

Evan Hershberger (3.840): football, basketball, track

Logan Menuez (3.831): football, track

Cody Fitzwater (3.519): football, track

Lauran Hicks (3.479): volleyball, basketball

Mitch Clark (3.417): basketball, baseball

Ellet

Jacob Kline (3.82): basketball, baseball

Ryan Jarvis (3.77): football, baseball

Garrett Haverstick (3.68): football, baseball

Logan Scears (3.67): soccer, track

Andrew Workman (3.65): tennis, soccer

Steven Cody (3.57): football, baseball

Isabel Hayes (3.52): soccer, softball

Matthew Cody (3.45): football, baseball

Firestone

Katherine Scantling (4.29): soccer, swimming

David Herr (4.19): cross country, track

Owein Grant (3.89): cross country, baseball

Sean Cooke (3.76): soccer, bowling

Rueben Durkee (3.66): football, wrestling, baseball

Lydia Sherman (3.62): volleyball, track

Samuel Shkolnik (3.57): football, soccer

Garrett Satow (3.52): cross country, track

Jacob Bilich (4.36): soccer, baseball

Green

Lindsey Ahbe (4.184): soccer swimming

Jesse Allen (3.413): football, baseball

Matthew Amison (4.128): football, baseball

Emily Andrego (3.562): volleyball, softball

Kendall Anenson (4.208): cross country, track

Lance Anenson (4.415): soccer, swimming

Mackenzie Cavalier (3.569): tennis, lacrosse

Nicholas Chapman (4.236): football, baseball

Caleb Christopher (4.026): cross country, baseball

Abigail Crouse (3.425): volleyball, lacrosse

Sydney Dale (3.667): cross country, track

Ryan Daugherty (3.859): football, basketball

Marc Dawson (3.718): football, lacrosse

Alex Dodd (3.984): football, track

Faith Estes (3.666): soccer, track

Bradley Goodwill (4.11): football, track

David Hamrick (4.106): football, baseball

Elise Hooker (4.152): cross country, track

Devin Limerick (3.687): football, basketball, track

Erika Lovell (4.04): soccer, basketball

Kristen McCausland (4.421): soccer, basketball

Lillian McCortney (4.049): soccer, track

Makena Miller (4.049): cross country, swimming

Adam Moresea (4.592): soccer, tennis

Donovan O’Neil (4.665): basketball, track

Corey Oswald (4.053): football, basketball

Abbie Pearce (3.927): golf, basketball

Hannah Pizzino (3.506): volleyball, softball

Anna Pond (4.041): cross country, track

Kaleigh Renninger (4.272): cross country, track

Elizabeth Rickman (4.44): swimming, softball

Sydney Riffle (3.884): soccer, track

Stewart Schmidt (3.976): cross country, track

Christopher Silvidi (4.125): cross country, soccer, track

Shea Simmer (4.168): basketball, baseball

Jessie Spoerndle (4.125): volleyball, track

Robert Staudt (4.172): football, basketball, baseball

Marisa Vaccaro (3.497): soccer, swimming, lacrosse

Josh Wiggins (3.401): cross country, tennis

Highland

Jenna Saunders (4.4): volleyball, track

Rachel Ferguson (4.3): tennis, track

Jessica Bentley (4.1): cross country, track

Macy McAdams (4.3): cross country, track

Cameron Angus (3.5): soccer, basketball

Christina Williams (4.1): golf, basketball

Kurt Everett (3.5): football, soccer

Joshua Filips (3.5): basketball, track

James Rogers (4.1): football, baseball

Chris Petrilla (4.4): football, baseball

Mitchell Zaz (4.4): football, track

Andrew Plevris (3.6): football, wrestling

Jacob Marquis (3.5): soccer, track

Nick Kuhl (4.3): cross country, track

Hillsdale

Luke Kocab (3.8256): golf, track

Adrianne McPhillips (3.798): soccer, softball

Andrew Wolf (3.792): football, basketball

Adrianna Rogers (3.437): soccer, softball

Hudson

Nicholas Advent (3.5): soccer, lacrosse

Alexander Beck (3.6): football, basketball

Sydney Booth (4.2): cross country, track

Jared Cole (3.5): football, track

Maxwell Cole (3.7): hockey, lacrosse

Mark Corr (3.6): hockey, lacrosse

Sydney Cravener (4.3): cross country, track

Sam Durkin (4.2): soccer, track

Sarah Keller (3.9): field hockey, lacrosse

Chandler Kotseos (4.7): hockey, lacrosse

Nolan Laughlin (3.9): basketball, lacrosse

Macy Lori (4.3): gymnastics, track

Elena Marquez (3.9): basketball, lacrosse

Spencer McClure (4.1): golf, basketball, baseball

Johnny Merrill (3.9): golf, baseball

Nicolas Miller (4.0): football, lacrosse

Matthew Oscarson (3.8): football, baseball

Matthew Restifo (3.5): football, lacrosse

Blake Roberts (4.0): cross country, track

Enrique Rodriguez (3.4): football, lacrosse

Jack Sarkisian (3.6): cross country, track

Macy Trattner (4.0): swimming, lacrosse

Madison Valko (3.4): field hockey, lacrosse

Sean Weigel (4.2): football, swimming, lacrosse

Jackson

Eric Rachita (5.2): cross country, track

Jaylon Grimes (5.1): cross country, track

Laramie Scanlon (4.9): cross country, track

Gigi Kinney (4.9): cross country, swimming

Lauren Hatfield (4.741): golf, swimming

Sam Shew (4.7): basketball, lacrosse

Trevor Miller (4.7): cross country, track

Kyle Nicolas (4.476): basketball, baseball

Adam Reed (4.446): cross country, track

Elizabeth Davide (4.3): basketball, lacrosse

Carter Mueller (4.078): basketball, lacrosse

Kory Roth (3.948): football, wrestling

Natalie Fahmy (3.918): tennis, track

Logan Hill (3.871): basketball, track

Jala Bertin (3.75): cross country, track

Devin Flagg (3.633): wrestling,lacrosse

Zach Werstler (3.6): cross country, swimming, track

Chase Altier (3.502): football, lacrosse

Kenmore

Vanicka Petros (3.8): volleyball, basketball

Destiny Starks (3.6): volleyball, softball

Kent Roosevelt

Kory Nielsen (3.9): golf, basketball

Gina Rock (3.7): volleyball, lacrosse

Carlie Pritt (3.7): field hockey, lacrosse

Eli McCarty (3.7): soccer, lacrosse

Renee Slattery (3.7): volleyball, lacrosse

Kyle Patrick (3.7): swimming, lacrosse

Shannon Larkin (3.5): volleyball, basketball, track, softball

Austyn Patz (3.5): cross country, wrestling

Ethan Murphy (3.5): football, wrestling, track

Matthew Perison (3.5): football, track

Sarah Jenkins (3.5): cross country, swimming

Nicholas Spicer (3.4): football, swimming, track

Erin Gallagher (3.4): field hockey, lacrosse

Alexandria Kirbabas (3.4): tennis, swimming

Hayden Kegg (3.4): golf, basketball, baseball

Manchester

Shaun Cox (4.179): cross country, track

Jesse Wood (3.995): cross country, track

Ian McCartt (3.942): cross country, track

Dalton Earich (3.905): football, baseball

Kyle Whyte (3.721): football, baseball, soccer

Michael Hercules (3.686): cross country, track

Josh Villers (4.103): soccer, track

Rachel Gasser (3.822): soccer, track

Marlington

Drew Adams (4.16): football, baseball, track

Austin Carper (4.12): football, wrestling

Sean Cooley (4.19): football, baseball, track

Christopher Liebhart (4.09): soccer, track

Nathan Mohr (4.09): soccer, tennis

Daniel Weimer (3.46): cross country, track

Olivia Morey (3.62): gymnastics, track

Erica Robinson (4.38): soccer, softball

Massillon

Ben Brahler (4.148): football, baseball

Nathan Gregg (3.964): football, tennis

Seth Blankenship (3.917): football, baseball

Jackson Collins (3.500): cross country, bowling

Mogadore

Austin Williams (4.0): football, basketball, baseball

Reilly Schrock (4.8): cross country, track

Gabby Heminger (4.67): volleyball, basketball, track

Abigail Rick (4.0): basketball, softball

North Royalton

Tanner Wilson (4.40): football, swimming, track

Evan Neczypor (4.36): soccer, basketball

Patrick McKee (4.182): cross country, track

Allison Hornyak (4.325): cross country, track

Alexis Chuppa (4.182): cross country, track

Jacqueline Clegg (3.81): soccer, track

Revere

Hannah Jenkins (3.83): cross country, lacrosse

Noah Miller-Dakota (4.15): cross country, track

Victoria Holvey (4.07): cross country, lacrosse

Emily Parish (4.015) : track, swimming

Alexa Langenfeld (3.978): soccer, basketball, track

Courtney McClellan (3.929): soccer, lacrosse

Akos Jasper (3.88): cross country, track

Cole McKee (3.81): football, track

Logan Bergh (3.64): football, baseball

David De Leon (3.457): cross country, track

Jared Baumgardner (3.425): football, baseball

Lauren Price (3.422): golf, lacrosse

Constantine Papas (4.0): soccer, track

Christopher Morris (4.0): swimming, cross country

Avery Dakota-Miller (3.83): cross country, lacrosse

Springfield

Tara Weaver (4.28): volleyball, softball

Bailey Hall (4.09): volleyball, softball

Tiffany Lance (4.07): basketball, softball

Zachary Williams (4.03): soccer, bowling, baseball

Alivia Senevoravong (3.96): volleyball, basketball, track

Andrew Hanna (3.92): basketball, baseball

Cameron Schultz (3.83): golf, baseball

Travis Whitecotton (3.72): golf, baseball

Jeffrey Warner (3.66): cross country, track

Ashley Wilson (3.57): cross country, track

Kathi Kline (3.42): golf, basketball

Stow

Kathrine Doty (4.51): cross country, track

Samantha Houk (4.50): field hockey, swimming

Leander Tosko (4.47): soccer, track

Hayden Baer (4.43): soccer, volleyball

Jessica Lloyd (4.39): lacrosse, field hockey

Hunter Mygrants (4.38): lacrosse, tennis

Spencer Crawley (4.23): tennis, golf

Hannah Whitlock (4.21): track, gymnastics

Joseph Andrassy (4.19): football, wrestling

Kayla Valente (4.13): cross country, track

Lauren Turschak (4.12): basketball, volleyball

Sara Kasper (4.03): track, gymnastics

Maria Cistone (4.00): track, volleyball

Jordan Jolly (3.48): baseball, golf, basketball

Annaleigh Koch (3.44): cross country, track

St. Vincent-St. Mary

Alexa Fryberger (4.385): tennis, bowling

Mitchell Adamczyk (4.261): bowling, baseball

Shane Kelliher (4.052): cross country, track

Leah Cavanaugh (3.696): volleyball, lacrosse

Micheala McVicker (3.879): tennis, track

Tayler Powell (3.864): soccer, tennis

Conner McIntyre (3.849): cross country, track

Ross Faetanini (3.651): football, baseball

Mia Brady (3.632): cross country, tack and field

Cassandra Shaw (3.614): soccer, lacrosse

Daniel Scheiman (3.405): soccer, lacrosse

Tallmadge

Rochelle Haught (4.397): soccer, basketball

Ashley Lane (4.361): volleyball, track

Alyssa Yamokoski (4.356): soccer, swimming

Allison Warmenhoven (4.205): soccer, basketball

Jessica Gardell (3.935): basketball, track

Kent Hoang (3.928): cross country, tennis

Alyssa Garbinsky (3.891): soccer, softball

Devon Manning (3.835): football, wrestling

Thomas Kilway (3.748): soccer, football

Madison Rearick (3.740): soccer, softball

Jamie McGhee (3.729): volleyball, basketball

Amela Masic (3.493): soccer, track

Brittney Harris (3.401): volleyball, track

Twinsburg

Leah Fletcher (4.44): cross country, track

Jake Carinci (4.44): soccer, baseball

Angela Bekesz (4.41): cross country, track

Nicholas Bianco (4.41): cross country, track

Kayley Irwin (4.36): cross country, track

Jared Deeds (4.32): swimming, track

Tyler Gairing (4.2): soccer, baseball

Sean Silas (4.06): soccer, track

Corrine Botta (3.97): golf, bowling

Michael Cusma (3.95): football, basketball

Grace Prorok (3.94): cross country, bowling

Morgan Kelley (3.92): cross country, track

Brianna Bober (3.79): cross country, swimming

Jocelyn Botta (3.71): golf, bowling

Aaron McCarthy (3.4): cross country, track

Wadsworth

Olivia Chaney (4.283): volleyball, basketball, softball

McKenzie Keaton (4.056): soccer, track

Natalie Freno (3.570): soccer, track

Mikayla Bard (3.524): gymnastics, lacrosse

Joseph Pavlak (4.529): swimming, track

Andrew Edwards (4.462): cross country, track

Kyle Hibinger (4.346): cross country, track

Connor Clark (4.167): cross country, wrestling

Lucas Clinton (4.055): football, baseball

Drew Blankenship (3.928): football, wrestling, lacrosse

Ben Spoerke (3.903): cross country, track

Cody Surratt (3.848): football, wrestling

Michael Callow (3.847): football, basketball

Jared Rogers (3.756): cross country, track

Michael Lallathin (3.716): football, bowling, baseball

Spencer Penrod (3.670): cross country, track

Craig Palidar (3.659): football, baseball

Matt Galek (3.559): cross country, track

Alex Jones (3.415): football, wrestling, track

Walsh Jesuit

Matthew Kunas (4.304): track, soccer

Michael Girard (4.295): track, cross country

Ryan Tatton (4.288): track, cross country

Mary Claire Reagan (4.242): lacrosse, tennis

Ethan Schieve (4.170): track, cross country

Emma Russ (4.156): track, cross country

Donald Weitman (4.143): baseball, football

Steven Walko (4.043): track, football, basketball

Emma Kaczmar (3.960): swimming, cross country

Pamela Lewis (3.957): soccer, track

Zachary Reilman (3.897): swimming, football

Marisa Bradley (3.871): bowling, soccer

Jack Francetic (3.853): cross country, track

Alexandra Drake (3.718): softball, bowling

Malyka Musso (3.663): track, cross country

Samuel Miller (3.653): track, cross country

Nicholas Herideen (3.574): track, football

Jessica Huth (3.570): softball, hockey

Nicholas Reimund (3.515): track, cross country

Mary Figler (3.502): track, cross country, golf

Andrew Ereth (3.493): track, bowling

Joseph Salyers (3.477): football, bowling

Terry Watkins (3.418): track, football

Woodridge

Natalie Fleming (4.507): track, cross country

Mary Kiley (4.402): track, cross country

Katherine Kearns (4.338): track, cross country

Max Starvaggi (4.27): track, cross country

Mackenzie Mercer (4.139): soccer, softball

Vincent LoPrinzi (4.022): golf, tennis

Gracey Radwany (3.910): basketball, soccer, track

Jacob Margroff (3.814): football, baseball

Jacob Mally (3.75): football, track

Yousef Elkurd (3.665): cross country, track

Mary Bates (3.66): soccer, basketball, softball

Christopher Mally (3.606): soccer, tennis

Preston Clark (3.576): basketball, baseball

Isaac Hosford (3.502): golf, baseball

Clare Willett (3.492): cross country, track

Kasey Kelleher (3.416) football, baseball

Thomas Muha (4.717): track, cross country

Steven Neveadomi (4.3489): track cross country

Shaleen Ghosh (4.597): track, cross country

DILLON DINGLER

JACKSON

Academics: 3.91 GPA; 25 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Football — Three-year letter winner; an Associated Press All-Ohio Division I selection as a senior for a 7-4 Jackson team that advanced to the playoffs; played wide receiver, defensive back, kicker, punter and punt returner; Federal League Player of the Year and Northeast Ohio Inland District Offensive Player of the Year as a senior; 45 receptions for 1,053 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior along with 181 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 42 carries, one touchdown pass, 128 total tackles (90 solo), one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, one interception, an average of 40.6 yards per punt and the conversion of 25-of-26 extra point kicks and 2-of-3 field goals. Basketball — Three-year letter winner; top senior reserve on a 28-2 team that won the Division I state championship; averaged about six points and four rebounds per game. Baseball — Three-year letter winner on teams that went 30-2 in 2017, 29-1 in 2016 and 23-7 in 2015; senior catcher on Division I state championship team; had 48 hits in 104 at-bats as a senior with one home run, 36 runs and 30 RBI; Federal League Player of the Year; first-team All-Ohio; Ohio State recruit.

Community: Volunteer in Jackson with youth camps; worked football camp at the Pro Football Hall of Game and at a Soup Kitchen in Canton; Federal League Student Leadership Council; freshman mentor; recipient of Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award.

MATTHEW GILTNER

REVERE

Academics: 4.152 GPA; 31 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Soccer — Two-year letter winner; senior starter; midfielder/forward; helped lead Revere to a Division II state runner-up finish as a senior after winning sectional, district and regional titles; earned All-Suburban League honorable mention honors; scored six goals and had six assists as a senior; Minutemen posted records of 15-2-2 in 2015 and 16-4-3 in 2016. Football — Two-year letter winner; two-year starter converted 29-of-29 PAT kicks as a senior and made 5-of-7 field goals with a long of 42 yards.

Community: Volunteer with Special Olympics skiers, the Akron Public Library Expo and Revere’s Jared Ellsworth Tournament that raised money to go toward Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital; worker at Revere’s youth soccer camps, Haunted High, Celebration of Arts, Project Pride and Senior Citizen prom event. Set to attend the University of Dayton.

DAVID HERR

FIRESTONE

Academics: 4.19 GPA; 33 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Cross country — Four-year letter winner; contributed to Firestone teams that won four Akron City Series championships in a row; earned All-City Series first team honors; personal best time is 17.27.10; team captain. Track and field — Three-year letter winner; contributed to Falcons teams that won three City Series championships in a row; earned All-City Series first team honors in four events; contributed to 3,200-meter relay that holds school record (8:10) and qualified for the Division I regional meet; top time in 800 is 2:04.52; top time in 3,200 is 10:52.84; and top time in 1,600 is 4:46.55; distance team captain as a senior.

Community: Volunteer as an English conversation partner at the Chapel in Akron for international students and ESL classes, and on youth mission trips locally and in Chicago; aide at Leggett Elementary School day camp in Akron; bagpipes player in the Akron and District Pipe Band that conducts shows at area parades, graduations, festivals and nursing homes. Set to attend the University of Akron.

GRANT KERSH

ARCHBISHOP HOBAN

Academics: 3.6 GPA; 30 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Football — Two-year starter as the kicker on Hoban teams that won the Division III state championship in 2015 and 2016 with identical 14-1 overall records; made 58-of-62 point after touchdown kicks as a senior and 15-of-17 field goals with a long of 53 yards; over 90 percent off his kickoffs were in the end zone. Baseball — Three-year starter; batted .394 as a senior (28-for-74) with 18 RBI and 15 runs.

Community: Volunteer coach with Athletic Training Club. Considering college options.

WILLIAM KULIS

KENT ROOSEVELT

Academics: 3.91 GPA; 29 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Swimming — Four-year letter winner; team MVP; Division I district qualifier in the 100-yard breaststroke; first-team All-Suburban League American Conference; helped the Rough Riders win a SL American team championship as a senior captain; top times: 1:02.44 in the 100 breaststroke; 24.53 in the 50 freestyle, 1:43.23 in the 200 medley relay and 1:35.72 in the 200 freestyle relay. Lacrosse — Three-year letter winner; played as a midfielder and defender; recipient of the Heart & Soul Award.

Community: Volunteer with the Special Olympics and at Kent United Methodist Church; contributor to Kent United Methodist Church Youth Mission Trips; senior class president and member of student council; member of the 2016-2017 Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine Teen Ambassador Board; American Legion Buckeye Boys State attendee; National Youth Leadership Training participant; Eagle Scout (Troop 252-Kent); captain of the Kent Roosevelt Academic Challenge Team; youth swim coach; worker at Wright Heating & Cooling. Set to attend Miami University.

NICHOLAS LOPRINZI

WOODRIDGE

Academics: 4.31 GPA; 30 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Football — Four-year letter winner; starter at free safety on two teams that went 10-0 in the regular season and won Portage Trail Conference Metro Division titles; Bulldogs advanced to second round of the playoffs in each season in Division IV; limited in senior year because of injury, but had three forced fumbles and 41 tackles (17 solo); earned a PTC-Metro honorable mention honor. Wrestling — Four-year letter winner with 92 wins, 166 takedowns, 125 escapes and 33 pins; competed at 126 pounds, 138, 138, 145; Division II sectional champion and district semifinalist as a junior; senior contributor on Bulldogs team in the dual meet state tournament in Columbus; second-team All-PTC Metro. Tennis — Four-year letter winner; helped Bulldogs win PTC title; first-team all-league as a junior and senior in doubles; went 18-4 as a junior and 16-1 as a senior.

Community: Helped build a playground with football players at Northampton United Methodist Church; worked in a youth group and contributed to Bible study at that church; a leader in the Woodridge Fellowship of Christian Athletes; recipient of an OHSAA Northeast District Scholar-Athlete scholarship. Set to attend Ohio State University.

JOE PAVLAK

WADSWORTH

Academics: 4.486 GPA; 34 ACT; National Honor Society; co-valedictorian.

Athletics: Swimming — Four-year letter winner; three-year Division I state qualifier; holds Wadsworth school records in the 200 medley relay (1:35.65), 50 freestyle (21.40), 200 freestyle relay (1:27.9), 100 breaststroke (57.26) and 400 freestyle relay (3:21.10); placed seventh in the state meet as a senior in the 100 breaststroke (57.41). Track and field — Lettered as a senior in pole vault; best height was 11-0.

Community: Student leader for Young Life, a high school outreach Bible Study program; volunteer at Blood Drive through National Honor Society; helped purchase gifts for families at Christmas through student council; assistant coach for Wadsworth Wave Swim Team; worked as a lifeguard and swim instructor; Wendy’s High School Heisman state winner and national finalist; National Merit Finalist. Set to attend the University of Cincinnati.

JADON VANYO

CUYAHOGA FALLS

Academics: 4.455 GPA; 29 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Soccer — Four-year letter winner; two-year captain; Suburban League National Conference honorable mention; Adidas Showcase MVP in Lodi. Track and field — Three-year letter winner; competed in 800, 1,600, 3,200 and pole vault; top results: 2:15 in the 800, 4:55 in the 1,600, 10:45 in the 3,200 and 10-0 in the pole vault.

Community: Volunteer at the Summit County Humane Society, the Cuyahoga Falls youth soccer camps and at the John S. Knight Center Tree Festival, the Haven of Rest and an 8K race in Akron; contributor to the Cuyahoga Valley National Parks River Clean-Up, the Cuyahoga Falls Health & Wellness Den Halloween 5K and the Mulberry Gardens Home for Assisted Living in Munroe Falls. Set to attend the University of Akron.

STEVE WALKO

WALSH JESUIT

Academics: 4.043 GPA; 28 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Football — Three-year letter winner; two-year starter; offensive MVP; scored three career touchdowns (two receiving and one kickoff return) and had three interceptions. Basketball — Two-year letter winner; one-year starter at guard and a senior captain who averaged approximately five points, four rebounds and two assists per game. Track and field — Four-year letter winner; competed in the 100 meters, 200, 400, 400 relay, 800 relay and 1,600 relay; Division I regional qualifier in the 400 relay and 800 relay; North Coast League Blue Division runner-up in the 400 relay; top times: 11.58 in the 100, 23.91 in the 200, 52.76 in the 400, 44.01 in the 400 relay and 1:32.69 in the 800 relay.

Community: Volunteer at Fr. John Hilkert Ozanam Center in Akron, POWWOW at Walsh Jesuit; and the annual Walsh Jesuit Ironman Wrestling Invitational/Tournament; a caddy for the All-Star Training Club golf competition; led a sophomore retreat as a senior; worked a youth football camp. Set to attend Ohio State University.

JAMES WILLS

CANTON CENTRAL CATHOLIC

Academics: 4.5 GPA; 32 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Football — Two-year letter winner and two-year starter; played defensive line and defensive end; helped CCC win a Division V state championship in Columbus during his senior year; totaled 92 solo tackles, 90 assists, 10 sacks, 16 tackles for loss, one interception and forced one safety in past two seasons; All-Ohio, Academic All-Ohio and All-District selection as a senior; selected to play in Stark County East-West All-Star Game. Wrestling — Two-year letter winner. Track and field — Four-year letter winner; competed in the 100, 200, 400 relay and 800 relay; a Division III state alternate as a junior in the 400 relay and 800 relay; top time in the 100 is 11.8 and top time in the 200 is 24.8.

Community: Volunteer at Pines Nursing Home and at Westminster Community Church; serves Mass and distributes Communion at St. Joseph’s Church; youth wrestling coach; volunteer at the Italian-American Festival in Akron; Buckeye Boys State retreat participant; works at ABP Induction and Jerzee’s Sports Bar & Grille; OHSAA Male Scholar Athlete recipient. Set to attend the University of Akron.

OLIVIA AYRES

TALLMADGE

Academics: 4.508 GPA; 25 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Volleyball — Four-year letter winner and starter; All-Suburban League honorable mention; helped the Blue Devils post a 17-5 record as a senior libero and second-place finish in the American Conference; three-time district runner-up. Basketball — Four-year letter winner and starter; captain as a junior and senior; All-Suburban League American Conference second team as a senior guard on a team that went 18-6 and finished second; averaged 8.0 points, 2.1 assists and 1.2 steals per game as a senior and shot 39.4 percent from 3-point range. Softball — Three-year letter winner and starter; senior captain batted .360 with 25 hits on an 18-4 team; All-Suburban League first team selection as a senior starter on the American Conference co-champion with Highland; district runner-up as a senior.

Community: Member of the Tallmadge Leaders in Action and Senior Mentor Program; worked youth clinics in volleyball, basketball and softball; volunteer for the Welcome Santa program, Silent Auction and Drive One for your School in Tallmadge; assisted in trash pickup at the Circle Fest at the Tallmadge Circle; volunteer at Alzheimer’s Walk at the University of Akron.

VIKTORIA FARIAN

REVERE

Academics: 3.93 GPA; 27 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Volleyball — Four-year letter winner; senior captain; led Revere to a 20-6 record, a Division II district championship victory and regional semifinal appearance as a senior; key player on three Suburban League title teams; All-Ohio honorable mention and district player of the year as a senior; Suburban League American Conference Player of the Year; school record holder for kills (32 in a match, 444 in a season, 1,039 in a career); digs (404 in a season, 1,139 in a career); Seton Hill recruit. Basketball — Four-year letter winner helped Revere to a 72-26 record; tri-captain as a senior; four-time All-Suburban League selection; SL American first-team choice as a senior; tied school record for rebounds in a game (22) and ranks second in school history in career rebounds (965); Division II honorable mention all-district as a senior.

Community: Volunteer with Revere youth basketball and volleyball camps, with kids in the Village of Richfield Parks & Recreation held at Richfield Town Hall Pavilion and with the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank; worker in the National MS Society Walk in Akron; school’s International Club president; member of class council.

BRITTANY FLEISCHER

HIGHLAND

Academics: 4.23 GPA; 25 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Volleyball — Two-year letter winner; had a team-high 106 kills along with 20 service aces, 180 digs and 173 service receptions as a senior co-captain; Suburban League American Conference honorable mention selection. Softball — Four-year letter winner; SL American Player of the Year; Division I district second-team selection as a senior; led Highland to outright SL American title as a junior (11-1) and co-title with Tallmadge as a senior (10-2); compiled a 15-6 record as a senior No. 1 pitcher for the Hornets with a 1.84 ERA and 173 strikeouts and 31 walks in 125⅓ innings; posted a team-best .459 batting average as a senior with 34 hits, three home runs, 24 RBI and 24 runs scored.

Community: Volunteer at Highland volleyball and softball youth camps; peer leader and H.U.D.D.L.E. contributor; member of student council. Set to attend Miami (OH) University.

NICOLE FLEMING

WOODRIDGE

Academics: 4.606 GPA; 29 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Cross country — Four-year letter winner; member of Woodridge’s Division II state championship team in 2016; finished 26th in the state meet with a time of 19:05.5; Bulldogs also won Portage Trail Conference Metro Division, district and regional team titles; four-year state qualifier; personal best time is 18:52.60; contributor on teams that won three league championships, four district titles and three regional crowns; All-PTC four times, twice in the County Division and twice in the Metro Division. Track and field — Three-year letter winner; three-year Division II state qualifier, three times in the 3,200 relay and twice in the 1,600; took fourth at state as a senior in the 3,200 relay (9:21.82) and sixth at state in the 1,600 (5:05.79); All-PTC the past three years. Softball: One-year letter winner as a first baseman and outfielder.

Community: Volunteer at Kids Night, Kiddie Carnival and Soup Kitchen through Woodridge; helped pass out water at the Shamrock Run and the Buckeye Half Marathon in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park area; recipient of an OHSAA Northeast District Scholar-Athlete scholarship. Set to attend and run at Kent State University.

EMMA FREEMAN

CUYAHOGA FALLS

Academics: 4.383 GPA; 29 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Volleyball — Four-year letter winner; four-year starter; outside hitter; All-Suburban League National Conference first team selection; holds school records for most kills in a season (180) and most kills in a career (850). Basketball — Four-year letter winner; four-year starter as a forward and center.

Community: Volunteer at Mulberry Gardens Assisted Living in Munroe Falls, the Akron Marathon and the Senior Citizen Prom Night at Cuyahoga Falls; served food and made beds at Haven of Rest in Akron; organized blood drives and food drives at Cuyahoga Falls; contributor to tree planting for National Public Lands Day and the University of Akron cleanup effort on Earth Day; worked Cuyahoga Falls youth camps for volleyball and basketball; recipient of an OHSAA Northeast District Scholar-Athlete scholarship. Set to attend Ohio State University.

KAYLEY IRWIN

TWINSBURG

Academics: 4.367 GPA; 34 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Cross country — Four-year letter winner; senior captain; Division I state qualifier as a senior on a Tigers team that placed eighth in state; All-Suburban League National Conference second-team selection as a senior; top time: 19:58.0 at state meet; contributed to district championship team, Tigers also won a Suburban National title and regional crown during her senior year. Track and field — Three-year letter winner; competed in the 800 meters, 1,600, 3,200 and 3,200 relay; top individual times: 11:59 in the 3,200, 5:32 in the 1,600 and 2:28 in the 800.

Community: Volunteer with a peer mentoring group dubbed Girl Talk for intermediate and middle school students in Twinsburg; aide at middle school cross country races, a soup kitchen, Twinsburg PTA teacher lunches, book fairs and banquets. Set to attend Michigan State University.

SARAH KELLER

HUDSON

Academics: 3.9864 GPA; 25 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Field hockey — Three-year letter winner; three-year starter at forward; first team All-Ohio, All-District and Northeast Ohio Field Hockey League selection; a three-time team MVP; 24 goals and 11 assists as a senior captain; 16 goals and seven assists as a junior who won the NEOFHL player of the year. Lacrosse — Three-year letter winner; three-year starter at midfield.

Community: Volunteer for over 240 hours as a youth coach in the Hudson Community Education & Recreation summer sports camps, at Leggett Elementary in Akron, and at Grande Village Retirement Community in Twinsburg; recipient of the Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award. Set to attend Michigan State University.

AMANDA KIMBLE

STOW

Academics: 4.519 GPA; 32 ACT; 1,440 SAT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Soccer — Four-year letter winner; three-year starter; All-Suburban League National Conference honorable mention. Diving — Four-year letter winner; Division I district qualifier; career best scores: 199.05 in a six-dive meet and 301.35 in an 11-dive meet. Track and field: Four-year letter winner; helped set Stow outdoor school record in the 400-meter relay (49.64 seconds) and holds school record in the 60-meter indoor sprint (8.24 seconds).

Community: Volunteer at Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library for the past three years; planner on the Senior Executive Committee for the prom and senior banquet; OHSAA Scholar Athlete recipient; National Merit Scholar Finalist; received a Goodyear STEM Career Day Scholarship. Set to attend Ohio State University.

PAYTON POOLER

ST. VINCENT-ST. MARY

Academics: 3.723 GPA; 26 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Cross country — One-year letter winner. Basketball — Four-year letter winner; two-year starter at guard; scored over 700 career points. Walsh University recruit. Track and field — Four-year letter winner; competed in the 200 meters, 800 relay, 1,600 relay and long jump; sophomore on Irish 1,600 relay that won a Division II state championship in 3:55.63; senior on the 800 relay that was ninth in the Division II state meet in 1:46.06.

Community: Volunteer for All-Star Training Club; camp counselor at St. V-M youth girls basketball camps; volunteer at Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank; worked with children in youth group craft classes at The Chapel; Open House guide; Curriculum Night guide; Peer Ministry participant; recipient of the Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award.

KATHERINE SCANTLING

FIRESTONE

Academics: 4.3 GPA; 30 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Soccer — Four-year letter winner and starter at defender; City Series champion all four seasons; two-year captain; three-time All-City Series first team selection. Swimming — Four-year letter winner; competed in the 50-yard freestyle, the 100 freestyle, the 200 freestyle relay and the 400 freestyle relay; three-time Division I district qualifier; top times: 26.93 in the 50 freestyle, 58.80 in the 100 freestyle, 1:39.84 in the 200 freestyle relay and 3:46.04 in the 400 freestyle relay. Track and field — One-year letter winner; contributed to 3,200 relay that won a City Series title in 11:03.88; helped Falcons go undefeated in City Series regular season and finish second in league championship meet.

Community: Volunteer with Salvation Army in Akron and the Special Olympics at the University of Akron; student council vice president; participant in canned food drive; volunteer at Firestone youth swim meets; All-City Series Academic selection all four years; PTA Scholarship recipient. Set to attend Ohio State University.

Julia Hartnett

Jackson High School

Academics: 5.1 GPA; 34 ACT; 1,580 SAT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Cross country — Three-year letter winner; National Guard Award recipient; senior captain; top time is 21:00. Basketball — Three-year letter winner as a guard; Sportsmanship Award recipient; Jackson defensive player of the year as a senior; received Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association Scholarship Society Gold Certificate; senior captain. Lacrosse — Four-year letter winner; three-year starter as a midfielder; All-American twice; first team all-district three times; junior and senior captain on two Polar Bears teams that finished Division I state runner-up; team leader in goals scored as a junior and senior; team leader in draw-controls as a senior.

Community: Volunteer at St. Baldrick’s Foundation Fundraiser to help find a cure for children’s cancer; aide with Jackson’s youth running club and youth basketball and lacrosse camps; peer tutor; freshmen mentor as a junior and senior; National Merit Finalist; member of the Federal League Student Leadership Council; recipient of the Federal League Commissioner’s Award; Fellowship of Christian Athletes participant; president of the National Honor Society; vice president of the Spanish Honor Society as a senior; recipient of Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award.

Michael Beaven

Cameron Casenhiser

Stow-Munroe Falls High School

Academics: 4.58 GPA; 34 ACT; National Honor Society.

Athletics: Soccer — Four-year letter winner; senior captain and center midfielder; scored one goal, a game-winner against Cuyahoga Falls, as a senior; All-Suburban League National Conference selection; helped Stow win a Division I sectional final as a senior advance to a district semifinal. Tennis — Three-year letter winner; All-Northeast Ohio Conference Lake Division selection as a sophomore in second doubles; played third singles as a senior; received Harold A. Meyer Award for Sportsmanship, Ethics, & Integrity.

Community: Volunteer at Elves & More, an event where bikes are built for donation; helped baby-sit children and clean United Methodist Church; aide in setup of dinners for United Youth Force; Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Conference attendee at the University of Akron; youth coach with Stow Soccer Club; soccer referee; assisted in cleaning of the Hudson Christ Community Chapel; a freshmen mentor as a junior and senior; was the Stow Bulldogs mascot Spike at football games as a senior; student council president; state and national qualifier for speech and debate and also a district champion; National Merit Scholar, AP Scholar with Distinction; recipient of a OHSAA Scholar-Athlete award. Plans to attend Ohio State University.

Michael Beaven

Here is a list of other Scholar Athlete nominees who were nominated by a coach, teacher, administrator, counselor, athletic director or secretary:

Boys

Brandon Bischof, St. Vincent-St. Mary, 3.456 GPA, 23 ACT, football, baseball.

Jake Carinci, Twinsburg, 4.439 GPA, 28 ACT, soccer, baseball.

Conner Delahanty, Lake, 4.0 GPA, 36 ACT, cross country, track and field.

Andrew Dunkle, Copley, 4.453 GPA, 34 ACT, cross country, track and field.

Austin Eck, CVCA, 3.95 GPA, 35 ACT, soccer, track and field.

Austin Jasinski, Massillon, 3.56 GPA, 19 ACT, football, track and field.

Jake Mall, Highland, 3.4 GPA, 27 ACT, football and basketball.

Spencer McClure, Hudson, 3.8 GPA, 27 ACT, golf, basketball, baseball.

Jaquiez Sampson, Marlington, 3.755 GPA, 20 ACT, football, track and field.

Elijah Steffen, Kidron Central Christian, 3.78 GPA, 24 ACT, soccer, basketball.

Joseph Williams, Ellet, 4.24 GPA, 24 ACT, football, basketball, baseball.

Josh Villers, Manchester, 4.103 GPA, 29 ACT, soccer, track and field.

Andrew Wolf, Hillsdale, 3.792 GPA, 22 ACT, football, basketball.

Philip Wyatt, Waynedale, 3.62 GPA, 18 ACT, cross country, wrestling, track and field.

Girls

Abby Butler, Lake, 3.949 GPA, volleyball, basketball, softball.

Lydia Carroscia, CVCA, 3.8 GPA, 27 ACT, volleyball, track and field

Olivia Chaney, Wadsworth, 4.283 GPA, 27 ACT, volleyball, basketball, softball.

Allison Dunkle, Copley, 4.346 GPA, 30 ACT, cross country, track and field.

Rachel Gasser, Manchester, 3.822 GPA, 26 ACT, soccer, track and field.

Amber Howell, Kenmore, 3.86 GPA, 18 ACT, volleyball, basketball, softball.

Emma Kaczmar, Walsh Jesuit, 3.960 GPA, 24 ACT, cross country, swimming.

Talia Miller, Kidron Central Christian, 3.87 GPA, 27 ACT, soccer, basketball.

Adrianne McPhillips, Hillsdale, 3.798 GPA, 22 ACT, soccer, softball.

Stacie Nelson, Waynedale, 3.768 GPA, 19 ACT, soccer, track and field.

Melanie Rorar, Ellet, 3.95 GPA, 22 ACT, volleyball, basketball.

Samantha Smith, Massillon, 3.85 GPA, 20 ACT, soccer, softball.

Bridget Wiedt, Archbishop Hoban, 3.7 GPA, 27, ACT, soccer, lacrosse.

Chloe Wise, Kent Roosevelt, 4.0 GPA, 29 ACT, golf, lacrosse, swimming.

— Compiled by Michael Beaven

Staff report

Julia Hartnett and Megan Rea scored two goals apiece but it wasn’t enough as Jackson lost 15-6 to Upper Arlington in the Division I girls lacrosse state championship match Saturday at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio.

The loss was the first of the season for the second-ranked Polar Bears, who entered the title match with a 21-0 record.

Top-ranked Upper Arlington improved to 18-2.

Brenna Smith, Olivia Schildmeyer and Anna Schildmeyer each scored three goals for the Golden Bears, who led 8-3 after the first period and outscored the Polar Bears 7-3 in the second period to pull away.

It was 15-4 before Rea scored twice for Jackson in the final minute.

Upper Arlington led 29-15 in shots-on-goal, and 15-10 in ground balls.

Jackson was called for 32 fouls — 16 in each period — compared to just 14 total by Upper Arlington.

Grace Merrill played all 50 minutes in goal for the Polar Bears and recorded six saves.

Anna Woodhams and Olivia Kroah each added a goal and Liz Davide, Kaylyn Dillon and Julia Hartnett had assists for Jackson.

What: The Ohio High School Boys Volleyball Association Division II state tournament

Where: Capital University in Columbus

When: Saturday and Sunday

Area team: Archbishop Hoban (20-4)

Saturday’s state semifinals: Kettering Archbishop Alter vs. Cincinnati Archbishop McNicholas, 5 p.m.; Dublin Scioto vs. Hoban, 6:45 p.m.

Sunday’s state final: 2 p.m.

Hoban’s top players: Seniors Austin Gerwig, Lance Talmage, Carson Miller, Dominic Didado, Henry Schwendler, Brandon Eckman and Conner Maloy, and juniors Jack Bahmer and Jeremy Leyden Jr.

Hoban coach Jeremy Leyden says: “Austin, Lance and Carson are very, very special players. We are very lucky to have them all on the same team together. … Last year was special because we didn’t have any seniors. All of these guys stepped into roles and did a really good job of stepping up. Without any leadership in front of them, they took some beatings, but they learned a lot and came back this year as basically the same team. The kids walked in really hungry.”

Team tidbits: Hoban enters the state tournament having won seven of its last eight games, including a regional semifinal win over St. Vincent-St. Mary (3-0) and a regional final win over Walsh Jesuit (3-0). … The Knights have played and defeated Alter, the defending Division II state champion. … The Division I state tournament is also this weekend with quarterfinal matches on Saturday, and the semifinals and final on Sunday. The Division I field includes Westerville South, Cleveland St. Ignatius, Centerville, Cincinnati St. Xavier, Cincinnati Elder, Beavercreek, St. Edward and Hilliard Darby. Hoban defeated St. Edward twice this season and Beavercreek once. The Knights also lost once apiece to St. Ignatius and St. Xavier.

Player tidbits: Gerwig is an outside hitter and an Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne recruit. He was named the Division II North Region player of the year and the Ohio player of year. Gerwig earned Division II first-team All-Ohio honors and Talmage was tabbed as a Division II second-team All-Ohioan. Schwendler plans to play at Hiram College. … Coach Jeremy Leyden, 45, is a Cuyahoga Falls resident and a 1990 Walsh Jesuit graduate. His son, Jeremy Leyden Jr., is Hoban’s setter.

Michael Beaven

Girls Lacrosse

Jackson 9,
New Albany 2

The Polar Bears took control from the outset Wednesday at Wooster High School to remain undefeated and earn a berth in the Division I state title game.

Jackson scored the first four goals of the game and led 4-1 at the half.

The game never got closer as Jackson (21-0) opened a 6-1 lead before adding three more goals in the last eight minutes to advance to Saturday’s state final at Ohio Wesleyan’s Selby Stadium.

Jackson will take on top-ranked Upper Arlington (18-2) in the championship, set to begin at 4 p.m. The Golden Bears, who dominated ninth-ranked Mount Notre Dame 22-4 in Wednesday’s other semifinal, will be looking for their third consecutive title — which includes a victory over Jackson in last season’s title game.

Julia Hartnett led Jackson with four goals in the semifinal victory, and Olivia Kroah added three.

Anna Woodhams and Kaylyn Dillon each tacked on an additional goal, and Woodhams also added an assist.

Grace Merrill was fantastic in goal for Jackson, turning away 11 shots and never allowing New Albany (18-4) to put pressure on the Polar Bears.

Where: Firestone Stadium in Akron

Thursday’s Division I schedule: Elyria (20-4) vs. Gahanna Lincoln (25-5), 10 a.m.; Lebanon (29-3) vs. North Canton Hoover (21-9), 12:30 p.m.

Friday’s Division II schedule: Plain City Jonathan Alder (23-4) vs. Hebron Lakewood (28-1), 3 p.m.; Archbishop Hoban (23-3) vs. LaGrange Keystone (26-4), 5:30 p.m.

Saturday’s state championship schedule: Division I, 10 a.m.; Division II, 
7 p.m.

Lebanon vs. Hoover

Lebanon at a glance: Lebanon is making its fourth state tournament appearance, with runner-up finishes in 2015 and 2012. The Warriors are led by senior Chloe Allen, a Lake Erie College recruit, who is batting over .500 with 43 runs and 33 RBI. Molly Osborne, Grace Gressley, Alexis Strother and Kat Frank are each batting over .400 and Madison Hartman is batting around .350 with 52 RBI. Hartman is a St. John’s commit. Alex Gibson (Wittenberg), Madison DeGennaro (Presbyterian), Ashley West and Ashleigh Riffle are also starters. Lebanon’s top three pitchers are senior Taylor Lewis (St. Peter’s, 12-2), senior Strother (Tennessee-Martin, 10-1) and sophomore Frank (7-0).

Lebanon coach Brian Kindell says: “We have talented pitchers. … And one through nine, we are very, very balanced [in our batting lineup]. Our No. 8 hitter is as good as our No. 2 hitter and our No. 9 hitter is as good as our No. 1 hitter. We have a very consistent blend of speed all the way through it and I think the reason we have taken a step forward offensively is great plate discipline.”

Hoover at a glance: Hoover is seeking its ninth state championship in its ninth appearance in the state tournament. The Vikings won state titles in 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2008, 2006, 1999 and 1998. Sophomore Grace Vesco is 18-8 with more than 100 strikeouts. Senior Kate Yun, a Ohio University recruit, leads Hoover with a .634 batting average, 10 home runs and 33 RBI. Sophomores Laurel DeVoe (.513, 36 RBI) and Kaitlynn O’Donnell (.472, 30 runs) are consistent hitters along with seniors Heather Pinney, Lauren Massolini, Lexi Forrest and Arianna Culler, junior Grace Cea and freshman Grace DeWalt.

Hoover coach Jerry Goodpasture says: “We have had our ups and downs throughout the year, but have seemed to peak during a 10-game winning streak. As far as our tournament run, as is in many areas you play some of the same teams over again — teams from your league — and we ended up winning our district by defeating Massillon Perry and Lake. And then in the regional we defeated Madison and defending state champion Walsh [Jesuit] for the regional title. … I think leadership has grown through the year.”

Keystone vs. Hoban

Keystone at a glance: Keystone is making its third state tournament appearance in a row and 16th overall. The Wildcats won state titles in 2012, 2006 and 1999, and were state runners-up in 2016, 2011, 2004, 2001, 1998, 1994 and 1992. Senior Lauren Shaw and sophomore Sydney Campbell are each 13-2 with over 100 strikeouts. Shaw has committed to the University Iowa and Campbell is an Oakland University pledge. Key hitters Paige Hartley, Val Broschk, Talia Minisall and Ali Pyles have committed to play at Cleveland State University. Hitters Sammie Stefan (Maryland), Autumn Acord (Kent State) and Madi Nunez (Wright State) are also college softball recruits, and McKenah Peters (Youngstown State) is a basketball recruit. The Wildcats also get steady play from Brooke Piazza, Marlie McNulty, Shelby Fortune, Angel Minisall, Summer Metcalf and Madi Cendrosky. Stefan and McNulty are both batting over .500, and Stefan has 53 RBI and McNulty has scored 36 runs.

Keystone coach Jim Piazza says: “We had a very challenging schedule this year and I like the way our kids responded to it. We have a great mixture of veteran players plus youth. We challenged them earlier this year to prepare them for this run. … We haven’t had the same starting lineup all year.”

Hoban at a glance: Hoban returns to the state tournament for the second year in a row and 10th time overall. The Knights won state titles in 1992, 1991, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984 and 1983. Senior Laney Jones, an Ashland University recruit, is Hoban’s top pitcher at 15-2 and is also a key hitter. Katie Clark, a Robert Morris recruit, is a regular contributor along with Allyssa Hagenbaugh, Ashley Matousek, Chloe Weidrick, Jessica Knicely, Alex Whitmore, Adrianna Powers, Emma Terzola, Maddie Terzola and Olivia Blay. Weid­rick, Whitmore and Emma Terzola are all batting over .400. Whit­more is a Marshall pledge.

Hoban coach Frank Voss says: “I think we have a good mix as far as the juniors and seniors are concerned. We do have a couple of sophomores in the mix, and I think the experience we had last year has helped all of these kids a lot. They have played a lot of games and are more or less relaxed. They are confident and I think that experience has really done a lot to move us forward this year.”

Michael Beaven

Where: Huntington Park in Columbus

Thursday’s Division II schedule: Steubenville (28-4) vs. Dayton Chaminade Julienne (22-4), 4 p.m.; Maumee (22-9) vs. Tallmadge (23-7), 7 p.m.

Friday’s Division I schedule: West Chester Lakota West (25-5) vs. Jackson (28-2), 4 p.m.; Strongsville (24-8) vs. Lewis Center Olentangy Orange (22-8), 7 p.m.

Saturday’s state championship schedule: Division II, 1 p.m.; Division I, 7 p.m.

Maumee vs. Tallmadge

Maumee at a glance: Maumee was a state runner-up in 2001. Junior Justin Studenka and senior Matt Burkett are Maumee’s top pitchers with a combined record of 10-4. Burkett, Tyler Archambeau, John Henry and Matt LeCron are senior captains. Burkett, Archambeau, Caleb Brown and Jordan Key are all batting over .300. Burkett is a Ohio Northern recruit and Archambeau is a Findlay pledge. Zach Marvin and Devon Gleghorn also start for the Panthers.

Maumee coach Cam Coutcher says: “Our kids have worked really hard at doing the fundamental rights and playing hard to win games. We are probably not the most talented team in the state, but we are going to outwork everybody. … We don’t really have any stars. We have great leadership and a lot of people continue to step up.”

Tallmadge at a glance: Tallmadge is seeking its second state championship after winning the Division II state title in 2002 and finishing as a state runner-up in 2001, 2000, 1996 and 1966. The Blue Devils are led by senior Josh Taylor and juniors Phillip Glasser, Scott Seeker, Zach Boyd, Jared Burick, Seth Gergely, Jake Rensel, Mikah McGlaughlin and Derek Lightel. Sophomores Rich Eyre, Jake Reifsnyder and Sam Seeker also start for Tallmadge, which used multiple bunts to beat Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin and Canfield in the regional tournament. Burick is 9-1 as a pitcher, and Boyd is 5-2 with a .375 batting average, 31 runs scored and 25 RBI. Gergely is hitting .455 with 23 runs and 23 RBI, Eyre is hitting .400, and Glasser is hitting .398 with 37 runs and 20 RBI.

Tallmadge coach Kenny Linn says: “We have really played good baseball pretty much week in and week out, and the guys have continued to grow together closer and closer as these games have gotten tougher and tougher. … We have had to execute, get timely hits, play good defense and get great pitching from Zach Boyd and Jared Burick, and Mikah McGlaughlin in relief of those guys. We are excited about where we are at.”

Lakota West vs. Jackson

Lakota West at a glance: Lakota West won a state title in 2007 and reached the state semifinals in 2008. Senior Jake Kates and sophomore Max Kiker are the Firebirds’ top pitchers with a combined record of 14-2. Kates is a High Point recruit. Bryce Johnson, Brennen Martin and Dominic Schivone are all hitting over .300. Chase Wullenweber, Frankie Schmitt, Michael Medley, A.J. Petersen and Eric Hooper also start for Lakota West. Schivone and Hooper are Heidelberg recruits.

Lakota West coach Greg Leurck says: “Our regular season gets us ready for the tournament because our conference [the Greater Miami Conference] is very strong. … Jackson has a very good pitcher in Kyle Nicolas. I have read some reports on him that he has a good fastball, upper 80s to 90 and tops out at 92 from what I hear. He has signed with Ball State and has a good pitching frame. I saw him play first base on Saturday and you can tell he is an athlete. And also the catcher, Dillon Dingler, an Ohio State recruit, is one of the best catchers I have seen in high school ball in 19 years of coaching. He has good energy back there, blocks balls, receives well and he is a good hitter and runner.”

Jackson at a glance: Jackson won a state title in 2014 and was also a state semifinalist in 1947. Nicolas is 7-0 as a pitcher and has a .346 batting average. Sophomore Yianni Skeriotis is 8-0. Dingler is hitting .433 with 35 runs and 27 RBI. Senior twin brothers and Malone recruits Cade and Jake Mottice are each batting around .390 with a combined 56 runs and 33 RBI. Ben Warren, Josh Romans, Trey Wright, Nick Harrison, Davis Graham, Jack Dear and Stone King also play regularly for the Polar Bears.

Jackson coach Bill Gamble says: “After graduating 12 seniors from last year, 10 that went on to play college ball, we had high expectations because we knew we were returning solid players up the middle who can play in Kyle Nicolas and Dillon Dingler, but we had a lot of people we had to fill in. … I am very proud of this senior group and handling the expectations. This is a very athletic group where guys have taken on some serious roles like Cade and Jake Mottice, the twins that are going to Malone. The guys that are getting a lot of the press and should are Kyle Nicolas and Dillon Dingler. Those guys have been staples in our basketball program that just won a Division I state title, and Dillon is a really good football player.”

Michael Beaven

When: Friday and Saturday. Where: Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus.

Schedule: A full schedule can be found at http://www.ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/Track-Field/StateMeetSchedule.pdf and a full state qualifier list with heat/flight assignments and results can be found at http://www.baumspage.com/ohsaa/tf/2017/index.htm.

Akron-area boys qualifiers

DIVISION I

Archbishop Hoban: Daulson Fitzpatrick, Jr., 400 relay; Daniel Jackson, Sr., 400 relay; Jason Ruff, Sr., 400 relay; Todd Sibley, Sr., 400 relay.

Brecksville: John Jesser, Soph., 800; Tanner Watson, Soph., discus throw.

Brunswick: Andre Bollam-Godbott, Sr., 1,600.

Canton McKinley: Steve Ashcraft, Sr., 1,600 relay; Charles Hall, Jr., 800 relay; Tellis Horne, Sr., 800 relay, 200, 1,600 relay; Jamison Strickland, Sr., 1,600 relay; Deshawn White, Sr., 800 relay, 1,600 relay, high jump, long jump; Prayer Wise, Jr., 800 relay.

Copley: Cam Davis, Sr., 100.

Firestone: Darshun Williams, Jr., 300 hurdles.

GlenOak: Abe Billings, Sr., 400 relay; Michael Contrucci, Jr., 800 relay, 400 relay; Gage Feola, Sr., 3,200 relay, 800 relay, 1,600 relay; Dai’Quan Johnson, Sr., high jump; Ryan Meister Jr., Soph., 3,200 relay; Tay Pryor, Sr., 400 relay; Tate Rhoads, Jr., 800 relay, 400 relay; Dean Sarris, Soph., 3,200 relay, 1,600 relay; Pierlus Stewart, Sr., 3,200 relay, 800 relay, 400, 1,600 relay; Andrew White, Jr., discus throw; Austin Wydra, Jr., 1,600 relay.

Hudson: Blake Roberts, Sr., 3,200.

Jackson: Garrett Alger, Sr., 100; Preston Johnson, Soph., 300 hurdles; Brayden Poling, Sr., pole vault.

Louisville: Nick Chaplick, Sr., 3,200 relay, 1,600; Noah Chaplick, Sr., 3,200 relay, 1,600; Zach Fresenko, Sr., 3,200 relay, 3,200; Noah Murray, Sr., 3,200 relay.

Marlington: Lane Knoch, Sr., 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles.

Massillon: Thayer Munford, Sr., shot put.

Medina: Harry Custer, Fr., 3,200 relay, 800; Jack Hutz, Soph., 1,600 relay; Da’One Jordan, Sr., 1,600 relay, long jump; Demetrius Shannon, Jr., 1,600 relay; Alex Stamper, Jr., 3,200 relay; Matthew Stump, Sr., 3,200 relay, 1,600, 1,600 relay; Jakob Wickert, Jr., 3,200 relay; Jacob Wickey, Sr., discus throw.

Nordonia: Raymond Kovalchick, Sr., pole vault; Andrew Wahl, Sr., 400.

North: Dominic Jones, Sr., 110 hurdles.

North Canton Hoover: Matt Peare, Sr., pole vault.

Springfield: Tracy Jordan, Sr., shot put.

Stow: Scott Cunnington, Sr., 400; Jeremiah Gyulai, Sr., shot put.

Strongsville: Moe Abusway, Soph. 110 hurdles 1,600 relay; Riley Anderson, Soph., 400 relay, 1,600 relay; Cameron Davis, Sr., 400, 1,600 relay; Jalen Garner, Soph., 400 relay; Taylor Griffin, Soph., 400 relay; Jack Malczewski, Soph., 400 relay, 1,600 relay.

Twinsburg: Christian Edgerson, Jr., long jump.

Wadsworth: Matt Galek, Sr., 3,200 relay; Kyle Hibinger, Sr., 3,200 relay; Alex Jones, Sr., 800 relay; Nick Miller, Jr., 3,200 relay, 1,600, 800; Andrew Robinson, Jr., 800 relay; Josiah Sovine, Jr., 800 relay; Gabe Szalay, Jr., 3,200 relay, 1,600; Kai Wagner, Soph., 800 relay.

Walsh Jesuit: Jack Francetic, Sr., pole vault.

Wooster: Chris Cannon, Sr., 800.

DIVISION II

Buckeye: Justin Canedy, Jr., 100, high jump.

Canton South: Arthur Miles, Sr., shot put.

Chippewa: Jared Gay, Sr., shot put.

Coventry: Dillan Raines, Sr., high jump.

Crestwood: Aaron Cox, Sr., discus throw.

CVCA: Sam Bush, Jr., 3,200 relay, 1,600, 1,600 relay; Trey Carlisle, Sr., 800 relay, 400 relay, 1,600 relay; Matthew D’Abreau, Sr., 3,200 relay; Austin Eck, Sr., 800 relay, 1,600 relay; Colin Gaines, Jr., 3,200 relay, 1,600, 1,600 relay; Jake Malovasic, Soph., 3,200 relay; Jay Patsch, Soph., 400 relay; Christian Smith-King, Sr., 400 relay; Jonathan Solomon, Jr., 800 relay; Tre Tucker, Soph., 800 relay, 400 relay, long jump.

Fairless: Andrew Hall, Sr., pole vault; Nikita Landis, Sr., 3,200.

Garrettsville: Tyler Klouda, Soph., 1,600.

Northwest: Luke Fennell, Soph., 110 hurdles.

Norton: Matt Bradshaw, Sr., discus throw.

Norwayne: Traevon Alford, Jr., 1,600 relay; Brevin Harris, Sr., 100, 200, 1,600 relay, long jump; Owen Sullivan, Soph., 1,600 relay; Elmer Zollinger, Sr., 1,600, 1,600 relay.

Orrville: Jaden Barnhill, Jr., 400 relay; Jake Fitzgerald, Sr., 400 relay; Tommy Hayes, Jr., 400 relay; Shelton Smothers, Jr., 400 relay, long jump.

Ravenna: Jacob Walker, Sr., discus throw.

St. Vincent-St. Mary: Russell Cooper, Soph., 800 relay; DeAmonte’ King, Sr., 800 relay, 400, 1,600 relay; Conner McIntyer, Sr., 3,200 relay; Alex Phillip, Soph., 3,200 relay, 3,200; Desmond Rock, Jr., 1,600 relay; Matthew Sollenberger, Soph., 3,200 relay; Patrick White, Jr., 3,200 relay; Malik Wooldridge, Sr., 800 relay, 1,600 relay; Leonard Younger, Jr., 800 relay 1,600 relay.

Southeast: Jack Rohal, Jr., long jump.

Streetsboro: Dakari Carter, Sr., 100; KeShun Jones, Jr., 400, 200; Myron Jones, Sr., 400; Milton Wilson, Sr., discus throw.

Triway: Hunter Brown, Sr., 800 relay; Curtis Burgan, Sr., shot put; Austin Davis, Jr., 800 relay; Dylan Eshler, Soph., 800 relay; Mason Phillips, Jr., discus throw; Dylan Prost, Sr,. 800 relay.

Tuslaw: Andrew Wenzel, Soph., pole vault.

Woodridge: Yousef Elkurd, Sr., 3,200 relay; Jacob Mally, Sr., 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles, high jump; Steven Neveadomi, Sr., pole vault; Ryan Palm, Sr., 3,200 relay, 3,200; Noah Perrin, Jr., 3,200 relay; Max Starvaggi, Sr., 3,200 relay, 800.

DIVISION III

East Canton: Joel Berger, Jr., 110 hurdles; Josh Conrad, Jr., 3,200 relay, 800, 1,600 relay, high jump; Wyatt Deutschman, Soph., 400 relay; Colt Hemphill, Soph., 3,200 relay; Zach McClaskey, Sr., 800 relay, 300 hurdles, 1,600 relay; James McCullough, Sr., 3,200 relay, 1,600 relay; Mitch Mitchell, Jr., 800 relay, 400 relay, 200, long jump; Travis Nelson, Sr., 400 relay; Demetrius Snellenberger, Fr., 3,200 relay; Nathaniel Sundheimer, Fr., 800 relay, 1,600 relay; Cody Vacco, Soph., 800 relay, 400 relay.

St. Thomas Aquinas: Andrew George, Sr., 100, 400 relay; Ty Jovingo, Soph., 400 relay; Javaz Mincy, Soph., 400 relay; Michael Sommers, Sr., 400 relay; Edward Walsh, Sr., 3,200

Rittman: Mikey McDermott, Soph., pole vault.

Rootstown: Logan Carpenter, Soph., discus throw; Conner Hluch, Sr., discus throw.

Smithville: Jeremiah Butler, Sr., 3,200 relay, 1,600 relay; Lucas Clark, Jr., 3,200 relay, 800, 1,600 relay; Joe Coudriet, Sr., 3,200; Justin McKeal, Jr., 3,200 relay, 1,600, 1,600 relay; Noah Riggenbach, Jr., 3,200 relay; Trent Shane, Jr., long jump; Cole Smith, Jr., 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles, 1,600 relay.

SEATED DIVISION

Massillon: Zeth Riehl, Soph., 100, 400; Perry: Christopher Marx, Soph., 100, 400, 800; Tallmadge: Brennan Heavlin, Fr., 100, 400, shot put; Wooster: Evan Heller, Fr., 100, 400, 800.

Akron-area girls qualifiers

DIVISION I

Barberton: Alexis Fichter, Jr., 300 hurdles.

Brecksville: Hannah Bach, Soph., 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles; Krista Okeafor, Fr., discus throw, shot put.

Brunswick: Emily Bardwell, Fr., 3,200 relay; Hailey Borges, Soph., 3,200 relay; Nellie Bykova, Jr., 800 relay, 400 relay, 300 hurdles, 1,600 relay; Rebecca Craddock, Sr., 3,200 relay, 1,600, 3,200; Heather Craska, Sr., 800 relay, 400 relay, 1,600 relay; Sam Gibson, Jr., 800 relay, 400 relay; Rachel Mancini, Soph., 1,600 relay; Maddy Neitzel, Jr., 800 relay, 400 relay, 1,600 relay; Felicia Pasadyn, Soph., 3,200 relay, 1,600, 3,200.

Canton McKinley: Azure Curtis, Jr., 800 relay; Louvenia Garner, Sr., 800 relay; J’Za Skinner, Fr., 800 relay; Dejah Tabler, Jr., 800 relay, 400.

Copley: Cortni Arp, Sr., 400 relay; Morgan Buchanan, Jr., 400 relay; Haley Clark, Sr., 400 relay; Lauren Taylor, Soph., 100, 400 relay.

Firestone: Ciara Gisstand, Sr., 200.

GlenOak: Kinsey Knoch, Soph., 3,200 relay; Shay Rosegreen, Soph., 3,200 relay; Grace Werren, Sr., 3,200 relay; Hannah Werren, Sr., 3,200 relay, 1,600.

Green: Kaitlyn Hawkins, Sr. pole vault.

Highland: Kaylee Kenne, Soph., 3,200.

Jackson: Olivia Hurtt, Jr., shot put.

Louisville: Morgan Cole, Soph., 3,200 relay, 3,200; Grace Collins, Fr., 3,200 relay; Kayla Gibson, Fr., 3,200 relay; Cassidy Kiko, Fr., 3,200 relay.

Massillon: Juanita Gray, Jr., 800 relay, 400 relay; Aniya Lowery, Jr., 800 relay, 400 relay, 300 hurdles, 200; Toleeshe McElroy, Jr., 800 relay; Karrah Spencer, Sr., 400 relay; Maria Welch, Soph., 800 relay, 400 relay.

Medina: Mary Beth Blakemore, Fr., 1,600 relay; Riley Braun, Sr., long jump; Jessica Campbell, Fr., 3,200 relay, 1,600 relay; Tarynn Cullings, Sr., 3,200; Angela Dobson, Soph., 3,200 relay; Juliette Keller, Fr., 3,200 relay, 1,600, 800, 1,600 relay; Ava Tenaglia, Fr., 3,200 relay, 1,600 relay; Carolyn Wilder, Sr., discus throw, shot put.

Nordonia: Faith Banks, Jr., 800 relay, 400, 1,600 relay; Aja DuVall, Jr., 800 relay, 1,600 relay; Lizzy Gurko, Jr., 1,600 relay; Lizzie Imrie, Fr., 800 relay; Carmen Licht, Jr., 800 relay, 800, 1,600 relay.

North Canton Hoover: Lindsay Robinson, Sr., long jump.

Perry: Taylor Anthony, Soph., 400 relay; Peyton Clarke, Jr., 400 relay; Morgan Fisher, Jr., 400 relay; Laila Strickland, Sr., 400 relay.

Stow: Maria Cistone, Sr., high jump; Sara Kasper, Sr., pole vault; Kayla Thompson, Sr.,

100 hurdles.

Strongsville: Bethany DeLoof, Sr., 400, 1,600 relay; McKenzie Greene, Jr., 110 hurdles; Lindsay Gundlah, Sr., 1,600 relay; Madeline Kreller, Sr.; 100, 200, 1,600 relay; Emilia Lesniak, Soph., high jump; Kelly McCafferty, Sr., 1,600 relay; Erin Sievers, Soph., pole vault.

Tallmadge: Sara Johnson, Jr., long jump; Vanessa Lane, Sr., high jump.

Twinsburg: Nya Bussey, Soph., 100, 800 relay, 400 relay, 200; Camari Griffin, Jr., 400 relay, 1,600 relay; Julia Henderson, Soph., 1,600 relay; Morgan Kelley, Sr., 1,600; Briona McDonald, Soph., 400 relay; Mariah Myles, Soph., 800 relay, 1,600 relay; Nia Robinson, Soph., 800 relay, 400, 1,600 relay; Alyssa Willis, Fr., 800 relay, 400 relay.

Walsh Jesuit: Nichole Charnigo, Sr., high jump; Mary Figler, Sr., 800; Allie Stern, Sr., pole vault.

DIVISION II

Buchtel: Dana Beasley, Soph,. 1,600 relay; Shayanna Bratcher, Soph., 800 relay, 400 relay; London Green, Soph., 800 relay, 400 relay; Camille Henderson, Sr., 1,600 relay; Kayla Johnson, Jr., 100 hurdles; Dyamond Myers, Soph., 800 relay, 400 relay, 200, 1,600 relay; Drew Oliver, Fr., 400 relay; Rayannah Torrence, Soph., 800 relay, 400, 1,600 relay.

Chippewa: Sarah Cannon, Sr., discus throw; Kylie Fletcher, Sr., long jump.

Cloverleaf: Riley Freeland, Sr., 1,600, 3,200; Zana Ross, Sr., 300 hurdles; Katelyn Young, Sr., discus throw.

Fairless: Kennady Gibbins, Jr., high jump; Sophie Wentling, Jr., 800.

Garrettsville: Lauren Jones, Sr., discus throw, long jump, shot put.

Manchester: Alyssa Matheny, Sr., high jump, long jump.

Minerva: Ava Burman, Jr., 800 relay, 1,600 relay; Sarah Carver, Soph., 1,600 relay; Ashley Gulling, Jr., 400 relay; Amanda Kukunis, Soph., 800 relay, 400 relay, 1,600 relay; Alyssa Markins, Soph., 800 relay, 400 relay; Emmalee Markins, Sr., 800 relay, 400 relay; Skylar Trussel, Fr., 1,600 relay.

Orrville: Sedona Casto-Goodard, Fr., 800 relay, 400, 1,600 relay; Alex Eby, Jr., 100 hurdles, 800 relay, pole vault; Tehya Hall, Sr., 400 relay; Maya Hamsher, Fr., 1,600 relay; Chloe Johnson, Soph., 1,600 relay; Karlie Lax, Soph., pole vault; Kayla Maximovich, Sr., 800 relay, 400 relay, 1,600 relay; Ashley Stiffler, Soph., 800 relay, 400 relay; Alexis Tillison, Jr., 400 relay.

Springfield: Desiree Thomas, Sr., long jump.

St. Vincent-St. Mary: Olivia Flesher, Sr., 800 relay, long jump; Sara Foster, Jr., 800 relay, 300 hurdles; Jasmine Pooler, Fr., 800 relay; Payton Pooler, Sr., 800 relay.

Triway: Kaitlyn Merwin, Sr., discus throw, shot put.

Tuslaw: Ke’Aijhan Strong, Soph., 400.

Ravenna: Azsah Bradley, Soph., 100, 200.

Streetsboro: Savannah Nevels, Sr., 400 relay, 200; Krista Prasek, Soph., 400 relay; Hannah Smith, Soph., 400 relay; Victoria Wagner, Fr., 400 relay.

Woodridge: Natalie Fleming, Sr., 3,200 relay; Nicole Fleming, Sr., 3,200 relay, 1,600; Libby Howard, Fr., 3,200 relay, 3,200; Katie Kearns, Sr., 3,200 relay; Nicole Seff, Jr., pole vault.

DIVISION III

Canton Central Catholic: Maddie Grillo, Fr., 3,200 relay; Angela Maio, Fr., 3,200 relay; Emily Paul, Sr., 3,200 relay; Megan Soehnlen, Sr., 3,200 relay.

Mogadore: Raquel Jones, Sr., 100, 300 hurdles; Hope Murphy, Fr. 400.

Norwayne: Maddie Ball, Sr., 1,600 relay; Audrey Bishop, Jr., 400 relay; Kelly Hess, Sr., 800 relay, 1,600 relay; Kasey Keith, Sr., discus throw, shot put; Savannah Powley, Sr., 800 relay, 1,600 relay; Rachel Schmidt, Jr., 100 hurdles, 400 relay, 200, 1,600 relay; Allie Studer, Soph., 100, 800 relay, 400 relay, pole vault; Grace Sullivan, Soph., 800 relay, 400 relay.

Rittman: Kenedy Bernadine, Soph., 400 relay; Briana Busic, Fr., 400 relay, 400; Kacie Dingess, Jr., 400 relay; Emily Hovest, Soph., high jump; Madison Martin, Sr., 400 relay.

Rootstown: Abby Moore, Sr., discus throw, shot put.

Smithville: Taylor McCanna, Sr., high jump.

St. Thomas Aquinas: Ryley Kling, Fr., 1,600 relay; Allison May, Sr., 800 relay; Hannah Ohmann, Soph., 3,200 relay, 800 relay, 400, 1,600 relay; Hannah Soehnlen, Jr., 3,200 relay, 800 relay; Kacee Soehnlen, Sr., 3,200 relay, 800 relay, 800, 1,600 relay; Kalee Soehnlen, Sr., 3,200 relay, 1,600, 800, 1,600 relay.

Waynedale: Sami Ice, Sr., 100 hurdles, pole vault.

SEATED DIVISION

Southeast: Emily Gellatly, Sr., 100, 400.

Triway: Sammy Rhodes, Jr., 100, 400, 800, shot put.

Compiled by Michael Beaven

Lacrosse

Indian Hill 13,
Walsh Jesuit 12

Megan Hissong scored four goals and junior Mackenzie Lewis and freshman Katie Clark each added three for the Warriors (14-9) in a Division II state semifinal loss Tuesday to the Braves (21-1) in Westerville.

The No. 16-seeded Warriors trailed 9-7 at halftime and traded goals with the top-seeded Braves throughout the second half before the Braves scored the game-winner with four minutes remaining.

“We fought really hard and came up short in the end,” Walsh Jesuit coach Julie Hudec said. “We’re graduating just four seniors and we’ll be back next year.”

Track and field

Austintown Division II

Three familiar schools finished atop the boys Division II regional meet at Austintown Fitch High School on Saturday, and just 15 points separated Woodridge, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy and St. Vincent-St. Mary in team rankings.

Jacob Mally paced the Bulldogs by advancing in three events. Mally, a senior, won the 110-meter hurdles, finished second in the 300 hurdles, and won the boys high jump.

Woodridge got a first-place finish from Max Starvaggi, who won the 800 meters to advance to next weekend’s state meet. Steven Neveadomi placed third in the pole vault, which was won by Andrew Hall of Fairless in a jump off.

CVCA, Woodridge and St. Vincent-St. Mary finished 1-2-3 in the 3,200 relay.

Streetsboro’s Dakari Carter won the 100 meters, falling a tenth of a second short of the regional record.

St. Vincent-St. Mary’s Malik Wooldridge, Leonard Younger, Russell Cooper and DeAmonte King were two seconds ahead of CVCA’s Tre Tucker, Austin Eck, Jonathan Soloman and Trey Carlisle in the 800 relay finals.

Tucker, Jay Patsch, Carlisle and Christian Smith-King were second in the 400 relay to advance. Tucker also won the long jump.

The Irish team of Younger, Wooldridge, Desmond Rock and King won the 1,600 relay, and CVCA was third.

King narrowly defeated Streetsboro’s KeShun Jones in the 400 meters, and both will run next weekend. Jones also advanced in the 200 meters.

In the girls events, Buchtel advanced in three individual events and three relays.

Dyamond Myers, London Green, Shayanna Bratcher and Rayannah Torrence won the 800 relay for Buchtel, and Myers, Camille Henderson, Dana Beasley and Torrence combined to win the 1,600 relay.

In the 400 relay, Buchtel was second with Drew Oliver, Bratcher, Green and Myers.

Nicole Seff will become the first girl pole vaulter in Woodridge school history to compete at the state level after her fourth-place regional finish.

Lexington Division II

Orrville was first and Cloverleaf fourth in the girls standings at the Lexington Division II regional meet. The Northwestern boys were fifth, 1½ points ahead of Buckeye.

Alex Eby paced the Red Riders by winning the 100-meter hurdles and the pole vault, in which she cleared 12-4 to set a new Region 6 record. Teammate Karlie Lax was second in the pole vault at 11-6.

Desiree Thomas of Springfield was second in the long jump, and Kylie Fletcher of Chippewa placed fourth.

Baseball

Dalton 3, New Riegel 2

The Bulldogs, at 16-11, will return to the state tournament for the first time since 2005 by winning the Lorain Division IV regional at Pipe Yard Stadium.

Alex Alger went the distance for Dalton, giving up just two hits. He also had the game’s only extra-base hit with a double.

Dalton will play at 1 p.m. Friday in a semifinal game against Russia, a 3-2 winner over the defending Division IV state champion Newark Catholic.

Strongsville 3, Medina 2

The Mustangs (22-8) ended Medina’s postseason run in a Division I regional final at Cuyahoga Community College in Parma. It was Strongsville’s second consecutive win in as many days by the same 3-2 score.

Medina defeated No. 6 Avon 7-6 in 14 innings in a semifinal Friday.

Strongsville will play in a state semifinal at 7 p.m. Friday in Huntington Park in Columbus.

Softball

Warren Champion 4,
Tuslaw 0

Champion (29-2) won the Massillon Division III regional by shutting out the Mustangs (25-6).

Boys lacrosse

St. Ignatius 12,
North Canton Hoover 6

Cleveland St. Ignatius upset No. 1 North Canton Hoover in the inaugural Division I, Region 2 final at Wooster High School.