Baseball

Woodridge 9, Walsh Jesuit 7 (8)

The Cuyahoga Falls City Classic Championship game needed extra innings to decide a victor, and Woodridge put up the two runs necessary to capture the title.

Walsh Jesuit (12-2) rallied in the home half of the seventh inning to tie it at 7-7 and force bonus baseball.

The Bulldogs (9-5) responded by pushing across two runs in the eighth off reliever Brock Belsole.

Zane Patterson doubled, homered, scored once and drove in three to pace Woodridge.

Not helping matters for the Warriors were five errors committed in the field, a season high.

Jamie Perebzak and Riley Feltner each drilled a home run, combining for two runs and four RBI.

Barberton 3, St. Vincent-St. Mary 0

The Magics jumped on the visiting Fighting Irish early and Keyandre Hood made the lead hold up for a nonleague victory.

Nick Plucinski accounted for half of Barberton’s hits as he ripped three singles, scored a run, and drove in one to lead the Magics.

Hood stymied St. V-M (6-4), allowing just four hits in a complete-game victory.

Softball

Norton 2, Coventry 1 (9)

Jordan Bird slapped a two-out, walk-off single in the ninth inning to stave off upset-minded Coventry.

Sondra Brown relieved Morgan Sullivan in the sixth inning to earn the win and improve her record in the circle to 3-0.

The two combined to limit Coventry (1-4, 1-3) to one unearned run on three hits as Norton improved to 5-2 overall and 4-1 in the Portage Trail Conference.

Revere 5, Austintown Fitch 2

Revere (8-6) rallied for four runs in the top of the seventh to escape with a win at the Rock ’N Fire Tournament at Firestone Stadium in Akron.

Allie Staats smacked two triples, scored twice and drove in two runs, including the game-winner, for the Minutemen.

Baseball

Ellet 5, Firestone 3

Senior Tyler Westren singled twice and drove in two runs and senior Griffin Malick singled twice and drove in a run for the visiting Orangemen in a City Series win over the Falcons.

The Orangemen scored two runs in the ninth inning to break a 3-3 tie and earn the league win.

Kenmore-Garfield 12, Buchtel 0

Junior Rontrell Greer and senior John Henry each drove in three runs for the visiting Golden Rams (7-3, 4-1) in a City Series win over the Griffins.

Tallmadge 10, Copley 2

Jake Rensel singled, tripled and drove in four runs for the host Blue Devils (4-8, 3-1 Suburban League American Division) in a win over the Indians.

Woodridge 2, Coventry 0

Zane Patterson homered and pitched a shutout for the visiting Bulldogs (7-5, 5-1 Portage Trail Conference-Metro). Patterson allowed just two hits in his second win of the season.

Walsh Jesuit 14, Cuyahoga Falls 0

Junior Yassir Kahook and sophomores Kade Labajetta and Nicholas Leonatti combined for a five-inning perfect game to lead the host Warriors (12-1, 5-0).

Norton 16, Springfield 9

Ben Hornacek singled three times and drove in two runs for the host Panthers.

Softball

North Canton Hoover 1, Miamisburg 0

Grace Vesco pitched a five-hit shutout for the host Vikings (8-2) in a nonleague win. Lauren Ikes scored the game’s only run in the fourth inning for the Vikings.

Field 6, Massillon 5

Alexsa Hurd singled twice and homered and Anna Paulus singled and doubled for the visiting Falcons. Sam Hackenbracht homered for the Tigers.

Northwest 15, Tuslaw 8

Jordan Miller hit a two-run home run and drove in four runs and Anna Welsh hit a solo home run for the visiting Indians (5-3, 2-1 Principals Athletic Conference) in a win over the Mustangs (5-4, 3-3). Sierra Nuff hit a two-run home run for the Mustangs.

Baseball

Highland 3, Revere 1

Jon Ambro and Bryce Budzinski helped the Hornets get off to a hot start and Budzinski made it hold up on the mound as Highland evened its record with a home win.

Ambro and Budzinski both hit run-scoring singles in the first inning that gave Highland (5-5, 2-1) a 3-0 lead.

Budzinski was excellent on the mound as well, pitching a complete game while allowing just three hits.

Matt Buser singled in the lone run for Revere (5-6, 2-3), scoring Gavin Williams.

Chippewa 2, Rittman 1

Kevin Weaver was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded, allowing the Chipps to walk off against visiting Rittman in Wayne County Athletic League action.

Gary Thonan kept Chippewa (8-3, 4-2) in the game with a dominant outing on the hill. Thonan went the distance and surrendered just two hits and struck out seven.

Cooper Davies collected three hits and drove in the other Chippewa run in the fifth.

Brunswick 2, Wadsworth 0

The Blue Devils outlasted the Grizzlies in a pitchers duel to earn a dramatic nonconference victory.

Noah Herron gave up four hits and walked three but kept all baserunners stranded to earn the win. Colin Thomas shut the door to earn his second save of the year.

The Grizzlies left 10 runners on base.

Dylan Kubilus took the tough loss, going six innings and allowing seven hits and two earned runs.

Nick Lallathin cracked two singles and a double, accounting for three of Wadsworth’s five hits.

Softball

Perry 4, Jackson 0

Payton Gottshall cruised through the Jackson lineup, recording 15 of her 21 outs on strikeout to shut out the host Polar Bears and keep Perry unbeaten in the Federal League.

Gia Durieux singled twice, cracked a double and drove in one to lead Perry (4-3, 4-0) offensively.

Aurora 9, Revere 8

Courtenay Amentini tripled, homered and drove in three but it wasn’t enough as Revere fell on the road and dropped to .500 in conference play.

Julia Mazanec led Aurora with a home run, scored three times and drove in two.

Track & field

Second Sole Eagle Elite

Strongsville claimed both the boys and girls team titles at GlenOak High School on Saturday. The host Eagles were second in the boys meet and third in the girls.

Thomas Supan finished second in the boys discus and shot put for Medina.

Warrior Relays

Nordonia took the girls title and Strongsville the boys crown at Walsh Jesuit’s Warrior Relays.

Carmen Licht, Aja DuVall, Katrina Eterovich and Faith Banks combined to win the girls 1,600-meter relay for Nordonia.

Softball

Copley 9, Magnificat 0

Kaitlyn Bartos got the win on the mound and helped her cause with two singles, two doubles and two RBI.

N. Canton Hoover 10, Canfield 0

Grace Vesco’s double, triple and five RBI led the Vikings (6-1) to a nonleague victory at home.

Baseball

Walsh Jesuit 8-8, GlenOak 6-7 (8)

Nate Stahl’s grand slam in the bottom of the seventh inning forced extra innings and Nick Vaccaro scored the game-winner on a bases-loaded, one-out walk to give the Warriors a nonleague sweep.

The Warriors (10-1) had a 2-1 lead going into the seventh before the Eagles (4-3) scored six runs.

Nordonia 1, University 0

The Knights won their second game of the season behind Dylan Hiles, who shut down University School on two hits and seven strikeouts.

Canton Cent. Cath. 1, St. Vincent-St. Mary 0

Stone Sirpilla walked and came around to score the game’s only run on Brad Kling’s two-out single to right in the second inning as the Crusaders prevailed in a pitchers’ duel.

Parma Hts. Holy Name 9, Wadsworth 3

The Green Wave tagged Wadsworth (7-2) pitching for 10 hits.

Baseball

St. V-M 10, Gilmour Academy 9 (8)

Jordan Jennings singled to score Garrett Bischof in the bottom of the eighth inning to give the Fighting Irish the walk-off win over the Lancers.

Bischof began the inning with a single and Tyler Lattea followed with a bunt single to put a runner on first and second with no outs.

After a sacrifice bunt moved the runners to second and third, Zacc Markulis was intentionally walked to load the bases for Jennings.

Jake Pentasuglio allowed one run and struck out six in five innings of relief for the win.

Wadsworth 11, Stow 3

Matt Moore had two hits and three RBI and Austin Mannix had three hits and two RBI to lead the host Grizzlies (7-1, 6-1) over the Bulldogs in a Suburban League National Division game.

Nick Lallathin allowed three runs on five hits and struck out five in a complete-game victory for the Grizzlies.

Drew Bradley and Collin Lang each had an RBI for the Bulldogs.

Walsh Jesuit 10, NDCL 3

Evan Swan, Nathan Stahl and Easton Kindall each had two RBI for the visiting Warriors (8-1, 4-0 North Coast League Blue Division).

Tyler Pettorini singled twice, scored two runs and drove in a run for the Warriors.

Softball

Ellet 5, Revere 4

Sydnie Wolf singled to score Mackenzie McLeod to cap a three-run rally in the top of the seventh inning for the Orangemen (3-1).

Freshman Shannon Appel tripled, scored a run and had 10 strikeouts in the loss for the Minutemen (6-3).

Mary Murray singled and scored on a wild pitch in the seventh inning for the Orangemen.

Stow 11, Cuyahoga Falls 0

Kati Kelly tossed a one-hitter and struck out 11 for the visiting Bulldogs in a Suburban League National Division win over the Black Tigers.

Highland 15, Copley 2

Alex Pasco had three singles and Autumn Chorba singled twice for the visiting Hornets (6-4, 3-1 Suburban-American) in a win over the Indians (1-4, 1-3).

Hoover 10, Strasburg 3

Grace Dewalt went 4-for-4 with four singles and three RBI and Lauren Ickes singled, doubled and drove in two runs for the host Vikings (5-1) in the win over the Tigers (5-2). Grace Cea had an RBI and Kaitlynn O’Donnell had two hits and scored two runs for the Vikings.

Perry 3, Jackson 0

Makenna Durieux homered for the host Panthers (3-1, 3-0) in the Federal League win.

Mogadore 7, Norton 6

Brooke Brodie singled, doubled and drove in a run and Regan Smith singled twice, doubled and drove in a run for the visiting Wildcats (4-1) in a win over the Panthers (1-2).

Paige Howe drove in a run for the Panthers.

Softball

Archbishop Hoban 9, Green 8

Adrianna Powers hit a two-run single with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the host Knights (7-2) the walk-off win over the Bulldogs (2-2).

The Knights scored five runs in the seventh inning to rally from a four-run deficit for the nonleague win.

Lauren Tecca singled twice and drove in two runs and Emma Terzola and Jessica Knicely each drove in a run for the Knights. Liberty Torres hit a grand slam for the Bulldogs.

Springfield 8, Ellet 5

Saira Riddle singled, homered and drove in two runs and Madison Miller singled, doubled and drove in three runs to lead the visiting Spartans (5-2) over the Orange­men (2-1).

Revere 5, Barberton 3

Kaitlynn Hagarty went 3-for-4 with two singles, a double and three RBI for the visiting Minutemen (6-2, 2-1 Suburban-American).

Baseball

Stow 9, Twinsburg 6

Collin Harris hit a two-run home run and Eric Schilling and Zach Meyerson each hit a solo home run for the host Bulldogs (4-2, 3-1 Suburban-National).

Massillon 8, Northwest 7

Aiden Longwell singled twice, doubled and drove in three runs, and the visiting Tigers (5-2) scored two runs in the seventh inning to rally for the win.

Kenmore-Garfield 14, East 3

John Varney, Nick Carillon and Donta Keys each had two RBI for the visiting Rams (3-2, 2-1 City Series).

Baseball

Wadsworth 9, Nordonia 4

The unbeaten Grizzlies scored four runs in the third and fifth innings to beat the host Knights in a Suburban League National Conference game on Monday.

Anthony Gannon picked up the win on the mound and helped his cause with three hits and three RBI. Josh Hagans added two hits for Wadsworth (6-0, 5-0).

Ravenna 7, Streetsboro 0

In a Portage Trail Conference win, Michael Wunderle pitched six scoreless innings, only allowing an infield hit and one walk and struck out eight. The Ravens improved to 3-1 overall and 3-0 in the PTC Metro.

Lake Center Christian 3, Rootstown 1

Will Caudle pitched a one-hitter with seven strikeouts to lead Lake Center Christian to a PTC win at Rootstown (2-1, 1-1). C.J. Bancroft had two of the eight hits for the Tigers (3-3, 1-1).

Perry 15, St. Vincent-St. Mary 9

Bryce Warwick hit three singles and a double, walked once and drove in four runs to lead the Panthers (3-1) to a nonleague win. Tyler Lattea was 3-for-4 with two RBI for the Irish (4-1).

Softball

GlenOak 5, Jackson 2

The Golden Eagles battery helped their cause by each homering in their Federal League win at home. Olivia Otani pitched a complete game and is 2-0. She was 2-for-3 at the plate with a solo homer in the third inning. Catcher Riley Grimm hit her third homer of the year, a solo shot, one batter before Otani.

Lake 2, North Canton Hoover 1

Jessica LeBeau allowed just two hits, no walks and struck out 11 to hand the visiting Vikings their first loss of the year. LeBeau took a no-hitter into the seventh before Laurel DeVoe hit a one-out solo home run.

Hudson 12, Crestwood 9

Mariah Duncan hit a three-run home run in a seven-run fourth inning for the Explorers (1-2). Duncan earned the save in relief of winning pitcher Maddie Roukey.

Tennis

Walsh Jesuit 4, Louisville 1

Ethan Shaw and Ben Foltz posted a 6-2, 6-3 win a No. 2 doubles for the Warriors, who handed Louisville its first loss.

Archbishop Hoban junior Jessica Knicely continued to swing a powerful bat Wednesday at Firestone Stadium.

Knicely entered the venerable Akron venue with four home runs in Hoban’s first seven games this season. A couple of hours later, she left with five home runs in eight games as the Knights defeated rival St. Vincent-St. Mary 18-2 in six innings in an Akron Racers Foundation Rubber City Rivalry Series matchup.

In addition to five home runs, Knicely has 12 hits in 24 at-bats and 15 RBI.

Senior Ashley Matousek pitched all six innings to get the win for Hoban (6-2). She allowed two earned runs and 10 hits, and also hit a two-run home run in the sixth inning.

“A lot of it today was the old Yogi Berra quote — ‘Hitting ’em where they ain’t,’ ” Hoban coach Frank Voss said. “We hit some hard balls. Some of them we hit right at people and they did what they were supposed to do, and then we also found some gaps.”

Knicely’s homer on Wednesday came in the top of the first, which ended with Hoban sending 10 up to bat and holding a 7-0 lead.

“Coach told us that we had to go out there and we had to get ahead,” said Knicely, who batted eighth in the Hoban lineup. “That was our mentality. We went out there and cored those runs to really kick off the game.”

Seniors Emma Terzola and Alex Whitmore hit singles to open the first inning. Terzola scored when sophomore Maddy Susong grounded out, and Whitmore scored along with freshman Hannah McGraw on a single by senior Chole Weidrick.

Junior Allyssa Hagenbaugh batted in junior Lauren Tecca on a fielder’s choice, and then Knicely smacked the ball over the fence in left field with one out for a three-run home run that also scored Weidrick and Hagenbaugh.

St. V-M scored twice in the third to cut its deficit to 7-2. Ashley Wojcik led off the inning with a single and was lifted for pinch runner Anna Burke. Antoinette DiFeo brought Burke home with a double and Emma Strobel followed with a single that scored DiFeo.

Hoban extended its lead to 11-2 with four runs in the fifth inning. Whitmore hit a bases-clearing triple to left field that scored Hagenbaugh, Knicely and senior Adrianna Powers with one out, and then scored when Susong lifted a sacrifice fly to center field.

“We know that this is a rivalry game,” said Whitmore, who has 19 hits in 29 at-bats and 15 RBI this year. “This is a huge game for our team.”

The Knights scored seven more runs in the sixth. Knicely and Powers hit RBI singles that scored freshman Reggi Demechko and Weidrick, Terzola hit a double that scored Knicely and Powers, Susong hit a single that scored senior Ann Redle and Matousek smacked her homer over the fence in left field that also scored Susong.

“I was looking for a ball that I could drive,” Matousek said. “The last couple times up I hit the ball hard, but I really wanted to make my last at bat count.”

Whitmore had three hits, and Weidrick, Knicely, Terzola, Susong and Matousek each had two hits for Hoban. DiFeo and Wojcik both had two hits for St. V-M coach Nick Dadich.

Michael Beaven can be reached at 330-996-3829 or [email protected]. Read the #ABJVarsity high school blog at http://www.ohio.com/preps. Follow him on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/MBeavenABJ.

Baseball

Copley 4, Revere 0

Senior Tyler Hays threw a one-hit shutout and struck out 21 batters for the host Indians (3-1) in a win over the Bears (4-3). Charlie Drumm went 3-for-4 with a triple and two RBI and Brandon Poundstone had a two-run single for the Indians.

Wadsworth 8, Cuyahoga Falls 2

Dylan Kubilus tossed a complete game and had nine strikeouts for the host Grizzlies in a Suburban League-National Division win over the Black Tigers. Nick Lallathin hit a two-run single for the Grizzlies.

Archbishop Hoban 6, Parma Padua 3

Mason Tipton, Jack Bennett and Ben Lefebvre each drove in two runs for the visiting Knights. Bennett also earned his third win of the season.

Softball

Cloverleaf 13, Norton 12

Hailey Eckelberry hit a walk-off, two-run triple with two outs in the bottom of the eighth to give the Colts (6-3, 2-1 Portage Trail-Metro) the win. Brooke Swain hit a two-run home run and Morgan Lilly singled, doubled and drove in four runs for the Colts.

Copley 11, Kent Roosevelt 3

Katelyn Bartos hit a three-run double and had four strikeouts for her first win of the season to lead the host Indians (1-2, 1-1 Suburban-American). Kendall Schaffner doubled twice and drove in two runs for the Indians.

Archbishop Hoban 16, Beaumont 0

Lily Botos threw a no-hitter and Jessica Knicely singled, doubled, homered and drove in four runs for the host Knights (5-2).

Walsh Jesuit 10, Lake Catholic 2

Alyssa Lavdis singled, homered, drove in three runs and had 17 strikeouts in the complete-game win for the visiting Warriors (6-2, 3-0 North Coast). Emma Barnes singled, tripled and drove in three runs for the Warriors.

Hoover 11, Green 1

Alysha Elsbury singled twice, doubled, homered and drove in four runs for the host Vikings (4-0, 2-0 Federal League).

Baseball

Orrville 6, Fairless 0

Junior Brock Berry pitched a no-hitter Monday as the Red Riders won their Principals Athletic Conference opener at Fairless and evened their overall record at 1-1 and 1-0. Berry struck out six.

Owen Stauffer led Orrville with three hits, and Phillip Staufffer and Brock Berry each added two hits.

Fairless fell to 4-1 and 2-1.

CVCA 5, Manchester 1

Christian Isaacs drove in three runs as the Royals improved to 3-0 in the PAC and 4-3 overall with a win at Manchester.

Walsh Jesuit 1, NDCL 0

Nate Stahl and Brock Belsole combined to no-hit visiting Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin in a North Coast League game in Cuyahoga Falls. Stahl (2-0) struck out eight in 6⅓ innings.

Buchtel 13, East 1

Buchtel improved to 3-0 overall behind Drea Culp’s single and four RBI. William Jacobs Jr. added two singles and two RBI for the Griffins.

Dalton 12, Northwest 11

The Bulldogs (4-5) scored 11 runs in the bottom of the seventh to beat the visiting Indians. Dalton’s final three runs came with two outs.

Softball

Woodridge 9, Streetsboro 4

In Portage Trail Conference Metro matchup, Caitlin Raid struck out 13 and picked up her second win of the season. Woodridge (2-1, 1-1) had 10 hits, including three by Sydney Shaheen. Raid had two singles and drove in four runs.

Manchester 11, CVCA 1

Emily Rucker hit her second home run of the season as the Panthers improved to 2-0 in the PAC and 4-3 overall. She also hit two singles and finished with three RBI.

Track

Rough Rider Invitational

Cuyahoga Falls took three of the four relay events to squeak past Green for the girls title at Kent Roosevelt’s Rough Rider Invitational on Saturday. The Black Tigers tallied 168 points to Green’s 162.

Emma Brustoski, Grace Lowe, Jacquelyn Shields and De’Vine Shelton combined to win the 800-meter relay for Falls. Kayla Brown, Katlyn Long, Nicole Bechter and Shelton won the 400 relay, and Kayla Huffman, Shelton, Brustoski and Long beat out Kent Roosevelt by four-tenths of a second to win the 1,600 relay.

Green edged Cuyahoga Falls to take the 3,200 relay.

Green won the boys team title, taking first place in three field events. Elijah Thomas won the high jump in a jump-off at 5-feet-8. Seniors Alex Dodd won the pole vault for Green at 11-0, and Joseph Davidson won the discus for the Bulldogs.

Medina Relays

The host’s girls team took the team title, beating out Twinsburg 120-112.

Medina won the boys 800-meter sprint medley as Demetrius Shannon, Lavelle Hull, Gavin Montgomery and Michael Kelly edged St. Ignatius by one second. The Bees boys were second overall as a team to Solon.

Girls lacrosse

Revere 12, Magnificat 7

Down 6-4 in the second half, Revere went on a 7-0 run to win in Rocky River. Jordan Zablo scored four times for Revere.

North Canton Hoover 20, Olmsted Falls 4

Katie Harcourt’s seven goals and one assist led the Vikings to a road victory.

Stow 12, WRA 7

Seniors Emma Workman and Grace Deegan each scored four times in the Bulldogs’ nonleague rout of host Western Reserve Academy. Andi Perez had five saves for Stow.

Baseball

CVCA 3, Northwest 2

Matt Henning settled down after a tough first inning and pitched a complete game to help the Royals claim a road win to stay unbeaten in Principals Athletic Conference play.

After giving up two earned runs in the first, Henning kept the Indians scoreless the rest of the way. He recorded three strikeouts.

CVCA (3-3, 2-0) battled back with a two-run fifth inning before Drew Wilson drove in the game-deciding run in the seventh.

Bryce Munson threw a solid six-plus innings for Northwest (2-4, 1-1), allowing two unearned runs and striking out three.

Dalton 7, Chippewa 6

Derek Gerber hit into a fielder’s choice that was followed by an error that allowed Colby Hilty to score as the Bulldogs secured a home win in walk-off fashion.

Chance Green earned his first win of the year in relief with 2⅔ shutout innings. He struck out one.

Eric Summers led Dalton (3-4, 1-1) at the plate with a two-run single.

For Chippewa, Cooper Davies cracked three singles and drove in three. Kevin Weaver doubled and scored twice.

Lake Center Christian 8, Waterloo 1

Will Caudle shined on the mound and at the plate as the Tigers cruised to a home victory.

Caudle singled twice and drove in two runs to help his own effort on the hill. He pitched a complete game, allowing just four hits and one unearned run.

Alec Washington singled, doubled and drove in two for Lake Center Christian (2-2).

The game was called after four innings because of inclement weather and darkness.

Baseball

Green 2, Lake 1

Trent Montgomery pitched a gem to keep Green in the game long enough for Shea Simmer to hit a walk-off single as the Bulldogs started Federal League play with a home win.

Montgomery surrendered just four hits to the Blue Streaks while improving to 2-0.

The Bulldogs (4-2, 1-0) secured the win when Simmer delivered the walk-off hit in the bottom of the seventh.

Jackson 6, North Canton Hoover 1

Yianni Skeriotis fired five strong innings and Jackson earned a crucial Federal League victory in a battle of two contenders for the league title.

Skeriotis, an Ohio State commit, only allowed three hits and struck out four.

Matt Hicks led the way offensively for Jackson (4-2, 1-0) with a single and a solo home run.

Hoover (4-2, 0-1) mustered its only run when Alex Ledger singled home Jordan Hite after Hite reached base with a double.

Softball

Tallmadge 15, Kent Roosevelt 0

Blue Devils pitcher Emily Pratt struck out eight and finished with a five-inning no-hitter to keep Tallmadge undefeated with a road victory.

Pratt, a junior, shined at the plate as well, ripping two singles that drove in two runs. She improved to 4-0 in the circle.

Sophomore Kennedy Rorar drilled a triple and had four RBI for Tallmadge (7-0). Junior Autumn Malicoat added three singles and one RBI.

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Baseball

Twinsburg 5, Cuyahoga Falls 0

Catcher Joe Procop went 2-for-3 at the plate and his battery mate, Sean Williams, earned the season-opening victory for host Twinsburg.

Twinsburg (1-0, 1-0) scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth to ensure its Suburban League win.

CVCA 5, Triway 2

The Royals (2-3, 1-0) used a three-run seventh inning to post a Principals Athletic Conference win at Triway. Drew Wilson pitched a complete game, striking out 11, for the win. He added a single and a double.

Lake 5, Parma Normandy 2

Lake’s Garrett Obourn hit three singles and drove in a run in the Blue Streaks’ nonleague home win. Niko Davis pitched 3⅔ innings of no-run, one-hit relief for the win.

Softball

Springfield 4, Woodridge 3

Hannah Blosser’s two-run single in the sixth put Springfield back in front in a Portage Trail Conference Metro win.

Taylor Kern hit a single, double and scored twice, and Ericka Johnson swiped four bases to lead the Spartans.

Madison Miller struck out nine en route to the victory.

Baseball

Nordonia 3, Midview 2

Vince Varner drew a one-out walk in the bottom of the seventh inning, advanced to second on a passed ball, and scored the game-winner one out later when Nick Heiser singled to right field.

The Knights evened their record at 1-1. Blake Williams earned the win in relief, striking out three Middies (1-1) in the top of the seventh inning.

Young. Ursuline 6, Walsh Jesuit 5

The Warriors scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, but the comeback fell one run short. Walsh Jesuit fell to 1-1, and the Fighting Irish are 3-0.

Canton South 2, Woodridge 0

JC Philippi’s pitched a shutout against Woodridge (1-2) to give the Wildcats their first win of the season.

Chippewa 3-1, Tusky Valley 1-0

Gary Thonan earned the win in the first game of a doubleheader, and Cooper Davies pitched a shutout in the second game for the Chipps (3-1).

West Branch 3, Field 0

The Warriors (2-0) used five pitchers to down visiting Field (1-2). T.J. DeShields improved to 2-0 in relief.

NORTH CANTON: A relay meet at the beginning of the track and field season can provide a great opportunity for both coaches and athletes.

Coaches can get a feel for their squads and athletes can just have fun. Saturday’s North Canton Relays provided all those involved with that chance to relax and compete.

Jackson finished atop the girls and boys team standings on a sunny but chilly afternoon.

The Jackson boys scored 107 points to top an eight-team field that included Archbishop Hoban (89), Massillon (70), Canton McKinley (68) and Green (59).

“We had a huge team effort,” Jackson boys coach Scott Stayer said. “We kind of rested some guys in some distance races so that they only had to focus on one race. We brought a lot of young kids, a lot of freshmen boys who ran well. Individually, Austin Biss did a great job in his three events. Preston Johnson and Nate Immel were also very active today.”

Immel was part of the first-place 3,200-meter (8:39.44) and 1,600-meter (3:40.69) relays. Pat Baker, Josh Szink and Jon Uhl also contributed to the 3,200 relay, and the 1,600 relay also included Joe McAuliffe, Ethan Seymour and Biss.

Jackson’s other boys victory on the track came in the distance medley with Ronny Brookes, Brandon O’Quinn, Nick Regas and Evan Akers clocking a 10:58.20.

The Polar Bears also found success in the boys field events. Max Critchfield, Garrett Sin and Mark West won the pole vault (34-6), and Luke Dye and Gabe Ferrante were part of the top discus (370-6) and shot put (126-7) units. Logan Peters was also part of the discus, and Xavior Gray participated in the shot put.

The Jackson girls scored 99 points to top a seven-team field that included Green (89), Massillon (82), Hoover (72) and McKinley (59½).

“Our distance runners put together a strong showing,” Jackson girls coach Rick Neitzelt said. “We won the 4×1600 and the distance medley, and sprint-wise we were pretty solid as far as being in the top three or four. Our field events also had a good showing.”

Allyson Bailey, Lauren Stayer, Bailey Flood and Shira Weiner won the 6,400-meter relay in 23:16.58. Weiner, Annie Nunley, Libby Dillon and Lexi Smith teamed up to win the distance medley, a 4,000-meter race, in 13:48.78.

The Polar Bears also won the girls discus with Olivia Hurtt, Megan Rohr and Makayla Chandler combining for a distance of 267-6.

Green’s girls won three events. Kimmie Kramer, Arianna Roden, Jamie Stanton and Erica Werntz won the shuttle hurdles (1:09.73); Jessie Spoerndle, Cammi Trizzino and Madeline Stowe took first in the high jump (13-10); and Emma Dodd, Melea Nelson and Faith Estes triumphed in the pole vault (20-6).

Saturday’s meet also was interesting for Hoban boys coach Tom O’Neil and his son, Donovan, a sophomore who anchored Green’s 1,600 relay to fourth place.

“I’ve got two dogs in the race,” Tom O’Neil said as he watched the 1,600 relay unfold.

Hoban’s Dominic Brink, Kyle Stober, Michael Jorgenson and Anthony Bishop combined to win the boys 6,400 relay in 20:19.33, and Nate Bauer, Cordell Cobb, William Harrison and McKae Matthews triumphed in the sprint medley in 1:41.67.

Hoover’s Cassidy Light, Hannah Ulik and Kelsey Kinsley won the shot put (96-5).

Lauren Brown of Massillon placed first in the 800 relay (1:46.97), 400 relay (50.64) and long jump (44-½). Aniya Lowery, Maria Welch and Juanita Gray joined Brown in the running relays, and Sydney Rice and Mckeyah Duley contributed in the long jump.

Massillon’s boys also won three events with D’Mario Boles, Raycel Brown, Tyree Broyles leading the way. Boles, Brown, Broyles and Seth Jefferson won the 800 relay (1:33.51); Boles, Brown, Broyles and Aydrik Ford took first in the 400 relay (43.93); and Klay Moll, Dean Clark and Tre’von Morgan were victorious in the high jump (17-2).

Matthew Reardon and Davis Reinhard led Canton McKinley to top performances in the boys shuttle hurdles (58.51) and long jump (57-½). Kris Daniels and Clayton Tabler were also on the shuttle hurdles and Jalen Cooks competed in the long jump.

McKinley’s girls won the sprint medley (J’za Skinner, DaiJah Ming, Azure Curtis and Dejah Tabler in 1:57.76) and the 1,600 relay (Emily Hendrick, Talicity Marshall, Justyce Jamerson and Azure Curtis in 4:28.54).

Michael Beaven can be reached at 330-996-3829 or [email protected]. Read the #ABJVarsity high school blog at http://www.ohio.com/preps. Follow him on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/MBeavenABJ.

CANTON: The 3-point shot changed the game of basketball long ago.

On Wednesday night, it certainly contributed to the outcome of the 30th annual William Heichel Memorial Plain Rotary All-Star Classic at Malone University.

The girls and boys all-star games both featured an abundance of 3-pointers, and the winning teams both made their share at Osborne Hall.

The Stark Stars won the girls game 85-51, and then the Summit Stars earned a 121-101 victory in the boys game.

Mason McMurray of Stow led the Summit Stars in the second game with 22 points, 13 rebounds and five assists.

“It was an all-star game, so you know it was going to be more about the offense than the defense,” McMurray said. “This one kind of meant more because it was Stark versus Summit. We wanted to come out here to compete and get a win.”

The Summit Stars boys squad had eight players score in double figures — McMurray, Archbishop Hoban’s Collen Gurley (20 points), Revere’s Pete Nance (14), Copley’s Brian Roberts Jr. (11), Barberton’s Jordan Greynolds (11), Walsh Jesuit’s Ben Merril (11), Twinsburg’s Darrell Newsom Jr. (10) and Stow’s Coryon Rice (10).

The Summit Stars boys team made 15 3-pointers.

“The 3-point shot has changed the game with guys like Steph Curry and Pete Nance,” Gurley said with a smile.

Tyrus Toney of Buchtel contributed eight points, four steals for the Summit Stars.

“It was fun playing with guys that I usually compete against,” said Nance, who also had 12 rebounds, seven assists and six blocks. “It was also fun seeing some of these guys on the other side that I had never seen play before.”

Canton McKinley’s Deontae McCollum paced the Stark Stars boys side with 25 points and seven rebounds. Northwest’s Scott Wormald (21 points), Massillon’s Dyson Berry (10 points) and McKinley’s Ty Straughter (eight points) were also efficient. Wormald grabbed six rebounds.

Stow’s Dave Close, who was the co-head coach of the Summit Stars with Russ Swartz of Mogadore, smiled as he reflected on watching McMurray and Rice toss down dunks.

“I have never seen Coryon dunk in a game, practice or open gym,” Close said. “That is the first time I have seen Coryon dunk, so I was shell-shocked. That was exciting for him to have that moment. … Mason being player of the game was a nice thing for him. He played well and showed his versatility.”

More 3-pointers

The Stark Stars girls made 18 3-pointers en route to a victory. Jackson’s Taylor Mikesell totaled 26 points, three rebounds and three assists to lead the Stark Stars.

“I was in San Antonio this morning,” said Mikesell, who won the American Family Insurance High School women’s 3-point shootout on Tuesday in Texas. “I actually worked out before this game today at Jackson. I flew out of San Antonio at 5 a.m., went to St. Louis and then to Cleveland. I got home around 12:30ish [in the afternoon].”

Massillon’s Kaylee Pierce finished with 22 points, three rebounds and three assists.

“This was a lot of fun,” Pierce said. “This was an all-star game. … If you were open, pull it, that is what we said. I knew if I was given space, I was going to shoot the ball.”

Massillon’s Tamia Ridley contributed seven points, seven rebounds and four steals for the Stark Stars. Canton McKinley’s Chamera Young (12 points) and Jackson’s Chloe Falconer (16 rebounds) were also active.

“We represented Stark County really well,” said Jackson’s Anthony Butch, who was the Stark Stars co-head coach with Gary Isler of Canton Central Catholic. “This was a showcase of the talent that we have in Stark County. We have some elite shooters.”

Wadsworth’s Sophia Fortner paced the Summit Stars with 13 points, three steals, three rebounds and three assists. Stow’s Theresa Parr (eight points), St. Vincent-St. Mary’s Faith Williams (seven points, five rebounds) and Barberton’s Macy Ries (six points) also gave solid efforts for the Summit Stars.

Michael Beaven can be reached at 330-996-3829 or [email protected]. Read the #ABJVarsity high school blog at http://www.ohio.com/preps. Follow him on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/MBeavenABJ.

Softball

Revere 16, Worthington Christian 2

In the second of two games for Revere on Wednesday at the Ripken Experience in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the Minutemen put double digits on the scoreboard.

After beating St. Frances (Wheaton, Ill.) 10-2, Revere (3-1) pounded out 11 hits in beating the Warriors (0-3) in five innings.

Claire Brokloff had five hits and scored five times in the two games, and Adison Novosel had two RBI in each game.

Jackson 4, Chestnut Hill Academy (Pa.) 1

Junior Breonna Cutts struck out six as the Polar Bears came back from a 1-0 loss to Shelby County (Ky.) earlier in the day. Jackson is now 3-2.

Baseball

Highland (Va.) 2, CVCA 1 (9)

Highland High School (Warrenton, Va.) scored an unearned run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning off CVCA reliever Alex Jacob to beat the Royals in extra innings in the Mingo Bay Classic.

The Royals are 1-2 on their trip to South Carolina.

North Canton Hoover 6, Yorktown (Va.) 2

At Myrtle Beach, S.C., the Vikings improved to 3-1 behind Brendan Auman’s single, two doubles and three RBI.

Softball

Archbishop Hoban 7, Mentor Lake Catholic 0

In a rematch of last year’s Division II regional final, the Knights won a North Coast League game in Mentor.

Ashley Matousek pitched a two-hit shutout and Hoban pounded out 16 hits, including home runs by Allyssa Hagenbaugh and Jessica Knicely.

Mogadore 9, Ravenna 1

Colleen Coughlin and Cassie Westfall each hit a single and a double to lead the Wildcats to a Portage Trail Conference crossover win. Alyssa Hughes drove in three runs for Mogadore.

Ellet 15, Buchtel 1

Maddie Anderson struck out 14 to lead the Orangemen (1-0, 1-0) to a season-opening, City Series win. She also had two hits.

Garrettsville 16, Twinsburg 7

In a game that featured 30 total hits, Hanna Smith and Summer Bourne had four each for the winners. Smith hit a homer and tallied four RBI, while Bourne hit three doubles and drove in three runs.

Baseball

CVCA 11, Socastee (S.C). 2

Five runs in the first and second innings allowed CVCA to win its first game of the Mingo Bay Classic. Josh Thacker and Drew Wilson each had three hits and a RBI for the Royals (1-0).

North Canton Hoover 4, Rock Ridge (Va.) 0

Jordan Hite’s three singles led the Vikings to a win in Murrells Inlet, S.C. North Canton is now 1-1 on the season.

Sam Bucher threw 90 pitches in the seven-inning shutout to earn the win.

St. Vincent-St. Mary 13, Cuyahoga Falls 3

Catcher Jacob Connery’s bases-loaded triple keyed a seven-run third inning for the Irish (1-0).

Wadsworth 2, Nordonia 1

The Grizzlies scored a run in the bottom of the sixth to break a 1-1 tie and take the Suburban League-National Conference game.

Archbishop Hoban 5, Solon 1

Jack Bennett threw a complete-game, two-hitter and drove in two runs to open the season for the Knights (1-0).