Wadsworth 61, Berlin Hiland 37
The Grizzlies (19-2), ranked sixth in Division I, whipped the host Hawks, the No. 2 team in Division IV, making 17-of-23 shots in the first half, including 7-of-9 3-point shots.
Senior Rachel Goddard led the Grizzlies witth 21 points.
Twinsburg 72, Hudson 41
Senior Ashley Morrissette led the Tigers with 22 points and seven rebounds and senior guard Brooke Smith had 19 points.
With the victory, the two-time defending Division I state champions (21-0, 9-0) clinch the Valley Division of the NOC.
The victory was the Tigers’ 65th in a row against Ohio high schools.
Revere 81, Barberton 35
Freshman Caitlin Vari led all scorers with 30 points and freshman Camryn Brown set a school record with 13 assists as well as the school single-season record of 39 3-pointers for the Minutemen (13-8).
Cuyahoga Falls 32, Parma Valley Forge 24
Seniors Rosie Townsend and Jasmine Eaker each grabbed 12 rebounds for the visiting Black Tigers (5-16).
Field 65, Garfield 12
Sophomore guard Alex Shondrick led the host Falcons (15-6) with 16 points.
Lake 51, Jackson 33
Senior forward McKenna Stephens led the host Blue Streaks (17-4, 9-3 Federal) with 15 points.
Landrie Grace scored 11 points for the Polar Bears.
Highland 76, North 44
Senior guard AnnaMarie Kitchner had 13 points and freshman guard Marle Profitt and junior Anna Rose Wiencek each scored 11 points for the host Hornets (13-8).
Archbishop Hoban 94, Cleveland Hts. Beaumont 30
Senior Megan Donohue led the Knights (16-5, 8-1 North Coast League) by scoring a career-high 31 points in a win over the host Blue Streaks (1-15, 0-8).
Walsh Jesuit 51, Mentor Lake Catholic 47
Senior guard Jessa Gilberto and senior forward Sophia Simone each scored 14 points for the visiting Warriors.
Massillon 64, East 28
Bre Peterson led the visiting Tigers (14-5) with 23 points, including three 3-pointers, and Katie McGuire added 14 points with four 3-pointers.
Springfield 55, Mogadore 45
The host Spartans (7-14, 1-13 PTC Metro) were led by senior guard Jamie Alcorns with 15 points and junior guard Ally Graham with 10 points.
The Wildcats were led by junior Naomi Pollock’s game-high 21 points.
Ravenna 56, Waterloo 35
Sophomore Deja Sanders had 16 points and junior forward Taylor Grub scored 12 points for the visiting Ravens.
Green 54, Fairless 40
Sophomore forward Julia Guyton led the host Bulldogs (10-10) with 15 points and 11 rebounds and Tarah McCausland scored 11 points and Ericka Rector added 10.
Mansfield 74, St. Vincent-St. Mary 62
Junior guard Jalen Hudson scored 25 points, including three 3-point shots, for the host Fighting Irish (9-9).
Junior forward Donvyn Nenson of the Tygers led all scorers with 31 points.
Wooster 61, Triway 47
Senior forward Mason Tomblin led the visiting Generals (12-8) with 13 points and senior forward Grant Stokes added 11.
Norwayne 54, Wellington 43
Senior guard Brady Berger had 18 points and junior guard Tyson Stoudimire had 11 points for the Bobcats (12-5).
Greater Akron Tournament
In just its second year, CVCA won with 2,922, nine pins better than Green. Casey Claflin had a high game of 226 and James Fishel had the high series of 397 for CVCA.