Jackson 4, GlenOak 1
The Polar Bears (15-2-2) won their seventh consecutive district championship in an Austintown Division I district final.
Junior Ross Klauer scored twice for the Polar Bears.
Medina 2, Copley 1
Senior midfielder Austin Schweppe scored a second-half goal to break a 1-1 tie and earn a Brunswick Division I district championship for the visiting Bees (10-1-8).
Austin Horvath scored the first goal for Medina.
Chris Brennan put the Indians (13-5-1) on the board.
Each team had just three shots on goal.
Minerva 3, Lisbon Beaver Local 2
The Lions captured their second consecutive district championship in a Steubenville Division II district final.
Tyler Stewart scored twice for the Lions and Philip Blackburn had a goal and an assist.
The Lions advance to the regional and will play Coshocton on Wednesday in Riverview.
Medina 1, Copley 0
Sophomore midfielder Sydney Leckie scored with 12 minutes remaining to break a 0-0 tie and give the Bees (13-3-3) a Brunswick Division I district championship.
Beth Moore got a hand on the shot in goal for the Indians (11-6-2) but wasn’t able to make a clean save. She did save seven in the game.
Jackson 4, Lake 0
The Polar Bears (14-4-1) earned their 16th district championship in a shutout over the visiting Blue Streaks (10-3-6).
Maddy Tletski opened the scoring off an assist from Elena Gutlove.
Mackenzie Cherniuk, Caitlyn Patton and Hannah Angelo later scored to add to the lead.
Buchtel 20, Kenmore 6
The host Griffins (5-4, 5-1 City Series) held the Cardinals (2-7, 2-3) without a passing yard and allowed only four first downs.
Griffins quarterback Chris Davis threw a first-quarter touchdown pass to Deric Rucker and also ran for a score.
Cardinals running back Terez Smith broke a 91-yard touchdown run and finished with 138 yards on the ground.
Cleveland Benedictine 20, Archbishop Hoban 14 (OT)
Jerome Baker scored his third touchdown to give the host Bengals (6-3, 3-1 North Coast) the overtime victory.
Baker finished with 153 yards on 17 carries.
Todd Sibley scored both touchdowns for the Knights (5-4, 3-1) and ran for 114 yards.