Baseball

Northwest 10, Fairless 0

Cory Burroughs fired a no-hitter and doubled in two runs to control both aspects of the game and run-rule visiting Fairless.

Burroughs hurled all five innings and struck out four batters to improve his record to 3-2.

Northwest (10-8, 5-3) also got contributions at the plate from Canyon Foster who doubled, scored twice and drove in two, as well as Collin Houser, slapping three singles and driving in one.

Lake Center Christian 3, Crestwood 2

The Red Devils tried to come from behind, scoring two runs in the seventh before Will Caudle closed the door and finished his complete-game victory and Lake Center upset Portage Trail Conference foe Crestwood at home.

Caudle limited Crestwood (10-3, 1-3) to just six hits and overcame four errors from the defense behind him to go the distance on the mound and improve his record to 4-2.

Caudle helped his own cause at the plate, ripping a run-scoring double to help Lake Center (5-10, 2-4) offensively.

Barberton 7, Tallmadge 6

The Magics rallied to score two runs in the bottom of the sixth to escape with a home win over conference rival and defending state champion Tallmadge.

Both teams put up four runs in the first inning and remained tied until Tallmadge scored two in the fourth.

Barberton answered with a run of its own before pushing across the two to win.

Hayden Murphy led Barberton’s offensive outburst with a double, a triple, one run and two RBI.

Nick Plucinski singled twice and drove in one.

Jake Rensel doubled and drove in two to lead Tallmadge and Jared Burick singled twice and collected one RBI.

Softball

Louisville 2, Lake 1

Lake’s Emily Ickes blasted a solo home run in the first inning to gain the early lead but the Leopards scratched out a couple runs late to earn a tough nonconference win at home.

Louisville (14-1), ranked fourth in the latest OHSFSCA Division I state poll, got outhit 7-2 but timely hits by Teagan Rice and Ellie Jackson helped the Leopards push across runs in the fourth and sixth innings.

Shae Thomas struck out five in her five innings of work for Louisville before Sarah Cantley came on in relief to shut the door and steal the win, improving her record to 11-1.

Jessica LeBeau struck out 13 for Lake (10-4).