Cross country

Stark County Championship

Jackson’s boys and girls cross country teams took first place in the Division I races at GlenOak High School on Saturday.

Evan Akers broke the 16-minute mark to win the boys race for the Polar Bears. Teammates Nick Regas was second and Patrick Baker sixth.

Madelyn Bartolone of fourth-place Perry won the girls DI race. Shira Weiner and Taylor Etter cracked the top 10 for Jackson.

The East Canton boys and Minerva girls took first place in the Division II-III team scoring.

Midwest Meet of Champions

Alyssa Wolf and Emily Bardwell finished sixth and seventh, respectively, to lead Brunswick to second place in the 26-team girls race at Hilliard Darby. The Blue Devils tallied 153 points to first-place Beavercreek’s 134. Nichole Gatten was 13th for Brunswick. St. Vincent-St. Mary was 10th.

In the boys race, St. V-M was eighth behind Alex Phillip’s personal best 16:00.56, which placed him 21st overall. Twinsburg was led by Ryan Adkins, who finished 12th. The Tigers were 16th, seven points behind Wooster.

Football

Buchtel 69, Kenmore-Garfield 0

Players named Robinson were responsible for five scores in Buchtel’s City Series rout. Christopher Robinson scored a 3-yard touchdown in the first quarter, added a 28-yard score in the second quarter and then picked up a fumble in the fourth quarter and returned it 35 yards for a TD. Zion Robinson scored on a 71-yard run and 45-yard pass reception as the Griffins evened their record at 3-3 (2-0 in the City).

Boys soccer

Walsh Jesuit 1, Perrysburg 0

Nick Labbe’s goal in the 59th minute broke a scoreless tie as the Warriors improved to 7-4-2.

Copley 4, Stow 0

Evan Malpass scored a goal in each half in Copley’s Suburban League crossover victory. His first score came off a free kick. Josh Davis and Hunter Johnson also found net for the Indians (6-3-3).

Firestone 3, GlenOak 0

The Falcons improved to 10-1-3 with the shutout. Goalie Hank Curlee had two saves to earn the win, Jacob Weber scored twice and Konnor Schwerdtfeger also found the back of the net for Firestone.

WRA 3, Young. Mooney 2

First-half goals by Josh Nagy, Ken Fuchino and Carlos Alvarez were just enough to hold off Mooney as Western Reserve Academy (7-5-1) won at home.

Hudson 1, Jackson 1

Wilson Sattele scored Hudson’s goal on a penalty kick and Jackson got its goal when Josiah Herring scored in the second half. Jonah Maas assisted on Herring’s tying goal.

Chippewa 2, North 0

Sophomore Ethan Letz scored twice in the first half for Chippewa (5-4-2).

Girls soccer

Barberton 5, Firestone 1

Sara Thomas scored three times as Barberton (8-5-0) won a nonleague game at home.

Highland 5, Norton 1

Sophomore Kalle Hotes had a hat trick to power the Hornets (6-3-2) to victory.

Volleyball

Ellet 3, Our Lady of the Elms 0

Caroline Dies scored 14 points and had two aces as Ellet (13-2) posted a nonleague home win.