Girls basketball

Kent Roosevelt 51,?Massillon 47

The host Rough Riders outscored the Tigers 13-6 in the last quarter to earn a come-from-behind victory.

Junior forward Brianna Rock led the Rough Riders (5-5) with 16 points.

Jenn Doershuk added 11 points as did senior center Megan Thomas who also led the Rough Riders in rebounding with eight.

The Tigers (4-5) were paced by 14 points from Shadrae Stinson.

Walsh Jesuit 59, Cleveland St. Joseph Academy 54 (OT)

The Warriors pulled away in overtime after a back-and-forth effort all game.

Junior forwards Anna Hall and Lilli Piper led the Warriors (7-3) with 19 points and 16 points, respectively.

Senior Chelsea Pla added 10 points to the scoring attack for Walsh Jesuit.

Brittany Morrison led the Jaguars (6-3) with 16 points.

Nicole McManamon added 12 points, Hailey Grant had 11 and Gianna DiMassa knocked down three 3-pointers en route to scoring 10 points.

Archbishop Hoban 49,?Barberton 37

Freshman Rachel Chessar knocked down five 3-pointers en route to scoring 18 points as the visiting Knights improved to 7-3 on the season.

Junior Sydney Mitchell added 10 points for the Knights.

The Magics (1-9) kept it close, entering the fourth quarter behind by just eight points but ultimately could not keep up.

They were led by 11 points from sophomore Macy Chik.

Woodridge 48, Cleveland Central Catholic 45

The visiting Bulldogs scored 18 points in the fourth quarter to come from behind after trailing 34-30 at the end of the third.

The Bulldogs were led by Abbe Esterak (13 points), Shayla Williams (12) and Aamirah Howard (11).

Kayla Coney and Alex Owensby led the Ironmen (5-5) with 19 and 13 points, respectively.

Manchester 54, CVCA 47

After leading just 22-21 at halftime, the visiting Panthers (6-4) pulled away in the final two quarters, led by junior Brittni Porter who finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds.

Junior Alex Klein and senior Kayci Kryznowek contributed to the winning efforts with 16 and 13 points, respectively.

Senior standout Ashley Tyna contributed to shine for the Royals with 19 points.

Rachel Radcliffe also reached double-digit scoring for CVCA with 11 points.

Cloverleaf 47,?Northwest 35

Lexi and Emily Civittolo scored 17 and 11 points, respectively, to lead the host Colts (4-5).

Junior forward Lauren Gokey added eight points and 12 rebounds.

The Indians (1-7) were led by Amanda Crites who scored 13 points.

Boys basketball

Jackson 96,?Pickerington Central 80

The Polar Bears (9-1) were able to hold off a tough Tigers (5-2) team, including Ohio State recruit Jae’Sean Tate, in the Play 4 Cancer Shootout.

Tate finished with 33 points and 12 rebounds.

Evan Bailey led the Polar Bears with 28 points and 10 rebounds. Mitch Pugh added 22 points.

The Polar Bears also held Arkansas State recruit Connor Kern to 10 points.

Cuyahoga Falls 71,?Tallmadge 60

Junior Andrew Francesconi scored 27 points for the host Blue Devils (5-3) but they were unable to secure a victory.

The Black Tigers (5-3) were led by Jay Slone (19 points), Angelo Cugini (18) and Josh Ricker (15).