Girls basketball


St. Vincent-St. Mary 52,?Berlin Hiland 49


Behind three strong performances, all from sophomore guards, the Fighting Irish (11-2) pulled out a close game over the Hawks (10-3) at home Saturday. Kiley May led the team with 15, Shannon Jack scored 12 and Cassie Jakubick added 10. The Hawks were led by senior McKenzie Miller, who poured in 22.


Hudson 49, ?Kent Roosevelt 29


The Explorers’ balanced attack and strong defensive performance were enough to overtake the Rough Riders at home. Sophomore Jackie Ulmer led Hudson (10-2) with 10 points, while junior Hannah Boesinger, senior Laura Mummey and senior Christie Wade all contributed with nine points.


Green 61, Highland 50


Senior Lydia Corle had a game-high 26 points and pulled down eight rebounds to lead the visiting Bulldogs (9-4, 7-2) over the Hornets (9-5, 5-4). Julia Guyton scored 18 points, including seven in the fourth quarter. Senior Karissa Steffas led the Hornets with 15 points and junior AnnMarie Kirchner hit four 3-pointers for 12 points and had six rebounds.


Tallmadge 52, ?Cloverleaf 42


Senior Anna Vassalotti’s 13 points and sophomore Kelsey Rice’s six points and 12 assists lifted the host Blue Devils (9-4, 5-4) over the Mustangs (7-8, 4-5). Sophomore Mary Ryan added nine points and a game-high 11 rebounds. For the Mustangs, senior Haley Ploucha led all scorers with 16.


Jackson 55, GlenOak 42


Three players reached double figures for the Polar Bears (10-5, 3-5) as they defeated the Golden Eagles at home. Abby Snow scored a team-high 12 points, while Hannah Fedorka and Landrie Grace each contributed 11. Katie Gaetano paced GlenOak (5-10, 1-6) with 12 points.


Boys basketball


Dalton 64, Smithville 52


With a 26-point performance from Seth Troyer, the Bulldogs improved to 10-1 and 7-1 in the Wayne County Athletic League with a win over the host Smithies. Clay Bowe finished the night with 10 points and 11 rebounds and Dane Hammer scored 13. Alex Bates led the Smithies with 15 points and four rebounds. Steve Klotzle and Zach Douglass each scored 12.


Timken 67, Triway 53


The Trojans remain undefeated in the Pac-7 (7-0) and improve to 8-2 overall after defeating the Titans (2-7, 2-4). Larry Hunter led the way with 17 points and Malik Ruffin scored 13 points and pulled down eight rebounds. Ismial Oree added 12 points. Triway senior Eddie Grenert recorded a double-double with 23 points and 12 rebounds.


Marlington 54, ?Canton South 46


Junior Lucas Strouble provided more than half of his team’s offense, and led the host Dukes (7-3, 6-2) over the Wildcats behind a 31-point performance on 11 field goals. Senior Jesse Carpenter added 10 points. Armand Fontes and Trey Taylor led the Wildcats with 14 apiece.


Norton 70, Ravenna 43


Behind Tyler Sherman’s 21 points and three other players reaching double figures, the host Panthers (9-4, 6-2) took down the Ravens. Mat Harvey scored 14 points, Matt McGlone added 11 and Jeff Schulte finished the night with 10. Tate Bennett led the Ravens with 14 points, while Jermaine Justice added 13.


Chippewa 65, Rittman 53


Noah Purdy’s 23 points and Billy Reeves’ 16 on four 3-pointers were enough to lift the host Chipps (5-6) over the Indians, who were paced by Nick Walls’ 16 points


Norwayne 66, ?Waynedale 24


Senior Bryce Maxwell and junior Brady Berger each scored 16 points to lead the host Bobcats (11-1, 7-1) over the Golden Bears. Both players hit three 3-pointers. Maxwell also had six steals in the win.