Woodridge 54,?Garrettsville 23
The Bulldogs clinched the Portage Trail Conference County Division championship and continued a school-record 15-game winning streak with their road victory over the G-Men. Freshman Morgan Thompson scored a game-high 17 points and junior Lizzie Wilkinson and senior She’Kiera Brooks each had double-doubles. Wilkinson totaled 14 points and 12 rebounds while Brooks finished the night with 10 points, 10 assists and five steals.
Ravenna 48, ?Kent Roosevelt 39
The Ravens (15-0, 11-0 PTC Metro) remain undefeated after beating the Rough Riders on the road. Malorie Gibson led the way with a game-high 13 points. Senior Christine Keener and junior Courtney Olesh paced Kent Roosevelt (10-5, 8-3) with 10 points each. Olesh had five rebounds.
Wadsworth 41, Green 25
Senior forward Jessie Gearhart scored the first nine points to open the game for the Grizzlies, as they topped the Bulldogs to improve to 13-3 on the season and 11-0 in Suburban League play. Gearhart finished the game with a team-high 11 points and six rebounds. Senior guard Lydia Corle led Green (10-5, 8-3) with 11 points and eight rebounds.
Tallmadge 59, Nordonia 37
Behind sophomore guard Kelsey Rice’s box-score-stuffing performance of eight points, 10 assists, six blocks, five steals and four rebounds, the Blue Devils defeated the Knights at home. Senior Haley Congrove scored a team-high 15 points and junior Leah Makuch contributed 14 points and seven rebounds. The Knights were led by Senior Sarah Andrasic, who finished the game with 17 points, nine rebounds and four blocks.
CVCA 60, Buchtel 38
Senior Cassie Wilson’s 21 points gave the Royals a win over the Griffins on the road. Junior Megan Foley added 11 points. Pabtyn McGuire led Buchtel with 13 points.
St. Vincent St. Mary 78,?Garfield 40
Kiley May, Taja Dave and Shannon Jack all scored 16 points for the Fighting Irish (9-4 City Series) in their road win over the Rams (8-7, 6-4). Seniors Stacie Heller and Niece James scored 13 and 12 points for Garfield, respectively.
Our Lady Of The Elms 62,?Open Door Academy 44
Senior Jessica Frew’s 24 points were enough to push the Panthers past the Patriots. She also had five steals and six blocks. Senior Tessa Haneline finished the night with 14 points, seven assists and seven steals, and senior Kaitlin Morse contributed nine points, six rebounds, five blocks and four steals. The Patriots were led by Brooke Camera and Bri Rodgers, who each scored 17 .
Walsh Jesuit 76, NDCL 29
The Warriors improved to 12-4 overall and 6-0 in the North Coast League with a home win over Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin. Freshman forward Lilli Piper had 15 points and 10 rebounds, both game highs. Senior Liz Reeves added 13 points and eight rebounds.
Norwayne 49, Rittman 30
Senior guard Sydney Grier poured in a career-high 27 points to lead the Bobcats over the Indians at home. She also had six rebounds. Junior Maria Holcomb added 10 points. Sophomore Cindy Dotterer paced the Indians with 12 points.
Cuyahoga Falls 41, ?Brush 30
Senior forward Logen Breehl scored 13 points and grabbed 22 rebounds to lead the Black Tigers over the Arcs at home. Breehl almost brought down as many boards as Brush recorded as a team (27).
North Canton Hoover 57,?Boardman 39
Dom Iero made five 3-pointers and scored 23 points to lift the Vikings over the Spartans at home. Dayne Hammond scored 20 points and had six rebounds for Boardman in the loss.