Hathaway Brown 63, Archbishop Hoban 42
The Knights (0-2) stayed with the defending state champion Blazers (2-1), trailing by only two at the half, but a 23-10 third-quarter run was too much for the host Knights.
Cornell recruit Nia Marshall led all scorers for the Blazers with 15 points. Senior center Meghan Donohue paced the Knights with 11 points.
Nordonia 55, ?Parma Normandy 29
No player scored in double-digits for the host Knights (1-1), but they received scoring contributions from all 11 players en route to their first victory of the season.
Morgan Mitchell led the team in scoring with nine points and grabbed seven rebounds.
Field 38, Waterloo 22
Despite a second quarter where they were held to only one point, the visiting Falcons (2-0) were able to earn the victory over the Vikings (0-1), a Portage Trail Conference opponent.
Forward Katrina Eldreth led Field in scoring with 12 points. Guard Morgan Peachey scored in double-digits as well with 10.
Ravenna 60, Mogadore 37
The host Ravens (1-1) used a hot start and the 3-point line to their advantage in their victory over the Wildcats (1-2), a PTC opponent.
The Ravens scored a high percentage of their total on 3-point shots, converting on eight for 24 points. Sophomore guard Deja Sanders contributed three of those, and led the team in scoring with 17 points.
Lake 51, Louisville 41
Baylen Dyrlund led the visiting Blue Streaks (2-0) with 16 points in their victory over the host Leopards. Senior center McKenna Stephens added 13 points. Senior forward Jordan Monnot led the Leopards with 11 points.