Staff report

Girls soccer

Woodridge 3, Rootstown 2

Mackenzie Mercer and freshman Allison Schmeltzer helped pull off an upset by scoring second-half goals for the host Bulldogs (6-5-3, 6-02 Portage Trail).

Senior Jacqueline Moss and junior Annie Boyle found the back of the net for the Rovers (9-1-2, 5-1-2).

St. Vincent-St. Mary 3,?North Canton Hoover 0

Three different Fighting Irish players scored goals and they held the Vikings to just five shots on goal in a shutout.

Julia Bowen, Kobi Bryant and Julia Mendiola scored for the Irish (8-5-1).

Brunswick 1, Copley 0

Gabby Maslowski broke a 0-0 tie 20 minutes into the second half off an assist by Macey Juguilon as the Blue Devils improved to 9-1-3.

The Indians fall to 8-4-1.

Tallmadge 6, Ellet 1

Junior Amanda Kilway scored three goals for the visiting Blue Devils (5-7-0).

Freshman Alyssa Garbinsky added two goals and an assist.

Rebecca Six scored the only goal for the host Orangemen (6-8-0).

Stow 5, Marlington 1

The Bulldogs scored four first-half goals in a sound victory over the visiting Dukes (2-10-0).

Junior Karly Keller scored twice for the Bulldogs (7-5-0). Sadie Norton, Tiffany Keller and Lauren Caldwell rounded out the scoring for Stow.

Highland 1, Barberton 0

Senior forward Amanda Schniegenberg broke a 0-0 tie with a second-half goal for the visiting Hornets (9-3-1).

Kayla Marks made 11 saves for the Magics (3-7-3).

Boys soccer

Buckeye 3, Brooklyn 0

The host Bucks improved to a stellar 12-2-0 (7-1-0 Patriot Athletic) with a shutout over the Hurricanes.

Junior forward Ryan Grauel led the Bucks with a goal and an assist.


St. Vincent-St. Mary 3,?Firestone 2

The Fighting Irish won three consecutive sets after losing the first two, including a 15-13 fifth set to complete a comeback over the Falcons.

Senior Sara Davis led the Irish with 20 kills and 14 blocks.

Buchtel 3, Garfield 2

The Griffins won the tiebreaking set 15-10 to defeat their conference rival.

Sophomore Mya Frazier led the Griffins (10-6, 6-3 City Series) with 15 kills and seven blocks. Senior Beunca Thomas had 21 service points and five digs.

The Rams drop to 7-8, 4-6.