Bell, a senior, went 14-for-26 in Manchester’s recent nine-game span with seven singles, four doubles, three home runs, five walks, one hit-by-pitch, 13 RBI, 12 runs scored and eight stolen bases. The nine games included two wins each over Triway and Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy, single victories over Canton Central Catholic and Tuslaw and single losses to Northwest, Louisville and Massillon.
Campbell, a senior, led Brunswick to wins over Elyria (10-6), Mentor (6-2), Wadsworth (4-0) and Cloverleaf (9-6) last week. She batted .714 (10-for-14) during the four-game stretch with five home runs, two doubles, eight RBI and 10 runs scored. In 16 games, she has hit a single-season school-record eight home runs and is batting .491 with 19 RBI and 28 runs scored for the 12-4 Blue Devils.
Chippewa, track and field
Hennis, a junior, has won all 13 races in which he has competed over the past two weeks. He won the 1,600 meters (4:38), 3,200 (10:07) and 3,200 relay (10:45) in a tri-meet with Northwestern and Rittman, and was named MVP at the Loudonville Invitational with first places in the 1,600 (4:42), 3,200 (10:06) and 3,200 relay (8:40.7) two weeks ago. Last week, he won the 1,600 (4:42), 800 (2:10), 3,200 (10:48) and 3,200 relay (8:55) in a dual meet with Waynedale, and then was selected MVP at the Beachwood Invitational with victories in the 1,600 (4:51), 3,200 (9:56) and 3,200 relay (8:34).
Langovsky, a sophomore, won nine consecutive straight-set matches at first singles against foes from Canton McKinley, Perry, GlenOak, St. Vincent-St. Mary, Canton Central Catholic, Wooster, Archbishop Hoban, Chagrin Falls and Jackson. He is 9-2 overall with losses to rivals from Lake and North Canton Hoover.
Patterson, a senior, led Woodridge to victories over Coventry (2-0), Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (5-3) and Walsh Jesuit (9-7) this past weekend. He pitched a two-hit shutout at Coventry with five strikeouts, and hit an eighth-inning, go-ahead RBI double to beat Walsh Jesuit in the Cuyahoga Falls City Championship game. During the three-game stretch, he hit two home runs (one each against Coventry and Walsh), had five RBI and scored two runs.
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High School Spotlight: April 26