Lake 3, Coventry 0
Jess Davis scored in each half to lead the Blue Streaks (6-2-2) to a road win. The junior center midfielder now has 10 goals and seven assists this season. Davis assisted on Lake’s third goal, a header by Anna Stevens.
Brunswick 1, Oregon Clay 0
With an assist from Ariella Pitty, Caylee Jozefov scored in the 57th minute to get the Blue Devils (8-2-1) a nonleague home win. It was Jozefov’s fifth goal of the season.
Ellet 6, Springfield 0
Andy Pinto’s hat trick and two goals by Morghan Tucker led Ellet (9-2-1) to a nonleague victory. Madison Wallace had five saves in her sixth shutout of the season.
Cloverleaf 3, Elyria Catholic 0
Two first-half goal-assist combos by Alli Gray and Zana Ross led the Colts to a nonleague win. Ross got a goal of her own, scoring on a penalty kick in the second half.
North Canton Hoover 5,?Firestone 1
Lesley Kiesling’s three goals and two assists powered the Vikings to a nonleague win. Sachi Chaudhari and Emily Schaefer scored the other Hoover (6-4-1) goals.
Tallmadge 2, Woodridge 1
Allie Warmenhoven scored one goal off an assist by Rochelle Haught and once on a penalty kick to lead the Blue Devils.
Ravenna 1, Alliance 0
A first-half goal by freshman Avery Robinson was all the Ravens needed for a home win. Emily Starkey earned her fourth shutout in goal.
Northwest 2, Fairless 0
Olivia Wyles and Rebekah Knight each scored for the Indians.
Walsh Jesuit 2,?North Royalton 1
Sofia Rossi netted both goals for the top-ranked and unbeaten Warriors (11-0). Abby Major and Gaby Young each had an assist.
Jackson 3, Brecksville 1
Brooke Parsons scored twice for the Polar Bears (8-3) and Chloe Falconer had eight saves.
Fairless 7, Tuslaw 2
Seniors Trent Garver, Nicky Landis and Justin King each had a record-setting performance in a victory by the Falcons (4-5-3).
With three assists, Garver set the Fairless single-season assist record with 10. He also scored a goal. King scored twice and now holds the record for regular-season goals with 15. Landis had three goals and tied the old season record for goals; he now has 13.
Freshmen keeper Kyle Hunter had seven saves for the Falcons.
“I’ve been putting more responsibility on him ?[Hunter] and he’s becoming a natural leader,” Fairless first-year coach Jimmy Digman said.
“He’s tall, naturally instinctive and sees the game quicker,” which Digman attributed to Hunter’s basketball and football skills.
Brady McBride and Noa Roth each got a ball past Hunter for Tuslaw’s two scores.
Manchester 3, Orrville 1
Kyle Whyte scored first for Manchester, followed by two Gabe Sharrock goals as the Panthers beat Orrville.
Norton 5, Norwayne 0
Two goals and two assists by Christian Hosbach led the Panthers (6-2-2) in a nonleague shutout at home.
CVCA 4,?North Canton Hoover 2
With 17 kills, Lydia Carroscia led the Royals (12-3) to a win at North Canton (12-4).
St.Vincent-St.Mary 3,?Lake Center Christian 0
Ten kills and four blocks by Rhiannon Stams led the Irish, who evened their record at 7-7.
Black River 3, Mapleton 0
Erica Benson had 18 assists, four kills and seven service points, including four aces, to lead Black River (7-7, 3-6).
Coventry 181, Barberton 187, Cloverleaf 200
The Comets, behind medalist Jay Thammachack’s 44, took a tri-match on the front nine at Barberton Brookside. Adam Shondel was a stroke back for Coventry with an 8-over 45. Barberton’s Jason Morgan also carded a 45.