Girls basketball

Norton 60, Copley 50

The Panthers (4-0) remained undefeated behind freshman Bryana Housley’s 14 points, erasing a 23-17 halftime deficit to best the Indians (1-1) at home.

Senior Natalie Miller and sophomore Abbey Murawski combined for 10 points in the third quarter to help the Panthers take the lead. Murawski ultimately finished behind Housley with 12 points, and the Indians were led by Maya Alias, who scored 14 points and recorded six rebounds.

Green 45, Lake 37

The visiting Bulldogs (2-0) outlasted the Blue Streaks (1-2), as junior Abbie Pearce shot four three-point goals and managed 22 points. Senior Brandy Snow paced the Blue Streaks with 21 points and six rebounds.

Jackson 53,?Austintown Fitch 46

Taylor Mikesell scored a career-best 32 points, enough to lead the Polar Bears (3-0) to a home victory over the Falcons. Jackson’s Destinee Lee added 13 points and Caitlin Tytler had 16 rebounds.

East 71, Cleveland Martin Luther King 30

Junior Diamond Jones lifted the Dragons (1-0) to a home victory Saturday with her 29 points. She also added seven assists and seven rebounds.

Solon 60, ?St. Vincent-St. Mary 57

Senior Jane Uecker led the Irish (0-1) with 19 points and eight rebounds in their road loss to the Comets.

Crestwood 49, ?Cardinal 34

Emily Walker’s 12 points led the Red Devils (1-2) to their first win of the season, a road victory over the Huskies.

Hudson 67, ?Painesville Riverside 24

Three Hudson players scored in double digits to boost the Explorers (1-2) over the Beavers (0-3) at home. Senior guard Emmy Klemencic, junior guard Ava Cristofoli and senior guard Ally Prosser each recorded 12 points.

Boys basketball

Rootstown 44, Heartland Christian 37

Greg Moore and Chandler England each had 11 points for the Rovers (1-0) in their home victory over the Crusaders (0-1).

Newton Falls 66, Waterloo 37

Sophomore Noah Smith and junior Vince Dorsey led the Vikings (0-1) with 11 points apiece in the blowout home defeat.