North Canton Hoover 3,?Canton South 2
Alex Binnie pitched a complete game, holding the visiting Wildcats (13-3, 7-1 Northeastern Buckeye) to two runs on nine hits.
Joe Jackson led the Vikings (14-2, 6-0) with two singles and two RBI.
Conner Thomson, DJ Wilson, Damon Wade and Noah Mallen each had two hits for Canton South, but the Wildcats were unable to capitalize on their base runners.
Stow 8, Boardman 7
Alex Damschroder hit a walk-off two-run homer with one out in the bottom of the seventh for the host Bulldogs (11-4).
He also singled and finished with two runs scored.
The loss dropped the Spartans to 5-9.
Copley 3, Norton 1
Senior Nick Patterson threw a complete game and improved his record to 3-2, holding the visiting Panthers (9-3, 5-1 Suburban) to four hits.
Sophomore third baseman Noah Maynard led the Indians (3-10, 1-6) with two singles.
Streetsboro 2, Garrettsville 0
Sophomore Ricky Delambo pitched a three-hit shutout, at one point retiring 11 consecutive G-Men (9-6). The win improved his record to 2-3.
Nick Morris drove in both runs for the Rockets (5-9) with a single in the second inning.
Southeast 6,?Lake Center Christian 4;?Southeast 4,?Lake Center Christian 3
The visiting Pirates rallied for five runs in the top of the sixth inning for a come-from-behind victory in game one of a doubleheader.
Santana Barrera singled twice for the Pirates.
Wyatt Kyser and Michael Swartzentruber led the Tigers with two singles each.
The Pirates (10-4) completed another comeback in the second game, rallying for three runs in the fifth inning.
Barrera again singled twice, this time driving in a run and scoring once.
Alex Armstrong and Nate Raymondi each singled twice for the Tigers (8-10).
Marlington 10, ?Cuyahoga Falls 5
DJ Greiner hit a two-run homer for the host Dukes (6-13) as one of their three hits that led to 10 runs.
Jake Jones got the win, improving his record to 2-3.
The Black Tigers (2-2) committed four errors, and Henry Shaw took the loss to fall to 2-2.
Medina 10, Wadsworth 0
Junior Madison Tata doubled and drove in four runs to lead the Bees past the Grizzlies (11-4) in the Strike Out Cancer event at Wadsworth.
Junior Megan Paradise pitched a four-hitter for the Bees (10-4).
Massillon 6, Green 4;?Green 13, Massillon 12
Senior catcher Lexi Dannemiller homered in both games for the visiting Bulldogs (5-13) as the teams split their doubleheader.
Junior catcher Paige Darnell-Smith also homered in the first game, her first of the season.
Sophomore Abbe Mowrer singled and doubled, driving in two in the first game for Green.
She also earned the pitching victory in the second game, improving her record to 1-4.
Woodridge 9, CVCA 7
There were three lead changes in the second game of a doubleheader and a seventh-inning comeback that fell just short as the visiting Bulldogs (5-10) held on for the win.
Woodridge added two needed insurance runs in the top of the seventh, before the Royals (10-7) put together a two-out rally in the bottom of the seventh inning.
A two-run single by Jordan Budrevich brought CVCA within two, but the game ended in the next at-bat with a ground-out to third.
Sophomore shortstop Hailey Scupholm led the Bulldogs with four singles, an RBI, two runs scored and a stolen base.
Sophomore pitcher Samantha Schneider singled twice, drove in three runs and scored. She also earned the pitching victory, improving to 5-8.
Junior third baseman Samantha Oesterle also contributed two singles and two RBI.