Tennis

Suburban League National Conference Tournament

Both of Brecksville's doubles teams claimed Suburban League National Conference championship titles on Saturday at Highland High School. Alana Thomas and Kristen Dolansky needed three sets to down Hudson's Jennifer Grainger and Katie Tuttle at No. 1 doubles. In No. 2 doubles Helen Lee and Lakshemy Arrakoni combined to down Hudson's Sam Sigler and Emi Uijtewaal 6-2, 6-0.

The Bees were 7-0 in league play during the regular season and earned 38 points in tournament. Mia Zikovic claimed the No. 1 singles championship by winning three matches Saturday, including a 6-1, 6-4 win over Susi Fan of Hudson.

Hudson claimed individual titles in the other singles brackets to finish one point behind Brecksville in the tournament standings. Wadsworth was third with 25 points and Twinsburg fourth with 24. Laura Nijhuis and Sunny Fan won at No. 2 and No. 3 singles, respectively, for the Explorers.

Boys soccer

Hudson 3, Western Reserve Academy 0

Two second-half goals by senior forward Brian Sarkisian led the Explorers (4-5-1) to a nonleague win over their Hudson rivals. Graham Alvarez added Hudson's third score.

Stow 4, Firestone 0

Corey Hunt's hat trick and solo goal by Logan Stath, led the Bulldogs (8-2-1) to a nonleague win on their own pitch. Chris Miller turned back six Firestone (6-3-1) shots for the shutout win.

Jackson 2, Sylvania Southview 0

Christian Peterson and Troy Atkinson each scored early in the game, to allow the Polar Bears (5-4) a home win.  Ryan Wood had four saves in Jackson's goal.

Copley 1, Brunswick 0

In the 39th minute, Josh Davis scored off an Ethan Conwi feed to give the hots Indians a win. Copley is now 6-4 overall.

Girls soccer

Walsh Jesuit 2, Jackson 0

Aria Evans-Roskos' first-half goal and Sophia Gorski's second-half insurance goal, allowed the Warriors to win at home and improve to 9-1 overall.

Cross country

JB Firestone Invitational

Orrville's boys ran away as the team champions of the JB Firestone Invitational at Black River High School. Leading the way for the boys was Stuart Kirkbride with a second-place finish. James Shupp (fourth) and Caleb Endicott (eighth) also cracked the top 10 for the Red Riders.

The Orrville girls squad tied for second with Ashland, but landed in third after the tie-breaker. Maya Hamsher led the girls race from beginning to end and finished as the champion by over 30 seconds for Orrville.