Ellet 41, Cle. Hts. Lutheran East 6
The visiting Orangemen scored 40 or more points for the fourth game in a row, with each effort ending in an Ellet victory. Quarterback Josh Merring was 10-for-14 passing for 205 yards, including a 27-yard touchdown to Ethan Jones, for Ellet (5-1). Merring and Jones scored on runs of 1 and 3 yards, respectively.
Woodridge's Micah Blair finished second to repeat winner Aidan Harr of New Philadelphia to help the host Bulldogs win the boys team title at the Cuyahoga Valley National Park Invitational Saturday at Kendall Hills. Blair's time of 17:19.4 trailed only Harr's 16:55.8. Brecksville was second in the 28-team field and Hudson finished third.
Isabella Payne of CVCA claimed the girls individual crown with a time of 21:01.2. Fort Loramie, Poland Seminary and Woodridge finished 1-2-3 in the team standings.
Stark County championships
Jackson, the state's eighth-ranked Division I boys team, won at GlenOak High School by placing four runners in the top 10. Senior Evan Akers led the way for the Polar Bears with a fourth-place finish.
Lake's Nathan Moore won with a time of 15:57.44 followed by runner-up Jay Lutton of North Canton Hoover.
Demetrius Snellenberger won the Division II-III boys race to lead East Canton to the team title.
The Jackson girls won the Division I race with underclassmen Sofia Istnick, Allie Hartnett and Allyson Bailey wrapping up spots 3, 4 and 5.
Orrville 4, Cloverleaf 1
Claudia Adcock and Sydney Adcock won at No. 1 and No. 2 singles, respectively, as Orrville handed the Colts their fourth dual match loss of the season.
Cuyahoga Falls 4, Ravenna 0
Two goals each by Jenai Blake and Emma Brustoski powered the visiting Black Tigers (2-8-2) to a nonleague win.
Manchester 3, Barberton 2
Emma King scored on a breakaway run with 20 seconds left in regulation to lift the Panthers (8-2-1) over Barberton.
Norton 3, Marlington 0
Goals by Sam Jagger, Cami Emerling and Megan Bennett allowed Norton to improve to 8-2-2. Emerling, Jagger and Alaina Davis also recorded assists.
Walsh Jesuit 7, Rocky River Magnificat 1
The sixth-ranked Warriors (11-1) got two goals each from Katherine Ramicone and Morgan Pentz in a rout on the road.