Hudson swept the boys and girls National Conference titles at the Suburban League Championships on Saturday at the University of Akron's Ocasek Natatorium.

The Hudson girls team won three relays and six of eight individual events to roll past second-place Brecksville 618 points to 441. The Hudson boys squeaked past runner-up Brecksville by just 4.5 points (464.5-460).

Copley won the girls American Conference title, and Kent Roosevelt took the boys crown.

Paige McCormick won the girls 200 and the 500-yard freestyle races for the Explorers. Teammate Giovanna Cappabianca won the 200-yard individual medley and the 100 butterfly, and Mackenzie DeWitt (50 freestyle) and Maddie Hannan (100 freestyle) also recorded wins for Hudson.

Hudson had a multiple winner in the boys races, as Jay Johnson was first in the 50 and 100 freestyles. Brecksville's Pete Krusinski (200 freestyle, 100 breaststroke) and Eric Chimes (200 IM, 500 freestyle) led the Bees to second place in the National Conference.

Led by multiple winners Rachel Fox (50, 100 freestyles) and Emma Canode (200 IM, 500 freestyle), the Copley girls edged Highland 332-318 for the American Conference title. Copley was second to the Rough Riders boys, but had a double winner in sophomore Joshua Hertz (200 IM, 100 breaststroke).


Girls basketball

East 68,

Cle. James F. Rhodes 27

The Dragons evened their record to 5-5 behind Iyana Murray's 19 points and Granya Pace's career-high 17 points.


Manchester 52,

Canton Central Catholic 25

Karli Anker nearly recorded a triple-double, leading the victorious Panthers (6-5) with 14 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds.


Archbishop Hoban 42,

Cornerstone Christian 34

In a nonleague game of undefeated teams, the Knights (12-0) came out on top behind Lonasia Brewer's 16 points.


Cuyahoga Falls 61,

North Royalton 38

The Black Tigers improved to 7-5 overall and 3-3 in the Suburban League behind junior guard Chelsea Huffman's game-high 32 points. Huffman connected on four 3-pointers.


Canton McKinley 64,

North Canton Hoover 50

Kiersten Bell's 22 points kept the Bulldogs perfect at 13-0 overall with a Federal League road victory.


Boys basketball

Firestone 67,

Youngstown East 39

Justice Lane scored 20 points and Lafette Johnson had 18 for the Falcons (5-5) in a nonleague home win.


Manchester 69,

Tusky Valley 49

Trent Pappas scored 16 points and Ethan Wright added 12 to lead the Panthers to an easy Principals Athletic Conference win at Tuscarawas Valley. Jordan Schindewolf added 10 points and Wright finished with a team-best eight rebounds for Manchester.