Girls basketball

Revere 66, Barberton 55

With a double-digit advantage to start both halves, Revere beat host Barberton to move into a second-place tie in the Suburban League American Conference. Taylor Rinn scored a game-high 28 points for the Minutemen (9-5, 5-2) in their fifth consecutive victory.

Adison Novosel and Grace Hete finished with 16 and 15 points, respectively for Revere. Barberton (6-7, 4-3) was led by LaNysha Prewitt's 18 points.

Cuyahoga Falls 54, Twinsburg 45

Chelsea Huffman's career-high 38 points set a new Cuyahoga Falls scoring mark, breaking a 37-year old record. The junior made five 3-pointers in the Suburban League victory.

GlenOak 71, Canton McKinley 70 (OT)

In a Federal League battle of two of Ohio's top 10 Division I programs, GlenOak came out on top and handed the Bulldogs their first loss of the season. Addison Mucci scored 20 points including a layup late in overtime for GlenOak's win.

Kierstan Bell scored 39 points for No. 1-ranked McKinley (14-1, 7-1).

Hayley Smith finished with 13 points and Aniyah Hall scored 11 for GlenOak (12-2, 6-1). The Golden Eagles are ranked 10th.

North Canton 62, Green 39

The host Vikings (9-5, 6-2), behind Annie Roshak's 27 points, posted a Federal League win.

Southeast 75, Lake Center Christian 38

Three Pirates, Andrea Radcliff, Rachel Neer and Shelby Morehead, all scored 17 points apiece in a Portage Trail Conference victory.

Norton 85, Coventry 22

Kelsey Hosey's career-high 25 points and Bryana Housley's 12 assists helped keep the Panthers (10-2, 7-0) undefeated in PTC Metro play.

Buchtel 73, Copley 35

Imani Jackson and Dae Dae Nash each scored 15 points in Buchtel's (11-4) nonleague win at Copley (3-11).