Northeast Ohio Division I District
Green's Logan Langovsky and Jackson's Cyprien Voisvenel qualified for the state singles tennis tournament by placing third and fourth, respectively, at the Northeast Division I district tournament Saturday at Springside Racquet and Fitness Club.
In doubles, Ben Cors and Caleb Miller of Walsh Jesuit lost 6-3, 6-2 in the championship match but still moved on to the state tournament next weekend in Mason. The teams of Bobby Thomas and Alex Drewes of Jackson and Jacob Wood and Matt Warburton of North Canton Hoover also qualified by finishing third and fourth, respectively.
TRACK AND FIELD
Cortland Lakeview Division II District
The Portage Trail Conference dominated the top team spots as Garrettsville and Streetsboro combined for eight individual or relay titles on the boys side. Nick Vilt of Crestwood, also of the PTC, won the 300-meter hurdles.
Host Lakeview took the girls team title, followed by Streetsboro, Southeast and Crestwood.
Ravenna, also from the PTC, was represented in the winners circle by Azash Bradley (100 meters) and Bradley, Kristen Finch, Jasmine Pooler and Breanna Larkin (400 relay).
Salem Division II District
Coventry's Austin Hinzman won the high jump and long jump to lead the Comet boys to a third-place finish. The host Quakers won both the boys and girls team titles.
Field won the boys 1,600 relay with Alex Savering, Soren Hottensmith, Dylan Siudak and Brandon Bowser, and Coventry's Ravel Ray, Justin Christian, Dennis Charnes and Malik Shaver were third and also will compete in next week's regional meet.
In the 300-meter hurdles, Coventry's Ashley Martinez won the girls race and Northwest's Luke Fennell won the boys race.
Orrville Division II District
Manchester's Ethan Wright (200 meters) and Gabriel Sharrock (400) each won an event to help the Panther boys to a seventh-place finish. Wright and Sharrock were joined by Ryan King and Jake Baker in winning the 1,600 relay.
The host Red Riders won the girls team district title 136-116 over runner-up Norwayne in the 14-team field. Ashley Stiffler and Daysia Hargrave finished one-two in the girls 100 hurdles for Orrville, and Hargrave won the 300 hurdles.
For the Manchester girls, who placed sixth, Janiece France won the high jump and Mackenzie McCarthy won the 1,600 and 3,200 to advance to the regional.
Tallmadge 1, Revere 0
Katie Reinhart drove in Paige Lightner with two outs in the second inning for the game's only run as the Blue Devils closed their regular season with a Suburban League American Conference road win. Emily Pratt struck out seven, did not walk anyone and allowed just three hits to earn the pitching win for Tallmadge (11-15, 7-5).
Oberlin Firelands 4
The Explorers (22-4) scored eight runs on four hits and seven walks en route to a nonleague win.