Sports notes from the Suburbanite area
Senior Matt Eidom and junior Mark Sobnosky scored for Manchester boys soccer as the Panthers registered 32 shots on goal in 2-2 tie with Fairless.
- Led by Alyssa Thomas (20:23), Ashley Augustynovich (20:30), Miriam Blaine (21:35), Milica Mijatovich (21:57) and Lauren Hopkins (22:21), Green girls cross country finished 10th out 23 teams at the Medina Cross Country Festival.
- Jonathan McDonald made eight saves to keep Lake in the game, but the Blue Streaks fell 1-0 to Field in a non-league game as the Falcons recorded the game's only goal in the second half.
- Stephen Radonjich tallied a goal and an assist as Lake Center Christian boys soccer dominated Ellet, outshooting the Orangemen 25-3 and winning 4-0 to improve their record to 7-5-2.
- Brooke Babin led Green girls golf with an 81 as the Bulldogs shot a team score of 341 at the Division I district tournament at The Legends of Massillon, missing out on a spot in the state tournament by two shots.
- Behind a relentless offensive attack, Coventry girls soccer routed Canton McKinley 7-0 to up its record to 7-5-2. Kim Snow tallied a hat track to pace the Comets to the victory.
- Emily Birk scored seven service points and Kelsey Bryte posted two blocks, but Lake was unable to overcome state-ranked Jackson in a three-set Federal League loss.
- Lake junior Katherine McCauley for finished second in the Canton Division I sectional tennis tournament to advance to the district tournament at Oberlin.
- Goalkeeper Sean Roberts and the Coventry defense controlled the action, possessing the ball for 60 of the game's 80 minutes, as the Comets registered a 0-0 tie with Portage Trail Conference soccer leader Garrettsville.
- Green boys soccer pitched a shutout in a 3-0 win over Nordonia and behind a suffocating defensive effort, did not allow the Knights to get a shot on goal.
- Lake Center Christian volleyball rolled over Lutheran East in straight sets (25-5, 25-8, 25-10) as Hannah Arnold notched 14 service points and Molly Smith added seven digs.
- Three Suburbanite-area teams are currently in position for a spot in the OHSAA football playoffs, with Mogadore and on track to host a game in the first round.
- Senior goalkeeper Emily Hofer made 16 saves for the Lake Center Christian Tigers in a 3-0 road loss to Chippewa.
- Andy Harris