• Peyton Triplett led all scorers with 28 points and Jacob Ickes added 14, but Lake Center Christian dropped a 71-62 decision to Triway in a non-league boys basketball contest.

• Lake head girls soccer coach Dan Sears was named Federal League coach of the year and Lake senior Jessica Davis and junior Anna Stevens made the league’s first team. Senior Gabby Koesel and junior Madison Vitt earned second-team honors, while Madison Pepper received honorable mention recognition.

• Lukas Swartz had a team-high 23 points to power Mogadore to a 63-44 win over Garrettsville in a Portage Trail Conference boys basketball game.

• Hannah Mang had a game-high 20 points and Kennedy Haubert chipped in with 16 as Lake Center Christian scored a 51-34 win over Crestwood in Portage Trail Conference girls basketball action.

• A game-high 19 points from guard Jenna Trainer wasn’t quite enough for Green as the Bulldogs suffered a 42-38 Federal League girls basketball loss to Hoover.

• Taylor Norris paced Coventry with a game-high 15 points as the Comets defeated rival Springfield 46-34 to move over the .500 mark in Portage Trail Conference play. Melissa Walsh topped Springfield with 10 points and teammates Natalie Phillips and Lauren Thompson each scored six.

• Senior guard JoJo France scored 33 points to pace five Manchester players in double figures as the Panthers claimed a 90-56 win over Temple Christian in non-league boys basketball action. Van Wallbrown notched a double-double for the Panthers with 14 points and 10 rebounds.

• Two Green girls soccer players, junior Jamie York, sophomore Faith Estes, were named to the All-Federal League girls soccer first team. Senior Delaney Stecz was named to the second team and Lilly Jakuszewski received honorable mention recognition.

• Former Lake standout Baylen Dyrlund had a team-best 16 points and added five rebounds in Maone’s 69-54 win over Ohio Valley.

• Behind a game of 14 points, 13 rebounds and six assists from former Lake star Chandler Vaudrin and 11 points from former Coventry guard Conner Wess, Walsh topped Bluefield State 75-64 in men’s college basketball action.