• Jarmond Hogg led all scorers with 26 points, Sam Vanadia tallied 15 and Treon Sibley had 10 to power Coventry to a key 62-56 win over Norton, putting the Comets in control of their own destiny in the Portage Trail Conference boys basketball race.

• Jenna Trainer posted 17 points, including two 3-pointers, but Green couldn’t overcome Federal League leader GlenOak in a 59-39 loss in girls basketball action.

• Natalie Phillips had a team-high 13 points and Lauren Thompson added nine, but Springfield couldn’t hold off visiting Streetsboro as the Rockets rallied from a fourth-quarter deficit for a 53-47 Portage Trail Conference girls basketball win.

• Mackenzie Hance had 10 points to lead Lake, but the Blue Streaks dropped a 64-49 Federal League girls basketball decision to GlenOak.

• Senior Takalyn Hudson had 11 points and seven rebounds and junior Taylor Norris chipped in with 10 points and three steals in Coventry’s 60-35 Portage Trail Conference girls basketball loss to Cloverleaf.

• Preslie Halliwell had a game-high 17 points as Mogadore topped Lake Center Christian 55-41 Paige Karmie led LCC with 14 points and Hannah Mang contributed 11 for the Tigers.

• Senior Luke Pritchard boosted Green to a 49-44 Federal League boys basketball win over Perry with 11 points and Kaleb Martin pitched in with nine as the Bulldogs remained tied for first in the league race.

• Senior Joe Wright won the 120-pound weight class and Liam Fagan, Austin Hinzman and A.J. McCants each finished third in their respective weight classes as Coventry finished eighth as a team at the Josh Hephner Memorial Tournament at Austintown Fitch.

• Behind 24 points from Lukas Swartz, Portage Trail Conference County Division leader Mogadore edged Lake Center Christian 66-60. Jacob Ickes (18 points), Adam Nowak (14) and Peyton Triplett (12) all reached double figures for the Tigers.

• Micah Wallace made three 3-pointers and all of his foul shots en route to 16 points to help Coventry to a 64-40 win over Cloverleaf in a Portage Trail Conference boys basketball contest, giving the Comets a season sweep of the Colts.

• Senior Mike Spotleson had 14 points, including 12 in the first half, but Lake suffered just its second loss of the Federal League season, falling 58-40 to Jackson.

• Karli Anker’s game-high 17 points paced Manchester in a 58-38 Principals Athletic Conference win over CVCA. Liz Seidel (16 points) and Ashley Forret (10) also scored in double figures for the Panthers.

• Springfield captured its first win of the season as Shae Morales (12 points) and Andrew Smith (10 points) led the way to a 41-40 triumph over Kent Roosevelt.