• Six of seven runners recorded new personal bests and Springfield's boys cross country team qualified for the regional meet for the first time in school history. Blake Hillyard was ninth overall and Carter McCollum was 20th as the Spartans placed third as a team in the Division II district meet at GlenOak High School. The girls team also earned its first regional berth as Emma Sandefur was 11th and the team finished third to earn the right to advance.

• Kendall Anenson, Carmen Sims, Olivia Gang, Leigha Hall, Anna Pond, Sydney Dale, Ashley McBride and Ellie Dale combined to lead Green to the team title at the Division I girls district meet at GlenOak High School. It was the first district title in program history.

• The Coventry cross country teams ran at the Portage Trail Conference meet at the Randolph Fairgrounds, with the boys team finishing third as junior Ben Bullock placed 9th overall. Senior Owen Hartwig placed 16th and sophomore Drew Dimeff placed 21st for the Comets. The girls team placed seventh as freshman Jessica Eubank placed 42nd to lead the way.

• Maria Pizzino had 13 assists and Green swept a three-set decision over Kenmore-Garfield in a nonleague girls volleyball match. Liberty Torres had nine kills and Kylie DeLuca added seven digs for the Bulldogs.

• Alex Bauer (third), Anika Berrios (ninth) and Savanna Richards (10th) led the was as Lake finished third in the Federal League girls cross country meet.

• Blake Hillyard finished 11th with a time of 16:22, with teammates Colin Leporis and Carter McCollum 25th and 26th, respectively, as Springfield finished fourth at the Portage Trail Conference meet.

• Senior Jasmine Yates had 8 kills, sophomore Miya Gotto had 8 digs, freshman Carly Wightman had 2 blocks, sophomore Leah Ungashick had 26 assists and sophomore Morgan Goodlet had 12 service points to help Coventry defeat Our Lady of the Elms to finish the regular season with a 19-3 record.

• Springfield downed Manchester 6-1 in a Canton Division II boys sectional soccer tournament match, allowing the Spartans to extend their season. Ronnie Bay have three goals and two assists for Springfield.

• Sophomore Nathan Moore defended his Federal League boys cross country title, running a time of 15:46.1 to best the field and help the Blue Streaks to a third-place result as a team.

• Faith Estes had two goals and two assists as Green powered past Ellet 9-0 in a non-league girls soccer match.

• Senior Brooke Sells scored on a free kick in the 79th minute to lift the Coventry girls soccer team to a 1-0 win over Alliance in the sectional semifinals.

• Emma Sandefur earned All-Portage Trail Conference honors, finishing sixth at the Portage Trail Conference meet, with teammates Laci Garner, Natalie Phillips and Laura Walsh crossing the finished line 25th, 26th and 27th to help the Springfield girls cross country team place fourth at the meet.

• Carmen Sims ran third overall in a time of 19:19.6 to power Green to second place in the Federal League girls cross country meet.

• Freshman forward Emma King scored four goals in a Wooster Division III sectional game to set a new school record with 33 goals in a season for Manchester. The Panthers downed Triway 8-0 in the contest.