• Faith Dawson had a team-high 11 points in Springfield’s 61-23 loss to Canton South in a non-league girls basketball contest.

• The Coventry boys bowling team bowled well, but fell to undefeated Woodridge by a score of 2,552-2,414. Junior A.J. Swafford led the Comets with games of 222 and 214, junior Owen Sias shot a 203 and 172, senior Adam White shot a 186 and 193 and junior Noah Page shot a 200 game in defeat.

• Kelsie Glass had 12, Olivia Payne tallied 11 and Alyssa Ziehler had 10 as Green overpowered Tallmadge 46-28 for a non-league girls basketball win.

• Jared Griffith led Coventry with 16 points and LaNeer Surles contributed 11, but the Comets dropped a 71-47 decision to Woodridge in a Portage Trail Conference boys basketball game.

• Adam Nowak had 18 points and Payton Triplett added 10, but it wasn’t enough as Lake Center Christian dropped a 78-52 loss to Cardinal Mooney in a non-league boys basketball game.

• Nick Mazzocca had 21 points to lead all scorers and Jake Maranville pitched in with 10 for Lake in a 52-42 non-league boys basketball win over Massillon.

• Karli Anker continued a strong season with a game-high 31 points to help fuel a 22–0 run as Manchester rallied from an early 11-2 deficit to down Northwest 56-42 in a Principals Athletic Conference girls basketball game.

• The Coventry girls bowling team beat Woodridge 2,067-1,653 as seniors Mackenzie Ross rolled a 193, Maegan Morton rolled a 190 and Katie Kintz shot a 179 to help the Comets improve their record to 4-2.

• Victoria Fields reached double digits with 10 points for Springfield, but the Spartans couldn’t keep pace with Kenmore-Garfield in a 71-40 non-league girls basketball loss.

• Donovan O’Neil led Green with 20 points, but the Bulldogs came up just short against Solon in a non-league boys basketball game, falling 65-60.

• Mackenzie Hance scored 16 points and Jessica LeBeau added 15 as Lake routed Kent Roosevelt 78-34 in a non-league girls basketball contest.

• Behind a balanced scoring effort that saw three players score nine or more points, Springfield earned its first win of the season, beating Ellet 53-33 in a non-league girls basketball battle. Leah Kern was among the leading scorers for the day with nine points.

• Kennedy Haubert (23 points) and Hannah Mang (22 points) outscored host Central Christian on their own and propelled Lake Center Christian to a 55-32 non-league girls basketball win.

• Junior Maddie Ross scored a career-high 28 points to lead the Coventry Comets to a victory over Woodridge, 53-44, in Portage Trail Conference girls basketball action. She also added four rebounds, four steals and two assists, while sophomore Tori Clowser also reached double figures, scoring 15 points, and sophomore Cassidy Karakis had six points, 10 rebounds, four assists and seven steals.