• Courtney Ripley had a high game of 242 and Green had a high baker game of 181, but the Bulldogs dropped a narrow 2,375-2,338 decision to Hoover in a Federal League girls bowling match.

• Four players scored in double figures, led by senior guard Dusty Burkhart with 14 and sophomore guard Jarmond Hogg with 12, as Coventry raced out to all early 30-10 lead and held on for a 68-61 Portage Trail Conference boys basketball road win over Norton. Treon Sibley added 11 and Micah Wallace added 10 for the Comets, who made nine 3-pointers on the night.

• Alicia Smith led the way with 10 points and Melissa Walsh added eight, but Springfield couldn’t overcome a 16-5 third-quarter scoring deficit in a 55-32 loss to Streetsboro in a Portage Trail Conference girls basketball contest.

• John Paul Miller tallied 19 points and C.J. Bancroft added 10 as Lake Center Christian powered past Southeast 65-50 in Portage Trail Conference boys basketball action.

• Takalyn Hudson had a team-high 16 points to lead Coventry and Megan Murray added eight, but the Comets' girls basketball team couldn’t bounce back from a slow start in a 58-38 Portage Trail Conference loss to Cloverleaf.

• Andrew Hanna had 14 points, including four 3-pointers, for Springfield as the Spartans dropped a 75-52 road decision to undefeated Portage Trail Conference Metro Division boys basketball leader Woodridge. 

• Jenna Trainer led the way with 16 points, but it wasn’t enough as Green dropped a 53-31 loss to Hoover in Federal League girls basketball action.

• Jarmond Hogg scored a career-best 32 points, Dusty Burkhart and Sam Vanadia added 11 each and Coventry scored a 75-60 non-league boys basketball win over Northwest.

• Sophomore Kennedy Haubert had a season-high 24 points for Lake Center Christian, Paige Karmie added 12 and Jenny Lyogky chipped in with eight, but Lake Center Christian fell 74-56 to Mogadore in a Portage Trail Conference girls basketball tilt. Preslie Halliwill had 13 points for Mogadore in the win.

• Peyton Krumlauf led the way with a 462 series, Jimmy Wells added a 426 series and Jared Tharp chipped in with a 405 series as Green rolled to a 2,861-2,683 win over Hoover in a Federal League boys bowling match to improve to 5-3 in league competition. 

• Sophomore Austin Hinzman upset the third-seeded competitor in the state in a match against Woodridge and teammates Liam Fagan and Isaac Beal both posted 2-0 records, but Coventry's wrestlers fell to Ravenna and Woodridge in a double dual meet. 

• Kaleb Martin scored 18 first-half points and had 20 on the night, but Green couldn’t sustain its early offensive momentum and fell 72-55 to Hoover in a Federal League boys basketball game.

• Bri Sommers made three 3-pointers and led Lake Center Christian with 14 points in a 63-41 non-conference girls basketball loss to East Canton.

• Taylor Norris tallied 14 points, Stacey Arnold and Takalyn Hudson added 10 each and Coventry used a 20-6 fourth-quarter surge to push past Kenmore 48-38 in a non-league girls basketball contest. 

• Jessica Lebeau had 12 points to pace Lake past Green 49-46 in Federal League girls basketball action. Savanna Maynard led all scorers with 20 points and also pulled down eight rebounds for the Bulldogs in defeat.

• Kaylee Ferguson had 10 points and Sammi VanScoy added nine, but Manchester couldn’t overcome a seven-point halftime deficit in a 44-39 PAC-7 girls basketball loss to Tuslaw.

• Jimmy Kirven and Joe McBride had 13 points each for Lake as the Blue Streaks took Federal League co-leader Jackson to the limit in a 50-44 boys basketball loss.

• JoJo France led all scorers with 23 points and Van Wallbrown added 10 for Manchester to pace the Panthers to a 63-51 PAC-7 boys basketball win over Orrville.

• Tanner Marmash had a hight game of 248 and a high series of 420 to pace the Springfield boys bowling team to a 2,264-1,469 win over Portage Trail Conference rival Streetsboro.

• Dominic Polletta won the 200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke, teammate Tyler Doerrer won the 100 backstroke and Green added wins in the 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay en route to a 150-35 Federal League boys swimming win.