• Chloe Moore led all scorers with 17 points, including four 3-pointers, and Jenny Lyogky contributed 13 as Lake Center Christian powered past Waterloo 49-36 in a Portage Trail Conference girls basketball game.

• Alivia Senevoravong scored a team-high 11 points and Natalie Phillips chipped in nine for Springfield in a 64-37 loss to fifth-seeded Buchtel in a Uniontown Division II girls sectional semifinal game.

• Kelsie Glass led the way with 18 points on six 3-pointers and teammate Abbie Pearce tallied 11 as Green routed Ellet 69-15 in a Canton Division I sectional girls semifinal contest.

• Springfield bowled a team score of 3,625 to place second at the Akron Division I sectional tournament and advance to the district tournament.

• Coventry snagged its 16th win of the season as Jarmond Hogg scored a game-high 17 points to pace the Comets to a 77-56 boys basketball win over Norton. Sam Vanadia had 15 and Treon Sibley and Dusty Burkhart each scored 11 to give Coventry four players in double figures.

• JoJo France poured in 27 points and Coye Schuler had 10 as Manchester's boys basketball team put four players in double figures en route to a 78-56 win over Canton Heritage Christian. 

• Kaleb Martin had nine points, but it wasn’t enough for Green's boys basketball team as the Bulldogs fell 46-31 to Ellet, the top seed in the upcoming Alliance Division I district tournament. 

• Jarad Dunn had 15 points and nine rebounds, Kole Jaber notched 11 and Mogadore outlasted East Canton 59-53 in a non-league boys basketball game.

• Megan Murray was the lone Coventry player to reach double figures with 10 points as the Comets fell 62-35 to second-seeded Hoban in a Uniontown Division II girls sectional semifinal game.

• Behind a game-high 16 points from Jimmy Kirven, including four 3-pointers, Lake downed Youngstown East 79-45 in a non-league boys basketball game. The Blue Streaks made 10 3-pointers as a team, including two by Joe McBride.

• John Paul Miller, averaging better than 22 points per game, had 25 to propel Lake Center Christian's boys basketball team past Southeast, 95-58. Jacob Ickes and Payton Triplett each contributed 19 for the Tigers in the win.

• Andrew Hanna was the lone Springfield player to score in double figures, logging 11 points, as the Spartans fell 71-31 to Portage Trail Conference Metro champion Woodridge in boys basketball.

• Michael Mather scored a 3-1 decision to win his 285-pound weight class match, but Lake came up short in a 39-25 loss to Jackson to wrap up the Federal League wrestling season.

• Taylor Norris led all scorers with 16 points and Takalyn Hudson was close behind with 13 as Coventry outlasted rival Springfield 53-49 in double overtime in girls basketball. Natalie Phillips had 10 points for the Spartans and Rachel Rodenbucher had eight in defeat