• Green celebrated Senior Night with a win over visiting Firestone by a score of 78-34. The Bulldogs had five players in double figures with senior guard Kalen Martin leading all scorers with 21, Nathan Smith and Zack Oddo coming off the bench to score 12 each and starters Donovan O’Neil and Garrison Keeslar adding 10 each.

• Coventry seniors Miles Knuckles and Austin Hinzman qualified for the state wrestling tournament as Knuckles finished as runner-up at the 132-pound weight class and Hinzman finished as runner-up at the 182-pound weight class to earn a spot in Columbus.

• Lake's Jake Maranville scored 14 while Nick Mazzocca scored 10 points and had down seven rebounds and Garrett O’Bourn scored eight points and pulled down seven rebounds, but the Blue Streaks fell 46-36 to Green in a Canton Division I sectional final boys basketball game.

• Hannah Mang tallied 12 points Kennedy Haubert had 10, including a pair of 3-pointers, but Lake Center Christian fell short in a district semifinal game against Dalton by a score of 57-27, and the Tigers finished their season with a record of 15-9.

• Green senior guard Kaleb Martin was named Northeast Inland District Boys Division I Co-Player of the Year by the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association. Martin averaged 19.4, 4.0 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 2.1 steals per game during the season.

• Lake senior Jake Maranville was named to the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association ll-Northeast Inland District Basketball first team. Green’s Donovan O’Neill was named to the third team, as was Lake’s Nick Mazzocca. In Division II, Coventry’s Jaret Griffith and Springfield’s Andrew Smith received honorable mention.

• Lake Center Christian forward Payton Triplett was named the Division IV Player of the Year by the Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association for District 4, with Lake’s Jake Maranville earning the honor for Division I.

• Lake senior heavyweight Michael Mather and freshman 106-pounder Thomas Cassetty each advanced through the district tournament to the state tournament, with Mather claiming the district title in the heavyweight class.