GIRARD 8-10, COLUMBIANA 5-2: GIRARD - Ryan Forte, A.J. Devore and Evan Standohar each had two RBIs to help Girard win Game 2 and sweep a doubleheader. Nick Malvasi and Nick Krajcirik each knocked in a pair of runs in the first game for the Indians (12-4).
JACKSON-MILTON 9-15, EAST PALESTINE 5-5: EAST PALESTINE - Adam Jeffries combined to drive in four runs to help Jackson-Milton sweep East Palestine. Josh Kramer had four RBIs and Ryan Nagy and Brandon Mitchell each had a pair of RBIs in Game 2 for the Blue Jays (7-8).
WESTERN RESERVE 14-16, SOUTHINGTON 2-1: BERLIN CENTER - Tommy Marlowe's home run capped Western Reserve's Game 2 win and doubleheader sweep. Marlowe had five RBIs in the two games for the Blue Devils (7-5), as did Tristan Bova.
WEST BRANCH 10-7, SOUTH RANGE 0-4: CANFIELD - Matt Unkefer had three RBIs to lead West Branch to a win in Game 1. Zach Ruggles and Chipper Tuel each had a pair of RBIs in the second game for the Warriors (7-6). Zach Thorpe drove in two runs for South Range (7-5).
BROOKFIELD 9, LIBERTY 3: LIBERTY - Jeremy Quinlan had four RBIs to lead Brookfield. Bryce Bronson and Robert Leon each had three hits for the Warriors (7-5), while Don Gore drove in a pair of runs for Liberty.
CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN 3-13, MAPLEWOOD 2-10: MECCA - The Rockets' hitting was the problem in the first game of a doubleheader, and it was a lack of pitching that cost Maplewood in the second game. Maplewood left 10 runners on base in a 3-2 loss to Cornerstone in the opener. The Rockets led the second game, 8-4, after five innings but allowed nine runs in the final two innings to fall, 13-10. Adamo led Cornerstone (11-3) with five hits and six RBIs in the two games. David Muresan had two hits for Maplewood in the opener, and Marc McCluskey, Kevin Jones and Jordan Godfrey each had two hits in the second game. Jones and Eric Morrison each drove in two runs.
HOWLAND 9-7, TWINSBURG 3-6: HOWLAND - Kyle and Corey Hickman combined to lead Howland past Twinsburg. Kyle had the win in the first game and hit a home run in the nightcap, while Corey went 5 of 6 in the two games and was a triple away from hitting for the cycle in the first game for Howland (11-3). Twinsburg (8-5) was led by Matt Jaskiewicz, who had two RBIs in the first game. Monday, Austintown Fitch plays Howland at Eastwood Field starting at 5 p.m.
SPRINGFIELD LOCAL 11-7, SALEM 2-3: SALEM - JoJo Carabello, Joe Wrask and Brandon Chamberlin combined for seven RBIs to pace the Tigers past the Quakers. Caraballo had three RBIs in the nightcap for Springfield (9-2), while Wrask and Chamberlin each had two in the first game. Salem dropped to 1-12. Joey Ohlin, who had two triples in the opener, got the win for the Tigers in Game 1, while Sawyer Stevens earned the win in Game 2.
MATHEWS 5-4, LaBRAE 4-8: VIENNA - Tabby Granelly homered to help Mathews defeat LaBrae in Game 1. Granelly drove in two runs in the first game for the Mustangs (11-2), while Hall doubled twice for LaBrae in the second game.
MAPLEWOOD 15-14, CORNERSTONE 2-2: MECCA - Courtney Peters pitched a five-inning no-hitter as the Rockets won the first game of a doubleheader, 15-2, and Kayla Bedlion scattered four hits as Maplewood took the second game, 14-2. The Rockets (11-2) had a nine-run inning in each game. Taylor Lewis and Kaitlyn Ramsey each had two hits and two RBIs in the opener and Sam Wood (four RBIs) and Ryley Urchek (three RBIs) also contributed in the rout. Bedlion and Ramsey each had two hits in the second game. Ramsey, Lewis, Urchek, Bedlion and Stephanie Tucker each had two RBIs in the finale.
CHAMPION 4, FORT LeBOEUF, PA. 0: CHAMPION - Lindsay Swipas has 13 strikeouts and allowed no walks as the Golden Flashes held Fort LeBoeuf, Pa., to four singles. Swipas also had a solo home run in the third inning for Champion (5-1). A. Krolczyk took the loss for Fort LeBoeuf, Pa. (4-2). Haley McAllister had a two-run double in the bottom of the sixth inning to lead Champion's three-run inning. Monday, Champion hosts LaBrae starting at 5 p.m.
MAGNIFICAT 10, URSULINE 9: AKRON - There were 18 walks issued between the two teams in a five-inning, time-limit shortened game during Saturday's Akron Racer Invitational. Popovic had three hits, including a three-run home run, while Setta scored four times and had two RBIs. Briana Curd led Ursuline (5-6) with three hits, while Dana Creatore had three RBIs and Stephanie Ohalek added two RBIs.
HUBBARD 13-12, BROOKFIELD 5-22: HUBBARD - Taylor Barton had six RBIs in both ends of a doubleheader split to pace the Eagles against the Warriors. Alyssa Gould had four RBIs and earned the win in the nightcap for Brookfield (10-3), where Caylin Corns, Shantee Trudo and Hayley Hogue each had three RBIs. Monday, Hubbard is at Struthers. The first pitch is at 5 p.m.
Track and field
LEW SPEECE INVITATIONAL: BERLIN CENTER - Maplewood's boys dominated United 125.5 to 97 to take the team title at Saturday's Lew Speece Invitational at Western Reserve High School. Morgan Hake won the 100 and 400, while teammate Wyatt Hartman took the 800 and 1,600. Both were part of the winning 4x400 and 4x800 relays. Solomon Yoder won the 300 hurdles for the Rockets. Springfield Local's Stephen Lyons won the shot put and discus and set a meet record in the shot put with 58 feet, 8 3/4 inches. United beat Independence for the girls team title, 135-87.
LaBRAE INVITATIONAL: LEAVITTSBURG - Howland's boys and girls won team titles at Saturday's LaBrae Invitational. Howland's girls held off Streetsboro, 157-134, while the Tiger boys dominated the field - distancing themselves from second-place John F. Kennedy, 211-99. Nautica Hill won the girls 100 and 200. The Tiger girls also dominated the distance events by winning the 4x800. Liz Manning took the 800, Taylor Craigo won the 1,600 and Trisha McGuire won the 3,200. For the boys, Brendan Cope won the long jump, 100 and 200. Connor Gilmour won the 400, Troy Seagraves took 800, Ryan Sullivan won the 1,600 and Nate Sutton captured the 3,200. Howland's boys also won the 4x100, 4x400 and 4x800 relays.
BULLDOG INVITATIONAL: EAST PALESTINE - Salem's boys and girls won the team titles at Saturday's Bulldog Invitational.Salem beat out West Branch for the girls team title, 84-77, while the Quaker boys distanced themselves from Berkshire, 132-82.
Big Ox Invitational: LOUISVILLE - Lakeview's Lauren Schattinger won the girls 100- and 200-meter dashes at Saturday's Big Ox Invitational at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in times of 12 and 26.4 seconds, respectively. Lakeview's boys took fifth with 50 points, while the girls were seventh with 44.25 points. Massillon won the boys team title with 103 points, over Smithville with 83. St. Vincent-St. Mary took the girls team title over Smithville, 108-67.25. Jordan Lowther won the boys discus (133 feet, 6 inches). Louie Novakovich won the boys 400 (51.7), Eric Harris was second in the 1,600 (4:36) and the 4x800 relay was third (8:47.3). For the girls, Abby Dunn was third in the pole vault (8-6). The 4x100 relay was second (52.7).