By Susan Jenior | Correspondent
CRESTWOOD 3, WOODRIDGE 1
The visiting Red Devils grabbed a 2-0 halftime lead en route to a PTC cross-division win over the Bulldogs on Thursday.
Romie Schweickert, Stacey Larch and Melissa Soltisz scored the goals for Crestwood.
Allison Schmeltzer had the lone goal for Woodridge (0-3-0).
FIELD 2, CUYAHOGA FALLS 0
The visiting Falcons scored a goal in each half to notch their first victory of the 2013 season.
Megan Francis gave Field (1-1) a 1-0 lead at the half, and Mackenzie Dunlap scored an insurance goal for the Falcons in the second half.
Keeper Carrie Griffin made seven saves in shutting out the Black Tigers (1-4).
SOUTHEAST 6, STREETSBORO 1
Jillian Fesemyer recorded a hat trick to lead the host Pirates past the Rockets in a PTC County Division contest.
Aside from Fesemyer's three goals, Southeast (3-0-1, 2-0-1 PTC County) also got two goals from Erin Fisher and one from Katie Petritis.
Allison Targosky scored the goal for Streetsboro (1-2, 0-1), while Marra Woods made 15 saves in net.
KENT ROOSEVELT 152, RAVENNA 170
Windmill Lakes Golf Club -- Par 35
It was the match in the Metro Division everyone was waiting to see the results.
Undefeated Kent Roosevelt, the defending Metro Division, traveled Thursday to the tough Windmill Lakes Golf Club to take on the Ravenna Ravens, second in the Metro Division with only one loss.
Both have premier players on their team.
The Rough Riders' Mike Kenney is the defending Player of the Year in the Metro Division while the rest of the Rough Rider line-up is deep.
Ravenna has experience led by senior Nick Polichena.
In the end, it was no contest.
Kent Roosevelt won on the road, protecting their undefeated record and beating Ravenna 152-170.
Kent had a different leader in the match as Paul Silver finished as the medalist, firing a 1-over-par 36.
Silver was consistent as was his playing partner, A.J. Stronz of Kent, who made a few strong putts to finish with a 37.
The top three scorers in the match belonged to the Rough Riders as Kenney rounded out the top three, all better than the Ravens, firing a 38.
For Ravenna, Nick Polichena and Morgan McIntyre each fired 39s to keep the Ravens in the match, but the rest of the Ravenna lineup struggled, with the best score a 46 from both Colton Tirpak and Ryan McBride.
Kent remains undefeated with a perfect 9-0 record in the PTC Metro and an 11-0 record overall.
Ravenna drops but remains in second place with a 5-2 record in the Metro Division of the PTC and overall.
WOODRIDGE 154, GARFIELD 181
Brandywine Country Club -- Par 36
The Woodridge Bulldogs, defending champion of the PTC County Division, got back on track with a victory over the Garfield G-Men at the Bulldogs home course, Brandywine Country Club in Peninsula.
Michael Walter had an outstanding 1-under-par 35 to lead the Bulldogs, with Andrew Syx adding a 37.
For the G-Men, Marcus Miller and Eric Eiermann led the charge with a 43 and 44, respectively.
Woodridge is now 5-2 in the PTC County Division.
STREETSBORO 174, WATERLOO 206
Raccoon Hill Golf Club -- Par 36
Golf teams in the PTC County Division are finding the fairways of Raccoon Hill Golf Club in Kent very unfriendly as the Streetsboro Rockets picked up another division victory over the Waterloo Vikings.
Streetsboro was consistent with Philip Lago firing a 41, Cody Johnson a 42 and Ty Butler a 43.
Waterloo's best was Jacob Flarida, carding a 48.
SPRINGFIELD 202, CRESTWOOD 228
Sugar Bush Golf Club -- Par 36
Springfield picked up their first victory in the PTC Metro Division, beating the Crestwood Red Devils at Sugar Bush Golf Club.
The Spartans' Nick Hurd fired a 42.
Crestwood's Danny Jones was the best for the Red Devils, scoring a 43.
SOUTHEAST 199, CVCA 223
Fox Den Golf Course -- Par 36
The Southeast Pirates improved their record to 8-1 in the Greater Akron Girls Golf League, beating CVCA at Fox Den.
Miah Brawley grabbed the top spot for the Pirates, scoring a 45 on the Par 36 Fox Den in Stow. Macie Hysell added a 47 and Jenna Fesemyer a 49.
FIELD 3, KENT ROOSEVELT 2
Field dealt Kent Roosevelt its first Portage Trail Conference setback with a 3-2 victory over their Rider hosts on Thursday afternoon. Although two of the three Kent singles players won their matches, both Roosevelt doubles teams were bettered by their Falcon opponents.
"Almost all tennis matches are decided by errors, not winners," said Kent coach Kim Uhlik. "And we committed more this time."
Roosevelt is 5-3 on the season (5-1 PTC).
CRESTWOOD DEF. GARFIELD, 25-6, 25-15, 25-8
Holly Hoffman led Crestwood to a three-game sweep over the visiting Garfield G-Men on Thursday in a PTC cross-division matchup.
Hoffman finished with 17 points, with three aces, to go along with 17 assists, four kills and five digs. Teammate Hayley Zigman added five points and seven kills, while Morgan Strenk had six kills for the Red Devils.
Garfield was led by Grayson Rose's five kills and Shannon Stowe added four kills.
FIELD OVER SPRINGFIELD, 22-25, 30-28, 25-15, 25-17
Maggie Adelman had 23 assists and Hannah Petelin 22 digs as the visiting Falcons recovered from a first-game loss to down the Spartans in a PTC Metro Division match.
Logan Kruse added 18 kills for Field.
For Springfield (0-2, 0-1), Olivia Perkins had 24 assists, Jenna Bray had 19 digs and Ally Graham added 10 kills.
WOODRIDGE DEF. MOGADORE, 25-22, 25-9, 12-25, 22-25, 15-6
The Wildcats forced a fifth-game tiebreaker, but utlimately fell to the Bulldogs in a division matchup.
Grace Reilly had six aces for Mogadore (2-1, 0-1 PTC County), while Naomi Pollock had five kills.
WINDHAM OVER SOUTHINGTON CHALKER, 25-19, 25-22, 25-14
The visiting Bombers moved to 4-0 on the season with a Northeastern Athletic Conference win over the Wildcats.
Jessica Isler led the way for Windham (3-0 NAC) with 10 points and 39 assists. Dari Heller backed Isler with 27 kills, while Karsynn Mullen added 12 kills.
WOODRIDGE 2, CRESTWOOD 0
The visiting Bulldogs got second-half goals from Ian Mullins and John Belluardo to down the Red Devils in a PTC cross-division match.
Both keepers were strong in net, with Brett Lenke stopping seven shots for Woodridge (1-1) and Joe Slechta making eight saves for Crestwood (2-1).
SOUTHEAST 9, STREETSBORO 0
The Pirates scored three times in the first 10 minutes and never looked back on their way to a PTC County Division win over the Rockets.
Southeast (2-0-0, 2-0-0) got scores from six different players, led by Nathan Boring and Tyler Chaney with two goals each. Colton Harsh, Travis Cottrell, Nick Myers and Kenny Dillon also scored goals for the Pirates.
Goalie Daman Singh made seven saves for Streetsboro.
FIELD 1, BARBERTON 0
The Falcons got a first-half goal from Dom Walker and made it stand up to defeat the host Magics in a non-conference game.
Johnny Mathews assisted on Walker's goal as Field (1-0) won its season opener. Barberton fell to 3-2.