MOGADORE 13, STREETSBORO 5
Colleen Coughlin ripped a home run, double and drove in two runs and Katie Oliver pitched a complete game as the Wildcats downed the host Rockets in a PTC cross-division game.
Mogadore (3-5) had 14 hits, led by Coughlin and Payton Ambrose, who chipped in with a pair of singles.
Rhiannon Head had a double, single and an RBI for Streetsboro (1-8).
WARSAW RIVER VIEW 14, STREETSBORO 1
Alyssa Thomas pitched and batted the visiting Black Bears to a non-league win over the Rockets.
On the mound, Thomas scattered four hits in five innings. Offensively, she smacked a home run, double and single and drove in six runs,
Kaitlyn Agra had a single for Streetsboro (1-9).
FAIRVIEW PARKFAIRVIEW 10, CRESTWOOD 5
The visiting Warriors rallied from a 3-1 deficit with six runs in the fourth inning to down the Red Devils in a non-league contest on Saturday.
David Minnich, Josh Fikill, Martin Lowry and Jason Sassano all had two hits for Fairview.
Christian Workman and Bryce Honeycutt had two hits each to pace Crestwood.
ALLIANCE 4-8, SOUTHEAST 2-7
The Pirates dropped a non-league doubleheader to the host Aviators.
Alliance prevailed 4-2 in the opener.
Tommy Dailey had three singles and an RBI, Alex Krauss rapped a double, single and an RBI, and Gabe Carrington added a double and single for Southeast.
Alliance (8-2) won the nightcap 8-7 in the bottom of the seventh.
Joe Roderick led Southeast (4-5) with three singles and two RBI, Dailey added three singles and an RBI, while Chase Miller had two singles and an RBI.
STARKEY MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT
FIELD 8, REVERE 7
The Falcons built an 8-3 lead after four innings, but had to hold on for an 8-7 non-league win over the Minutemen at Kent State's Schoonover Stadium.
No hitting stats for Field were reported to the Record-Courier by press time.
AKRON GARFIELD 3, WATERLOO 2
The host Golden Rams rallied with three runs in the bottom of the sixth to edge the Vikings in a non-league matchup on Friday.
Despite being no-hit, Waterloo (0-8) scored a run in the third and another in the fifth to take a 2-0 lead.