Five Chagrin Valley Conference basketball teams continue their journeys to the state tournament on Tuesday.
Madyson Hacking drained a buzzer-beating 3-pointer to lead Perry to a 41-40 win over Salem in a Division II district championship game.
With 10 points in a 53-19 win over Lakeview on Saturday, Madyson Hacking became Perry's all-time career leading scorer.
Athletes from six different schools have been named the Chagrin Valley Conference Athletes of the Week.
Hawken, Lutheran West, and West Geauga opened the postseason with wins on Wednesday while a handful of other girls’ basketball teams from around the Chagrin Valley Conference saw their postseason runs come to an end.
Berkshire allowed just one point in the fourth quarter as the Badgers rallied to beat host Chalker on Saturday, 38-33.
Athletes from four different schools have been named the Chagrin Valley Conference Athletes of the Week.
Berkshire has had some trouble finding its offensive rhythm throughout the season but that wasn’t the case on Thursday in a 49-30 win over rival Cardinal.
Kassie Emmett scored nine of her team-high 12 points in the fourth quarter as Geneva rallied to beat host Chagrin Falls on Tuesday, 37-36.
Elle Infalvi hit her first five 3-point attempts and finished with a game-high 19 points in leading Perry to a 51-44 win over visiting Magnificat on Monday.
Lutheran West’s 45-42 win over visiting Independence on Saturday highlights the importance of keeping a steady mindset, no matter the circumstances.
Athletes from eight different schools have been named the Chagrin Valley Conference Athletes of the Week.
The Hawken Hawks are flying high entering the last week of the regular season. Hawken has won eight straight games.
Haley Domen scored 13 of her game-high 17 points in the first half as Cardinal jumped out to an early lead in a 45-28 win over visiting Wickliffe on Wednesday.
Athletes from 10 different schools have been named the Chagrin Valley Conference Athletes of the Week.
Nine different players scored and Perry’s defense was as stingy as ever in a 67-27 non-conference win at Bay on Monday.
Kirtland overcame its fair share of adversity to beat host Geneva on Saturday, 39-33.
Athletes from seven different schools have been named the Chagrin Valley Conference Athletes of the Week.
Kirtland scored the first 16 points of the game on the way to topping host Berkshire on Saturday in a battle for first place.
Perry senior Madyson Hacking recorded the second major career milestone in the Pirates’ win over Geneva on Saturday.