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High school sports roundup for April 28 – News

— Tyler Kennedy had three hits, a run scored and four RBI and struck out 11 in a complete-game three-hitter to lead visiting Chagrin Falls past CVC Chagrin Division foe Perry, 8-3. James Sferra contributed two hits and a run for the Tigers, and Tom Somogyi drove in three runs for the Pirates.
— Jake Hites had two hits, a run and RBI, and Fairport scored four runs in the fifth inning to record a 6-1 CVC interdivision win at Harvey.
— Matthew Finkler tossed a complete-game four-hitter and had a hit and two walks at the plate as Kirtland edged host Cardinal, 2-1, to remain unbeaten in CVC Valley play. Erik Guhde contributed two hits and an RBI for the Hornets (11-3, 6-0).
— Gio Casella drove in four runs as part of a three-hit afternoon, and host Wickliffe plated seven runs in the first en route to a 13-3 CVC Metro win over Beachwood.
— Eddie Hulsman and Dan Danford each belted home runs for South in an 8-3 Premier Athletic Conference victory at University.
— Brenna Lorek had two hits, including a double, and struck out 10 in a one-hitter as Fairport improved to 11-2 overall and 4-1 in CVC Valley action with a 12-0 win at Harvey.
— Hallie Ward had two hits, including a home run, and three RBI, and Kayla Davidson earned her sixth win of the spring with a two-hitter as Kirtland defeated Cardinal, 11-1, in five innings in CVC Valley play.
— Joey Hegedus scored four goals and Mike Ritchie, Drew Banary and Nate Brunner contributed two each for Mentor in a 13-1 win over Stow. The Cardinals are 6-3.
— Karan Gill won in straight sets, 6-4, 7-5, at first singles as Beachwood swept nonconference foe Warren JFK, 5-0.
— A.J. Wright threw 52 feet, 9 inches in shot put and Justin Hollis took first in pole vault and high jump for Gilmour in a 120-13 nonconference dual win over Benedictine. Reigning News-Herald boys track and field athlete of the year Alex Clapacs swept the 800 and 1,600 for the Lancers. On the girls side, Caitlin Whetstone took the 3,200 and opened the winning 4×800, but Gilmour fell to St. Joseph Academy, 84-53.

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