In the first-ever Jamie Ruffner Memorial Tournament at Bowling Green State University, Findlay beat St Thomas of Villanova (Windsor, Canada), 3-2, on Sunday at Bowling Green State University’s Slater Family Arena for the trophy.

The Trojans went 4-0 in the tournament and are 6-0 so far this season.

Host Bowling Green dropped its first two games in the tournament but rebounded to win game three and then lost a rematch with Shaker Heights in overtime.

BG opened with a 4-1 loss to Hunting Valley University School, 4-1, fell to Shaker Heights, 5-2, defeated Meadville (Penn.), 3-2, and then lost to Shaker Heights, 2-1.

The tournament is named for the late BG coach Jamie Ruffner, who was the driving force behind getting hockey going again after the program, once a perennial state powerhouse, took a year off in 2018-19. Ruffner’s impact on BG hockey, for all ages, is well known.

In the Frozen Creek tournament in Kettering, Ohio, the Lake club team went 3-1, to finish in third place out of six teams. Lake beat Beavercreek for the Frozen Creek title two years ago.

This year, Lake lost to St. Xavier, 6-3, but rebounded to defeat Mason, 17-1, Lexington (Ky.), 6-3, and Troy, 10-4.

At Tam-O-Shanter in Sylvania, Perrysburg went 0-3-1 in the Cold Turkey tournament, losing to Lakewood St. Edward, 4-1, Dayton Stealth, 7-3, and Erie Cathedral (Penn.), 6-4, while tying Trenton (Mich.), 4-4.

Northwest Hockey Conference teams did not fare so well in the Cold Turkey, with Sylvania Northview going 2-2 and Toledo St. John’s, 1-3.

St. Ed beat Olentangy Liberty on Sunday for the Cold Turkey Varsity A title. Both teams were 3-0 coming into Sunday’s game and had 13 points, so the regularly scheduled game was coincidentally for the championship.

St. Ed also won the Cold Turkey trophy two years ago. Liberty won it three years ago, and Dayton Stealth won it last year.

This week, in a Red Division scheduling fluke, Perrysburg and Toledo St. Francis complete their conference series on Friday (7 p.m., Tam-O-Shanter) before either of them have played any other league games.

At BGSU, Perrysburg hosts St. John’s at 8 p.m. at Slater Arena on Saturday and Northview visits the BG Bobcats on Sunday at 1 p.m. at Slater Arena.

Findlay and Bowling Green host Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit on back-to-back nights with BG taking on Walsh Jesuit at 10 a.m. Saturday at Slater Arena.

Perrysburg is 2-3-1 overall and opened its NHC Red Schedule by defeating defending state runner-up St. Francis, 5-4, on Nov. 18 at Slater Arena. BG is 3-4-1 and Lake is 4-1.

Eastwood 49, Edison 38

PEMBERVILLE — Amelia Ward scored 14 points and Kayla Buehler scored 12 as Eastwood defeated Edison, 49-38, in non-league girls basketball Monday.

Three Eastwood players, Ward, Buehler, and Kyrie Henline, hit three-point goals early on as the Eagles took a 15-6 first quarter lead and never looked back. Ward finished the game hitting on two treys.

Henline scored six, Paige Hoodlebrink and Jorden Jensen scored four apiece, and Grace Kingery added two points for the Eagles.

Delta 48, Lake 40

MILLBURY — Lake grabbed an early 9-8 lead after one quarter, but could not hold on, losing to visiting Delta in non-league girls basketball Monday, 48-40.

Elise Staczek led Lake with 19 points, Elena Longoria and Mary Enright scored six apiece, Jessie Materni scored five, and Kyleigh Christ and Penelope Garcia scored two points apiece.

For Delta, Grace Munger scored 16, Khloe Weber, Sophia Burres, and Kyle Risner scored seven apiece, Kate Friess had five points and Kendall Sprow, Ashlyn Lamb and Olivia Smith added two points each.