Women’s basketball league titles on the line this weekend

The women’s basketball playoffs begin this weekend, but several Chagrin Valley Conference teams are focused on a more immediate goal as two league titles remain in contention.

One of those league titles will be decided on Saturday when Hawken hosts Perry in a crossover match. The other, the Metro Division title, might take a little longer to sort out.

Perry plays Hawken on Saturday with his sixth straight league title already secured. The Pirates are 11-1 in the league and easily won the Lakes Division title. Geneva finished in second place with a conference score of 7-6.

Hawken needs a win over the Pirates on Saturday to clinch the Chagrin Division title. A loss would force the Hawks to share the league title with West Geauga, who finished the season with an 11-2 league record while Hawken are 10-1. Both teams split their season streak.

Kirtland won the Valley Division title with a 12-3 conference record. The Hornets still have one conference game to play – a crossover game against Brooklyn on Monday – but have already clinched the division title as second-placed Berkshire finished the championship game with a 9-7 record.

Trinity controls its own destiny in the Metro Division as Cuyahoga Heights waits for the chance to steal the conference title from the Trojans.

Heights closed the league game with a 14-2 record, but both losses came at Trinity, meaning the Trojans only need one win in their next two conference games to secure their championship.

The Trojans can clinch the title on Thursday with a win over Brooklyn, which upset the Trojans earlier this season, or Monday at Grand Valley.

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