Student loans will not be a concern for Alexis Brown, 17, of Munson. The West Geauga senior won a $141,000 merit scholarship to Thiel College, a private liberal arts college in Greenville, PA.
The Chagrin Falls Tigers girls’ basketball team is finally back in the win column. The Lady Tigers ended a two-game slide by defeating Chagrin Valley Conference foe Edgewood 57-32 last Saturday afternoon at the Ralph L. Quesinberry Gymnasium.
The Solon Comets’ swimming was still missing some swimmers in their dual meet against Greater Cleveland Conference foe Medina.
The Orange Lions’ hockey team is showing no signs of slowing down in the New Year. The Lions remained at the top of the standings by defeating Greater Cleveland High School Hockey League White East Division rival Aurora 5-2 last Saturday evening at The Pond.
It did not take long for the Kenston Bombers girls’ basketball team to realize it would not be an easy game against Twinsburg. Kenston bounced back after a disappointing start and edged the Tigers 47-38 last Saturday afternoon at Twinsburg High School.
The Chardon Hilltoppers boys’ basketball team is still searching for its first Western Reserve Conference victory. Chardon’s wait was extended after losing 90-80 to conference foe Mayfield last Friday night at Mayfield High School.
The Solon Comets girls’ basketball team has hit its stride. The Lady Comets overcame a slow defensive start and turned up the pressure to beat Canton McKinley 57-46 last Thursday night at Solon.
Solon High School’s former band director has pled guilty to 11 counts of gross sexual imposition, according to the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office.
The Chagrin Falls Board of Education discussed the restructuring of their meetings and agendas at a board work session on Jan. 12.
The most recent letter sent out by the West Geauga Board of Education indicates an urgency to take action regarding the former Newbury School property. It also criticizes the Newbury Township Board of Trustees for failure to act decisively.
Numbers of positive COVID-19 cases among the students and staff in the Solon School District is decreasing, while district officials remain committed to in-person learning, Superintendent Fred Bolden said last week.
Although there were fewer competitors this year in the Greater Cleveland Conference Dive Meet, it was still business as usual for the Solon Comets.
Andy Hudak of the Albert M. Higley Co. presented a guaranteed maximum price as the Orange Board of Education reviews a renovation of Orange High School. The upgrades, which would include a new front entrance and modern changes to the locker rooms, would cost $3.87 million. The renovation is …
West Geauga High School Principal Ryan Patti gave a presentation at the regular school board meeting Monday on proposed changes to the high school’s bell schedule, including 15 new courses, switching to a plus or minus grading system, and a changed bell schedule.
The Chardon Local School District’s Board of Education held its annual organizational meeting prior to the regular board meeting on Jan. 10 as Carmen J. Paterniti and Todd Albright, who were elected in November, took their oaths of office for their four-year terms.
West Geauga School District is accepting sealed bids for asbestos abatement, hazardous material removal, and site restoration work at the former Newbury High School, which studies commissioned by the district have estimated will cost more than $3 million.
If there’s one thing Kenston Bombers’ senior Alex Bayus can take away from his high school diving career, it’s that he’s been nothing but consistent.
It turns out the Chardon Hilltoppers’ swim team didn’t need to worry about being idle for over a month.
It looked like it could be an early day for the Kenston Bombers girls’ basketball team but they turned things around and mounted a comeback to top Kirtland 50-44 last Saturday afternoon at Bainbridge Township.
The Orange Board of Education appointed Angela Arnold to the vacant seat on Monday. Ms. Arnold, who has extensive experience in marketing and education technology, will be sworn in within the next two weeks.
The Kenston Board of Education on Monday voted to name Neysa Gaskins and Jennifer Troutman as the board’s president and vice president, respectively. Dr. Beth Krause and Mrs. Gaskins were the incumbent president and vice president prior to Monday’s meeting.
Four Chagrin Falls Middle School students have been named Tiger of the Month, having shown “exemplary performance” in the areas of leadership and academics.
Kenston High School has a new outside decoration after junior Madeline Ramsey’s Girl Scout Gold Award project brought a home-built composting unit to the school.
The Gilmour Lancers boys’ basketball team faced a huge test against Euclid. Despite not having their leading scorer, Gilmour still defeated the Panthers 78-65 at the Play-by-Play Classic last Sunday morning at Euclid High School.
Having been idle for a week, the Solon Comets’ basketball team returned to action but weren’t at full strength. Solon’s lack of depth was too much to overcome and lost 67-57 to Green last Thursday evening at Uniontown.
This season has tested the Orange Lions’ basketball team in many different ways. Orange made the grade when it defeated Chagrin Valley Conference rival Edgewood 54-48 last Thursday evening in Ashtabula.
The Chardon Hilltoppers boys’ basketball team has a lot of ground to make up. The Hilltoppers overcame a slow start and defeated Geneva 77-58 last Thursday evening at The Barn.
It was not by design but it just so happened that the Gilmour Lancers’ hockey team faced SOM Center rival University School in the final game of the Brother James Memorial tournament.