The Solon City School District Board of Education approved a retire-rehire request, reassigned administrative tasks and approved English language learner mentors and home instruction teachers at their meeting Oct. 14.
Solon was beyond the point of big trouble during the Comet gridders’ road test against unbeaten Greater Cleveland Conference foe Euclid on Friday night. Trouble had already come and gone, and matters only appeared to getting worse.
Solon senior Maggie Yang was competing for a third straight trip to the big dance, but she’d have to punch her ticket with a freshman partner during the Division I Northeast District tennis tournament last Thursday and Saturday in Akron.
The Solon boys cross-country team only had two of the same scorers from a year ago, but that didn’t stop the Comets from defending their Greater Cleveland Conference banner on Saturday at Garfield Park in Mentor.
Solon’s imperfections were brought to daylight by AP No. 1-ranked Mentor (6-0, 3-0) during a 41-7 home hurting in Greater Cleveland Conference play on Friday night at Stewart Field.
Solon’s double team of senior Maggie Yang and freshman Niya Fried held their seed to finish runners-up among 35 tandems from 18 schools during the Division I sectional tennis tournament last week at their home community park courts.
Government students recently witnessed firsthand how the court system works when the 8th District Court of Appeals heard two cases in the Solon High School auditorium. The cases, presented by attorneys to a three-judge panel sitting onstage, launched the district court’s new program “From Co…
No team wants to take points off the board, especially not a 65-yard touchdown run by Solon 205-pound junior back Khalil Eichelberger during the Comets’ road battle against Shaker Heights on Saturday afternoon at Rupp Field.
The intention of any athletic team is to continue to improve as the season progresses, but the key to success is to improve at a faster rate than one’s competition.
Solon was trailing, 29-26, in the fourth quarter, but the Comets had no choice but to punt away with 3:20 remaining of their home affair against unbeaten league foe Brunswick on Friday night at Stewart Field.
The Solon Board of Education Monday lauded school officials for ending the fiscal year with a clean budget and starting the new school year with top academic ratings.
This was the year for another team in the Greater Cleveland Conference to step up and squash the league dynasty of the Solon girls tennis program, as the Lady Comets reloaded with new rackets on four of their five courts.
Five losses through seven games is enough to put any team down, but the Solon soccer girls know they’ve got the goods to compete with any program in the state.
Public schools across the Chagrin Valley and Geauga County for the most part performed well on the annual district report cards released this morning (Sept. 12) by the Ohio Department of Education.
The 13th annual Solon Band Bash will take place at 7 p.m. Saturday at Stewart Field. Ten marching bands from Northeast Ohio will regale the audience with a variety of energizing music, colorful uniforms, dances, marches and rotations. As the host and largest ensemble, the 340-member Solon Hi…
An unoccupied police cruiser that caught on fire Monday morning resulted in Orchard Middle School students being temporarily relocated to the gymnasium. No suspicious activity is suspected, police said.
With 54 singer-dancers, 16 band members and 24 students on crew, Solon High School’s show choir Music in Motion has won numerous trophies for its outstanding performances as an ensemble. Cabaret Night, starting at 7 p.m. Sept. 21 in the auditorium, showcases the talent of the individual MIM …
When rival Twinsburg scored on the third play of the game, Solon had a question mark as to whether or not another high-scoring slugfest would ensue during non-league action Friday night at Tiger Stadium.
Solon football only trailed, 20-15, at halftime of its season opener against non-league foe Hudson, as the Comets’ defense was both brilliant and a hot mess on Friday night at Stewart Field.
Traditionally, the title of “World’s Greatest Athlete” has been given to the winner of the Olympic decathlon, but, in any one of the 10 given track and field disciplines, that winner is not the best.
Thomas Worthington’s top three runners stopped the watch before any Solon harriers during Ohio’s first cross-country meet of the season on Saturday at the National Trail Raceway in Hebron, just east of Columbus.
Solon Board of Education members Monday reviewed a busy summer of building updates that included a new location for the preschool program, new roofs on the school buildings and other maintenance projects. All of the projects were completed on schedule.
Solon Superintendent Joseph Regano told the school board last week that the district plans to enforce the policy prohibiting vaping on school grounds when the academic year begins on Aug. 21.
Reggie Jagers III can’t go back in time and change his performance from the 2013 Pan American Junior Athletic Championships in Medellin, Colombia, where he took bronze in the discus throw.
The Solon Board of Education continued to round out the district’s staffing for the 2019-20 school year with the hiring of seven new staff members at its regular meeting Friday.
Solon High School Principal Erin Short recalls asking the freshmen’s parents in January 2015 to envision what their child could accomplish in 525,600 minutes – or one year.
If the Solon boys wanted to put down their program’s best sprint relay performance at a state track meet, the Comets were going to have to turn it up a notch for the Division I finals on Saturday in Columbus. They did.
The Solon High School and Solon Middle School Science Olympiad teams were both second-place award winners last weekend at the 2019 national tournament at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.
Solon senior Olivia Howell had already defended her 1,600-meter title to become a three-peat state champ, but her legs just didn’t quite appear to have the juice in the 800 run less than an hour later.
An expanded and often inconsistent strike zone worked in favor of pitching during the Division I regional softball championship between Solon and Louisville on Saturday afternoon at the University of Akron.
Solon junior Greg Parries and Massillon Washington senior Tyree Broyles tied down to the one-thousandth of a second, 22.061, in the 200-meter dash during the Division I region track and field meet last week in Austintown.
Capable of doing it with her eyes closed by now, Solon senior Olivia Howell won her fourth straight region title in the 1,600-meter run during the Division I meet on Friday at Fitch High School in Austintown.