It may be a new season but there are plenty of familiar faces on the Solon Comets girls’ basketball team this year. The Comets overpowered Shaker Heights by a 75-31 margin last Saturday afternoon at Shaker Heights High School.
According to Kenston Bombers’ coach Derrick DeJarnette, words cannot express how happy his team is to be back on the court. Kenston opened its season with a 73-48 victory over the University School Preppers at the Great Lakes Showcase last Saturday evening at Cleveland Heights High School.
The West Geauga Wolverines girls’ basketball team returned to the court with a different look and a new coach. The Wolverines captured their first victory of the season by defeating Madison 59-53 last Friday afternoon at Madison.
Not only is Chagrin Falls Tigers’ senior midfielder Sarah Burgess leaving as a state champion, but also departs with a new school record. She finished her high school career with 56 assists, surpassing the previous school record of 49 set by Jenny Langford during the 1997 season.
Once again, the Chardon Hilltoppers’ football team will play for a state title. Chardon earned a return trip to the state championship after defeating West Holmes 41-7 in the Division III state semifinals on Nov. 26 at Twinsburg Tiger Stadium.
After the Chardon Hilltoppers football team captured the Division III state title last year, the pressure was on for them to defend their state crown. There was a lot of skepticism they could do it after graduating 26 seniors.
With new faces and a new coach, the Orange Lions hockey team opened their season impressively by beating Greater Cleveland High School Hockey League White East foe Aurora 5-1 last Saturday night at The Pond.
There was a lot to celebrate for the Kenston Bombers girls’ soccer team after they defeated Western Reserve Conference foe Willoughby South 9-0 on Oct. 12.
Unable to overcome shooting woes, the Kenston Bombers girls’ basketball team lost 46-44 to Nordonia in their season opener last Friday night at Nordonia High School
The United States Tennis Association’s men’s 65-and-over tennis team from the Chagrin Valley Athletic Club continued their torrid run this year. The CVAC men’s team pulled off a stunning upset at the USTA Midwest sectionals in Pendleton, IND by sweeping Wisconsin 3-0 on Oct. 24 to earn a spo…
Whenever Chagrin Falls’ senior Andrew Kirkpatrick meets anyone for the first time, they immediately are impressed by his size. High school kids the size of 6-foot-4 don’t grow on trees.
Ranked as one of the weakest teams in Division III, the Kenston Bombers football team is silencing its critics each week. The Bombers kept their playoff run alive by holding off Steubenville 49-42 last Friday evening in the Division III, Region 9 regional quarterfinals at Kenston Bomber Stadium.
Having won their last two games in overtime, the Chagrin Falls Tigers girls’ soccer team wanted to secure a victory in the first 80 minutes of their Division II regional finals match.
The Gilmour Lancers girls’ volleyball team’s quest to defend their Division II state title remains alive.
The Chardon Hilltoppers’ girls’ volleyball team’s wild ride came to an end when they lost 3-1 to Massillon Jackson in the Division I regional semifinals on Nov. 4 at Hudson High School.
One of the Chardon Hilltoppers football team’s biggest goals, aside from repeating as state champions, was to stay undefeated at home. It did just that last Friday evening as Chardon won a 63-7 contest over Streetsboro in the Division III, Region 9 regional quarterfinals at Chardon Memorial Field.
Orange Lions’ standout junior Alexis Nyborg said it still feels like yesterday when she joined the tennis team in 2019. Little did she know would she become a perennial powerhouse and the first Orange female Division II state finalist on Oct. 23 in Cincinnati.
Due to COVID protocols, the 2020 OHSAA Division III state cross-country meet did not allow for any crowds. Then Hawken freshman Nick Garcia-Whitko only qualified as an individual so it was a lonely race for him as he placed 67th.
After placing eighth at the Division II state tournament last year, Hawken Hawks’ junior Ella Wong wanted to finish in at least the top this year.
According to Coach John Ptacek, it felt like an eternity since University Schol won a district title. The wait was over as the University School Preppers soccer team shut out Twinsburg 1-0 last Saturday afternoon at Mentor to clinch the Division I Cleveland 3 district title.
After being short-handed for the bulk of the season, the Kenston Bombers football team got some reinforcements for their postseason run by beating Harvey 38-15 in the first round of the Division III, Region 9 playoffs last Friday night at Kenston Bomber Stadium.
Gilmour could not capitalize on its home field advantage and saw its season end in a 49-26 loss to Girard in the Division IV, Region 13 regional quarterfinals last Saturday afternoon at Weber Stadium.
Alhtought it had been a while since the Kenston Bombers girls soccer team trailed in a match, they battled back and scored three unanswered goals to repeat as Division II district champions in a 3-1 victory over Poland Seminary last Thursday night in Alliance.
The Hawken Hawks boys’ cross country team snapped a 39-year drought when they took fourth place at the Division II Regional tournament last Saturday afternoon at Youngstown Boardman to qualify as a team for the state cross-country meet.
The Chagrin Falls Tigers girls’ soccer team kicked off their 2021 postseason with a resounding 10-1 victory over Canton South in the Division II Akron 2 sectional finals last Thursday evening at C.S. Harris Stadium.
The Hawken Hawks’ cross-country program continued their stellar start to the postseason as both the girls and boys team swept the Division II district meet last Saturday at Madison High School.
The Kenston Bombers football team’s season has been defined by their resilience. That trend continued when the Bombers scored 11 unanswered points to top Western Reserve Conference foe Mayfield 17-15 last Friday night at Mayfield Municipal Stadium to close out the regular season.
The Gilmour Lancers girls cross-country team repeated as district champions after capturing their 11th straight Division III district banner last Saturday morning at Madison.