Kenston was still willing to host, but the Orrville football team is not making the trip to Bainbridge Township for an anticipated clash between unfamiliar foes on Sept. 25. In 68 seasons of football, Kenston has never played Orrville.
The Kenston v. Mayfield varsity game slated to kick off this Friday is canceled after two high school football players from the Mayfield City School District tested positive for COVID-19.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association went with the good old news dump at 5 o’clock on Friday, surely with a, “have a great weekend,” attached to it. But at least high school gridders now know the intended blueprint for their football season.
The “recruiting class” for the still defending Division II state champion Chagrin Falls boys lacrosse team is looking mighty fine for the Tigers.
A drastic change was made up top at the 11th hour during uncertain times, but the Ohio High School Athletic Association still has the green light for the 2020 fall sports season to officially begin Aug. 1.
Already strapped for cash to dole out college scholarships, Division I baseball recruiters now have the added obstacle of the NCAA extending the eligibility to athletes who were unable to play out their 2020 spring sports seasons.
When a new coach takes over the varsity reins of a high school athletic team, perhaps too often he or she emphasizes the need for a change in culture or a clean slate in order to build a successful program.
Athlete, non-athlete; class clown, bookworm; popular, inconspicuous – it did not matter. When someone came knocking for a friendship, his door was always wide open.
He used to take his kids to Indians games, point up at the “Indians” script above the big scoreboard at Jacobs Field and tell them how their dad put that up there.
Hunter Jenkins knew he didn’t want to gamble with his playing time in college lacrosse, as the 2016 Solon graduate went on to start all four years with the Division III Terriers at Hiram.