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Solon 13-year-old Dominic Roberto was just getting settled on the 7 1/2-meter platform during his second season diving that height at the 2019 USA Diving Junior National Championships this past August in Tennessee.

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Hawken School wrestling booked a pair of return trips to the big dance behind the district champion duo of sophomore Patrick Reineke and senior William Lindsey on the Division III mats Friday and Saturday at Garfield Heights.

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It’s been three years in the making, but Kenston 145-pound senior Nick Nastasi is heading back to the Division I state wrestling tournament beginning this Thursday at Ohio State University’s Schottenstein Center in Columbus.

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With a 16-0 tech fall in his opening bout, Solon 160-pound senior Jake Mack couldn’t have asked for a much better start during the Division I district wrestling tournament Friday and Saturday in Mentor.

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If the Solon boys fell behind by more than a few possessions, then their game plan would be out the window during their Division I boys basketball district championship game against Shaker Heights on Saturday afternoon in Twinsburg.

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The Gilmour Academy Icemen were hounding University School senior goalie Michael Holtz with 15 shots on cage, but nothing was going in during the first period of a district semifinal collision on Saturday night in Kent.

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The competition was different, but the 1-meter springboards were the same for Kenston senior Mary O’Neill during the Division II state diving competition last Wednesday at Branin Natatorium in Canton.

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Hawken School junior Alex Podrez put team ahead of self with his decision to forego chasing the 500-yard freestyle this postseason in an effort to provide his fellow Hawks the opportunity to clean up in that event.

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Like so many times before, it all came down to the adrenaline junkies on the 400-yard freestyle relay for University School during the Division II state swim meet on Friday night at Branin Natatorium.

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Swimming through bronchitis last postseason, Gilmour Academy senior Cate O’Haimhirgin is ready to set the waters straight after a solid showing during the Division II Northeast District meet on Friday at Cleveland State’s Busbey Natatorium.

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Top to bottom, Solon remains the best diving program in Ohio with seven flyers punching their tickets to states during the Division I Northeast District competition last Thursday at Cleveland State University’s Busbey Natatorium.

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Depth prevailed in favor of the Hawken School boys for the third time this season against archrival University School during the Division II Northeast District swim meet on Friday at Cleveland State University’s Busbey Natatorium.

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Gilmour Academy led, 1-0, but the horn was quiet going on 27 minutes during the Ice Lancers’ struggle against St. Edward in the Cleveland Cup championship game on Saturday night at OBM Arena in Strongsville.

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The Chagrin Falls boys were chasing their program’s first district gold in the 200-yard freestyle relay during the Division II Northeast Ohio meet on Friday at Cleveland State University’s Busbey Natatorium.

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Surrendering a 12-2 run in the first quarter, the Orange boys basketball team’s perfect mark at home was tested in a non-league clash against University School (13-6) on Friday night in Pepper Pike.

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Coming off its lowest-scoring quarter of the season, the Chagrin Falls girls faced a 20-14 halftime deficit during a home clash against league rival Orange on Saturday afternoon at Quesinberry Gymnasium.

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Solon 6-foot-3 senior Bandon Chambers missed a driving layup and came down funny just four minutes into the Comet cagers’ home clash with Greater Cleveland Conference foe Brunswick on Friday night.

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Taking Gilmour Academy’s top six scorers against Hawken School’s top six scores, it would have been a close game. But the Lancer cagers had too much depth during a home rout against their rivals on Saturday night in Gates Mills.

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The Solon girls forecasted rain inside their home gymnasium, but the visiting Lady Bees left their umbrellas in Medina during a 67-48 rout in Greater Cleveland Conference play Saturday afternoon.