West Geauga Wolverines
West Geauga freshman Brian Denamen may have been trailing 8-2 in the third period off the 144-pound championship bout against junior Nick Brunst from Medina Buckeye, but he was not ready to surrender.
Playing short-handed has been nothing new for the Orange Lions boys’ basketball team this season.
The West Geauga Wolverines girls’ basketball team wanted to run the floor but Orange stopped them in their shoes at the beginning of the first quarter by going on a 5-0 run.
West Geauga freshman Brian Denamen thought he had wrapped up the 144-pound semifinal bout against Cuyahoga Heights’ senior Seth Kucia in the final seconds of the third period last Saturday.
The Chagrin Falls Tigers girls’ basketball team had plenty of options.
Wrestling under the spotlight brought back some memories for West Geauga Wolverines’ freshman Caden Kaleal.
The West Geauga Wolverines girls’ basketball team did not have a lot to cheer about in the third period last Friday evening.
Holding an 18-point lead at halftime, West Geauga boys’ basketball Coach Micah Young wanted to see a lot of other things from his team in the second half last Friday evening.
Six periods of high school wrestling can take its toll, especially for the heavyweight wrestlers.
The West Geauga Wolverines boys’ basketball team’s bench was shaking with anticipation in the final minute of the fourth period last Saturday.
When West Geauga Wolverines’ senior forward Alexa Hocevar buried her team’s third 3-pointer in their first four possessions last Friday evening, Coach Brandon Stewart knew it was his team’s night.
It is officially the dawn of a new era of wrestling for the West Geauga Wolverines and Hawken Hawks wrestling programs.
When West Geauga Wolverines’ senior forward Frankee Flesher fired a shot at the net, it looked like a missed scoring opportunity when Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin senior goalkeeper Maddy Kosier saved it.
It’s beginning to feel a lot like football.