December 21, 2014

Medina
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Thaddeus J. Kisilewicz

Thaddeus J. “Ted” Kisilewicz has passed away. He was the beloved husband of Carol A. (nee Rygwalski); dear father of Jonathan (Rachel), Angela (John) Schaffer, Nancy (Rick) Cremeans, Andrea Geriak, Mark (Denise), Sharon (Brian) Carpenter and Margaret (Steven) Goldman; grandfather of 26; great-grandfather of two; and brother of Connie (Ray) Nadolski, Edward (Carolyn), Audrey (Tom) Read More…

Road closings

Firestone Road, between Wandel and Black River School roads in Homer Township, will be closed through Wednesday, Oct. 3, for railroad crossing repair. Medina Line Road, between Greenwich and Reimer roads in Wadsworth Township and Summit County, will be closed Monday, Oct. 1, for bridge repair. Wolff Road, between Columbia and Lester roads in York Read More…

Bulletin board

RECYCLING DRIVE — The Medina County Solid Waste District will conduct a Recycling Collection Drive on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Residents of the county can drop off the listed items at the following locations: -Brunswick Service Garage, 1238 W. 130th St., will take paint and paint-related solvents, old phone books, Read More…

Cloverleaf does it again

WADSWORTH — It turns out Cloverleaf’s football team has a home away from home at Art Wright Stadium. Using a stunning passing offense and a hard-nosed defense, the Colts upset the previously unbeaten Grizzlies 23-14 on their home field. Once again, Cloverleaf fans partied well past the final whistle, as Friday marked the second time Read More…

Hornets hammer visiting Green

GRANGER TWP. — It takes some coaches several years to put their stamp on a prep football program. Tom Lombardo needed exactly six weeks to get the job done at Highland. Lombardo’s Hornets put together a true signature win Friday night, overpowering and outplaying Green 42-14 in a Suburban League game. Highland (3-3, 2-1) amassed Read More…

Mustangs out of the Woods

STRONGSVILLE — D.J. who? With big-play wide receiver D.J. Woods out with a sore back, Strongsville quarterback Tim Kamczyc completed passes to seven different players as the Mustangs rolled to an easy 38-7 Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division win over Medina. The Mustangs (4-2, 1-0), who beat the Bees (2-4, 0-1) for the 19th straight Read More…

Gribble is latest star on ESPN

Don’t be surprised if the Gribble family looks into getting cable television this weekend, especially after what happened Thursday night. Brunswick wide receiver Jordan Gribble came home thinking he’d played what he deemed the worst game of the season in a 49-14 win over Elyria, only to discover he was a national celebrity. What at Read More…

Winslow plans to play through the pain

BEREA — Kellen Winslow Jr. pointed to the “U” on his right arm, part of a collage of tattoos across the tight end’s upper body. “You can’t hold us down,” he said Friday. Winslow was referring to former University of Miami Hurricanes, especially those in the NFL. They call Miami “The U” and stick together Read More…

Pirates turn Cardinals blue

SULLIVAN TWP. — In high school football, sometimes it’s not how you start, but how you finish. Or both. That would describe the thoughts of Black River coach Al Young and his staff Friday after the Pirates held on for a 36-29 win over Brookside in Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division play. “We didn’t make Read More…

Dukes are dandy against Buckeye

YORK TWP. — When Wellington’s football team took the field, it was clear that offense would rule the day. With quarterback Kull McClurg at the helm, the Dukes earned a 35-28 victory over Buckeye in the Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division opener for both teams. McClurg, a 5-foot-10, 168-pounder, did everything for the Dukes. The Read More…