July 29, 2014

Medina
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Brunswick police log

- A man was towing his car from Ferrari Auto Sales, 2763 Center Road, at 3:53 p.m. Wednesday. When the owner of the dealership asked him why he was towing the car, the man allegedly became hostile and pushed him to the ground. Police charged Jerry Hornack, 65, of 73 Bettie Lane, with disor-derly conduct. Read More…

Josie’s streak of luck

By CASSANDRA SHOFAR Staff Writer MONTVILLE TWP. — Karma from helping others in the past seems to have caught up with Josie Denham. Denham, who lives at 6709 Wadsworth Road, must move out of her house because of plans by the township to raze it, which it owns along with a neighboring house. Once demolished, Read More…

Strategy session

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Gloria Glens Village Councilman Ted Cavanaugh (left) discusses politics Wednesday with Pete Zeigler, the Medina County coordinator for John Boccieri’s campaign, while sitting inside Medina County Democratic Headquarters in Medina. Cavanaugh signed up to volunteer three days a week to canvass door to door for Boccieri’s run for the 16th Congressional District. (Andrew Dolph | Read More…

Brunswick volleyball clinches share of title

By BRIAN DULIK Staff Writer PARMA — Brunswick’s volleyball team entered this season with high expectations. At this point, it has exceeded every one of them. The Blue Devils clinched at least a share of the Northeast Ohio Conference River Division championship Wednesday with a 25-13, 25-15, 25-12 win at Normandy. It is Brunswick’s first Read More…

Cloverleaf girls soccer team makes history

By ADAM FERRISE Special to The Gazette WADSWORTH — Cloverleaf made history Wednesday night by winning the first outright Suburban League girls soccer title in school history. On the strength of two goals that came one minute apart, the Colts stayed undefeated on the season and in the Suburban League with a 2-0 win over Read More…

Great finish looms in SL

For the first time in Medina County history, three area schools are undefeated in the Suburban League with four games remaining. Cloverleaf, Wadsworth and Highland are 3-0 and tied atop the SL, and all have yet to play each other. It can’t get any better than that. The preseason favorite Hornets (6-0) have been dynamite Read More…

Good first day for county at tennis sectional

By RICK NOLAND Assistant Sports Editor OBERLIN — A little rain didn’t put a damper on the accomplishments of a pair of Medina County doubles teams Wednesday at the Oberlin Division I Sectional tennis tournament. A lot of county players remain alive due to the cancellation of numerous matches, with the best bets to advance Read More…

Comets want revenge

By BRAD BOURNIVAL Staff Writer BRUNSWICK — Goldfish have short-term memories. Solon’s football team does not. The Comets haven’t forgotten last year’s 14-10 Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division loss to Brunswick. Neither have the Blue Devils. It was arguably Brunswick’s worst performance of the year. All-state quarterback Sean Bedevelsky and Co. had seven three-and-out drives Read More…

Browns getting healthy

By SCOTT PETRAK Staff Writer BEREA — The Browns expect to be at their healthiest so far this season when they return from a bye week to face the Giants on ESPN’s Monday Night Football on Oct. 13. Receiver Donte Stallworth (quadricep) plans to play for the first time, and offensive lineman Ryan Tucker (hip) Read More…

Sheer’s will leads Colts

By RICK NOLAND Assistant Sports Editor MEDINA — Kyle Sheer scored on a 27-yard run and added a two-point conversion as the Medina Colts junior varsity defeated Highland Green 16-0 Saturday in Wadsworth Youth Football Association action. The Colts (3-2) also scored on a 34-yard pass from Casee Voss to Eric Vinborg, with Mitchell Fashian Read More…