October 22, 2014

Medina
Mostly cloudy
45°F

Second-half meltdown vs. Kings leaves Cavs with another loss

CLEVELAND – The Cavaliers unraveled faster than a Halloween mummy costume made out of toilet paper.
Up as many as 16 in the first half, Cleveland imploded in the second and lost 107-104 to the Sacramento Kings on Saturday night at Quicken Loans Arena.
“You should put your foot on the gas even more, put your foot [...] Read More…

Colts ride Vujanov express to victory

WESTFIELD TWP. — Not in his wildest dreams did Cloverleaf running back Grant Vujanov expect the game he put together Friday night. In his final prep game, the senior registered the third-highest single-game rushing total in school history and scored four times as Cloverleaf crushed Highland 45-7 at Gene Clark Stadium. “I can’t even describe Read More…

More than a dream ending

Mason Schreck took a knee, the final seconds ticked off the clock and hundreds of Medina students stormed out of the end zone bleachers Friday night to celebrate their football team’s 14-13 win over Brunswick at Kenneth Dukes Stadium. First-year Bees coach Larry Laird and his players loved every minute of it, but they’re also Read More…

Bees figure to be in playoffs

MEDINA — With its season on the line, Medina’s football team didn’t turn to star running back Jason Suggs or even its tried-and-true defense. With 1:25 left and Medina clinging to a 14-13 lead against rival Brunswick, the 12th man came through with flying colors. A deafening crowd at his back, Bees coach Larry Laird’s Read More…

Lodi may switch dispatchers

LODI — The village is exploring ways to cut down on its cost for dispatch services, which could lead to contracting with Wadsworth instead of the Medina County Sheriff’s Office. Mayor Dan Goodrow said Lodi pays about $47,000 a year for dispatch services provided by the Sheriff’s Office, a “serious spike” since 2007, he said. Read More…

Launching a practical physics lesson

MEDINA — Students practiced the art of hurling pumpkins Friday and in the process learned about physics during the eighth annual Pumpkin Launch at Medina High School. Eighteen teams composed of juniors and seniors entered this year’s competition. Each team had to construct its own trebuchet, a contraption similar to a catapult. The trebuchet used Read More…

Village may end planning panel

LODI — Village Council is moving forward with plans to dissolve the Planning Commission and place its duties into the hands of Council’s Planning and Zoning Committee. Council President John Carpenter said after no one except Council members attended a public hearing on the issue Oct. 1, he decided to introduce an ordinance to switch Read More…

Man jailed after alleged assault on teen girl

MONTVILLE TWP. — An 18-year-old Medina man is in jail on an aggravated burglary charge for allegedly assaulting a teenage girl earlier this month. Sgt. Terry Grice said officers responded to the 6300 block of Highland Green the morning of Oct. 17 after the girl reportedly ran to a neighbor’s home and the neighbor called Read More…

Obituaries for October 30, 2010

Carol F. Kutz Read the full obituaries on The Medina-Gazette E-edition at: http://wp2.medina-gazette.com/GazettEdition/

Prep football scores

Medina 14, Brunswick 13 Cloverleaf 45, Highland 7 Black River 54, Brooklyn 21 Buckeye 14, Keystone 3 Wadsworth 41, Barberton 10