Archive for September 24th, 2013
Kenny Wilder, Medina
Senior safety returned two interceptions for touchdowns om Bees 33-26 Northeast Ohio Conference cross-division victory over Garfield Heights. … First pick-six covered 60 yards in second quarter. … Clinched game with 65-yarder in fourth quarter. … Averaged 39.8 yards on five punts.
Collin Zuk, Cloverleaf
Senior midfielder scored four goals as …Read More
MEDINA — Three cases were delayed Monday in Medina County Common Pleas Court because Judge Christopher J. Collier was out sick.
• The change of plea hearing for an accused methamphetamine dealer was pushed back. Stacie Simon, 28, of Barberton, is charged with illegal manufacture and possession of meth, second- and third-degree felonies. If she’s convicted, she …Read More
MEDINA — A judge dismissed a felony case against a 40-year-old Burbank man who was found incompetent to stand trial last week for the third time since 1996.
Eugene A. Riffle was accused of having a stolen GMC Safari in June.
Riffle was charged with receiving a stolen motor vehicle, a fourth-degree felony punishable by …Read More
If you’re being defended by Medina’s Holly Rhodes, you know two things right off the bat: You must be an exceptional player and you will not be getting many opportunities that night to show it.
The senior back has made a habit of shutting down some of the top players in the state.
It started …Read More
COLUMBUS — Opponents of a state law that effectively bans storefront sweepstakes parlors fell far short Monday of the signatures needed to place a repeal request on the November 2014 ballot.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted found only 160,000 of the nearly 434,000 signatures submitted by the Committee to Protect Ohio Jobs were valid. That’s …Read More
Medina goalkeeper Dean McNeil knew right away that playing a field position was not for him. Not by a long shot.
“It wasn’t pretty,” McNeil said of his play on the field. “If …Read More
BEREA — Coach Rob Chudzinski loved quarterback Brian Hoyer’s resilience and called his performance against the Vikings “gutsy,” but wasn’t ready to name him the starter for Sunday’s matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals.
“I just want to have all of the information,” Chudzinski said Monday. “That’s how we did it last week. We’ll look at it …Read More
MEDINA — More than 200 veterans have knocked on the county recorder’s door since Saturday to get ID cards documenting their service in the military.
Medina County has joined several other Northeast Ohio counties in issuing veterans identification cards that entitle them to discounts at area businesses and restaurants.
LAKE TWP. — The time has come to clear room for a new banner in the Brunswick High gymnasium.
The Blue Devils boys golf team completed a historic journey Monday at the Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division Tournament, as it won the hotly contested event with a 323 to secure the overall championship.
The crown …Read More
BEREA — Some coaches need the perfect scenario to take a risk.
Not Rob Chudzinski. He just needs an opportunity.
Chudzinski is a gambling man by nature and it was on display repeatedly Sunday during a 31-27 win in Minnesota. Bad field position, clock concerns, leading, trailing, it didn’t matter. Cleveland’s rookie coach was ready to …Read More