Archive for October 26th, 2013
Highland’s Myles Houska celebrates a 28-25 win over Nordonia. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)
MACEDONIA — It was the performance of a lifetime for 42 minutes.
The Highland football team’s defense isn’t known for its overpowering size or big-time names. It relies on …Read More
LaGRANGE — For a split second, it appeared there would be a second overtime Friday night.
On a high snap following Buckeye’s game-tying touchdown, holder Nathan Polidori grabbed the ball and rolled out to his right. He was met by a scrum of Keystone defenders at around the 1-yard line.
Before Polidori was ruled down, …Read More
WESTFIELD TWP. — The game pitted two football teams at the bottom of the Suburban League, but there were playoff ramifications on the line.
In the end, Revere dashed the …Read More
SULLIVAN TWP. — In the hit television show “Duck Dynasty,” when a member of the Roberston family walks away from the group and doesn’t come back, the phrase “He gone” is usually uttered.
When Black River running back Andrew Vaughn hits the corner or breaks through the line, opposing coaches have to be thinking …Read More
WADSWORTH — With the game scoreless entering the fourth quarter, the optimist would say it was a defensive dogfight. In reality, the lack of scoring was due to two offenses that couldn’t make the big play.
The first three quarters between the Wadsworth and Tallmadge football teams left little to brag about, but, as …Read More
MEDINA — It was like a bad dream for Medina football coach Dan Sutherland on Friday night.
Every time the Bees gained a little bit of momentum, they were halted by a yellow …Read More
BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick football team is on the verge of returning to the playoffs for the first time since 2009.
The Blue Devils sacked Strongsville quarterback Bobby Cole six times Friday night, including a game-clinching putdown with 1:16 left, to beat the Mustangs 28-25 in Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division action.
Brunswick (6-3, 2-2) …Read More