October 1, 2014

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Reisner runs over Raiders

By KENNETH L. COLEMAN Special to The Gazette YORK TWP. — Cory Reisner played the type of game that most players only dream about during ninth period on game day. The senior running back rushed for 302 yards and five touchdowns on only 10 carries in Buckeye’s 62-21 Patriot Athletic Conference win over Columbia. Reisner Read More…

Reisner rushes for 302 yards

By KENNETH L. COLEMAN Special to The Gazette YORK TWP. — Cory Reisner played the type of game that most players only dream about during ninth period on game day. The senior running back rushed for 302 yards and five touchdowns on only 10 carries in Buckeye’s 62-21 Patriot Athletic Conference win over Columbia. Reisner Read More…

Strongsville empties the kitchen sink

By KENNETH COLEMAN Special to The Gazette MEDINA — Sometimes outcomes turn out differently than predictions, but that wasn’t the case for Medina’s football team Friday against Strongsville. As expected, the heavily favored Mustangs spoiled Medina’s homecoming celebration en route to a 42-7 Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division win. The Mustangs (5-1, 1-0) jumped on Read More…

Sluggish Colts stop Highland

By KENNETH L. COLEMAN Special to The Gazette WESTFIELD TWP. — Cloverleaf’s girls volleyball team recovered from a slow start and some lethargic play to fend off a pesky Highland team 25-21, 25-15, 25-18 during Suburban League action Tuesday. Playing in its first match since a huge win over Wadsworth in last week’s SL showdown, Read More…

Bees bottle arcs for first triumph

By KENNETH L. COLEMAN Special to The Gazette MEDINA — Something had to give when the Medina and Brush football teams did battle on Friday night. Both entered the contest winless, and it was the Bees who earned their first taste of success with a 22-0 Northeast Ohio Conference cross-division victory. A slow first half Read More…

Hudson steps up in the second half

By KENNETH L. COLEMAN Special to The Gazette MEDINA — It came down to one team turning it up a notch as Hudson’s boys soccer team stepped up big in the second half Tuesday to defeat Medina 4-1. Behind three unanswered second-half goals, the Explorers (2-3-1, 1-0) pulled away from the Bees (2-4-1, 0-1) to Read More…

Hoop & Que returns on Saturday and Sunday

MEDINA — Medina’s Ray Mellert Park will be rocking again when the fifth annual Hoop & Que makes its return on Saturday and Sunday. The community-oriented event features a 4-on-4 basketball tournament, in addition to a best barbeque contest, arts and crafts and live music. Now in its fifth year, the Hoop & Que is the Read More…