October 30, 2014

Medina
Intermittent clouds
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Grizzlies’ SL, playoff hopes dealt blow

Ho Hoffman The Gazette WADSWORTH — In a football game that had major playoff implications, Green saw its chances improve and Wadsworth went bust with a 21-9 homecoming loss. The teams entered with identical 4-2, 2-1 records and sitting 11th and 12th, respectively, in the Division 1, Region 2 computer ratings. In addition, the winner Read More…

Girls soccer: Buckeye gets past pesky Colts

Jordan Davis

WESTFIELD TWP. — Kate D’Amico’s goal with 16:42 remaining Monday not only gave Buckeye’s girls soccer team a hard-fought 1-0 non-conference victory over Cloverleaf, but it also allowed the Bucks to get their dancing shoes on early. “I told the team at halftime, if they didn’t get their act together and win this game, we Read More…

Hornets find their soccer mojo

Logan Davis

WESTFIELD TWP. — Highland’s boys soccer team put on a clinic Tuesday night in besting Cloverleaf 6-0 in Suburban League action. The Hornets (7-1, 3-1-0) clicked on all cylinders, and they did it all over the field in all facets of the game. “This was the first time this season we had everyone back and Read More…

Bucks bust through

Buckeye's Rick Monroe brings down Brooklyn receiver Alex Sommers to deny a touchdown. (Judd Smerglia/ Gazette)

Ho Hoffman The Gazette YORK TWP. — Score one for senior pride. Forget the X’s and O’s and all the neat plays, the Buckeye football team’s 21-14 Patriot Athletic Conference cross-division victory over visiting Brooklyn was the result of pride. Trailing 14-7 at halftime with the Hurricanes offense appearing like it could do anything it Read More…

Defense is key for Medina

Ho Hoffman The Gazette MEDINA — The Medina football team’s defensive players looked like bounty hunters Friday night in the season opener, the payoff being a 10-0 victory over Garfield Heights in a Northeast Ohio Conference cross-division game. “This is the way we are going to play every game this year,’’ safety and leading head Read More…

Wadsworth boys can’t keep up with Barberton

WADSWORTH — The Wadsworth boys basketball team suffered through a fourth-quarter meltdown Tuesday night, losing to Barberton 68-53 in non-conference play. The Grizzlies (5-5) entered the final period with a slim lead and Tyler Perry (7 points, 4 rebounds) upped the margin to 42-39, but the bottom fell out as the Magics outscored Wadsworth 29-11 Read More…