October 25, 2014

Medina
Mostly sunny
63°F

Girls golf: Rom leads Bees to tourney title

Amanda Rom

AVON — It was fortunate for Medina High’s girls golf team that Amanda Rom got her act together quickly after a bad start. Rom started the 12th annual Ohio Girls Golf Foundation summer tournament at Avon Oaks with a triple bogey on her first hole (she started on the sixth hole in the shotgun start) Read More…

Baseball: Bees, Teachout are feeling good

Cory Teachout

ELYRIA — Cory Teachout had his biggest hit to break open a close game Wednesday, leading Medina’s baseball team to a 6-1 win over Elyria in Northeast Ohio Conference River Division action. Teachout’s one-out triple to deep right-center in the fifth inning scored Brian Letts to put the Bees (11-7, 6-2) up 2-0, and they Read More…

Colts give Middies scare

Jerry Rombach The Gazette EATON TWP. — For a boys basketball team that entered Friday with one win, Cloverleaf sure didn’t play the role of a loser in the opening round of the 13th Annual Bob DiFranco Holiday Tournament at Ed Kubuski Gym. The Colts gave Midview a mighty scare before falling 67-66 in a Read More…

Panthers rock-solid in five-inning win vs. Black River

Black River’s Tyler Sexton slides safely into third just before the tag of Elyria Catholic’s Ian Kovacs. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY CHUCK HUMEL)

ELYRIA — Hard as a rock. The band AC/DC made the phrase famous. Elyria Catholic’s Ryan Rock took it to a new level Wednesday. The senior right fielder pounded out two home runs, a double and drove in four runs as the Panthers defeated Black River 12-0 in a five-inning Cuyahoga Community College Division III Read More…

Golf: Pirates’ Logan Wolfe falls in playoffs

Logan Wolfe

ELYRIA — Buckeye’s Tyler Bogus left his chances to qualify out of the Forest Hills Division II Sectional on the way home. Meanwhile, Black River’s Logan Wolfe left playing bogey ball in a three-hole playoff for the fourth available spot. Bogus shot 83 Tuesday at the soggy track, which tied him for the fourth eligible Read More…

Softball: Bees give Pioneers fits before falling

Bobbi Langlois

ELYRIA — Medina’s softball team gave Elyria a mighty scare Wednesday. The Bees, however, faltered in the last two innings and lost 7-6 to the state’s second-ranked Division I team in Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division action. The game was originally scheduled for Medina, but the Bees’ diamond was too muddy, so it was switched Read More…

High school baseball: Black River puts a scare into Wildcats

Black River pitcher Jarrod Pierce delivers to the plate. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY CHUCK HUMEL)

SULLIVAN TWP. — Black River’s baseball team put a scare into Keystone in the final inning but couldn’t finish the job, losing 4-3 Thursday afternoon in a Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division game. Trailing 4-2, the Pirates (2-3, 2-1) put runners on first and second with one out in the bottom of the seventh after Read More…

Golf: Bucks nab title at Forest Hills

Jeff Haddad of Buckeye fires a 75 to lead the Bucks to the Elyria Division II Sectional title. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY CHUCK HUMEL)

ELYRIA — The Bucks may not stop here. Senior Jeff Haddad shot a 5­over-par 75 Wednesday to lead the Buckeye boys golf team to an Elyria Division II Sectional title at Forest Hills Golf Course. Buckeye shot 315 to qualify for the Ravenna District at Windmill Lakes on Tuesday, while Black River’s Mat Stuart carded Read More…

Volleyball: Buckeye forges split in Elyria

ELYRIA — The Buckeye volleyball team’s long undefeated streak finally ended, but it took a state-ranked Division I squad to do it Saturday night. The Bucks (10-1) split two matches of a tri­angular with Valley Forge at Elyria. They swept the Patriots 25-11, 25-10 before losing to 19th­ranked Elyria (8-2) 25-13, 25-17. Elyria beat Valley Read More…