October 23, 2014

Medina
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Tennis roundup: Colts cruise on

WESTFIELD TWP. —Singles standouts Ethan Dunbar, Parker Hewit and Jarred Gable continued their season-long domination Tuesday in leading Cloverleaf’s boys tennis team to a 3-2 non-league victory over Norton. Dunbar, Hewit and Gable all won their matches by 6-0, 6-0 scores one day after each claimed Suburban League individual titles — and propelled the Colts Read More…

Brunswick hoops camps return

BRUNSWICK — The annual Blue Devils Boys Basketball Camps return to Brunswick High this summer. Campers in grades 3-5 will take the court from June 9-12, while grades 6-8 compete from July 14-17. Blue Devils head coach Joe Mackey is the camp director, while Tom Harrington and Kevin Braaten from the high school staff will Read More…

Tennis roundup: Colts earn share of SL crown

MEDINA — Cloverleaf’s boys tennis team made school history Monday by earning a share of its first Suburban League championship. The Colts finished second to Green by a single point at the SL Tournament in Medina, but tied for first in the overall conference standings as a result of winning the regular-season title. “We’re thrilled Read More…

Softball roundup: Browne delivers one-hitter

WESTFIELD TWP. — Cloverleaf pitcher Jessica Browne tossed a one-hit shutout to lead the Colts to a 2-0 non-league win over Akron Firestone Friday. Browne (10-9) went the distance allowing just a fourth inning single. She walked two and struckout 14. Dallas Czerwieniec had an RBI single for the Colts (11-9) in the third and Read More…

Softball roundup: Smith enters homer parade

AKRON — There must be something in the Medina County air because for the third consecutive day, an area softball or baseball player hit a pair of home runs in a game. This time it was Cloverleaf softball player Lindsay Smith, who uncorked a pair of dingers to lead the Colts past Akron Our Lady Read More…

Tennis roundup: Medina shoots Comets

MEDINA — The Medina boys tennis team had an easy time of it beating Akron Coventry in non-league play Thursday 5-0. Andrew Baker, Zach Peters and Liam McLaughlin picked up singles victories. Lucas Walters and Chris Haslem and Clint Lehotan and Jordan Johnston notched doubles wins. The Bees improve to 9-6. In other matches:   Stow Read More…

Local brief: Everetts gets a hole-in-one

MONTVILLE TWP. — Barry Everetts of Medina recorded the first hole-in-one of the season at Ridge Top Golf Course Thursday. Everetts made his ace on the par 3 136-yard 18th hole using a sand wedge.

Junior roundup: Bees surprise Grizzlies

WADSWORTH — The Medina junior varsity baseball team pulled off a 4-3 stunner Thursday against Wadsworth. Matt Gravel got the pitching win. Logan Goehler went 2-for-3 with a RBI single and Jay Abel had a double and two RBI for the Bees. Medina improves to 7-5, while Wadsworth fell to 13-2. In another game:   Read More…

Baseball roundup: Bucks’ Oddo has a blast

YORK TWP. — Apparently Brad Oddo might have something against the Buckeye Library that stands more than 400 feet away from Buckeye’s baseball field. Reason being the senior uncorked not one, but two moonshots in the purple and gray building’s direction to lead the Bucks baseball team to a 14-4 mercy-rule decision over Brooklyn. Oddo Read More…

Softball roundup: Browne hurls perfect gem and Butcher no-hits the Hurricanes

WESTFIELD TWP. — It may never happen again in her lifetime, but for one day Cloverleaf softball player Jessie Browne had her first named changed to “Perfect.” Not literally, of course. Browne tossed her first career perfect game Wednesday, leading the Colts to a 10-0 mercy-rule victory over Akron Kenmore. The fireballing sophomore was nearly Read More…