October 5, 2015

Mostly clear

Select games will be streamed on WEOL.com

Day Date Game
Friday 10/10 Buckeye at Black River
Friday 10/17 Wellington at Buckeye
Friday 10/24 Brunswick at Strongsville
Friday 10/31 TBA

High school football: Highland falls in wild finish to Green

GRANGER TWP. — Few in attendance will forget the ride the Highland football team took during a 31-27 non-conference loss to Green on Friday. From an apparent game-winning touchdown with 2:53 remaining by Joe Wiencek to a questionable pass interference call on fourth down that prolonged the eventual game-winning drive for the Bulldogs (3-2), the Read More…

High school football: Another Friday night, another Buckeye blowout win

SHEFFIELD TWP. — It was another ho-hum night, another second-half running clock and another blowout win for the Buckeye football team. The most recent victim was Clearview, which was dominated 47-7 in a Patriot Athletic Conference cross-division game Friday night. The Bucks (5-0, 2-0) made it look easy again, overwhelming the Clippers (1-4, 0-2) and Read More…

High school football: Strongsville dominates Medina in GCC win


MEDINA — The Strongsville football team killed Medina with the pass in the first half, then buried the Bees with the run in the second. Completely dominating in every aspect, the Mustangs rolled to an impressive 42-19 Greater Cleveland Conference victory Friday night that left Medina coach Dan Sutherland shaking his head. “Maybe our kids Read More…

High school football: Cloverleaf coach clings to positives in loss to Norton

WESTFIELD TWP. — The golden opportunity was presented, but the Cloverleaf football team was forced to settle for the consolation prize of a silver lining. First-year coach Justin Vorhies stressed the positives Friday following a closer-than-it-appeared 40-19 loss to Norton in Portage Trail Conference Metro Division play. The Panthers (2-3, 1-1) were without standout tailback Read More…

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High school football: Black River takes early lead, doesn’t look back in PAC win over Brooklyn


SULLIVAN TWP. — Homecoming night may as well have been renamed Name The Score night at Art Stevenson Field. Longtime Black River football coach Al Young showed plenty of sportsmanship Friday, pulling his starters before the majorettes wowed the crowd with flaming batons at halftime of an impressive 58-14 victory over Brooklyn in Patriot Athletic Read More…

High school football: Buckeye too much for Fairview in PAC blowout


YORK TWP. — Buckeye’s Trevor Thome set a school record Friday with six touchdowns. He touched the ball on offense just seven times. And he exited the game for good with 10:05 left in the first half. It was that kind of night for Thome and the Bucks, who throttled Fairview 52-0 in Patriot Athletic Read More…

High school football: Brunswick blue, bedeviled in loss to Solon

SOLON — Big plays and momentum-killers left the Devils blue as Brunswick’s football team fell to Solon 44-7 Friday in the Greater Cleveland Conference opener. For Brunswick (0-4, 0-1), mistakes and miscues led to missed opportunities. The Blue Devils defense made stops and put Solon (3-1, 1-0) on its back foot before the Comets streaked Read More…

High school football: Medina makes statement by handing Elyria first loss

ELYRIA — Now might be a good time to jump on the Medina football bandwagon. A team that won two games last season, the Bees made a statement Friday when they knocked off previously unbeaten Elyria 31-14 in a Greater Cleveland Conference game that was all but over in the third quarter. “I think we Read More…

High school football: Highland gets late heroics to hold off Revere

  BATH TWP. — The Highland football team’s inability to put away an opponent nearly cost it again. The Hornets got some late-game heroics and a little luck Friday, holding off Revere 28-20 in a Suburban League American Division game. Highland (3-1, 1-0) had its way with the Minutemen (2-2, 0-1) for three quarters behind Read More…