October 23, 2014

Medina
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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: Medina at Strongsville

STRONGSVILLE — When it rains like it did Friday night, it’s best to make sure all the windows are closed. When your football team is playing against a squad averaging four touchdowns per game, it’s a very good idea to safeguard against any holes on offense or defense. Medina played Strongsville tight for the better Read More…

High School Football: Buckeye at Brookside

SHEFFIELD — To say the Buckeye football team is on a roll would be an understatement. The Bucks rolled over Brookside like a herd of hungry deer over a one-foot fence into an unguarded corn field. Buckeye crushed the Cardinals 62-13 in its Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division opener Friday night. The Bucks (4-2, 1-0) Read More…

High School Football: Copley at Highland

Highland's Grant Wallace hops through a hole in the Copley defense in the first quarter friday night. Photo by: Judd Smerglia

  GRANGER TWP. — The Highland football team ran 57 plays Friday. Fifty-six of them were runs, literally. Dominating up front on both sides of the ball in a game played on a very muddy field and in a steady rain for much of the night, the Hornets picked up valuable computer points with an Read More…

Week 6 Medina County High School Football Scores

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It’s hard to believe the high school football season is halfway over. But there’s still plenty of football left to play, and we’ve got you covered for Medina County Week 6 scores. If you’re interested in Lorain County scores, head over to our sister paper, The Chronicle-Telegram. We’ll keep this page updated with scores as we Read More…

Football: Black River junior Dalton Toth was revelation for attack

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At the high school football season’s midway point, Dalton Toth leads Medina County with 796 rushing yards. Feel free to ask, “Who?” Not even the Black River football team could have predicted the junior running back’s remarkable start as it heads into its Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division opener tonight at rival Wellington. “I was Read More…

Knights have too much firepower for Colts

John Urchek The Gazette MACEDONIA — Despite its best effort, the Cloverleaf football team could not spoil homecoming for Nordonia on Friday. Ranked ninth in The Associated Press Division II poll, the Knights scored touchdowns on five of their six first-half possessions to come away with a 34-0 Suburban League victory. “They’re a good football Read More…

Bees suffer another one-point loss

Chad Grant The Gazette NORTH ROYALTON — It has been a rough couple of weeks for the Medina football team. For the second consecutive week, the Bees dropped a heartbreaking one-point game, this time 21-20 to winless North Royalton on Friday. The Bees (1-4, 0-1), who lost to Garfield Heights 28-27 last week, met their Read More…

Pirates win another wacky game

Black River's David Bell breaks through the line for a 55 yard touchdown run in the first quarter Friday night against Clearview. (JUDD SMERGLIA / PHOTO)

Dan Brown The Gazette SULLIVAN TWP. — If you would’ve told coach Al Young his Black River football team would finish its game with Clearview on Friday without its starting quarterback and top running back, he probably would have thought his chances of winning were slim. But behind the legs of Dalton Toth, the Pirates Read More…

‘The Quiet Storm’ makes noise

Buckeye quareterback Nathan Pollidori scrambles away from Lutheran Wests Nickolas Kessel in the first quarter. (AARON JOSEFCZYK)

Brad Bournival The Gazette YORK TWP. — “The Quiet Storm” whipped around Edwin Steingass Field like a cyclone Friday. If he keeps up the pace, Nathan Scott might reach typhoon status by the time the season is over. A wide receiver employed quite a bit in the Buckeye football team’s run scheme, the junior had Read More…

Devils get sweet homecoming victory

Jonathan Huff The Gazette BRUNSWICK — It was all one-way traffic for the Brunswick football team. The Blue Devils responded to their first loss with focus and ruthlessness Friday, beating Normandy 42-0 in Northeast Ohio Conference cross-division play. Running back Jacob Martin led the offense in the homecoming game with 11 carries, 139 yards and Read More…