September 20, 2014

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High School Football: Brunswick at Hudson

Brunswick's Gary Clift makes a great catch with Hudson's Matt Restilo defending during the second quarter. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

  HUDSON — University of Toledo football coach Matt Campbell will be pleased to hear the latest update about his prized quarterback recruit. In what was expected to be a toe-to-toe Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division showdown between the fourth- and fifth-ranked Division I teams in Ohio, Mitchell Guadagni and Hudson left no doubt Friday Read More…

High School Football: Nordonia at Highland

Highland's Grant Wallace runs away from Nordonia's Noah Pennypacker for a touchdown in the first quarter. Photo by Judd Smerglia

  GRANGER TWP. — The Nordonia football team’s four-headed monster of quarterback David Murray and wide receivers Denzel Ward, Dylan Mabin and Alex Alders is dangerous enough. Throw in some self-inflected wounds and defending Suburban League champion Highland had no chance Friday, dropping its league opener 44-21. The Hornets (2-2, 0-1), who have now dropped Read More…

High School Football: Cloverleaf at Revere

BATH TWP. — The Cloverleaf football team could not find footing Friday in a 42-14 Suburban League loss to Revere. Struggling on the ground and in the air, the Colts managed only 132 yards passing and minus-2 rushing. Revere sacked Garrison Flora four times, and Flora also threw four interceptions. “Revere is a good team,” Read More…

High School Football: Wadsworth at Tallmadge

TALLMADGE — The defeats that hurt most are often those to which the tired old clichés apply. Such as: “You can’t turn over the football against a good team like that and expect to win.” That old saying must have occurred to numerous Wadsworth players and coaches after the Grizzlies’ 13-7 loss to Tallmadge on Read More…

High School Football: Black River at Lutheran West

ROCKY RIVER — Behind its best defensive performance of the season, the Black River football team knocked off Lutheran West 32-24 in a Patriot Athletic Conference cross-divisional game Friday. The Pirates (2-2, 1-0) could have broken early and held true to their sieve-like defense after a rough start, but got things together to hold on Read More…

High School Football: Oberlin at Buckeye

YORK TWP. — As Buckeye’s football team walked off the field after a 55-16 thrashing of Oberlin, Braeden Stauffer helped carry some equipment into the locker room. You would never know the sophomore scored a touchdown he will never forget. Stauffer’s first career score in the closing seconds — an exclamation point on an easy Read More…

High School Football: Garfield Heights at Medina

MEDINA — The Medina football team came into its game against Garfield Heights on Friday in search of significant defensive improvement. What the Bees delivered, however, was not what they had planned in losing 28-27 in Northeast Ohio Conference cross-division play. It was feast or famine for the Medina defense. It held the Bulldogs to Read More…

Week 4 Medina County High School Football Scores

"Wadsworth's Medina's during the  quarter. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)"

It’s Week 4 of high school football, and we’ve got you covered for Medina County 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 get them. Do you have a score update that we haven’t posted yet? Post it Read More…

High school football: Hudson, Brunswick ready for NOC Valley opener

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Buy a ticket early, hit the concession stand and settle in. This will be worth the price of admission. Not many Week 4 games come with this much hoopla: Undefeated Hudson against undefeated Brunswick tonight in the Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division opener. If The Associated Press Division I state poll is to be believed, Read More…

High School Football: Manchester at Black River

Black River quarterback Vernon Beard throws as he is hit by Manchester Linebacker Mason Nist during the first quarter. Photo by Aaron Josefczyk

SULLIVAN TWP. — The last in a long series of memorable games between the Black River and Manchester football teams ended in the Panthers’ favor Friday night. What seemed like a close game on paper was anything but, as Manchester ran away with a 51-28 victory. For coach Al Young’s Pirates, there won’t be any Read More…