December 19, 2014

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Umpire, official Bill Scott had unique style, touched many lives

Bill Scott

MEDINA — If you played baseball or basketball in the Medina area or had children who did so, chances are you came across Bill Scott. The longtime coach, umpire and official died suddenly Monday at the age of 72. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Carolynn, and children Jason, a Walsh Jesuit Read More…

Boys basketball: Black River proves it can handle bright lights in win over Brooklyn

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CLEVELAND — The magnitude of the moment wasn’t lost on senior shooting guard Alex McIntyre. The Black River boys basketball team was clinging to a single-digit lead over Brooklyn heading into the fourth quarter. The golden opportunity to grab its second Patriot Athletic Conference victory in 46 months was there for the taking. The catch Read More…

Boys basketball: Fun-loving Dillon Mullins keeps things loose for improved Cloverleaf

Cloverleaf center Dillon Mullins (42) pulls down a rebound between Keystone’s Jacob Miller, right, and Jake Bowers on Dec. 3, 2013. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

The first question posed to shooting guard Braedon Hansen, one half of Cloverleaf’s version of comic strip characters Mutt and Jeff, was what comes to mind when someone says “Dillon Mullins.” As most boys basketball fans know by now, Mullins is an old-school, back-to-the-basket center who is among the top scorers in the Suburban League. Read More…

High school football: Bob Lake ends second tenure as Cloverleaf coach

Recently resigned Bob Lake is Cloverleaf’s winningest football coach. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

WESTFIELD TWP. — With his plan fulfilled, Bob Lake has stepped aside as the coach of Cloverleaf’s football team. The winningest coach in school history with a 67-102 record, Lake came in to help when the Colts needed him the most. Without the ability to hire a full-time teacher in 2012, Cloverleaf looked to Lake, Read More…

Scott the stopper

Highland's Brogan Scott puts up a shot against Wadsworth's Joel Kipfer (21) and Nick Hewitt during the second quarter. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

    WADSWORTH — Thirty years from now, Brogan Scott will be remembered as one of the elite scorers in Highland boys basketball history. Should the Hornets repeat as Suburban League champions, his teammates will recall fondly what he did at the other end of the court Friday against archrival Wadsworth. Guarding center Joel Kipfer Read More…

Cold quarter spells trouble for Pirates

OBERLIN — One cold quarter iced the Black River boys basketball team Friday night. Up 14 at halftime, the Pirates scored eight points in the third quarter and couldn’t overtake Oberlin in the fourth, falling 58-53 in the Patriot Athletic Conference cross-division opener for both teams. “We’re just going to have to go out (tonight) Read More…

Sitting in a good position

Brunswick Josh Heil takes down Seth Hogue from Reynolds High School in Oregon during their match at 132 lbs. Photo by Aaron Josefczyk

  CUYAHOGA FALLS — Noah Baughman only knows the stories of the past when now assistant coach Brad Squire won the Ironman Tournament for Wadsworth’s wrestling team. Entering Day 2 of arguably the best invitational in the nation this morning, the returning state champion still has a chance to join Squire as the only wrestler Read More…

Colts still learning to play a complete game

COPLEY TWP. — Find Dillon Mullins, make free throws, limit turnovers and prevent easy buckets. The Cloverleaf boys basketball team did some nice things when it executed its game plan, but the Colts didn’t do that nearly enough Friday in a 66-46 Suburban League loss to Copley. Down as many as 15 in the first Read More…

Bucks win game at stripe

LORAIN — Free throws aren’t free. You still have to make them. The Buckeye boy’s basketball team earned more trips to the charity stripe and converted its chances Friday to eek out a 63-61 over Clearview in the Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division opener. The Bucks (1-2, 1-0) had to overcome a hot start from Read More…

Grizzlies run by Colts

Albert Grindle The Gazette WADSWORTH — Jodi Johnson, Laurel Palitto and Co. channeled their inner Dixie Chick on Wednesday to put away a pesky opponent. Like the 1999 song that reached No. 2 on the country charts, the Wadsworth girls basketball players were “Ready to Run” in the third quarter of a 63-35 Suburban League Read More…