November 25, 2014

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High School Football: Elyria at Medina

Medina quarterback Collin Minor whips the ball past the pressure of Elyria's Simeon Lawrence in the second quarter Friday night. Photo by Judd Smerglia

  MEDINA — The Medina football team’s season ended Friday night with a familiar plot. The Bees stayed within reach for much of the game, but couldn’t keep up with a potent opponent keyed by a juggernaut offense. Playoff-bound Elyria had 559 yards total offense despite a steady rain and rolled to a 50-20 win Read More…

High School Football: Nordonia at Wadsworth

WADSWORTH — Wadsworth football coach Greg Dennison and wide receiver/defensive back Austin White knew there were things the Grizzlies could have done better, but they also acknowledged the greatness of Nordonia. The big, strong and very fast Knights staged a clinic Friday, putting the finishing touches on an undefeated regular season with an impressive 41-7 Read More…

High School Football: Keystone at Black River

SULLIVAN TWP. — The Keystone football team’s quest for its first playoff appearance didn’t last long. In fact, the Wildcats needed just 4:51 to wrap that up Friday in a 54-20 Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division win over Black River. Those 291 seconds were jam-packed with action, as Keystone (8-2, 4-1) blitzed the Pirates (4-6, Read More…

High School Football: Highland at Cloverleaf

WESTFIELD TWP. — Two high school football teams headed in opposite directions met as conference rivals for the last time Friday night. The result was expected. Highland and Cloverleaf lined up across from each other for the final time as Suburban League foes and the Hornets walked away with a convincing 41-0 victory. The Colts Read More…

High School Football: Buckeye at Firelands

HENRIETTA TWP. — Trevor Thome’s ability to make opposing defenses miss has made him one of the premier running backs in the area. That trend continued Friday night, as the Buckeye junior answered the call by finding the end zone three times to help the Bucks to a 28-7 Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division road Read More…

Week 10 Medina County High School Football Scores

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It’s the last week of regular season high school football. We’ve got you covered for Medina County’s Week 10 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 Read More…

State cross country preview: Interesting race features Carlee Rhoads

It all comes to this. The best runners in the state will converge on National Trail Raceway in Hebron for the state meets Saturday. Medina County will be well represented with two teams and eight individuals competing among five races. Every county school will have at least one runner participating. One of the big storylines Read More…

Volleyball: Balance key for Devils against taller Kenston

Olivia Krivanek and state-ranked Brunswick will play Kenston in a Division I regional semifinal. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

BRECKSVILLE — Ally Badowski, Julia Holden, Gina Yurik, Olivia Krivanek and Amanda Lessman are all capable of taking over a match for Brunswick’s volleyball team. Setters Erika Overton and Molly Grzybowski make sure they have the opportunity to do so, feeding their hottest hitters at all times. The fundamentally sound strategy has led the Blue Read More…

Volleyball: Improved Grizzlies set for semis rematch with powerful Hudson

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HUDSON — By all rights, this should have been a rebuilding year for Wadsworth’s volleyball team. Olivia Fortner, Jenna Oplinger, Rachel Pressley and Maria Sansonetti, however, refused to let that occur. The seniors provided the backbone and resolve as the Grizzlies became the first squad in Medina County history to win three consecutive district championships. Read More…

Cross country: Medina County goes 1-2-3 in D-I girls race

TIFFIN — Saturday proved to be a good day for Medina County cross country at the Tiffin Regional. Two teams and six individuals moved on to the state meet. The biggest haul came in the Division I girls race. Highland’s Carlee Rhoads took control early with Brunswick’s Rebecca Craddock settling into second. Brunswick’s Vanessa Pasadyn, Read More…