May 28, 2016

Medina
Intermittent clouds
84°F
 

Congrats to all the Student Athletes!

Moser leaves Hornets

GRANGER TWP. — Mike Moser saw another opportunity to go home and took it. The 37-year-old Wadsworth native and resident resigned this week as Highland girls basketball coach, ending a two-year run at Medina County’s most unstable program to make a second stint as an assistant to Grizzlies boys coach Mike Schmeltzer Jr. Moser compiled Read More…

All-Ohio: Medina’s Teske named to first team

Jon Teske joined elite company Wednesday when the Division I All-Ohio teams were released by The Associated Press, as the 7-foot-1 Medina senior was named to the first team. Teske joined future University of Michigan teammate and Mr. Basketball winner Xavier Simpson of Lima Senior, Northland’s Seth Towns (Harvard), Massillon Jackson’s Kyle Young (ESPN four-star Read More…

High school basketball: Cebula has MVP evening in boys Hoopla game

MEDINA — Zach Cebula made Hoopla history in the 27th annual edition of the Medina County Senior All-Star Game sponsored by the Brunswick Rotary. The Brunswick sharpshooter buried a record-setting six 3-pointers and scored 22 points Tuesday, earning MVP honors as the Dark team rolled to a 96-59 victory over the Light in the boys Read More…

High school basketball: Benner has blast, pours in points to lead forces of Light in All-Star Hoopla

MEDINA — I scream, you scream, we all scream for (Farrah to get) ice cream. Tuesday was a good night to be Brunswick small forward Farrah Benner. The Lake Erie signee won the 3-point contest, then pumped in 23 points to lead the Light team (Buckeye/Brunswick/Medina) past the Dark team (Cloverleaf/Highland) 45-34 in the “Hoopla” Read More…

‘It got really real’: State title finally sinking in as Wadsworth girls get back to school

Laurel Palitto was in her bedroom Sunday night, busy texting her closest friends about a speech she had to give at a pep assembly the next morning. One by one, her mom, dad and older sister and brother came in to congratulate her. Finally, around 12:30 a.m. Monday, her door closed for good. After a Read More…