January 29, 2015


Congrats to all the Student Athletes!

Unbeaten Green rolls

WESTFIELD TWP. — When it rains, it pours. The Green boys basketball team rained down 3-pointers and the points poured Friday in a 90-49 win over Cloverleaf in Suburban League play. The Bulldogs (11-0, 6-0) continued their unbeaten streak, while Cloverleaf fell to 3-8, 0-7. “We locked into focus early in the game,” Green coach Read More…

Wadsworth’s ‘D’ burns Devils

TALLMADGE — The visiting Wadsworth boys basketball team turned up its defensive intensity in the second half Friday to stifle Tallmadge 53-36 in an important Suburban League game. With time winding down in the first half, senior center Joel Kipfer swiped an entry pass intended for Tallmadge senior forward Andrew Francesconi and broke away for Read More…

Boys Basketball: Unbeaten Lorain battles its way past Medina for 71-65 win


MEDINA — The enemy crosshairs have yet to zero in. Coach John Rositano has said it before, and he said it again Tuesday: His undefeated Lorain team, which is ranked ninth in The Associated Press Division I state poll, has a target on its back. Medina, featuring 7-foot Michigan recruit Jon Teske, was the latest Read More…

Boys basketball: Garfield Heights hands Brunswick first loss

Brunswick junior Kevin Simmons attempts to put up a shot around the defense of Garfield Hts Willie Jackson during the second half. Photo by Aaron Josefczyk

BRUNSWICK — Joe Mackey leaned against the locker room wall. The frustration in the Brunswick boys basketball coach’s voice was crystal clear. The Blue Devils allowed a mere 36 points — and lost. Garfield Heights, ranked seventh in The Associated Press Division I state poll, wore down previously undefeated Brunswick with aggressive man defense Friday Read More…

Boys basketball: Highland Hornets stay on scoring spree

Highland's Brogan Scott shoots over Cloverleaf's Andrew Jarrett during the first quarter. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

WESTFIELD TWP. — When a number of this season’s top scoring players in Medina County take the same court, there’s bound to be a scoring showdown. The Highland and Cloverleaf boys basketball teams didn’t disappoint Friday night, as seven players reached double digits in the Suburban League contest. Deciding the winner, however, came down to Read More…