February 13, 2016

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High school basketball: Highland takes tough loss to Hudson

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GRANGER TWP. — Another tough opponent, another hard-fought game, another loss. Four days after taking undefeated Copley to overtime, Highland’s boys basketball battled another strong foe through four quarters. At the end, Hudson proved too much and won the non-league game 58-51. Playing from behind, Highland (11-8) tried the long ball in the fourth quarter Read More…

High school basketball: Brunswick in GCC driver’s seat after win over Medina — and Elyria loss

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BRUNSWICK — The beach bum-themed Brunswick student section poured into the locker room on Cloud 9, ready to get rowdy with its boys basketball players Tuesday night after one of the biggest regular-season wins in recent memory. The mosh pit didn’t take long to commence, and everyone who crammed in chanted the new sole leader Read More…

Noland: Brunswick-Medina matchup headlines great night for county basketball

It was, as Brunswick boys basketball coach Joe Mackey said, a great night for Medina County. There was a packed house of 1,050 fans in Brunswick’s one-sided, undersized gym, with barely a seat available when the junior varsity game tipped off shortly after 6 p.m. There were two raucous student sections, Medina going farmer get-up Read More…

High school basketball: Medina, Brunswick to play tonight to break GCC first-place tie

BRUNSWICK — Get ready for the biggest Medina County boys basketball showdown in more than a decade. Medina vs. Brunswick. Archrivals playing their guts out in a sold-out, one-sided gym. Plenty of deserved hype. A three-way tie with Elyria atop the Greater Cleveland Conference will be broken. Short of a winner-take-all scenario, tonight can’t get Read More…

High school basketball: Medina, Brunswick top seeds in Copley D-I district

COPLEY TWP. — The unpredictable Copley Division I District boys basketball draw ended up with Brunswick and Medina on top. Top-seeded Blue Devils coach Joe Mackey appreciated the respect and Bees counterpart Chris Hassinger will use, in a small form, the No. 2 seed as motivation, but both stated the obvious Sunday: Numbers mean nothing Read More…