April 19, 2015

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Congrats to all the Student Athletes!

Regional girls basketball: Wadsworth falls to Toledo Notre Dame for fourth straight season

Wadsworth’s Kaile Pappas dribbles against Notre Dame Academy’s Dorian Miller. (AARON JOSEFCZYK / GAZETTE)

NORWALK — A handful of microscopic missteps assured the hill remained too steep. The Wadsworth girls basketball players rode the bus home from Norwalk thinking of the what-if moments Saturday after falling to Toledo Notre Dame Academy 42-37 in a Division I regional championship game. The nightmare wouldn’t end, as the Eagles (26-2) have defeated Read More…

Regional girls basketball: Grizzlies don’t rebuild, they reload

NORWALK — By all rights, this should have been a rebuilding year for Wadsworth’s girls basketball team. The Grizzlies, however, don’t believe in the concept, which is why they have been one of Ohio’s elite programs for more than two decades. It’s also why Wadsworth’s 42-37 loss to Toledo Notre Dame in the Norwalk Division Read More…

OHSAA Tournament: Medina boys win district hoops title

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COPLEY TWP. — Medina’s boys basketball team is headed to the Sweet 16 of the OHSAA Tournament. Junior center Jon Teske made a short hook shot with 20 seconds left on Saturday night, giving the Bees a 45-43 victory over Massillon Jackson in the Copley Division I District championship. The game-winning hoop capped a dominant Read More…

OHSAA Tournament: Toledo Notre Dame edges Wadsworth

NORWALK – Wadsworth’s girls basketball team played in its fourth straight Norwalk Division I Regional final on Saturday afternoon. And for the fourth year in a row, Toledo Notre Dame ended the Grizzlies’ postseason run in the Elite Eight. Senior point guard Christiana Jefferson scored a game-high 19 points, including two free throws in the Read More…

Bees’ defense ready for high-powered Jackson

Albert Grindle The Gazette It has been hard to argue in recent years. Few use the us-against-the-world card better than Medina. A total afterthought in Northeast Ohio circles following the graduation of power forward Branden Wilkins and transfer of third-team All-Ohio guard Craig Randall to Arizona, the Bees surprised most by advancing to tonight’s Copley Read More…