February 1, 2015

Medina
Flurries
28°F
 

Congrats to all the Student Athletes!

Grizzlies win drama-filled game

COPLEY TWP. — The Wadsworth and Copley boys basketball game Friday had more plot twists and what-just-happened moments than an episode of the FX Network’s critically acclaimed “American Horror Story: Freak Show.” When the final credits finally rolled, the Grizzlies had held on for a big 67-60 Suburban League win, but there was all kinds Read More…

Medina gives Red Raiders game

MEDINA — Oh, what could have been. On the verge of getting a signature win under first-year coach Chris Hassinger, the Medina boys basketball team committed a turnover and missed the front end of two one-and-ones in the final minute of regulation, then fell 67-61 in overtime to powerful Shaker Heights on Friday in Northeast Read More…

Falcons soar past Pirates

SULLIVAN TWP. — Teams with high-pressure game plans led to mayhem action Friday. They also led to sloppy turnovers and fouls, as Firelands stormed to a 67-46 Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division win over Black River. The Falcons (6-6, 5-3) started hot thanks to the right hand of James Willbond (23 points), who hit four Read More…

Turnovers prove costly for Bucks

LAGRANGE — The Buckeye boys basketball team no doubt already knew that one of the most fundamental aspects of the sport is to take care of the ball as if it were a precious stone. Any Bucks who had forgotten that basic principle were reminded of it during a 57-47, turnover-ridden loss at Keystone on Read More…

Marlee and We

Albert Grindle The Gazette There is an underlying message when Fall Out Boy’s latest hit song introduces the Highland girls basketball team for warm-ups. Some legends are told Some turn to dust or to gold But you will remember me Remember me for centuries Under always-positive first-year coach Mike Moser, the Hornets are going all-in Read More…