March 3, 2015

Medina
Flurries
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Congrats to all the Student Athletes!

Spunky Colts give Knights battle

Lisa Gayle Grayson The Gazette WESTFIELD TWP. — The Cloverleaf boys basketball team did a lot of things well Friday night. It made nine 3-pointers, played solid defense in the second half and shut out the opponent’s leading scorer. Still, the Colts came up short in their quest to win their first Suburban League game Read More…

Hornets refuse to lose another close one

Brian Dulik The Gazette BATH TWP. — After suffering two heartbreaking losses in a row, Highland’s boys basketball team wasn’t about to add a third. Kevin Greenhoe scored a career-high 23 points, including two free throws with seven seconds left, as the Hornets edged Revere 58-55 in Suburban League action Friday. Highland was coming off Read More…

Red-hot Bucks keep title hopes alive

Chad Grant The Gazette YORK TWP. — Flipping the switch can be a good thing and a bad thing. It depends whether it’s on or off. In a key Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division matchup between the Buckeye and Brookside boys basketball teams, the Bucks flipped the switch on and took home a 66-49 win. Read More…

Teske has big night for Bees

Albert Grindle The Gazette MEDINA — The new home of smashmouth boys basketball is Medina. Feeding 7-foot center Jon Teske like a stud I-formation tailback Friday, the Bees crushed shorthanded Strongsville 64-39 in Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division play. Teske scored all 14 second-quarter points for Medina (10-8, 2-5), which has won five of its Read More…

Grizzlies respect Bulldogs even more

Mike Peticca The Gazette GREEN — The Wadsworth boys basketball team understood the challenge as it prepared to visit Green in a key Suburban League game. The Grizzlies’ respect for the Bulldogs was validated Friday night, as Green overcame a sluggish offensive start to post a 66-53 win. The outcome is worth much more than Read More…