December 20, 2014

Medina
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Congrats to all the Student Athletes!

Shooting woes hurt Grizzlies

WADSWORTH — Count on Wadsworth’s boys basketball team to hit more open shots than it did in the season opener Friday night. Therefore, count on the Grizzlies to win their share of games this season and put their 57-51 non-league loss to Firestone behind them. “I haven’t seen the stats, but I can’t believe we Read More…

Wadsworth’s defense stops Eagles

RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE Wadsworth’s Sophia Fortner controls a loose ball against Avon’s Zanny Sauter in the second quarter. Albert Grindle The Gazette WADSWORTH — Little things added up to big opening-night success, as the Wadsworth girls basketball team picked up where it left off with outstanding half-court defense Friday. The encouraging news is the Read More…

County teams to raise money for Battered Women’s Shelter

WADSWORTH — The Cloverleaf, Wadsworth, Norton and West Holmes girls basketball teams will come together for foundation games on Tuesday, with all proceeds supporting the Battered Women’s Shelter. Cloverleaf will play Norton at 6 p.m. and West Holmes takes on Wadsworth at 7:30 in scrimmages at WadsworthHigh School. The Colts’ junior varsity plays the Panthers Read More…

Bill Frey, 1948-2014, won titles, set records as baseball, basketball coach

Bill Frey

The undeniable raspy voice of Bill Frey has been silenced, but the character of the man will live on for decades. Frey, 66, lost his battle with brain cancer Sunday. He leaves behind a wife, three children and his father, but Frey’s influence goes well beyond immediate family. A piece of him can be found Read More…

Medina’s Teske makes verbal commitment to Michigan

  MEDINA — Incoming Medina junior Jon Teske verbally committed to the University of Michigan on Thursday. Teske, a 6-foot-11 center, selected the Wolverines over archival OhioState. As a sophomore, Teske averaged 10.3 points, 7.1 rebounds and 2.9 rebounds as Medina reached the Copley Division I District championship. He is expected to have a much larger Read More…