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Football: Player of the Game

By admin Published: September 29, 2007

Week 6 football stars

By RonPreps Published: September 28, 2007

RUSHING
John Pettigrew of CVCA 27-379-3 TD
Shawn Riley of Wooster 35-327-2 TD
Seth Koosed of Field 21-227-5 TD
Kyle Snyder of Walsh Jesuit 24-202-2 TD
Erick Howard of North Canton Hoover 33-182-2 TD
Christopher Snook of Highland 37-168-2 TD
Gene Onabiyi of Lake 20-156-2 TD
Jared Kusar of CVCA 29-128-2 TD
Tyler Fortner of Tallmadge 22-120-1 TD
Cortez McCreary of Orrville 17-115-2 TD
Justin White of Coventry 21-111
Alex Loftin of Stow 8-105-1 TD
Carnell Evans of St. Vincent-St. Mary 13-101-1 TD

PASSING
Armand Craig of Kent Roosevelt 21-38-328-2 TD
Chad Keppler of Ellet 25-44-306-4 TD
Brynt Werntz of Orrville 19-28-301-3 TD
Jared Wackerly of North Canton Hoover 16-22-236-4 TD
Aaron Pankrantz of Nordonia 10-15-208-4 TD
Alex Gedeon of Hudson 19-35-212-1 TD
Brendan Gallagher of Aurora 7-7-187-1 TD
Jim Shiplett of Northwest 14-19-175-1 TD
Robbie Riese of Tuslaw 17-29-163-1 TD
Lorenzo Sanchez of Garfield 10-21-162-3 TD
Josh Masters of Archbishop Hoban 15-21-157
Cody Roberts of Cloverleaf 13-17-156-2 TD
Nicholas Knerem of Highland 7-13-149-1 TD
Alex Loftin of Stow 13-19-137-1 TD
Vince Pelini of St. Vincent-St. Mary 7-11-135-2 TD
Kyle Snyder of Walsh Jesuit 6-8-133-1 TD
Patrick Pakan of Tallmadge 7-15-103-2 TD
Logan Nordquist of Alliance 3-8-100-1 TD

RECEIVING
Dee Brizzolara of Aurora 5-167-1 TD
Matt Wakulchik of North Canton Hoover 11-165-4 TD
Craig Smith of Kent Roosevelt 10-123-1 TD
Seth Pittman of Tuslaw 8-114-2 TD
Jon Andrews of Alliance 4-110- 1TD

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Week 6 football scores

By RonPreps Published: September 28, 2007

(Thursday) Brunswick 49, Elyria 14

Ashland 34, West Holmes 7
Aurora 14, Kenston 13
Black River 36, Brookside 29
Boardman 42,Perry 6
Canton Central Catholic 31, Beaver Local 27
Canton McKinley 16, Austintown Fitch 7
Cloverleaf 23, Wadsworth 14
Copley 28, Barberton 12
CVCA 48, Tuslaw 27
Dalton 17, Smithville 7
Field 42, Springfield 0
Firestone 33,North 13
Garfield 41, Ellet 27
Garretsville 54, Waterloo 14
Highland 42, Green 14
Hillsdale 20, Chippewa 6
Jackson 19, GlenOak 13
Louisville 55, Carrollton 6
Marlington 21, Alliance 7
Mogadore 33, Woodridge 15
Newcomerstown 20, Sandy Valley 14
Nordonia 50, Cuyahoga Falls 7
Normandy 19, Valley Forge 0
North Canton Hoover 42, Lake 21
North Royalton 35, Twinsburg 21
Northwest 49, Minerva 7
Northwestern 38, Norwyane 12
Norton 10, Coventry 7
Orrville 41, Mansfield 27
Parma Padua 13, Archbishop Hoban 10
Ravenna 40, Crestwood 27
St. Vincent- St. Mary 44, Chaney 12
Southeast 36, Kent Roosevelt 27
Stow 22, Hudson 17
Streetsboro 19, East Canton 13
Strongsville 38, Medina 7
Tallmadge 28, Revere 0
Triway 15, Manchester 7
Tusky Valley 36, Canton Timken 13
Walsh Jesuit 44, University School 34
Waynedale 61, Rittman 0
Windham 35, Rootstown 6
Wooster 28, Mansfield Madison 24

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City Series Surprise

By mikeb Published: September 23, 2007

Here are a few quick notes regarding City Series football, which has certainly been surprising this season.

The madness began Sept. 15 when Ellet defeated Buchtel.

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Hoover cross country teams win two titles

By mikeb Published: September 23, 2007

The North Canton Hoover Vikings boys and girls cross country squads each won team championships Saturday at the 2007 Cloverleaf Colt Pack Invitational.

Hoover senior Adam Stackpole won the boys "Varsity Green" race with a time of 16:11.88. Walsh Jesuit senior Jonathan Shepherd placed second with a 16:28.02

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Week 5 football review

By admin Published: September 23, 2007

Unbelievable. That's the only word I can think of when describing how the City Series football season is unfolding.

Buchtel is 0-5, 0-2 in the City Series. What happened to the perennial league powerhouse that usually blows City rivals away with lopsided wins?

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Football: Player of the Game

By admin Published: September 22, 2007

Football

Garfield 49, East 27

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Football: Player of the Game

By admin Published: September 22, 2007

Football

Mogadore 34, Garrettsville 31

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Week 5 football stars

By RonPreps Published: September 21, 2007

RUSHING
DeVoe Torrence of Massillon 36-283-4 TD
Donte Bryant of North 26-251-1 TD
Thad Nofsinger of Waynedale 15-201-5 TD
John Hamilton of Nordonia 15-200-2 TD
Carlin Isles of Jackson 22-188-3 TD
Dru Jones of Wadsworth 30-186-2 TD
Cody Destro of Mogadore 21-172-3 TD
Blayre Davis of Ravenna 31-168-1 TD
Corey Devitt of Rootstown 33-154-1 TD
Seth Koosed of Field 20-152
Chris Snook of Highland 27-151-3 TD
Shaun Riley of Wooster 23-150-1 TD
Carnell Evans of St. Vincent-St. Mary 20-139
Bryant Marnin of East Canton 20-136-4 TD
Marcus Hardy of Cuyahoga Falls 13-124-1 TD
John Pettigrew of CVCA 15-117-2 TD
Chad Eatinger of Southeast 24-116-1 TD
Tyler Crowl of Lake 21-114-2 TD
Zac Kreakbaum of Manchester 18-112-2 TD (1 receiving)
Brad Mast of Garrettsville 10-109-1 TD (1 receiving and 1 kickoff return)
KJ Herring of Massillon 13-109-1 TD
Danny Bears of Northwest 19-104-1 TD
Tyler Fortner of Tallmadge 20-99-1 TD
Ryan Brodie of Mogadore 15-96-1 TD
Britt Musal of Brunswick 17-95
Justin James of Green 23-93-1 TD

PASSING
Jared Wackerly of North Canton Hoover 13-of-18-360-4 TD
Sean Bedevelsky of Brunswick 16-of-25-295-3 TD
Robert Butcher of Fairless 20-of-40-292-1 TD
Rico Law of East 13-of-22 244-4 TD
Lorenzo Sanchez of Garfield 12-of-13-225-5 TD
Josh Masters of Hoban 16-26-222
Kyle Snyder of Barberton 16-of-25-210-1 TD
Jesse Mason of Green 14-of-26-203-2 TD
Neil Seaman of Louisville 16-of-24-193-2 TD
Brynt Werntz of Orrville 11-of-26-186-1 TD
Roger Wilson of St. Vincent-St. Mary 10-of-16-170-3 TD
Chad Keppler of Ellet 17-of-36-167
Zach Weidrick of Revere 11-of-17-166-1 TD
Steve McNeely of West Branch 20-of-40-160-1 TD
TJ Viscuso of Lake 10-of-12-148-1 TD
Patrick Pakan of Tallmadge 8-of-12-145-3 TD
Jimmy Shiplet of Northwest 9-of-15-142-1 TD
Scott Saylor of Wadsworth 8-of-17-133-2 TD
Nathan Clark of Field 8-of-12-129-2 TD
Matt Trissel of Canton South 9-of-12-105-1 TD
Dominic Williams of Hoban 15-105-1 TD

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Week 5 football scores

By RonPreps Published: September 21, 2007

Alliance 52, Carrollton 14
Archbishop Hoban 40, Painesville 34
Ashland 31, Wooster 20
Brunswick 42, Parma Normandy 34
Canton Central Catholic 19, Bedford St. Peter Chanel 0
Canton McKinley 30, GlenOak 15
Coventry 28, Kent Roosevelt 21 (OT)
CVCA 42, Kenmore 6
East Canton 28, Rootstown 20
Elyria Catholic 35, St. Thomas Aquinas 13
Field 34, Crestwood 15
Firestone 27, Ellet 7
Garfield 49, East 27
Green 35, Barberton 28
Highland 25, Copley 0
Hillsdale 21, Norwayne 20
Lake 49, Jackson 19
Lexington 24, Orrville 10
Louisville 23, West Branch 13
Manchester 28, Fairless 21
Marlington 21, Minerva 13
Mentor 56, Massillon 52
Mogadore 34, Garrettsville 31
Nordonia 31, Twinsburg 21
North 24, Buchtel 0
North Canton Hoover 38, Boardman 7
North Royalton 28, Cuyahoga Falls 14
Northwest 24, Canton South 7
Norton 34, Springfield 0
Perry 35, Austintown Fitch 14
Ravenna 29, Southeast 13
Smithville 17, Chippewa 15
St. Vincent-St. Mary 21, Napoleon 15
Stow 40, Medina 22
Strongsville 42, Valley Forge 21
Tallmadge 34, Cloverleaf 0
Tusky Valley 32, Tuslaw 25
Wadsworth 30, Revere 17
Waterloo 56, Windham 28
Waynedale 48, Dalton 0
Woodridge 35, Streetsboro 25

STATE SCOREBOARD
Amanda-Clearcreek 13, Circleville Logan Elm 12
Andover Pymatuning Valley 39, Thompson Ledgemont 21
Anna 29, Ft. Recovery 27
Ansonia 35, Union City Mississinawa Valley 6
Arcanum 40, Bradford 0
Archbold 60, Swanton 14
Ashville Teays Valley 40, Lancaster Fairfield Union 20
Avon Lake 35, Olmsted Falls 7
Baltimore Liberty Union 31, Cols. Grandview Hts. 0
Batavia 31, Batavia Clermont NE 6
Bay Village Bay 28, Oberlin Firelands 21
Bellbrook 35, Franklin 18
Bellefontaine 14, Lewistown Indian Lake 0
Berlin Center Western Reserve 56, N. Jackson Jackson-Milton 14
Blanchester 41, Bethel-Tate 7
Bloomdale Elmwood 14, Kansas Lakota 0
Bowling Green 31, Holland Springfield 21
Brookville 48, New Lebanon Dixie 12
Bryan 40, Montpelier 13
Burton Berkshire 20, Independence 7
Cadiz Harrison Cent. 42, Richmond Edison 25
Cambridge 22, Warsaw River View 19
Canal Winchester 27, Circleville 17
Canfield 49, Niles McKinley 14
Cardington-Lincoln 27, Caledonia River Valley 6
Carey 47, N. Baltimore 12
Carlisle 44, Day. Northridge 20
Casstown Miami E. 35, Lewisburg Tri-County N. 18
Centerville 41, Xenia 14
Chardon NDCL 22, Bedford 20
Cin. Colerain 63, Middletown 13
Cin. Deer Park 42, N. Bend Taylor 21
Cin. Glen Este 63, Batavia Amelia 0
Cin. Hills Christian Academy 63, Day. Christian 21
Cin. McNicholas 38, St. Bernard Roger Bacon 28
Cin. N. College Hill 35, Hamilton New Miami 8
Cin. Princeton 43, Hamilton 19
Cin. St. Xavier 30, Indpls Chatard, Ind. 0
Cin. Turpin 41, Hamilton Ross 13
Cin. Withrow 31, Cin. Hughes 14
Cin. Wyoming 41, Cin. Finneytown 12
Clarksville Clinton-Massie 32, Washington C.H. Miami Trace 12
Cle. Collinwood 27, Cle. John Marshall 14
Cle. Glenville 50, Cle. John Adams 0
Cle. Lincoln W. 46, Cle. S. 0
Cle. Rhodes 44, Cle. E. Tech 16
Cle. St. Ignatius 47, St. Francis, N.Y. 7
Cle. VASJ 27, Parma Hts. Holy Name 6
Clyde 54, Port Clinton 7
Coldwater 42, St. Henry 0
Collins Western Reserve 63, Plymouth 14
Cols. Beechcroft 43, Cols. Mifflin 21
Cols. DeSales 38, Grove City 7
Cols. Hamilton Twp. 28, Bloom-Carroll 27
Cols. Independence 24, Cols. Briggs 0
Cols. Marion-Franklin 39, Cols. Africentric 0
Cols. Ready 47, Nelsonville-York 0
Cols. St. Charles 40, Sandusky 27
Cols. Whetstone 39, Cols. East 14
Columbiana 24, New Middletown Spring. 10
Columbus Grove 31, Spencerville 28
Cortland Lakeview 28, Hubbard 13
Cory-Rawson 17, Van Buren 14, OT
Covington 21, W. Alexandria Twin Valley S. 7
Cuyahoga Hts. 52, Newbury 6
Day. Carroll 33, Cin. Purcell Marian 6
Day. Chaminade-Julienne 21, Middletown Fenwick 0
Day. Col. White 28, Milford 21
Day. Dunbar 58, Cols. Hartley 52
Day. Oakwood 24, Eaton 17
Defiance 35, Van Wert 7
Delaware Buckeye Valley 56, Morral Ridgedale 8
Delta 49, Paulding 0
Dola Hardin Northern 56, Leipsic 14
Dover 49, Coshocton 19
Dresden Tri-Valley 61, Philo 0
Dublin Coffman 9, Dublin Scioto 7
Euclid 54, Eastlake N. 21
Fostoria 56, Galion 24
Frankfort Adena 47, Bainbridge Paint Valley 17
Franklin Furnac Green 52, Burch, W.Va. 6
Fredericktown 24, Johnstown Northridge 23
Fremont Ross 47, Lorain Southview 0
Gahanna Lincoln 20, Dublin Jerome 17
Geneva 27, Ashtabula Lakeside 21
Genoa Area 40, Elmore Woodmore 13
Gibsonburg 35, Millbury Lake 6
Girard 31, Youngs. Liberty 30
Goshen 44, Williamsburg 6
Greenfield McClain 16, London Madison Plains 7
Greenville 21, Spring. S. 13
Groveport-Madison 20, Reynoldsburg 3
Hannibal River 29, Caldwell 0
Harrison 51, Cin. NW 6
Hilliard Darby 22, Cols. Upper Arlington 7
Hilliard Davidson 28, Thomas Worthington 6
Huber Hts. Wayne 21, Clayton Northmont 14
Johnstown-Monroe 20, Centerburg 7
Kenton 46, Lima Bath 14
Kettering Alter 63, Hamilton Badin 14
Kettering Fairmont 21, Lebanon 6
Kings Mills Kings 17, Cin. Mt. Healthy 7
Lakewood 38, Garfield Hts. 6
Leavittsburg LaBrae 7, Warren Champion 6
Lemon-Monroe 28, Middletown Madison 25
Lewis Center Olentangy 35, Marysville 0
Liberty Center 12, Wauseon 7
Lima Cent. Cath. 34, Delphos Jefferson 7
Lockland 40, Cin. Summit Country Day 20
Loveland 44, Morrow Little Miami 0
Lowellville 14, Salineville Southern 7
Madison 42, Ashtabula Edgewood 0
Malvern 46, Bowerston Conotton Valley 8
Man, W.Va. 27, Crown City S. Gallia 20
Maria Stein Marion Local 57, Minster 0
Marion Harding 60, Galloway Westland 6
Mason 21, Fairfield 12
McGuffey Upper Scioto Valley 45, Marion Cath. 21
Metamora Evergreen 62, Hamler Patrick Henry 0
Middlefield Cardinal 37, Fairport Harbor Harding 20
Milan Edison 21, Huron 7
Milford Center Fairbanks 45, Lima Perry 18
Millersburg W. Holmes 32, Mansfield Madison 20
Milton-Union 22, Germantown Valley View 7
Mineral Ridge 21, Hanoverton United 0
Minford 19, McArthur Vinton County 6
Monroeville 41, New London 14
Mount View, W.Va. 22, S. Point 20
Mt. Blanchard Riverdale 20, New Washington Buckeye Cent. 14
Mt. Orab Western Brown 49, Lees Creek E. Clinton 6
N. Lima S. Range 21, Columbiana Crestview 6
N. Ridgeville 21, Fairview 6
New Albany 40, New Richmond 19
New Carlisle Tecumseh 53, St. Paris Graham 7
New Concord John Glenn 18, Zanesville W. Muskingum 14
New Philadelphia 48, Gnadenhutten Indian Valley 0
Newark Licking Valley 41, Heath 0
Norwalk St. Paul 21, Ashland Crestview 6
Norwood 56, Cin. Walnut Hills 27
Oak Harbor 49, Sandusky Perkins 14
Ontario 35, N. Robinson Col. Crawford 19
Oregon Stritch 20, Lakeside Danbury 6
Ottawa-Glandorf 66, Elida 0
Oxford Talawanda 38, Wilmington 28
Painesville Riverside 43, Jefferson Area 6
Pemberville Eastwood 71, Tontogany Otsego 3
Perry 38, Wickliffe 0
Perrysburg 35, Maumee 14
Piqua 21, Miamisburg 7
Plain City Jonathan Alder 52, London 21
Portsmouth W. 45, Chesapeake 22
Powell Olentangy Liberty 38, Delaware Hayes 6
Richmond Hts. 33, Kirtland 21
Rockford Parkway 34, New Bremen 0
Rocky River 42, Avon 7
Sandusky St. Mary 36, Castalia Margaretta 15
Sarahsville Shenandoah 47, Barnesville 22
Sherwood Fairview 32, Antwerp 22
Sidney Lehman 33, Ft. Loramie 20
Sparta Highland 45, Galion Northmor 15
Spring. Cath. Cent. 63, Cedarville 0
Spring. Greenon 35, Spring. Shawnee 25
Spring. Kenton Ridge 42, Spring. NW 14
Spring. NE 21, Mechanicsburg 14
St. Marys Memorial 17, Wapakoneta 9
Sugarcreek Garaway 30, Newcomerstown 7
Sullivan Black River 30, Lorain Clearview 28
Sunbury Big Walnut 29, Westerville Cent. 22
Thornville Sheridan 48, Crooksville 7
Tiffin Columbian 28, Willard 14
Tipp City Bethel 61, New Paris National Trail 6
Tipp City Tippecanoe 49, Bellefontaine Benjamin Logan 21
Tol. Cent. Cath. 30, Oregon Clay 7
Tol. Libbey 23, Tol. Waite 0
Tol. Rogers 22, Tol. St. John's 21
Tol. Start 28, Tol. Bowsher 20
Tol. Whitmer 24, Tol. St. Francis 17
Toronto 30, Madonna, W.Va. 19
Trenton Edgewood 27, Cin. Winton Woods 26
Trotwood-Madison 28, Beavercreek 0
Troy 27, Spring. N. 7
Uhrichsville Claymont 27, Byesville Meadowbrook 6
Upper Sandusky 35, Bellevue 33
Urbana 27, Riverside Stebbins 7
Utica 49, Howard E. Knox 14
Vermilion 22, Grafton Midview 19
W. Chester Lakota W. 56, Cin. Oak Hills 11
W. Jefferson 40, Sugar Grove Berne Union 12
W. Lafayette Ridgewood 61, Strasburg-Franklin 13
W. Unity Hilltop 21, Tol. Christian 17
Warren Harding 35, Lima Sr. 20
Waynesville 38, Camden Preble Shawnee 10
Westerville N. 43, Grove City Cent. Crossing 7
Wheeling Central, W.Va. 42, McConnelsville Morgan 13
Whitehouse Anthony Wayne 28, Sylvania Northview 14
Willoughby S. 24, Youngs. Chaney 12
Wirt County, W.Va. 49, Racine Southern 6
Woodsfield Monroe Cent. 35, Beverly Ft. Frye 0
Yellow Springs 23, Ridgeway Ridgemont 16
Youngs. Mooney 40, Mentor Lake Cath. 14
Youngs. Ursuline 35, Chardon 28
Zanesville 35, Vincent Warren 0

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State softball to Akron?

By gaffer Published: September 21, 2007

The city of Akron will make a written proposal next week to the Ohio High School Athletic Association in its attempt to become the host site for the state softball tournament.

If the OHSAA deems the proposal worthy of consideration, city officials will make a formal in-person presentation Oct. 9 in Columbus. The city wants to host the event at Firestone Stadium.

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Revere's Danesis selects Miami (Ohio)

By mikeb Published: September 20, 2007

Revere senior Stephanie Danesis recently made an oral commitment to continue her academic and tennis career at Miami (Ohio), choosing the RedHawks over Minnesota and Marquette.

"I visited there and I just really love the campus, the coach and the girls," said Danesis, a 5-foot-7 left-hander. "I want to major in business and they have a really good business program, and it is not as far from Akron as Minnestoa or Marquette are."

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Boys soccer: Player of the Game

By admin Published: September 19, 2007

Boys soccer

Walsh Jesuit 4, St. Vincent-St. Mary 1 (click here for a game story)

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Revere boys win Suburban League golf title

By admin Published: September 19, 2007

The Revere boys golf team won its third consecutive Suburban League postseason tournament to clinch the league title. Revere won a share of the league title with Green in 2006, but the Minutemen were able to win it outright this season.

Revere finished first in the team scoring with 309 points. Junior Cory Hill shot a 4-over 75 to lead the Minutemen. Junior Tom Kimberly (77), sophomore Patrick Alfieri (78) and junior Mack Kerker (79) rounded out Revere's top four.

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Arisons lead Copley to fourth girls golf crown in a row

By mikeb Published: September 18, 2007

The girls Suburban League Golf Tournament had a sense of deja vu -- with a twist.

The medalist was an Arison from Copley for the second consecutive year, yet this time it was the younger twin sister.

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Tallmadge suffers loss

By gaffer Published: September 18, 2007

Nick Fleming, a key member of the Tallmadge High offensive line, is out indefinitely with a knee injury. Fleming, a senior, was injured in the Blue Devils' 24-14 triumph at Green last Thursday. The 6-foot-1, 250-pound Fleming was All-Summit County by the Beacon Journal and second-team all-district in 2006 as a junior.

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Lake girls soccer record broken

By admin Published: September 17, 2007

Senior forward Jess Wilson broke the Lake girls soccer team's career scoring record with her first of three goals Monday night in a 4-1 victory over Marlington.

Lake improved its record to 5-3-0 with the win. Wilson now has 53 career goals.

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Beacon Journal and the state poll

By gaffer Published: September 17, 2007

I have been the Beacon Journal voter to the Associated Press state prep poll for eight years. My goal is to vote for the best area teams - to give them representation -- and the best statewide teams. Here are the local schools whom I voted for today after the fourth week.
If your team is not there and you think they should be, now is the time to state your case!
Div I: Brunswick, Wadsworth, GlenOak and Stow (for the first time ever).
II: Tallmadge, Lake and Cloverleaf.
III: Walsh and Northwest
IV: St. V-M, Canton CC, CVCA, Orrville and Manchester
V: Norwayne, Waynedale and Northwestern
VI: Mogadore

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Week 4 football review

By admin Published: September 17, 2007

Wow. What a weekend. Makes you feel like not going to work, huh?

St. Vincent-St. Mary broke a nine-year losing streak against archrival Archbishop Hoban with a 33-28 win Saturday night at the Rubber Bowl. First-year Irish coach Dan Boarman, a St. V-M graduate, told me earlier in the week that he was undefeated against the Knights (1-3), and that's the attitude he wanted to instill in his players. Apparently, Boarman, who coached at Copley for 17 seasons, got the message across that the past didn't matter because his players responded and maintained their perfect record of 4-0 this season.

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St. V-M defeats Hoban 33-28

By mikeb Published: September 15, 2007

After a nine-year hiatus, the Shillelagh Trophy will finally return to Green St. after an exciting football game.

St. Vincent-St. Mary defeated Archbishop Hoban 33-28 Saturday night at the Rubber Bowl. St. V-M earned the traditional award given to the winner of the game by the Ancient Order of Hibernians.

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Ellet defeats Buchtel 14-12

By mikeb Published: September 15, 2007

The visiting Ellet Orangemen football team defeated the Buchtel Griffins 14-12 Saturday afternoon.

The victory gives Ellet a 3-1 overall record and a 1-0 City Series mark.

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Player of the Game - Football

By admin Published: September 14, 2007

Football

Walsh Jesuit 42, Garfield 13

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Week 4 football stars

By RonPreps Published: September 14, 2007

RUSHING
John Petigrew of CVCA 26-280-3 TD
Quinton Brewer of Revere 38-250-3 TD
Gene Onabiyi of Lake 21-201-3 TD
David Lilley of Crestwood 10-189-3 TD
Darshawn Thomas of Firestone 22-159-2 TD
Troy Summers of Minerva 22-158-3 TD
Cody Destro of Mogadore 11-148-3 TD
Erick Howard of North Canton 34-142-2 TD
John Hamilton of Nordonia 24-139
Tyler Lohr of Kent Roosevelt 15-131-1 TD
Jared Kusar of CVCA 21-111-2 TD

PASSING
Alex Gedeon of Hudson 22 of 34-305-3 TD
Kyle Snyder of Barberton 23 of 44-273-2 TD
Matt Trissel of Canton South 13 of 19-245-3 TD
Pat Kane of Tusky Valley 12-19-244-2 TD
Armand Craig of Kent Roosevelt 17-24-227
Neil Seaman of Louisville 18-31-198-3 TD
Jim Shiplett of Northwest 15-25-190-2 TD
Aaron Pankratz of Nordonia 14 of 30-172-2 TD
Rico Law of East 9 of 13-144-1 TD
Sean Bedevelsky of Brunswick 10 of 25-103-1 TD

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Week 4 football scores

By RonPreps Published: September 14, 2007

Black River 40, Oberlin 19
Boardman 28, Jackson 0
Brunswick 14, Nordonia 12
Buckeye 40, Clearview 7
Canton South 42, Minerva 21
Canton Timken 14, Fairless 12
Col. Bishop Hartley 12, St. Thomas Aquinas 7
Cloverleaf 10, Copley 0
Crestwoood 28, Coventry 6
Dalton 14, Chippewa 13
Field 21, Kent Roosevelt 17
Firestone 26, East 14
Garrettsville 34, East Canton 7
GlenOak 26, Austintown Fitch 0
Hillsdale 59, Rittman 0
Lake County Perry 17, Aurora 10
Massillon 14, Youngstown Ursuline 3
Medina 40, Brush 21
Mogadore 55, Rootstown 14
North 27, Kenmore 7
North Canton Hoover 17, Canton McKinley 7
Northwest 34, Louisville 33
Norwayne 44, Smithville 7
Orrville 28, Clear Fork 14
Perry 35, Lake 28
Ravenna 41, Norton 0
Revere 28, Barberton 14
Southeast 37, Springfield 0
Stow 21, Twinsburg 13
Strongsville 32, Hudson 21
Tallmadge 24, Green 14
Tusky Valley 36, CVCA 35
Tuslaw 20, Triway 19
Wadsworth 36, Highland 21
Walsh Jesuit 42, Garfield 13
Waynedale 28, Northwestern 13
West Branch 14, Alliance 12
West Holmes 14, Wooster 0
Woodridge 53, Windham 18

STATE SCOREBOARD
Ada 61, Ft. Loramie 36
Andover Pymatuning Valley 28, Conneaut 6
Ansonia 35, Arcanum 7
Arcadia 25, Dola Hardin Northern 23
Arlington 31, Cory-Rawson 3
Ashtabula Edgewood 33, Ontario Trinity College, Ontario 14
Ashtabula Lakeside 21, Jefferson Area 6
Avon 28, Fairview 8
Avon Lake 48, Brecksville-Broadview Hts. 14
Beallsville 48, Cameron, W.Va. 6
Beavercreek 14, Lebanon 8
Bellefontaine 40, Bellefontaine Benjamin Logan 7
Berlin Center Western Reserve 29, Wellsville 15
Blanchester 48, Batavia 27
Brookville 22, Eaton 13
Bucyrus Wynford 48, New Washington Buckeye Cent. 0
Byrnes School, S.C. 38, Centerville 31, OT
Cambridge 30, Gnadenhutten Indian Valley 0
Castalia Margaretta 26, Sandusky Perkins 8
Centerburg 35, Howard E. Knox 0
Chagrin Falls Kenston 41, Beachwood 0
Chardon 25, Lisbon Beaver 22
Chesapeake 24, Lucasville Valley 23
Cheshire River Valley 29, Albany Alexander 7
Cin. Country Day 48, Day. Christian 10
Cin. Deer Park 28, Reading 0
Cin. Finneytown 7, Cin. Mariemont 3
Cin. Indian Hill 49, Cin. Madeira 12
Cin. La Salle 28, Cin. Elder 19
Cin. Mt. Healthy 33, Cin. Walnut Hills 0
Cin. N. College Hill 30, Cin. Summit Country Day 14
Cin. Princeton 21, W. Chester Lakota W. 14
Cin. St. Xavier 47, Lou. Trinity, Ky. 31
Cin. Sycamore 16, Fairfield 10
Cin. Winton Woods 21, Day. Col. White 12
Cin. Wyoming 42, N. Bend Taylor 12
Clarksville Clinton-Massie 31, Hillsboro 0
Cle. Benedictine 30, Fremont Ross 0
Cle. Lincoln W. 46, Cle. Glenville 0
Clyde 31, Milan Edison 0
Cols. Brookhaven 55, Cols. Whetstone 0
Cols. Northland 28, Cols. East 6
Cols. Watterson 10, Cin. Glen Este 7
Cols. West 7, Cols. Africentric 6
Columbiana 15, Hanoverton United 6
Convoy Crestview 28, Bluffton 14
Cortland Lakeview 34, Warren Champion 27, 2OT
Coshocton 21, Byesville Meadowbrook 14
Covington 28, Casstown Miami E. 10
Day. Carroll 33, Middletown Fenwick 14
Day. Dunbar 36, Day. Belmont 18
Defiance 24, St. Marys Memorial 7
Defiance Ayersville 35, Edgerton 0
Defiance Tinora 21, Antwerp 12
Delphos Jefferson 28, Lafayette Allen E. 13
Delphos St. John's 35, Minster 26
Dover 35, Warsaw River View 0
Dresden Tri-Valley 47, Zanesville W. Muskingum 0
Elyria Cath. 30, Warren JFK 7
Euclid 47, Bedford 13
Fairport Harbor Harding 49, Orwell Grand Valley 27
Fostoria 32, Bellevue 6
Ft. Recovery 33, Versailles 20
Gates Mills Hawken 20, Burton Berkshire 14, OT
Genoa Area 33, Bloomdale Elmwood 7
Girard 23, Brookfield 0
Goshen 27, Mt. Orab Western Brown 21
Grafton Midview 28, Oberlin Firelands 0
Hamilton 25, Liberty Twp. Lakota E. 10
Hamilton Ross 14, Morrow Little Miami 7
Hamler Patrick Henry 21, Liberty Center 8
Harrison 35, Oxford Talawanda 28
Heath 43, Hebron Lakewood 14
Hilliard Darby 39, Cin. Anderson 38, OT
Hubbard 30, Leavittsburg LaBrae 7
Huron 34, Port Clinton 0
John Marshall, W.Va. 20, Rayland Buckeye 6
Johnson Central, Ky. 14, Wheelersburg 3
Kansas Lakota 54, Millbury Lake 0
Kenton 56, Elida 0
Kettering Alter 45, St. Bernard Roger Bacon 7
Kings Mills Kings 14, Loveland 7
Kirtland 24, Cuyahoga Hts. 6
Lancaster 62, Parkersburg South, W.Va. 12
Leetonia 34, Salineville Southern 7
Lemon-Monroe 35, Bellbrook 28
Lewisburg Tri-County N. 41, Bradford 21
Lima Shawnee 47, Lima Bath 6
Lima Sr. 20, Day. Meadowdale 12
Lockland 15, Hamilton New Miami 14
London 31, Greenfield McClain 12
Lowellville 44, Sebring McKinley 0
Madison 35, Painesville Harvey 24
Marion Pleasant 49, Delaware Buckeye Valley 6
McDermott Scioto NW 27, Oak Hill 14
McDonald 28, N. Jackson Jackson-Milton 6
McGuffey Upper Scioto Valley 19, Ridgeway Ridgemont 0
Middletown 27, Cin. Oak Hills 14
Middletown Madison 29, Day. Northridge 6
Milford 34, Cin. Woodward 16
Mineral Ridge 27, New Middletown Spring. 20
Minford 21, Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant 14
Monroeville 46, Greenwich S. Cent. 6
Montpelier 55, Swanton 7
N. Lima S. Range 55, Lisbon David Anderson 7
Napoleon 28, Bryan 6
New Concord John Glenn 30, Zanesville Maysville 0
New Lexington 20, McConnelsville Morgan 14
New Richmond 47, Lees Creek E. Clinton 8
Newark Cath. 38, Granville 28
Newcomerstown 49, Strasburg-Franklin 0
Niles McKinley 27, Struthers 0
Old Washington Buckeye Trail 50, Barnesville 7
Olmsted Falls 21, Amherst Steele 20
Ontario 37, Bucyrus 28
Orange 36, Wickliffe 6
Painesville Riverside 38, Geneva 16
Pickerington Cent. 28, Westerville N. 12
Plain City Jonathan Alder 23, Washington C.H. Miami Trace 0
Point Pleasant, W.Va. 16, Pomeroy Meigs 14
Poland Seminary 34, Salem 0
Portsmouth Sciotoville 30, Buffalo, W.Va. 12
Rocky River 21, N. Ridgeville 0
Rossford 21, Maumee 3
S. Charleston SE 42, N. Lewisburg Triad 0
Sherwood Fairview 54, Holgate 0
Sidney 21, Spring. S. 13
Sparta Highland 48, Richwood N. Union 3
Spencerville 30, Paulding 14
Spring. Kenton Ridge 26, Spring. Greenon 14
Spring. Shawnee 47, Spring. NW 14
St. Henry 42, New Bremen 6
St. Paris Graham 42, Riverside Stebbins 21
Sylvania Northview 33, Holland Springfield 12
Thornville Sheridan 48, Philo 14
Tiffin Calvert 55, N. Baltimore 22
Tiffin Columbian 19, Shelby 8
Tipp City Tippecanoe 14, Lewistown Indian Lake 7
Tol. Bowsher 38, Tol. Scott 22
Tol. St. Francis 37, Tol. Rogers 26
Tol. St. John's 15, Tol. Cent. Cath. 7
Tol. Woodward 14, Tol. Libbey 8
Trenton Edgewood 35, Wilmington 14
Troy 30, Fairborn 7
Tyler Consolidated, W.Va. 40, New Matamoras Frontier 13
Uhrichsville Claymont 9, New Philadelphia 7
Union City Mississinawa Valley 53, New Paris National Trail 7
Urbana 16, New Carlisle Tecumseh 13
Van Wert 34, Celina 13
Vandalia Butler 41, Spring. N. 34
Vermilion 27, Bay Village Bay 0
W. Jefferson 21, Baltimore Liberty Union 7
W. Lafayette Ridgewood 13, Sugarcreek Garaway 0
W. Unity Hilltop 55, Lakeside Danbury 7
Wahama, W.Va. 14, Crown City S. Gallia 7
Warren Howland 14, Canfield 9
Waterford 25, Beverly Ft. Frye 7
Wauseon 14, Delta 7
Waynesville 27, Carlisle 12
Woodsfield Monroe Cent. 22, Caldwell 21
Youngs. Liberty 45, Newton Falls 6
Zanesville 56, Portsmouth 14

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Week 4 football preview

By admin Published: September 14, 2007

Here are some things to watch for Friday night:

League plays starts for most area teams.

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Football standings

By gaffer Published: September 13, 2007

CITY SERIES W-L W-L
Ellet 0-0 2-1
Garfield 0-0 2-1
North 0-0 2-1
Firestone 0-0 1-2
East 0-0 1-2
Buchtel 0-0 0-3
Kenmore 0-0 0-3
NORTHEAST OHIO League Overall
RIVER DIVISION W-L W-L
Stow 0-0 3-0
Nordonia 0-0 3-0
Hudson 0-0 3-0
Mayfield 0-0 3-0
Cuyahoga Falls 0-0 0-3
League Overall
NORTHEAST OHIO League Overall
LAKE DIVISION W-L W-L
Normandy 0-0 3-0
North Royalton 0-0 3-0
Parma 0-0 3-0
Brush 0-0 1-2
Valley Forge 0-0 1-2
Twinsburg 0-0 0-3
League Overall
NORTHEAST OHIO League Overall
VALLEY DIVISION W-L W-L
Brunswick 0-0 3-0
Solon 0-0 2-1
Elyria 0-0 1-2
Medina 0-0 1-2
Strongsville 0-0 1-2
SUBURBAN LEAGUE W-L W-L
Tallmadge 0-0 3-0
Cloverleaf 0-0 3-0
Wadsworth 0-0 3-0
Green 0-0 1-2
Revere 0-0 1-2
Highland 0-0 1-2
Barberton 0-0 1-2
Copley 0-0 0-3

OTHER SUMMIT W-L
Walsh Jesuit 3-0
St. Vincent-St. Mary 3-0
WRA 1-0
Archbishop Hoban 1-2

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Can Hoban make it 10 in a row over St. V-M?

By mikeb Published: September 12, 2007

The rivalry between Archbishop Hoban and St. Vincent-St. Mary continues at 7:30 Saturday at the Rubber Bowl when the two Summit County parochial schools meet on the football field.

The Knights have dominated the series with victories over the Fighting Irish the past nine seasons. Since the series was renewed in 1996, Hoban has won 10 of 11 and leads the all-time series 17-13.

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Can Ellet knock off Buchtel?

By mikeb Published: September 12, 2007

The City Series' two best football teams from last season meet at noon Saturday when Buchtel hosts Ellet.

The Griffins and Orangemen were each 5-0 in City Series games last season and shared the City title because they were not scheduled to play each other.

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Northwest girls soccer team remains undefeated

By mikeb Published: September 12, 2007

The Northwest girls soccer team defeated Alliance 2-0 Wednesday to improve to 7-0 overall and 3-0 in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference.

Freshman forward Kathy Demaree and senior forward Megan Green each scored goals for the Indians.

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Firestone's Harris selects Dayton for basketball

By mikeb Published: September 12, 2007

Firestone senior Cierra Harris has made an oral commitment to attend and play basketball for the University of Dayton.

Harris, a 6-foot-1 guard/forward, will become a four-year starter when she plays this winter for the defending City Series champion Falcons. She averaged 12.5 points, 13.2 rebounds, two assists and one steal per game as a junior. She earned second-team all-district and All-City Series honors.

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Football poll after 3 games

By gaffer Published: September 12, 2007

The third weekly Beacon Journal power poll,
with ranking, school, division, record and last week's
ranking:
1. Tallmadge (II, 3-0) 1
2. Walsh Jesuit (III, 3-0) 2
3. Brunswick (I, 3-0) 3
4. Wadsworth (I, 3-0) 5
5. Hudson (I, 3-0) 7
6. Lake (II, 3-0) 11
7. Northwest (III, 3-0) 10
8. St. Vincent-St. Mary (IV, 3-0) 12
9. Louisville (II, 2-1) 15
10. Canton Central Catholic (IV, 3-0) 13
11. North Canton Hoover (I, 2-1) 6
12. Perry (I, 2-1) 14
13. Nordonia (I, 3-0) 16
14. Massillon (I, 1-2) 4
15. Orrville (IV, 2-1) 17
16. GlenOak (I, 3-0) NR
17. Stow (I, 3-0) NR
18. Aurora (III, 3-0) NR
19. Field (III, 3-0) NR
20. Norwayne (V, 3-0) 18
Others of note: Alliance, Archbishop Hoban,
Canton McKinley, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Acade
my, Cloverleaf, Ellet, Firestone, Garfield, Manchester, Moga
dore, North, Northwestern, Revere, Smithville and
Waynedale.

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All boxed in

By gaffer Published: September 12, 2007

Working conditions are important to you on your job. So why shouldn't they
be important to sports writers and radio and television comentators who cover
high school football?
There is no cry-baby in me here. Just a plea to have a place to work
that has nothing to do with creature comforts, but with having a proper place
to provide what in many ways is a service to local schools and fans.
To wit, Summit County has some of the worst press boxes I have ever seen.
Schools in Stark and Medina counties are far superior, top to bottom.
Rick Noland, a fine reporter for the Medina Gazette, mentioned the
deplorable press box at Hudson in one of his recent columns.
Media everywhere has learned the hard way that some Summit County press
boxes don't even have THE bare minimum to work, ie., a phone line.
I have seen radio commentators have to string phone lines from the
concession stands in order to call the game.
Many schools understand the value of media coverage and have taken steps
to upgrade their facilities.
Believe it when I say that radio, television and newspaper people ignore
certain stadiums and schools
because it is easier to go elsewhere. Remember, every night there are many
games to cover.
It is also distressing because many of these substandard facilities are
among the best programs in the area.
I am not afraid to risk consternation by giving you my least favorite
places to cover games in Summit County. Alphabetically,
Archbishop Hoban
Copley
Cuyahoga Falls
Hudson
Nordonia
Tallmadge

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2006 Girls basketball player of year changes plans for college

By admin Published: September 11, 2007

Beacon Journal correspondent Deanna Stevens reported this item:

Liana Jennings, a Bowling Green State University recruit, will not be playing for the Falcons women's basketball team, Stow girls basketball coach Bob Podges said Tuesday.

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Archbishop Hoban hires baseball coach

By admin Published: September 10, 2007

Archbishop Hoban High School announced Monday that it has hired Scott Koenig as its new head baseball coach.

Koenig, who was an assistant coach at Firestone for the past six years, will replace former Knights coach Ted Guscoff. Guscoff, who was the head baseball coach at Hoban for five seasons, guided the Knights to the district tournament four times and the regional tournament once. He resigned from Hoban in July to take the head coaching job at Massillon.

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Friday night review-Week 3

By admin Published: September 8, 2007

Here are some scores from Week 3 of high school football that grabbed my attention:

Lake 24, Canton McKinley 6

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Football: Player of the Game

By admin Published: September 8, 2007

Field 47, Rootstown 7

Varsity Letters Player of the Game: senior running back/defensive back Seth Koosed

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St. V-M defense remains perfect with Hoban game next

By mikeb Published: September 8, 2007

St. Vincent-St. Mary defeated Highland 31-0 to improve to 3-0. The Fighting Irish defense has not allowed any points this season. The Irish were scored upon in week one after a botched punt.

St. V-M juniors Harvie Tuck IV and Todd Culver have been key offensive players as a running back and receiver respectively, and senior quarterback Roger Wilson has been efficient.

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Week 3 football stars

By RonPreps Published: September 7, 2007

RUSHING
John Pettigrew of CVCA 21-274 TD
Tyler Fortner of Tallmadge 30-227-3 TD
Cody Destro of Mogadore 14-216-2 TD
John Hamilton of Nordonia 18-215 3 TD
Quinton Brewer of Revere 23-212-4 TD
Anthony Smith of GlenOak 23-202, 3 TD
Clay Swigert of Louisville 18-175-2 TD
Ryan Brodie of Mogadore 8-166-1 TD
Seth Koosed of Field 22-160-3 TD
Danny Beers of Northwest 12-148-2 TD
Zac Kreakbaum of Manchester 24-134
Alex Loftin of Stow, 15-114-2 TD
Britt Musal of Brunswick 7-111 2 TD
Justin James of Green 20-103

PASSING
Aaron Pantkratz of Nordonia 12-17-260-1 TD
Roger Wilson of St. Vincent-St. Mary 12-16-233-1 TD
Jim Shiplett of Northwest 10-12-225-2 TD
Jared Wackerly of Hoover 15-33, 224 yards, 3 TD
Neal Seaman of Louisville 19-27-, 206 yards, 2 TD
Alex Loftin of Stow 12-19-208-1 TD
Brynt Werntz of Orrville 18-26-203 yards
Lorenzo Sanchez of Garfield 11-18-180 2 td
Sean Bedevelsky of Brunswick 8-9-164-0
Dave Krusinski of Woodridge 8-13-153-1 TD
Alex Gedeon of Hudson 9-19-147 yards-1 TD

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Week 3 football scores

By RonPreps Published: September 7, 2007

Local scoreboard

Aurora 24, Twinsburg 13
Barberton 28, Kent Roosevelt 20
Boardman 46, Youngstown 0
Brunswick 40, Brecksville 22
Canfield 21,Alliance 6
Canton Central Catholic 35, Dover 15
Canton South 10, Ravenna 0
Cloverleaf 31, Lorain Southview 7
Coshocton 27, West Holmes 20
Coventry 33, Smithville 7
Crestwood 39, Streetsboro 21
CVCA 31, St. Thomas Aquinas 14
Danville 13, Dalton 12
Ellet 20, Cuyahoga Falls 18
Field 47, Rootstown 7 (click here for game story)
Garfield 21, Green 14 (OT)
GlenOak 37, Wooster 6
Hudson 38, Jackson 6
Leavittsburg LaBrae 28, Garrettsville 17
Lake 24, Canton McKinley 6
Louisville 35, North Canton Hoover 21
Malvern 26, East Canton 6
Manchester 33, Black River 7
Mansfield 13, Marion Harding 10
Mansfield Madsion 34, Mt. Vernon 27
Midview 32, Buckeye 14
Mogadore 35, Norton 6 (click here for game story)
Nordonia 38, Kenston 28
Northwest 55, Chardon 16
Orrville 27, Copley 6
Parma Normandy 27, Massillon 13
Perry 51, St. Jean de Brebeuf Sec. 0
Revere 59, Springfield 20
St. Vincent-St. Mary 31, Highland 0
Stow 37, North 12 (click here for game story)
Tallmadge 35, Firestone 20
Walsh Jesuit 21, Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin 14
West Branch 35, Salem 16
Windham 13, Southington Chalker 12
Woodridge 36, Kenmore 0
Youngstown Cardinal Mooney 34, Archbishop Hoban 0

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Wadsworth remains undefeated

By admin Published: September 7, 2007

The Wadsworth football team defeated Medina 30-24 in overtime Thursday night to improve its record to 3-0 this season.

Wadsworth senior running back Dru Jones scored the game-winning touchdown with a 20-yard run in overtime. Click here to read the Wadsworth-Medina game story by Tom Gaffney.

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Buchtel's Adams selects Michigan State

By mikeb Published: September 6, 2007

Buchtel senior Johnny Adams has committed to Michigan State to play football on scholarship, according to rivals.com.

Adams, 5-foot-11 and 160 pounds, told rivals.com he decided to commit to Michigan State over offers from Illinois, Indiana, Purdue, Syracuse, West Virginia and others.

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Game of the Week: North at Stow

By admin Published: September 6, 2007

North and Stow are both undefeated heading into Week 3. This is a new feeling for both teams.

North has already surpassed its win total in 2006. The Vikings finished with a record of 1-9 last season.

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Canton McKinley forfeits game

By admin Published: September 5, 2007

Here is a report from the Associated Press:

Canton McKinley High School will forfeit its 66-6 win over a Detroit high school after McKinley's coach discovered that an academically ineligible player participated in the game, school officials said.

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Pittman becomes a Ram

By admin Published: September 2, 2007

Antonio Pittman, a former standout running back at Ohio State University at Buchtel High School, was released Saturday by the New Orleans Saints.

The Saints selected Pittman in the fourth round of the 2007 NFL Draft.

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Kara Murphy's recovery

By admin Published: September 2, 2007

Kara Murphy, a 2007 graduate of St. Vincent-St. Mary, was a basketball star for the Irish. Murphy, a University of Akron recruit, suffered a severe concussion in a Division II district final game against Archbishop Hoban. Murphy was hospitalized and had trouble functioning for awhile.

The Akron Beacon Journal's Cheryl Powell wrote a story about Murphy's recovery. Check it out. It's a good read about a player who should be a standout for the Zips during the next four years.

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Week 2 football scores

By admin Published: September 2, 2007

Saturday's area football scores

Tulsa Union (Okla.) 31, Canton McKinley 0 in the Burger King Kirk Herbstreit Ohio vs. USA Challenge III at Fawcett Stadium

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Friday night review

By admin Published: September 1, 2007

There are a few scores that stood out in week 2 of high school football. Here is what I noticed:

North beat Coventry 32-22. That means North is 2-0. North is undefeated after the first two weeks for the first time since 1976. The Vikings are off to this rare start with first-year head coach Ken Johnson leading the way.

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Football: Player of the Game

By admin Published: September 1, 2007

Northwest 42, Firestone 21

Varsity Letters Player of the Game: Northwest senior wide receiver/defensive back Teddy Robb.

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