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The Akron Public Schools is investigating Firestone football coach Tim Flossie for alleged inappropriate actions following a game Thursday night at Archbishop Hoban.
Hudson High School senior Ross Palazzo and several other area swimmers have been working hard this summer in the pool.
Buchtel’s special teams lived up to their name as the Griffins played on even terms through an exciting first half against visiting Cleveland Heights on Saturday afternoon.
NORTH CANTON: A couple of cross country invitationals with quality competition have not intimidated or kept Ryan Adams and Athena Welsh from being No. 1.
GREEN: It’s only one game, but Green appears to have its football coach.
The Ellet offense was clicking on all cylinders Friday night in the Orangemen’s 2014 football season opener.
CUYAHOGA FALLS: The Cuyahoga Falls running backs just couldn’t hang onto the ball. But the Black Tigers’ receivers could.
MACEDONIA: A majority of the seniors on the Nordonia High School football team have known each other since elementary school.
Like any team with high hopes, there is camaraderie within the group of 22 seniors that extends to the juniors, sophomores and freshmen on the Knights.
Hudson 40, Euclid 6
Senior Mitchell Guadagni had a 19-yard touchdown run, and also threw two touchdown passes for the host Explorers (1-0).
Archbishop Hoban’s Todd Sibley Jr. is definitely a player to watch on the high school football scene in 2014.
Two-time defending state football champion St. Vincent-St. Mary looked every bit the part Thursday night, overwhelming visiting Garfield 45-10 in the season opener for both teams.
Highland had a season to remember in 2013, winning the Suburban League championship and advancing to a Division II state semifinal game.
Matt Furino, in his second go-round at Field, sees the Metro Division race not changing.
Jon Wallace is trading in his ball cap for a helmet.
Welcome back, Thom McDaniels.
Canton McKinley Bulldogs
The strength of the Manchester football team is no secret.
Division I, Region 1
Ricky Spradling put together a season for the books last year.
Hudson is ready for another run at the NOC Valley Division title and a good run in the postseason.
There appears to be no City Series favorite as the 2014 football season begins.
Hudson football coach Ron Wright and his staff like to tinker with their offense in an attempt to give opponents different looks and, ultimately, to score more points.