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Junior Kobi Bryant put together a 14-minute stretch to remember Monday night to help the St. Vincent-St. Mary girls soccer team extend its season.
Of course Grace Riley was afraid.
The Walsh Jesuit girls tennis team completed the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association Division I team tournament Sunday as state runner-up.
Hudson senior Kyle Mau was not aiming for a specific time Saturday in the Division I district cross country meet at Goodyear Heights Metro Park in Akron.
The St. Vincent-St. Mary boys soccer team beat archrival Archbishop Hoban 2-0 at home Saturday to advance to the Kent Division II district semifinals.
Buchtel used its speed and strength Friday night to put itself in the driver’s seat for the City Series championship.
MACEDONIA: Even without watching a game, one can get a good feel for it how it went by the word most commonly used by each coach after the game.
HUDSON: They shot off fireworks before the teams took the field, during player introductions, at halftime and at the end of the game.
Third-year East football coach Marques Hayes and the Dragons are making big strides.
HUDSON: There are wins, and then there are wins you never will forget.
The Associated Press released its fifth weekly state football poll, and Hudson and Mogadore maintained their ranking as No. 2 in Division I and Division VI, respectively.
When: Friday, Saturday.
Stow: Twinsburg got a taste of its own medicine in a rainy Division I sectional at Stow-Munroe Falls High School on Wednesday night.
A year ago, Dave Kurtz was just your average father in the crowd watching his son compete as a high school golfer.
The Jackson and Highland girls golf teams have become regulars in the Division I state tournament in Columbus.
With a 1-0 victory over Field in the opening game of the boys Division II sectionals, the Archbishop Hoban soccer team will move on to face St. Vincent-St. Mary on Saturday.
The Walsh Jesuit girls tennis team will be in action this weekend with Division I state championship aspirations.