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Keeping games close against Toledo powers Whitmer and Central Catholic used to be moral victories for Perrysburg as its varsity football team headed into the Northern Lakes League season. But not this year.
In the Associated Press' first high school football poll of the 2014 season, the Aurora Greenmen are ranked No. 6 statewide in Division III.
West Jeff's Ilya Peshko lays out attempting to catch a Mitch Denes pass in the first half. The pass was just wide and fell incomplete Saturday night.
Overall, the last month was a lot slower than the month before when it came to recruiting. This can be credited to the start of football season for both college coaches and recruits, however, that doesn't mean it wasn't an interesting month in the recruiting world.
Mac McLean, the first-year coach at Brooke, won't soon forget Week 3 of the 2014 high school football season.
Looking Back: 'Wizard of Oz' comes to town Movie, ad explained, featured living actors and was not a cartoon Check out this story on mansfieldnewsjournal.com: http://ohne.ws/1tU0cOf Judy Garland and Ray Bolger are shown performing the Harold Arlen-Ira Gershwin song, "If I Only Had A Brain" from the 1939 film, "The Wizard of Oz." A paean to Richland County's last covered bridge, a really big concert, an equally significant film debut and the announced arrival of a new steel plant in Mansfield highlight today's look back at the News Journal's headlines of 25, 50, 75 and 100 years ago on this date.
There was a sense of optimism in the air and a feeling of a fresh start Saturday when Cleveland Heights High School opened its new athletic stadium, built on the footprint of the former stadium at Cedar and Lee roads. The Tigers further heightened that excitement by driving down the field to score a touchdown on their first possession against Glenville.
Quarterback Dennis Grosel and No. 4 St. Ignatius' football team made the big plays when they needed them the most to defeat nationally-ranked Philadelphia St. Joseph's Prep , 42-34, on Saturday at Byers Field.
EACHWOOD - Elyria Catholic won't have to award its defense game balls after Saturday's visit to Beachwood. Almost everybody on the defense already got one courtesy of the Bison.
MENTOR, Ohio St. Vincent-St. Mary overcame three turnovers, including a pick-six, and held on to beat Lake Catholic on Saturday, 24-13.
Senior tailback CJ Berg rushed for a career high 180 yards on 22 carries to fuel a 19-6 non-league win over Akron Ellet during the Tallmadge football team's home opener at Rossiaky Stadium. Berg came up big, but it may have been the Blue Devils defense that keyed the win as Tallmadge scored 19 unanswered points.
The win spoiled the opening of the Tigers' new turf field and gave Glenville its first victory of the season. "Anytime you can get a win, it's good," said Glenville coach Ted Ginn Sr. "I thought we played well the first two games, but we gave them away."
AURORA, Ohio Aurora's football team started fast and then had to finish strong in defeating Revere, 35-21, Friday night at home. Check back around 10:45 p.m. for another story with more information from the game, including key plays that shaped the game, top individual performers and more.
The Salem Quakers needed only eight plays to ring up 21 first quarter points on their way to a 39-7 win over the visiting East Liverpool Potters Friday night at Reilly Stadium in Salem. Sophomore Cooper Bezeredi found the end zone three times in the first half as Salem forged a 27-0 halftime advantage.
Who would have thought that a high school football game between Solon and Strongsville in Week 4 would be a battle of undefeated teams? Who would have thought that both teams would be the surprise teams of the Cleveland area so far in high school football? Solon lived up to their end of the bargain last night also, using a balanced attack in defeating Willoughby South 51-27 at Stewart Field in Solon. Despite the opinion of many that Solon may be a year away from being what Solon football fans are used to, the Comets have darted out to a 3-0 start.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 03:30 am
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