August 31, 2014

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H.S. Football: Wellington’s Dylan Weidrick runs over Edison

WELLINGTON – On a night where sloppy field conditions took center stage, it was the Wellington Dukes offensive line that drew rave reviews from junior quarterback Dylan Weidrick. Weidrick ran for 112 yards on just eight carries, but found the end zone on runs of 18 and 82 yards to help Wellington get in the Read More…

High school volleyball: Middies come through in clutch, knock off Bay

Midview's No. 5 Alex Nilges and No. 9 Tori Barker defend against Bay's Amelia Stickler. (CT photo by Steve Manheim.)

GRAFTON — If the changing of the guard in the West Shore Conference took place at Midview on Tuesday night, Middies senior star Arrianna Cumberledge knows exactly the reason why. “I think it was our heart, to be honest,” she said after guiding Midview to a five-game, 25-19, 17-25, 24-26, 25-17, 15-11, victory over two-time Read More…

H.S. Football: Norwalk’s Dustin Crabtree runs over Keystone

LAGRANGE — Just as Keystone head coach Rob Clarico’s scouting report led him to believe, his “Kiddy-’Cats” were simply outmatched by an older, faster and more physical Norwalk Trucker team during Friday night’s non-conference game. But little did he know that it would be a one-man wrecking machine that would do all the damage. Norwalk Read More…

High school volleyball: Midview downs EC in four games

ELYRIA — Midview may not have rolled out the red carpet in welcoming Elyria Catholic to West Shore Conference volleyball play, but if Tuesday night’s conference opener is any indication of what’s to come, the Middies are certainly happy to be one up. Behind the play of seniors Arrianna Cumberledge, Lindsay Schoen and Madison Bolin, Read More…

Boys soccer: Fast start propels Elyria Catholic past Wellington

ELYRIA – School may not be in session just yet for everyone across Lorain County, but a veteran Elyria Catholic squad held its own version of Soccer 101 for visiting Wellington on Saturday afternoon at Knights of Columbus Field. Scoring goals in a variety of ways and playing keepaway with the ball from the Dukes Read More…

H.S. Football: Vermilion blanked by Huron

VERMILION – If patience is truly a virtue, then Vermilion head coach Ben Ohlemacher knows his will be tested as his Sailors work to rebuild a once-proud football tradition. On Friday night, though, the Huron Tigers showed no patience at all. Just two plays and 28 seconds into the 2011 season, Huron senior quarterback Kyle Read More…

Girls soccer: Lorain 5, Columbia 0

COLUMBIA STATION — Lorain High rookie head coach Michelle Hilko is making things simple for the Titans this season. Hilko believes that if her team strives to improve each day, good things will happen. If Tuesday night’s season-opening win over Columbia is an indication, the Lorain girls are following the script. Senior forward Tiyana Lighty Read More…