May 6, 2016

Elyria
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High school football: Logan Bolin keeps Midview rolling against Westlake with three TD passes, two scores of his own

EATON TWP. — Midview senior Logan Bolin, making his first varsity start at quarterback, proved his coach right. After Dustin Crum went down with a shoulder injury last week at Berea-Midpark, Middies coach D.J. Shaw said he wasn’t worried because Bolin, who was Midview’s leading receiver, was “one of the best quarterbacks in the area.” Read More…

H.S. Football: Midview WR Logan Bolin shows versatility, flexibility as he fills in for injured QB Dustin Crum

EATON TWP. — Midview receiver Logan Bolin was well on his way to a record-setting season as one of the top wide receivers to ever play high school football in Ohio. A strange thing happened on his way to the record books. In the first quarter of the Middies’ 24-14 victory over Berea-Midpark last Friday, Read More…

H.S. Volleyball: Lake Ridge scrambles to four-set victory over Open Door

ELYRIA TWP. — In a match that featured a lot of improvisation, Lake Ridge got the last laugh to topple host Open Door in four sets, 25-17, 21-15, 25-19, 25-22. Senior Rowena Kobrak led the Royals with 33 digs and added nine kills while Sarah Criss handed out 30 assists and added 15 digs as Read More…

High school football: Linville runs all over Amherst in Olmsted Falls win

AMHERST — Olmsted Falls senior running back Spencer Linville didn’t start the Bulldogs’ 19-14 Southwestern Conference win at Amherst. He sure finished it. Linville picked up 38 of his game-high 207 rushing yards in a fourth-quarter drive that chewed up most of the clock and sent the Comets to their fifth defeat in as many Read More…

High school football: Firelands’ defense riding high after three straight shutouts

Late in the fourth quarter of Firelands’ season-opening loss, Edison running back Alex Neuberger scored a touchdown on a 3-yard burst up the middle. The Falcons haven’t been scored on since. Firelands is riding a three-game shutout streak heading into tonight’s Patriot Athletic Conference crossover game at Oberlin. Led by dual-threat senior quarterback Brad Thrasher, Read More…

High school football: McCall gets his, but defense delivers in North Ridgeville win over Olmsted Falls

OLMSTED TWP. — Everyone knows what Demario McCall can do, but North Ridgeville can play some defense, too. The Rangers shut out Olmsted Falls in the second half of Friday’s 23-13 win in Southwestern Conference action at Harding Stadium, handing the Bulldogs their first loss of the season in the process. McCall got his yards, Read More…

Cross Country: Perales grinds out title at Open Door Invitational

ELYRIA — Oberlin senior Simon Perales is dealing with an Achilles tendon injury, but he felt good enough to finish in front of the field at the 28th annual Open Door Invitational. Perales, who won the cross country event for the second consecutive year, was the only runner to break the 18-minute mark, finishing in Read More…

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Elyria Catholic edges Mogadore

  For more on Friday’s games, see Saturday’s Chronicle-Telegram ELYRIA — Darin Guice paid his debt in full. After getting beat for a long touchdown pass in the first half, Guice felt like he owed his team something to make up for the mistake. His 41-yard catch-and-run late in the fourth quarter kept a critical Read More…

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: North Ridgeville gets late stop, then scores winner in final minute

AMHERST — A twist or a tug. Left foot spot or right foot. After his team’s 18-14 Southwestern Conference victory at Amherst, North Ridgeville coach Luke Durbin pointed out how every inch can make the difference between a win and a loss. The inches didn’t add up for the Comets (0-2, 0-1 SWC), who failed Read More…

Students and athletes: Coach Jay Anderson wants Oberlin’s reputation to be as stellar in football as it is in academics

OBERLIN — Jay Anderson, while respectful of the past, wants to take his Oberlin College football program into a new direction … one he hopes will land it in places it has never seen before. Anderson, who was an assistant under former Yeomen coach Jeff Ramsey for three years, was 2-8 in his first season Read More…