October 7, 2015


Select games will be streamed on WEOL.com

Day Date Game
Friday 10/2 Black River at Keystone AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 10/2 Amherst at Avon Lake Stream 2
Saturday 10/3 Elyria Catholic at Holy Name AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 10/9 North Ridgeville at Avon AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 10/9 Clearview at Columbia Stream 2
Friday 10/16 Solon at Elyria AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 10/16 Amherst at Avon Stream 2
Friday 10/23 TBD AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 10/30 TBD AM930/ Stream 1

High school football: Bolin, Midview tie state mark in win over Avon


AVON — Dustin Crum did a little bit of everything Friday night. The Midview quarterback threw a Lorain County-record eight touchdown passes. He led the Middies with 143 rushing yards. He even threw an 11-yard pass … to himself. Crum hooked up with senior wide receiver Logan Bolin for six touchdowns — tying a state Read More…

High school football: Avon Lake seizes victory over Lakewood through air and ground

LAKEWOOD — In previous years, the Avon Lake Shoremen were like the Pony Express. They took care of business on the ground with long, methodical drives that chewed up large chunks of time. This year’s Avon Lake team is different — they can deliver the goods by land or by air. Senior quarterback Patrick Beckman 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…

LIVE CHAT: Chronicle-Telegram high school football, Week 4


Live Blog Lorain County High School Football Week 4  

High school football: Jake Kuchta and Darin Guice come up with big plays as Elyria Catholic wins big over Valley Forge


PARMA — Elyria Catholic played a little seven come 11 Thursday night and hit the jackpot against Valley Forge at Byers Field. The seven belongs to senior quarterback Jake Kuchta, while the 11 is senior wide receiver Darin Guice. The two hooked up for three sweet touchdown passes as the Panthers rolled 47-14. It was Read More…

High school football: Is Avon-Midview the battle of the year?

As Avon and Midview prepare to take their rivalry from the defunct West Shore Conference to the expanded Southwestern Conference on Friday night, both schools and coaches can rest easy knowing that they boast two of the best high school quarterbacks in Northeast Ohio — junior Dustin Crum for the Middies and senior Jake Sopko Read More…

VIDEO: Alcorn talks Week 4 of the high school football season


Tim Alcorn of WEOL 930-AM talks with Bruce Bishop about the matchups and key players on this week’s high school football schedule.

QB Hunter Schmeltzer rushes for 271 yards, comes through with big play as Brookside downs Western Reserve Academy

HUDSON — It’s not often a player who rushes for 271 yards needs to redeem himself in the final minutes of the game, but Brookside quarterback Hunter Schmeltzer made up for a timely turnover in a big way. After setting up Western Reserve Academy’s touchdown drive to cut the Cardinals’ lead to 10, Schmeltzer burned Read More…

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Avon overcomes North Olmsted in triple overtime

For more on Friday’s games, see Saturday’s Chronicle. NORTH OLMSTED — Destiny just may be on Avon’s side. Avon remained perfect at 3-0, 2-0 in the Southwestern Conference, thanks to three names that don’t normally get a lot of publicity. They teamed to pull out a 41-40, three-overtime thriller over North Olmsted. Jake Sopko provided Read More…

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Avon Lake beats league rival Westlake

Avon Lake's Matthew Stanfield breaks Westlake's Micheal Beaver's tackle to move the ball up the field early in the first half. AMANDA K. RUNDLE / CHRONICLE

For more on Friday’s games, see Saturday’s Chronicle. AVON LAKE — It’s not even the middle of September, only the most militant leaves have begun to turn autumn colors, people still use their air conditioning and yet it’s not too soon to be playing a “must win” game. At least not in the new-look, nine-game Read More…