February 14, 2016

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Keystone students don orange for injured classmate, donate to fund

Keystone High School students wear orange clothing in honor of fellow student Kyle Delligatti, who was critically injured Wednesday in an automobile crash. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE

LAGRANGE — Following support and donations from Keystone High School, the family of a 17-year-old Keystone student who was critically injured in a car crash this week set up an official fund for him on Friday morning. Kyle Delligatti, 17, who was listed Friday in critical condition at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, was involved Read More…

Keystone rallies around classmate injured in crash


LAGRANGE — Last week, Kyle Delligatti, 17, was busy as junior class president of Keystone High School doing a fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs. That was pretty standard for the teen. Thursday he was unconscious and in critical condition after a two-car crash Wednesday on state Route 301 near Webster Road. Kyle lost Read More…

Keystone proposes starting school year earlier

LAGRANGE — Those involved with 4-H are concerned with a proposal made by Keystone Schools Curriculum Director David Kish to start school earlier than usual. Superintendent Jay Arbaugh said the school year traditionally starts the Monday after the Lorain County Fair, which this year is scheduled to run Aug. 18 through 24. But after state-mandated Read More…

VIDEO: Keystone athletes sign letters of intent

Keystone seniors Carleigh Herrington, Eastern Michigan, softball; Nicole Neri. Concord, softball; Emily Cornish, Cedarville, softball; and Tyler Gullett, Toledo, baseball; signed letters of intent Thursday. SHAUN BENNETT/CHRONICLE

Four Keystone seniors signed letters of intent Thursday to play college athletics. Keystone’s Tyler Gullett signs to play Division I baseball at Toledo. Carleigh Herrington signs to play Division I softball at Eastern Michigan. Emily Cornish and Nicole Neri signed to play Division II softball at Cedarville and Concord University, respectively.  

Keystone’s Tyler Gullett hasn’t missed a beat going from baseball to football, tailback to quarterback

Tyler Gullett

When Tyler Gullett left St. Edward and came back to Keystone last year, it was too late for him to play football. His impact on the baseball diamond, however, was immediate. Not only did he lead the team in hitting with a .464 average, 14 home runs and 64 RBIs, but he also stole 24 Read More…

High school cross country: Lutheran West boys, girls load up on seconds at Keystone Icebreaker

Brooskside Creighton Jensen is on the way to a second-place finish in the Keystone Icebreaker Monday at the Equestrian Trails. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE

CARLISLE TWP. — Lutheran West will second that emotion. While the Keystone girls ran well in Monday’s Keystone Icebreaker, placing all four of its runners in the top 11, it was the Longhorns who had the most consistent day among area teams as their boys (87) and girls (64) finished second at the Lorain County Read More…

High school football 2013: Keystone hoping to build on solid 2012, believes it has athletes to do just that

LAGRANGE — The Wildcats have been to the depths of the valley and they didn’t like the view. After going winless two years ago, Keystone responded last year with a 5-5 record that could have been even better had a couple of games gone its way. This year there’s a new attitude and a new Read More…

Boys golf: Westlake captures Comet Invitational for second win in as many weeks

OBERLIN — Westlake High School is already serving notice that it’s a team to watch this high school golf season. Need proof? The Demons won the annual Comet Invitational at Oberlin Golf Club with a score of 316, five strokes better than runners-up Olmsted Falls and Avon Lake at 321. Still not convinced? Just last Read More…

Keystone’s Tyler Gullett headed to Toledo to play baseball

LAGRANGE — Following a stellar junior baseball season, Keystone’s Tyler Gullett was hopeful to have his college search finalized before his senior year began. After visiting Toledo, Bowling Green and Dayton over the past few weeks, Gullett made up his mind Sunday morning, orally committing to Toledo. “I’m just ecstatic right now,” Gullett said. “It’s Read More…

Maya Johnson throws perfect game, strikes out 15 out of 15 to lead Columbia Red Wagon Farm to OGSO Class A district title


NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Columbia Red Wagon Farm pitcher Maya Johnson wasn’t just good Monday night — she was perfect. Johnson threw a five-inning perfect game, striking out all 15 batters she faced as Columbia defeated Keystone Sugar Ridge Towing 10-0 in an OGSO Class A (U-10) district championship game at Palmer Field. While Johnson has Read More…