April 1, 2015

Mostly cloudy

H.S. Football: North Olmsted rallies past North Ridgeville in battle of unbeatens

DeMario McCall sprints through for a touchdown early in the second quarter at North Ridgeville High School. RAY RIEDEL/CHRONICLE

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — The Rangers were a quarter from improving to 3-0. But North Olmsted had its own perfect record to protect, and North Ridgeville saved its worst mistakes for the most inopportune times. The Eagles (3-0) scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns Friday to hand North Ridgeville its first loss, 35-28. North Ridgeville (2-1) was its Read More…

Boys soccer: North Olmsted dominates, but Amherst stays tough, holds on for scoreless tie


NORTH OLMSTED — Amherst presented North Olmsted with something the Eagles hadn’t seen much of in their first four games, North Olmsted coach Chris Marsh said. In the team’s three victories, North Olmsted hadn’t had to be perfect in the final third, as the bulk of its goals had come easily, most often after an Read More…

North Olmsted’s St. Richard School to close

NORTH OLMSTED — St. Richard School, a fixture in the community since 1950, will be closing its doors to children from grades kindergarten through eight at the end of this academic year. “It’s like the perfect storm,” said the Rev. Charles Stollenwerk, pastor of St. Richard Parish. North Olmsted is changing, enrollment is down and Read More…

Suspect arrested in Avon carjacking

AVON – Two males are under arrest following an early-morning carjacking in which the stolen vehicle crashed into a pick-up driven by a Westlake man, and a Westlake school was put on lockdown for about two hours. According to Westlake police, the incident began at 6:43 a.m. when Avon police reported a Ford Taurus was Read More…