Avon Track Team Celebrates WSC 4-Peat

The Avon High boys track team captured the West Shore Conference championships held at Rocky River last week with 195.5 points to easily outdistance runner up North Ridgeville a 116. It is the fourth straight WSC title for the Eagles. Avon’s girls team also won with 147.5 points to second place River’s 130.5 and Bay’s third place total of 125.5. ... Read More »

Game On for Avon Football!

It’s game on for the Avon High football team! After wrapping up the school’s fourth straight West Shore Conference championship last weekend, the Eagles host Toledo St. Francis de Sales (8-2) this Friday, Nov. 8, at the Avon Stadium behind the Middle School. Avon not only cruised to a 6-0 West Shore Conference record, but also posted a perfect 10-0 ... Read More »

OHSAA Football Computer Ratings – Oct. 29, 2013

Division I   (top 16 from both regions qualify for the playoffs) Region 1 – 1. Lakewood St. Edward (7-1) 34.1201, 2. Hudson (8-1) 32.2667, 3. Mentor (8-1) 30.9667, 4. Austintown-Fitch (9-0) 28.9556, 5. Canton McKinley (9-0) 27.3562, 6. Westerville Central (8-1) 26.5505, 7. Stow-Munroe Falls (8-1) 24.8111, 8.Cleveland Heights (8-1) 22.8889, 9. Wadsworth (8-1) 22.1778, 10. Marysville (7-2) 18.9222, 11. ... Read More »

Westlake Gridders Take the Jug!

The Battle for the Little Brown Jug – the annual rivalry between the Westlake and Bay High football teams – was another terrific contest again this year. Although Westlake won, 20-14, both teams rose to the occasion in a rivalry so old it dates back to the days when Dover High split up into different communities – the cities of ... Read More »

Westlake Connection at NCAA Championships

Kyle Dake is NCAA Record Setter Congratulations to the family of 1980 Westlake High grad Doug Dake and his wife, Jodi! Their son, Kyle Dake of Cornell University, became the first-ever NCAA Div. I wrestling champion to win four titles in four different weight classes. Kyle wrapped up his amazing collegiate career at the NCAA Div. I championships in Des ... Read More »

Logan Stieber Claims Second Straight NCAA Title

Ohio State University red-shirt sophomore Logan Stieber claimed his second straight NCAA Div. I title at the national championships held at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa March 21-23. Stieber defeated Iowa’s Tony Ramos, 7-4, to make it two titles in a row at 133 pounds for the Buckeye. The win over Ramos gave Stieber a 5-0 career ... Read More »

NCAA Wrestling Leaders

INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA has released the latest standings for the 2013 NCAA Most Dominant Wrestler Award and most falls and tech falls in Divisions I, II and III. A minimum of 16 matches are required to be eligible for the Most Dominant Wrestler standings this week. That required match total will increase by one per week until 18 matches ... Read More »

Sheldon Stuckart Wins USA Weightlifting Title

Westlake High grad and former SWC wrestling Champ and current Lindenwood University Olympic Weightlifting Student Assistant Coach and competitor,  Sheldon Stuckart, won the USA Weightlifting 85 kg Junior Nationals in San Francisco, California this past Sunday February 17, 2013. Sheldon has qualified for the USA Weightlifting World Team and will represent the United States at the Junior Worlds in Lima, ... Read More »

Dustin Kilgore Goes Out With a Bang at KSU’s MAC Center

Senior Dustin Kilgore (Berea High) went out with a bang, while freshman Mack McGuire(Upper St. Clair, Pa.) gave Kent State fans a glimpse of what’s to come Sunday at the M.A.C. Center. The Golden Flashes won a respectable three matches against No. 1 Oklahoma State, before pummeling No. 18 Wisconsin 33-10 in the third place dual of the NWCA Cliff ... Read More »

OHSAA Board of Directors Meeting Highlights

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association Board of Directors met Thursday, Feb. 14 in Columbus for its regularly scheduled February meeting. The following are highlights from the meeting. The complete set of meeting minutes will be posted at –          By a 6-3 vote, the board approved an OHSAA Out-of-Season Coaching Instruction Proposal that will allow expanded ... Read More »