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Huskies run to win at Garfield

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Cardinal rushed for 344 yards in a season opening 34-14 win at Garrettsville Garfield on Friday. Eight different Huskies carried the football and Cardinal’s defense shut the G-Men down in the second half.

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Hornets don't skip a beat

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Graduation losses and inexperience at key positions didn’t affect the Kirtland Hornets in a season-opening 49-14 win over North on Friday. The Hornets outgained the Rangers, 456-153, and carried the ball 44 times for 339 yards.

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Mentor makes good first impression in blowout over Boardman

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A long bus ride to Youngstown was made considerably easier on the way back to Mentor for Coach Steve Trivisonno and the Cardinals after Friday night's strong opening-night effort against Boardman. Mentor scored 41 points in the first half and cruised with the new running clock rule in effect to an emphatic 48-14 victory over the host Spartans to begin the 2014 season.

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Bison earn draw with Lions

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Beachwood controlled the ball for most of the first half but had nothing to show for it as the Bison settled for a 1-1 draw with Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin on Thursday. The Lions led 1-0 at halftime before Bogatur Askaryan tied it up on an assist from Max Babbush.

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Kirtland stuns Hawken, 4-3

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Kirtland came from behind to defeat Hawken, 4-3, on Thursday. Jordan Ianiro scored two goals and Luke Sabbath and Caleb Cardon each added one to lead the Hornets to their first win over the Hawks in at least 10 years.

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Hornets shut out Rebels, 3-0

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Kirtland freshman Hannah Vouk scored the first goal of her high school career and senior captains Ariana Cubela and Bronte Beaman each added goals to lead the Hornets to a 3-0 win over Willoughby South on Wednesday. Vouk and Deanna Ponzani had assists in the game.

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Kirtland's Christine Walsh wins Hawken Invitational

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Kirtland’s Christine Walsh took first place to lead the Hornets to a second place finish at the Hawken Invitational on Wednesday. Beachwood’s Cathy Perloff was second and Kirtland’s Katherine Stief finished sixth. Cardinal’s Anny Futty finished in 10th place and Brandon Neikirk was seventh in the boys’ race. 

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Play sports now, work later

While many high school students work hard at balancing their academic and athletic loads, others choose to hit the work force rather than play a sport. Ohio Varsity sponsor, Athletic Performance Training Center, has a message for those who bypass high school athletics: Play now. Work later.

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