High expectations for senior-laden Rebels

South returns five starters from last year’s squad that finished 15-9 overall and 6-3 in the Western Reserve Conference, but even more importantly, the Rebels are led by a solid group of seniors with multiple years of varsity experience.

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Sanders extends his career in Europe

Former Lake Catholic running back Richie Sanders wasn’t ready to hang up his cleats after completing his career at Mercyhurst College. That led the 5-foot-8, 190-pounder to Germany where he’ll play in his first season of American Football in Europe.

North’s Jake Tanski announces commitment to Ohio Northern

North quarterback Jake Tanski has committed to continue his education and playing career at Ohio Northern University.

Cross Country News

West Geauga girls ready to run

West Geauga’s girls’ cross country team might be short on upperclassmen but the Wolverines have plenty of talent.

Lofty goals for Kirtland runners

Kirtland’s cross country teams enter the 2018 season with plenty of promise and lofty goals, including competing for its first Chagrin Valley Conference title in many years and advancing a number of runners to the regional and possibly the state cross country meets.

Golf News

Kirtland, Independence finish among top four at Badger Invitational

Kirtland finished in third place and Independence right behind the Hornets in fourth at the 2018 Badger Invitational at Pleasant Hills Golf Course on Tuesday. The Hornets shot a 350 while the Blue Devils finished with 362 strokes.

Young Lions ready for challenge

Orange graduated five seniors from last season leaving the Lions in a bit of a rebuilding year but the young golfers stepping into the lineup are ready for the challenge.

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    Eagles look to build on past success

    Geneva returns six starters and 11 letter winners from last year’s squad that finished 8-5-4 overall and reached the sectional championship game. The Eagles hope that experience leads to even greater fortunes in 2018.

    Rebels rely on senior leadership

    With just four returning starters from last year’s squad that finished 5-10-3, South’s boys’ soccer team will rely on its senior class to provide the leadership to the younger Rebels as the team comes together this fall.

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      The Bar is Set High at Madison

      With all 11 starters returning from last year’s team that finished 14-2-3 overall, 6-1 in the Western Reserve Conference and played in a district championship game, Madison’s girls’ soccer team has the potential to make a lot of noise in the postseason this fall.

      Senior-laden Lions have potential

      Orange’s girls’ soccer team has some work to do in replacing two all-league performers from last season but the Lions have the potential for a special season this fall.

      High expectations for senior-laden Rebels

      South returns five starters from last year’s squad that finished 15-9 overall and 6-3 in the Western Reserve Conference, but even more importantly, the Rebels are led by a solid group of seniors with multiple years of varsity experience.

      Hawks ready for bump up to Chagrin Division

      Hawken finished the 2017 season with a 16-7 record overall and an 11-3 record in the Chagrin Valley Conference’s Valley Division. The Hawks return four starters and five other letter winners from that squad. They’ll need that experience as they bumped up to the Chagrin Division for the 2018 campaign.

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