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Cross Country News

Greenlee becomes first Kirtland runner to qualify for state meet since...

Kirtland junior Reilly Greenlee on Saturday will be the first Hornet runner to compete in the state cross country meet since 2008.

Hornets run to regionals

Led by Reilly Greenlee and Julie Namciu Kirtland’s girls’ cross country team is headed to the regional meet for the first time since 2010.

Football News

Blue Devils grind through “basic training”

Independence’s football team on Thursday added a military twist to its summer conditioning program.

Independence’s Casey McGhee shines at kicking camp

Independence's Casey McGhee finished among the top five in the field goal competition at the Kornblue Kicking Camp on Sunday.

Golf News

North’s Tyler Schwenk tees up college choice

North senior Tyler Schwenk on Thursday announced his commitment to continue his education and golf career at Lake Erie College.

North’s Hailie Wilson tees up her future

North senior Hailie Wilson on Monday announced her intention to continue her education and golf career at Ohio Northern University.

Boys Soccer News

Hornets fall in double OT

Kirtland scored early but South Range rallied for a late goal in regulation and scored the game-winner in the second overtime.

OT goal leads Kirtland to third straight district title

Evan Dures scored two goals, including the game-winner in overtime, to lead Kirtland to a 3-2 win over Andrews-Osborne in a Division III district championship.

Girls Soccer News

Former Cougar Ella Hadley ready for next challenge

Former Lake Catholic standout Ella Hadley prepared for her next challenge by competing for the Croatia Juniors in the WPSL.

North’s Molica, Polunus map out their futures

North’s Chris Molica and Mackenzie Polunus on Wednesday became the latest Rangers to officially sign a National Letter of Intent to continue their educations and playing careers in college.

Volleyball News

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    Wilson locks in her college choice

    After losing her junior season due to an injury, Independence's Hanna Wilson is back and has locked in her future.

    Avila sets up her future

    Independence senior setter Abby Avila has one less thing to worry about as she prepares for her final year with the Blue Devils.