Independence’s boys’ and girls’ track teams on Friday won district titles for the second straight season.
Independence’s girls’ track team built an early lead in its bid to repeat as champions of the Division III Cuyahoga Heights track & field championships.
Kirtland’s 4x800-meter relay team earned a regional berth on Wednesday after placing second at the Division III district championships at Cuyahoga Heights.
Macy McIntosh placed in three events as Kirtland opened the postseason with a strong showing at the Chagrin Valley Conference Valley Division Track & Field Championships at Crestwood on Thursday.
Independence repeated as the Chagrin Valley Conference Metro Division champions by sweeping the league championships at Lutheran West on Thursday.
Casey Adams won one event and placed in three others in leading Independence’s girls’ team to a first-place finish at the Cuyahoga Heights Relays on Saturday.
Kirtland’s Reilly Greenlee on Saturday became the third straight Hornet to win the MVP Award at the Cuyahoga Heights Relays.
Independence’s girls’ track team held off West Geauga to win the Independence Invitational on Tuesday.
North’s track teams turned in strong performances at the 2022 Ranger Invitational at Nick Carter Stadium on Saturday.
Trinity returns just a handful of experienced athletes and plenty of few faces as the Trojans look to rebuild their track program.
Independence’s track teams turned in a strong showing at Cardinal’s Bill Fisher Invitational on Saturday.
Lutheran West returns several talented athletes and has strength in numbers as the Longhorns look to compete for a conference title this spring.
Hawken’s track teams opened the season on Saturday with a strong finish at Cardinal’s Bill Fisher Invitational.
North’s track teams opened the 2022 season with a strong showing at the Bill Fisher Invitational at Cardinal High School in Middlefield on Saturday.
Independence’s track teams won conference and district titles in 2021 and the Blue Devils hope to serve up an encore performance this spring.
Independence track coach Jess Crooks and several members of her squad previewed the 2022 season at CVC Media Day on Sunday.
West Geauga’s girls’ track team is small in number but the Wolverines return several talented athletes and hope to compete for the CVC title.
Edgewood’s tennis team is young and relatively inexperienced, but already the Warriors have shown their potential to develop into a strong squad.
Kirtland’s girls’ track team returns several key athletes from last year and the Hornets are ready to build off of their success.
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