Rocky River High School
River Takes 41st Bell Invitational Track Meet|
Combined Team Scores - 34 Events Scored
1) Rocky River 265
2) Kenston 250.33
3) Avon Lake 200
4) Bay 166.50
5) Aurora 152.83
6) Elyria 140.33
7) Lakewood 79
8) Midview 67
Rockets strong over Pirates in GLC rival match-up|
Offense - Player FGM/FTM/Pts
Rocky River: #5 Jack Corrigan 8/2/22, #2 Eric Jones 3/0/6, #34 Matt Popovich 3/0/6, #23 Josh Sekic 2/1/6, #20 Snow 1/0/2, #22 Zach Waite 8/0/16.
Bay: #23 Park Altieri 1/0/3, #40 Scott Durham 4/0/8, #11 Cole Gergye 2/0/5, #10 Jack Jelen 5/0/13, #1 John Koz 13/1/27, #0 Erik Painter 2/4/8, #15R.J. Sunahara 1/2/4, #13 Kyle Thompson 1/0/2.
Murray gets 250th, River floods over Longhorns|
#32 M.Berghaus/0/2/2, #22 S.Berghaus/2/0/5, #4 Josh Ranc/1/1/3, #12 Mason Spelich/2/0/5, #11 Sean Voiers/8/3/22, #23 Tommy Walker/3/2/8, #Rory Zakareckis/2/0/4.
#5 Jack Corrigan/10/4/32, #2 Eric Jones/5/1/11, #3 Jose Monterrosa/2/0/4, #34 Matt Popovich/1/0/2, #23 Josh Sekic/3/1/7, #15 Noah Steele/4/0/10, #22 Zach Waite/4/0/8.
Rockets down Pirates to claim GLC championship|
The Bay girls soccer team used a 3-0 run to defeat arch rival Rocky River, 4-1, and claim the first-ever Great Lakes Conference championship.
Maddie Holmes led the Rockets with a pair of goals and leads the team in goals on the season with 16. Alex Hoffman added a pair of assists for Bay, which moved to 12-2-2 on the season.
The other two Bay goals were scored by Maddie Ault and Hoffman, while Kate Dannemiller and Autumn Meisenburg each registered an assist. Keeper Jillian Dubil had nine saves.
Rocky River, which moved to 10-3-2, tied...
Lakewood, Avon top the field in first SWC preview|
The Lakewood boys made the most of their first ever Southwestern Conference Preview Meet.
The Rangers, placing three runners in the top 10, scored 47 points to edge out Avon by three points and claim the SWC title Saturday at Lorain County Community College in Elyria. The Eagles, also competing in their first conference meet, won the girls race with a team score of 36 to easily out-distance Amherst\'s 72.
Berea-Midpark claimed both individual champions. Lindsey Scarton won the girls meet with a time of 19:49.5, while Michael Jankowski took the boys crown with a time of 16:57.3
Lakewood\'s top finisher was Henry Bish, who came in third with his 17:16.0. Teammate Micah Swartz was fifth with a 17:30.4, while Evan Budzar came in 10th with a 17:50.9 The Rangers\' hopes were bolstered by Joe Burtzlaff (17:59.6) and Gunnar Stockman (17:59.9), who finished...
River settles for split in season-opening marathon|
With just four seniors in the starting lineup, a youthful Rocky River squad had struggled as the preseason came to a close. Finding a consistent chemistry on the pitch had eluded the Pirates as they headed into their 2015 season opener with Hawken.
But there were no such problems Friday night at Rocky River Stadium.
The Pirates, thanks in part to three long-range goals by senior Samantha Zamarripa, worked together for a 3-1 win over the Hawks. That high level of communication continued less than 24 hours later in a narrow 1-0 loss to Springboro.
\"I\'ve found out that the longer shots work well for me,\" said Zamarripa, who gave Rocky River a 1-0 lead Friday night on a 30-yarder on the run as she advanced the ball up the middle. \"On that first shot...