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In following the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s recent restructuring of the football season, the Southwestern Conference has released a new, six-game schedule for its eight teams – Avon, Avon Lake, North Ridgeville, North Olmsted, Olmsted Falls, Amherst, Midview and Berea-Midpark.

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When David Hogue pulls into the long gravel driveway connecting Middle Ridge Road in Lorain to the Sportsmen’s Gun and Reel Club, he’s entering his happy place.

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The scores certainly counted, but a Southwestern Conference girls tennis opener between the Westlake Demons and the North Olmsted Eagles on Aug. 10 was more about appreciating what you have while you have it.

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Former North Olmsted High School athlete and now Baldwin Wallace golfer Rachel Sladky was named to the 2020 Spring Academic All-Ohio Athletic Conference team last week.

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A veteran of girls high school basketball from Arizona is set to become the next girls basketball coach at Westlake High School. The Board of Education must approve his hiring before it becomes official.

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When the Avon boys basketball team begins practice next season, the new coach will not be someone the players will have to get to know and learn a new system.

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Who was the greatest NFL coach of all time? Before you immediately yell out Bill Belichick, let me say that he's good, but my vote would go to Don Shula. Shula died early Monday morning at age 90.

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It won't be the glamour or have the star power that past NFL drafts have, but tomorrow night's draft will be something entirely different.

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With the cancellation of spring sports in high schools and recreation departments caused by COVID-19 (coronavirus), uncertainty surrounds summer camps put on by various organizations.

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It had to tear apart St. Edward basketball coach Eric Flannery. His 25-1 Eagles had just steamrolled Lorain 76-55 in the OHSAA Regional semifinals at James A. Rhodes Arena. Just eight teams were left — four games for a possible state title — when word came down from the state that all tourna…

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Sidelines at Westlake boys soccer games will be different when the fall season begins in August.

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The remainder of all winter tournaments and the start of the spring season are suspended indefinitely due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions on public gatherings over 100 people, according to the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA). Those winter tournaments included the girls state …

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Elyria Catholic High School, top-seeded Lorain, was determined to take away Avon Lake’s outside shooting to force the fifth-seeded Shoremen to run an inside-out offense instead in Wednesday’s Division I district semifinal on Wednesday..

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Less than a week after the Westlake girls basketball team won its first district championship since 2016, the Demons magical season ended Wednesday night at Norwalk High School against Toledo Notre Dame Academy.

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Tournament time is the right part of the schedule to play a complete game, and the Holy Name boys basketball team did as such in a Division II district semifinal Thursday at North Ridgeville.

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The goal this entire season for the Fairview Warriors boys basketball team has been to win a district championship. After dropping from Division II to Division III at the start of the year, thus leaving the North Ridgeville district in which local powerhouse Cleveland Central Catholic has a …

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First, the Willard girls basketball team established a tough interior defense. Then, at the other end of the floor, 3-pointers started to fall.

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For a calendar year, the Westlake girls basketball team was nagged by a Division I district semifinal loss they felt was premature.