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In their second meeting of the young season, the Rocky River and Avon hockey teams faced off at the North Olmsted Recreation Center on Dec. 4. After striking first in the second period, the Pirates (4-2-1) came away with a 3-1 victory over the Eagles (4-2-2). Alex Parnell opened the scoring …

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Each year, roughly 48,000 high school student-athletes sign a National Letter of Intent to make their college choices official. Locally, a number of athletes took part in ceremonies at their schools to mark the occasion on Nov. 10.

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While the St. Edward Eagles football team’s offense – led by players such as senior quarterback Christian Ramos and senior running back Danny Enovitch – is always a dangerous one, Friday’s regional quarterfinal game against No. 9 Berea-Midpark proved that the No. 1-ranked Eagles defense and …

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As the Avon girls soccer team entered halftime of its Nov. 2 regional semifinal game against Strongsville, the Eagles were riding high after picking up a one-goal advantage on a score from freshman Skylar Kruszka in the 21st minute.

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In a Division I district final that was also a clash of area conference champions, the Amherst volleyball team was able to advance with a 3-1 victory on Oct. 30 at Midview High School.

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Coming off big playoff wins against Brunswick and Avon – against whom Avon Lake was a combined 0-3 during the regular season – the Shoregals volleyball team was riding a hot hand entering its district final match against St. Joseph Academy on Saturday. 

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With victories in their respective regular season finales, the Avon and Olmsted Falls football teams posted identical 6-1 records in Southwestern Conference play and will share the 2021 championship.

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St. Joseph Academy, the top seed in its Northeast Ohio district in Division I, wasted little time in dispatching of 33-seed Lorain on Oct. 21 in front of a home crowd.