Lake Ridge Advances to Semifinals of the Scholastic Games of Lorain County

John Harrington, Ryan Rosu, Sparsh Balabadadrapatruni

On Monday, March 25th, the Lake Ridge team made up of John Harrington, Sparsh Balabadrapatruni, and Ryan Rosu defeated the North Ridgeville team consisting of Aidan Cunningham, Jonah Fechner and Emily Hills by a final score of 370-310.

After finishing the opening round, in a 50-50 draw, Lake Ridge began to pull away by outscoring the Rangers by 30 in round two. The third round saw North Ridgville start to narrow the lead ending the round in a 20 points deficit

In the multi clue round, Lake Ridge’s Ryan Rosu pulled the Royals ahead for good scoring 90 points on early clues. Rosu would go on to be named the Standout Scholar Award winner as his team clinched the first semifinal spot of the 2019 Scholastic Games Season.

Next week’s quarterfinal will take place Tuesday night and will feature Avon vs Oberlin.



Grant Named 2019 Lorain County Mr. Basketball

Lorain’s Devone Grant

Just before the Lorain County Boys All Star game at Avon Lake, Lorain’s Devon Grant was named the 2019 Lorain County Mr. Basketball Award winner.

During his time at Lorain, Grant wracked up video game type numbers, finishing his career with 1,564 point. He also set new school records with 31 consecutive free throw hit, 44 points in a single game, and 10 three pointers hit in a single game.

Grant will continue his playing career next season at Miami University, an NCAA Division I program.

To hear the entire presentation of the the 2019 Lorain County Mr. Basketball Award, click the link below.

2019 Spring Forecast Magazine

The 2019 Spring Forecast magazine is out!!

This years magazine features articles that take an in depth look at the High School Softball and Baseball seasons ahead. Indians fans will also enjoy a preview article that looks at this years team and how they are projected to do in the American League Central. Finally, readers will catch up with Lake Erie Crushers great Andrew Davis in an article written by the voice of the Crushers himself, Andy “Bull” Barch.

Along with the great articles found in this years edition of the Spring Forecast, there are also season schedules for the Cleveland Indians and Lake Erie Crushers. If you are wondering when you can hear your favorite team on WEOL this Softball and Baseball season, make sure to check out the Broadcast schedule located on page two.

Either stop by a local business in Lorain County, or check out the electronic version of the 2019 Spring Forecast by clicking on the image of the magazine.

Clearview moves on in Scholastic Games of Lorain County

Clearview Team:
Sierra Hitchens: Nathaniel Suprun: Thomas Rivera

The Clearview Clippers advanced to the Quarterfinals of the Scholastic Games of Lorain County on Tuesday night with at 290-230 victory over Brookside.

The Clearview team consisting of Sierra Hitchens, Thomas Rivera and Nathaniel Supurn got out to an early 40 point lead going 5 for 5 on questions in the first round.

After both teams nailed perfect scores in the Current Events Round, the Clippers added 20 points to their lead in round three.

Despite trailing by 120 points going into the final round, the Brookside team consisting of Dakota Rabineau, Lucia Morello and Kassie Brooks mounted a comeback outscoring Clearview by 60 points in the final stanza.

Though a valiant effort, it came to late as the Clippers held on for the win, and team captain Nathaniel Suprun was awarded the Standout Scholar Award.

To hear Tuesday night’s Wildcard Round between Clearview and Brookside click the link below. To hear other archived shows, click here.

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