WEOL Weekend Scores and Games on Demand

It was another exciting weekend of high school football on WEOL. If you missed any of the games, click on the scores below to hear the match-up in it’s entirety.


BlackRiver@KeystonFinalIn the Kolczun & Kolczun Gridiron Clash it was Keystone’s Austin Conrad who made a big mark on the game. The Wildcats tailback broke free for 258 yards and three touchdowns leading Keystone to their first shutout since 2013. With their win over the Pirates the Cats advance to 2-4 over all with a 1-0 record in the Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division. Black River’s loss keeps the Pirates at .500 with a 3-3 overall record and a 0-1 mark in PAC Stars Division play.


Amherst@AvonLakeFinalSouthwestern Conference play continued in our second Kolczun & Kolczun Gridiron Clash of Friday Night. Defense was the key of the game for the Shormen as Avon Lake edged out Amherst despite giving up four turnovers to the Comets. Avon Lake evens out their record at 3-3 this season with the win. The Shoremen advance to 3-2 in SWC play. Avon Lake will meet up with Berea  – Midpark this week. Amherst is still looking for their first win of the season after Friday night’s loss. The Comets are currently 0-6 overall with an 0-5 record in the conference. Amherst plays North Olmsted this week.


Brunswick@MedinaFinalIn our Medina County Match-Up the Brunswick Blue Devils picked up their second win in a row. Brunswick’s triple option offense kept Medina guessing where the ball would go and often they chose wrong. With 496 rushing yards the Blue Devils worked their way to a decisive victory in this Greater Cleveland Conference showdown. Brunswick is now 2-1 in conference play with a 2-4 overall record. For Medina their overall record drops to 3-3 with a 1-2 record in the league. Brunswick host last place Shaker Heights this week. Medina is on the road at Mentor.


HolyName@ElyCatholicFinal In Saturday’s Kolczun & Kolczun Gridiron Clash it was a Great Lakes Conference battle between Holy Name and Elyria Catholic. Holy Name’s Shakif Seymour set the tempo of the game early breaking past Elyria Catholic’s defense for  a 70-yard touchdown run on the just second play of the game. The Panthers were forced to play catch up the rest of the game, but the never quite did. Elyria Catholic falls from the top of the Great Lakes Conference with the loss. The Panthers are now tied for second place with Bay at 2-1. The Panthers will have the opportunity to create some separation between themselves and the Rockets when they travel to Bay this Friday night. That game can be heard right here on WEOL.com Stream 2 starting at 6:30pm.

Elyria Mayoral Candidates Debate

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Picture courtesy of Kristin Bauer from the Chronicle Telegram



The four Mayoral candidates of Elyria gathered Tuesday night at the Veterans of Foreign War Post 1079 for a night sponsored by Invest Elyria. The group fielded questions written in by residents of the city. To hear what each candidate had to say, listen to the Debate by clicking on the image.

L’Amour du Vin Wine and Food Event

L’AMOUR DU VINOn Thursday, October 8 The 18th Annual L’AMOUR DU VIN Wine and Food Event – Presented by University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center – will be held at Avon Oaks County Club.

The event will feature wines from around the world, food from top notch local restaurants and WEOL’s own Tim Alcorn as the emcee.  Tickets to the night’s big event are $75 for general admission and $95 for the VIP Lounge. You can reserve you seats now at www.arthritislamourduvin.com  Proceeds from the event will benefit the Arthritis Foundation, Great Lakes Region, Northeastern Ohio.

During the L’amour du Vin, the ball room at Avon Oaks Country Club will include food from 87 West at Crocker Park, Ahern Catering, Arrabiata’s Italian Restaurant, Bistro 83, Gatherings Kitchen, Gourmet Guy Catering, Heck’s Café, Hub 55,  Kiedrowski’s Simply Delicious Bakery, Little Devil Cupcakery, Nino’s Fine Italian Cusine,  Parker’s Grille and Tavern,  Seryrell’s Food Products, LLC, Sweet Designs Chocolatier and Taki’s Greek Kitchen.

The Arthritis Foundation is committed to raising awareness and reducing the impact of arthritis, which strikes one in every five adults and 300,000 children, and is the nation’s leading cause of disability. To conquer this painful, debilitating and unacceptable disease, they support education, research, advocacy and other vital programs and services.

Get your tickets today and help the Arthritis Foundation continue their research. For more information on the Arthritis Foundation visit www.arthritis.org.

WEOL Mobile App with Stream Presented by the University of Toledo


Download the WEOL Mobile App Presented by the University of Toledo today! The app features original content and live games broadcast straight to your smartphone or tablet. You can download the app to you device through the Apple Store or Google Play Store for free.