On Friday night we open the High School Football Season with three games live on AM930 and here on WEOL.com starting at 6:30pm. On AM930 and Stream 1, after a solid run in the postseason last year the Midview Middies look to get 2015 off to a strong start when they hit the road against the Lorain Titans. On Stream 2, Avon Lake looks to bounce back from a tough 2014 season when they host the Elyria Pioneers. Stream 3 features our Medina County Match up where Greater Cleveland Conference power, Brunswick, opens up the year in the Hornets Nest at Highland High School. To hear any of these games live online click on the image above or the highlighted stream. To see what WEOL’s Tim Alcorn and the Chronicle’s Shaun Bennett think check out the Lorain County Week One Preview presented by Cork’s and Stubby’s
Kim Meyers, President of the Lorain County Fair, lets us know what we can expect when the gates open on Monday.
The start of the High School Football Season is upon us. Get ready for the 2015 year with the Forecast Magazine. Inside you will find articles about area teams, your favorite high school and college football team’s schedules, and the broadcast schedule for the Kolczun & Kolczun Gridiron Clash and Medina County Match-Up. For a look at the magazines, simply click on the images below.
Last years Lorain County Golden Helmet winner C.J. Conrad graces the cover of this years Fall Forecast Magazine. He is just the second Keystone player to receive the Golden Helmet Award. In Conrad’s senior season with Keystone he lead the Wildcats with 55 receptions, 742 yards and 10 touchdowns. The burly tight end helped his team make their first ever Division IV playoff appearance with an 8-2 regular season record. This year Conrad makes his way south to Lexington, Kentucky where he will continue his playing career as a member of the University of Kentucky Wildcats.
Brunswick’s Steven Ficyk takes his place on the cover of our second ever Medina County Forecast Magazine. The Blue Devils field general had a remarkable senior season in 2014 earning the honor of the Medina Gazette MVP. He led all quarterbacks in the county passing for 2,039 yards, 22 touchdowns, just four interceptions and a NFL passer rating of 106.2. Ficyk led a potent offense that averaged 326 yards and 30.9 points a game. In 2015, Ficyk will continue his football career at NCAA D-II Hillsdale College in Michigan.