Eagles Blank Rangers

Avon’s  Ryan Jones

Thursday night on the WEOL Baseball Diamond Duels, the Avon Eagles picked up a 4-0 road victory over SWC rival North Ridgeville.

Eagles pitching blanked the Rangers behind the outstanding play of starter Liam Ostrowski who pitched five shut out innings, walked two batters and allowed just two hits. Combined, Avon pitchers allowed just four hits in the game.

At the plate, Ryan Jones and Nate Brooks both knocked in runs to secure the win.

Hear the entire game below and check out archived games on the WEOL Diamond Duels Webpage.

A Morning Show Chat with Senator Sherrod Brown

Senator Sherrod Brown

On Thursday, April 11th, The WEOL Morning show caught up with Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown.

During the conversation, Bruce and Craig spoke with the Senator about new legislation he has proposed to give tax relief to working families and the likelihood of it passing. Senator Brown also addressed the arrest of Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange, and the ever rising price of prescription drugs in the United States.

Take a listen to Bruce and Craig’s entire conversation with the Senator below.


Shormen edge Comets in WEOL Baseball Diamond Duel

Avon Lake High School pitcher Ryan Shinko

The Avon Lake Shormen handed the Amherst Comets the second loss of the season in a 4-3 final Wednesday night.

Defensively the Shormen were lead on the mound by Ryan Shinko who allowed just three hits while pitching all in all seven inning for the win.

At the plate Ethan Shepard and Kal Kuwalu paced Avon Lake with two hits each.

The win advances the Shormen to 3-6 overall and 2-4 in SWC play. The Comets fall to 7-2 on the year and 4-2 in the SWC.

To hear the game in it’s entirety, click on the link below. To hear archived games from earlier in the season, visit the Diamond Duel page here.


Avon Lake advances to Quarterfinals of the Scholastic Games of Lorain County Presented by the Elyria Public Library

Avon Lake Team: Natalie Miller, Connor McNeill, Irwin Deng

In the second wild card match up of the Scholastic Games of Lorain County postseason, the Avon Lake team mad up of Natalie Miller, Irwin Deng and Connor McNeill defeated the Amherst team of Devin Harmych, Sam Gargasz and Gabby Krugman by a score of 460-200.

The match was tied after the Current Events Round where Amherst went a perfect 5-for-5 on their questions.

It was the third round, when the buzzers were introduced, that the Avon Lake team earned the advantage doubling the score of Amherst with quick responses. In the proceeding Multi-Clue round, Irwin Deng picked up a crucial 70 points to assure a victory for the Shormen.

Avon Lake’s Connor McNeill picked up the Standout Scholar Award.

Listen to the entire wildcard match up below, and remember to check out the archived shows on the Scholastic games of Lorain County web page here.