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Monthly Archives: January, 2012

Magnificat cagers top Lakewood for coach’s 100th victory

By Ryan Kaczmarski The Magnificat basketball team rolled into Lakewood High School last Wednesday night and beat the Rangers 71-53. The victory was Magnificat (11-3) head coach Meghann Hubach’s 100th of her career, and she didn’t hide her elation as she was presented with the game ball. “It’s awesome,” Hubach said. “The kids were excited. This senior group has been a […]

Bay, River swim to co-championship in WSC

Records were toppled last weekend at the WSC Conference swimming and diving meet. Nine records in all were broken as the Bay girls edged out Rocky River to share co-champion honors, with each team finishing the season with one loss to each other. The River boys dominated the pool to finish their season as undefeated […]

Crushers land Bay product Holmes in trade

By Dan Gilles The Lake Erie Crushers haven’t made too many outside splashes during the Frontier League’s offseason, mostly securing players on the current roster to contract extensions. However, last week, Lake Erie did make its first significant trade since dealing Josh Roberts to the American Association for two players back in October, acquiring Bay […]

Bay Village council mulls reducing police department

  By Jeff Gallatin BAY VILLAGE City Council’s mulling plans during budget discussions of the possible layoff or termination of up to 3 patrol officers from the 24 officer department has prompted public protests from the department’s patrolmen’s union. Representatives of the union,  Police Chief Dave Wright and Mayor Debbie Sutherland all said Monday, losing […]



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