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Sports Chatter 10-21

LAKEWOOD
YOUTH FENCING
The 12th Annual Escrime D’Halloween is coming Nov. 5 to Lincoln Elementary School in Lakewood, and is sponsored by Lakewood Recreation and Cyrano’s Place. This regional youth cup (RYC) historically brings people from throughout the region for variety of fencers in a relaxed and friendly competitive environment.

Cost: Registration $40 for the first event, $10 additional events plus $5 late fee if register after Oct. 31

The event is organized by Cyrano’s Place sponsored by Lakewood Recreation. They promise to have your event start and finish at a reasonable time based on close of registration and size of event! USFA membership required and may be purchased at the door.

This Regional Youth Cup attracts Fencers from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Michigan, Indiana, New York and beyond.

Where: Lincoln Elementary School, 15615 Clifton Blvd, Lakewood OH 44107. The Elementary School is easily found off I-90. From east or west take I-90 to Warren Road exit. Go North on Warren to Clifton. Take a left on Clifton. Lincoln Elementary School is on your left.

From South, take I71 to W. 150 exit. Go north on W. 150. W. 150 becomes Warren. Then follow the directions above.

The school has a wonderful playground out for the younger sibling. There is a little garden outside the gym. Parking is plentiful in back of the building and on the adjacent street.

Events Scheduled:

Y10 Mixed Epee Sat. 9:30
Y10 Mixed Foil Sat. 11:30
Y10 Mixed Saber Sat. 9:15
Y12 Mixed Epee Sat 2:30
Y12 Mixed Foil Sat. 9:00
Y12 Mixed Saber Sat 3:30
Y14 Mixed Epee Sat 10:30
Y14 Mixed Foil Sat. 12:30
Y14 Mixed Saber Sat. 1:30
Y10 events must use #2 or #0 blades as per USFA rules and regulations.
To pre-register please go to AskFred.net in the Great Lakes Section
Questions? Call Cyrano’s Place 216-227-DUEL (3835). Or Email Sarakass@Juno.com

LUTHERAN WEST BOYS SOCCER
The Longhorns beat Wellington High School, 4-3, on Oct. 11, to give them a record of 12-3-1 (7-2 in the PAC)
Halftime
LW 3, W 2
Goals:
LW—Gabriel Petkac
LW—Ricky Downer—2
LW—Daniel Hessler
W—Nick Dowdell—2
W—Josh Marks
Assists:
LW—Pat Smith
LW—Daniel Hessler—2
LW—Ricky Downer
W–none
Saves:
LW—Gaven MacDonald—5
W—Jake Miller—5

BAY VILLAGE
VILLAGE FOUNDATION HERITAGE RUN
Race through beautiful Bay Village in the second annual Heritage Run to benefit the Village Foundation on Oct. 22, 2011. The 5K run/ 1 mile walk begins at Cahoon Memorial Park at 9:00 a.m. Preregistration is available on line at www.hermescleveland.com at $20.00 or in person, on the day of the race at $25.00. Packets will be available for pickup on Saturday, the 22nd at 7:30 a.m. at Cahoon Park. The first 350 participants will get a cool, dry-tech, long-sleeved t-shirt. Funds collected by the not-for-Profit, Village Foundation go for Bay Village community projects. Please join us, rain or shine for a delightful fall experience in Bay Village.
For more in formation call Eileen B. Vernon at 440-835-2243

WESTLAKE YOUTH BASKETBALL
Westlake Recreation Department is currently registering boys and girls in grades one through six for their Youth Basketball League. This program is open to any child who lives in, goes to school in the city or is a current member of Westlake Recreation Center. Programs are designed to instruct youngsters in the fundamentals of the game of basketball. Volunteer coaches are needed for all divisions. Registration deadline is Nov. 2. Practices start Nov. 28 and games will be played on Saturday’s beginning Jan. 7 thru March 3.
For more information visit our web site at www.wlrec.org or call 440-808-5700 ext. 3426.

SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMY
Saint Joseph Academy is sponsoring a father/daughter basketball clinic on Oct. 26. Head varsity coach Maggie Steadley and her staff will be conducting the clinic. The cost is $20 per Father/Daughter. Two sessions will be held, 6-7:30 p.m. for third through fifth grade and 7:30-9 p.m. for sixth through eighth grade. The clinic will be held at Saint Joseph Academy gym. For further information please visit our website at www.sja1890.org/?Basketball10.
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY WOMENS SOCCER
WALTHAM, Mass. – The Brandeis University women’s soccer team battled 24th-ranked Chicago to a 1-1 draw in a match that featured a one-hour, 25-minute delay in the second half due to lightning. The Judges move to 5-7-1 overall and 0-2-1 in the University Athletic Association, earning their first league point of the season, while the Maroons fall to 6-4-2, 0-1-2.

Brandeis wasted little time opening the scoring. Just 2:01 into the contest, senior Mimi Theodore ( Walpole , Mass. ) sent a ball back to the top of the box to sophomore Mary Shimko ( BAY VILLAGE /Lake Ridge Acad.). Shimko sent a high shot on net that UC senior goalkeeper Emma Gormley ( Carmel , Ind. / Carmel ) tipped but was unable to corral, and it drifted just under the crossbar. It was Shimko’s third goal of the season, a team-high.

BALDWIN-WALLACE VOLLEYBALL
The Baldwin-Wallace College volleyball team defeated Ohio Athletic Conference rival Ohio Northern University, 3-2 on Saturday, in the Rudolph Ursprung Gymnasium in the Lou Higgins Center.

With the win, the Yellow Jackets improve to 14-11 overall and 2-3 in the OAC. With the loss, the Polar Bears fall to 11-14 overall and 2-3 in the OAC.

B-W outlasted ONU 3-2, by scores of 25-18, 16-25, 25-14, 23-25, and 15-12.

The Yellow Jackets were led offensively by junior outside hitter Amanda Sawicki (Mentor/Lake Catholic) with 16 kills, and junior middle hitter Rachel Switalski (North Royalton/Holy Name) and freshman middle hitter Nicole Christner (Minerva) each recorded eight. The offense was set up by junior setter Jessica Stitts (Eastlake/North) with 40 set assists.

Defensively, B-W was led by junior defensive specialist Natalie Emmons (Ashland) with 22 digs, sophomore Shannon Deleur (OLMSTED FALLS) followed Emmons with 10.

The Polar Bears were led by Helen Grenert with 13 kills. Grenert was followed by Kristen Davidson and Cenzie Yoder with nine kills apiece. The offense was set up by Amanda Volosin with 27 set assists. ONU was led defensively by Jeni Kmic with 18 digs.

B-W plays next on Saturday at OAC-foe Wilmington College and then returns home to end the regular season by hosting OAC and Cleveland cross-town rival John Carroll University on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. and then Muskingum University on Saturday, Oct. 29 at 12 noon.

The Oct. 25 match versus JCU is designated as the “Dig for the Cure” match to raise awareness for breast cancer research. The Oct. 29 match against Muskingum is Seniors’ & Parents’ Day.

MAGNIFICAT CROSS COUNTRY

The Magnificat cross country team finished out its regular season on Saturday at the Sim Earich Invitational at Trumbull County Fairgrounds in Cortland. The junior varsity squad ran as the varsity-A and varsity-B teams in the varsity race while the top 6 varsity ladies did not compete. The team enjoyed victory in both the varsity and open races with some amazing performances. The A-team earned top honors with 40 points, the B-team was fourth overall with 113 points and the open team earned a perfect score of 15 in the open race.

The varsity-A team brought in all seven runners in the top 16. Bridgette Coyne led the way in a season best time of 20:43, followed closely behind by Meghan Riley in sixth and Victoria Meyer in seventh. Erin Gallagher and Angelina Klucznik rounded out the top five in 10th and 12th places, while Brooke McQuinn and Jane Ketterer were 14th and 16th.

The varsity-B team boasted personal records by Devyn Brossard, Nadia Vovk, Mia Mariotti and Caroline Samanich. In the open race, 10 additional persoanl record times were achieved, including personal bests by Marie Haikal, Liz Fitzgerald, Avery Pacella, Molly Bryden, JeanAnn Tabbaa, Ellie McCabe, Julia Young, Fiona O’Donnell, Morgan Brenner and Maggie Hughes.

“The ladies brought it together the way it should be done for the final regular season meet,” said head coach Anjanette Arabian. “They battled huge winds and conquered the challenge with 14 personal records for the day plus many other season best performances. We enjoyed seeing the joy of accomplishment for their own individual races and those of their teammates. Watching a team come together and encourage each other to both individual and team success is what this team is all about.”

NORTH OLMSTED RECREATION

MENS BASKETBALL LEAGUE

The mens adult basketball league season begins the week of Nov. 14.

Registration for returning teams opened on Sept. 1.

Registration for new teams opened Sept. 15

Registration deadline is Nov. 1.

Cost is $320.00 per team plus $12.00 per person nonresident fee.

A forfeit fee of $64.00 per team is refundable at the end of the season.

Referee fees are $32.00 per game.

For more information call the North Olmsted Recreation Center at 440-734-8200, or visit the Rec. Center at 26000 Lorain Rd. North Olmsted, Ohio 44070 or visit the website at www.north-olmsted.com

 

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