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Sports Chatter (12-14)

Westlake soccer postseason awards

Congratulations to Charlotte Tate (1st-team) and Alex Ferrell (2nd-team) for their All-Ohio soccer team selections.

 

North Olmsted High School to host wheelchair basketball games

Kyle Masterson, wheelchair basketball player and senior at North Olmsted High School, will be playing in his home high school gymnasium as the Achievement Centers for Children’s Junior Wheelchair Cavaliers Basketball team takes on the Junior Wheelchair Sterling Heights (Detroit) Challengers in a double-header on Dec. 18. Game one will be tipping off at 10 a.m., with game two set to start between 11:30-noon. Playing at his own high school gymnasium makes this a special game for Kyle since his team travels to play teams from Michigan, Indiana and Illinois. For Kyle, who will be graduating in June, this will be his last chance to play for his local supporters. For those that come out to cheer Kyle and his teammates on, they will see extraordinary athletes playing with unrivaled passion, strength and courage. Tickets are $3, with children under the age of 10 free.  Proceeds from ticket and concession sales will help defer the costs of tournament fees and travel expenses for the team.

The Achievement Centers’ Junior Wheelchair Cavaliers Basketball team, with generous support from the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, became the first such junior team in the state of Ohio in 2010.

 

 

Rocky River vs. Lakewood swimming

Girls
Rocky River 118, Lakewood 68
200MR:  McCue,Flynn,Perez,Goepfert(R) 214.63. 200 free: Neff (L) 2:05.20. 200IM: Flynn(R) 2:18.69. 50 free: Auzenbergs (R) 24.94. Diving: Oster (R) 156.34. 100 fly: Auzenbergs (R) 1:04.61. 100 free: Flynn (R) 56.45. 

500 free: Perez (R) 5:40.06. 200FR: Auzenbergs, Goepfert, Weger,McCue(R) 1:47.19. 100 back: McCue (R) 1:03.20. 100 breast: Goepfert (R) 1:18.50. 400FR: Flynn,McCue, Perez, Auzenbergs) 3:53.00.

 
Boys
Rocky River 120, Lakewood 63
200MR: Smith, Grant, Stankivicz, Parris(R) 1:54.81. 200 free: Grant(R) 2:06.13. 200IM: Parris (R) 2:08.77. 50 free: Henry (R) 23.68. Diving: Pearlman(L) 218.69. 100 fly: Stankivicz (R) 1:03.37. 100 free: Goecke (R) 52.50. 

500 free: Arnold (R) 5:33.77. 200FR:Goecke, Grant, Arnold, Henry(R)1:36.60. 100 back: Parris (R) 58.77. 100 breast: Grant (R) 1:12.85. 400FR:Henry, Arnold, Goecke,Parris(R)3:33.43.

Results courtesy of Susan Auzenbergs

 

Hope College

Congratulations to Megan Altieri (Bay Village/Bay High School) for earning her second varsity letter in women’s soccer.

Altieri plays goalkeeper for Hope College in Holland, Mi. She played 1,740:54 minutes in 20 games this season with a 1.76 goals against average and four shutouts. She led her team to an overall record of 12-8.

 

Fairview Park

FAIRVIEW HIGH SCHOOL is looking for a pole vault coach for the 2012 track and field season. This is a paid position.  Responsibilities will include teaching pole vault technique to high school boys and girls while also working with middle school vaulters two times a week, running the pole vault event at high school and middle school meets and assisting with other track-related duties on the team. Applicants must have a CPR certification, attend a sports medicine class, attend the OHSAA “Coaching Class” and attend a pole vault certification class. 

Please contact head coach Rich Friel at 440-356-3500, ext. 4141.
 

 

 

Lutheran West Christmas basketball clinic

Phil Argento Jr., Ohio’s high school and college 3-point record setter, is running a Christmas basketball clinic at Lutheran West High School on Dec. 26-27, from 12:30-3 p.m. The clinic is open to boys and girls in grades 3-8. Please call 216-816-6766 or email him at philargento32@yahoo.com with questions or to register. More info is available at www.argentobasketball.com.

 

Magnificat Basketball

Cavs High School Hoops Showcase: The Magnificat High School varsity and junior varsity basketball teams will be playing Beaumont High School at Quicken Loans Arena in the Cavs High School Hoops Showcase on Friday, Dec. 23. The JV will play a shortened game beginning at 5:30 p.m. and the Varsity will play at 6 p.m. Tickets for the Cavs High School Hoops Showcase are $16 and include admission to all games that day, as well as a voucher for a future Cavs game valid through the 2012-13 regular season (seats subject to availability for a mutually agreed upon date). Fans can get their tickets for the Cavs High School Hoops Showcase through Magnificat’s athletic department, 440-331-7663, or by visiting www.theqarena.com/qpass.

 

OWU Men’s Soccer Wins 2011 NCAA Div. III National Championship

The Ohio Wesleyan University men’s soccer team captured the 2011 NCAA Division III National Championship with a 2-1 victory over Calvin on Saturday night at the Blossom Soccer Complex in San Antonio, Texas.

The Battling Bishops (23-2-0), led by legendary head coach Jay Martin, earned the program’s second national title all-time after also taking home the Walnut & Bronze in 1998.

In addition, Martin became the winningest coach in NCAA history (all divisions) with the victory as his career record now stands at 608-115-49. He surpassed Joe Bean who previously held the record after compiling 607 wins from 1962-2006 at Quinnipiac, Bridgeport and Wheaton (IL).

 

Bay varsity volleyball season recap

West Shore Conference Champions –

2009, 2010, & 2011

OHSAA Div. 2 District Champions – 2010

OHSAA Regional Runners-up – 2010

OHSAA Div. 2 District Runners-up – 2009

 

Highlights of the 2011 Bay Volleyball Season:

2011 West Shore Conference Champions 11 – 1  (35 – 7 in conference games)

3rd Consecutive West Shore Conference Champions – “3 Peat”

30 Consecutive WSC Conference victories over 3 seasons before losing to Midview in Sept.; followed by a new streak of 10 consecutive WSC victories.  In total, the Lady Rockets lost only 1 conference match in 3 years.

Overall 2011 Match Record:  20 – 4   Game record:  58 – 16

During the “3-Peat” years of ’09, ’10 and ’11, the team recorded a WSC Conference match record of 39 wins and only 1 defeat in the WSC. Overall, their 3-year match record is 66 wins against only 9 defeats.

During the “3-Peat” years, the Lady Rockets were 119 and 12 in conference games (91%) and 191 and 37 (85%) overall.

1st Place in 2011 Renee Roche Invitational @ Independence HS

2nd Place in 2011 Mayfield Invitational @ Mayfield High School.  Senior MH Rachel Vick was selected as Tournament MVP

Ranked 18th in Final OHSVCA D2 Poll

The Freshmen Lady Rockets were the Regular Season and Tournament Champions of the WSC as well with an overall record of 16 and 2.

Seniors Rachel Vick, Jenny Osborne, Katie McFeeley and Claire Wilson, and Junior Emily Garrity were members of all 3 WSC Championship Varsity Teams during the “3-Peat”.

 

Lady Rocket Volleyball:  School records held by members of the 2011 Varsity:

1)   Service Aces in a single match:  Held jointly by Katie McFeeley and Amy Urwin – 8 aces.

2)   Total Kills in a single match:  Held by Rachel Vick with 25 kills

3)   Block Kills in a single match:  Held by Bridget Durham with 6 block kills

4)   Single Season “Serve Receive” record:  Held by Emily Garrity with a Serve Receive percentage of 93.4%

 

Awards and Honors Received by Members of the 2011 Lady Rocket Varsity

 

AWARDS PRESENTED BY THE BAY COACHES AND BAY HIGH SCHOOL:

Team MVP – Rachel Vick

Scholar Athlete – Claire Wilson

Sportsmanship Award – Jenny Osborne

Leadership Award – Katie McFeeley

Offensive Player of the Year:  Claire Wilson

Defensive Player of the Year – Emily Garrity

4 Year Letterman Awards – Claire Wilson & Rachel Vick

3 Year Letterman Awards – Katie McFeeley, Jenny Osborne & Emily Garrity

 

 

WEST SHORE CONFERENCE: ALL CONFERENCE AWARDS:

 

WSC Conference MVP:  Rachel Vick

1st Team:  Claire Wilson and Rachel Vick

2nd Team:  Katie McFeeley and Emily Garrity

Honorable Mention:  Jenny Osborne

Coach of the Year:  Tony Tahan

Information courtesy of Bob McFeeley

 

Burning River Roller Girls

SEASON 6: BIGGEST AND BEST YET FOR THE BURNING RIVER ROLLER GIRLS

Season 6 will usher in a brand new era for the Burning River Roller Girls, Cleveland’s premier roller derby league. This season will include our traditional five home team bouts, in which the Hard Knockers, Cleveland Steamers, Rolling Pin-Ups and Hellbombers battle for the Hazard Cup. But also, for the first time ever, the league will host two travel team events at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland!

Our travel teams, the Burning River All-Stars and the HazMat Crew, are the best of the best of the Burning River Roller Girls, and never before have they been able to challenge their rivals at this venue. These bouts are part of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) rankings for our All-Stars and could advance our skaters into regional, or even national, competition.

“The Burning River Roller Girls are very excited to be hosting two home travel team bouts this year,” said Kelli Pilch-Habel (aka Death Proof), president of the Burning River Roller Girls. “Fans will not want to miss the action of high-level roller derby that these teams bring to the table, and it’s a great opportunity to watch other leagues in action.”

SEASON TICKETS ON SALE NOW

You’re invited to witness the fastest growing sport in the country – for an amazing price. While other teams have been on strike, the athletes of the Burning River Roller girls have been training hard to give our fans the exciting sporting experience they deserve.

All events are double-headers, so you get double the derby action for one low price! Plus when you buy a season pass, it’s like getting three games for free, compared to day-of admission!

Tickets:                     

General admission
Adult advance: $12
Adult day-of: $17
Kids (12 and younger): $6
Special group (Student, Military, etc.): $10
Season ticket (seven bouts): $63 – This is 25% off – $9 per bout.
 
VIP admission
Adult advance: $15
Adult day-of: $20
VIP special group (Student, Military, etc.): $12
VIP season ticket (seven bouts): $78.75 – This is 25% off – $11.25 per bout.

Have a group of 10+ from your work or other organization? Call the Wolstein Center to inquire about special pricing.

Tickets can be purchased in person at the Wolstein Center box office, by phone at 1-877-468-4946 or online at www.wolsteincenter.com

 

 

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