Warriors fall to fourth-seeded Cougars
Edgewood softball coach Steve Cunha had seen it before. His Warriors fell behind early, gave up a big inning and rallied late only to fall a bit short.
Eagles keep soaring
There may be no better way to have started the event finals at the Premier Athletic Conference meet than the way Hailey VanHoy did for the Geneva girls track team in the 3,200-meter relay.
PV 15, Cardinal 12
THURSDAY, MAY 16
(11) Shaw at (1) Madison
(12) John Adams at (9) Brush
(7) Mayfield at (6) Cleveland Heights
(8) South at (4) Shaker Heights
Youngstown East at (5) Lakeside (4)
Geneva at Edgewood
If someone had told Edgewood coach Bill Lipps that his Warriors would win a Division II sectional title scoring only three runs in two games against Geneva and Perry, he probably wouldn’t have believed it.
Falcons fly to sectional title
As Scott Barber attested following Tuesday’s game, his Jefferson baseball team doesn’t do things the easy way. But the Falcons do get things done, and that’s what matters.
Eagles edge Warriors
Just like any hitter would be, Alyssa Donato was just trying to stay relaxed and put the ball in play.
3 alive in D-II tennis
Just three local tennis players survived the first day of competition in the area’s sectional tournaments.
Madison moves on in D-I
Both the Lakeside Dragons and Madison Blue Streaks are young in experience, but the difference between the teams was big on Tuesday afternoon in Madison. A sloppy start for the Dragons spelled doom as Madison rolled to a 10-0 win in a Division I sectional semifinal.
Edgewood 2, Perry 0
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