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ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – River’s Boys’ and Girls’ Lacrosse programs are heading into big tournament games this week. The kind of games against top-flight competition that most certainly add to the legacy of a program. And Legacy Capital Partners has Rocky River students covered when it comes to helping support the two Pirate teams. Legacy

River rolls on, tops Bears in tourney triumph

[Continuing coverage of RR Lax is presented by Legacy Capital Partners.] ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – The Pirates pillaged and plundered the Ottawa Hills defense early and often — and especially early – as Rocky River stayed alive in the 2018 Division II Ohio Girls Lacrosse Tournament brackets with a 15-6 victory at home. In fact,

Pirates plunder gold & silver

AMHERST, Ohio – Rocky River has qualified athletes into nine events in next week’s regional meet. [results] The Pirate boys qualified in five events, and the River girls qualified in four. Four Rocky River athletes — Michael Shoaf (boys shot put, discus), Eddie Zuercher (3200-meter run, 4×800-meter relay, Ava Rauser (girls high jump. 800-meter run)

From the jaws of defeat!

[Continuing coverage of RR Lax is presented by Legacy Capital Partners.] ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – Coaches put together game plans, organizational in manner with charts and contingencies, diagrams and direction. But Thursday’s Rocky River-Holy Name regional tournament game had the feel of imaginative cliffhanger drama, torn from of the pages of a movie script. One

River topped by two in sunset game

PARMA, Ohio – The Rocky River Pirates suffered a season-ending 5-3 loss to the Normandy Invaders on Thursday. After batting their way to an impressive .362/.457/.543 (batting/on-base/slugging) slash line and producing numerous comeback rallies over their previous eight games, River struggled to find a groove in what marked the second loss of the season to

14-4 win kicks off bracket attack

[Continuing coverage of RR Lax is presented by Legacy Capital Partners.] ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – A skilled Rocky River team that won 15 games in the regular season confirmed its status as a regional No. 1 seed with a 14-4 victory over Toledo Central Catholic on Wednesday. River’s 14 goals marked the team’s most in

Falcons pull rank, Pirates rebuffed

PARMA, Ohio – The Pirates went into Tuesday’s district semifinal on a late-season surge that had seen the Maroon & White win 4-of-their-last-5. On Tuesday against a talented-and-ranked Firelands nine, Rocky River kept that momentum going. Just not quite long enough. Rallying from a sixth-inning 8-7 deficit, the top-seeded Falcons (23-3) eked by the fourth-seeded

Bucs bolt to win in bracket opener

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – The Pirates tied their season-high in goals, as Rocky River defeated Sylvania Southview in regional state-tournament action on Monday. Senior attackman Zach Konrad logged five points (three goals, two assists) and sophomore midfielder Andrew Snow added four (all goals) as River jump-started its participation in the 2018 Division II Ohio Boys

Senior send-off nets 6-2 victory

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – Rocky River’s 2018 graduating class set the tone early and throughout in a 6-2 Pirate win over Walsh on Saturday evening. The win on Senior Night closed out the regular season, and the Pirates do so with the program’s most wins (15) since 2013. A senior-laden back line held the Warriors

Welch, defense deny Demons

WESTLAKE, Ohio – The Men in Maroon rode a hot start, a lockdown defense and superlative goalkeeping to a 6-1 victory over Westlake on Friday night. The Pirates scored five unanswered goals at the start of a chilly contest at St. John Stadium. Three of those markers would be unneeded the rest of the night,