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Pirates’ pair of Jacks help send Royals down the River

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio — The Rocky River Pirates defeated the Lake Ridge Royals, 4-1, on Tuesday. Making the most of their home environs at Tri-City Park, the Maroon & White swept their doubles matches and got singles wins by Jack Latham and Jack Bowers. The Pirates will return to Tri-City on Wednesday, as they open

River RacketMen earn first ‘W’ of the season

CANTON, Ohio — Rocky River went 1-2 over three matches at an invitational tournament on Saturday. The Pirates defeated Orrville, 3-2, then lost to Marietta (by a final of 3-2) and North Canton Hoover (5-0). River’s win against Orville marked the team’s first of the young season. The Pirates (1-4) were led by freshman Jack

Pitching, long ball stitched together in 5-3 win

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – The Pirates rode the right arms of seniors Ross Hartman and Tommy Kelly and the bat of the Hartman to a 5-3 victory over Eastlake North on Tuesday. Hartman (4-2/3 innings pitched, three runs allowed) and Kelly (2-1/3 shutout innings) pitched around six Rocky River errors, as the Pirates returned to

All Teams Schedule: Week of Apr 01 – Apr 07

Apr 01 Boys Varsity Tennis at Lakewood High School Lakewood 4:30 pm   Apr 02 Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Eastlake North High School Eastlake North High School 4:30 pm | Rocky River High School Apr 02 Boys Varsity Tennis vs. Lake Ridge 4:30 pm | Rocky River High School Apr 03 Girls Varsity Track at

Boys earn bronze at Saturday invite

AVON LAKE, Ohio – The Rocky River boys placed third and the girls carded eighth at the Avon Lake Invitational on a rainswept Saturday at Avon Lake Stadium. [results] The Men in Maroon earned 68.5 points, finishing behind only Strongsville (119) and Wadsworth (93.5) in a field of 16 teams. The Rocky River squad had

A Will to win

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio – The hustle heroics flowed freely on what was a raw, rainy day in Strongsville. A hearty, pellet-saving dive by Will St. Pierre. A bar-down, bolt-action rifle-shot goal by Andrew Snow. A resolute stick-work stonewall of a would-be game-winner by Jack Rossi. Desperate swashbuckling thievery by Blade Cintron. And a tremendous, game-ending twine-finder

Pirates blasted by Rockets, 15-7

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – Rocky River lost to Bay, 15-7, on Saturday. A staunch Rocket defense and sketchy River passing collided to hamper the Pirates’ scoring chances in a home game they trailed wire-to-wire. Bay’s Megan Young scored the first two goals of the contest early in the first half and would go on to

‘Dog-gone solid performance in home victory

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio — A patient, ball-control offense and a ball-hawking transition defense combined to produce a 10-5 Rocky River win over the Olmsted Falls Bulldogs on Friday night. With the victory, the Pirates remained undefeated on the young season. Rocky River (5-0) got three goals apiece from the Weaver brothers — Nolan and Hayden

Pirates open with twin wins at Bay

BAY VILLAGE, Ohio – No hurdle was too high. Rocky River Track & Field ran, jumped, threw and vaulted its way into the 2019 season with a boys’-girls’ sweep at Bay on Thursday. On the boys’ side, the Pirates earned an 88-48 victory. In the girls’ competition, River defeated Bay, 85-51. “We had great team

River falls, 5-0, at Walsh

CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio – Rocky River was blanked, 5-0, by a talented Walsh Warrior squad on Wednesday. Walsh took all three singles matches without yielding a point, as the Pirates fell to 0-2 on the season. The doubles team of Aiden Walsh and Ethan Mylett made the most noise on the scorecard – they were