Rocky River Boys Varsity Track

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One-two punch

BEDFORD, Ohio – The boys’ and girls’ teams earned first- and second-place finishes, respectively, at Friday’s Trinity Invitational. [results] The Pirate boys (97 points) topped a field of 14 teams, sneaking past Hoban (95) for the top spot on the title podium. Junior thrower Michael Shoaf’s performance – wins in both the shot put and the

Pirates display rule of thirds

LAKEWOOD, Ohio – Rocky River carded a pair of third-place finishes in the Lakewood Ranger Relays on Friday. The Pirate boys squad scored 74 team points to place third in a field of eight teams. The River girls scored 80 points to finish third in a field of eight. [Results] The Maroon & White won

Byers beware: River sweeps GLC tri-meet

PARMA, Ohio – Rocky River’s Boys’ and Girls’ teams remained undefeated in Great Lakes Conference action, as both swept Holy Name and Normandy at Byers Field on Tuesday. “We had a lot of athletes step up today,” said Boys Head Coach Mark Hogya. Stepping up in the twin wins on the boys’ side were eight

Pirates stand Tall as boys grab gold

TALLMADGE, Ohio – The Pirate boys squad earned gold by the slimmest of margins in Friday’s chilly, windswept Bill Barry Invitational. [Results] Rocky River scored 102 team points to turn aside Lake (101) and five other teams in the early-season meet. Daishaun Hill tallied 21.5 points over four events, and Michael Shoaf continued his assault

Mettle tested, medal earned

AVON LAKE, Ohio – The Rocky River boys’ squad earned a medal finish in Saturday’s Avon Lake Invitational, as the Pirates place second in a field of 12 teams. The River girls placed seventh in a field of 13. [Results] The event at Avon Lake Memorial Stadium closed out a successful first week of action

Twin wins in Track opener

PARMA, Ohio – Rocky River’s Boys and Girls Track & Field squads both earned victories in Tuesday’s lid-lifter at Byers Field. The twin victories came in a Great Lakes Conference dual meet against Valley Forge. On the boys’ side, the Pirates defeated the Minutemen, 81-46. The River girls downed Valley Forge, 101-27. For the boys’