Rocky River Boys Varsity Track

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The shot heard ’round Rocky River!

COLUMBUS, Ohio – On Friday morning a contingent of Rocky River Pirates set sail for Columbus. These bold buccaneers – seven strong (and fast … and wise) – have returned to their Pirate stronghold with treasures plundered from the 2018 OHSAA Division I Track & Field State Championships. Gold. Silver. And indigo. The latter for

Seven state their case

AMHERST, Ohio – Seven Rocky River Track & Field athletes are state-championship-bound after their performance at this week’s Division I Region 2 title meet, held Wednesday and Friday at Amherst Steele Stadium. Ava Rauser (girls’ high jump, 800-meter run), Leah Schellentrager (girls’ long jump), Michael Shoaf (boys’ discus throw, shot put) and the members of

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)

A pillage (of the podium) in the Village!

BAY VILLAGE, Ohio – Rocky River’s Boys’ and Girls’ Track & Field teams swept the 2018 Great Lakes Conference Championships, held Tuesday and Thursday at Bay High School Stadium. [results] The Pirates were dominant over the two days, finishing more than 70 points clear of the competition on the boys’ side and more than 45

This Bell (R)rings in spring

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – Spring, 2018, hasn’t exactly been very spring-like. But where other traditional signals of the season of renewal (the groundhog, Easter, baseball’s opening day) have failed us this year, the “Bell” just might be ringing in spring now, in early May. The “Bell” is Rocky River’s Bell Track & Field Invitational, which

Pirates flourish at Finnie

BEREA, Ohio – Rocky River’s teams both earned solid finishes in Friday’s Berea Kiwanis Titans Relays at George Finnie Stadium. [results] The Rocky River boys’ squad placed seventh in a field of 19 talented, mostly Division I teams, while the River girls carded a 12th-place finish (of 19). The Pirate boys squad scored 29 points

River girls win big at Parma

PARMA, Ohio – Rocky River competed against Parma in Great Lakes Conference Track & Field action on Wednesday. The Rocky River girls routed their Parma counterparts, 118-21. On the boys’ side, a River win is expected based on the number of Pirate wins, but no final team score was available at time of publication. On

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