Rocky River Boys Varsity Lacrosse

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Pirates fall in bracket battle, 13-12

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – Rocky River closed out its 2019 season on the wrong side of a hard-fought 13-12 battle against Ottawa Hills on Monday night. The visiting Green Bears connected on a desperation last shot as time expired in the fourth quarter, turning a would-be overtime game into a Northwest Region bracket victory in

Pirates prevail on a swashbuckling Senior Night

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – Rocky River closed out its regular season with an impressive 9-4 victory over Westlake on Friday night. The Pirates (11-4) benefited from big performances up and down the field and key contributions from the seven-member 2019 graduating class on what marked Senior Night for the program. Outshooting the Demons, 36-23, for

Pirates break through for Glass City split

TOLEDO, Ohio – Rocky River bounced back from a one-goal loss on Friday to defeat Toledo St. John’s, 10-9, on Saturday afternoon. Second-half goals by Hayden Weaver, Luke Witzigreuter, and Will St. Pierre helped the Pirates regain late momentum after squandering an early 7-1 lead. Goalkeeper Jack Rossi logged six saves in the third quarter,

Marooned in Toledo — RR falls to St. Francis, 6-5

TOLEDO, Ohio – Rocky River was dealt a 6-5 loss by Toledo St. Francis in a Friday night contest that marked the front end of a two-game weekend in Toledo. In a see-saw contest rife with seven ties and lead changes, the Pirates would hold none of the latter. The two familiar foes were separated

Bucs battle Bombers to OT, but fall, 6-5

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – The Pirates and Bombers battled their way into an extra frame, and Kenston prevailed by a score of 6-5 in Tuesday-night boys’ lacrosse action at Rocky River Stadium. Forty-eight minutes, 10 goals and six ties and lead changes couldn’t split Kenston and River on a chilly, overcast evening at the Pirates’

River back at it with a win over Avon

AVON, Ohio – A big first half and strong performances up and down the field lifted Rocky River to a 13-5 win at Avon on Friday night. In what marked a return to action after a nine-day layoff, the Pirates (9-2) were sharp in forcing turnovers, clearing the pellet down field, passing it around the

Tigers pounce early and often — RR falls, 12-4

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio — The Pirates were on the wrong end of a final score at Rocky River Stadium on Tuesday. Rocky River was defeated by a talented Chagrin Falls team, 12-4. Rocky River (8-2) was out-shot by the Tigers, 36-19. Chagrin put 21 shots on frame to River’s 10. The Pirates were clobbered on

Shooters rollin’ in Solon as River rebounds

SOLON, Ohio – With all due respect to the longstanding team name and the talented student-athletes representing that name at Solon High School’s Stewart Field, the most impressive comets on display Friday night were those launched from the sticks of Rocky River Pirates. Hurtling a slew of such celestial blasts, the Pirates defeated the Solon

General discomfort – Pirate streak stymied in Wooster

WOOSTER, Ohio – Rocky River felt the sting of a loss for the first time this season, as the Pirates fell, 15-14, at Wooster on Tuesday night. Trailing, 12-10, heading into the fourth quarter, the host Generals pulled off their comeback win by outscoring the Pirates, 5-2, the rest of the way. Wooster’s goalkeeper made

Shake, rattle & roll! River rocks WRA, 11-6

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – Rocky River rebounded from a sluggish first quarter, as the Pirates plundered the Pioneers of Western Reserve Academy, 11-6, on Saturday afternoon. After ceding a 2-0 lead to the visiting WRA squad over the first 12 minutes, the Pirates took control of the action on their Detroit Road home turf. Over