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Cannon thunders one last time

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Michael Shoaf earned state silver in the boys’ shot put early Saturday afternoon and then competed as a first-flight finalist in the discus throw late in the afternoon. Shoaf would finish third in that event, closing out one of the most decorated careers in the history of Rocky River Track & Field.

Six navigate River to Columbus

AMHERST, Ohio – Rocky River athletes have qualified into a combined four events for next week’s Ohio Division I Track & Field Championships. Headlining River’s performance at this week’s Northwest Region Championships was senior thrower Michael Shoaf, who swept titles in both boys’ throwing events (discus, shot) at Amherst Steele Stadium. [results] Shoaf is now

River shines in district derby

AMHERST, Ohio — Two days of hard-charging competition at Amherst Steele High School’s Richard S. Cooley Track has qualified Pirate athletes into six boys’ and six girls’ events at next week’s (May 22, 24) DI Northeast Region Championships. [results] Rocky River athletes earned a combined four district titles during the week’s Amherst District meet, which

Fourth of habit – River rattles off two more GLC titles

BAY VILLAGE, Ohio – Rocky River continued its dominance in the Great Lakes Conference by sweeping the circuit’s title meet for a fourth consecutive year. Both the boys’ and girls’ teams finalized their respective “four-peats” on Thursday at Bay Memorial Stadium. [results] “Our athletes were amazing today,” said Girls’ Head Coach Julie Achladis. “We placed

The 44th Bell — hard work and hardware

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – Rocky River student-athletes ran, threw, leapt, and vaulted their way to tremendous performances all over the property at Rocky River Stadium on Friday. The 44th running of Rocky River High School’s home event – the Bell Invitational – gave Pirate athletes the canvas. And they came through with flying colors –

Sweep the league! River rides Green Wave to twin wins

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – Rocky River swept the Holy Name Green Wave in a rainy, windy home meet o Wednesday. And with the victories, both the boys’ and girls’ teams pulled off regular season sweeps of six Great Lakes Conference foes. The Rocky River boys topped Holy Name, 84-53. The River girls dominated the Green

River competes in rainy relays

BEREA, Ohio – Rocky River competed in the 63rd Berea Kiwanis Titans Relays on Friday, and the Pirate boys’ and girls’ teams placed 14th and 11th, respectively. [results] The River boys carded four points and the Pirate girls tallied 21 on what was a rainy day at Baldwin Wallace University’s Finnie Stadium. Sixteen boys’ teams

Sweep success at Rocky River Stadium

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – River’s Boys’ and Girls’ Track & Field squads remained undefeated in Great Lakes Conference action with a sweep of Parma in a home meet on Wednesday. On the boys’ side, Rocky River defeated Parma, 96.5-37.5. The Pirate girls won by a score of 109-22. The River boys won 13-of-17 events on

Double-R stays on track at Comet Relays

AMHERST, Ohio — Rocky River competed in the 64th Annual Comet Relays on Saturday. [results] In what was an expansive field of talented teams at Amherst Steele High School, Rocky River placed 16th in the boys’ competition and T-10th in the girls’. The Double-R boys tallied 17 points in the meet. Pirate points were garnered

A trophy day twice over

BEDFORD, Ohio – The Pirates marooned all other combatants in a large-field meet, as the Rocky River Boys’ and Girls’ Track & Field squads swept titles at the Trinity Track Invitational on Wednesday. [results] The Rocky River boys earned top-step trips to the podium in seven events on their way to a winning total of