Rocky River Girls Varsity Track

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Top-step performances at Ranger Relays

LAKEWOOD, Ohio – River’s Track & Field squads garnered gold and silver at the 37th Annual Ranger Relays on Friday. The Pirate girls edged North Royalton by the slimmest of margins to claim first place; the Rocky River boys carded second place. The Pirates took first in the meet’s combined standings. [results] The girls in

River tracks down two more foes

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio — The Boys’ and Girls’ Track & Field squad both earned sweeps in a Great Lakes Conference tri-meet on Wednesday. In the boys’ competition, Rocky River tallied 92 team points, besting Normandy (56) and Elyria Catholic (23). The River girls scored 116 points in the home meet; Normandy (24) and EC (23)

River ropes Rangers in home opener

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio — Both River squads remained unbeaten on the season, as Rocky River swept Lakewood in dual-meet action on Friday. The Pirate boys dealt the Rangers an 88-49 defeat. The River girls dominated a 105-32 competition in what marked Rocky River’s 2019 home debut. The Rocky River boys (3-0, 1-0 Great Lakes Conference)

Pirates ‘Forge ahead in conference action

PARMA HEIGHTS, Ohio — Rocky River swept Valley Forge in boys’ and girls’ Great Lakes Conference Track & Field action on Wednesday. The River girls won 17-of-17 events in defeating the Patriots, 122-15. Junior Amanda Franz and freshman MaKenna Pfaff combined to win 4-of-those-17 events. Franz swept the shot put and discus, Pfaff crossed the

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

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

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