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North Olmsted City Schools Varsity Baseball beat Elyria 10-7

Saturday, May 13, 2017 11:00 AM North Olmsted City Schools AWAY 10 Elyria HOME 7 Game Recap Saturday, May 13th – Eagles win 10-7 in extra innings over Elyria. Anthony Novak has the game wining hit for the Eagles in the ninth to help secure the victory.

Event Recap: Week of May 6 – May 12

Saturday, May 6th Boys Junior Varsity Tennis SWC Tournament POSTPONED 6th Place SUMMARY Boys Varsity Tennis SWC Tournament 4th Place SUMMARY Sunday, May 7th No event results Monday, May 8th Girls Varsity Softball vs. Avon Lake High School L 8 – 16 SUMMARY Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Avon Lake High School W 12 – 1

Mr. Basketball – Brett Coreno

“Mr. Basketball – My Brother, Brett Coreno” A story about North Olmsted High School Boys Basketball’s All-Time Leading Scorer, told by his brother, Brad Coreno. I was just a little kid at the time… I can still remember all the hype surrounding my older brother. All the excitement, all the people chanting his name and all

Who is Brutus the Buckeye?

Not many people ever know who the person is under the Brutus Buckeye mascot costume. It goes without saying that you must keep it secret if you are the mascot at The Ohio State University. Well, North Olmsted High School graduate Alan Babinec, who was a great football and baseball player during his tenure as an

North Olmsted City Schools Boys Junior Varsity Tennis finishes 6th place

Saturday, May 6, 2017 8:00 AM Place 6 Points 0 Meet Recap Boys JV Tennis took 6th overall in the Southwestern Conference Tournament. Colin Dunn and Steve Orosz finished 3rd in first doubles while Nishant Patel, Omar Mifalani, Souhib Yousef, and Elie Jammal finished 7th. Opponents School Place Points North Olmsted City Schools 6 0

Blaufuss – SWC Champion and new school record in the pole vault (Watch Video)

Eagle pole vaulter Lucas Blaufuss is an SWC champion.  Lucas won the pole vault event last night (5-10-17) during the SWC championships at Amherst High School.  With a vault of 13 feet 9 inches Lucas becomes a league champion and sets a new North Olmsted High School Record.  The previous record of 13 feet 8