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Recognition Night – Fall 2017

The North Olmsted High School held their fall recognition night on Tuesday, November 14th at 7:00 PM in the NOHS gymnasium. Congratulations to all fall athletes on an outstanding fall season. Recognition Night video: https://youtu.be/eOOU7DNqwoE SWC – Scholar Athletes This fall I am proud to announce that we have 12 scholar athletes to honor. This year’s scholar

Fall ESPY Awards – Voting is Closed

NOHS ESPY Awards The NOHS ESPY (Excellence in Sports Yearly) Awards provide a reward for our student-athletes that recognize their performance and hard work throughout the season. The four award categories include: Male-Student Athlete of the Season Female Student-Athlete of the Season Breakthrough Athlete of the Season Best Team of the Season   PollMaker

North Olmsted Girls Varsity Tennis beat Parma High School 4-1

Monday, October 2, 2017 4:30 PM Parma High School AWAY 1 North Olmsted HOME 4 Meet Recap Eagles win 4-1 over Parma High School/ Eagle victories: 2nd singles Taylor Stergar 3rd singles Autumn Melino 1sr doubles Otilia Oita and London Hughes 2nd doubles Kolbi Holston and Makayla Johnson Next up: Today (10-3) OHSAA tournament at

North Olmsted Girls Varsity Tennis beat Valley Forge High School 5-0

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 4:30 PM North Olmsted AWAY 5 Valley Forge High School HOME 0 Meet Recap Eagles dominate the patriots and win a non-conference match. Eagle victories: Ally Schall played first singles Kolbi Holston played second singles Third singles VF forfeited Otilia Oita and London Hughes played 1st doubles Taylor stergar and makayla

North Olmsted Girls Varsity Tennis finishes 7th place

Monday, September 18, 2017 2:00 PM Place 7 Points 19 Meet Recap London Hughes 6-3, 6-1 over Midview. 3rd place 2nd Singles in SWC tournament. Ottilia Oita falls 7-6, 6-4 to Avon and finishes in 4th place in 1st singles in the SWC tournament. Autumn Mellino finishes in 9th place at the SWC tournament. Eagles