Kirtland defeated Cuyahoga Heights, 12-1, on Friday to clinch its fourth straight Chagrin Valley Conference Valley Division title.
Independence freshman Kylen Krupa saw her first varsity action of the season on Friday. All she did was throw a five-inning perfect game to lead the Blue Devils to a 10-0 win over Hawken.
Lindsay Ward hit for the cycle and Olivia Mancisio was 3-for-3 with three runs batted in to lead Kirtland to an 8-5 win over Fairport Harding on Wednesday that clinched the CVC title for the Hornets.
Dakota Billings struck out five and didn’t allow a hit in Independence’s 3-0 win at Harvey on Wednesday.
Independence committed a season-high seven errors but pounded out 21 hits in a 16-8 win over Cardinal on Wednesday.
Cuyahoga Heights third baseman Dayna Denner, South’s Morgan Hodge and Wickliffe’s Katie Hopton and Zach Hopton have been named Ward’s Lawn Care & Landscape Co. Players of the Week for the week ending April 24.
Cardinal pounded out 17 hits in a 9-3 win at Cuyahoga Heights on Tuesday. The win was the fifth for the Huskies, matching their total from last year.
Independence’s track teams combined to win the 2016 Dan Potopsky Invitational on their home track on Tuesday.
Cardinal’s track teams combined to finish fourth overall at the 2016 Dan Potopsky Invitational at Independence on Tuesday.
Behind another strong performance from senior Katie Straus, the Kirtland girls’ track team won its third straight Dan Potopsky Invitational title at Independence on Tuesday.
Kim Rega was 4-for-5 with three runs batted in and also allowed just one run on five hits and struck out three in Independence’s 12-1 win at Berkshire on Monday.
Morgan Faber pitched a five-inning shutout and Kirtland pounded out 20 hits in a 15-0 win at Cardinal on Monday.
A balk with the bases loaded appeared to give Cardinal the tying run in a non-conference game at Badger on Monday. Instead, a weather delay erased that run and the Huskies fell 6-5 to the Braves.
Tyler McCrory allowed one run on five hits and struck out six in leading Kirtland to a 2-1 win at Cuyahoga Heights on Monday.
When most people hear “core,” they think “abs.” Actually, your core includes the muscles of your torso — shoulders through hips (deltoids, abdominals, gluteals, and lumbar spine).