Relive some of the biggest happenings from the past week in Northeast Ohio prep sports.
Archbishop Hoban senior girls basketball player Meghan Donohue recently orally committed to attend Siena College in fall 2013 and to play for the Saints’ women’s hoops program.
Carrollton’s football team is sporting new uniforms this fall courtesy of a donation from Brady Quinn. The NFL quarterback has several connections to the school and its gridiron program.
Garfield Heights basketball standout Tony Farmer was sentenced to three years in prison on Tuesday for the April kidnapping and assault of his ex-girlfriend.
Kenston senior student-athlete Mandy Marchant has recently orally agreed to attend the University of Dayton in fall 2013 and to join the Flyers’ women’s tennis program.
Chardon cross country coach Mark Shafer was recently named a finalist for the 2012 Inspiring Coach of the Year award presented by Brooks. Hilltopper fans can vote online for him to receive the national recognition.
Avon City Schools Superintendent Michael Laub confirmed on Thursday that 10 Eagles football player have been suspended for the team’s first two games for violating the school’s code of conduct policy.
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