Relive some of the biggest happenings from the past week in Northeast Ohio prep sports.
Cleveland’s Continental Cup concluded on July 8th when the Ohio Glaciers, a youth travel team based in Youngstown, defeated the Canton Extreme, a youth travel team based in Stark County, 17-8 in the Cleveland Indians Charities International Youth baseball final. St. Edward rising sophomore Kyle Hegedus hit two triples for the victorious Glaciers.
Trinity High School has hired Mick Fecko as its next varsity boys basketball coach, athletic director Marty Hyland announced on Monday.
Woodridge rising senior placekicker and punter Hunter Niswander recently orally committed to attend Northwestern University and kick for the Wildcats’ football team. Aurora rising senior football player Patrick Dougherty recently orally committed to attend Indiana University and play for the Hoosiers’ gridiron squad.
Lutheran East recently named Phil Stevens as its new athletic director. Stevens previously served as athletic director at Warrensville Heights.
2012 Akron Springfield graduate Seth Robinson will attend Walsh University in the fall and play baseball for the Cavaliers in the spring.
LaGrange Keystone head softball coach Jim Piazza was named the ESPNHS National Coach of the Year on Friday.
Walsh Jesuit junior Chase Johnson won the boys title at the 75th annual Phillip A. Rogers Good Park Junior Golf Tournament on Friday while Uhrichsville Claymont senior Shelby Thompson took home the girls title.
The East team defeated the West team 27-22 in The Repository East-West All-Star Football Game at Fawcett Stadium on Saturday. 2012 Uniontown Lake graduate Matt Gallegly won The Repository East-West All-Star Football Game Kicking Contest at halftime of the exhibition game.
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