Relive some of the biggest happenings from the past week in Northeast Ohio prep sports.
Walsh Jesuit defeated Lake Catholic in the championship match of the Northeast Ohio Power Volleyball Tournament on Sept. 30 in five games to claim the event title. The Warriors’ Mary Grace Kelly was named the tourney’s MVP.
The Berea boys soccer team opened its new Lou Groza Field in style on Oct. 1, defeating Oberlin 6-4 in the first-ever soccer game to be played at the field.
The Brecksville-Broadview Heights boys golf team placed first at the sectional tournament at Candywood Golf Course on Oct. 1. Matt Frey led the Bees with a score of 74.
Hudson senior lacrosse player Tyler Zickel recently orally committed to attend Boston University in fall 2013 and to join the school’s lacrosse program.
Canton Central Catholic’s boys golf team placed second at the Division II district tournament at Windmilll Lakes on Tuesday, as Crusaders junior Adam Mallette finished first individually. Chagrin Falls topped the 16-team field.
Walsh Jesuit junior golfer Kyra Coundourides recently orally committed to attend Virginia Tech in fall 2014 and to join the school’s Division I volleyball program.
Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary senior soccer player Robby Dambrot recently orally committed to attend High Point University in fall 2013 and to join the school’s soccer program, according to the Akron Beacon Journal.
Padua Franciscan recently named 1982 alum Ken Ortiz as the school’s next head baseball coach.
The Wadsworth varsity volleyball team defeated Tallmadge in three straight games at home on Thursday to capture its third consecutive Suburban League title.
Massillon Jackson sophomore Tessa Hill won the Division I singles sectional championship at the North Canton Racquet Club while St. Thomas Aquinas senior Theresa Reinhard captured the Division II singles sectional championship title.
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