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Girls Cross Country Finishes in 2nd Place

The Girls Cross Country team finished in 2nd Place at the Seneca East Tiger Classic on Saturday morning.  The girls were runners-up to Perrysburg and finished just ahead of third place Cloverleaf.  The fastest overall time of the entire girls event was posted by Bees freshman Maddie Miller who finished at 19 minutes and 35 […]

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Boys Cross Country Takes 1st Place

The Boys Cross Country team finished in 1st Place at the Seneca East Tiger Classic on Saturday morning.  The team finished with five of the top 8 overall times.  Finishing in the top 8 was sophomore Zach Robertson (4th overall), senior Kevin Menyes (5th), senior Ben Loeper (6th), senior Brian Fotheringham (7th), and junior Matt […]

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Boys Golf Takes Down Brunswick and Walsh

The boys varsity golf team beat Walsh Jesuit and Brunswick in a tri-match on Thursday evening.  Medina had a 159, Brunswick 165, and Walsh Jesuit 169. Joe Kerrigan had a 38, Tyler Grabowski had a 39, and Avery Borak and Colin McClowry had 41’s. The boys team’s record in dual/tri matches is now 4-0.

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Boys Soccer Shuts Down Western Reserve Academy

The Medina Boys Soccer team defeated Western Reserve Academy 3-0 in their home opener on Tuesday evening at Memorial Stadium.  Justin Libertowski provided all of the goals for the Bees with a hat trick.  The defense was strong all night and only allowed two shots on net.  Those two shots were saved by goalkeeper Tyler […]

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Girls Tennis Beats Copley

The Medina Girls Tennis team defeated Copley 4-1 on Tuesday.  Emily Speckman and Makayla Velic were victorious in singles action while Allie Pearson/Sam Ott and Abby Raitano/Shelby Cook took wins in doubles.  The girls are now 3-2 on the season and will travel to Elyria this afternoon in GCC action.

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Boys Golf Edges Solon and Brunswick at 2nd GCC Tournament

The Medina Boys Golf Team won the second GCC tournament of the season on Tuesday at Fowler’s Mill.  The boys team scored a 325 and edged out Solon on the 5th man score tie breaker.  Joe Kerrigan fired a team-leading 78 while Avery Borak and Robbie Hansen’s 86s settled the 5th score tie breaker.  Hunter […]

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MHS Rugby Fall Mini-Camp

2015 fall Rugby Mini Camp Flyer

All Teams Schedule: Week of August 24 – August 30

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Medina High School, August 24 – August 30 MONDAY August 24, 2015 3:30 PM Girls JV Golf @ Highland High School SCHEDULE 3:30 PM Girls Varsity Golf Walsh Tournament SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Girls JV (A) Soccer @ Copley Senior High School SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Girls JV (B) […]

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Girls Golf Team Gets a Visit From a Pro

Former University of Alabama star and LPGA tour player Kathleen Ekey stopped by practice on Friday at the Medina Country Club to offer a few pointers to the Lady Bees. The team was honored that Miss Ekey took the time to help them become better players. The Walsh Jesuit graduate captured the 2004 individual championship at the Ohio High School […]

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New Booster Rewards Businesses Announced

Twenty five Medina businesses have been added to the Medina Boosters Rewards program.   Later this week, stickers will begin appearing in the windows of participating businesses.   Show your Booster reward card during your visit and receive discounts on goods and services from the Boosters sponsors. The Medina Boosters Rewards Sponsors are : Airgas Antiquation […]

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