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Parent Guide 2013
Parent Guide 2013
Football Newsletter May/June
Below you will find information pertaining to the 2013 Fall Season. For more information please contact the coach that is listed. Boys Golf Aug 1- Fox Meadow 7:00am Aug 2- Medina CC 7:00 am Aug 5- Cherokee Hills – 8:00 am cost is $17 Info meeting for parents & players will be Monday, July 29
After 26 years of coaching girls cross country Coach Brewer states it time to take a break. Coach Phil Brewer has lead the Lady Bees Cross Country team for 26 years and to record may be the lonest tenured head coach in the history of Medina Athletics. Coach Brewer will still be teaching Socail Studies
Pending BOE approaval Connie Daum will be the next Head Coach of the Lady Bees Volleyball Team. Coach Daum has spent the past 5 seasons as an assistant coach and looks to lead the Lady Bees this coming fall. Coach Daum teaches Heath at Claggett Middle School and brings a wealth of experience both on
MEDINA GIRLS GOLF CLINIC
Congrats to the following Medina Student Athletes on a great season. Boys 4×800 finished 13th Girls 4×800 finished 10th Mike Hierholzer finished 8th in the Shot Put Cari Pallini finished 13th in the Disc, and 10 in the Shot Put Jenna D’Errico finished 12th in the Pole Vault Kyle Hutchinson finished 8th in the Pole
Please join us tomorrow morning at 10:30 as we send off members of our boys and girls track teams that are competing at the State Championship Friday and Saturday in Columbus. The bus will be leaving MHS at 10:30 escorted by MPD through the square to Rt. 71.
Medina’s Vanessa Scoarste celebrates is hugged by teammate Abby Knechtel after defeating Austintown-Fitch. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY JUDD SMERGLIA) Printed in the Medina Gazette on 5/31/13 AKRON — The new shoes now have some scuff marks on them, but they’re none the worse for wear. By Saturday afternoon, they’ll be broken in, fully polished again and
Matt Florjancic, Special to The Plain Dealer, May 30, 2013 8:54 p.m. AKRON — The Medina Battling Bees committed six errors, but their bats generated five runs in a 5-3 win over the Austintown-Fitch Falcons in the girls Division I softball regional semifinal at Lee R. Jackson Softball Field at The University of Akron Thursday night.