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1/24/13 Boys Basketball vs Brunswick CANCELED

Tonight’s Boys Basketball Game vs Brunswick has been canceled. Conference policy is when school has been canceled it has to be mutual agreement to play the game. Some school districts when school is canceled all activities are canceled; others have an option of playing or not playing. Given the current and pending conditions it has

Medina High School Basketball Varsity Girls beats Perry High School 62-49

Sport Basketball Varsity Girls Home Score 62 Away Score 49 Game Recap Medina (8-7, 5-1) defeated Massillon Perry on MLK Day by a score of 62-49. The Bees hit four 3-pointers to begin the game and kept the lead throughout despite a strong second half push by Perry. Madi Tata led the way for Medina

Medina v. Mentor

Medina Girls: Medina 108 vs. Wadsworth 78. This was a conference meet, Medina girls are now 5-4 overall and 2-2 in the conference. It was senior night! Lexi Agee won four events.  Samantha Petruzzi, Kendra Willhoite and Carolyn Yurkoski won three events. 200 Medley Relay:  1st place Kendra Willhoite, Allie Lyncha, Samantha Petruzzi, Carolyn Yurkoski 1:58.17,

Medina v. Wadsworth

Medina Girls: Medina 122 vs. Wadsworth 63. This was a non-conference meet, Medina girls are now 4-4 overall and 1-2 in the conference. Leading the way for the lady bees were Kendra Willhoite and Carolyn Yurkoski with four wins. Sarah Cuppett and Samantha Petruzzi both had three wins. 200 Medley Relay:  1st place Kendra Willhoite, Sarah

Medina High School Basketball Varsity Girls beats Elyria High School 58-49

Sport Basketball Varsity Girls Home Score 58 Away Score 49 Game Recap Medina overcame a slow first half to defeat Elyria in an NOC River Division contest. The Bees, now 7-7 overall & 5-1 in NOC, were led by Madi Tata's 17 points, 7 rebounds. Casey Midlik and Jessie Holzman chipped in 8 and 7,

Fastpitch Fundrasier 1/24/14

Medina Fastpitch will be hosting a Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, January 24th. The dinner will start at 5 in the Senior Commons. The dinner will end around 8, so everyone can purchase their game tickets and head in the gym to support the boys as they take on rival, Brunswick! We are hoping our dinner will

After 11 years Malikowski decides to step aside.

1/16/2013 Medina Athletic Department Press Release: Boys Soccer Program Contact: Jeff Harrison 330-636-3226 Head Boys Soccer Coach Mark Malikowski has decided to step aside and spend more time with his family. Coach Malikowski has two younger children who are just beginning to participate in numerous sports and he has decided it is an important time

Medina v. Stow

Medina Girls: Medina 146 vs. Stow 169. This was a conference meet, Medina girls are now 3-4 overall and 1-2 in the conference. Leading the way for the lady bees were Lexi Agee, Samantha Petruzzi and Carolyn Yurkoski with 4 total wins. 2 individual and 2 relays. 200 Medley Relay:  1st place Lexi Agee, Allie Lyncha,

Medina High School Basketball Varsity Girls beats Strongsville High School 43-30

Sport Basketball Varsity Girls Home Score 30 Away Score 43 Game Recap Team defense, hustle and three-point shooting earned the Bees a big 43-30 road victory at Strongsville on Saturday afternoon. The result upped Medina's NOC record to 4-1, and evened their overall record to 6-6. The team was led by the defensive effort of

Boys Basketball No. 7 Shaker Heights at No. 5 Medina

Game times for tonight at 9th 4:30/ JV 6:00 / Varsity 7:30. Credit: www.highschoolsports.cleveland.com — Check out Cleveland.com of all high school sports action. Medina’s Craig Randall and Brandon Wilkens are among the best duos in Northeast Ohio. They will face their toughest test of the season when they host a deep Shaker Heights team.