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Kyle Armbrecht furthering his baseball career at Capital University

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Congratulations to Kyle Armbrecht who is furthering his education in Chemistry and baseball career at Capital University in Colubmus.  Seated next to Kyle are his parents Kim and Steve Armbrecht.  Standing behind are Superintendent Michael Daulbaugh and Coach Chris Scisciani. 

Girls Softball Tournament vs Woodridge

The Lady Rockets battled hard last night but fell a little short in their bid to continue tournament play last night at Woodridge losing by the score of 8 – 6. Maddy Rice, Chelsy Konik, Sarah Varner, and Sandy Rand each had two hits for the Rockets who will be playing their final home game of the season tonight against Field.

Senior Night

Seniors play last home game. Senior baseball

Boys Baseball vs Woodridge
  •  Baseball lost a tough game last night to Woodridge to wrap their sectional play.  Although the final score was 5-1, the team outhit their opponent 8-7.  The boys played hard and rallied in the 7th, scoring a run and leaving two men on base.  Friday night will be Senior night as the team plays a doubleheader to finish off the year.
Girls Softball vs Cloverleaf

The Lady Rockets lost to Cloverleaf last night by the score of 11-9. Sarah Varner led the hitting with 3 singles, 2 runs scored, and an RBI. Justine Yates added a double and 4 runs batted in, Chelsy Konik had two hits 2 runs scored, a stolen base and a RBI, and Taylor Reynolds added a single, a double, and scored three times for the Rockets who will be in action tonight for senior night. 

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Streetsboro vs Akron Garfield

Kyle Armbrecht earned the win for Streetsboro Rockets Varsity. He pitched seven innings, giving up zero runs, zero hits, striking out 11, and walking one.

Streetsboro Rockets Varsity collected 13 hits. Nick KebaLanningArmbrechtCollins, and Simpkins each collected multiple hits for Streetsboro Rockets VarsitySimpkinsKeba, and Lanning each drove in two runs to lead Streetsboro Rockets Varsity.

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Girls Track vs Norton & Field

The girls track team traveled to Norton on Tuesday to face Norton and Field and came away with a tie and a loss to end their regular PTC season with a record of 2-4-1. Overall winners included Savannah Nevels in both the 100m and 200m dashes; the 3200m relay team of Kayla Flick, Aajah Chapman, Hannah Smith and Krista Prasek; the 400m relay team of Smith, Prasek, Nevels and Tori Wagner; the 1600 meter relay team of Wagner, Nevels, Prasek and Flick posted season best time of 4.21; Autumn Meek was victorious in the shot put.

Boys Track Vs Field & Norton

On Tuesday, 4/25, the guys track team traveled to Norton to face the Panthers and the Field Falcons. The guys split the meet defeating Field 69 to 59 while losing to Norton 71 to 57. Overall winners included Dakari Carter in the 100m dash; KeShun Jones in the 400m dash; the 800m relay team of Jones, Carter, Myron Jones and Krys Riley-Richardson; the 400m relay team of Cameron Kamlowsky, Malik Johnson, Hank Carey and Riley-Richardson; rounding out the first place finishes was the 1600m relay team of  M. Jones, K. Jones, Carter and Carey.  The guys end their regular PTC season with a record of 3 – 4.

Softball vs Norton

The Lady Rockets lost a tough game last night to Norton by the score of 6 - 2. Sarah Varner led the offense with a single, a double, a run scored and a run batted in. Rhiannon Head head added a single, and Chelsy Konik struck out 4 in the loss.

Softball vs Cuyahoga Falls

The Lady Rockets got back on track last night by defeating Cuyahoga Falls by the score of 5 – 2. Maddy Rice led the offense with a double, a home run, and 3 runs batted in. Sarah Varner and Chelsy Konik each added a double and Rhiannon Head, Kaitlyn Agra, and Tyler Rickard all had hits to support Mackenzie Matusik whose solid pitching performance earned her the victory. The Rockets will be in action tonight at Rootstown.

Girls Track @ Cloverleaf

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The ladies track team lost both meets on Tuesday (4/18), losing to Ravenna 73 to 55 and losing to Cloverleaf 84 to 43. Savannah Nevels won the long jump and placed 2nd in the 100m dash; the 800m relay team of Nevels, Wagner,  Basich and Aajah Chapman took first. Ashley Basich placed 2nd in both the 100m hurdles and 300m hurdles; Tori Wagner ran a career best 26.9 200m dash placing 2nd while placing 2nd, Autumn Meek tossed the discus 98 feet 8 inches to place 2nd. Leah Gawne was the top high jumper for the girls.

 

 

Boys Track @ Cloverleaf

The track teams traveled to Cloverleaf on Tuesday(4/18) night to face Ravenna and Cloverleaf. The guys team defeated Ravenna 86 to 40 while also defeating Cloverleaf 68 to 55. Overall first place finishers included Milton Wilson tossing the discus a career best 151 feet 8 inches, Dakari Carter in the 100m dash, Keshun Jones in the 200m dash, Myron Jones in the 400m dash; Benny Shaffer was a double winner in 110m hurdles and the 300m hurdles, as was the 4 x200 team of Jones, Jones, Malik Johnson and Krys Riley-Richardson; rounding out the overall first place finishers was the 1600m relay team of Cameron Kamlosky, Jones, Jones and Hank Carey along with George Redding being victorious in the long jump.

 

Softball vs Coventry

Despite 5 strike outs and solid defense, the Lady Rockets fell last night to Coventry. Chelsy Konik led the offense with two singles and Maddy Rice added a double for the Rockets who will travel to Coventry tonight looking for revenge.

Aurora Invitational Girls Track Team

The ladies track team placed 6th out of 8 teams at the Aurora Inviational.

The 400m relay team of Savannah Nevels, Hanna Smith, Krista Prasek and Tori Wagner placed first. Nevels placed 2nd in both the 100m and 200m dashes. The 3200m relay team of Aajah Chapman, Prasek, Smith and Kayla Flick placed 3rd. Autumn Meek placed 3rd in the discus.

 

Aurora Invitational Boys Track Team

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The guys track team finished in 4th place (out of 8 teams) at the Aurora Invitational on Thursday, 4/13. The guys swept the sprint events winning the 100m, 200m and 400m races. Keshun Jones was named boys meet MVP; Keshun placed 1st in the 200m dash, 1st in the 400m dash and was a member of the record setting 800m relay team of Dakari Carter, Myron Jones and Malik Johnson which also placed 1st. The 1600m relay team of Keshun, Dakari, Myron and Hank Carey ran their season best placing first. Dakari Carter was victorious in the 100m dash. Myron Jones placed a close 2nd in the 400m dash.

 

 

Softball vs Woodridge

The Lady Rockets fought hard but came up on the wrong side of the scoreboard as they fell to Woodridge last night. Taylor Reynolds led the way offensively with two hits and three runs batted in. Sarah Varner also added two hits and scored twice for the Rockets who will be in action tonight at Field.

Savannah Nevels signs with Bowling Green

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Congratulations to Savannah Nevels who signed with Bowling Green University to continue her academic and athelic career in track. Seated with Savannah are Lisa Ledyard (Mother) and Ray Nevels Sr. (Dad).  Standing are Courtney Ledyard (Step Dad), Coach Lauren Macer and Coach Tom Fesemeyer. 

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Dakari Carter

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Lady Rockets Softball vs Woodridge

The Lady Rockets fought hard but fell to Woodridge in softball action last night. Maddy Rice and Justine Yates led the hitters with a single, double, and two runs batted in each. Also notching two hits were Kaitlyn Agra and Chelsy Konik. The ladies will be in action tonight at Woodridge, game time 4:30.

Girls Track Team vs Akron Springfield

On the ladies side, overall winners included: the 4 x 800 team of Kayla Flick, AaJah Chapman, Hannah Smith and Krista Prasek; Savannah Nevels was a double winner in both the 100m and 200m dash; the 800m relay team of Ashley Basich, Dyamond Goodman, Lauren Brown and London Anderson; the 400m relay team of Prasek, Nevels, Smith and Tori Wagner; Prasek had the winning girls 400m time, while Basich led the 300m field and Kalya Flick was victorious in the 800m; In the field events, Elizabeth Neff won the high jump while Dana Bejger was a double winner in both the shot put and discus. The girls team record moves to 1 – 0 in the PTC and 3 –0 overall.

Boys Track Team vs Akron Springfield

Both track teams hosted Springfield on Tuesday night as they opened up league play. The guys team lost 66 to 62, while the girls team won 91 to 36.

Taking overall first place finishes for the guys were: the 3200m relay team of Max Brace, Hank Carey, Jack Bindus and Bailey Deevers; Dakari Carter was victorious in the 100m dash; the guys 800m relay team of Carter, Malik Johnson, Keshun Jones and Myron Jones; Riley Deevers won the 3200m run; the guys mile relay team of Jones, Jones, Carter and Cameron Kamlowsky; Rounding out the first place finishers was Milton Wilson in the discus event. The guys team record moves to 0 – 1 in the league and 1 – 2 overall.

 

Streetsboro Rockets Varsity Grabs Lead In Sixth Inning For Victory Over Springfield

 

The Rockets took the lead late in the game in a 4-2 victory over Springfield on Monday. The game was tied at two with Rockets batting in the top of the sixth when Kyle Armbrecht singled off of Hanna, driving in one run.Springfield captured the lead in the second inning. With one out in the second inning Hefner drove in one run when he singled. Kyle Armbrecht earned the win for Rockets. He threw seven innings, giving up two runs, five hits, and striking out seven. Hanna took the loss for Springfield. He went two innings, surrendering three runs, and three hits. Hornish started the game for Springfield. He threw three and two-thirds innings, giving up one run, two hits, and striking out four. Nick Keba, Dylan Lanning, Kyle Armbrecht and Preston Collins  each drove in one run to lead Rockets. The Rockets were sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error.Brandon Peterson had the most chances in the field with seven.

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Newton Falls Invitational

Guys team win the 16 team Newton Falls Invitational on Saturday 4/1

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Savannah Nevels Newton Falls female MVP

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Opening Day!

The Lady Rockets opened their league play last night with a loss to Springfield. Kaitlyn Agra led the game off with a single and Maddy Rice laced a triple down the left field line for the Rockets who will be in action again tonight against Springfield.

 

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First Track Meet Since 1999

State Wrestling Meet

Dom Carone and Hank Carey both won matches at the Division 2 State wrestling tournament.  Hank fell one match short of placing.  He lost to the third and fifth place finishers.  Dom beat three former state placers to earn a spot in the finals.  In the quarterfinals, he beat a previously undefeated wrestler.  In the semifinals, he beat a wrestler who he lost to four times previously.  Dom lost in the finals 1-0 to a nationally ranked wrestler from Circleville.  Dom's 2nd place finish was Streetsboro's highest individual placement since 2004.

Seven Wrestlers Advance to Districts

The Streetsboro wrestling team advanced seven wrestlers to the district Tournament out of the Akron sectional.  Dom Carone, Mike Carey, and Hank Carey placed second.  Chris Anderson, Sean Neff, and Kyle Young placed third.  Caiden Rodgers placed fourth. All seven will wrestle at the district tournament Friday and Saturday at Alliance. Also Sam Miler placed sixth at the sectional tournament.

 

Lady Rockets end season with a 12-12 finish.

The Lady Rockets ended their season with a tough loss to Archbishop Hoban in the 2nd round of sectionals. The team ended the season with an overall record of 12-12 and finished 3rd in the PTC Metro. The team had a great season capped off by the first girls basketball tournament win in about 10 years. Special congratulations to seniors Savannah Nevels, Kayla Flick, and Lindsee Cales for their great basketball careers at Streetsboro

Tournament victory for Lady Rockets!

The Lady Rockets earned their first tournament victory in several years over the weekend by defeating Kenmore 49-44. The girls got off to a tough start but came out in the second half with great defense and were able to come from behind and get the win. The Rockets were led in scoring by Rachel Bolyard with 23 points and Savannah Nevels with 10 points. The next game will be at Archbishop Hoban High School at 7pm on Thursday. We hope to see you there!

Big Win Over Ravens!

The boys basketball team defeated Ravenna Friday night by the score of 77-38.  Braden Tucker broke the school record for assists in a game with 12.  He added 7 points and 6 rebounds to go along with his 12 assists.  Keshun Jones Led the scoring and rebounding attack with 33 points and 12 boards.  Nehemiah Benson chipped in with 15 points 7 rebounds and 5 steals.  It was a great all around effort for the guys, which finished the game with 26 assists on the night.  The guys will be back in action Tuesday night when they travel to Canfield to take on the Cardinals

Boys basketball win over our neighbors Kent Roosevelt!

The varsity boys basketball team had another great defensive showing last night in a 57-42 win over border rival Kent Roosevelt.  The team held Kent without a field goal through the 2nd and 3rd quarters on their way to the win.  Keshun Jones led the scoring with 17 points.  Braden Tucker stuffed the stat sheet again with 13 points, 5 rebounds, 7 assists, 7 deflections and 2 steals.  Nehemiah Benson added 15 points and 6 boards.  Cory Gillings led the team with 7 rebounds.  Will Butler led the team with 8 assists.  Noah Benson had a great night defensively as did Mitchell Delambo.  Great team effort all around for the guys.  The boys will look for their third straight win at Ravenna on Friday.

Gillings leads way against Norton with 28 points!

The boys varsity basketball team scored a big 63-46 win over Norton Friday night.  Leading the way for the Rockets was Cory Gillings with 28 points and 7 boards.  Braden Tucker recorded a Triple-Double with 13 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists.  Nehemiah Benson added 10 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists.  The guys will be back in action tomorrow night at home vs. Kent Roosevelt.

PTC Wrestling

The Streetsboro Wrestling Team finished 7th of 14 teams at the 2017 PTC Wrestling Tournament.  They finished 4th in the Metro Standings for the season.  Sean Neff at 106 and Dom Carone at 113 were PTC champions.  Mike Carey finished fourth at 152.  Chris Anderson at 132 and Hank Carey at 160 finished fifth.  Their Senior Day and final home match will be on this Thursday starting at 5:30.

Girls Basketball vs Copley

The Lady Rockets played a good game last night but took a tough loss against Copley 61-55. Rachel Bolyard led the team in scoring with 18 points including 5 three pointers. Elizabeth Neff and Maddy Rice also made very strong contributions with 11 and 10 points respectively. The Lady Rockets have home games Wednesday night against Norton and our senior night game on Saturday against Ravenna starts at 2:30pm. Come out and support your seniors!

Bowling Team vs Garfield

Streetsboro girls lose a close match to Garfield. Emily Wilkinson led the girls with a two game set of 352 followed by Mallory Martin with a set of 318. 

Streetsboro boys put up a good fight but were also out matched by the G-men. Paul Marks Jr and Louie McCallum scored well with 341 and 334 respectively.   

Girls win @ Coventry

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Last night the Lady Rockets defeated Coventry 50-39 with a great team effort. Elizabeth Neff scored a season high 10 points and helped lead the Rockets to a big second quarter where they took the lead and kept it for the rest of the game. Great job ladies!

Tough loss to undefeated Woodridge

The varsity boys basketball team lost a hard fought game to undefeated Woodridge, Friday night, 69-66 in overtime.  Keshun Jones led the way with 27 points.  Nehemiah Benson and Cory Gillings joined him in double figures with 11 and 10 points respectively.  The guys will be back in action tomorrow night at Aurora.  It is a triple header with the Freshmen starting at 4:30.

Bowling News

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The lady Rocket bowlers led by Mallory Martin's 343 2-game series defeated the Rovers but were nipped by the Comets in PTC action at Twin Star lanes. The Rocket boys led by Paul Marks Jr. were narrow defeat by both the Rovers and the Comets. 

Boys Wrestlers Split in dual meet

The wrestling team went 1-1 in PTC action Thursday.  They beat Coventry 39-19 and lost to Cloverleaf 39-27.  The wrestlers are now 3-3 in the PTC and 12-4 overall.  Sam Miller, Dom Carone, Conner Neff, Chris Anderson, and Caiden Rodgers were all undefeated on the day.

Girls Beat Woodridge!

Great job lady rockets basketball team as they defeat Woodridge last night 56-43. The Rockets now move to 10-6 overall and 7-2 in the conference. The Lady Rockets play Field on Saturday at 1pm at home. Hope to see you there!

Senior Night!

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Senior Night for Streetsboro Bowlers! Seniors Emily Wilkinson, Paul Marks Jr. and Destiny Puffenbarger. 

Boys win over Akron Springfield

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The Varsity boy’s basketball team ripped off three straight wins over the holiday weekend, to improve to 9-4 overall and 7-1 in the PTC, starting with a 55-30 win at Cloverleaf on Friday.  Noah Benson and KeShun Jones led the way with 15 points apiece.  Nehemiah Benson added 11points and 10 rebounds. 

 

The boys followed that win up with a very exciting 76-71 win Saturday at home vs. Crestwood.  KeShun led a balanced scoring attack with 30 points.  Nehemiah and Cory Gillings both added double-doubles, with Nehemiah going for 18 points and 10 rebounds and Cory with 12 points and 10 boards.  Braden Tucker stuffed the stat sheet with 10 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists and 4 steals.

 

The guys’ third victory came last night at home vs. Springfield, 65-62.  Nehemiah led the way with 19 points and 7 boards.  KeShun added 16 points, including 4 clutch free throws down the stretch to put the game away.  Cory chipped in with 12 points, and Will Butler reached double figures with points.

 

The guys will be back in action this Friday in a big league matchup at Woodridge

Girls Basketball vs Rootstown

Over the weekend the Streetsboro Girls Basketball team continued their winning ways as they defeated Rootstown 66-31. The Lady Rockets were led in scoring by Savannah Nevels with 25 points, Rachel Bolyard with 18 points, and Kayla Flick with 11 points. Tonight the girls look to get another win at Woodridge. Hope to see you there

Boys Basketball @ Coventry

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Varsity boys win 55-30 to improve to 6-1 in the PTC league.

 Noah Benson and Keshun Jones led the way with 15 points each.  Nehemiah Benson added 11 points and 10 rebounds. 

   

Firestone "Bill Dies" Wrestling Tournament

The wrestling team finished 19th of 48 schools at the Bill Dies Tournament at Firestone High School.  Three wrestlers placed.  Chris Anderson was 8th at 132, Hank Carey was 6th at 160, and Dom Carone was 6th at 113.  Mike Carey and Kyle Young also finished in the top 16 of their weight classes.

Girls basketball beat Akron Springfield

Congratulations to the Lady Rockets basketball for their win last night against Springfield 55-32. The Rockets scored 34 points in the second and were led by Savannah Nevels with 21 points and Maddy Rice with 13 points. The Lady Rockets move to 8-6 on the season and 6-2 in the conference.

 

Boys fall short against CVCA

The varsity basketball team fell short in a hard fought game with CVCA last night, 47-45.  Keshun Jones led the scoring with 20 points.  Nehemiah Benson added 12 points.  The guys will be back in action Friday at Cloverleaf followed by a home game Saturday vs. backyard rival Crestwood. 

 

The JV’s also lost a close one, 43-36.  Cody Cipra led the way with 14 points.

Friday night opens in new gymnasium with packed house!

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The boys opened with a packed house in the new gymnasium Friday night with a win against PTC rival Ravenna 66-54. Keshun Jones had 26 points and 8 steals.  Nehemia Benson with 22 points, 7 bloards and 2 blocked shots.  Braden Tucker kicked in with 11 rebounds  and 6 assists.  The boys are back in action at home on Tuesday, Jan. 10th against CVCA. 

Girls suffer tough loss against PTC Coventry

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The girls played hard but lost to a good Cloverleaf team on Friday 66-34. Malia Starks was the leading scorer with 14 points.  

Wrestling @ Youngstown Liberty

 

The Streetsboro Wrestling Team went undefeated on Saturday to win the Youngstown Liberty Invitational.  They beat Hubbard 58-18, Austintown Fitch 53-24, Warrensville Heights 40-21, Liberty 41-24, and Berkshire 53-12.  The wrestling team's record is now 11-3.  Sean Neff, Sam Miller, Dom Carone, Tyler Dick, Chris Anderson, Cale Simpkins, Mike Carey, and Kyle Young all went undefeated on Saturday.

Wrestling News

The boys wrestling team was in action last night beating Field 46-33 but losing to Norton 48-21.  The teams record has moved to 2-2 in the PTC leage and a 6-3 overall.   The boys are back in action this Saturday at Liberty High School in Youngstown. 

Girls Basketball move to 5-1 wins in PTC conference!

Big congratulations to the Lady Rockets on their win last night against Ravenna 54-48. The entire team played their roles extremely well and the scoring leaders were Rachel Bolyard with 17 points and Savannah Nevels with 16 points. The Lady Rockets are now 7-5 overall and 5-1 in the conference. Please come out this Friday and support the girls as they play the opening game on our new court at 6pm! Let's keep it rolling ladies!

 

Boys hoops start 2017 in style!

The varsity boys basketball team opened 2017 in style with a convincing 69-50 win at Norton.  Keshun Jones led a great team effort with 27 points.  Braden Tucker had an outstanding all-around game with 10 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists.  Nehemiah Benson recorded a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds and also added 4 block shots.  Cory Gillings also hit double digits with 10 points and 7 boards. 

 

The JV boys were led by Cody Cipra with 20 points including 6 threes.

 

The guys will host Ravenna Friday night in the first game in the new gym.  Be there! 

Last home game for girls hoops ends with a win!

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The girls basketball team defeted Chagrin Falls Tuesday evening 50-48.  The Rockets were lead in scoring by Rachel Bolyard and Autumn Meek who both had 12 points.  The Lady Rockets will open at the New High School with the boys on January 6th vs Cloverleaf. 

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Last home boys basketball game ends with a win!

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The boys basketball team sent the old gym out in style last night, with a big conference win over defending back-to-back Metro Champs Coventry , 68-62.  They improved to 4-1 overall and 3-1 in the conference.  It was another well balanced scoring attack.  Braden Tucker had a great all-around game with 16 points, 14 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals.  KeShun Jones led in the scoring column with 20 points, 4 assists and 5 steals. Cory Gillings provided the dagger, with a huge 3 pointer from the left corner in a tie game with under a minute remaining.  He finished with 16 pionts.  Nehemiah Benson added 12 points and 5 assists. The guys will be back in action next Wednesday at the Hudson Holiday Tournament vs Hudson @ 7:30.  

Freshman basketball vs Kent

The Freshmen lost a hard fought game with Kent Roosevelt at home on Saturday, 36-33.  Josh Saucier led the way with 10 points.  The Freshmen are back in action tonight at Crestwood.

Boys Basketball win over Field

The varsity boys basketball team improved to 3-1 on the season with a convincing 79-57 win Friday night vs. Field.  Leading a balanced scoring attack was Keshun Jones with 25 points and 6 rebounds.  Braden Tucker had a big night with 19 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists and 6 steals.  Cory Gillings added 15 points and 8 rebounds, and Nehemiah Benson chipped in with 11 points and 9 boards. 

The JV’s fell to 1-3 vs. Field.  Leading the way was Arnold Jenkins with 14 points.

The guys will be back in action tomorrow night at home vs. Coventry.  Last game in the old gym.  Let’s Pack it!

Dom Carone wins Hudson Tournament

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The wrestling team finished 5th this weekend at the Hudson Tournament. Dom Carone was the tournament champion at 113.  Mike Carey placed 3rd, Kyle Young 4th, Tyler Dick and Chris Anderson placing 5th and Caiden Rodgers 6th.  

Boys Rockets beat Chagrin Falls

Rockets beat Chagrin Falls 54-53. Freshman Nehemiah Benson hit the game winner with 4.6 seconds remaining in the game. Junior KeShun Jones scored 32 points to lead the Rockets!!

PTC All League Selections

Congratulations to our Fall Sports Athletes on being selected to the PTC All Conference League 

First Team 

Football - Keshun Jones, Kyle Armbrecthe & Aljuwon Eiland-Sims

Volleyball - Sarah Varner

Cross Country - Jake Suttell

Golf - Alex Lanzdorf 

Second Team 

Football - Dakari Carter, Nick Keba, Will Butler, Russell Kendall & George Redding

Volleyball - Cierra Crawford & Maddy Rice

Soccer - Shaheen Ghahremani, Kaylee Klein, Faith Deevers & Brianna Saucier 

Honorable Mention 

Football - Jared Tuma & Brandon Peterson 

Volleyball - Kayla Flick & Taylor Reynolds 

Soccer - Max Brace & Riley Deevers 

Soccer - Krista Prasek & Tyler Rickard 

Cross Country - Bailey Deevers & Jack Bindus 

Cross Country - Lillian Basar & Alexa Brace 

Golf - Connor Swim & Jake Wagner 

 

Captains Council plays Chair Volleyball with Streetsboro Seniors

New Parent Online Registration

October 26, 2016

Dear Parent(s)

We are very excited to announce that the Streetsboro Athletic Department has partnered with FinalForms, an online forms and data management service. FinalForms allows you to complete and sign athletic participation forms for your students. The most exciting news is that FinalForms saves data from season-to-season and year-to-year, meaning that you will never need to enter the same information twice! FinalForms also pre-populates information wherever possible, for each of your students, saving you time.

You will be able to review your information once per school year to verify information is current and sign the forms.

Click on the Parent Playbook (attached) to get started in FinalForms. If you require any support during the process, scroll to the page bottom and click “Use Support”. If you do not have personal computer, arrangements can be made by calling the athletic department to schedule a time to visit the school to use a school computer.

We are asking that ALL parents of athletes use FinalForms.  Please register at -- -- now and electronically complete ALL forms!  Please click here for instructions.

Thank you for your assistance in streamlining our paperwork process at Streetsboro City School District.

In Sports,

Randy Tevepaugh

Athletic Director

 

Welcome to the New Streetsboro Athletics Web Page

Welcome to the New Streetsboro Athletics Web Page Please bear with us as we construct this new web page we hope you will find it more attractive, easier to use and more informative.

All new information will be posted exclusively to this site if you nee to go to the old Athletics web page you can get there by clicking HERE

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