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North Royalton High School Baseball Varsity beats Strongsville High School 7-3

Sport Baseball Varsity Home Score 3 Away Score 7 Game Recap After trailing 3-0 in 1st, Frank Frate shuts down Mustangs on mound for 3rd Win. Nathan Krikke gets save with outstanding team defense. JacK Marousek, 3-3 with rbi and Tyler Pencak 3-4, rbi lead offense. Box Scores Box Score: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th

North Royalton High School Baseball Varsity beats Olmsted Falls High School 13-3

Sport Baseball Varsity Home Score 3 Away Score 13 Game Recap Bears run rule Bulldogs behind explosive bats and first varsity victory for junior Dan Shaw. Box Scores Box Score: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th Runs Hits Errors North Royalton High School 13 Olmsted Falls High School 3 Extra Base Hits Team

Want a Fun Night Out?

NR Athletic Boosters Presents: Grapes, Brews & Grains  A Tasting Tour FRIDAY, May 2, 2014 From 6:30 to 9:00pm At: Mastro’s 3-Spot 13855 Ridge Rd North Royalton Sideboards, and more! Ticket includes: Appetizers and up to 10 samples of spirited drinks, wine, or beer Tickets: $25 Get yours today! For more information and tickets contact: Kelly Tarnowski:

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Three football players select colleges

Marousek, Smith, Wiley heading to in-state D-III schools Three North Royalton senior football players have solidified plans to continue their athletic careers at the next level. Jack Marousek is heading to the College of Wooster, Austin Smith selected Baldwin Wallace University and Collin Wiley plans to attend Marietta College. All three schools are Division III

Lady Bears looking toward brighter days

Softball team still seeking answers, building chemistry Photo by LISA GAYLE GRAYSON North Royalton softball team   North Royalton softball coach Anna Hubert-Koncius will lead the Bears for a third season as they try to build on last year’s 19-6 record.  Weather has not been kind to any teams in northeast Ohio this spring, but