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BALL FOR A BENEFIT – Varsity Girls Basketball vs Stow on February 15th

Ball For a Benefit Wednesday, February 15th Girl’s Basketball vs Stow THREE FREE RAFFLE TICKETS to put into basket of choice for those that donate upon entry! Extra raffle tickets can be purchased at the door! Raffle Baskets include donations from The 3 Spot, Gearin’Up, The Jump Yard, Sports Rehab Consultants, and more! There’s even

Post Update: Lady Bears Rebuilding On The Fly

New Faces, Unexpected Departures, Cause Changes When Matt Stricker took over as North Royalton’s girls basketball coach after last season, he had visions of how the 2016-17 season might go. Through no fault of Stricker’s, his vision couldn’t have been further off the mark. One season-ending injury and two players unexpectedly not returning for their

Congratulations To 5th Grade Lady Cubs Basketball Team

The North Royalton 5th Grade Lady Cubs basketball team won the league tournament. Pictured are (front row, left to right) Leah Miller, Brooklyn Gambino, Malia Weatherbie, Alanna Olman, (back row) coach Roman Kovach, Isobel Simpson, Emily Porach, Olivia Kovach, Kaitlyn Sexton, Aliah Epps, Savannah Jacubenta, assistant coach Damon Gambino and Brianna Rush. Submitted Photo

Girls Varsity Basketball Team Brings Home A Victory

On Wednesday, February 1st, the Girls Varsity Basketball Team traveled to Nordonia to take on the Knights.  The Lady Bears jumped out to an early 19 to 9 lead in the first quarter.  The Knights cut the lead to 7 after three quarters.  The Lady Bears hung on to bring home the victory by the

Sports Notebook: Bears Pile Up Wins In Two Tourneys

North Royalton totaled 78 points. Host Fitch won with 290.5, edging Medina’s 268.5. Several Bears won multiple matches in the pool format tourney, including junior Kenny Lint (120 pounds, 2 wins), senior Luke Boersma (126, 2), junior Jake Nemetz (138, 3), freshman Hunter Kupnewski (145, 3), junior Kyle Roberts (152, 2), sophomore Matt Casey (160,

Sports Notebook: Girls Varsity Basketball Update

The Bears headed into the past week in fifth place in the SL-National with a 3-6 conference record. They were 6-9 overall. Offense has been a problem for North Royalton, which is scoring at just a 42-point clip, second lowest in the National. Senior Gabby White continues to lead the Suburban League in scoring at

Sports Notebook: Boys Varsity Basketball Update

The Bears headed into the week at 8-6 overall, 4-3 in the Suburban League National Conference. They were in fourth place with that league mark, behind Stow (7-0), Brecksville (6-1) and Wadsworth (5-2) at the halfway point. Max Glass is pacing the Bears at 16 points per contest. The Bears went to Stow on Jan.

Girls Varsity Basketball Team Loses To St. Joseph Academy

This past Saturday, February 4th, the Girls Varsity Basketball Team hosted St. Joseph Academy.  This was a tightly contested contest from the beginning to the end.  Unfortunately, our Lady Bears lost 53 to 49.  Leading the team in scoring was Gabby White with 22 points.  Also scoring were Deanna Alnazer with 12 points, Macie Plagens

REMINDER: Once again, the NRAB meeting was moved to next Monday, 2/13

NoRo Nation!! This is a reminder.  The next NRAB Meeting will be held at 7:00 PM in the High School Media Center on Monday, February 13th. Superintendent Greg Gurka will be speaking about the Bond Issue and how its failure will affect the school district and in particular the athletic programs. Please try to bring

Steel of Suburban League Sharpens Wrestlers

Two nationally-ranked wrestling teams and multiple state-ranked wrestlers converged from local schools Saturday, February 4th to compete in the annual Suburban League Wrestling Tournament at Aurora High School.  This year the field was expanded to include all 15 teams of the two divisions which combined into one bracket. North Royalton wrestlers benefitted from the high