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North Royalton High School Softball Varsity beats Strongsville High School 6-2

Sport Softball Varsity Home Score 6 Away Score 2 Game Recap Xiomara Santiago homers as North Royalton softball tops Strongsville, 6-2 The North Royalton softball team struck for four runs in the first inning on its way to a 6-2 victory against Strongsville on Thursday. Xiomara Santiago led the Bears offensively going 2-for-3 with a

North Royalton High School Softball Varsity beats Wadsworth Senior High School 5-1

Sport Softball Varsity Home Score 5 Away Score 1 Game Recap NORTH ROYALTON, Ohio — North Royalton's softball team defeated Wadsworth, 5-1, at home on Friday. Sami Minor had a home run for the Bears, while going 2-for-4 with one RBI and a single. NR (9-11, 2-5): Turske (W, 3-4). WD (9-11, 6-6): Crookston (L,

New Meet record set

Two school records were re-written – one of which was a new meet record – May 2 at the Berea Kiwanis Titan Relays. The girls pole vault trio bettered the school and meet marks at Baldwin Wallace University’s George Finnie Stadium, while the boys long jump team erased the previous total for that field event.

Boys Tennis

The postseason also is on the horizon for North Royalton netters. The Bears were slated to play May 9 in the Northeast Ohio Conference River Division Tournament at Medina High’s tennis courts. It’s been a brutal spring, weather-wise, for North Royalton. Numerous non-league matches were canceled and two conference matches had to be rescheduled from

Softball seeded #4 in post-season play

The Bears (7-8) picked up the No. 4 seed for the Parma D-I District. The other top three seeds were awarded to Brecksville (18-2), Strongsville (10-5) and Parma (11-2). North Royalton has a first-round bye but will play the May 15 sectional final against either No. 5 St. Joseph Academy (6-10) or No. 9 Lakewood

Baseball seeded #3 in post-season play

Tournament time is just around the corner and May 4, North Royalton’s baseball team drew the No. 3 seed for the Strongsville Division I District. The Bears (12-5) are scheduled to open postseason action at home May 12. The 4:30 p.m. game will feature No. 11 seed Cleveland John Adams. The winner of that contest

Hartman’s getting the job done

Senior’s decision to return to baseball is helping the Bears succeed Photo by BRUCE BILLOWAndrew Hartman is helping the North Royalton baseball team as a relief pitcher this spring. This is his first season with the sports since his freshman year.  Posted: Thursday, May 1, 2014 1:30 pm | By LISA GAYLE GRAYSON The Post sports writer  Andrew

College Signings

Two seniors sign with colleges Benedetti heading to Lake Erie, Frate off to Walsh Photo by LISA GAYLE GRAYSON Signing day North Royalton wrestler Alec Benedetti (left) and baseball player Frank Frate signed their National Letters of Intent on April 25 in the high school media center. They will continue their athletic careers at Lake

Sam Robinson – looking for 22′

Inching his way toward state Photo by BRUCE BILLOW Sam Robinson North Royalton junior Sam Robinson jumps his way to the long jump title at the Triway Invitational. Posted: Thursday, May 1, 2014 3:00 am By TODD STUMPF The Post sports editor For Sam Robinson, progress is measured in inches, one at a time. Such a trivial

Welcome To The NEW Home For Bears Sports & Athletic Booster News!

The 2014 Fall Sports season is upon us and the NEW Royalton School district sports website is online and ready for a great sports year.  This new site will feature an online presence that will cover our High School & Middle School athletic programs like never before.  We are also interested in promoting team events and