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Bears Unable to Lasso Mustangs as Strongsville Sweeps Dual Meet

The Ehrnfelt Recreation Center in Strongsville has been sort of a “House of Horrors” over the years, as the perennially strong Mustang Swim Team has not played the role of gracious hosts to their neighbors from the east.  The pattern continued on Wednesday night as Strongsville swept North Royalton, winning the girls’ meet by a

Bears Duel Bulldogs and Tigers in “Double Dual” to Start Season

After several weeks of staring at the black line on the bottom of the pool during the tough pre-season workouts, the North Royalton High School Swim Team was ready to go against some “live” competition.  “Competing is so fun!” said junior co-captain Rachel Weber, one of the Bears four returning State Qualifiers.  “When you’re training

This Week in Swimming: Bears travel to Strongsville, Turchanik heads to Greensboro

The North Royalton High School Boys and Girls Swim Teams will be back in action on Wednesday, December 5th against perennial power Strongsville.  The meet will be held at the Ehrnfelt Recreation Center (18100 Royalton Road), located behind Target.  The meet starts at 6:30 PM. The Bears will be without senior co-captain Sarah Turchanik who

Swimming Bears Open Season at Home

The North Royalton High School Swim Team opens up the 2018-19 season on Friday, November 30th in a double dual meet against Suburban League foes Stow and Twinsburg.  The meet starts at 6:00 PM and will be held at the North Royalton Family YMCA.  Come out of the cold into the warm confines of the

Colton Phelps Making A Splash At Nationals

Colton Phelps is YMCA of Great Cleveland’s First Ever National Swimming Champ NORTH ROYALTON – With a last name like Phelps, it’s no surprise Colton Phelps can swim like a dolphin. But this North Royalton native is not just any ol’ swimmer; he is a national swimming champion, the YMCA of Greater Cleveland’s first ever.

The Post Boys Swimmer Of The Year: Phelps Turns Slow Start To Fast Finish

Frustrated Freshman Grows Into Record-Breaking Senior Carrying anything while trying to race is not usually a recipe for success in the swimming pool, but don’t say that to Colton Phelps, who has managed to transform a rather large chip on his shoulder into three consecutive state finals appearances. The once-undersized swimmer recalls his freshman season