Fall sports update: week of September 19th

Aidan McKee and Chloe Grimm

Men’s Cross Country – The team travelled to Boardman to face the most competition at their biggest invitational of the season. Top finishers included Akshay Elango. The team will travel to Strongsville this Saturday for another invitational. 

 

Men’s Golf – This week the team faces a packed schedule with matches against Copley on Monday and Wadsworth on Thursday.

 

Men’s Soccer –  On Saturday the Minutemen traveled to rival Bay Village to try to best the State Ranked #1 Rockets, and won 3-1. Following the victory the Minuteman have been elevated to the #1 spot in Division 2. On Tuesday, the Minuteman traveled to Highland to battle a 4-4-2 Hornet squad and won 3-0. Goals were scored by Ryan Novak, Calin Milicia and Desmond Johnston. The team will then play Dover at home on Thursday. 

 

Football – On the 16th, the Minutemen traveled to Tallmadge to face the Blue Devils, and lost 42-8. This Friday, the team will attempt to defend their home turf against a 2-3 Barberton squad. The matchup is the OHSAA’s game of the week and will be featured on Spectrum News 1 at 7 PM.

 

Women’s Cross Country – The team travelled to Boardman on Saturday to run against 42 separate teams. The Varsity girls ended with a fifth place finish. Top runners included Megan Diulus, Keira Lang, Ellie Meech and Caroline Wilson. This Saturday the team will travel to Strongsville for the invitational. 

 

Women’s Golf – On Wednesday, the team will travel to Loyal Oak Golf Course to tee off against rival Copley at 3:30 PM.

 

Women’s Soccer – The team traveled to Marlington on Monday to face off against the Dukes, they won 1-0. On Wednesday, the team stays home to try and best a 6-1-1 Highland squad.

 

Women’s Tennis – The Lady Minutemen faced Aurora at home on Monday in a match they lost 3-2. The team traveled to Hudson on Tuesday and lost 3-2. The team will take to the road again to travel to Our Lady of The Elms High School, on Wednesday.

 

Volleyball – The team stayed home to battle the Green Knights of Aurora on Tuesday and lost in five sets. They will finish up their week with a match against Cuyahoga Falls on Thursday.