Monday, March 14, 2011
After thrilling victory in Saturday’s overtime finish, Eagles lose 2-1 against Toledo St. Francis deSales.
In their season finale Sunday, the St. Edward Eagles lost a heartbreaker, 2-1 to Toledo St. Francis deSales in overtime. It was a game the Eagles had control over most of the contest — now it marks the fifth time in row this season the Knights have gotten the best of St. Edward. The disappointing loss came on the heels of Saturday’s thrilling finish against the Gilmour Academy, with the Eagles pulling out the win 3-2 in the seventh period. That’s right, there were four overtime periods. St. Edward finishes its season with a 26-15-4 record — but fell short of a record 12 state championships. Lakewood Patch photographer Jason Keressi was posted at Nationwide Arena in Columbus to capture the weekend's action.
Sunday, March 6, 2011
Eagles defeat Padua Franciscan, 1-0; will now face off against Gilmour Academy on Saturday.
Sunday, March 6, 2011
St. Edward High School hit the ice Saturday and pulled out a victory against Padua Franciscan, 1-0. The Eagles (25-14-3) move on to the state Final Four in Columbus, where it will face off against Gilmour Academy (35-8-2) on Saturday.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
The Eagles defeat Amherst Steele, 5-3, to move on to play Parma Padua Franciscan on Saturday.
St. Edward High School hit the ice Wednesday night against Amherst Steele High School Ice Hockey. The Eagles won the contest 5 -3, and will move on to play arma Padua Franciscan on Saturday at the Brooklyn Recreation Center. Jason Keressi, a trusted Patch photographer of DRSphotography, was there to capture the moment.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Rangers closing in on division title after victory on the big stage of Quicken Loans Arena.
The Lakewood High School hockey team is closing in on clinching the Blue Central Division title after grabbing an easy 8-0 win over Brooklyn at Quicken Loans Arena and coming back the next day to dispose of Twinsburg, 6-4 at Garfield Heights. The back-to-back wins over the weekend gave the Rangers an 8-0 division mark and enabled Lakewood to hold a one-game lead over second place Euclid with two games remaining for both teams. Euclid will host Lakewood on Feb. 5 to close out the regular season. One win in the final two games gives the Rangers at least a tie for the division title while sweeping both remaining games assures Lakewood of an undisputed title. The winner of the Blue Central gains a spot in the Baron Cup. "We were able to work …