Sunday, November 27, 2011
Athletic Director Bob Thayer: this season was "maybe the best...in a decade."
Lakewood High School continued churning out well-rounded student-athletes this fall. “This was maybe the best season we’ve had in a decade,” said Athletic Director Bob Thayer. In eight sports, the Rangers captured two Northeast Ohio Conference team championships, two Coach of the Year Awards, four Player of the Year awards and 27 First Team All-NOC selections. The volleyball and golf teams were the top in the conference, and also garnered both Coach of the Year honors, for Bojan Miocinovic and Brian Wisner, respectively. “It was another solid year for our volleyball team, and our golf team is building somewhat of a dynasty,” Thayer said. It was the volleyball team’s second conference championship in three years, and the golf team’s third …
Monday, November 7, 2011
Lakewood High School senior Nick Jackosky finishes with a personal record of 15:46.24.
Lakewood senior Nick Jackosky placed 15th at the Division I State Cross Country meet this weekend with a personal record of 15:46.24. He is pictured with a number of his fellow classmates and members of the Lakewood Cross Country team members (and alumni) who came out to support him.
Friday, November 4, 2011
Lakewood High School boys post personal bests at regional meet.
Nick Jackosky is again running away with success. Heading into this weekend's state meet, the senior led the Lakewood High School boys cross country team once again. This time it was at the Tiffin Regional event last weekend. Jackosky, who finished in third place at the regional event, and a few of his teammates set personal best records for themselves. Nick Jackosky (15:54); Nick Boatman (17:07); AJ Graber (17:40); Nick Stadler (17:46); and Peter Quigley (18:11). The Rangers, who finished with an 88-52 record, advanced from the District meet at Lorain County Community College, where they finished third. Jackosky, Northeast Ohio Conference MVP, took top individual honors. “Nick’s pretty tough,” Schreiner said. “We’ve got a great group of …
Saturday, October 29, 2011
The Rangers finished third at last weekends District meet, and head to Tiffin, OH today.
Last year, the Lakewood High School boys’ cross country team missed advancing to regionals by 10 points. This year, they got their redemption. Today, they will be competing against 15 other teams in the Division I Regional Tournament at Hedges Boyer Park in Tiffin, OH at 3 p.m. “The guys were really motivated for this year,” said Coach Mike Schreiner. “They put in a lot of hard work.” The Rangers, who finished with an 88-52 record, advanced from the District meet last week at Lorain County Community College, where they finished third. Senior Nick Jackosky, Northeast Ohio Conference MVP, took top individual honors. “Nick’s pretty tough,” Schreiner said. “We’ve got a great group of guys.” That group, in addition to Jackosky, includes …
Friday, October 7, 2011
The senior track and cross country runner is one of the best in the midwest.
If Lakewood High senior Nick Jackosky hosted a dinner party for his competitors, he'd probably serve them dust. In a pair of recent three-mile cross country runs, Jackosky finished first and second, respectively. The gold finish came last week at Strongsville’s Fleet Feet run as he coasted to victory with a time of 16:23. Over the weekend, he competed against 150 runners from several states at the McQuaid Invitational in Rodchester, N.Y. and took silver with a time of 15:40, LHS boys head cross country coach Mike Schreiner said. “Nick is an incredibly hard worker, and he’s really a motivated kid,” Schreiner said. “He’s very determined to be the best he can be at anything, including academics. He’s a wonderful teammate and runner who’s …
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Junior has strong finish to successful season.
Lakewood High School junior Nick Jackosky finished ninth in the 3,200-meter run at the OHSAA Division I state track and field tournament at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus. He finished Saturday's race in 9:38.49. Jackosky ran his PR last month, a 9:17.95 to finish third at the regional meet. Jackosky, who will return for one more year of cross country next fall and track next spring, also finished second in the 3,200 this season at the district meet at Lakewood High School.