Saturday, February 23, 2013
Longtime assistant Jim Duffy takes over.
The head coach of the St. Edward High School soccer team has resigned his post. Tony Dore, who’s led the “perennial winner” soccer program for the past 13 years, is stepping down to dedicate more of his time to his apparel business, according to a news release from St. Edward. Longtime assistant coach Jim Duffy, who teaches religious studies at the Catholic school, is expected to take the helm of the program. Dore led the Eagles to a 15-1 regular season in 2012, taking the Eagles to the regional finals for the first time in school history. “Tony Dore has done an incredible job taking the St. Edward Soccer Program to another level,” said athletic director Paul Michalko in the news release. “We are very fortunate to have a teacher and coach …
Thursday, September 20, 2012
St. Edward and St. Ignatius met at Coughlin Field on Wednesday, but the contest ended in an uneventful tie.
Friday, September 14, 2012
Eagles narrowly escaped Lakewood Stadium with a win over Lakewood High School on Thursday night to reclaim the Cup.
Saturday, September 10, 2011
Lakewood Community Cup will stay with Lakewood High School as cross-town matchup ends in a 0-0 tie Friday night.
All the excitement in Friday night’s soccer matchup between cross-town rivals Lakewood and St. Edward high schools ended with a stalemate at Coughlin Field. The final score was 0-0. Since the Rangers won last year’s contest, the Lakewood Community Cup will stay at Lakewood High School for at least another year. With both schools’ solid records — Lakewood at 6-1-1 and St. Edward at 7-0-1 — there was quite a bit of anticipation heading into the contest. “We didn’t play our best game,” said Lakewood coach Andy Toth. “It was a very fragmented game. About 25 minutes in, I was thinking this going to be a 0-0 game.” “But, we get to keep the cup." The rivalry ended amicably enough. Following the game St. Edward coach Tony Dore walked over to the …
Friday, September 9, 2011
Rangers go for seventh straight win tonight against cross-town rival St. Edward for bragging rights — as well as the Lakewood Community Cup.
Don’t look now, but the Lakewood High School boys soccer team may be a serious contender in Northeast Ohio. After dropping the first game of the season to Amherst High School, the squad has come roaring back winning six straight games — including convincing victories over local perennial powerhouses Bay Village and Westlake high schools. During their six-game win streak, the Rangers outscored their opponents 27 to 2. Surprised? Don’t be, says head coach Andy Toth. “We’ve had a pretty good program here,” said the fifth-year coach. “We work very hard. We have a certain philosophy and style of play: we want the ball. When we’re clicking, we’re a very good team.” Last season, the Rangers finished 8-6, but the season before they finished with …