Kyle Kalis is one of three Ohioans named to Parade Magazine's All-American Team.
Friday, January 13, 2012
Sunday, December 18, 2011
Fourth quarter comeback thwarted by Cleveland Heights senior guard.
Tyree Gaiter is not a big man. Yet the 5-foot-7 senior guard seemingly carried the Cleveland Heights basketball squad en route to a 63-58 victory over St. Edward High School on Saturday. In front for most of the game, all the Tigers had to do was sink a few free throws to protect a slim three-point lead over St. Edward with a little more than a minute left, but sophomore Marcus Bagley and senior Najeeb Johnson missed four straight from the charity stripe. “You’ve got to give Cleveland Heights credit," said Eagles head coach Eric Flannery. "They came to play tonight. They were definitely focused and ready to go for us. It was a battle and that’s what we expected." In a matchup of Top 10 teams, Cleveland Heights’ win gave them a 4-0 record …
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Eagles stretch streak to 18 wins after 34-17 victory over Cardinals.
Electric special teams and a strong defense carried the St. Edward High School football team during the first half Saturday night. Running back Dwayne Aaron carried the team — and the ball on just about every play — during the second half. The result? Just another win for the defending state champions. The Eagles struggled to move the ball much against the Cardinal Mooney Cardinals during the first half of their first home game this season, but managed to string together four good enough quarters to walk out of Lakewood Stadium and on to the team buses with a 34-17 win (box score). “We’re a team out here,” junior linebacker Ryan Davis said. “Everyone just goes their hardest. “Everyone’s just together.” Junior wide receiver Anthony Young …
Eagles top Cardinals in first home game this season.
ST. EDWARD 34 CARDINAL MOONEY 17 CMHS 7 3 0 7 -- 17 SEHS 14 3 10 7 -- 34 First: SE -- Anthony Young 93 kick return (Jake Wilhelm kick), 11:50 SE -- Dwayne Aaron 6 run (Wilhelm kick), 8:48 CM -- Ryan Farragher 48 pass from P.J. Quinn (Conor Durina kick), 0:48 Second: CM -- Durina 31 FG, 7:42 SE -- Wilhelm 33 FG, 0:53 Third: SE -- Aaron 1 run (Wilhelm kick), 5:56 SE -- Wilhem 32 FG, 2:06 Fourth: CM -- Marcus McWilson 44 pass from Quinn (Durina kick), 9:33 SE -- Aaron 3 run (Wilhelm kick), 8:19 SEHS CMHS 16 First downs 13 42-232 Rushes-yards 36-81 24 Passing yards 174 2-10-1 Comp-Att-Int 11-19-1 256 Total offense 255 0-0…
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 …
Sunday, August 28, 2011
Eagles beat the Tarblooders in Charity Game at Cleveland Browns Stadium.
St. Edward Eagles beat Glenville, 17-14, in an overtime thriller at Cleveland Browns Stadium on Satruday night.
Monday, July 25, 2011
Five wrestlers place, named All-Americans at national tournament in North Dakota.
For grapplers at St. Edward High School, wrestling is a year-round sport. At the Asics Cadet & Junior National Freestyle Tournament in Fargo, ND, last week, the Eagles placed five wrestlers. They were also named all-Americans. St. Edward Coach Greg Urbas arrived late Sunday night from North Dakota, but was able to catch up with Lakewood Patch. He said the tournament was split into two divisions: cadet for 15 and 16 year olds, and juniors, who are either seniors, or recent graduates. At 125 pounds, Edgar Bright became national champion in the cadet division, finishing in first place. Juniors Domenic Abounader (171) took third place as a cadet; Mark Martin (160) took fourth place in the junior division; Markus Scheidel (135) took sixth place…
Friday, July 8, 2011
For seasons, Stetson Allie and Alex Lavisky faced the best Ohio had to offer. For one night, they faced each other.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — When Alex Lavisky stepped in at home plate and stared out toward the mound, he wanted to smile, to laugh, to maybe give a hug to the kid out there in the middle of the diamond with the heater hiding in his powerful right arm. Lavisky had stepped in 252 times already this season, in Ohio and Michigan and Kentucky, in Indiana and Wisconsin, even right here in Pennsylvania, but this one was a little different. He was looking out at Stetson Allie, his old friend, his old teammate. But 60 feet and six inches away, Allie had no plans to smile or laugh or trot in and give a hug to the young man who reined in his fastballs on the way to a state championship. Allie had already blocked out the music that blared over the speakers…
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Kalis plans a weekend trip to Michigan, with other school visits a possibility
Less than a month ago, St. Edward High School lineman Kyle Kalis was like so many other rising seniors in Lakewood and around Cleveland. His classes were winding down, his summer plans were taking shape and he was counting down the days until he started his final year of high school. And then day after day of scandalous news filtered out of Columbus about the Buckeyes and former coach Jim Tressel. That prompted Kalis, who had verbally commited to play for the Buckeyes, to explore his options. He talked with Ohio State interim coach Luke Fickell and opted to rescind his oral commitment to the program, according to Cleveland.com. Now, he will spend at least some of his summer on the road, first with a weekend trip to Michigan with his father…
Monday, June 6, 2011
Sophomore Anthony Young edged out the win in the 200-meter dash.
On Saturday morning, St. Edward High School sophomore Anthony Young walked around a Columbus mall shopping for new spikes. A couple hours later, he wore a shiny medal around his neck. Young sprinted his way to first place and a state championship in the 200-meter dash at the OHSAA Division I state track and field tournament at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus. He discovered Friday that his spikes, perhaps the key piece of equipment for any sprinter, had been stolen from his bag. But Young rolled -- and ran -- with the punches. He crossed the finish line in 21.59 seconds and edged Berea junior Donovan Robertson by .04 for his first state crown. He's already dreaming about more. "I'm looking forward to great things in my future," he …