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Revere Stuns Varsity Tennis With 5-0 Sweep; Green JV Wins 3-1

The GHS Boys Varsity tennis team took a 5-1 record to Revere with hopes that this year’s stronger team would compete well against the league-leading Revere team. Unfortunately, outstanding Revere singles players clinched the match early for Revere, and both doubles teams came from behind to complete the sweep of the Bulldogs. The Green JV

Girls Varsity LAX rally falls just short in 10-9 loss to Stow.

The Girls Varsity Lacrosse team fell behind 6-0 battle back to 10-5 and then put on a fierce second halfrally to cut the score to 10-9. Stow held the ball successfully for the last 5 minutes at the end of the game and Green could not force the turnover to knot the score. Sydney Rossiter

Emily Hooker, Elizabeth Mogus and Olga Branney Win at Kent

Emily Hooker posted a time of 25.7 in the 200 to take first in that event at the Rough Rider Invitational at Kent Roosevelt High School this past weekend.  She was joined in the winner circle by team mate Elizabeth Mogus who won the discus with a distance of 102-3 and Olga Branney who won

Green HS Varsity Boys Track Wins the Rough Rider Invitational

Green Boys Track led by James Angel’s first place time of 52.5 in the 400 and James Angel, Amir Joya, Kevin Guilmette and Blair Thompson’s win in the 800 relay with a time of 1:31 and the 1600 relay with a time of 3:35, won the 45th annual Rough Rider Invitational.  The boys scored 109

Green High’s David Lough could be the sparkplug for the Baltimore Orioles

          David Lough Could Be Spark Plug For Orioles Posted on April 15, 2014 by Paul Folkemer New Baltimore Orioles outfielder David Lough officially made his O’s debut April 2, starting in left field during the club’s second game of the season. But if you ask some members of the Birds’

Jacob Bostic to play football at Mount Union. Signs National Letter of Intent.

Jacob Bostic gathered this morning with his mom and dad, school administrators, football Coach Ed Cybak, Coach Dan Harlan, Coach Joe Anderson and a number of his teammates to sign his national letter of intent to play football at Mount Union College. Athletic Director Bruce Johnson thanked Jacob for his hard work as a four

Boys Varsity Tennis Pulls Out 3-2 Win Over Lake

First and second singles players, Tommy Saunders and Tyler Fehr, won their matches convincingly to get the Bulldogs off to a strong start in the team match against Lake on Friday afternoon. First doubles partners John Moresea and Clay Hammes took the 3rd court with a 6-2, 7-6 win. They battled back in the second

Improving Girls Varsity Lacrosse drops tough one to Hudson.

“WOW the girls played great! We lost 11-7 but I am a very happy coach today. Hudson is very very good!”,  Coach Marisa Rainieri remarked after dropping a very tough battle with one of the top teams in the area.  Congratulations ladies and keep up the good work!