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Bruins end Rockets' season, 1-0 in the district final

  \'\'\'\'   When you live by one run, you can die by one run. The Bay Rockets lost their OHSAA Parma District-Final match-up with the Padua Bruins, 1-0.    (795 reads)

Bay squeaks past Clearview with a 1-0 shutout

  \'\'\'\'   The Bay Rocket\'s pitching and defense made one run into a victory over the Clearview Clippers in an OHSSA District Tournament match-up, 1-0.    (712 reads)

Rockets, Tashijan walk-off win over Warriors, 4 - 3.

  \'\'\'\'   The Bay Rockets and Matt Tashijan get a walk-off winning hit in the bottom of the 7th to defeat the visiting Fairview Warriors in an OHSSA District Tournament match-up, 4-3.    (961 reads)

Demons double-up Rockets Lacrosse, 16-8

  \'\'\'\'   The Westlake Demons prevailed over the Bay Rockets in a non-conference men\'s lacrosse match-up at Memorial Field, 16 - 8.    (814 reads)

Demons jump on Rockets early, 9-2 final

\'\'\'\'   The Westlake Demons defeated the Bay Rockets in a non-conference varsity baseball match-up at home, 9 - 2.    (791 reads)

River Takes 41st Bell Invitational Track Meet

  Combined Team Scores - 34 Events Scored
1) Rocky River 265 2) Kenston 250.33 3) Avon Lake 200 4) Bay 166.50 5) Aurora 152.83 6) Elyria 140.33 7) Lakewood 79 8) Midview 67    (1079 reads)

Rockets dominate Mustangs Lacrosse

  \'\'\'\'   The Bay Rockets corral Strongsville Mustangs in a non-conference men\'s lacrosse match at home, final score 12 - 9.    (600 reads)

Demons defeat Rockets Men's Tennis

\'\'   \'\' The Westlake Demons men\'s tennis team beat the Bay Rockets, 4-1, in a non-conference match-up at home.    (499 reads)

Lady Rockets dispatched by Lionesses 12-2

  \'\'\'\'     The Bay Rockets were defeated by the Notre Dame Cathedral Latin Lions in a non-conference women\'s lacrosse match at home, 12 - 2.    (423 reads)

Rockets beat Lake Catholic Cougars in a shoot-out

\'\'\'\'   The Bay Rockets defeated Lake Catholic Cougars in a non-conference men\'s lacrosse shoot-out at home, 16 - 10.    (510 reads)

Rockets, Hanna over Valley Forge 5-1

The Rockets varsity pitcher, Liam Hanna slated a no-hitter against the Valley Forge Patriots on a blustery 41 degree Wednesday afternoon. The Rockets are now 4-0 on the season.    (490 reads)

Rockets lose to Green Wave

Rockets come up short, losing to Holy Name Green Wave 1-11.    (494 reads)

Bay ascends to Regional semi-final with Napoleon

 
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Offense - Player FGM/FTM/Pts Bay: #33 Christian Dupps 1/0/2, #11 Cole Gergye 1/6/9, #10 Jack Jelen 5/8/19, #1 John Koz 7/0/16, #0 Erik Painter 4/2/11, #15 R.J. Sunahara 6/1/14. Keystone: #42 Turner Campbell 4/0/10, #2 Austin Conrad 4/1/10, #50 Jeremy Hardinger 3/2/8, #22 Brandon Kuhl 4/4/12, #4 Brody Kuhl 3/4/13, #1 Chris Sittinger 3/0/6.    (823 reads)

Rockets dominate Bucks after slow start

 
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Offense - Player FGM/FTM/Pts Bay: Scott Durham 1/0/2, Cole Gergye 4/0/8, Jack Jelen 3/4/10, John Koz 4/4/12, Erik Painter 6/2/19, R.J. Sunahara 10/4/25. Buckeye: Joey Bartinelli 3/0/8, Justin Canedy 0/0/0, Spencer Imes 1/0/2, Liam Murray 5/0/13, Nathan Polidori 7/6/22, Braeden Stauffer 1/0/2, Nick Wills 5/0/10.    (1461 reads)

Rockets Rout Cardinals in District match-up

 
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Offense - Player FGM/FTM/Pts Brookside: #24 Tyler Alam 1/1/4, #5 Norman Elias 1/0/3, #33 Travis Fortney 5/2/14, #12 Logan Hartzell 1/0/2, #13 Alex Koltas 3/2/8, #3 Owen Rozanc 1/0/3, #21 Jimmy Strasko 1/0/2. Bay: #23 Park Altieri 2/0/4, #20 Daniel brajdic 1/2/4, #32 Nick Cady 2/6/10, #33 Christian Dupps 2/2/6, #40 Scott Durham 3/2/8, #11 Cole Gergye 1/1/3, #22 Sean Heideloff 2/0/4\' #10 Jack Jelen 3/0/6, #1 John Koz 7/0/16, #21 Jack Lee 1/0/3, #2 Matt Missig 1/0/2, #0 Erik Painter 5/0/13, #15 R.J. Sunahara 4/0/8, #13 Kyle Thompson 1/1/3.    (713 reads)

Rockets season ends with missed opportunites

 
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Offense - Player FGM/FTM/Pts Bay: #25 Maddie Andrews 1/0/3, #12 Maddie Edgerly 2/1/5, #11 Lauren Heldt 1/0/3, #10 Maddie Holmes 4/0/10, #13 Rachel Lenarth 2/0/5, #21 Annie Peters 1/0/2, #5 Brenna Rohlke, #24 Nora Ziebarth 2/4/8. Padua: #2 Alainna Conroy 1/4/6, #23 Samantha Lusnek 1/0/2, #5 Ali Medagla 1/0/3, #4 Alex Pillin 4/3/13, #30 Sarah Rapacz 1/0/2, #3 Elena Rauhe 4/2/13, #20 Kelly Zagore 1/1/3.    (796 reads)

Rockets vanquish Panthers, lead in GLC title race

 
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#1 John Koz breaks the Bay High basketball total career points record set during the 1983-84 season by Steve Stoyko at 1114 points. John now has 1146 points with two regular season and tournament games remaining. Congratulations John! Offense - Player FGM/FTM/Pts Elyria Catholic: #3 Dorian Crutcher 5/2/13, #5 Brian Duffield 5/0/10, #11 Darin Guice 4/2/10, #4 Kevin Kelley 1/1/4, #23 Jake Kuchta 9/4/24, #21 Sean Szabo 4/0/11, #22 Doug Taylor 2/9/13. Bay: #40 Scott Durham 2/2/6, #11 Cole Gergye 4/0/9, #10 Jack Jelen 10/2/24, $1 John Koz 11/6/28, #0 Erik Painter 7/0/18, #15 R.J. Sunahara 6/2/16.    (1041 reads)

Koz sets scoring record in win over Lutheran West

 
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Offense - Player FGM/FTM/Pts Lutheran West: #22 Scottie Berghaus 10/2/25, #10 Josh Cales 1/0/3, #4 Josh Ranc 3/0/7, #12 Mason Spelich 1/0/2, #11 Sean Voiers 6/2/16, #23 Tommy Walker 1/2/4. Bay: #32 Nick Cady 1/0/2, #40 Scott Durham 4/4/12, #11 Cole Gergye 2/0/4, #10 Jack Jelen 4/0/8, #1 John Koz 9/2/24, #0 Erik Painter 4/0/9, #3 Max Showalter 1/0/2, #15 R.J. Sunahara 6/2/15, #13 Kyle Thompson 2/0/4.    (835 reads)

Short-handed Rockets handle Lady Longhorns

 
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Offense - Player FGM/FTM/Pts Bay: Maddie Edgerly 1/0/2, Maddie Holmes 2/2/6, Maeve Johnston 4/0/8, Rachel Lenarth 3/0/7, Annie Peters 1/0/3, Halle Voiers 1/0/3, Nora Ziebarth 6/0/12. Lutheran West: Abby DeSimpelare 3/0/8, Carleen Ellerbruch 3/1/7, Claire Gutheil 4/0/9, Lydia Hessler 0/1/1, Abrianna Rondin 1/0/2, Kassey Wilkens 1/1/3.    (527 reads)

Panther's smoothering D ends Rockets title hopes

 
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Offense - Player FGM/FTM/Pts Elyria Catholic: #4 Josie Carandang 1/1/3, #20 Sam Filiaggi 3/-/7, #22 Nora Hopkins 7/1/16, #10 Regan Schill -/2/2, #12 Riley Schill 5/7/19. Bay: #12 Maddie Edgerly 1/2/4, #11 Lauren Heldt 2/3/9, #10 Maddie Holmes 1/3/5, #31 Maeve Johnston 1/-/2, #24 Nora Ziebarth 5/2/13.    (523 reads)

Rockets strong over Pirates in GLC rival match-up

 
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Offense - Player FGM/FTM/Pts Rocky River: #5 Jack Corrigan 8/2/22, #2 Eric Jones 3/0/6, #34 Matt Popovich 3/0/6, #23 Josh Sekic 2/1/6, #20 Snow 1/0/2, #22 Zach Waite 8/0/16. Bay: #23 Park Altieri 1/0/3, #40 Scott Durham 4/0/8, #11 Cole Gergye 2/0/5, #10 Jack Jelen 5/0/13, #1 John Koz 13/1/27, #0 Erik Painter 2/4/8, #15R.J. Sunahara 1/2/4, #13 Kyle Thompson 1/0/2.    (601 reads)

Second quarter surge gets Rockets past Rangers

 
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Offense (Player FGM/FTM/Pts) Lakewood: #14 William Carle/0/1/1, #23 Chris Golden/5/0/15, #1 Justin McDonald/1/0/2, #5 Trevon Rogers/2/0/2, #20 Logan Swift/17/8/44, #25 Ozemenay Taylor/3/0/7, #13 Raekwon Whitfield/1/1/3, #21 Jack Witri/1/0/3. Bay: #40 Scott Durham/5/5/15, #11 Cole Gergye/3/0/3, #10 Jack Jelen/5/6/16, #1 John Koz/11/1/29, #0 Erik Painter/6/0/13, #15 R.J. Sunahara/2/1/5, #13 Kyle Thompson/2/0/5.    (648 reads)

Bay's Smart shots and teamwork yield GLC victory

GLC Conference Game Team 1 2 3 4 Final Parma --19 --12 --19 --22 72 Bay --24 --31 --24 --13 92 Offense: Player/FG/FT/Pts Parma #5 Nicasio Agosto/8/2/23, #25 Janjetoric/4/0/8, #3 Landon Jones/6/1/13, #1 Kyle Lyon/4/0/9, #15 Ray Mercado/2/3/7, #2 Jose Rodriguez/6/0/12. Bay #33 Park Altieri/1/0/2, #32 Nick Cady/2/0/5, #40 Scott Durham/3/0/6, #11 Cole Gergye/1/0/3, #10 Jack Jelen/8/1/23, #1 John Koz/10/3/24, #0 Erik Painter/4/0/10, #15 R.J. Sunahara/5/3/13, #13 Kyle Thompson/3/0/6.    (707 reads)

Rockets orbit Valley Forge, Koz takes off with 38

GLC Conference Game Bay Rockets 97, Valley Forge Patriots 55 BAY (97): #1 Koz 38, #11 Gergye 14, #15 Sunahara 11, #13 Thompson 8, #10 Jelen 6, #0 Painter 6, #23 Alteri 5, #40 Durham 5, #32 Cady 4. VALLEY FORGE (55): #50 Hogan 10, #3 Captain 8, #33 Maricic 8, #40 Quinones 7, #11 Ho 6, #25 Weiland 6, #44 Greer 3, #4 Yurik 3, #5 El-Madhoun 2, #10 El-Madhoun 2.    (747 reads)

Bay beats Rangers 10-1

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Bay, Koz fight back in fourth quarter for GLC win

GLC Conference Game Bay 73 Normandy 69 Read on for video and image gallery.    (895 reads)

After 9 years, Lady Rockets finally defeat Pirates

GLC Conference Game Bay 49 Rocky River 28 Click for video and image gallery.    (1018 reads)

Lady Rockets hold off Green Wave for GLC Victory

GLC Conference Game Final score: Bay 47 Holy Name 39    (1090 reads)

Rockets down Pirates to claim GLC championship

The Bay girls soccer team used a 3-0 run to defeat arch rival Rocky River, 4-1, and claim the first-ever Great Lakes Conference championship. Maddie Holmes led the Rockets with a pair of goals and leads the team in goals on the season with 16. Alex Hoffman added a pair of assists for Bay, which moved to 12-2-2 on the season. The other two Bay goals were scored by Maddie Ault and Hoffman, while Kate Dannemiller and Autumn Meisenburg each registered an assist. Keeper Jillian Dubil had nine saves. Rocky River, which moved to 10-3-2, tied...    (1174 reads)

Rockets dominate Bucks after slow start

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Lakewood, Avon top the field in first SWC preview

The Lakewood boys made the most of their first ever Southwestern Conference Preview Meet. The Rangers, placing three runners in the top 10, scored 47 points to edge out Avon by three points and claim the SWC title Saturday at Lorain County Community College in Elyria. The Eagles, also competing in their first conference meet, won the girls race with a team score of 36 to easily out-distance Amherst\'s 72. Berea-Midpark claimed both individual champions. Lindsey Scarton won the girls meet with a time of 19:49.5, while Michael Jankowski took the boys crown with a time of 16:57.3 Lakewood\'s top finisher was Henry Bish, who came in third with his 17:16.0. Teammate Micah Swartz was fifth with a 17:30.4, while Evan Budzar came in 10th with a 17:50.9 The Rangers\' hopes were bolstered by Joe Burtzlaff (17:59.6) and Gunnar Stockman (17:59.9), who finished...    (1786 reads)



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