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High School Sports Rewind: Oct. 7 - Oct. 13


11:20 AM, Oct. 15, 2012 EDT

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Relive some of the biggest happenings from the past week in Northeast Ohio prep sports.

Tuesday

The Padua volleyball team defeated Beaumont in four games on Tuesday to finish off a perfect 10-0 romp through North Coast League play.

The Massillon Jackson, North Canton Hoover, Magnificat and Medina Highland girls golf teams qualified for the Division I state tournament at the Division I district golf tournament at the Legends of Massillon on Tuesday.

Wednesday

Standout Solon senior wrestler Anthony Collica, who has won Division I state titles at two different weight classes, recently orally committed to attend Oklahoma State University in fall 2013 and to join the school's powerhouse wrestling program.

The Walsh Jesuit boys golf team won its first district tournament since 1997 at Pine Hills Golf Club in Hinckley on Wednesday, and along with Medina, Aurora and St. Edward, qualified for the Division I state tournament.

Current Canton Central Catholic football coach Lowell Klinefelter and former Stark County prep gridiron head coach and current Canton GlenOak assistant coach Jack Rose were named members of the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association's 2013 Hall of Fame induction class on Wednesday.

Bailey Moody etched his name in the history books on Wednesday by scoring two goals - the final coming with eight seconds left in regulation - to help Midpark's boys soccer team defeat Berea 3-2 in the final meeting between the schools before they merge next school year.

Hudson Western Reserve Academy's boys soccer team recently received national recognition. The Pioneers are ranked third in the latest Elite Soccer Report's Prep School Rankings, which were released Wednesday

The Massillon Jackson girls soccer team captured its fourth consecutive Federal League title with a 2-0 home win against Boardman on Wednesday.

The Revere girls soccer team completed its league schedule with an unblemished 7-0-0 record when the Minutemen defeated Wadsworth 2-0 on Wednesday night. Amanda Gallo netted both goals.

Ohio High School Athletic Association assistant commissioner Henry Zaborniak resigned from his position on Wednesday.

Thursday

St. Edward senior wrestler Edgar Bright, who finished as runner-up in the 132-pound weight class at the 2012 Division I state tournament, recently orally committed to attend the University of Pittsburgh in fall 2013 and to join the Panthers' wrestling program.

Standout Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy senior wrestler Nathan Tomasello, who has won three state titles, recently orally committed to attend Ohio State in fall 2013 and to join the Buckeyes' wrestling program.

The Hathaway Brown field hockey team completed its perfect 10-0 run through its Northeast Ohio League schedule and claimed the league championship on Thursday when it defeated Western Reserve Academy 5-1.

The Akron Ellet volleyball defeated Akron Firestone in four games on Thursday to capture the City Series title.

Saturday

The Canton Central Catholic boys golf team placed second at the Ohio High School Athletic Association Division II state tournament on Saturday while Chagrin Falls finished third, St. Clairsville finished fifth and Kirtland finished ninth. Individually, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy sophomore Jeff Britton placed fourth, Poland Seminary sophomore Mark Passarello placed fifth and Fairview senior Tim Straka placed sixth.

The Sandusky Perkins girls golf team placed first at the Ohio High School Athletic Association Division II state tournament on Saturday while Hawken placed fourth, Hathaway Brown placed fifth, Laurel School placed sixth and Uhrichsville Claymont placed 11th. Individually, Vermillion senior Jessica Lardie placed fourth, Crestwood senior Gina Harmon placed fifth and Poland Seminary junior Rachel Sines placed sixth.   

The Ashland Crestview boys golf team placed first at the Ohio High School Athletic Association Division III state tournament on Saturday while Sugarcreek Garaway placed seventh and Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas placed 11th. Individually, Gilmour Academy senior Andrew Bieber placed fifth.

The Ohio High School Athletic Association has vacated Tuscarawas Central Catholic's first two wins - one of which came against Gilmour Academy - after the governing body ruled that the Saints used an ineligible player in those contests. The school is appealing the decision.

Westlake standout senior tennis player Lauren Golick won the Division I Northeast District Tournament for the third consecutive year on Saturday and qualified for the state tournament for the fourth straight season. Medina senior Ali Garrity qualified to compete in the Division I singles state tennis tournament for the second consecutive season when she placed sixth in the same tournament.

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