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Boys Return to State, Baker Becomes Third Female Ever

Obtained From Medina Gazette By: Paul Heyse LORAIN — The Brunswick boys bowling team earned its second straight trip to Columbus with a second-place finish Sunday at the Lorain Division I District. The Blue Devils deadlocked Nordonia at 4,083 pins, which forced a sudden-death, twoframe roll-off at Rebman Rec. The Knights’ Ryan Liederbach defeated senior

The Blue Bombers

Obtained From Medina Gazette By: Brad Bournival Brunswick turns heads and upends favored Grizzlies for first sectional title WADSWORTH — Brunswick wrestling coach Mike Koshar racked his brain and couldn’t come up with an answer. Former Blue Devils wrestlers took their best guesses but didn’t have anything concrete, either. A phone call to former coach

Legendary Night for Quiring

Obtained from Medina Gazette By: Albert Grindle Legendary Night for Quiring BRUNSWICK — All 5 feet, 8 inches of Michael Quiring — and that’s being generous — attacked the redwoods with an unflappable resolve. The diminutive point guard kept swinging until the trees crashed to the ground. In a Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division slugfest

Girls State Championships Update

Girls 200 Meter Medley Relay The Brunswick Girls Qualified for Finals on Saturday after finishing 11th with a time of 1:49.24 The Blue Devils competed on Saturday at the State Finals, Finishing 13th with a time of 1:49.42 Individuals for the Blue Devils Mikayla Dostall: Swims a 59.58 and places 23rd, finishing off a fantastic

Devils Keep Streak Going

Obtained From Medina Gazette by: Brad Bournival MENTOR — With one game left in the regular season, the Brunswick boys basketball team picked the right time to get hot. Winners of four of their last five contests, the Blue Devils put an exclamation on their recent streak Tuesday with a 59-48 Northeast Ohio Conference Valley

Ready for Next Step

obtained from Medina Gazette by: Brad Bournival Great things could be in the future for Eyssen When the Brunswick girls 200-yard medley relay crushed the school record last weekend at the Northeast Division I District, bells and whistles didn’t go off. The same could be said when the 400 freestyle relay mark went down. While

Bator dominates with school-record 757 series, Girls advance too

obtained from Medina Gazette By: Paul Heyse NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Brunswick advanced both of its bowling teams to districts Sunday with second-place finishes at the Lorain Division I Sectional at Brunswick Zone. In a clash of state powers, Olmsted Falls held off defending sectional champion Brunswick 4,399-4,333 for the boys title. The Bulldogs were second

Records Fall Everywhere for Medina County Teams

obtained from Medina Gazette By: Brad Bournival CLEVELAND — The splash heard around the pool over the weekend at the Northeast Division I and II District swim meets came out of Medina County as Cloverleaf, Highland, Brunswick, Medina and Wadsworth set 18 school records at the Robert F. Busbey Natatorium. Seventeen came Saturday in D-I,

Leader of the Devils

Salisbury stars in final game on home court obtained from Medina Gazette By: Brian Dulik BRUNSWICK — The final home game of Paige Salisbury’s career was memorable and historic Saturday night. Salisbury collected 16 points, seven rebounds and five assists, powering Brunswick’s girls basketball team to a 60-33 wire-to-wire win over Olmsted Falls in a

Final Forms- All the Mandatory Forms for Spring Sports in One Place

These forms must be filled out in order to compete or practice in a spring sport. Parents must fill out forms completely first, signing each page with an electronic signature, after the parent has completed all of this, the student will confirm their email account and also go through filling out any necessary info, as