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First Fan Bus is Now full

The first fan bus going to Elyria Catholic for the District Final girls basektball game tomorrow is now full.  We will have a second bus if the interest is there.  Signup will continue tomorrow until 12 Noon.  The cost is $9 which includes the price of the game ticket. The bus is for students only.

Parking Alert for Friday’s game

Parking will be at a premium early at Elyria Catholic as the host school has a boys OHSAA tournament game at 6 pm prior to the District Championship game at 8 pm.  Elyria Catholic site managers are advising that a later arrival might be in attendees’ best interest. If the main parking lots are full

District Title Game Time changed to 8 pm

The Girls Basketball OHSAA District Title Game time is 8:00 pm on Friday, March 6th.  Elyria Catholic’s boys team will play their OHSAA second round game prior to the title game.  The fan bus will leave at 7:00 pm.

Teets on TV!

Colin Teets will be featured on HS Sports Insider at the following times and stations: You can watch the show three ways: On Cable Time Warner Cable SportsChannel (All Week) Tune in on Channel 311, 1311 in HD. Go here for show times: For more on TWC SportsChannel: On Broadcast TV WBNX TV,

Demon Wrestlers get their Brackets

Brackets for the OHSAA District Championships are up and posted for the three district wrestling qualifiers.  Wrestling is at Cleveland State University.  Friday’s session begins at 4:00 pm and Saturday’s session begins at 9:00 am in Woodling Gymnasium. Find all brackets:

Boys Basketball closes regular season with win

The boys basketball team closed out the regular season with a non-conference road win at Shaw HS on Saturday night, 51-40. Cameron Brown led the Demons with 16 points.  The Demons will now look to their first round OHSAA tournament game which will take place on Wednesday night at Elyria HS at 7 pm.

Demons finish 7th; 3 qualify to districts

The wrestling Demons, wrestling in their home gym, placed 7 wrestlers among the top 6 in their respective weight classes and finished 7th of 12 teams in what was termed as the toughest sectional in the state. Steve Hayes (170) led the way with a 2nd place finish and Josh Pappas(145) and Mahmoud Mustafa(160) each