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Senior Gavin Skelly led Westlake with a point effort, while sophomore Andris Balodis added 12 points. Bay, nowwas led by senior Jack Aleksandrovic and junior Brandon Morris, with each scoring nine points. This weekend, Bay continues non-conference play Friday night at Parma. Westlake also has a non-conference game that night, traveling to Medina Highland On Tuesday night at Lakewood, his squad got an up-close-and-personal look at how that type of game is played.
The Rangers, behind the point effort of senior Shawn McDonald, went on a run late in the first quarter and never looked back. When the smoke had cleared, Lakewood had literally run away with a win over a stunned Bay squad in a West Shore Conference encounter. Lakewood, now overall and in the WSC, overwhelmed the Rockets defensively in the first quarter, then rode some red-hot shooting into second.
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The Rangers led at the half and after three quarters of play to win this one going away. On the other bench, a youthful Bay squad had some challenges of its own. But Bay answered with a run to close out the game and take a win over the Eagles in the basketball season opener Friday night at the Launch Pad. Both coaches, no doubt, experienced a series of highs and lows as the potential blowout turned into a barn-burner late in the second half They are always there supporting their team, win or lose.
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Last week at North Ridgeville High School, they took center stage. On this night, they would take the floor, perform their routines and compete for their own Bay, falling behind in the first half, fell to Revere,on a windy and rainy Wednesday night in the Division II boys soccer state semifinals at Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School.
Revere, nowjumped out to a convincing lead and withstood a Bay flurry in the final two minutes. Bay, nowbattled tooth and nail with the Rough Riders until Alex Furst broke the scoreless deadlock on a rebound goal with nine minutes left in the first half. With just under six minutes This time, there was arguably something more important on the line. Bay had revenge on its mind and followed through with a win over the Pirates Saturday night in the Division II district finals at Bay Memorial Stadium.
Bay, nowjumped on Rocky River for two goals in the first half, both in the final five minutes, and stymied the opposition the rest of the way with the help of junior goalie Colin Southerington. The Rockets advanced to But the Rockets were stuffed by the Rocky River defense on the 3-yard line, allowing the Pirates to hold on to a come-from-behind victory on Senior Night at Rocky River Stadium. Taking advantage of a defensive stand deep in Pirate territory In the final week of the regular season, they knocked off champion Elyria Catholic, then swept arch rival Rocky River to clinch a second-place finish.
Bay concluded the season at It was a tough night for the Rockets The two teams also joined forces to raise money and awareness in the fight against breast cancer with a successful Volley For The Cure Night With the win, Bay clinched a second place tie for second place in the West Shore Conference with a record.
Lakewood also finished second in the conference with its, win over Avon. Senior middle hitter Bridget Durham led the Rockets with 13 kills, four service aces and eight blocks. Savannah Skelly had 11 kills and 13 digs, while junior setter Megan Lowery dished out 30 assists. Bay junior Laura Wilson registered 15 digs, setting a new school record with for the season.
As the sixth minute ticked off the Bay Memorial Stadium scoreboard, the ball found its way to Abby Elinsky. The Rocky River forward took the ball to the end line, made a quick move past a Rocket defender and ripped a line-drive crossing shot into the right side of the net. With a lead, the Pirates were well on their way.
The visitors got another Elinsky goal Tuesday night at Avon was no exception as the visitors trailed in every set, including the crucial fourth set when the host Eagles held a 5-point lead three separate times. But like Rockets head coach Katie McCarthy like to say, her team just refuses to lose. Bay used a pair of Avon hitting errors and a block kill from senior middle hitter Bridget Durham to force a fifth and deciding set.
The Rockets trailed early in that set, but took the lead on another Eagle hitting miscue and never looked back in a20, West Shore Conference win. Jake Best, that is, the senior quarterback for the Rockets who simply willed his team toward that seemingly elusive first victory of the season.
With Best giving a very gritty performance on both sides of the football, Bay notched its first win Friday night by defeating Lakewood,in West Shore Conference action. It would be the visiting Rockets, however, doing all of the celebrating in dancing its way into the win column for the first time in five games.
Both defenses were proving to be rock solid, with the scoring opportunities few and far between. Then in the final 12 minutes, both teams found the mark as the intensity picked up exponentially. Bay remained undefeated atbut came less than 12 minutes away from a win after a Jordan Holmes goal gave the Rockets a lead. Westlake, now,countered with a goal from Lauren Hurst less than three minutes later that ultimately forced the draw.