The Heights High football team was undefeated going into the game Friday night.
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Friday, May 13, 2011
Meet moving to Cleveland Heights High School at 9 a.m. Saturday
Updated 5:24 p.m. Friday The Lake Erie League Track and Field Championships will now be at Cleveland Heights High School at 9 a.m. Saturday. ---- Tornado warnings, thunder and lightning and rain postponed the second day of the Lake Erie League Track and Field Championships on Thursday afternoon at Bedford High School. The coaches and athletic directors are hoping to squeeze in the remainder of the meet on Saturday. No start time has been issued. If the LEL meet can’t be completed Saturday, it will be canceled because it will be too tough to reschedule the event so close to the district meet, which begins Wednesday, said Cleveland Heights track and field head coach Nick Continenza. Continenza isn’t optimistic about the meet’s immediate …
Saturday, January 8, 2011
Tigers rally after pivotal timeout and run away with the win, 69-43, after game called early
EUCLID — Cleveland Heights High School boys’ basketball coach Barry Egan called a timeout late during the third quarter Friday night. His Tigers had started to misfire on more shots and throw away more passes and, in general, play without the same focus and drive they had showed off for much of the first half. He gathered them in a huddle and, shouting over the noise inside the Euclid High School gym, implored to play with composure. For the rest of the game, they did just that. But Egan had no idea the Tigers would need to keep their composure off the court, too. In large thanks to that timeout, the Tigers rolled to a 69-43 Lake Erie League division win over the Euclid Panthers in a game called by school and game officials with 1:54 …