A five-run sixth inning helped Cuyahoga Heights to slam the door on Tuscarawas Central Catholic in a Division IV regional semifinal at Firestone Stadium on Thursday.
Regional track meets got underway on Wednesday and several Chagrin Valley Conference athletes remain in the hunt for a berth to the state meet.
The spring sports season is nearing its end and the Chagrin Valley Conference championships finally have been determined.
Independence swept the team titles at the Division III District track meet and a total of 70 athletes punched their tickets to regionals.
Determining softball champions in the CVC Metro and Valley Divisions will come down to the wire with five teams chasing two titles.
Cuyahoga Heights is headed back to the regional tournament for the first time since the team won the state title back in 2014.
Beachwood, Chagrin Falls, Geneva, Hawken, and Independence all claimed Chagrin Valley Conference track championships last week.
As the regular season nears its end so too do the marches toward a Chagrin Valley Conference baseball or softball championship.
Athletes from nine different schools have been named the Chagrin Valley Conference Athletes of the Week.
The race for the Chagrin Valley Conference baseball title is approaching the final turn and all three divisions remain up for grabs.
Berkshire managed just two hits but the Badgers made the most of them in a 2-1 win over visiting Cuyahoga Heights on Saturday.
West Geauga’s girls and Cuyahoga Heights’ boys track teams won titles at the 2021 Dan Potopsky Invitational at Stan Skoczen Stadium on Tuesday.
Cuyahoga Heights earned a state ranking for the first time since 2014 when the team won the Division IV state title.
Former Cuyahoga Heights standout pitcher Zac Lowther has been promoted to the Baltimore Orioles big league club
Athletes from 11 different schools have been named the Chagrin Valley Conference Athletes of the Week.
The Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association included 12 players from the CVC on its Division III & IV All-Ohio teams.
The OPSA on Monday announced its Division III and IV All-Ohio girls’ Basketball teams, which included nine players from the CVC.
Cuyahoga Heights opens the 2021 season with many new faces in the lineup and a head coach who has been on the job for just a couple of months.
With four returning starters from 2019 and a host of talented newcomers, Cuyahoga Heights is young and hungry for the 2021 season.
Nearly 100 athletes and three coaches from the Chagrin Valley Conference were included in the Northeast Lakes All-District teams released on Monday by the Ohio Prep Sports Writers Association.