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Eagles on National Signing Day

Congratulations National Signing Day Evan Maley- Wake Tech (North Carolina) Baseball Spencer Zernechel- Mercyhurst (Football) Kyle Hall- Slippery Rock (Football) Justin Robinson- Ashland (Football) In addition to the above, the GlenOak athletic department has several other students who are receiving scholarships. We are approaching $1,000,000 in scholarship money for this years senior class combining Athletics

Long Distance Swimmers Train Differently

By Kens­ing­ton Thomas and Man­nah Rice Hughes Sports Edi­tors Every sport takes hard work and ded­i­ca­tion. Not many peo­ple know about swim­ming, and they know even less about smaller cat­e­gories such as long dis­tance swimming. Head Coach Erin Crab­tree and assis­tant coaches Zach Bor­ras and Han­nah McCul­loch have led the swim­mers through the 2014–2015 season.

Golden Eagles’ defense sinks Generals

  Golden Eagles’ defense sinks Generals GLENOAK 57, WOOSTER 31 GlenOak limited visiting Wooster to 27 percent shooting from the field in rolling to a nonleague win over the Generals. Wooster fell behind 17-4 after the first quarter and couldn’t keep pace with the Golden Eagles on offense. Maddie Repp hit three 3-pointers in her

Lady Eagles Seeded #1

GlenOak takes top seed in Division I girls basketball district tournament   Co-Federal League champion GlenOak earned the top seed at the Division I district draw meeting at Lake Middle School on Sunday. Undefeated New Philadelphia was the second seed. Co-Federal League champion McKinley was the third seed. – See more at:

Boys Basketball Results!!

  GlenOak runs past Tigers GLENOAK 64, MASSILLON 52  The Golden Eagles led by double digits early on and got 19 points from JaSean Lewis, as GlenOak earned a nonconference win on the road Saturday night. GlenOak (11-7) outscored the Tigers 17-6 in the first quarter. Massillon did scrap its way back, outscoring GlenOak 30-26


   Eagles clinch title share GLENOAK 53, PERRY 24 Dai’Shona Polk finished with game highs of 15 points and six rebounds to lead the host Golden Eagles to a win and helped clinch at least a share of the Federal League title. GlenOak (17-2, 9-1) went 21 years in between its last title, and first-year