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  GlenOak 8-14, Louisville 4-9 Game 1 GlenOak    000    103    04    —    8    12    2 Louisville    100    010    20    —    4    7    2 WP—Pritt. LP—Nyland. HRs—none. Notes—The Golden Eagles scored four runs in the top of the eighth to take the first game. Drake May led the way with three singles, one RBI and two

Softball off to a good start

GlenOak 8, Northwest 2 GlenOak 130 301 0 — 8 10 3 Northwest 000 100 1 — 2 5 2 Allison and Cook. Francis, Markus (5) and Meister, Jackson. WP—Allison 1-0. LP—Francis 0-2. HRs—none. Records—GlenOak 1-0; Northwest 1-2. Notes—Senior pitcher Erin Allison struck out 15 Indians to open GlenOak’s season on a successful note. Sophomore


Join us for the Golden Eagle Athletic Association’s largest fundraiser of the year! You are invited to join members of the Plain Local community for the fun and excitement of a LIVE auction featuring hundreds of unique items, food and fun! Tickets are just $20.00 and can be purchased at the GlenOak Ticket office or

Eagle Spotlight

Athletic Department Plain Local Athletic Department made the Eagle Spotlight this week! Check out the video

Congratulations to Dylan Heaton!!

Congratulations to sophomore Dylan Heaton for qualifying for the State Bowling Tournament this weekend. Dylan placed 39th overall in the Individual tournament.

Grider Lifts Glenoak pass Copley

Look to score, GlenOak High School boys basketball coach Jack Greynolds Jr. tells Brandon Grider.A senior guard with a pass-first mentality, Grider picked a great time to listen.He scored seven of his team-high 15 points during a 77-second stretch late in the fourth quarter to key GlenOak’s 52-47 win against visiting Copley in a Division

GlenOak vs Copley Photos

PHOTO GALLERY GlenOak vs Copley Boys Basketball The Repository – Canton, OH  click on link below to view gallery . . .

GlenOak to D1 District Finals

Defense Lights it Up  A GlenOak defense led by athletic 6-2 Shelby Henkel puts the hammer on Green in a 49-31 district semifinal win at Walsh University. Somebody forgot to tell GlenOak’s 6-2 post Shelby Henkel to slow down and wait Monday. Henkel ran Green ragged on offense and defense in the Golden Eagles’ 49-31 win in