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Girls Bowling Results!!

  GlenOak 2,156, McKinley 1,810 Two game matches—McKinley 1,424 (Holbrook 72, Stokes 97-140, Bergmeyer 149-156, Dorosky 161-160, Hostetler 111, Hendershot 157-221). GlenOak 1,646 (Reed 211-149, Guiffre 157-176, Blackburn 178-170, Cordia 142, Szerokmon 180, Reed 142, Monnot 141). Baker System matches—GlenOak 173-118, GlenOak 168-143, GlenOak 169-125. – See more at: http://www.cantonrep.com/article/20150205/SPORTS/150209643/2001/SPORTS

Boys Bowling Results!!

  McKinley 2,627, GlenOak 2,617 Two game matches—McKinley 2,033 (Mills 237-214, Kuhnash 217-199, Milbrodt 206-186, Grasse 146-176, Fraleigh 223-246). GlenOak 1,998 (Heaton 216-203, Ball 213-206, Slomsky 203-195, Pollard 176-183, Wendell 197-206). Baker System matches—McKinley 210-169, GlenOak 204-194, GlenOak 246-190. – See more at: http://www.cantonrep.com/article/20150205/SPORTS/150209643/2001/SPORTS#sthash.LD0SG0eF.dpuf

GlenOak stuns Jackson

  Championship teams know how to finish. Part of that is never giving up. Visiting GlenOak trailed Jackson by seven points with 1:13 left Saturday. The Golden Eagles’ hopes for a Federal League title were vanishing with every Polar Bears possession. “We fight hard,” GlenOak guard Maddy Repp said. Then jabbing an elbow at Golden

2015 Oakwood Track Calendar

Oakwood Track Schedule for 2015 March 9th First Practice 3:30-5:00 at Oakwood, Every Athlete must have Physical and Emergency Medical form on file with the school.  March11th Parent Meeting 5:00 Oakwood auditorium March 20th Pictures Starting at 3:30 dismissed after pictures no later than 4:30 April 8th Oakwood VS. Perry @ Perry High School 5:00 P.M.

Girls Win Again.

  GLENOAK 56, STOW 40  Shelby Henkel finished with team highs of 14 points and 10 rebounds to help lift the Golden Eagles to a non-conference win on the road.  GlenOak (15-2) led 29-17 at halftime and out-rebounded the Bulldogs 38-19 in the game. Maddy Repp added 11 points for the Golden Eagles, while Dajia Mills

Girls Bowling Results!!

  GlenOak 2,108, Alliance 2,081 Two game matches—Alliance (Miller 156-178, Fernandez 167-124, Moore 128-179, Shell 189-158, Hill 165-225). GlenOak (H. Reed 164-167, Guiffre 147-160, Blackburn 138, Monnot 146, Szerokman 172-170, Cordia 129, S. Reed 158). Read more: http://www.cantonrep.com/article/20150128/Sports/150129308#ixzz3QEQpaZag

Boys Bowling Results!!

  Alliance 2,529, GlenOak 2,455 Two game matches—Alliance (C.Rogers 164-195, Glover 220-226, N.Rogers 184-189, Kelly 187-203, Brimlow 181-213). GlenOak (Pollard 148-160, DeGordon 160-192, Slomsky 119-202, Ball 232-195, Heaton 214-195). Baker System matches—GlenOak 225-193, GlenOak 224-182, Alliance 192-189 Read more: http://www.cantonrep.com/article/20150128/Sports/150129308#ixzz3QEQTx9Wr

Girls Basketball Results!!

  Double-double lifts Golden Eagles GLENOAK 57, MASSILLON 35 Da’Vina Shelton scored 11 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead host GlenOak past Massillon. Maddy Repp added 11 points for the Golden Eagles, and Dajia Mills scored 10 points. Tamia Ridley was the leading scorer for Massillon with 12 points. The Tigers fell behind

Girls Bowling Result!!

GlenOak 1,917, Timken 1,911 Two game matches—GlenOak 1,488 (H.Reed 158-140, Guiffre 140-191, Blackburn 157-141, Cordia 149, S.Reed 114, Monnot 145, Szerokmon 153). Timken 1,464 (Albaugh 170-180, Driver 157-160, Bria.Rice 112-173, Rouse 130-186, Lockard 94-102). Baker System matches—GlenOak 163-156, Timken 158-142, Timken 133-124. JV—GlenOak 1,857-1,564. Read more: http://www.cantonrep.com/article/20150122/Sports/150129805#ixzz3PZvg1vKz