Glenoak Girls Varsity Basketball

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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

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: http://www.cantonrep.com/article/20150208/SPORTS/150209343/2001/SPORTS/?Start=1

FEDERAL LEAGUE CHAMPS!!!!

   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

Girls Basketball Results!!

  GlenOak 53, Perry 24 PERRY (8-12, 2-8)  Cauthon 1 0-0 2, Borck 2 0-0 5, Cobb 0 1-2 1, Wilson 0 0-2 0, St. Jean 1 0-0 2, Pireu 1 3-4 5, Morosco 4 1-4 9. Totals 9 5-12 24. GLENOAK (17-2, 9-1)  Shelton 1 2-2 4, Henkel 4 0-0 8, Mills 6 0-2

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

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