On the course: Took 22nd place in the Obenour Cross Country Classic with a time of 17:42.
Off the course: “Bubba” also plays basketball, and his favorite sports memory is hitting a game-winner after the Raiders had trailed by as many as 15. His favorite movie is “Life Aquatic” and his favorite team is the Cavaliers.
On the court: In wins over North Ridgeville, Amherst and NDCL, was 46 of 52 attacking with 28 kills, four block kills against Amherst, and was 14 of 18 serving with one ace and 13 points.
Off the court: While Faust hasn’t decided on a college yet, she’s planning on continuing her volleyball career at the next level. One of her favorite sports memories is going to Denny’s at 3 a.m. with her teammates as part of the Bulldogs’ “First 24 hours” program. An avid artist, she can also play the ukulele and her favorite subject is Spanish.
On the court: Finished the week with 11 aces and 32 digs. In the Sailors’ win over Buckeye Central, she tallied eight aces and 19 digs.
Off the court: Kearns’ favorite sports memory is a continuing one, and her team’s pregame karaoke sessions. Her favorite subject in school is math and her favorite food is her parents homemade chicken parmesan. A fan of all music, her favorite artist is Post Malone.
Year>>Wide receiver/defensive back
On the field: Had five catches for 145 yards and a touchdown in the Sailors’ win over Willard. Also had 12 tackles, two sacks and an interception.
Off the field: Young’s favorite sports memory is a recent one, as the Sailors aforementioned win over Willard sits at the top of his list. A lover of all different types of music, his favorite food is steak and he’s a fan of all Cleveland sports teams sans the Browns, as he’s a Steelers fan.
On the course: Finished third in the Obenour Cross Country Classic with a time of 19:35. The Rockets won the meet.
Off the course: A three-sport athlete, Dent also swims and plays lacrosse. Her favorite sports memory is making it to the state meet in the eighth grade and going to Panera with her team after. She knows how to water ski and enjoys history and math.
On the pitch: Totaled 15 total saves in the Panthers’ 2-1 win over Holy Name and 1-0 win over Brookside.
Off the pitch: A North Ridgeville resident who’s been playing soccer his entire life, Taylor’s favorite sports memory is jumping over an opponent while stopping a shot. His favorite class in school is theology and he believes the best fast food restaurant is “undisputedly Taco Bell.”
Elyria Catholic>>Girls soccer
On the field: finished with two goals and two assists against Holy Name along with two goals and four assists against Brookside
Off the field: An Elyria resident, Vogel’s favorite sports memories are winning the Elyria Cup last year along with making it to the final four in basketball last winter. When she’s not playing soccer, she can be found reading or playing with her dog. Her favorite food is shrimp and fried rice and her favorite movie is “The Greatest Showman.”
On the course: Won the Lakewood-Fairview-Westlake tri meet with a time of 19:20, the second fastest time for a freshman in school history.
Off the course: When Peer is not running, she can be found biking with her friends or at Westlake Nutrition. She also enjoys skiing (the normal and water variety) and her favorite TV show is “Grey’s Anatomy.”