Wednesday, February 13, 2013
The Cuyahoga Falls School Board voted unanimously to accept the resignation of Mike Miller at Monday night's meeting
It's official. Mike Miller will no longer be the head football coach for Cuyahoga Falls, starting Aug. 29. The Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education voted unanimously Monday night to accept the resignation of Miller, who became a unit principal at Cuyahoga Falls High School in September 2012, according to the Falls News-Press. He replaced Allison Bogdan, who recently was appointed principal of Roberts Middle School. Miller, who was also the football conditioning supervisor, is a 1999 graduate of Falls High and earned his bachelor's degree from Mount Union College, where he played football and baseball.
Monday, February 11, 2013
Coach Mike Miller was hired to work as a high school principal in September 2012
The Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education is expected to vote on the resignation of Cuyahoga Falls High School Head Football Coach Mike Miller at its meeting tonight inside the high school's library. Miller was hired to work as a high school principal in September 2012 and continued coaching through the fall of 2012. He replaced Allison Bogdan, who recently was appointed principal of Roberts Middle School. Miller’s resignation from head coach and his position as football conditioning supervisor would go into effect Aug. 29, the News-Press reported. The meeting starts at 6 p.m. in the Cuyahoga Falls High School Library, 2300 Fourth St. You can find the full agenda in the .pdfs section of this update.
Sunday, February 10, 2013
Cuyahoga Falls' Josh Ricker led the Black Tigers with a game-high 20 points
Thursday, February 7, 2013
The varsity gymnastics squad posted a team record score of 134.575.
The Cuyahoga Falls gymnastics team was crowned the Northeast Ohio Conference River division Champions on Feb. 2, according to the athletics website. The team posted a record score of 134.575. Junior Nicole Rozsa placed first in the all around, vault, bars and floor events and was named MVP of the meet and Gymnast of the Year for the River division. Senior Stephanie Rozsa earned all conference honors on floor with her second place finish. Freshman Maddie Johnston also had an outstanding meet placing third on vault and third in the all around. The team will move on to the sectional meet at Medina High School on Feb. 9.
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
The Stow boys basketball team squeaked by with a 58-57 win over Cuyahoga Falls Tuesday
Sunday, February 3, 2013
The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers will battle it out for the Super Bowl on Sunday.
If you're a Cleveland Browns fan, you know that it's really going to be the "once-upon-a-time" Browns that will take the field against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. The Baltimore Ravens play in Super Bowl 47 on Feb. 3 at 6:30 p.m on CBS (Channel 19-WOIO) It's the Ravens second Super Bowl appearance since 1996, when the late Art Modell moved the Browns from Cleveland to Baltimore. In that same span, Browns fans have suffered through years without football and a consistently lousy football team that boasts only one playoff appearance, ending in a heart-breaking loss to Pittsburgh. With all that said, who are you rooting for in the Super Bowl? Are there any Browns fans that will be rooting for the Ravens? Tell us why in the comments. Or …
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
MaxPreps handpicked one high school boys baseball player from each state.
Cassidy Brown, a Walsh Jesuit senior who can catch, pitch and swing the timber, was named the best high school baseball player in Ohio on Monday. MaxPreps -- a go-to source on high school sports -- crowned Brown and 49 other players from each of the 50 states with the coveted distinction. Brown was an All-State selection in 2012 after batting .432 with 5 homeruns, 25 RBIs and 25 runs, according to MaxPreps. The young prospect can also close on the mound; he had 5 saves last year. Brown plans to continue his academic and athletic pursuits at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, Ca. after the 2013 season. The sports site stipulated the top player chosen is not necessarily the top prospect. Some players are chosen based on their …
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The Cleveland Browns have sold the naming rights to their stadium. What do you think about the new name?
Cleveland Browns Stadium is no more. From now on fans will watch Cleveland football games at FirstEnergy Stadium. On Tuesday afternoon owner Jimmy Haslem announced that Akron-based FirstEnergy Corporation was awarded the naming rights to the football stadium. It is the first time in franchise history that the Browns stadium has a corporate name, joining the ranks of other NFL teams who have done the same, according to The Plain Dealer. The regional newspaper reported that no details of the agreement between the two parties were disclosed. What do you think of the new stadium name? What would you name it? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Friday, January 11, 2013
The Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator is now the head coach of the Cleveland Browns.
Many Cleveland Browns fans were left scratching their heads Thursday night as the team announced the hiring of Rob Chudzinski as head coach. Chudzinksi was the offensive coordinator for the Carolina Panthers for the past two years and was an assistant coach with the Browns twice with stints in 2004 and 2007, according to ESPN.com. With Chudzinkski as the new head coach, sources say he will bring former San Diego Chargers head coach Norv Turner with him as the offensive coordinator, The Plain Dealer reports. Turner was fired by the Chargers after the season ended. This is a dream job for the new coach, who grew up a die-hard Browns fan in Toledo and followed the team as a kid. Many fans are wondering what happened to the big names owner …
Here are several ways you can make sure your sports teams are highlighted on Cuyahoga Falls Patch.
Winter sports are well underway, and Patch wants to help you share all the exciting moments with the community, family and friends. We are looking for athletes, coaches, parents, Booster club members and fans in Cuyahoga Falls who are ready, willing and able to share their team spirit on Patch. News about any team—high school, middle school, rec teams, etc.—is welcome. Here's how to share news about your sports team: 1. Start a blog about your sports team: Share stats, recaps, photos and/or videos from the game in your own sports blog. Discuss the team, coaches and players with other fans in the community (but please keep it civil). 2. Upload pictures and video of your team to our "Pics & Clips" gallery: At the game? Did you snap an …