A Page -- April 9, 2011


HandsOnSoccer extends early 

registration discount for summer camp; 

current and past HOS S/As have earning 

ops

Through the month of April Otto Orf’s HandsOnSoccer is continuing to make available a large discount off the regular summer camp fee. The discount offers $15 off any full-day and $10 off any half-day online registration received before May 1.

In order to take the discount, log on to:


In appreciation for the loyalty of Student/Athletes participating in the camp during past summers, HoS has created a special program this year to go along with the deep discount for early registration. 

Orf and staff hope that HoS S/As will share this offer with a friend so friends might also enjoy the HandsOnSoccer camp experience with the professional coaching group  this summer.

Once a new friend registers for the camp s/he is eligible to start referring friends and teammates and accumulating "HOS Bucks'. Once those extended friends register they can take part in the program too and so on in true Seven Degrees Within Kevin Bacon fashion.
(registrants may be referred only one time)\



HERE's HOW IT WORKS

~For every half-day registrant referred you receive $5 in HOS Bucks.
~For every full-day registrant referred you receive $10 in HOS Bucks.
~You may also use HOS Bucks toward your camp registration fee!
~No limit on HOS Bucks you can earn.
~Associations may create code and earn equipment!



The way to be sure an S/A gets credit is to have friends enter YOUR LAST NAME in the field 

PROMO CODE just below the lunch order section on the left hand side of the online registration form.

HOS Bucks are redeemable for Mini-Balls, MLS Soccer Cards, PUGG Goals, posters and any of the items shown here below

Spartan Offense Stifled, Seven Game Win Streak 

Snapped in 5-1 Road Loss to Baldwin-Wallace

BEREA, OH – The Case Western Reserve University baseball team saw its seven game win streak snapped, 5-1, on Friday, April 8 visiting local rival Baldwin-Wallace College at Heritage Field. With the setback, the Spartans drop to 21-11 on the season.

The Spartan offense, which had been averaging over ten runs during their win streak, managed only one score during a game dominated by pitching. Jon Capadona twirled five innings of one run ball for B-W and was relieved by Bill Bostelman, who shutout the Spartans over the last four frames to preserve the win.

Case grabbed its lone run in the sixth inning when junior Sam Alexander (Alexandria, VA/T.C. Williams) scored on a double play ball. Senior Devin Dye (Canton, OH/Jackson) pitched 6.2 innings for the Spartans, allowing five runs and taking the loss to fall to 2-2 on the season. Freshman Ray Kelly (Rochester, NY/Aquinas Institute) hurled the final 1.1 frames, allowing just one hit and striking out one.

The Spartans will be back on the field Sunday, April 10 visiting Muskingum University. First pitch is scheduled for 1:00 p.m.







Westlake tennis train keeps rolling; 

Demons still unbeaten as all five units win 

in straight sets again, 5-0 win over Berea 

moving Boys in Green to 2-0 in SWC

April 9, 2011

By Norm Weber
Student/Athlete-Cleveland Editor
Normweber@studentathletecleveland.com

WESTLAKE – The Westlake High tennis train keeps rolling along, the latest development another 5-0 win, this time over the Berea Braves on Friday night.

The defending Southwestern Conference champion and State Elite Eight Coaches’ Cup Qualifier remained unbeaten overall at 3-0 and in the SWC at 2-0 with the win over the Guys from the Granite City.
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The Demons were led by defending Big School state singles runner up Colton Buffington, who posted a sound victory over Berea’s Josh Larawenke 6-0, 6-0.
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Demons Coach Jeff Mannies changed up at second and third singles Friday, inserting Stephen Fleischer and Abhi Ramachandran, respectively.

The Student/Athletes responded in kind, Fleischer defeating Jack Harrington 6-4, 7-5, and Ramachandran topping Kyle Tyler 6-0, 6-3.

In the four sets between the two doubles matches, the Demons rolled relentlessly, giving up only one point. J.T. Rapaport and Kent Dinchman lost on4 game in the first set but wound up winning 6-1 and then talking the second set at first doubled.

At second doubles, Westlake’s Rahil Desai and Krish Shah made it quick, going the 0-0 route for the doubles match rout and team match rout.

Midpark tracksters take third in F.E. 

Cope; Lou Styles wins half mile for 

Meteors; distance, throwers also pile on 

points 

April 9, 2011

By Norm Weber
Student/Athlete-Cleveland Editor
Normweber@studentathletecleveland.com

SALEM – In a single-sex event, Midpark finished third of 14 high school track and field teams in Friday’s F.E. Cope Boys Invitational, which was held in Salem’s Reilly Stadium. 

Fitch won the event with host Salem taking runners-up honors as the only outfits to outdistance the Meteors.

Midpark grabbed a chunk of points in the middle distance area with Lou Styles winning 800-meter run and teammate Mark Mirandilla trudging in right behind in third.

The Meteors fared well in the long distance races as well with Chris Myers taking runners-hop honors in the two-mile run and Ryan Jones finishing third in the mile. 

Teammate Casey Castenir finished sixth in the 3,200, a few notches behind Myers.

In the group effort, Midpark’s two-mile relay won the event in the invitational, while the mile relay team placed sixth.

Leading the Meteors in sprints was Tim Munoz with s seventh in the 400-meter dash, Canon Abbenhaus with an eighth in the 300 hurdles.

A hefty point-gab was also snatched in the field events with Midpark’s Conner Neu winning the discus tos and fourth in the shot put.   



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