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Bulldogs Earn Academic Awards
Chris DeLisio
This year's Varsity Basketball Team did the job in the classroom and racked up many Academic Awards! Among them: Combined with the Girls Basketball Program, Olmsted Falls had 19 athletes to earn Gold/Silver Certificates from the Ohio HS Basket
Submitted: 4/14/2014
By: Chris DeLisio
Olmsted Falls’ Asadorian sets Ohio mark for 3-point shooting
Joel Hammond
The 2013-14 boys basketball season will be remembered as the year the Olmsted Falls program returned to prominence. The Bulldogs played for the Southwestern Conference title, won 18 games and watched an 11-man rotation mature while wreaking havoc on
Submitted: 3/24/2014
By: Chris DeLisio
Late free throws power Olmsted Falls past Avon Lake
By Scott Sommers
OLMSTED FALLS — There was no way Avon Lake senior Brad Hamilton was ready for baseball season to start. Hamilton and the rest of the Shoremen gave host Olmsted Falls everything they had. But, the Bulldogs hit seven free throws in the final minute to
Submitted: 3/2/2014
By: Chris DeLisio
Olmsted Falls turns run into win over North Olmsted
Joel Hammond-Chronicle Telegram
OLMSTED TWP. — One of the best traits Olmsted Falls possesses, as evidenced by a quick third-quarter run last week in a win over unbeaten Westlake, is its ability to turn it on at any time. It also happens to be one of its worst traits. The Bulldog
Submitted: 2/4/2014
By: Chris DeLisio
Hot-shooting Bulldogs send Demons to first defeat
Photos and video by Larry Bennet
Story by Jim Horvath Photos and video by Larry Bennet During the first half of the 2013-14 basketball season, a lot of attention was being paid to the undefeated boys teams at Berea-Midpark and Westlake. The Titans and the Demons were the talk of
Submitted: 1/30/2014
By: Chris DeLisio
High school boys basketball: Bulldogs give Demons first loss
Paul Barney
WESTLAKE — First Berea-Midpark, now Westlake. It’s been a pretty good week for Olmsted Falls. Three days after handing the Titans their first loss of the season, the Bulldogs handed the Demons their first setback, 66-59. “It’s been a really good w
Submitted: 1/25/2014
By: Chris DeLisio
Boys basketball: Olmsted Falls fells second unbeaten this week, downing Westlake behind barrage of 3-pointers
Chris Sweeney
WESTLAKE — No undefeated team wants to see Olmsted Falls. After handing Berea-Midpark its first loss of the season Tuesday night, the Bulldogs took their show on the road and knocked Westlake from the ranks of the unbeaten with a 66-59 Southwestern
Submitted: 1/25/2014
By: Chris DeLisio
No. 18 Olmsted Falls boys basketball closes out No. 10 Westlake, 66-59
By Tim Bielik, Northeast Ohio Media Group
WESTLAKE, Ohio — Olmsted Falls' boys basketball team is making a habit out of beating undefeated teams. Three days after giving Berea-Midpark its first loss, the Bulldogs did the same to host Westlake on Friday, topping the Demons, 66-59, in Southwe
Submitted: 1/25/2014
By: Chris DeLisio
Olmsted Falls turns page after pregame technical foul, hands Berea-Midpark first loss of season
Mike Perry - Chronicle Telegram
OLMSTED TWP. — The book was wrong, but everything else went just fine for Olmsted Falls in a key Southwestern Conference game against Berea-Midpark. The Bulldogs had their players’ road numbers written in the scorebook instead of the numbers on thei
Submitted: 1/22/2014
By: Chris DeLisio
No. 18 Olmsted Falls boys basketball hands No. 6 Berea-Midpark its first loss, 68-60
By Tim Bielik, Northeast Ohio Media Group
Boys Basketball No. 18 Olmsted Falls boys basketball hands No. 6 Berea-Midpark its first loss, 68-60 Berea-Midpark's Alex Brown works in the halfcourt in the fourth quarter against Olmsted Falls Tuesday at Olmsted Falls. (Tim Bi
Submitted: 1/22/2014
By: Chris DeLisio
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