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Girls Varsity Cross Country · Girls Cross Country finishes 3rd at District and advance to Regionals


Saturday, October 21, 2017

9:00 AM

Place

3

Points

79

Meet Recap

The Shaker Girls Cross Country Squad continued their winning ways today, advancing to the Northeast Regional Championships with a third place finish at the Medina District. Sophie Carrier repeated as District champion, dropping the school record in the process to 17:52. Both Alexa Jankowsky and Avery Blazak also ran impressively, qualifying for regionals as individuals with 7th and 14th place finishes respectively. Freshman Andrea Harrison had the guttiest performance of the day, overcoming the heat to finish just three seconds off her personal best. Hailey Stupay, Charlotte Lo, and Orianna Anderson completed the impressive performance. The varsity seven will travel to Boardman next week in an effort to qualify for the state championships for the third straight season! Go Raiders!!

Opponents

School Place Points
Shaker Heights High School
3
79

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Multiple Teams · Shaker Heights High School Girls Varsity Field Hockey beat Hawken High School 4-2


Thursday, October 19, 2017

3:00 PM

Hawken High School
AWAY
2

Shaker Heights High School
HOME
4

Game Recap

Shaker dominated their first playoff game with 12 offensive corners to Hawken’s 4 offensive corners. Scoring for Shaker was Fiona Boyle (1), Lora Clarke (1), Felecia Hamilton (1) and Lori Mack (1). Assisting these goals were Drew Hubbard (1), Grace Kerns (1), and Lori Mack. Shaker will face HB next at Shaker on Tuesday, October 24th at 5:00 pm. Please come cheer on Shaker in their tournament game!

Box Scores

1
2
Hawken

2

Shaker Heights
3

1


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Multiple Teams · Shaker Heights High School Girls Varsity Field Hockey falls to St. Ursula Academy – Cincinnati 2-1


Saturday, October 14, 2017

11:00 AM

Shaker Heights High School
AWAY
1

St. Ursula Academy – Cincinnati
HOME
2

Game Recap

Shaker dominated the game with 17 offensive corners to Ursuline’s 3 corner. Shaker just could not find the back of the net. Shaker ends their regular season with a league record of 9-1 and out of league record is 10-6.

Box Scores

1
2
OT1
Shaker Heights

1

St. Ursula Academy – Cincinnati

1

1


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Multiple Teams · Shaker Heights High School Girls Varsity Field Hockey falls to Columbus Academy 3-0


Friday, October 13, 2017

5:30 PM

Shaker Heights High School
AWAY
0

Columbus Academy
HOME
3

Game Recap

Shaker played a hard fought game against Columbus Academy.

Box Scores

1
2
Shaker Heights

Columbus Academy
1

2


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Boys Varsity Cross Country · Shaker Heights High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 5th place


Saturday, October 14, 2017

9:00 AM

Place

5

Points

141

Meet Recap

The boys cross country team ended there regular season with a fifth place finish in the loaded Greater Cleveland Conference. State ranked Medina defeated reigning state champion Solon for the title. The team continued to pack run, with only 19 seconds separating the first and seventh runners on the team. Malik Joseph led the way with his time of 17:20, followed by Matt Burnard, Zak Reape, Vivek DiVakarla, David Carpenter, DeAndre Hall, and Jake Lehner. The competition gets no easier for the Raiders as they head to the Medina district next week in their battle to qualify for regionals. A tip of the hat to the team that finished their season today with some very solid performances in the open races, including Gabe Dacanay, who dropped his p.r. down to 18:16 in his final high school cross country race! Great job Shaker!

Opponents

School Place Points
Shaker Heights High School
5
141

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Girls Varsity Cross Country · Shaker Heights High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 1st place


Saturday, October 14, 2017

9:00 AM

Place

1

Points

46

Meet Recap

The Shaker Girls Cross Country team continued their march to the post season today with their first ever Greater Cleveland Conference championship! Facing stiff competition from state ranked Medina and Brunswick, the girls put out an extraordinary team effort to win by just three points. Sophie Carrier, Alexa Jankowsky, and Avery Blazak all cracked the top 9, with Andrea Harrison close behind in 11th place. Strong finishes by Oriana Anderson and Charlotte Lo sealed the deal, with Hailey Stupay rounding out the varsity performances.
With the regular season now behind them, the ladies will head to the brutal Medina district next Saturday as they quest to continue their season into November! Go Raiders!! A special shout out goes out to the rest of the team as well, with many outstanding performances in the open race! Shaker has turned heads all season with the depth of the program, and today was no different with four girls finishing in the top 10.

Opponents

School Place Points
Shaker Heights High School
1
46

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Multiple Teams · Shaker Heights High School Girls Varsity Field Hockey beat Hathaway Brown School 1-0


Tuesday, October 10, 2017

4:30 PM

Hathaway Brown School
AWAY
0

Shaker Heights High School
HOME
1

Game Recap

Congrats to the seniors on a great senior day! Shaker Field Hockey controlled the whole game with 15 corners and HB had none. Shaker had 11 shots on goal to HB’s 1. Scoring for Shaker was Lora Clarke. Shaker travels to Columbus on Friday to play Columbus Academy on Friday and St. Ursuline on Saturday! Shaker ends it’s leagues play with a record of 10-1 and seeded 2nd going into tournament! Go Raider Field Hockey!

Box Scores

1
2
Hathaway Brown School

Shaker Heights

1


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Multiple Teams · Shaker Heights High School Girls Varsity Field Hockey beat Ottawa Hills Junior/Senior High School 7-2


Saturday, October 7, 2017

4:30 PM

Ottawa Hills Junior/Senior High School
AWAY
2

Shaker Heights High School
HOME
7

Game Recap

Shaker Field Hockey ended a great week of field hockey with another win against Ottawa Hills! Scoring for Shaker was Lora Clarke (2), Felecia Hamilton (1), Lori Mack with a hat trick (3), and Reese Pulver (1). Assisting the goals were Lora Clarke (1), Lori Mack (2) and Margaret Mahoney (1). Shaker’s senior game is this upcoming Tuesday, October 10th, against Hathaway Brown at 4:30 pm at the turf field. Please come support the seniors and the Shaker Field Hockey Program!!

Box Scores

1
2
Ottawa Hills Junior/Senior
1

1

Shaker Heights
3

4


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Girls Varsity Cross Country · Shaker Heights High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 2nd place


Saturday, October 7, 2017

9:00 AM

Place

2

Points

77

Meet Recap

The Shaker Lady Harriers showed off their depth on Saturday, placing both second and seventh in the field of 23 teams at the Legends Invitational in Trumbull County. Both teams beat the full varsity squads of perennial powers Solon, Chardon and Twinsburg. Leading the way for the A team were Sophie Carrier, who finished third, and Alexa Jankowsky, who finished 7th. Freshmen Avery Blazak and Andrea Harrison were close behind, as was fellow 9th grader Esti Goldstein, who made her bid for the postseason lineup by finishing fourth overall for Shaker on the day. The open race also saw its share of impressive performances as both Tessa Shlonsky and Juliet Tonkin finished in the top 6 overall. Today’s race marked the seventh straight this season where Shaker secured a top three finish. They will head to the conference championship next week seeking Shaker’s first league title in what has become the toughest cross country league in Ohio. Go Raiders!

Opponents

School Place Points
Shaker Heights High School
2
77

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Boys Varsity Cross Country · Shaker Heights High School Boys Varsity Cross Country finishes 8th place


Saturday, October 7, 2017

9:00 AM

Place

8

Points

273

Meet Recap

The Shaker Boys cross country squad finished up their regular season with a strong performance, finishing in 8th place out of 34 teams at the Legends Invitational on Saturday. The mid 80’s heat slowed the times down a bit, but the toughness of the Raiders prevailed over rivals Brunswick, Twinsburg, Chardon and a host of others. Leading the way were Malik Joseph, Matt Burnard, Zak Reape and Vivek DiVakarla. Freshmen duo Dave Carpenter and Deandre Hall were the second and third fastest 9th graders in the field of over 270. A number of the boys represented the team well in the open race, including John Carter, Sam Rostetter, Max Kornblut, Henry Crampton-Hays and Ike Moore, among many others. The league championship meet will take place next week at Garfield Park in Mentor.

Opponents

School Place Points
Shaker Heights High School
8
273