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Find your Best College Fit: NCSA Power Rankings | Presented by VNN

Choosing the right college or university is a big decision. And if you’re an athlete, it can make the decision even more stressful. NCSA, the largest recruiting network for college sports, is helping athletes and parents make the best choice with the NCSA Power Rankings. Whether an athlete is searching for the right school on their own or with

HEIGHTS BOYS BASKETBALL – Tigers fall to Hughes in Dayton on holiday trip

Cleveland Heights lost its second straight game as Hughes (Cincinnati) pulled away for an 83-7 win on MLK Day. The match-up was part of the Flyin’ To The Hoop annual event in Dayton. Nigel Martin and Jae’Lyn Withers each had double-doubles. Martin had 20 points and 11 rebounds, and Withers added 17 points and 12

HEIGHTS HOCKEY – A solid regular season winding down for the Tigers

With only a handful of games left on the regular-season schedule, Cleveland Heights is putting together a solid 2018-2019 campaign. The Tigers are 13-9-2 through the first 24 games of the season with four games remaining. Heights is 4-4 in the GCHSHL Red North East Division, good for third place. The Tigers have three league

All Teams Schedule: Week of Jan 21 – Jan 27

Jan 21 Girls Varsity Sideline Cheer at Flyin To The Hoops 4:45 pm | James S Trent Arena Jan 21 Boys Varsity Basketball at Hughes Flyin To The Hoops 4:45 pm | James S Trent Arena Jan 21 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball at @Lutheran East @Lutheran East 6:00 pm | Lutheran East Jan 21 Girls

HEIGHTS GIRLS BASKETBALL – Tigers knock off John Hay, 55-41

Cleveland Heights used a balanced attack to run past John Hay, 55-41. The Tigers got a team-high 16 points from Hayley Sims and 10 from Iyahnna Williams. Hannah Hicks had 9 points and 9 rebounds, and Jayden Weaver chipped in 8 points and 13 rebounds. The teams were tied at 8 after one quarter, but

HEIGHTS BOYS BASKETBALL – Tigers fall to Warrensville Heights, 72-62

It was a difficult night and a difficult loss for Cleveland Heights in a 72-62 setback at home vs. LEL foe Warrensville Heights on Jan. 18. The Tigers led at halftime, 33-23. but were outscored in the second half by 20 points. “We just didn’t play well, but give credit to Warrensville,” Cleveland Heights coach