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Winter Sports Information

As we approach the winter sports season please see below for important information: Important Information Please note your participation in athletics is voluntary. All teams will be required to follow the CHUH Return to Play Protocols (located in Final Forms). These protocols exist to provide the safest possible environment for our student athletes and coaches.

All Teams Schedule: Week of Oct 12 – Oct 18

Oct 12 Boys Junior Varsity Soccer at Avon High School Avon High School 5:00 pm | Avon High School Oct 12 Boys Varsity Soccer at Avon High School Varsity Boys Soccer Game 7:00 pm | Avon High School Oct 13 Girls 7th Grade Monticello Volleyball at Milkovich Volleyball 4:30 pm | Milkovich Oct 13 Girls

HEIGHTS FOOTBALL – Stow tames Tigers in first round of postseason

Cleveland Heights was knocked out of the postseason by Stow in a 45-14 loss in a Division I, Region 1 first-round matchup on Oct. 9. The Tigers finish the season at 4-2. The host Bulldogs – who scored the final 31 points of the game – travel to Mentor in round two. Stow jumped out

Game Notes: Heights @ Stow

The Tigers travel to Stow in for the opening round of the playoffs. Kickoff is set for 7:07pm. The game will be broadcast by Spectrum Sports. Click Here to read this weeks game notes.

HEIGHTS CROSS COUNTRY – Gallagher wins at Medina, sets pace for improving program

Cleveland Heights junior Braedan Gallagher continued his impressive 2020 season with a win at Medina and a 4th place finish at Riverside. Gallagher ran 16:26 to win the Medina XC Festival and finished 4th in a difficult field at the Riverside “Light Up The Night” event. “Braedan is running very well and has changed a

HEIGHTS FOOTBALL – Tigers defeat Shaker, 17-14

Cleveland Heights closed the regular season with a thrilling 17-14 win over visiting Shaker Heights on Oct. 2. Vince Holland hit the game-winning field goal with 6 seconds left in the fourth quarter. The teams were tied at 7 at halftime. The Tigers outscored the Raiders, 10-7, in the fourth to improve to 4-1. Darreon