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Titans News · Profile- Chad Elliott


Chad Elliott is a 2016/17 graduate of Berea-Midpark High School. Chad had a stellar high school career, placing him at or near the top in school history in many statistical categories. After graduating from BMHS, Chad continued his academic and basketball career at Siena Heights University.

A three year letter winner and two year starter, Chad had an outstanding career for the Titans. Along with being named the outstanding offensive player on the team his junior year, Chad was named to the second team all SWC. His senior season, Chad was the unquestionable leader of the team. He produced by leading the team in points, assists, three pointers made, and free throws made. Chad’s exceptional senior season resulted in being named to the SWC First Team, a selection to play in the Greater Cleveland Basketball Coaches Association All Star Game, and a place on the all District Team.Image result for chad elliott basketball    Image result for chad elliott basketball Berea-Midpark

Chad concluded his high school career with the following statistical accomplishments for BMHS: 1st in three pointers made and most free throws made in a career in school history; Chad is 2nd in school history in total points scored in a career and most steals in a career; he is 3rd in most games played in a career, most total field goals made in a career, most quarters played in a career, and most assists in a career in school history. Chad made five three pointers on three separate occasions to tie the school record for three pointers in a game.

After high school, Chad accepted a basketball scholarship to attend Siena Heights University in Michigan. Chad is in his freshman year at Siena Heights University. . Please follow Chad Elliott and his basketball career at:

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Multiple Teams · Profile- Josh Simmons


Josh Simmons is a 2015/16 graduate of Berea-Midpark High School. After a successful high school experience both academically and athletically, Josh went on to attend The Ohio State University at Lima.  Currently a sophomore, Josh is continuing his achievements.jsji

In high school, Josh was always one of the hardest workers in the program.  His hard work resulted in a starting role for the Titans his senior year. Josh was a leader on and off the court. In the classroom, Josh was a hard worker as well. He earned a 3.2 grade point average throughout his high school career.

In college, Josh has continued to exhibit the same work ethic that allowed him to be successful in high school.  Academically, Josh is majoring in Social Work. He eventually aspires to work with children within this field.

In basketball, Josh is penciled in as a starter for the Barons this year, who play in the tough Ohio Regional Campus Conference.

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Titans News · Sponsorship Spotlight: Maya Mexican Restaurant | Presented by VNN


We’re excited to welcome Maya Mexican Restaurant as a continued, official partner of the Berea athletic website!

The support of local businesses not only contributes to the Berea athletic department, but ensures Titans Nation has the most up-to-date news, scores and photos online. Show your support of Maya Mexican Restaurant by visiting them online at elmayarestaurante.com. You can also access more information and search exclusive listings for Berea supporters by clicking on their ad on the right side of every page.

Thanks to Maya Mexican Restaurant for their continued support of Berea athletes and athletic program. Go Titans!

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Multiple Teams · Profile- Nolan Gerrity


Nolan Gerrity is a 2014-2015 graduate of Berea-Midpark High School. He spent his first two years at Midpark High School before the district combined Midpark High School and Berea High School. Nolan was very successful individually at both schools. More importantly than individual statistics, awards, and accolades is that the teams that Nolan played an integral part of achieved great success. After high school, Nolan continued his academic and athletic career at The University of Maryland-Baltimore County, making him the first basketball player at BMHS to play for a division 1 college program.Image result for nolan gerrity

 

At Midpark High School, Nolan, 6’10, was a letter award winner as a freshmen, and a starter his sophomore season. His sophomore season, Nolan recorded the most blocks in the history of Midpark High School (97).  After the schools combined, Nolan continued his great achievements at BMHS. He was selected to the SWC First Team after both off his junior and senior seasons.  He was named SWC MVP after his terrific senior season. He was also named to the GCBCA All Star Game, First Team All-District, and Special Mention All State. Nolan joined the prestigious 1,000 point club his senior year. He holds several records at Berea-Midpark, including: Most blocks in a game, season, and career, most rebounds in a season and career, and best field goal percentage in a season and career. His talent, work ethic, and infectious energy were main reasons the team won 42 games Image result for nolan gerritywhile only losing 8 during his two years at Berea-Midpark High School. His teams won back to back conference championships and finished in the top 10 in the state both years. Nolan has continued his success at the Division 1 collegiate level at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.

After a solid freshman season at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, Nolan started all 33 games as a sophomore last season. He set a school record last season by going 9 for 9 in his field goals against Maine. His best game may have been against The Citadel, where he posted stats of 17 points, 15 rebounds, and 6 blocks. The UMBC Retrievers made a significant improvement last year winning 21 games, and are picked to be at the top of their conference this year.

After an Honor Role academic career in high school, Nolan is majoring in management of aging studies and entrepreneurship.

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Multiple Teams · Profile- Michael Schuller


Michael Schuller is a 2013-14 graduate of Berea-MIdpark High School. He previously went to Midpark High School, where he was a two-year starter. Michael helped make the first season of the new combined high school a major success. He also excelled in golf and academics in high school. After high school graduation, Michael continued his academic and basketball career at Heidelberg University.

During his three years at Midpark and one year at Berea-Midpark, Michael was a four year Letterman in both golf and basketball. He earned many individual awards and helped his teams achieve many more.

In golf, he was the first boys’ golfer in Midpark history to advance to the District Tournament. In his senior year at Berea-Midpark High School, he was the medal winner as the top scorer in the Holy Name Invitational and led the boys’ golf team to a first-place finish in that tournament, helping earn Berea-Midpark High School their first trophy in any sport. In basketball, Michael was a three year varsity starter. He ranks fifth all-time in Midpark basketball history for 3 pointers made in a career and free throw percentage in a career; he ranks 2nd in free throw percentage in a season at Midpark; he had two games in which he shot 100% (9/9 and 10/10) from the free throw line, tying a Midpark record.Image result for michael schuller heidelberg basketball

During his one year at Berea-Midpark High School, Michael started at shooting guard in all 25 games for the 21-4 SWC Champions and 6th ranked team in the state in Division I.  He shot 93% from the free throw line, which still leads the school; his 57 made three pointers has him in second place all time and is most in a single season in school history. Michael also is tenth all-time in the state of Ohio for making 40 consecutive free throws in a row, spanning both his junior and senior seasons. Michael was named 2nd Team All-Conference, Special Mention Northeast Lakes All-District team, Greater Cleveland Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game Participant, and SWC Scholar Athlete. Michael finished his high school career scoring a total of 701 points.

Academically, Michael has been very successful as well. In high school, he was a member of the National Honor Society; he also received NHS’ top scholarship award. Michael graduated Magna Cum Laude with an Honors Diploma.

Michael has continued his academic and athletic success at Heidelberg University. He completed an internship this summer with the Lead Team Physician for the Cleveland Browns and Head of Sports Medicine at University Hospitals. Michael will graduate from Heidelberg University this spring with a degree in Health Sciences. He has also earned a fifth year next fall to complete an MBA tuition free. Following completion of his MBA, Michael plans to attend graduate school in a health care related field.Image result for michael schuller heidelberg basketball

Michael is entering his fourth year as a member of the Heidelberg Men’s’ Basketball team. Last season, Michael finished 19th in the OAC in three point percentage (39.5%) and 3rd in the OAC in Assist-to-Turnover Ratio (2.3).

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Multiple Teams · Profile- Alex Brown


Alex Brown graduated from Berea-Midpark High School in 2013-2014, the inaugural season of the school. Alex excelled at Berea High School prior to the merger. He continued his education and basketball career at Tiffin University after graduation.

Alex Brown had a stellar high school career. He scored over 1,000 points in his varsity Image result for alex brown tiffin universitycareer. His senior year, Alex led the Titans to a 21-4 record, a conference championship, #4 in final Plain Dealer poll, and #6 in AP final State Division 1 Poll while averaging 19.8 points, 6 rebounds, and 8 assists per game.  Alex also garnered several individual awards, including: 1st team All-Northeast Lakes District Team, All-SWC Conference 1st team, SWC Conference MVP, All-Ohio Special Mention, and was nominated to play in the prestigious Ohio North/South All-Star Game.

After accepting a scholarship to Tiffin University, Alex made an immediate impact. He started 17 games his freshmen season averaging over 10 points per game. Over his sophomore and junior seasons, Alex has been a mainstay on the Dragon team. He has been a starter during that span, averaging 10 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 assists per game. Alex, one of two seniors on the roster, is entering his final season, and is 81 points away from reaching 1,000 college points.Image result for alex brown tiffin university

Basketball has been instrumental in his life. His fondest college memory is traveling to Puerto Rico last season, and getting the opportunity to play a game he loves with his teammates, and having his family make the trip to watch him play.

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Multiple Teams · Berea-Midpark Ends Season with 3-2 Loss at Avon Lake in OHSAA Sectional Final


Saturday, October 21, 2017

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Game Recap

The fifth-seeded Berea-Midpark boys’ soccer team fell, 3-2, in the second round of the 2017 OHSAA Sectional Final Saturday evening at Memorial Stadium in Avon Lake. Seniors Joshua Ramirez and Carter Munsterman scored the goals for the Titans (8-6-4) in the second half, but Avon Lake hit the eventual game-winner midway in the final frame to advance the Shoremen to the District quarterfinals.

Avon Lake held a 2-0 lead at halftime. But like all year, the Titans never gave up. The boys found the net seven minutes into the second half when Ramirez headed in the goal following an excellent corner kick into the box by Andrew Ruggiero in the 47th minute. However, Avon Lake struck again when the Shoremen scored past Dominic Baglier’s left hand from close range for the eventual game winning goal.

Munsterman struck a right footed shot into the upper right 90 of the net in the 78th minute of the game to draw the Titans within one, but Berea-Midpark ran out of time in search of the equalizer.

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Girls Middle School Cross Country, Girls Varsity Cross Country · Jankowski Advances; Girls Finish 6th at District Meet


Saturday, October 21, 2017

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153

Meet Recap

The girls’€™ cross country team placed sixth as a team with 153 points at the OHSAA Northeast Ohio District Meet. In a valiant team effort to secure a spot at the OHSAA Regional Meet, the girls, as a team, came up just short.

Morgan Jankowski did secure a spot to the Regional Meet in Boardman next weekend as an individual runner. She completed the 5K course in eleventh place with a time of 20:41.66.

The other four Titans performed at a great pace on the afternoon. Sam Agresta (21:36.54/31st place), Dana Miller (21:48.99/33rd place), Hope Brown (21:58.69/38th place) and Faith Brown (22:26.76/40th place) were the other four scorers.

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Boys Middle School Cross Country, Boys Varsity Cross Country · Boys Finish 11th in Northeast Ohio District Meet


Saturday, October 21, 2017

2:00 PM

Place

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Points

344

Meet Recap

Junior Ethan Bradt paced the boy’s cross country team this afternoon in the OHSAA District Meet and finished in 45th place. The Titans as a team placed 11th out of 14 teams with 344 points.

Running in a race that featured multiple ranked teams and high-quality runners, the Titans mixed it up with some of the best in the region for the whole race. Bradt battled to a 45th place finish with a readout of 18:28.96.

The other four Titans were unable to improve their position throughout the 5K trek. Anthony Cocita Jr (19:14.17/63rd place), Eric Poole (19:37.64/73rd place), Adam Kamel (20:15.91/81st place) and Ian Daugherty (20:37.11/82nd place) were the other four scorers.

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Multiple Teams · Titans Conclude Season with 3-0 Loss to 4th-Seeded North Royalton


Saturday, October 21, 2017

1:30 PM

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The Berea-Midpark volleyball team closed out the 2017 season with a 3-0 (25-14, 25-12, 25-18) loss to fourth seeded North Royalton in the second round of the OHSAA District Volleyball Tournament Saturday afternoon at Strongsville High School.

Junior Nicole Peterson led the Titans with a team-high 11 kills. Senior Caitlyn Lindo had a fantastic afternoon with five kills of her own and playing great defense at the net. Defensively, Daria Khramkova and Natalie Winstead both provided 6 digs a piece while Khramkova added six kills. Senior Aubree Nolan assisted on 20 of the Titans 44 points.

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