Girls Varsity Softball · Girls Varsity Softball beats Avon 6 – 0
Girls Varsity Softball · Card’s Walk-Off Sacrifice Fly Lifts Titans To 7 – 6 Win Over Olmsted Falls
Multiple Teams · Youth Softball Clinic
Attention any girl ages 7-12 who is interested in building their softball skills. The Berea-Midpark softball program is holding their first youth clinic this summer. We are excited to work with the youth from our community and have fun learning the game of softball. Work on throwing, defense, pitching, hitting, and base running. Please click
Girls Varsity Softball · Softball Earns Tenth Seed in OHSAA Tournament
The Titans softball team earned the ten seed in the Avon Lake District of the 2018 OHSAA Tournament. Berea-Midpark will open up on the road on Wednesday May 9th at Avon Lake High School as they battle the Shoregals. First pitch is set for 5PM. Good luck ladies, and go Titans!
Girls Varsity Softball · Titans Sweep Normandy in Weekend Double Header
In it’s first annual “Strike Out Cancer” weekend, the Titans ended the day on a high note as it swept Normandy in double header action 14-4 in game one and 13-3 in game two. Senior Jamie Smith lead the Titans in the morning game, going two for four from the plate with four runs batted
Girls Varsity Softball · Middies Outlast Titans, 6 – 3
Boys Varsity Lacrosse, Girls Varsity Softball · Bricker and Weaver Named Berea Family Dental Athletes of the Week!
Congratulations to sophomore softball catcher Bridie Bricker and senior lacrosse attacker David Weaver for being named this week’s Berea Family Dental Athletes of the Week! Bricker helped the Titans softball team go 3-1 on the week with victories over Westlake and a double header sweep of Valley Forge. In the four games, Bricker went 9
Girls Varsity Softball · Titans Win Fourth Straight, Edge North Ridgeville 2-1
Girls Varsity Softball · Titans Complete Weekend Sweep of Valley Forge
The Berea-Midpark softball team put up huge numbers in its weekend sweep of Valley Forge High School. The Titans defeated the Patriots 12-2 in six innings in game one and scored a season high 18 runs in its 18-8 victory in game two. In game one, the Titans were lead by Sam Matese who went