Berea-Midpark Girls Varsity Track

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Nine Individuals and Two Relays Advance to Regional Round

Results After a competitive two-day District Track and Field Meet in Brunswick, the Titans come away with nine individuals and two relay teams who qualified for the OHSAA Regional Meet next week in Amherst.  The Regional Meet is scheduled for Wednesday May 22nd and Friday May 24th.  Amherst Steele High School will host the meet.

Daugherty and Jankowski Named Berea Family Dental Athletes of the Week!

Congratulations to senior track athlete Ian Daugherty and senior track athlete Morgan Jankowski for being nominated this week’s Berea Family Dental Athletes of the Week! Daugherty helped the Titans earn 24 team points by finishing second in the 300m Hurdles (39.22) and helped the Titans 4×200 (1:31.71) and 4×400 (3:30.85) relay teams finish second at

Boys and Girls Teams Finish 2nd at Southwestern Conference Track and Field Championship

SWC Results Berea-Midpark track and field closed out the Southwestern Conference Championships on Friday. The boys team finished second overall with a total of 102 points behind Amherst Steele who won with 113 points. The girls team took second with 126 points. Avon claimed the girls title with a total of 142.5 points. The Titans

Andrews and Kingsley Named Berea Family Dental Athletes of the Week!

Congratulations to senior outfielder Jacob Andrews and freshman track athlete Faith Kingsley for being nominated this week’s Berea Family Dental Athletes of the Week! Helping the Titans go 3-0 on the week, Andrews had a batting average of .700 with two RBI and two runs scored.  The senior is hitting .327 on the season. Kingsley

Berea-Midpark with 14 Placers at 63rd Annual Berea Kiwanis Titans Relays

Results The 63rd Annual Berea Kiwanis Titans Relays ended in success as the Titans had a strong showing at the meet. The day ended with eight top three finishes, numerous personal bests and two new school records.  The girls finished fourth overall with 40 team points, while the boys finished sixth with 38 team points.

Titans With Strong Showing at Comet Relays

Comet Relay Results The boys and girls track teams traveled to Amherst on Saturday to compete in terrible weather conditions at the 64th Annual Comet Relays.  The boys won two events and finished runner-up in two to finish fourth overall as a team with 52 team points.  The girls finished 10th overall with their 29

Cupach and Jankowski Named Berea Family Dental Athletes of the Week!

Congratulations to junior pitcher/infielder Jordan Cupach and senior runner Morgan Jankowski for being nominated this week’s Berea Family Dental Athletes of the Week! Cupach helped the Titans go 2-1 last week.  Against Midview, the junior had three runs batted in to help the Titans defeat the Middies 8-1.  Against Avon Lake, Cupach pitched a complete

Titans Track and Field Sweeps the Weekend

The Berea-Midpark Boys and Girls Track and Field teams were back in business on Friday, again attending two different contests.  In Fairview, Berea-Midpark’s girls won six of the thirteen events and placed in the top three in all but one event as the girls were named the Fairview Warrior Relays champions after scoring 105 team

Agresta, Poschner and Rector Named Berea Family Dental Athletes of the Week!

Congratulations to senior track athlete Sam Agresta, senior tennis player Christian Poschner and tennis player Ben Rector for being nominated this week’s Berea Family Dental Athletes of the Week! On Saturday Agresta competed at the Maralyn H. West Invitational at Collinwood.  The senior finished first in the 3200 meter run after finishing with a time

Girls Win Maralyn H. West Invite, Boys Claim 7th at Medina Relays

The Berea-Midpark Boys and Girls Track and Field teams were busy on Saturday, attending two different contests and at times splitting up their roster.  In Collinwood, four individuals and a relay team claimed first in their events as the girls were named the Maralyn H. West Invitational champions after scoring 152 team points.   In Medina,