Berea-Midpark Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 4 - 11 - 3
  • Conference Record: 1 - 5 - 2

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Four Titans Named to All-SWC Teams

Boys Soccer All-Southwestern Conference Honors Four members on the Berea-Midpark boys soccer team were recognized on All-SWC teams, the conference announced Tuesday afternoon. Senior Andrew Ruggiero was named first team selection and senior Andrew Dickson was named second team selection, while senior Joey Matese and junior Aidan O’Neil were named honorable mention All-SWC. Ruggiero, a four

Titans, Pioneers Slated for Opening Game of OHSAA Tournament

Northeast 5 – Sectional/District Bracket The Berea-Midpark boys soccer team will take on Elyria at 6 p.m.  Wednesday October 21st at Ely Stadium in Elyria, in the team’s opening game of the 2020 OHSAA Tournament. The winner of the game between the No. 26-seeded Titans and the No. 24 Pioneers, will meet No. 3 Avon

Joe Jovanovski Named Berea-Midpark Boys Soccer Head Coach

Joe Jovanovski, former coach of Sandusky High School Boys Soccer, has been named head boys soccer coach at Berea-Midpark High School. “It was obvious to our search committee the passion and energy Joe has for continuing to build our boys soccer program” said Berea-Midpark Athletic Director Adam Howard.  “We are looking forward to getting coach Jovanovski started

Titans Making the Grade; Once Again Setting the Standard in the Classroom

On the field and in the classroom, it was a great Fall to be a Titan. Berea-Midpark’s competitive success is matched by its academic work, as the Titans had an outstanding first quarter in the classroom with their overall grade-point averages. Of the roughly 320 Fall season student-athletes registered at Berea-Midpark High School, 210 (66%)

Blatnica Retires After 14 Years as Soccer Coach

Steve Blatnica is retiring from coaching following a highly successful seven year career as head boys soccer coach at Berea-Midpark High School. “As a product of the Berea City School District I was beyond fortunate to have had the opportunity to play, and coach the sport I love within the schools I’ve always called home”