Press Coverage for week ending January 10, 2015

Boys basketball: North Ridgeville senior hits 3-pointer in OT for victory

NORTH RIDGEVILLE — In the grand scheme, Saturday’s non-conference game at North Ridgeville didn’t mean a whole lot.

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Firelands Schools honors bus driver Jenny Becker

Sixteen years of dedication while rumbling down the road behind the wheel of a school bus resulted in an “I Made a Difference” award for driver Jenny Becker.

Milt Sayler, transportation director for Firelands Local Schools in South Amherst, said

Becker’s service since 1998 and care for students vaulted her to the top for this award.

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High school girls basketball notes: Firelands finding its new identity

After starting the season 2-2, the Firelands Falcons have gotten on track, winning four games in a row. Coach Dave Kudela said the team’s defensive efforts have paid dividends in recent weeks.

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Firelands Falcons students running their own newspaper

Firelands High School students found a crag in a rock cliff this year when they created a student-run newspaper.

The first issue of “The Bird’s Eye View” soared into circulation in October with an explanation that a previous student newspaper, “The Talon,” ended production four years earlier with a retirement of its adviser.

The rest of the article, as reported by The Morning Journal, can be read by clicking on the headline.