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Bay’s quickness and defensive pressure had Firelands perplexed as the Rockets defeated the Falcons, 34-18, in a Division II Elyria District semifinal on March 2.
ELYRIA — The cold weather has everyone down, and Bay and Firelands couldn’t escape its clutches Monday in the Division II district semifinal.
Payback was on their minds; it was just a matter of making it happen — and they did.
The No. 2 seed Firelands Falcons knocked off the visiting No. 4 seed Keystone Wildcats, 44-34, in a Division II Elyria District sectional final on Feb. 26.
Although it has been more than a year, the sting is still there for the Firelands Falcons girls basketball team.
The Keystone Wildcats and Firelands squared off last season in the Division II Elyria District sectional final and the Wildcats upset the Falcons on the road, 49-44. Keystone was 12-11
School children, this week, began taking state tests intended to ensure learning happens and Ohio students graduate prepared for competition in a worldwide economy.
Lunacy” is how Firelands superintendent Robert Hill is describing state testing in an open letter.
As Ohio’s new PARCC tests launched last week, some area teachers took to reviling them as “CCRAP” tests.