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Western Reserve Academy Pioneer news

Published: October 16, 2016 12:00 AM
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Girls soccer falls to

Hathaway Brown

The host Western Reserve Academy girls soccer team fell to 5-11-1 after losing to Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown 3-0 Oct. 11.

Pioneers' goalkeeper Malia Fowler made 23 saves. The Lady Blazers had a 32-17 advantage in shots on goal.

Reserve is scheduled to visit Revere in its season finale Oct. 17 in Bath Township. Play is set to begin at 6 p.m.

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Golfers win league title in season finale

The Western Reserve Academy golf team concluded its successful 2016 season by winning the Interstate Preparatory School League Championship Oct. 10 at Totteridge Golf Club in Greensburg, Pa.

The Pioneers finished with a score of 320. Shady Side Academy (Pa.) captured second with a 330 and Kiski (Pa.) took third with a score of 338.

Also participating was Linsly (W. Va.), which shot a 377.

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"It was a good outing for the team," Reserve head coach Brand Closen said. "Everyone played well."

Zach Mandry led WRA, which finished 16-1 in 2016, with a 1-over 73 to earn medalist honors.

Michael Pamer was next with a 78 and Emily Root shot an 84. Also contributing to the Pioneers' team score was Kevin Escott (85).

Petno leads CVCA past boys soccer

The host Western Reserve Academy boys soccer team fell to 5-8-3 after losing to Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy 3-0 Oct. 12.

Hudson resident Braden Petno scored all three goals for the Royals (8-5-2).

Pioneers' goalkeeper John Smidlein made six saves and Reserve backup keeper Spenser Valentine stopped three shots.

CVCA had a 12-2 advantage in shots on goal and a 2-0 edge in corner kicks.

WRA is scheduled to entertain Akron Archbishop Hoban Oct. 18 at 5 p.m.

Field hockey falls to Hathaway Brown

The host Western Reserve Academy field hockey team finished 8-7-1 overall and 5-6 in the Northeast Ohio Field Hockey League after losing to Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown 6-0 in its season finale Oct. 10.

The Pioneers' junior varsity team lost a 2-0 decision to Hathaway Brown.

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