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Aryana Jackson, Taylor Royster and Natalie Hill stepped up in a big way to lead Beachwood to a 53-49 come-from-behind victory over Villa Angela-St. Joseph on Saturday. Jackson scored a game-high 19 points while Royster added 17 and Hill contributed with 11.

Last season, John Davis III, Julio Stevens and Tre Sanders led Beachwood to a 20-4 record, a Chagrin Valley Conference title and the top ranking in Division III. This year, five sophomores from that team are ready for their chance to shine.

Five Beachwood football players earned All-Ohio honors on Wednesday. Nate Hamilton was named to the third team while Cameron Mack, Bennett Woomer, Tyler Hines and Tyler Nash earned special mention honors.

Beachwood’s girls’ basketball team advanced to the Division III regional championship game in each of the past two seasons and last year came a buzzer-beating 3-pointer away from playing in the state semifinals. It’s those near misses that have the Bison focused on taking the next step this season.

Beachwood’s Nate Hamilton, Cameron Mack, Bennett Woomer, Tyler Nash and Tyler Hines all were named to the Northeast Lakes All-District first team. Max Balasz, Josh Bialosky and Jordan Williams all earned second team honors and Greg Johnson and Chris Bell received special mention.

Beachwood right side hitter Tamarea Townes signed a national letter of intent on Wednesday to continue her education and volleyball career. Townes was a second team all-conference and honorable mention all-district performer.

Beachwood senior Aryana Jackson on Thursday signed with Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi to continue her education and basketball career. Jackson helped lead the Bison to the regional championship game last season and also joined the 1,000 point club.

Beachwood volleyball players Shaneice James and Valisha Watkins on Wednesday signed National Letters of Intent to continue their educations and volleyball careers in college. James signed with Tennessee Tech while Watkins is headed to the University of Texas-Pan American. 

In honor of Down Syndrome Awareness Month, The Up Side of Downs organization is honoring educators for their exceptional work in the classroom and beyond. Beachwood cross country coach Jamie Lader is one of those honorees.

Canton Central Catholic’s diverse offense and stout defense ended Beachwood’s season in the Division V, Region 15 playoffs on Saturday. The Crusaders downed the Bison, 41-0.

Beachwood finished the regular season with a 5-5 record but the Bison beat enough quality opponents to land the No. 8 spot in the Division V, Region 15 playoffs. It’s the second straight trip to the playoffs for the Bison and the third post-season appearance in school history.

Sophomore soccer player Asaf Roth was named Bison Athlete of the Week for the week ending Sunday, Oct. 26. Roth scored four of Beachwood’s five goals in a 5-1 win over Gilmour Academy in a Division III district semifinal.

An own-goal in the 86th minute cost Beachwood its first trip to the state Final Four. The Bison and South Range were scoreless after regulation, despite Beachwood’s heavy advantage in shots on goal and corner kicks. 

Asaf Roth’s penalty kick in the 13th minute was all Beachwood needed to beat Badger, 1-0, in a Division III regional semifinal at Twinsburg on Wednesday. Michael Dreka had four saves—including two from close range in the second half—to preserve the victory.

Kirtland scored 42 second half points to come from behind to beat Beachwood, 49-24. The win was the 54th straight for the Hornets in the regular season and 24th straight overall. Beachwood dropped to 5-4 on the year but could clinch a spot in the playoffs with a win next week.

Shai Yulish and Max Babbush both scored goals to lead Beachwood to a 2-1 win over Kirtland on Saturday in a Division III district final. The Bison advanced to the regional tournament for the first time since 1984.

Asaf Roth scored four goals and Vonya Shiffman contributed with one to lead Beachwood to a 5-1 win over Gilmour Academy in a Division III district semifinal on Tuesday. The Bison improved to 12-4-2 and will host Kirtland in the district championship game on Saturday.

Here’s a look back at the outstanding individual accomplishments of Beachwood’s Bison Athletes of the Week during the past several weeks of the fall sports season.

Sophomore Shai Yulish scored two goals to lead Beachwood to a 7-0 win over Bloomfield in a Division III sectional final on Saturday. Yulish’s second goal was the 29th of the season, which broke a 37-year old record for goals in a single season.

Beachwood and Cuyahoga Heights played a second straight overtime game and just like last year the Bison won when the Redskins failed to convert a two-point conversion. The Bison, 21-20 winners, improved to 5-3 on the year and kept alive their playoff hopes.

Hannah Kahn scored three goals and Lexi Stovsky added two to lead No. 5 Beachwood to a 5-0 win over No. 6 Pymatuning Valley in a Division III sectional final on Wednesday. The Bison advanced to the district semifinals where they’ll play at No. 1 Hawken on Oct. 20.

Columbia defeated Beachwood, 3-0, in a Division III sectional final on Wednesday to close out a record-setting season for the Bison. Beachwood finished the year 15-6 overall and set a new school record for wins under first-year coach Sarah Schoenhagen.

Beachwood’s wrestling program added an outstanding technician on Monday when former three-time Ohio state champion and NCAA champion Alan Fried was approved by the school board to become an assistant coach at the school. Fried will be responsible for coaching technique at every level of the program.

Beachwood dominated the second half in a 46-27 win over Richmond Heights on Friday. The Bison scored the first 21points of the fourth quarter to pull away from the Spartans.

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