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Beachwood’s football team controlled most of its nonconference game at Gilmour Academy on Saturday. A late turnover proved to be the difference in a 46-40 loss to the Lancers.

Kirtland improved its record to 2-2 on the year but it didn’t come easily. The Hornets defeated host Beachwood, 3-2, and battled back from a match point in the fifth set to take home the victory.

Beachwood controlled the ball for most of the first half but had nothing to show for it as the Bison settled for a 1-1 draw with Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin on Thursday. The Lions led 1-0 at halftime before Bogatur Askaryan tied it up on an assist from Max Babbush.

Beachwood’s volleyball team welcomed new head coach Sarah Schoenhagen to the program with a season opening win over Cleveland Central Catholic on Tuesday. The Ironmen won the first set but the Bison responded to win the next three and the match.

The return of senior captain Jessica Tall helped Beachwood’s tennis team win its first game of the season. Gabbi Rodriguez won at third singles while Erica Gross and Caroline Stern and Maya Peleg and Lynn Jiao won at doubles for the Bison.

Beachwood’s Brandon Teitelbaum has emerged as the leader of the young Bison golf team. Teitelbaum earned medalist honors in all three matches last week and was named Bison Athlete of the Week.

Beachwood’s cross country team kicked off its season on Saturday at Berkshire’s Early Bird Invitational. Jack Spero led the boys with a 43rd place finish and Cathy Perloff topped the girls’ squad with an 87th place finish.

Support the Beachwood boys' basketball team on Monday, Aug. 25 by enjoying dinner at Winks Bar & Grill in Beachwood. Wink's will donate 10-percent of food orders to the Bison basketball team.

Beachwood’s young golf team split a tri-match with Independence and Cardinal on Tuesday. Independence finished a 170, while the Bison came in with a 181 and Cardinal finished with 188 strokes.

Beachwood’s wrestling team graduated a very successful senior class and now it’s up to Pete Cimoroni to rebuild the program for the future. Cimoroni had two very successful previous stints with the Bison and he’s looking forward to the challenge at hand.

With the addition of Adam Kahn as head coach, the Beachwood Middle School girls’ soccer program is on the path to great things. Kahn hopes to see an increase in the number of girls participating and then provide them the leadership they need for a positive soccer experience.

On Friday, August 1, in conjunction with University Hospitals, Beachwood High School will offer free physical examinations for all of Bison student-athletes. Physicals will be conducted from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. in the high school South Gym.  

Trying to balance school, friends and extracurricular activities is a hard thing to do if you want to excel in all three. For Beachwood’s Halle Flate, she found a way to make it work and earned a spot in the 2014 Ohio Varsity All-Star Classic.

Beachwood’s new volleyball coach, Sara Schoenhagen, hit the ground running. Schoenhagen, a two-time all-conference performer at Hiram College and now a Behavior Specialist at Beachwood Middle School, has installed a strength training and conditioning program for her players and will work with them throughout the summer.

Beachwood senior Wes Darvin became the first Bison swimmer to place at the state tournament in 25 years. In this video he recaps his Beachwood career.

Beachwood senior basketball players Alfred Hodge, John Davis III and Trey Sanders discuss their Bison careers and what's in store for them in the future.

Beachwood senior Hannah Richardson recapped her Bison career, which ended with a cheerleading national championship and many accolades in track and field.

Beachwood senior football players Josh Goode, Jordan Lane and Shawn Felix recapped their careers at Beachwood's senior athlete recognition night on May 29, 2014. The three seniors led the Bison back to the playoffs for the first time in over 20 years.

Beachwood seniors Brett Dubin and Karan Gill closed out their high school careers with a fourth place finish at the 2014 OHSAA state tennis tournament on Saturday. The Bison duo finished the tournament with a 2-2 record.

Beachwood senior tennis players Brett Dubin and Karan Gill won their first two matches in the Division II state doubles tennis tournament on Friday and can place no lower than fourth. The Bison will play Gahanna Columbus Academy’s Ryan Jung and Shrikar Kundur in Saturday morning’s semifinals.

Led by district champion Maya Gaines-Smith, Beachwood qualified three individuals and two relay teams to the Division II Austintown Fitch Regional Track Meet. Gaines-Smith won the 200-meter dash and Hannah Kahn was second in the 100 and Chinea Lowe was runner-up in the discus throw. The Bison also qualified its girls’ 4x200 and 4x400-meter relay teams.

Beachwood’s Karan Gill and Brett Dubin finished third at the Division II Canton District tournament and will compete in next weekend’s state tennis tournament. The seniors advanced to the district semifinals before losing to the squad from University School then rebounded to beat Orange in the third place match.

Local Division II teams looking to reach Columbus took a pit stop at Perry for the first of a two-day district tournament. Finalists after Thursday’s meet will race again on Saturday to qualify for regionals. Most of the first-day events were preliminaries while the 4x800 and several field events were finals. Beachwood qualified several athletes for Saturday's finals.

Beachwood’s run in the Ohio Tennis Coaches’ Association came to a rapid halt after a 4-1 loss at Hawken on Tuesday. Karan Gill and Brett Dubin won 7-5, 6-0 at first doubles to provide the Bison with their only victory in the match.

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