Singleton top runner
for Harmon CC teams
Matt Singleton took first place overall out of 243 runners for harmon School's boys varsity team in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park meet Oct. 1. His time was 12:04.8.
The boys varsity was third and the girls varsity was sixth. In the open race, the girls placed 12th and the boys were third.
Other varsity boys results were: Andrew Ploskunak, 22nd; Gavin Kane, 24th; Spencer Baldwin, 26th; Max Manderbach, 36th; Jimmy Mehallis, 45th; and Aidan Sandstrom, 76th.
Morgan Schmitt led the girls varsity with a four-place overall finish. Other results were: Ila Kerchenski, 35th; Victoria Blechschmid, 44th; Hayley Joslyn, 45th; Faith Carlson, 122nd; Faith Bulone, 133rd; and Lilly Bates, 136th.
Placings in the boys open race were: Anthony Dolata, 14th; Alex Zlocki, 16th; Alex Hendl, 42nd; Ryan Plisko, 44th; Nick Boehm, 49th; Sam Sutter, 53rd; and Collin Spaochetti, 57th.
Placings in the girls open race were: Emmy Fellenstein, 37th; Amelia Taylor, 70th; Emma Baker, 86th; Catherine John, 116th; Sarah Robb, 163rd; Grace Williamson, 171st; and Mia Bryant, 177th.
Harmon ends its season Oct. 8 at the Stow-Munroe Falls Invitational at Silver Springs Park in Stow.
Temperatures cool, but
distance runs continue
Our Lady of Perpetual Help will host the Paints in Love 5K event Oct. 15 at Sunny Lake Park. Fee is $25, with check-in and late registration at 8 a.m. and the run at 9.
A commemorative T-shirt and snacks will be provided. The event benefit Portage County Catholic charities.
Meanwhile, several other distance runs are coming up this weekend.
On Oct. 8 are the Monster Mutt Dash at the Cuyahoga County fairgrounds, Get Moving Brooklyn at Memorial Park in Brooklyn and Brunswick Pumpking Run at Susan G. Hambley Nature Center.
A big race coming up Oct. 9 is the 25th annual Towpath Marathon in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
For details, visit www.hermescleveland.com.
Also coming up Oct. 8 are Footprints for Fatima at John Carroll University and Ghosts and Goblins 5K in Shaker Heights. For details, visit www.hmapromotions.net.
Standings in softball; tournaments up next
The final regular season standings in the city's men's adult fall softball league are as follows:
T.L. Service Center (Carriage Windows) 15-1, Junkyard Dogs 14-2, Darko 12-4, Mantua Corners 9-7, Great Lake Valet and Landmark Property Services 8-8, Christmas Ale Club 7-9, OEM/Miller 3-13, Chesterland Barflies and Rovisys 2-14.
The tournament got under way Oct. 4 and will continue through next week.
Standings in the fall adult coed league are as follows:
Lakeside Terrace / Camelot Village 13-0, Carlton Yarnell Chipping 12-0, Holy Crap 12-2, Tri-County Power Tool 7-5, Dream Killers (Ray's) 8-6, Doogan's 7-6, T Jay's Collision Center 6-7, Cleats and Cleveage 6-8, Indians 5-9, Pipeline Inspection Services 2-11, Goonies and Some-Mitt 0-12.
The regular season ends Oct. 7, with tournament games scheduled for the next two weeks.
Indians host Red Sox
The Cleveland Indians will face the Boston Red Sox in an American League division postseason series, with the first two games on Oct. 6 and 7. Those games will be played at Progressive Field in Cleveland.
AHS grads in tourneys
Aurora High graduate Scott Schroeder paced the Baldwin Wallace men's golf team to a fifth-place finish in the Mount Union Fall Invitational at Tannenhauf Golf Club near Alliance.
Schroeder shot 71-71-145. His second-round score was the best of the season. BW totaled 616 strokes. John Carroll won the invitational with a score of 590. JC's Chris Sloe of Aurora fired 82-75-157 for 31st place.
Meanwhile at the DiCillo Invitational, Schroeder carded 147 and Sloe 157. JC and Baldwin Wallace finished one-two in the team competition.
3 local pros in tourney
Club Walden pro Mitch Camp finished fourth in the senior division at the two-day Mitchell-Haskell Tour Championship at the Country Club.
Camp shot 2-over-par 146 (73-73) to earn $300. Aurora's Gary Trivisonno placed ninth at 153 (75-78) and was out of the prize money.
Gary Robison of Brookside Golf Club won the division with 72-72-143 and pocketed $900.
In the regular division, Barrington pro Mark Sierak tied for 10th with 70-80-150 and won $375. Casey Schrader of the Pepper Pike Club won the regular division with 64-74-138 and pocketed $1,500.
Youth grid standings
Records of the four Aurora teams in this year's Western Reserve Youth Football League are: varsity -- White 5-0, Green 2-3 and Gold 1-4; JVs -- Green 4-1.
Last weekend's scores were: varsity --White 14, Chesterland Hawkeyes 0; Kenston Blue 12, Green 7; Nordonia White 13, Gold 6.; JVs -- Green 28, Chagrin White 27.
This weekend marks the final games of the regular season, with playoffs action slated to begin the following weeks for those teams which qualify.