Rockets 70 – Cloverleaf 20

The Rockets took immediate control of the game against the Cloverleaf Colts, scoring on their first drive, Tyler Bodovetz intercepted a pass, then scoring another touchdown. A blocked punt by Andrew Douglas set up another touchdown enabling them to enter the second quarter with a 28-6 lead. They doubled that to 56 at the half. In all, they had 640 total yards of offense, putting up 70 points in all , winning 70-20.

Streetsboro 5 – Woodridge 1 Girls Soccer is now 3-0 PTC

The girls soccer teams had a good night at Woodridge last night. The JV team tied 2-2.  Kelsey Rich scored assisted by Jordan Hehmeyer.  Ali Madden scored the other goal assisted by Kelsey Rich.  Elizabeth Morisak had 5 saves in goal and Heidi Timmons had two saves as well.
The Varsity team won 5-1 and are now 3-0 in the PTC.  Emma Flick and Ella Deevers each had two goals and an assist.  Jordan Richmond also had a goal.  Allison Laudato secured the win in goal.

Streetsboro 28- Pirates 25

Going on the road to Southeast, the Streetsboro Rockets got out to a 21-0 lead to end the first quarter. The Pirates scratched and clawed their way back in the game over the next three quarters whittling the lead down 21-19. The Pirates would score another touchdown, but would ultimately run our of time. Rockets win 28-25.

Baseball and Softball Field Dedication Ceremony

On Tuesday, Sept. 10, athletic administrator, Randy Tevepaugh hosted a Field Dedication Ceremony to recognize the organizations and people that brought our baseball and softball stadium project to its culmination. Honored for their support were: BOE members, Denise Baba, Brian Violi and Andy Gibson. Also recognized were, Randy Griffith, Superintendent of Maplewood Career Center, Mayor Glenn Broska, Streetsboro superintendent Michael Daulbaugh, Amercian Legion- local representative Steve Masowick and American Legion Commander for the State of Ohio, Roger Friend. Also present were head softball coach, Allie Scali and head baseball coach, Chris Scisciani.  Each person was given an inaugural “Game Ball” and threw out a “First Pitch”

Girls Soccer 5! Coventry 3!

The girls soccer team knocked off Coventry 5-3 last night to move to 2-0 in the PTC and 4-1-1 overall.  Ella Deevers had two goals, Kaylee Klein had a goal and two assists, Emma Flick had a goal and an assist, Kaylee Christine had a goal, and Natalie Rose had two assists.  Elizabeth Morisak had 6 saves in goal, and Abby Pincoe anchored the defense to secure the win.  

Rocket Football 49 – Orange 14

The Streetsboro Rockets took immediate control on the rod against the Orange. A pair of Chris Golson touchdowns, one rushing, one receiving flanked an Orange fumble and the Rockets kept up the pressure from there. The Rockets scored 42 first half points and cruised to a 49-14 victory, rushing for 397 yards as a team.

Streetsboro Girls Soccer 5, Kent Roosevelt 3

The girls soccer team defeated Kent Roosevelt 5-3 Saturday night.  Scoring for the Rockets were Emma Flick with 3 goals and Kaylee Klein with 2.  Assisting on those goals were Kenzie Mobley, Kaylee Christine, and Emma Flick.  Allison Laudato had a good game in goal making several really good saves.  The girls team is now 3-1-1 and 1-0 in the PTC.  Their next game is Tuesday at Coventry in their next PTC showdown.  

Rockets 3! Aurora 2! Way to go Girls!

The girls soccer team defeated Aurora 3-2 last night.  The Rockets got behind early, but a goal by Emma Flick, that was assisted by Ella Deevers, tied the game and another by Kaylee Christine gave the Rockets the lead at halftime.  Aurora tied the game up in the second half, but Emma Flick put in the game winner with 11 minutes to go to get the win.  The defense, lead by Erika Richards, had a great game and Heidi Timmons had 9 saves in goal to secure the win.  The Rockets are back on the pitch Saturday night versus Kent Roosevelt with JV at 5pm and Varsity at 7pm.   

Rockets beat Chagrin Falls 55 -14

The Rockets got off to a quick start against Chagrin Falls when Krys Riley Richardson scored a touchdown on the second play from scrimmage and never looked back. The Rockets pounded the Tigers on the ground to the tune of 525 rushing yards, fueling them to a 55-14 victory.