AVON SWIMMING & DIVING

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Please Support the Annual SOUPer Bowl Food Drive!!!

The annual SOUPer Bowl Food Drive to benefit Community Resource Services (CRS) will take place Friday, Aug 30, at 7 p.m. at the Joe Firment Chevrolet Stadium, 3075 Stoney Ridge Road, in Avon during the Avon vs. Avon Lake football game. This annual food drive is a friendly competition between the Avon and Avon Lake communities.  The communities are currently collecting food (non-perishable items only) and monetary donations for the CRS food pantry, which supports families in need in both communities. Each dollar contributed will be counted as five pounds of food. Food trucks for each community will be stationed at the football …
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AN AVON SWEEP: JULES FROMBACH, JACK ROESCH NAMED LCAAA ATHLETES OF YEAR

James Brady | The Chronicle-Telegram Published on May 29, 2019 AVON — Dedication, devotion, sacrifice and loyalty. All of the impressive words describe Avon’s Jules Frombach and Jack Roesch, who were chosen as the Lorain County Athletic Administrators Association Athletes of the Year on Tuesday night at the Avon Brewing Company. Becoming a stellar high school athlete is tough enough, and it takes devotion to academics and a loyalty to the sports teams to perform at such a high level in both arenas. The awards recognize the dual pursuits. Frombach has been the face of girls sports at Avon for the last …
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NATIONAL SIGNING DAY: SIX AVON ATHLETES HEADING TO DIVISION I, 13 TOTAL SIGN

By Fuad Shalhout fshalhout@morningjournal.com @shalhoutf on Twitter Thirteen student-athletes participated on Signing Day at Avon High School on Nov. 14, signing on the dotted lines to make their college choices official. To continue reading article from the Morning Journal, click HERE …
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ImPact Concussion Testing Information

Instruction for taking the ImPact Test at Home You must use a computer with a mouse. Pop-up blockers must be turned off in order for the site to function properly. If you are connecting to the internet via wi-fi it must be a consistent connection.  Any interruption in connection will cause a fail. Take the test in a quiet, calm environment Paste or type the exact link in your browser: https://www.impacttestonline.com/htmllauncher/ Click on button “Launch Baseline Test” Enter customer ID code: HFNXMNPCXF This should take you to the test. You are taking the test “unsupervised” and should identify yourself as “Avon …
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H.S. SWIMMING: AMHERST BOYS DOMINATE, NEARLY SWEEP SWC MEET; AVON, AVON LAKE GIRLS SHARE LEAGUE TITLE

Paul Heyse | The Chronicle-Telegram Published on Jan. 28, 2018 LAKEWOOD — Neither long, hard training hours, exhaustion nor illness could thwart the destiny of the Amherst boys, Avon Lake girls or Avon girls at the 37th annual Southwestern Conference swimming and diving championships Saturday at Lakewood High School. The Amherst boys amassed a conference-record 462 points and equaled another conference record by winning 10 of 11 swimming events en route to their third straight title and sixth in eight years. Westlake (218.5) was a distant second. Avon Lake and Avon shared top honors on the girls side. The Shoregals held off …
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Championship Week for the Avon Eagles

Monday Girls Soccer hosts Magnificat at 7:00 p.m. in the District Semi Finals at Joe Firment Stadium Tuesday Volleyball plays Amherst in the District Semi Finals at 6:00 p.m. at Midview High School Wednesday Boys Soccer travels to Lee Burneson Middle school to play Westlake in the District Semi Finals at 7:00 p.m. Friday The football team travels to Berea Midpark to win the outright SWC Championship.  Kickoff at 7:00 p.m. Saturday Boys and Girls Cross Country teams travel to Boardman High School to race at a chance to go to State! …
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HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SWIMMING: 2016-17 MORNING JOURNAL ALL-STAR TEAMS

 By Jon Behm, The Morning Journal POSTED: 03/22/17, 6:26 PM EDT | UPDATED: 8 HRS AGO Boys Swimmer of the Year BEN BROOKS Avon, senior There’s nobody quite like Brooks, and that is because his personality outside of the pool matches his skill in it: over the top. It’s that skill that has earned Brooks his second Swimmer of the Year award, after taking The Morning Journal’s top honor last year. The scary part is that last year’s Brooks is not even in the same league as this year’s. Brooks found himself on the state podium twice this year, boasting …
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HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING: AVON’S BROOKS TAKES A SECOND, THIRD AT STATE MEET

By Jon Behm, The Morning Journal POSTED: 02/25/17, 9:45 PM EST | Avon senior Ben Brooks looks to the Avon cheering section as he stands on the podium following his second-place finish in the 100 breaststroke at the D-I State swim meet at C.T. Branin Natatorium in Canton on Feb. 25. Brooks posted a time of 56.28.Jon Behm — The Morning Journal CANTON >> There should be no questioning Avon senior Ben Brooks’ effort. He left it all in the pool. The result? A second-place finish in the 100 breaststroke and a third-place finish in the 200 IM at the …
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HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING: AVON’S BROOKS, SHOREGALS’ WILLIAMS SHINE AT SECTIONALS

By Jon Behm, The Morning Journal POSTED: 02/11/17, 7:47 PM EST | Maybe it is a sign from the swimming gods. A year after becoming the first Lorain County swimmer to make podium at state in the 200 IM since Avon Lake’s Brad Bartel took second in 1999-2000 via his sixth-place finish, Avon senior Ben Brooks kicked off his road to Canton by breaking Bartel’s 200 IM record at the Division I Lakewood Sectional meet on Feb. 11 at Cleveland State’s Busby Natatorium. Brooks posted a time of 1:54.14, besting Bartel’s record of 1:54.42 set in 1998. It was the …
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NATIONAL SIGNING DAY: CHOICES MADE, MINDS EASED FOR AREA ATHLETES

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Todd Shapiro | The Chronicle-Telegram Published on Feb. 2, 2017 | Updated 10:49 a. m. KRISTIN BAUER | CHRONICLE With sectionals a little over a week away, the most stressful part of the swimming season is on the horizon. But two local swimmers will have one less concern the next time they jump in the pool after making their college choices official Wednesday by signing their National Letters of Intent. Avon’s Ben Brooks and Avon Lake’s Kasey O’Rourke led a list of local athletes who officially committed to continue their athletic careers at the Division I and II …
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