Tag: sports

Challengers Seek a Challenge

By: Dylan Doyle, East Staff Writer On Wednesday, February 22nd, our Tri-C women’s basketball team, the Challengers, played their final home game of the season at the Eastern Campus. They triumphed 96-45 against the Commodores from Lorain County Community College. This final home game also included a celebration of the school’s sophomores, featuring free hotdogs …

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Hall of Fame: CHRIS DENARI

By: Tracy Hudson, Metro Editor-in-Chief Professor John Kerezy’s long-time friend, Chris Denari, volunteered his personal time to meet with Tri-C students interested in journalism and/or broadcasting at the Quicken Loans Arena before broadcasting the Pacers vs. Cavs game to share his experience about his career path. The Cleveland Cavs was generous for letting the students …

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On The Right Track

By:  Isa Moore, Metro Staff Writer Following up on our last report of our home team The Tri-C Challengers when we were just starting off our season at 2-0, here’s your update on the team we hold close to home. –Nearing the end of the regular season, our home team, The Cuyahoga Community College Challengers …

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Back and Better than ever

By Kayla Julian   Coach Michael Duncan: Back and Better Than Ever! As we approach this upcoming basketball season, I had the opportunity to speak with Coach Michael Duncan regarding his thoughts on this year’s team. Last year, the season didn’t quite meet the expectations of Duncan and the team. Also, his mentality and goal …

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Second Year Soccer Star Looks to Improve After Sensational Freshman Season

By Robert Fenbers Sports Editor   Tevin Williams surprised everybody last season when he scored 21 goals as a freshman, well almost everybody. “I was a bit rusty last year,” Williams said. “Next season, I am aiming for 30-40 goals. That would be a major success for me.” His confidence is clear, but it was …

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Chemistry and Trust Guide Challengers to 36 Win Season

By Robert Fenbers   It has been a few weeks since the season ended for the Challengers and what a difference a year makes! This time last season, the Challengers were left in a complete mess, uncertain of their head coach’s future with the team. Looking to turn the page, Tri-C underwent a complete revamp …

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