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Junior Hannah Heverling lands into the sand after a long jump attempt April 30, 2014.

Junior Hannah Heverling lands into the sand after a long jump attempt April 30, 2014.

Will McKnight

Will McKnight

Junior Hannah Heverling lands into the sand after a long jump attempt April 30, 2014.

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Women’s lacrosse led the Raider spring sports campaign with a 13-3 record. The Raiders fell to Jackson High School in the first round of the playoffs. However, the men’s lacrosse team finished their regular season with a 4-10 record. Shaker will play Hoover in the third round of the playoffs May 24.

The men’s baseball squad fell to Mayfield in round one of playoffs and finished the season with a 12-10 record. The Raiders ended their season as Northeast Ohio Champions with the best record in their region.

The men’s track team currently has a 1-4 record, while the women’s team has a 2-3 record. Members of both teams will compete in a meet against Nordonia May 23, and track athletes are competing in the district tournament round this week.

The men’s rugby team did well, finishing their campaign with a 4-2 record and third place in their division. The Raiders were defeated by Mayfield in the first round of the playoffs. The women’s rugby team ended their scrimmage season with a 0-6 record. Due to not having enough players, the women’s team was unable to compete in the regular season or the playoffs.

The men’s tennis team finished well, with a 9-7 record. The Raiders were defeated in the round of 32 to Copley.

Photos By Will McKnight

 

Will McKnight

Junior Ellen Pease jumps while cradling the ball April 24, 2014. The Raiders defeated Mentor 20-4.

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  1. Curtis Martin on May 23rd, 2014 11:37 am

    The part where you say the men’s track team lost in the first round is inaccurate. There is no playoffs in Track and Field. There are still several Track and Field members that are participating in the district meet and many have a chance to make it to Regionals and States.

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    Curtin Martis Reply:

    Nevermind, thanks for editing the article.

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