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Boys Basketball OHSAA Sectional Tournament Info

The Woodridge Boys basketball team will begin their OHSAA Tournament on Tuesday, February 25th.  Game info below: #7 Woodridge vs.  #10 Aurora High School (Sectional Semifinal) Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2020 Location: Woodridge High School (4440 Quick Road, Peninsula, OH) Time: 7:00pm tip-off Admission: $7 for Adults/senior Citizens. $5 for Students No Passes accepted at OHSAA tournament games Bracket: Click

2020 PTC Middle School Basketball Tournament Info

The Woodridge MS boys basketball teams will finish up their PTC tournaments this weekend.  Below is information related to the events: Admission: $3 Adults    $2 Students/Seniors Middle School Boys Basketball 8th Grade won and have advanced to play Streetsboro in the PTC championship on 2/15 at 6pm at Ravenna High School. 7th Grade won and have advanced to play Streetsboro on

Girls Basketball OHSAA Sectional Tournament Info

The Woodridge Girls basketball team will begin their OHSAA Tournament on Saturday, February 15th.  Game info below: #10 Woodridge vs.  #7 Revere High School (Sectional Semifinal) Date: Saturday, February 15, 2020 Location: Revere High School (3420 EVERETT RD, RICHFIELD,44286-9711) Time: 1:00pm tip-off Admission: $7 for Adults/senior Citizens. $5 for Students No Passes accepted at OHSAA tournament games Bracket: Click Here

If Sports Aren’t FUN, What’s The Point?

  If sports aren’t FUN, what’s the point? A continued WHS athletic department effort is to provide information about – and insight into – our department’s expectations, philosophies, and approach to education based athletics. Today, we want to address what is, unfortunately, turning out to be a growing issue in athletics: Fun in sports.  The

The Parent’s Role In Education Based Athletics

As we continue our discussion on important factors in education-based athletics, today’s focus is on our parents. The parents of our student-athletes are critical to the day-to-day operations of an athletic department. The reality of the high school and middle school athletic environment is that parents are heavily involved – as they should be. It

Get Your 2019-20 Sports Pass TODAY

Attention Bulldog Sports Fans!  Get your Woodridge Athletics “All-Sports” pass for the 2019-2020 school year today!  Follow the below information and get access to every home game hosted at Woodridge High School or Middle School! Contact the Woodridge HS Athletic Department at 330-929-319 or Ann Marie Rausch at arausch@woodridge.k12.oh.us or visit this link: https://woodridgeathletics.com/sports-pass-registration/ to purchase

Approaching Athletics with a Growth Mindset

Approaching Athletics with a Growth Mindset Sometimes when we see athletes, coaches, or even teams excel, we think they must possess some type of supernatural power that we ourselves do not possess – we think that, surely, the truly dominant figures in any environment must be different than us normal people.  If not the supernatural,

What Success Really Looks Like In Education-Based Athletics

It is our hope that this message will help better define what success really looks like within the Woodridge Athletic Department. However, before we define success, we must first realize that we are an education-based athletic department.  Remember that the education-based approach to athletics revolves around the idea that the coaches and leaders of our after-school athletic programs

Goals vs. Purpose

Hello All!  This is the first installment of the WHS athletic department’s discussion about Education-Based Athletics. While there are many issues, phrases, and words that make up the content of that title, we’d like to start with the following: Goals vs Purpose: How can they be so different? Sometimes these two words will run together

Student Athlete of the Week- Abby Bergdorf

In an effort to showcase the tremendous student athletes we have in our Woodridge community, we have continued our “Student Athlete of the Week” program which highlights one outstanding student athlete from each of our High School Varsity programs throughout the school year.  The program is made possible through a partnership with Poiema Photo. This week’s Student Athlete

Middle School PTC Wrestling Tournament Info

The Middle School Wrestling team heads to James A. Garfield on February 15th to compete in the 2020 PTC Middle School Wrestling Tournament.  Below is important info related to the event.  Good luck guys! When:  Saturday, February 15th 2020. Where: James A. Garfield High School Time: Saturday: 9:00 A.M. on three mats Saturday (Finals): 60 minutes after the conclusion