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Ryan Kiley Commits to John Carroll University

Congratulations to Woodridge High School Senior Student Athlete Ryan Kiley!  Ryan committed to continue his academic and athletic career (Track and Field/Cross Country) at John Carroll University in the Fall of 2019.  Congratulations Ryan, best of luck in the future! In the photo: (From L to R): Charles Kiley (Father), Ryan Kiley (seated), Terry Kiley (Mother), Jeff Howard (Woodridge HS

Brayden Whited Commits to Mount Union

Congratulations to Woodridge High School Senior Student Athlete Brayden Whited!  Brayden committed to continue his academic and athletic career (Cross Country/Track and Field) at the University of Mount Union in the Fall of 2019.  Congratulations Brayden, best of luck in the future! In the first photo: (From L to R): Jack Whited (Father), Leah Norris (Assistant Coach), Brayden Whited

Jeff Howard Named USTFCCA Coach of the Year

  Woodridge High School Cross Country Coach Jeff Howard has been named the 2018 Boys Cross Country Coach of the Year for the State of Ohio by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.  This honor is based upon the performance of the Woodridge High School Boys Cross Country team throughout the

Bulldog Student Athletes & Coaches to be recognized by the Akron TD Club

The Akron Touchdown Club has a long and tradition-filled history.  They are the oldest sports organization in Summit County, beginning operations in 1941.  The Akron TD Club’s major focus has always been on the youth of the community.  At its two annual banquets, student athletes from 44 high schools in Summit and Portage Counties are recognized

Woodridge Boys Cross Country Wins 8th State Championship

On Saturday, November 10th, the Woodridge Boys Cross Country team outpaced the competition at National Trail Raceway in Hebron, Ohio and secured their 8th State Championship since 2006.  The Boys tallied a team score of 109, which was good enough to earn the Division II team title.  Additionally, the boys had two All-Ohioans (All-Ohioans are