Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Four Twinsburg Tigers will play in the FBC Thanks4giving Summit County All Star Game on Thursday.
Several Twinsburg Tiger football players will suit up one last time this season. Four players were recently selected to play in the Third-Annual FBC Thanks4giving Summit County All Star Game on Thursday at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School. Kickoff is at 10:30 a.m. at Green Street Stadium. Scott Tegowski (linebacker), Ben Bisesi (safety), Cooper Rea (wide receiever) and Bob Liu (center) will play for the East squad, coached by Stow-Munroe Falls' Head Coach Mark Nori. This season Rea led the Tigers in receptions with 42 for 455 yards and one touchdown. He also returned 19 punts for 186 yards and one touchdown. Tegowski finished the season with 14 solo tackles, 49 assists, seven tackles for loss, one sack and one interception. Bisesi recorded…
Friday, October 26, 2012
Go inside the huddle as Jalen Washington gets his squad pumped up. Twinsburg plays Mentor Friday at 7 p.m.
Watch Twinsburg quarterback Jalen Washington get his team fired up before last week's game. Make sure you get excited too, as the Tigers take on Mentor Friday at 7 p.m. for the Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division title.
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Last season the Tigers knocked off the No. 1 Cardinals but narrowly missed the playoffs.
For the second year in a row, it all comes down to Mentor for the Twinsburg Tigers. The Tigers faced their toughest challenge last season when they hosted the top-ranked and undefeated (9-0) Mentor Cardinals at Tiger Stadium. In order to reach the state playoffs and win the Northeast Ohio Conference's Valley Division, the Tigers had to do the unthinkable and knock off the Cardinals, who had seemed nearly unbeatable during much of the 2011 season. In a game that will likely be remembered for years at Twinsburg High School, the Tigers defeated Mentor, 38-35. The game was a thrilling shootout, as junior quarterback Jalen Washington completed 27 of 38 passes for 300 yards and three touchdowns for the Tigers. "I'm so proud of our guys and how …
Friday, October 12, 2012
Twinsburg Patch and Solon Patch editors decided to place a "friendly" wager on Friday's game. Find out what's at stake.
Both Twinsburg and Solon are anticipating Friday's big game, but so are the editors of each town's Patch. Editors Chris Mazzolini (Solon Patch) and Mitch Cooper (Twinsburg Patch) placed a wager on the game; but don't worry, there's no money at stake. Just pride. Check out the video to see just what's on the line for both editors. Don't miss an in-depth preview of Solon vs. Twinsburg. Who do you think will win? Tell us in the comments section below.
Friday, September 28, 2012
Twinsburg comes home to face the Mustangs at 7 p.m. Friday night.
Even though it was a one-game roadtrip, the Tigers (2-3) come back to celebrate Twinsburg's homecoming Friday night. They host the Strongsville Mustangs (2-3) who are coming off a 28-14 home win against Valley Forge last week. The Tigers lost a heart-breaker in three overtime periods to the Brush Arcs, 35-41, on the road. Player to watch Senior quarterback Jalen Washington has picked up the offense recently, with 101 passes for 1,345 yards and seven touchdowns. His only downfall? Washington has six interceptions on the season. Overall, he has a quarterback rating of 121.66. Make sure to check back tomorrow for photos from Friday's game and homecoming festivities. Or load your own pictures in our Pics & Clips Gallery.
Friday, September 21, 2012
After a stunning double-overtime win last week, Twinsburg hopes to win its third straight
Last week it took two overtime periods for the Twinburg Tigers to close out a win against the Stow Bulldogs, 13-7. Twinsburg (2-2) hopes to make quick work of the Brush Arcs (2-2) as they head to Brush for Friday's 7 p.m. kickoff. Last season, the Tigers dominated Brush 48-27 on homecoming, thanks to seven touchdowns by John Barton. Player to watch Barton won't be in action, but the Tigers hope to get another solid performance from Tyrone McGuinea who had 50 yards and one touchdown on 15 carries against Stow. McGuinea also had three receptions for 11 yards out of the backfield.
Monday, September 10, 2012
The pair were inducted to the Twinsburg Athletic Boosters Hall of Fame Friday night.
The Twinsburg Athletic Boosters honored two beloved figures in Twinsburg athletics Friday night. Rick Dye and Mike "T-Mike" Sherer were inducted to the Hall of Fame during halftime of Twinsburg's 44-21 win over Lancaster. "Rick and Mike have dedicated years of service to our school district, and in particular, to our athletic programs," according to the district's website.
Friday, September 7, 2012
Twinsburg hosts the Lancaster Golden Gales Friday night at 7:30 p.m.
The Twinsburg Tigers are hoping to get their first win of the season Friday night, playing host to the Lancaster Golden Gales. Twinsburg (0-2) made the long trek to Lancaster (1-1) last season, pulling out the win 35-27. After a season-opening loss to Aurora, Twinsburg dropped its second game to cross-town rival Nordonia 36-12 last week. This will be the last non-conference game of the season, as they host Stow-Munroe Falls next week. Player to watch With John Barton out, look for Mike Peelman and Tyrone McGuinea to get more carries. So far this season Peelman has averaged eight yards a carry and McGuinea has 12 yards on 14 carries.
Sunday, July 15, 2012
Take a look back at this week's headlines in Twinsburg news
It was another busy week that has come and gone with some major new developments in the news world of Twinsburg. Twinsburg Patch brings you the news recap for this week: That's just a quick recap of the big stories. Don't forget about our Announcements page, Eventscalendar, Local Voices blogs, and our newly revamped "Directory" with business listings, for more Twinsburg news and information.
Monday, July 9, 2012
Twinsburg Head Coach Joe Schiavone is back in his second season and outlined this year's team and the season ahead
After finishing 7-3 and jilted from the playoffs, the 2012 Twinsburg Tigers football team is looking to tear up the competition this season. Head Coach Joe Schiavone will return for his second season at the Tigers' leader. He broke down the team this season and made some predictions on how the Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division will play out. Twinsburg lost 15 starters from last season, eight on offense and seven on defense. This year three starters will return on offense and four will be back on defense. John Barton (running back): At 5-feet, 10-inches this senior looks to tear into opposing defenses again. Last season he amassed some amazing stats: Jalen Washington (quarterback): The senior leader looks to keep the Tigers firing …