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Homecoming Football Game Photo Gallery

Homecoming Football Game Photo Gallery

Anna Blum, Staff Photographer

September 17, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

NFL needs ‘innocent until proven guilty’ mindset

NFL needs ‘innocent until proven guilty’ mindset

Jared Serre, Chief Editor

May 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports

Nearing 3pm on April 27, principal Jeff Legan wished all of us Browns fans a happy “Super Bowl.” April 27 was the first night of the 2017 NFL Draft—the Super Bowl for hundreds of former college players who hope to make their dream of becoming a professional athlete a reality. One of the top...

Sophomore swimmer competes for state championship

Sophomore swimmer competes for state championship

Gianna Ferrante, Guest Writer

March 1, 2017


Filed under Sports, Student Life

Adviser's note: The following is a first-person account by Gianna Ferrante who finished ninth in the state out of 16 competitors in the 200 IM on Saturday, Feb. 25. Screaming fans, coaches whistling, and happy tears is all that’s seen and heard at states 2017. Only being there for one race...

GALLERY: Swimmer Clap Out

GALLERY: Swimmer Clap Out

February 23, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Photos by the Paw Print staff.

GALLERY: SIGNING DAY 2017

GALLERY: SIGNING DAY 2017

February 1, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Uncategorized

On Wednesday, Feb. 1, it was national signing day across American for thousands of high school seniors. At Mayfield High School, we had the privilege of having eight student-athletes sign letters of intent to play their respective sports at the next level. They are: Jason Hughes, Baldwin Wa...

Football team sanctioned by OHSAA

Football team sanctioned by OHSAA

Jared Serre, Staff Writer

January 25, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

On Jan. 19, the Mayfield High School football team was handed down sanctions in regards to alleged recruiting-related offenses. A press release issued by the Ohio High School Athletic Association states, “Mayfield High School’s head football coach violated Bylaw 4-9-4 and Bylaw 4-9-3, Recruiting, when he ...

‘Zeke’ generates spike in Salvation Army donations

‘Zeke’ generates spike in Salvation Army donations

Nasya Ellison, Guest Writer

December 21, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Sports

Salvation Army’s donations were down by 20% compared to last year until Ezekiel Elliott’s famous celebration after a touchdown. The Dallas running back has only brought good contributions to the Salvation Army after hopping into the kettle. ESPN reports the charity received $182,000 in online...

Mayfield girls soccer team season comes to a close

Mayfield girls soccer team season comes to a close

Megan Agresta, Staff Writer

November 15, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Sports

This school year the Mayfield High School varsity girls soccer team made it all the way to regional finals. For two straight years the team has made it to regionals. Varsity player Tyler Klika believes that the closeness of the team has helped them to achieve success these past two years. “I ...

Underclassmen preparing for future of varsity football

Underclassmen preparing for future of varsity football

Elizabeth Reisman, Guest Writer

October 30, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Sports

As the 2016 varsity football season comes to an end, there are high expectations for the next season. Defensive coordinator Michael Verdi believes “speed and experience” are key. He said, “There is a mix of sophomores [and] juniors.. that are very hard working kids and that they will hit hard ...

Tribe looks for first championship in 70 years

Tribe looks for first championship in 70 years

Jared Serre, Chief Editor

October 6, 2016


Filed under Beyond MHS, Local, Sports

As the calendar changed to October, many people had one thing on the mind: playoff baseball. Viewed as perhaps the top part of each season, the playoffs are where the top teams come together and compete for one title—the title of World Series champion. This year, the hometown Cleveland Indian...

Football team captain commits to Columbia

Football team captain commits to Columbia

Dillon Coffey, Guest Writer

October 2, 2016


Filed under Sports, Student Life

In late July Bailey Rotsky, senior captain of the football team, committed to Columbia University to continue his athletic career and hopefully make it to the NFL. Rotsky was hoping to make his decision on what college he will be attending next fall after the football season but when a school he ...

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