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Fairview Warriors with standout performances during the spring 2024 season

Softball student holding awardJune 7, 2024


There were many Fairview Warrior student-athletes who had a standout spring sports season.

Baseball: The Warrior baseball team lost in the sectional final against Cleveland Central Catholic on May 16 to end their season. In the sectional semifinal game, the Warriors scored 15 unanswered runs against Cuyahoga Heights to secure their sectional final matchup. Sal Rizzo (INF) and Nolan Reis (1B) were named First Team All-Conference, while Brady Weir (C) and Pat Canfield (INF) were named to the second team All-Conference. Burke Lowry and Dylan Sather received Honorable Mentions.

Softball: The Warriors Softball team had an exciting season, highlighted by great play from the seniors. Sophomore Sophia Lavelle was named to the second team All-Cuyahoga County, and seniors Emma Ginley and Sammy Reitz received Honorable Mentions. The team also featured 12 players on the All-Academic Cuyahoga County team. Congratulations!

Boys Tennis: Two Warriors double teams (Logan Melda/Graham Patton and Sean Smith/Cole Krizmanich) advanced to the second round of the Strongsville Sectional tournament, while two singles players (Caleb Dresch, Zac Dresch) made it to the third round of the sectional tournament. "So much to build off going into the summer and off-season," Coach Herman said on X.

Track and Field: The Warriors Track & Field team had 11 student-athletes qualify for the Regional Meet in Austintown in late May. Click here to read more about this year's regional qualifiers. At the OHSAA Division II State Track & Field Meet on June 1, senior Tyson Crandall finished 3rd in the 800m with a time of 1:53.72, a new Fairview High School record. Crandall earned his fourth All-Ohio recognition in Track & Field.

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