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Inspirational Ohio Youth Named Fan Favorite for Inspireum Football Awards

Jan 14, 2012 •
Ryan Anderson of Kent, Ohio was named today as Fan Favorite of the third annual Inspireum Football Awards. More

Ryan Anderson of Kent, OH Named Top 12 Inspireum Football Awards Finalist

Dec 21, 2011 •
Ryan Anderson of Kent, Ohio, has been named one of 12 finalists to be announced in this Sunday's issue of PARADE. More

Rudy Award Top 50 Semifinalist: Ryan Anderson

Nov 4, 2011 •
Following a college combine workout in April, Ryan complained of having a sore knee. The checkup that ensued revealed the worst - Ryan was diagnosed with osteogentic sarcoma, otherwise known as bone cancer. More

Rudy Awards Nominee Spotlight: Ryan Anderson, Theodore Roosevelt HS

Oct 12, 2011 •
During the winter of 2011, Ryan Anderson was considered to be among the best football players to come out of the state of Ohio. Following a college combine workout in April, Ryan complained of having sore knee. More

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Roosevelt's SAVE Club and members honored

Apr 20, 2015 • Ravenna Record Courier
Theodore Roosevelt High School's S.A.V.E. (Students Against Violence Everywhere) Club and co-chairs LaTessa Gray and Angelique Zohou-Banks were recently honored with C.A.R.E. District Awards. The student-led club encourages positive decision-making ... More

Sports Notes

Apr 19, 2015 • Suburbanite
James Angel won the 200 and Amir Joya won the 100 as Green tallied 104 points and placed second at the Roughrider Invitational at Kent Roosevelt High School. - Senior center fielder Deanna Cole stole four bases and scored two runs to lead Springfield ... More

Revere boys lacrosse team looking to build off last year's success

Apr 2, 2015 • Akron Leader Publications
Revere (0-1) will next play April 8 at 7 p.m. at Mentor High School and then at home April 10 at 7 p.m. against Kent Roosevelt High School. “We have a bunch of league games coming up and we're looking to get a strong start after the spring break ... More

Brown, Hootman

Mar 28, 2015 • Butler Eagle (subscription)
The bride-to-be is the daughter of John and Mary Ann Brown of Twin Lakes, Ohio. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Dr. Barry and Susan Hootman of Butler. The future bride is a 2004 graduate of Kent Theodore Roosevelt High School and a 2008 ... More

Kent police officer who shot abusive ex-boyfriend has stellar work record

Mar 20, 2015 • cleveland.com
Adam Ferrise, Northeast Ohio Media Group By Adam ... She had several commendations from superiors for work she performed as a patrol officer and was highly regarded in her new position as the school resource officer at Kent Roosevelt High School. More

Arrest behind him, former Kent Roosevelt quarterback Tra'Von Chapman hopes ...

Mar 21, 2015 • Akron Beacon Journal
For the former star quarterback at Kent Roosevelt High School, there's no getting around the harsh realties of 2013 — pleading guilty to an assault charge against a former girlfriend, spending three days in the Portage County Jail, getting dismissed ... More

Kent police respond to Theodore Roosevelt High School for report of missing ...

Feb 25, 2014 • Ravenna Record Courier
Kent police responded to Theodore Roosevelt High School Tuesday afternoon after a parent called to report a missing child. School was dismissed five minutes early to assist police in the search, according to school officials. While the specific nature ... More

Ohio High School Ice Hockey Coaches Association releases all-star game ...

Mar 10, 2015 • USA TODAY High School Sports
Forwards: St. Ignatius' Matty Geither, Westlake's Nate Greenberg, Rocky River's Cam Heider, Westlake's Chris Hummer, Brecksville's Jake Kivett, Rocky River's Jack Mallet, Lake Catholic's Alex Piazza, Kent Roosevelt's Gabe Smith, Walsh Jesuit's Kevin ... More

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