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Luke Laviolette to play NCAA Division II football
Written by Mark Griffin   
Monday, 31 March 2014 08:40

Northwood High School’s drama department put the word out three years ago: it needed someone to play the “beast” in the school’s spring musical, “Beauty and the Beast.”

The role called for some acting chops, and it would also require the actor to sing three solos. Cue offensive lineman Luke Laviolette, then a sophomore.

“I said I would do it,” Laviolette said. “I (also) did it the next two years. I just did that because it was fun. I didn’t do it for any other reason. It was good to get out of my element. I didn’t really ever talk to the kids who were in musicals. It was nice to make new friends.”

 
Six-year-old Piper Sutton ‘Eastwood’s Biggest Fan’
Written by Jeffrey D. Norwalk   
Monday, 31 March 2014 08:38

Six-year-old Piper Sutton may only be a 4', 48 lb kidnergartener at Pemberville Elementary. . .but these days she's already as big, if not a little bit bigger in Eagles athletic circles than even legendary Eastwood football coach Jerry Rutherford.

But then again, that's what Eastwood sports fans have come to expect from the youngest of a proud, super-active Sutton family that has already included five other past and present Eagle athletes, and all-around involved children. . .who's essentially already been to more Eastwood home and away football, volleyball, soccer, baseball, and softball games, and wrestling and track meets in six years than most folks go to in a lifetime. And who in fact, made it out to her very first Eagles athletic event just days after emerging from the, err, "locker room". . .all of which has earned little Piper the distinction of being dubbed by locals as "Eastwood's Biggest Fan."

 
Pendletons host throw clinic
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Monday, 31 March 2014 08:37

A track and field throw clinic will be held at Genoa High School, rain or shine, on Apr. 13 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost is $85 per athlete and $50 per coach or parent, who are encouraged to come. Includes sports throw ball for drills, breakfast, and lunch. Registration and breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m.

Woodmore’s Pendleton family will host, including new Genoa throw coach Mike Pendleton and his four daughters, who were all state champions or qualifiers in the discus or shot put.

 
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