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Mooney, Ursuline baseball teams advance



Published: Thu, May 30, 2013 @ 6:42 p.m.

The Cardinal Mooney and Ursuline baseball teams are one victory from the state tournament in their respective divisions and Springfield Local could soon be joining them.

Cardinal Mooney defeated Canton South, 8-4, in a Division II regional semifinal today at The Ball Park at Hudson. Ursuline defeated LaGrange Keystone, 6-1, in a Division III regional semifinal at Massillon Washington High School.

Springfield Local has a 5-0 lead over Attica Seneca East in a Division IV regional semifinal at Copley High School.

Mooney (21-7) will meet Chardon NDCL or Akron Hoban in a regional final at 5 p.m. on Friday in Hudson. Ursuline (23-2) will meet Orrville or Wickliffe in a regional final at 5 p.m. Friday in Massillon.

The winner of the Springfield-Seneca East game will meet Cuyahoga Heights in a regional final at 5 p.m. Friday in Copley.

Check Vindy.com or check out Friday's Vindicator sports section for complete details.


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1badeepster(111 comments)posted 1 year, 3 months ago

The Ursuline and Mooney coaches were unavailable for comment immediately after their games as they wanted to take advantage of the victories to step-up their recruiting efforts, which are now probably state-wide.

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2flickchick001(6 comments)posted 1 year, 3 months ago

that's a laugh, recruiting for baseball. It probably has nothing to do with these a lot of these kids playing ball almost year round and most of them playing summer ball in the class B league where local teams won the 16u and 18u NABF World Series. Because they go to CMHS and UHS obviously they must have got full rides, cars at 16 and their parents don't have to work any more, what a joke

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3Sparky(185 comments)posted 1 year, 3 months ago

Bad must've sat the bench wherever she went to school. Couldn't crack the starting lineup. Still hating after all these years. One would think she would get over it by now.

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4badeepster(111 comments)posted 1 year, 3 months ago

Sporky, you'll see within a couple years when the recruiters have their own tournament when the public schools throw them out. In the meantime, continue to be an athletic supporter!

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5valleyred(1097 comments)posted 1 year, 3 months ago

Ursuline's baseball program (the one you purchase at games) lists the grade school of every single player on the roster. I believe all but 2 on Ursuline's roster went to local Catholic schools. One went to Liberty, another to Mathews.

Ursuline has been tough the past few years. Ever think the program itself, which has been one of the best in the region for the past few decades, just reloaded yet again?

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6valleyred(1097 comments)posted 1 year, 3 months ago

Badeepster, do you realize if the privates had their own tournament, they'd likely form their own athletic association and legalize recruitment efforts in Ohio, and the public schools and OHSAA would have ABSOLUTELY NO SAY about it. Boy that would backfire on you Catholic School haters!

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7Sparky(185 comments)posted 1 year, 3 months ago

Buttsmeller, you sound like a washed up has been that never was. Ursuline has had a strong program for many years and Mooney has come together at the right time. Just so happens they are both parochial schools. But in your pea brain there's a conspiracy. I hear there are some good women's slow pitch leagues in town....keep working hard and maybe you can make one of those teams. Your mom I'm sure will drive you back and forth.

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8FLUNKEE(12 comments)posted 1 year, 3 months ago

Cant get many college scholarships at Mathews Labrae and Mineral Ridge

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9stan_smagala(56 comments)posted 1 year, 3 months ago

The public schools have failed in three straight attempts to get a referendum passed to change the structure of OHSAA tournaments. What makes anyone think they can muster support to dramatically change the tournaments by separating the public and private schools, when they have been unwilling and unable to make far less substatntial changes? Three times in a row.

Maybe if people like the Wayne County superintendents and badouchester spent time actually coming up with something that made sense, they could get the support of their public school brethren. Unfortunately, history has shown that nobody will support whining that is not substantiated with a relevant thought process. (Special note to Mr. Geordan of the Canfield Schools. Especially if you want to pass a levy.)

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10shutyourface(246 comments)posted 1 year, 3 months ago

GO IRISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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