Elyria Boys Track Captures NOC Lake Division Championship

The Elyria Boys Track Team defeated Normandy 79-49 at Ely Stadium to capture the Northeast Ohio Conference Lake Division Championship by going 5-0 in dual meets. 

Shot Robinson E 43′ 4 Mangus E 37′ 1/2 Kaiser N 33′ 10
Discus Kaiser N 104′ Truta N 96-7 Strahink N 96-2
LJ Robinson E 19-1 Jones N 18-11 Jameson N 17-9
HJ Jones N 6-0 Ingram E 5-10 Jameson N 5-3
3200R Elyria (Ferancy, Bryner, Berry, Lewis) 8:42
110H Kiss-Benke N 15.9 Catta N 16.5 Little E 18.6
100 Tucker E 10.8 Schsterbak E 11.0 Olivias N 11.3
800R Elyria (Tucker, Schsterbak, Houghland, Robinson) 1:34.0
1600 Hawks E 4:48 Harroch N 5:01 Bryner E 5:04
4*100R Elyria (Schsterbak, Tucker, Church, Robinson) 44.5
400 Olivas N 53.2 Lewis E 56.0 Berry E 56.7
300H Kiss-Benke N 43.7 Catta N 44.3 Sokol N 44.3
800 Hawks E 2:09 Ferancy E 2:12 Harroch N 2:18
200 Tucker E 22.7 Schsterbak E 22.9 Olivas N 23.7
3200 Chizmar 10:41 E Bartlebaugh E 11:12 Chmura N 11:33.2
1600R Elyria (Berry, Ferancy, Lewis, Hawks) 3:43.0

And the Winner Is….

After a long a terrible winter, summer has finally arrived with its dazzling heat and promise of good times.

Activities, events, movies and fun are on the horizon. And one of those events is an annual event that once again returns to Blossom. That event is Warped Tour 2014.

Warped Tour is not just a concert is a celebration of music. It features groups, bands and acts that are sweep the world with their talents and captivating music. A variety of genres will playing their hits serenading the hot summer day. From to punk to pop rock to techno to metal, Warped Tour as it all. Bands such as Motionless in White, The Word Alive, Breathe Carolina, Yellowcard, and many more will be there.

The past couple of weeks, the Elyria High School newspaper, the Herald, has conducted a raffle for two tickets to this event. In the end, it was Tiana Lucas, Elyria High student, who was the winner of such a great prize and has the opportunity to go.

The Heralds gives a warm thanks to those who participated and contributed to fund the newspaper and hopes that you keep helping them reach their goal.

Tribe In Trouble

It is May so it is that time a year when baseball starts to get rolling.

After the month of April the Cleveland Indians had a record of 11-17. Their current record is 13-19.

The Indians had a major slump which started when the tribe went to California for a six game road trip playing the San Francisco Giants and the LA Angels. They lost all six games.After the trip the Indians came home and won 12-5 against the Chicago White Sox.

Pitcher John Axford has had two blown saves one on Sunday where he allowed a three run shot to give the Sox a 4-3 lead which would give Chicago the win and last night when he gave up a solo shot in the tenth against the Minnesota twins.

Beauty and the Beast


Come out this weekend to see the Drama Department perform Beauty and the Beast.

The shows are Friday night at 7:00 pm, Saturday night at 7:00 pm, and Sunday afternoon at 2:00 pm.

Tickets cost $10 for adults, and $8 for students and senior citizens.

You will regret it if you miss this musical.

Band Chipotle Night!

We know you love Chipotle! Now come and get some and help out a cause.

This Friday, April 25, Chipotle will be hosting a fundraiser night from 3-7 pm. Chipotle will donate 50% of all sales during that time to the Elyria High School Pioneer Marching Band.

The band has the upcoming Cleveland International Tattoo Festival and Indians Game to attend, also, a big, secret trip next year, and funds will be needed.

Just mention the band when purchasing your food and the band will relieve.

Only eligible at the Chipotle located at 1615 West River Road North across from Midway Mall.

Come out and support our talented musicians!