Lorain Girls Varsity Track

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IMPORTANT information for Spring athletes and parents

As many of you know, the amount of paperwork that athletes, and their parents, are required to complete has become overwhelming. With that in mind, I am excited to announce that the Lorain City Schools Athletic Department has partnered with FinalForms, an online forms and data management service. FinalForms allows the parents and athletes to

Where are they now? LHS grads that are currently playing a sport in college

Below is a list of the LHS grads that are currently playing a sport in college. Name College Sport Eddie Williamson John Carroll University Football Rashod Berry The Ohio State University Football Kenny Washington University of Findlay Football Carlos Chavis Ashland University Football Kenneth Washington University of Findlay Football David Larson University of Findlay Football Antonio

LCS Wall of Fame

We are in search of former Lorain City Schools’ athletes that lettered in college for our Wall of Fame.  Those chosen will have their collegiate picture enlarged, framed, and hung in the lobby at Lorain High School.  Each nominee must meet the following criteria: Graduate from Lorain City Schools Lettered at a 4-year college Graduated

Freshman Julissa Williams is the first Titan to punch her ticket to the Regional Tournament on the first day of the OHSAA District Track and Field Championships

May 16 – Amherst, Ohio – Freshman Julissa Williams finished 3rd and earned 6 points for the Lorain Titans in an extremely competitive High Jump at the District Championships in Amherst. In a meet where 11 girls jumped 4’10” or better, Julissa was able to “rise” to the occasion and clear 5’0″ on her second

Freshmen and LEL Confernce Champions Hermon and Williams show abilities beyond their years as they prepare for their first District Track meet

Freshmen Mikiya Hermon and Julissa Williams have both enjoyed phenomenal seasons that one wouldn’t normally expect from freshman; However, Mikiya and Julissa aren’t your normal freshman! While Mikiya has excelled on the track, Julissa excelled on the field and they both proved that age is nothing but a number. Mikiya Hermon, who also played JV

The Titans finally get the kind of weather that Track and Field is best suited for and respond with big time performances at the Lake Erie League Championship meet. The Girls team finishes 4 points out of 3rd place with 111 points and the boys finish 5th with 52 points.

May 9 – Bedford, OH – The Lorain Titans High Jumpers return home with bragging rights as they won the Boys and Girls High jump at the Lake Erie League Conference meet in impressive fashion. To start the meet off, Freshman Julissa Williams was one of three jumpers to clear 5’0″ but found herself in

LCS Student-Athlete of the Week – Julissa Williams

This week’s Lorain City Schools Student-Athlete of the Week is freshmen track athlete Julissa Williams.  Julissa won the High Jump and 300 hurdles and was a member of the 1st place 4 x 100 relay team at Lorain High’s Tri Meet with Maple Heights and Warresnville Heights.  Her 1st place finish in the High Jump