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Amherst Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Reservations are Available

1/4/19 The 2019 Class of Amherst Athletic Hall of Fame will be inducted on Saturday, January 26th at 6:30p at Marion L. Steele High School in the Gymnasium. Reservations can be made for $30 per person. All reservation orders should to be made through Valerie Neidert, Comet Athletic Boosters & Hall of Fame Treasurer.  You

19th Annual Skeleton Run Results

October 30, 2018 The 19th Annual Skeleton Run brought out over 400 runners and walkers on Sunday, October 28th, 2018 to Amherst Steele High School.  Youth runners competed in 400 and 800 meter races and several others competed in the 5K.  The male open winner was was Sean Whelan from North Olmsted with a time

Announcement: Amherst Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2019

Friday, October 5, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: It is with Comet Pride that the Committee for the Amherst Athletic Hall of Fame announces its 3rd class of inductees.  Induction weekend for the Class of ’19 will be January 25th & 26th, 2019.  The class will be introduced at the Boys Basketball game with North Ridgeville

Comet Athletics with a Record Setting 2017-18 Year

June 7, 2018 The Marion L. Steele High School Athletic Programs had a 2017-18 to remember! A School Record 7 Teams won Southwestern Conference Championships, 13 Individuals qualified in 12 Events for their OHSAA State Championship, Cheerleading finished 2nd in their category at the OASSA State Competition, Baseball made an OHSAA Sweet 16 appearance, Girls

Twenty-Four Class of 2018 Student-Athletes to Play In College

This morning (5/10/18), Steele High School Athletic Director, Casey Wolf, recognized Twenty-Four, Class of 2018 Student-Athletes who are set to play their sport in College.  The group of 24 Student-Athletes represents 11 different sports, lead by Baseball (5 Student-Athletes), Football (4 SA’s), and Women’s Soccer, Women’s Track & Field, and Volleyball (all with 3 SA’s).