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All Teams Schedule: Week of December 5 – December 11

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Open Door Christian Schools, December 5 – December 11 MONDAY December 05, 2016 4:30 PM Girls 8th Grade Basketball @ Lake Ridge Academy SCHEDULE TUESDAY December 06, 2016 3:40 PM Girls Varsity BowlingBlack River @Strikeout Lanes SCHEDULE 3:40 PM Boys Varsity BowlingBlack River @Strikeout Lanes SCHEDULE 4:31

Open Door Christian Schools Boys Varsity Basketball beat Brooklyn High School 52-38

Friday, December 2, 2016 7:30 PM Open Door Christian Schools AWAY 52 Brooklyn High School HOME 38 Game Recap Varsity Boys Basketball opened their season with a big win against Brooklyn High School (PAC Conference) on Friday. Leading the way for the Patriots was Trey Brooks who had 17 points; following Brooks was Carter Wright

2016 Morning Journal All-Star Teams Announced!

After a great fall season here at Open Door Christian Schools, a few of our student-athletes were selected for the 2016 Morning Journal All-Star Teams in their sport. High School Football: Honor Roll- Caleb Daniel (sophomore)   High School Boys Cross Country: First Team- Denver Daniel (senior), Third Team- Jonah Eck (senior), Honor Roll- Grant

Selena Frazier, Elyria Chronicle Telegram 5 Girls Bowlers to Watch!

Selena Frazier was recently selected as “5 Girls Bowlers” to watch for the 2016-2017 Bowling season. Along with Frazier, Faith Hamilton (Midview), Amber Peterson (North Ridgeville), Kennedy Shreve (Vermilion) and Victoria Stawicki (Amherst) were selected. Selena Frazier (Open Door Christian Schools, sr) Top Stat/Performance: She bowled a 300 game her 10th grade year; 2015 Division

Boys Varsity Basketball Beats Black River in Final Exhibition Game

On Monday night, the boys basketball team hosted Black River High School for the annual OHSAA Foundation Game. The Patriots would go on to win by a final score of 77-73 and was led by sophomore Trey Brooks with 21 points. Along with Brooks, sophomore Jared Bublinec would chip in 15 while other starting sophomore