Mark Perez-Krywany, The Morning Journal

Mark Perez-Krywany

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Elyria, OH, United States

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Past articles by Mark:

Elyria Catholic’s Carter McCray named GLC girls basketball player of the year – Morning Journal

March 13, Morning Journal coverage area players took home the top Great Lakes Conference awards. → Read More

High school girls basketball: Mary Meng wins 2023 Lorain County Ms. Basketball

In middle school, the 5-7 Mary Meng did even know if she wanted play basketball. All it took was to grab rebounds for her brother Timothy to find a passion for the game. Years later, at the 2023 Lo… → Read More

Olmsted Falls girls basketball: Danielle Cameron breaks state tournament 3-point record

Olmsted Falls’ season may have ended in heartbreak, but the future of Bulldogs’ basketball looks promising. In Danielle Cameron’s debut in the Division I state tournament, the jun… → Read More

Midview girls basketball: Battle of pace, attrition hampered Middies in D-I state semifinal loss

DAYTON — It’s not about how one team starts, its about how it finishes. In the fourth quarter of their Division I state semifinal, Princeton had plenty left in the tank to fuel a 15-3 run, wh… → Read More

Keystone girls soccer: Close friends Grace Hagerman, Attalie Updegrove sign for collegiate soccer

Through many years, Keystone’s top two goal scorers were forwards Grace Hagerman or Attalie Updegrove. As they grew up on the pitch together, it was only natural for the two to sign their let… → Read More

Midview girls basketball: Middies get ready for state semifinal

This final four might be a first for Midview, but not for coach Brittney McNamara. As a player at Elyria Catholic, she was on the Panthers’ 2011 Division III state semifinalist team. As the M… → Read More

Olmsted Falls girls basketball: Bulldogs ready for state semifinal moment

As rewarding as it is to make it to the state semifinals, it’s been a long time coming for Olmsted Falls. The Bulldogs have finally gotten over the hump and will make their first trip to Dayt… → Read More

Avon Lake football: Ohio State pursues freshman standout Maxwell Riley

In the Matt Kostelnik coaching era at Avon Lake, offensive tackle Maxwell Riley was the first freshman to start on the varsity team. → Read More

Olmsted Falls girls basketball: What to know about Bulldogs opponent Pickerington Central

Home of the Tigers, Pickerington Central left its mark decades ago as one of the storied programs in Ohio. → Read More

Midview girls basketball: What to know about Middies’ opponent Cincinnati Princeton – Morning Journal

It’s the million-dollar question around Grafton: Who is Princeton? Located on 100 Viking Way, the public school in Cincinnati is home to one of the best girls basketball teams in Ohio. Just l… → Read More

Olmsted Falls girls basketball: Paige Kohler is as complete a point guard as they come

When Olmsted Falls coach Jordan Eaton was asked about his point guard Paige Kohler, “complete” was one of the first words he used to describe Kohler’s play. “(Kohler) is ext… → Read More

High school girls basketball: Midview, Olmsted Falls in final four is a crowning achievement

Playing in the Southwestern Conference is not easy. Olmsted Falls and Midview’s appearance in the Division I state tournament is a crowning achievement for the SWC as one of if not the toughe… → Read More

Olmsted Falls vs. Holland Springfield girls basketball: Bulldogs dominate for first regional championship

SANDUSKY — Two years ago just before COVID-19 pandemic, Olmsted Falls had a chance to win its first regional championship in Sandusky, but came up short. With another trip to Dayton on the line in … → Read More

Avon football: Braden Fitchko commits to Ohio Wesleyan

Another Avon Eagle found a home to continue his college football career. On March 2, wide receiver Braden Fitchko announced his commitment to play football for Ohio Wesleyan University. It was anno… → Read More

Olmsted Falls girls basketball: The road to Dayton goes through Holland Springfield

For the second time in three years, Olmsted Falls has reached the elite eight of the Division I state tournament. Now, they prepare to take the next step and reach the final four, which would be fo… → Read More

Midview girls basketball: Middies blowing through the competition en route to Elite 8

Midview faces off with Solon for a trip to the State Final Four on March 4. → Read More

High school girls basketball: Amherst native Saniyah Hall named Ohio Ms. Basketball finalist

Athletics runs in the Hall family. First, it was Amherst’s outside hitter and Lorain County Ms. Volleyball Award winner Nia Hall on the volleyball court. Her younger sister and Amherst native… → Read More

Olmsted Falls girls basketball: Mia Kalich’s mental toughness is a testament to her hustle – Morning Journal

Believe it or not, a 12-rebound, eight-steal game is a typical performance for Olmsted Falls’ Mia Kalich. When Kalich and the rest of the team were challenged by coach Jordan Eaton at halftim… → Read More

Olmsted Falls vs. Fremont Ross girls basketball: Second half pushes Bulldogs to elite eight

Olmsted Falls coach Jordan Eaton was not content with his team’s first half as they trailed Fremont Ross, 25-20, in a Division I Sandusky Regional semifinal. → Read More

Open Door boys basketball: Patriots’ season ends against Division IV powerhouse Richmond Heights – Morning Journal

In Alan Januzzi’s first year back with Open Door, the Patriots advanced to a Division IV Norton District semifinal. → Read More