PTC:Cross Country 

A big congratulations to the boys and girls cross country team who both placed third overall at PTC’s last Saturday. On the girls team, junior Amanda Stayer received first team honors placing seventh with an outstanding time of twenty minutes and thirty-nine seconds. Also on the girls team, freshman Eliana Smith got second team honors placing fourteenth with a time of twenty-one minutes and six … Continue reading PTC:Cross Country 

Field Boys and Girls Soccer Playoff Brackets

Ohio High School Athletic Association have released the boys and girls soccer playoff brackets recently. Boys soccer, ranked number eight, will play Springfield, ranked number nine, on October 17th at 7:00 P.M. at Field. During the season, the Falcons beat the Spartans 7-4. If the Falcons win, they would go on to play the Marlington Dukes, who are ranked number one, away on October 21st … Continue reading Field Boys and Girls Soccer Playoff Brackets

Field Football

The falcons lost to Woodridge this past Friday, the final score was 56-6.  That game brings Field’s record to 0-7, they’re looking for their first win this Friday against Springfield.  Springfield holds a record of 4-3 this season, winning their last game against Cloverleaf, the final score was 29-14.  Even though Springfield has a better record, and they are coming off a win, there is … Continue reading Field Football

NFL Players Protest By Not Standing For National Anthem

Protests have swept the NFL, as NFL players and administration have knelt for the national anthem in protest of President Donald Trump’s comments. Kneeling for the national anthem is not a new subject. Collin Kaepernick, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, knelt for the national anthem just over a year ago in a pre-season game against the New York Giants. He was kneeling for police brutality … Continue reading NFL Players Protest By Not Standing For National Anthem

Beating the Heat

On Tuesday, Field High School’s boys and girls cross country team raced strong and hard at Woodridge in the scorching ninety degree weather, but not even the brutal weather could stop the runners from crossing the finish line with some great times. The schools who raced on Tuesday were Woodridge, Rootstown, Crestwood,and Field. Both our girls and boys team finished in second place to Woodridge … Continue reading Beating the Heat