The Comets really dig their new dugouts


<p style="text-align: right;">Courtesy photo Matt Hiser (Amherst), Comets athletic director Casey Wolf, Lawrence Freeman-Elom (Clearview), and Scott Schooley (Amherst) are awarded by the Amherst board of education.

Courtesy photo Matt Hiser (Amherst), Comets athletic director Casey Wolf, Lawrence Freeman-Elom (Clearview), and Scott Schooley (Amherst) are awarded by the Amherst board of education.


Jason Hawk | Amherst News-Times Comets softball and baseball team members gather at the Steele High School media center to help honor Lorain County JVS trades students.


Lorain County JVS masonry trades students were honored Feb. 22 by the Amherst board of education for their work over the past two years on a special project at the Steele Athletic Complex. Senior students built the girls softball dugouts last year, and this year’s senior class just completed the boys baseball dugouts.

Courtesy photo Matt Hiser (Amherst), Comets athletic director Casey Wolf, Lawrence Freeman-Elom (Clearview), and Scott Schooley (Amherst) are awarded by the Amherst board of education.

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Courtesy photo Matt Hiser (Amherst), Comets athletic director Casey Wolf, Lawrence Freeman-Elom (Clearview), and Scott Schooley (Amherst) are awarded by the Amherst board of education.

Jason Hawk | Amherst News-Times Comets softball and baseball team members gather at the Steele High School media center to help honor Lorain County JVS trades students.

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Jason Hawk | Amherst News-Times Comets softball and baseball team members gather at the Steele High School media center to help honor Lorain County JVS trades students.

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