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Area coaches remember Summitt

June 29, 2016 John Diehl hesitated at a shootout event in Berea about 15 years ago. The Howland High School girls basketball coach was there with Tigers standouts like Angela Cape and Darcy Quinlan. more »»

 
 
 
WGH grad Brown to play hoops overseas

June 29, 2016 AKRON — Anita Brown admittedly questioned whether she could one day play professionally, but her former coach at Warren G. Harding High School never doubted her. more »»

Program offers help to female golfers

June 27, 2016 The Ohio Girls Golf Foundation (OGGF) will host its annual High School Showcase event at Avon Oaks Country Club in Avon on July 25. more »»

Harding’s Johnson ready for next step

June 26, 2016 WARREN — It’s been a long road for Shakem Johnson, but his journey is just getting started. The recent Warren . more »»

McDonald’s Tayala aims for Rio berth

June 18, 2016 McDONALD — Matthias Tayala is traveling to Eugene, Oregon. It’s not a trip for pleasure. However, the 2011 McDonald High School graduate hopes it will be life-changing. Tayala will be at the U.S. more »»

Ohio Sprint Speedweek hits Sharon on Tuesday

June 18, 2016 The 34th annual edition of Ohio Sprint Speedweek is ready to roll into Sharon Speedway Tuesday. more »»

Girard’s Harden stays home at YSU

June 17, 2016 GIRARD — Kevin Hetrick knew Collin Harden’s love-hate relationship with the 300-meter hurdles. more »»

Steady Kokrak ready for U.S. Open

June 15, 2016 The last thing Jason Kokrak wants is a change of pace. The John F. Kennedy graduate heads into his first U.S. more »»

Brookfield’s Tingler restarts recruiting process after offer

June 4, 2016 LEAVITTSBURG — Hopefully the friendly people at Avalon Country Club gave Kasey Tingler a break on this day. more »»

Tennis turnaround

June 2, 2016 Jad Abdul-Aal was in Chicago for the first time. He was starting a critical internship that could land the John F. Kennedy graduate a promising job once he finishes at John Carroll University. more »»

Course work

May 29, 2016 His “work” day may sound like retirement for some, or maybe misery to others, but it’s just another day for Buster Thomas. “I typically try to wake up by 8 a.m. more »»

Bowlers Haynie, Gregory honored

May 22, 2016 Longtime Warren area bowlers Bob Haynie and Stanley Gregory were inducted Saturday into the Warren USBC Bowling Association Hall of Fame at the group’s 36th annual hall of fame and awards banquet. more »»

KO Drugs boxing finals are Wednesday

May 22, 2016 NORTH LIMA — Finals of the 29th annual K.O. Drugs High School Boxing will take place Wednesday with 21 championship bouts on the line at the Old School Marketplace in North Lima. more »»

Admission is free tonight at Sharon

May 21, 2016 Tonight Sharon Speedway is going to prove two very old sayings wrong. First, you get what you pay for, and second, that nothing in life is fre. more »»

Family affair

May 17, 2016 POLAND — It has been a while since the Stoops brothers all have been back in Youngstown together. more »»

K.O. Drugs boxing event starts Wednesday

May 17, 2016 NORTH LIMA — The 29th annual K.O. Drugs High School Boxing Tournament begins Wednesday with 20 semifinal round bouts scheduled at the Old School Marketplace, 11836 South Ave., North Lima. more »»

Tigers get a Grant

May 10, 2016 Former Howland volleyball star Nia Grant has had a whirlwind of activity in the past 15 months or so. more »»

Hubbard’s Weller Jr. claims win at Sharon

May 9, 2016 HARTFORD — Veteran driver Jim Weller Jr. of Hubbard made an impressive move on lap eight following a restart and kept favorite Rex King J. more »»

A defining career

May 8, 2016 PRINCETON, N.J. — It’s hard to believe, but there wasn’t a defining moment during Taylor Williams’ four-year career at Princeton. more »»

Gradishar leaving legacy off the field

May 2, 2016 BOARDMAN — It would’ve been tough to watch the NFL Draft back in Randy Gradishar’s day. Actually, unless a person lived in New York City, it would have been impossibl. more »»

Maplewood soccer star Kellar to the Rock

April 29, 2016 For many, the sport of soccer is a passion that runs deep. Some start playing soccer before they can barely walk or talk, and that passion fuels them throughout their formative years. more »»

 
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It's back to Manziel

December 7, 2015 CLEVELAND – With a ton of empty seats expected for Sunday’s home game against the San Francisco 49ers, it makes sense that the Browns have decided to start Johnny Manziel at quarterback. more »

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