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Unselfish Schlegel powers YSU women

February 26, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN Heidi Schlegel sought out teammate Kelsea Newman during Saturday’s bus ride home from Valparaiso. more »»

 
 
 
YSU has chance to break streak

January 24, 2015 ALMOST 17 years ago I witnessed a successful high school program lose more than 20 games in a row. Welcome to Willard, Ohio. more »»

Sometimes it is what it is

January 20, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN YOU would expect some rumbling among the Youngstown State basketball fans after an 0-6 start in the Horizon League. Some are even wanting men’s coach Jerry Slocum to be fired. more »»

Buttar had much influence on many

December 30, 2014 TIM McNEIL was one of Tony Buttar’s favorite athletes. The former John F. more »»

Expect the unexpected at county XC

September 23, 2014 COMMON logic would say someone wearing a Maplewood boys and a McDonald girls cross country jersey will likely climb the famed Billy Goat Hill inside the confines of McDonald’s Woodland Park and... more »»

WGH offense in need of some balance

September 2, 2014 WARREN G. more »»

Making minor league memories

July 7, 2014 NILES THURMAN Munson Memorial Stadium in Canton was my indoctrination to minor league baseball with the Cleveland Indians Class AA affiliate Canton-Akron Indians (1989-96). more »»

WGH girls first steps to state

May 19, 2014 Warren G. Harding girls are all about domination. more »»

Zallow takes his time after injury

April 28, 2014 Chad Zallow had the hurdling world take notice after he popped off a time of 7.84 seconds in the 60-meter hurdles during the beginning of the indoor track and field season in Akron. The John F. more »»

Seek and ye shall find

April 14, 2014 Geocoaching. For those who aren’t familiar with the activity, according to geocaching.com, it’s “a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. more »»

McDonald, KSU friends motivate each other

April 7, 2014 Miles Dunlap and Matthias Tayala have a good affect on each other. The two Kent State University juniors have been good friends for some time, going back to their days at McDonald High School. more »»

McDonald thrown into limelight

March 17, 2014 McDonald High School is the mecca of throwers in northeast Ohio, or a great pipeline to Kent State University’s track and field program. more »»

YSU becomes road warriors

March 3, 2014 There are two choices for this year’s Youngstown State men’s basketball team — wonder what might have been or do something to change its fortune. more »»

LaBrae proudly emulates its version of Syracuse's 2-3 zone

February 10, 2014 Chad Kiser doesn’t want to surrender his 2-3 zone defense. In fact, his LaBrae High School boys basketball team wants to embrace i. more »»

YSU’s Perry doesn’t settle for mediocre

January 27, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN -- Kendrick Perry settles for nothing less than perfection. more »»

Trumbull track and field stars make college decisions

January 21, 2014 Butler and Youngstown State University are the beneficiaries of some the best track and field and cross country athletes, not only in Trumbull County, but the nation. more »»

Leach brings pride to Vienna

January 20, 2014 His face said it all. The honor he felt and memories rushing back into his 76-year-old mind. more »»

YSU benefits from new NCAA officiating rules

January 13, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN -- There's been a significant change in the way NCAA basketball officials call games and Youngstown State has benefited from the change of pace. more »»

Improvement needed for YSU’s defense

January 6, 2014 Youngstown State’s first two Horizon League games have been as harsh as the plummeting temperatures northeast Ohio will endure this week. more »»

Clemson finds joy of coaching

December 30, 2013 Christen Clemson’s outgoing personality is the first thing you notice about the former Maplewood High School and Penn State University standout. more »»

East grad coming back home, leading Denver East team

December 12, 2013 DWIGHT Berry’s road to Denver East High School started 1,400 miles away in his hometown of Youngstown. more »»

 
 
 

 

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