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Champion graduate Gradishar honored

March 29, 2015 COLUMBUS — Six former Ohio high school greats, including Champion’s Randy Gradishar, were inducted into the OHSAA Circle of Champions this weekend. more »»

Buckeye fans basking in national title glow

March 29, 2015 NILES — The Ohio State football team was king of the mountain after an improbable run to claim the first College Football Playoff national championship. more »»

Kokrak in hunt at Texas

March 29, 2015 SAN ANTONIO — Don’t bother asking Jason Kokrak where he’s at on the leaderboard coming into today’s final round at the Texas Open. He probably doesn’t have a clue. more »»

Kokrak taking aim

March 25, 2015 Jason Kokrak normally doesn’t like to play a string of consecutive tournaments. However, the John F. Kennedy graduate is hoping the next two weeks are going to be well worth it. more »»

Kokrak ties for sixth

March 23, 2015 ORLANDO, Fla. — Jason Kokrak couldn’t replicate Saturday’s magic he had on the greens. The John F. more »»

Putting keeps Kokrak close to lead

March 22, 2015 ORLANDO, Fla. — Jason Kokrak’s tee shot off of No. 16 at Bay Hill wasn’t where the John F. Kennedy High School graduate imagined. more »»

All of the Aldridges are ready for ‘Madness’

March 20, 2015 Lisa Aldridge still can’t believe it, even as she’s leaving LaBrae High School following another day of teaching. more »»

Mount Union, Rio Grande lose in tournament

March 15, 2015 ROCK ISLAND, Ill. — Mount Union came to the Sweet 16 on Friday and its NCAA Division III tournament road ended there as Augustana College beat the Purple Raiders on Friday, 82-6. more »»

Mount’s success built on locals

March 13, 2015 Tonight, the Mount Union University Purple Raiders travels to Rock Island, Illinois, to face the Augustana Vikings in an NCAA Division III men’s basketball Sweet 16 matchup, which starts at 8:30 p.. more »»

Progress makes perfect

March 12, 2015 Cody Dillon was an offensive threat during his four years at Newton Falls. Now, he’s so much mor. more »»

Coach’s book about principles for life

March 8, 2015 NILES — Dru Joyce II was admittedly concerned as he walked into the Lion and the Lamb bookstore Saturday morning at the Eastwood Mall. more »»

Mathews grad unveils side of Hogan

March 8, 2015 First impressions may very well be lasting. Unfortunately, they may be inaccurate, which is the case of a noted public figure like Hall of Fame golfer Ben Hogan. more »»

Bonar leading Rio Grande’s resurgence

March 6, 2015 David Smalley didn’t even recruit Sarah Bonar. You could say the Badger High School graduate fell upon his doorstep. more »»

Cafaro’s donation puts Howland Stadium Foundation closer to its goal

March 6, 2015 NILES — A donation of “green” may lead to more green — in more ways than one — being seen on the field at Howland High School’s Richard A. Lombardo Field. more »»

Wrecking records for a reason

March 1, 2015 Adam Barta, 35, of Girard, set a goal in honor of his father and decided that he wanted to achieve that goal more than anythin. more »»

Productive career

February 22, 2015 All that P.J. Notar asked for was for Doug Robertson Jr. to return one of his phone calls. Notar, the former girls basketball coach at Warren G. more »»

Local man earns martial arts honor

February 18, 2015 Grandmaster Dennis Warren, a longtime martial arts instructor in Warren and elsewhere, was honored recently with his induction into the Action Martial Arts Magazine Hall of Honors. more »»

Ultimate team player

February 15, 2015 The determination of a good to great to superior basketball player normally lies within the statistics. more »»

Speedway adds 2 to HOF, honors champs from 2014

February 13, 2015 Sharon Speedway brought down the final curtain on the 2014 racing season on Saturday at the Yankee Lake Ballroom in Brookfiel. more »»

Brogdon back on the basketball floor

February 3, 2015 Sheldon Brogdon is grateful for second chances. The 6-foot, 170-pound Edinboro University guard won’t forget that this is an opportunity of a lifetime — a chance to rectify his ill-fated past. more »»

 
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