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Howland’s Moody a true student-athlete

January 14, 2015 The advantages of attending Harvard University are many. Dan Moody, a 2012 graduate of Howland High School, realizes that each time he walks across the Cambridge, Mass., campus. more »»

Down to the final frames

January 13, 2015 WARREN — Robert Harvischak trailed Adam Barta by 45 pins heading into the 12th and final round of match-play on Sunday at Crest Lanes at the 36th Warren Men’s Challenge bowling tournament. more »»

Finding his footing

January 12, 2015 Connor Gilmour had a record-breaking soccer career while at Howland High School. more »»

Herron living his playoff dream

January 11, 2015 The dream continues to play out for Dan “Boom” Herron. If all goes well, maybe the Warren G. Harding graduate will wake up one day and discover that he’s preparing to play in the Super Bowl. more »»

Groover, Benton roll their way into today’s finals

January 11, 2015 WARREN — Two past champions, Dean Groover and Mike Benton, rolled well enough on Saturday at Echo Lanes in the third and final round of qualifying to qualify for today’s finals of the 36th Warren... more »»

Tressel faced Oregon, playoff pressure

January 11, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN — If any coach — or former coach in this case — can relate to the playoff situation the Ohio State Buckeyes and Oregon Ducks are in, it’s Jim Tressel. more »»

A look back at 2014

January 11, 2015 Trumbull County racers are in the spotlight as we take a look back to highlights of the 2014 area racing pitcutre. more »»

Like father, like son

January 10, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN — Jim Tressel had every reason to ponder how great it would be to join his father, Lee, in the College Football Hall of Fame, but the thought hardly entered his mind prior to Friday. more »»

Men’s Challenge bowlers eye third qualifying round

January 6, 2015 Area bowlers will have one more chance on Saturday to make the top 12 and advance to the finals of the 36th Warren Men’s Challenge bowling tournament. more »»

Adjustments beneficial to Czerniak, Wooster

January 5, 2015 Mitchell Czerniak is used to making adjustments. The Newton Falls High School graduate wasn’t one of those players who spent every waking moment in the weight room, trying to bulk up his frame. more »»

Harding’s Brown makes her mark at U. of Akron

January 4, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN — Anita Brown uses her stealth-like qualities as second nature. more »»

Hubbard graduate Dudley ignores pain, rolls 800 series

January 4, 2015 LIMA — Samantha Dudley, 2012 Hubbard graduate, played through the pain like most athletes try to do during this, her junior bowling season, at the University of Northwestern Ohio in Lima. more »»

OSU’s Jones remains calm under pressure

January 4, 2015 NEW ORLEANS — When it comes to dealing with the moment, Cardale Jones is covered with Teflon. more »»

Bucks a year ahead of plan

January 3, 2015 NEW ORLEANS — The plan is way ahead of schedule. more »»

Book about Toles has been published

January 3, 2015 “Living on Borrowed Time: The Life and Times of Negro League Player Ted Toles Jr.,” is published and available for purchase. more »»

Sharon Speedway snow event set Jan. 10

January 3, 2015 HARTFORD — The annual Circle Track Showdown, featuring snowmobiles, ATVs and Side-by-Sides will kick off the 2015 season at Sharon Speedway on Jan. 10, weather permitting. more »»

Muzzleloader deer season this weekend

January 3, 2015 COLUMBUS — Ohio’s white-tailed deer muzzleloader hunting season opened Friday, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, and runs through Monday. more »»

How sweet it is

January 2, 2015 NEW ORLEANS — So much for the bookmakers. So much for the thought that no Big Ten team can beat the best of the SEC. more »»

Running game was huge for OSU

January 2, 2015 NEW ORLEANS — There was plenty of talk this week about the need to run the ball effectively for the Ohio State Buckeyes to remove pressure from quarterback Cardale Jone. more »»

Making adjustments

December 31, 2014 NEW ORLEANS — The 3.50 grade-point average Billy Price carries at Ohio State University says it all about his level of intelligence. more »»

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