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LeBron’s local links include those he played against

June 7, 2015 Ken Grisdale knew something about LeBron James’ game long before anyone in the NBA did. Don’t tick him off. more »»

Tayala set to defend NCAA hammer title

May 25, 2015 Matthias Tayala is the defending NCAA Champion in the hammer throw. His throw of 71. more »»

Howland’s O’Brien earns top OAC honor

May 24, 2015 It was never all about football for Dan O’Brien when he decided to attend Baldwin Wallace University four years ago. more »»

Howland’s Price hits game winner

May 24, 2015 OKLAHOMA CITY, Okl. more »»

Sharon hopeful for 2nd race day

May 23, 2015 HARTFORD — After two straight rainouts and three in the first four weeks, Sharon Speedway is hoping to get back on track tonight with great weather predicted. more »»

Ridge’s Smith runs to Naval Academy

May 18, 2015 All Logan Smith wants to do is give back to his community. more »»

Malone-bound golfer has head for game

May 18, 2015 CORTLAND — It doesn’t take long to realize that Ryan Rosenberger is confident in her golf skills. more »»

Local teen’s equestrian career continues with scholarship to Oklahoma State

May 17, 2015 While growing up, little children often ask their parents for a horse, usually with no luck. In Alexandra Stein’s case, she was one of the lucky ones. more »»

Locals help Kent to third in MAC

May 17, 2015 MUNCIE, Indiana — Kent State’s men’s track and field team ended the Mid-American Conference outdoor championships Saturday at Ball State in third place but claimed five more titles on the final day. more »»

Zipping right along

May 16, 2015 AUSTINTOWN — You could say Joe Harrington always had the propensity to run. Competition brings out the best in him, even with he was a little boy in Indianapolis. more »»

Playing with passion

May 11, 2015 Not much else could have gone right for Emily Price during her freshman season at California University of Pennsylvania, but there was a time when things went all wron. more »»

Local organization to add pair to Hall of Fame

May 11, 2015 WARREN — The Warren USBC Bowling Association will induct Todd Eyer and Chuck Welch into its Hall of Fame on Saturday. more »»

Lou Blaney Memorial on July 11

May 10, 2015 HARTFORD -- Over the past six years, the Lou Blaney Memorial has become one of the regionás most prestigious events held annually at Sharon Speedway. more »»

World record holder to race in Sharon

May 9, 2015 Former monster truck driver Joe Sylvester of Canfield, the Guinness World record holder for the longest monster truck jump at 237 feet, is switching gears. more »»

Lakeview’s Nicholas thriving at Akron

May 7, 2015 AKRON — Perhaps it would be a good idea if Lakeview High School graduate Alyssa Nicholas came up with more personal goals before the start of each softball season. more »»

Phantoms restock roster in USHL draft

May 6, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown Phantoms, coming off an Anderson Cup-winning season as the best regular-season team in the USHL, added nine players in Phase I of the league’s 2015 draft Monday nigh. more »»

Rock solid

May 4, 2015 SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. — A lot of things are different in college — some things more than others. School becomes expensive. Classes are harder. Studying time increases exponentially. more »»

Girard’s Trebella vaults to YSU

May 4, 2015 POLAND — Caitlyn Trebella flew down the track 100 meters and tried to catch her breath during the April 25 Poland Invitationa. more »»

King Jr. beats dad on Sharon’s opening night

May 4, 2015 HARTFORD — Sharon Speedway opened its 86th anniversary season Saturday night and winners were Rex King Jr. more »»

First season at Mahoning Valley track a success

May 3, 2015 AUSTINTOWN — Bringing wagered horse racing to the Mahoning Valley wasn’t the big obstacl. more »»

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