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Taylor finds motivation in the ring

July 19, 2016 WARREN — Moving forward in his career after a fatal tragedy in his professional boxing debut was a process for Anthony Taylor. The 25-year-old’s world was turned upside down. more »»

Lakeview grad going the distance

July 19, 2016 More than 30 years ago, Glenn McCaslin wouldn’t believe it if you told him. more »»

No monkeying around

July 18, 2016 ALLIANCE — Haylee Harford has a worn-out sock monkey hanging from one of the drivers sticking out of her personalized white and purple Furman University golf bag. It’s old and missing its hat. more »»

Taylor tries to move on from tragedy

July 18, 2016 WARREN — Heartbreak certainly wasn’t the feeling Anthony Taylor was expecting after his first professional victory. more »»

Lifelong dream begins with nightmare

July 17, 2016 WARREN — There haven’t been too many times Anthony Taylor wanted one of his boxing opponents to get up, but this was certainly one of them. more »»

Local racer gets chance to run at Norwalk

July 17, 2016 Andrew Franko, a 15-year-old drag racer from Bazetta, has been racing for three years and countin. more »»

Local baseball team wins state title, heads to regional event in Kentucky

July 17, 2016 WARREN — For the second straight season, a Warren Athletic Club 11U all-star baseball team has won a Cal Ripken Baseball state tournament. more »»

Back-to-back champion

July 15, 2016 ALLIANCE — Haylee Harford didn’t flinch. Her caddie, Dan Goodman, took notice. more »»

$10,000 first prize no trivial matter for contest winners

July 15, 2016 POLAND — It was a rather interesting day for Nick Harper, but it ended with a big smile. more »»

Ohio Am repeat near for Harford

July 14, 2016 ALLIANCE — Haylee Harford is back in a familiar spot against a familiar foe in the Women’s Ohio State Amateur Championship. more »»

Schlegel invents new life after football

July 13, 2016 Anthony Schlegel certainly wasn’t the first player to exit the NFL not knowing what he was going to do next, but he did become the first to invent a certain product — thanks to football. more »»

LaBrae grad Harford moves on after first round of WOSA

July 13, 2016 Haylee Harford started her march toward a second straight Women’s Ohio State Amateur Championship title on Tuesday. more »»

Former teammates proud of Tayala’s success

July 11, 2016 McDONALD — Matthias Tayala is McDonald’s favorite son. more »»

Forging ahead

July 10, 2016 Matthias Tayala faced a tough decision last week, after he made a trip to the local WalMart in Eugene, Oregon, for some gear. more »»

Tayala staying aware, away from of PEDs

July 10, 2016 If you see Matthias Tayala taking his time reading labels, please don’t bother him. One of the nation’s best hammer throwers just wants to take extra precautions. more »»

Two of his favorite things

July 9, 2016 Former Ohio State standout Kirk Barton has a chance to do two things he enjoys more than most in a little less than a week. more »»

Covelli Centre show highlights local fighters

July 8, 2016 YOUNGSTOWN — Well-known trainer and manager Jack Loew is doing his best to bring prime-time professional boxing back to the Mahoning Valley. His pupils are too. more »»

Saturday meet exposes kids to benefits of hard work

July 8, 2016 WARREN — Aisha Jackson wants to make a difference. She was part of a four-person senior group that was the most successful in Warren G. Harding girls track and field histor. more »»

July offers plenty of great local racing

July 8, 2016 July is one of my favorite months for local auto racing because the month is so full of special shows. The list begins with Sharon Speedway on Saturday with the Lou Blaney Memorial. more »»

It’s not yet hammer time

July 7, 2016 EUGENE, Oregon — Although most track and field athletes reach their prime in their 20s, hammer throwers are known to peak in their 30s. more »»

 
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