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Harding graduate Hardin develops while at Walsh

February 12, 2016 WARREN — Plenty of growth can come from college. A student’s knowledge broadens. Their independence expands (and sometimes so do their stomachs). more »»

Stark contrast

February 9, 2016 Hearing that Cleveland State University was going to stop funding its wrestling program had a strange effect on Gabe Stark. First came the obvious feelings. more »»

Sharon Speedway announces special race events

February 6, 2016 HARTFORD — Sharon Speedway recently announced its plans to open the racing season on April 22, a Late Model doubleheader with the first appearance by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and the... more »»

Howland grad Perez has high hopes

January 31, 2016 PITTSBURGH — Seyla Perez and Pittsburgh women’s soccer coach Greg Miller want nothing more than to have Perez, a Howland High School graduate, back later this year to build on the best season in Pit... more »»

Tayala throws himself into work

January 29, 2016 Jeff Rasile looks at Matthias Tayala working out at McDonald High School and vividly remembers the days the former Blue Devil athlete was an all-state football and basketball player and a Division... more »»

Gilmour looks at playing as a pro

January 17, 2016 Connor Gilmour hasn’t started his senior season at Cedarville University, but he can’t help but think about what might happen when it’s over. more »»

Club schedules ‘Spring Thaw’

January 17, 2016 The Trumbull County Rod & Gun Club will hold its annual “Spring Thaw” fund-raising banquet at Tiffany’s Banquet Center located in Brookfield. Doors open at 4 p.m. with dinner served at 6:30. more »»

Girard grad Jay had success at Wittenberg

January 15, 2016 Wittenberg University volleyball coach Paco Labrador is one of the most successful coaches in NCAA history, winning nearly 90 percent of his matches during a 13-year career that includes the school’... more »»

Haynie wins first Warren’s Men’s Challenge Tournament

January 12, 2016 WARREN — Bob Haynie doesn’t let the pressure get to him that much during any match. more »»

WGH grad Jackson making mark in Missouri

January 11, 2016 Shondell Jackson barely acknowledged it. The setback was an obstacle so minor, it didn’t even deserve mentio. more »»

Finals field set for Bowling Challenge

January 10, 2016 Mark Lias and two others had big days on Saturday at Echo Lanes as they recorded six-game pinfalls of more than 1,400 during the third and final round of qualifying for the 37th annual Warren Men’s... more »»

Barta holding lead heading into final round of Warren Men’s Challenge

January 9, 2016 Three-time champion Adam Barta holds the lead as the third and final round of qualifying is held today for the 37th annual Warren Men’s Challenge bowling tournament. more »»

Barta grabs Challenge lead after second round

January 4, 2016 Three-time champion Adam Barta grabbed the lead Sunday in the second of three rounds of qualifying for the 37th annual Warren Men’s Challenge bowling tournament. more »»

38 years of covering sports was a pleasure

January 3, 2016 The unsettling thing about retirement isn’t the fear of not being able to tie a hammock to the large, shady oak tree nestled next to the babbling brook. more »»

Sports writer McLain retires after 38 years

January 3, 2016 WARREN — Like most fans of the Cleveland Browns, Mike McLain becomes quite angry when his favorite team doesn’t do wel. more »»

Thompson grabs Challenge lead

January 3, 2016 Rich Thompson rolled a six-game score of 1486 to take the lead after the first round of the 37th annual Warren Men’s Bowling Challenge. more »»

Boardman grad leading upstart Mount Union

December 26, 2015 Wrestling never gets old for Nick Mancini, and a sport so grueling probably should. He started as an infant and hasn’t taken any time off since. more »»

Brookfield’s Quinlan stars for Geneva

December 21, 2015 Looks are deceiving for Brookfield native Jimmy Quinlan, but the Geneva College junior linebacker uses it to his advantage. Quinlan stands 6-foot-3 and weighs 230 pounds. more »»

WGH grad Brown Zips through senior season

December 21, 2015 Anita Brown was always offensively talented. She’s the only player from Warren G. Harding High School with 1,000 career points and rebounds. more »»

JFK grad made Cuba visit with Penn State

December 20, 2015 Diplomatic ties between the United States and Cuba had been fractured for almost 45 years when the Penn State University baseball team boarded a flight in Miami for a flight to the island natio. more »»

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