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Niles native earns berth in cornhole national event

June 15, 2015 Gary Lewis’ passion for the game of cornhole goes beyond tossing a bean bag and getting the right position on the angled board. more »»

Honoring excellence

June 13, 2015 Senior Miles Dunlap wasn’t in the state when he was being honored by the Mid-American Conference late last month. more »»

Soccer arrives in area

June 13, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN — Ed Holmes and his partners started the Youngstown Nighthawks soccer team with a goal of continuing the soccer revolution in the greater Youngstown are. more »»

King of the track: Family owns Speedway

June 13, 2015 HARTFORD — Can anyone not named King win a DIRTcar Big-Block Modified feature this year at Sharon Speedway? Defending champion Rex King Jr. more »»

Speedway appreciates its fans on Saturday

June 12, 2015 Sharon Speedway presents its annual fan appreciation night on Saturday night. What that means is free admission. Some people say nothing in life is free, but that’s not the case at Sharon Speedway. more »»

Tayala takes second

June 11, 2015 Matthias Tayala had one thing in mind when he came into Wednesday’s finals of the NCAA Track and field Championships in Eugene, Oregon — repeat as the national champion in the hammer thro. more »»

Dunlap, KSU 4x400 have something to prove at NCAAs

June 10, 2015 To say the Kent State University 4x400-meter relay team has something to prove is an understatemen. more »»

Pair throw in their lot with Walsh

June 9, 2015 COLUMBUS — Bucyrus Palo and Dante Penza are highlighting this year’s men’s track and field and cross country recruiting class at Walsh University. more »»

K.O. Drugs tourney gets started this week

June 8, 2015 NORTH LIMA — The 28th annual K.O. Drugs High School boxing tourney will begin this Wednesday at 7 p.m. more »»

Champion youngster speeds along in skating competition

June 8, 2015 Over the Memorial Day weekend the Kolat family of Champion traveled hours across two state lines to Crystal Lake, Illinois, to help their 7-year-old son, Kyle, compete in the United States of Americ... more »»

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 »»

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