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YSU becomes road warriors

March 3, 2014 There are two choices for this year’s Youngstown State men’s basketball team — wonder what might have been or do something to change its fortune. more »»

Tressel will do whatever he wants to do

February 26, 2014 For some strange reason there are people in this area who just can’t keep their noses out of someone else’s business. more »»

Locals making names for themselves in Daytona

February 23, 2014 Hartford native Dale Blaney was recently crowned the 2013 national champion of the All-Star Circuit of Champions. more »»

Both sides of the 'R' word

February 22, 2014 THE word recruiting has always sparked a heated debate in this area, especially when high school coaches are being accused of performing the act. The idea behind it is an irritating one. more »»

Thoughts and tidbits about the Olympics

February 19, 2014 One of the best parts about the Winter Olympics is that for the only time in a span of four years I can write about ice dancing and not be looked at a little weird. more »»

YSU’s defense needs to carry Penguins

February 17, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN Offense has powered this Youngstown State University men’s basketball team prior to its Horizon League slate. Defense must carry them the rest of the way. more »»

LaBrae proudly emulates its version of Syracuse's 2-3 zone

February 10, 2014 Chad Kiser doesn’t want to surrender his 2-3 zone defense. In fact, his LaBrae High School boys basketball team wants to embrace i. more »»

Signing Day is just as much for the parents as the athletes

February 9, 2014 This week was big for high school athletes all over the country, as National Signing Day took place on Wednesday — and for some in the Mahoning Valley, on Thursday and Friday. more »»

Tough road ahead for Shanahan

February 8, 2014 It’s normal to turn to dear, old dad for some sage advice on career move. more »»

Signing day is more than a signature

February 5, 2014 Thousands of young people throughout the country will experience one of the greatest moments of their lives today. more »»

Temperatures getting best of Browns writer

January 29, 2014 It’s a busy time at First Energy Stadium in Cleveland, despite winter weather that’s quickly making me very ma. more »»

YSU’s Perry doesn’t settle for mediocre

January 27, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN -- Kendrick Perry settles for nothing less than perfection. more »»

Gazing in to the local hoops future

January 26, 2014 Unless you catch a coach at an inopportune time, or they just lost the final game of the season, you will never get a coach in any sport to talk about next year. more »»

Johnny Football could be coming to Cleveland

January 22, 2014 So you think things are crazy these days with the ship wreck that has become the Cleveland Browns? As hard as it is to believe, it could get crazier in the coming months if a certain you know who is... more »»

Trumbull track and field stars make college decisions

January 21, 2014 Butler and Youngstown State University are the beneficiaries of some the best track and field and cross country athletes, not only in Trumbull County, but the nation. more »»

Leach brings pride to Vienna

January 20, 2014 His face said it all. The honor he felt and memories rushing back into his 76-year-old mind. more »»

Importance of dual meets is overlooked

January 18, 2014 It’s the ultimate team event in a sport that’s portrayed as individualistic. The worst kid on the team can be a hero, and he or she might not even win. more »»

A game to remember in Mecca

January 16, 2014 Most sportswriters go into the business for the love of the game or at least some kind of fondness toward sports in general. more »»

The most talked about non-candidate

January 15, 2014 For someone who apparently isn’t on the radar of the Cleveland Browns in their coaching search, Jim Tressel’s name sure surfaces a lo. more »»

YSU benefits from new NCAA officiating rules

January 13, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN -- There's been a significant change in the way NCAA basketball officials call games and Youngstown State has benefited from the change of pace. more »»



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