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From ukuleles to geniuses, this 2014 class will be missed

June 29, 2014 It’s hard to believe that another high school sports season has come to a close. more »»

The sports and times are a changin’

June 18, 2014 There are times when the changing culture around me strikes me in the face with the swiftness of a John Anthony Brooks header. more »»

Tanner Scott worked for his chance

June 15, 2014 He almost got cut. In fact, if his older brother wasn’t 6 foot 4 and more than 200 pounds, Tanner Scott might not have made the Howland High School baseball team as a freshma. more »»

Free admission at Sharon

June 14, 2014 Tonight at Sharon Speedway is “Fan Appreciation Night,” which is gives free general admisson for all fan. more »»

It’s time to give soccer a chance

June 13, 2014 Back in 2009, a famous grassroots movement came to fruition in the United States, and no, it’s not a political on. more »»

Drop or not to drop, that is the question

June 9, 2014 COLUMBUS — The empty space in a 400-, 800-, 1,600- or 3,200-meter race is quite noticeable. Other competitors see it and so do the spectators. more »»

Arm injuries becoming an epidemic

June 7, 2014 It’s been a rough year for the Joe Simon fantasy baseball team, and while that may not be a shocking development, part of the reason “NedStark’sBastard” is in eighth place is because of a serious... more »»

Warren will be represented well at state

June 6, 2014 BOTH the Warren G. Harding and John F. Kennedy teams had a change of perspective after this year's district and regional track and field meets. more »»

Hice: Not your ordinary track coach

June 2, 2014 Memorial Day this year had a different meaning for Mineral Ridge High School boys track and field coach Ron Toth. Later that day, he found out a good friend and former colleague had passed awa. more »»

Smart move by Browns to sign coach

June 1, 2014 It may turn out to be one of the best acquisitions in what was a busy offseason for the Browns. more »»

Johnny-who-cares-if-he-went-to-Vegas

May 28, 2014 It was one of those “if-I-had-a-dime-for-every-time-I-heard-something-like-that” moments when I first read of Johnny Manziel’s weekend in Las Vega. more »»

King family reigns supreme in early part of auto racing season

May 24, 2014 The King family of Bristolville — Rex Sr., Rex J. more »»

Storylines to follow during Browns’ camps

May 23, 2014 May is a month when baseball’s divisional races take form, NBA playoffs are won and horse racing takes center stage on two occasions. more »»

Manziel staying humble through first days in NFL

May 21, 2014 The national sports media is similar to many of today’s families in that dysfunction is often the norm. By design the goal should be to “report” on the athletes and the games in which they play. more »»

WGH girls first steps to state

May 19, 2014 Warren G. Harding girls are all about domination. more »»

Competitive balance notes to keep in mind

May 18, 2014 Just after 1 p.m. on Friday, May 16, athletics in the state of Ohio moving forward were to never be the same — and many are wondering if it is a good or a bad thing. more »»

Forecasting district baseball not so easy

May 17, 2014 One of the more undesirable occupations in northeast Ohio has to be meteorologist. more »»

County meet precursor for postseason

May 12, 2014 The 20th annual Trumbull County Meet at Lakeview High School had more than its fair share of storylines this past week. more »»

Don’t complain, just trust the Browns’ picks

May 11, 2014 CLEVELAND All you can do is rely on trust. more »»

Manziel brings life back to Cleveland

May 10, 2014 CLEVELAND PERHAPS now Browns fans can stop talking about the Bernie Kosar years and the Kardiac Kids. more »»

 
 

 

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