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East hoping to finally turn things around

August 12, 2013 Rebuilding. It’s an ugly word for some, but a ray of hope for others. With that, welcome to high school football season. Take East High School. The Panthers have had one winning season since 200. more »»

Running for the love of the sport

July 8, 2013 Don't sprint. Nice, easy breaths. Have fun. Just a couple of words of advice to my eager 10-year-old son prior to his first 1-mile race in McDonald. By no means are either of us outstanding runne. more »»

Rooting for just one win

June 10, 2013 COLUMBUS Rooting is taboo in the journalism realm. Don’t cheer in the press box. Don’t have favorites. Don’t be biased. Cover things with a clear and open mind. more »»

Bristol’s Pilon has NAC for state meet

June 3, 2013 NAVARRE Olivia Pilon came off the awards stands inside Brideweser Stadium. She looked around and couldn’t fathom what she had just done. more »»

JFK’s focus needs to be on regionals

May 27, 2013 John F. Kennedy’s boys track and field team shouldn’t take Friday as a setback. The Eagles should see the moments after the Division III Springfield District track and field meet as motivatio. more »»

Expect a lot out of Trumbull at state track meet

May 20, 2013 Last year there was one Trumbull County state champion — Badger’s Jennilyn Krumpe in the Division III girls 400-meter dash. This year, things are projected to look a lot differen. more »»

Running and remembering Minnick

May 14, 2013 Kip Minnick’s passion was always on display. His artwork was well-known around the Trumbull County area. more »»

Harding back on track with young athletes

May 6, 2013 Warren G. Harding’s track and field program has gone through its share of change since Charles Penny took control of the program in 2004. more »»

Hartman, Kunkel go the distance

April 29, 2013 Wyatt Hartman remembers the first couple of times he saw Patrick Kunkel beside him, running stride-for-stride around the oval track. The two then-junior high runners couldn’t shake one another. more »»

Waiting for Horizon to take shape

April 15, 2013 Major collegiate teams have been shuffling conferences more than a friendly game of musical chair. more »»

McDonald impressing early in the season

April 8, 2013 McDonald has been one of the most versatile boys track and field teams of recent memory. more »»

Hurdlers leading class of 2013

April 6, 2013 Welcome to the year of the hurdler. This year’s track and field season has plenty of quick relays — sprint and distance — throwers, sprinters, jumpers and distance runners. more »»

Arnold shares success story at colleges

March 25, 2013 Wherever Steve Arnold goes, success follows. The Warren G. Harding High School football coach and 1982 graduate has been an institution at the school, mentoring young men over the years. more »»

Eyes wide open for LaBrae

March 18, 2013 You look at Saturday night’s pictures of 6-foot-7 LaBrae High School junior Peyton Aldridge and two-time Division III All-Ohioan, the face of the Vikings boys basketball team, against Beachwood. more »»

YSU’s women have iron-clad Horizon status

March 4, 2013 The Youngstown State women’s basketball team has to get through Valparaiso to capture the No. 2 seed for this year’s Horizon League basketball tournament. more »»

WGH swim team is improving

February 25, 2013 CANTON -- Don't feel sorry for the Warren G. Harding High School swimming team. They didn’t get anyone to this year’s state finals. more »»

Eargle, Allen ready for senior night

February 23, 2013 Damian Eargle was frustrated —?frustrated that he had to spend two games on the bench — time that could’ve been spent on the floor helping his team. “It has,” Eargle said. more »»

WGH could make run at Alliance

February 18, 2013 Warren G. Harding’s boys basketball team has been a work in progress this season. more »»

YSU barely hanging on to its edge

February 12, 2013 YSU is taking on water but is trying to bail itself out before sinking into no man’s land. more »»

Let’s be fair, WGH, others need to be in the AAC

February 11, 2013 It’S now in the hands of the principals and superintendents. The All-American Conference went to the two-tier system two years ago, going to American and National Divisions within the conference. more »»

 
 
 

 

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