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Stadium renovation at Lakeview about to start

May 11, 2016 CORTLAND — The final day of the Division II Lakeview District track and field meet takes place May 21. The Lakeview High School graduation is May 22. more »»

Grand Valley baseball eliminated by Berkshire

May 11, 2016 ORWELL — The formula is pretty simple, but the Berkshire baseball team proved that getting an early lead, then relying upon good pitching and defense is a pretty good way to play the game in a 10-1... more »»

Tuesday highlights

May 11, 2016 TENNIS SOLON — Warren G. Harding boys tennis saw the doubles team of Thomas Malacky and Tavish Burd advance to today’s third-round matchup with No. more »»

Big Hill to climb for Hubbard sprinter

May 10, 2016 CORTLAND — George Hill vividly remembers Dakari Carter. The Streetsboro junior has plenty of speed to burn in the Division II 100-meter dash as the defending state champion. more »»

Falls shuts down Ridge

May 10, 2016 NEWTON FALLS — In a sea of gray and orange uniforms, the Newton Falls Tigers came out victorious in a 6-1 sectional victory over the Mineral Ridge Rams. more »»

Flashes inch closer to league title

May 10, 2016 LEAVITTSBURG — The Champion softball team has a bit of business to take care of before it begins defense of its Division III state crown in a few days. more »»

WGH rebuild still ongoing

May 10, 2016 AUSTINTOWN — It’s of some comfort to Warren G. Harding Raiders softball Bruce Whetzel knowing that most of the players will return next seaso. more »»

McDonald hopes two beats one in softball tournament

May 9, 2016 During tournament season, whether it’s baseball or softball, the best way for a team to make a deep postseason run is to have great pitching. more »»

Chalker’s Karr seeks state berth

May 9, 2016 CORTLAND — Austin Karr thought at the beginning of this season it might be his tur. more »»

Teams taking tournament trail a step at a time

May 8, 2016 LIBERTY — Champion softball coach Cheryl Weaver isn’t thinking in terms of defending the Golden Flashes’ Division III state championship. more »»

Lakeview’s Teffner is top seed again

May 8, 2016 CORTLAND — The last thing Zach Teffer wants to do is lose, but he’ll never let his opponent see his displeasure. more »»

Baseball formula for tournament success no secret

May 8, 2016 The formula remains the same year after year. It’s not a secret. It’s common knowledge, but executing the plan takes talent. Succeeding in high school baseball’s postseason isn’t easy. more »»

Fitch drills Harding in tournament preview

May 8, 2016 LIBERTY TOWNSHIP — The matchup between the Warren G. more »»

Grand Valley baseball quietly having excellent year

May 8, 2016 To achieve greatness, neither a team nor a player needs to be vocal, necessarily. more »»

Zigmont, Flashes stop West Branch

May 7, 2016 LIBERTY — It somehow seemed appropriate that vehicles were roaring by the field along Interstate 80 Friday as the Champion Golden Flashes and West Branch Warriors met in a Mahoning County... more »»

Down to the wire

May 6, 2016 CORTLAND — McDonald knew any chance of a three-peat hinged on the four members of the boys 4x400-meter relay team. more »»

Harding girls easily win title

May 6, 2016 CORTLAND — Justice Richardson, Aisha Jackson, Gariana Bercheni, Ka’Naylah Cox. The four senior athletes amassed six individual victories to help Warren . more »»

Dragons take care of what’s in front of them

May 6, 2016 NILES — They’re cliche, and Mike Guarnieri knows it. So does his team. more »»

WGH to host Michigan football camp in June

May 5, 2016 WARREN — Jim Harbaugh has been the lightning rod for NCAA satellite football camps. Satellite camps allow college coaches to work as guests at football camps held at other institutions. more »»

Harding baseball gets past JFK, 5-2

May 5, 2016 WARREN — Warren G. Harding might not always have the propensity to rally, but the Raiders’ baseball team reacted well after falling behind cross-town rival John F. Kennedy. more »»

 
 
 

 

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