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G-Men make history

June 7, 2014 COLUMBUS — As a freshman, Garfield’s Lauren Jones looked to her elder teammate, junior Edie Svonavec, for advice about throwing the discus all season lon. more »»

JFK boys, Harding girls in good spot for title

June 7, 2014 COLUMBUS — John F. Kennedy’s boys and Warren G. Harding’s girls have their sights set on state team championships — JFK in Division III and WGH in Division I. more »»

Maplewood has unexpected finish in 4x800

June 7, 2014 COLUMBUS — Maplewood’s Solomon Yoder took the baton in fourth place. more »»

McDonald girls, Badger’s Krumpe have better showing

June 7, 2014 COLUMBUS — McDonald’s girls relays and Badger’s Jennilyn Krumpe wanted do-overs after the 2013 Division III state semifinals. more »»

State run ends

June 6, 2014 COLUMBUS — The Western Reserve Blue Devils must have been thanking their lucky stars heading into the bottom of the sixth inning of their Division IV state semifinal at Huntington Park on Thursday. more »»

Howland hires Mathews’ Lee as boys coach

June 5, 2014 HOWLAND — The search for the next Howland High School basketball coach didn’t have to extend beyond the walls of the school. more »»

Western Reserve relies on multiple-sport athletes

June 5, 2014 With an enrollment figure of 101 boys, Western Reserve athletics rely on numerous two-sport, three-sport athletes to make them go. more »»

In his dreams

June 5, 2014 AUSTINTOWN — Chris Edie went to bed at 9 p.m. last Friday night and woke up wide awake at 3 a.m. Saturday morning before the Division II regional meet at Austintown Fitch High School. more »»

Topsy-turvy season

June 5, 2014 Lauren Bower had one thing in mind coming into this track and field season — make the state meet in the 100-meter hurdles. Bower, a Mineral Ridge senior, made regionals all four years of high schoo. more »»

Maplewood’s trio taking different paths to Columbus

June 5, 2014 Solomon Yoder knew he’s been snakebit in the 300-meter hurdles. The Maplewood senior was more than happy to leave that event in his rear view mirror. more »»

A new summer workout

June 4, 2014 NILES — There are plenty of different fitness workouts shown on TV, and Sgt. Robert Dierx of the National Guard has seen most, but he likes his version better. more »»

Badger’s Krumpe seeking a better finish at state

June 4, 2014 NAVARRE — Badger senior Jennilyn Krumpe relies on her friend Leah Blaney to get her through most things, especially when they’re at track and field events. more »»

Howland runners ready for Columbus

June 4, 2014 AUSTINTOWN — Howland senior Ryan Sullivan couldn’t see straight after his 3,200-meter run, and junior Taylor Craigo threw up after her 1,600-meter jaunt, but both had their minds elsewhere. more »»

Anthony hopes to add one more story for Blue Devils

June 4, 2014 Western Reserve baseball coach Ed Anthony has coached four sports at five schools for at least a combined 88 seasons at many different levels. more »»

Liberty’s Lukac finally gets over the hump

June 4, 2014 AUSTINTOWN — Finally. After two years and one long streak of bad luck, Courteney Lukac is going to state. more »»

Newton Falls throwers ready to represent

June 4, 2014 It’s a routine, and it’s got Bucyrus Palo through this year. Last year, his aunt got him a motivational book. “I read that and I practiced some of the things,” Palo said. more »»

Two of a kind

June 3, 2014 AUSTINTOWN — The state track meet can serve as a pedestal that gives younger athletes a chance to showcase their talents in front of a capacity crowd at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium for the first... more »»

Setting the standard

June 3, 2014 Christian Smith’s throw of 181 feet, 9 inches ranks him sixth in the state and tops among all Division III throwers. His throw of 57-2.75 is 12th best in the state and second best in Division III. more »»

Mineral Ridge relay team fueled by close bond

June 3, 2014 NAVARRE — Tait Rummell looked to the sky prior to Friday’s Division III Navarre Regional track and field meet. more »»

Runs in the family

June 2, 2014 NEW MIDDLETOWN — It wasn’t in high definition, but Joh’Vonnie Mosley could clearly make out the distorted color on the grainy telecast. Most of all, she could make a positive visual of No. more »»



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