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JFK finds familiar face to lead program

July 2, 2014 John C. Richards sat inside the Campbell Memorial Field House, catching his first glimpse of John F. Kennedy boys basketball. That was 1981. more »»

Tues. 8:07 p.m.: JFK hires new basketball coach

July 1, 2014 After months of searching, the John F. Kennedy boys basketball program finally has a new head coach. John C. more »»

Leaving legacies

June 29, 2014 LEAVITTSBURG — There were times when Rick Aldridge watched his son Peyton on the basketball court and wondered how he did it. more »»

Leaving legacies

June 29, 2014 CORTLAND — The moment has never been too big for Alli Pavlik. more »»

Defense rules the day

June 20, 2014 HUBBARD — All-star games are supposed to be high-scoring with both offenses rolling over the defenses for tons of yards. more »»

Piece of The Rock

June 19, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — Most high school all-star games mark the end of eras, a last hurrah for many of the players before they move onto college. more »»

Sferra honored, made namesake of Mahoning-Trumbull game

June 19, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — When Bill Sferra first played softball, Youngstown was a hotspot for men’s fastpitch softball. more »»

Arvin Classic set for Thursday

June 18, 2014 NILES — For most of their high school careers they have been foes. But come Thursday night, area seniors will become teammates on the gridiron fighting for county supremacy. more »»

Lakeview brings back Herrholtz

June 17, 2014 CORTLAND — All Larry Herrholtz needed to do was check Twitter. more »»

Rocket running toward future

June 16, 2014 Solomon Yoder and Stephen Pop each visited their schools and knew they made the right decision for next yea. more »»

Athletes fair well in N.C.

June 16, 2014 Chad Zallow is no stranger to the top of the podium in the state of Ohio. This weekend, the John F. more »»

One last trip around the bases

June 15, 2014 NILES — The last baseball game of Michael Montalbano’s high school career left the Ursuline graduate with a bad taste in his mouth. more »»

Zallow, Johnson win at Midwest Meet of Champions

June 15, 2014 Carl Zallow and Bobby Johnson were two of Trumbull County’s best as part of Saturday’s Midwest Meet of Champions at Granville High School — located a half hour east of Columbus. more »»

Hubbard’s Hill makes his choice, RB verbally commits to OSU

June 15, 2014 Like many born and raised in the Buckeye State, George Hill grew up wanting to wear the scarlet and gray on Saturdays during the fall. more »»

Fitch makes adjustments, moves on at New Balance

June 15, 2014 Austintown Fitch track and field coach Seth Steiner was wondering what he’d do about Darrin Hall’s situation. more »»

Lakeview senior goes out on top

June 12, 2014 When Aaron Paczak lost to Hawken’s Sid Ahuja on May 23 in Canton, it would have been easy for the Lakeview senior to be upset and disappointed. more »»

McDonald’s Greaver heading to Waynesburg

June 10, 2014 Kenny Greaver flipped through the old press clipping of his father Kenn. The younger Greaver looked at the way his father exploited the competition while he played basketball at Hiram College. more »»

Area athletes garner all-state honors

June 9, 2014 The Northeast Ohio Baseball Coaches Association recently announced the 2014 All-Ohio baseball teams and three area players received honors. more »»

Eight is enough

June 8, 2014 COLUMBUS — “Eight girls, one goal.” The words on the back of the McDonald girls track team’s shirts says it all. more »»

Zallow wins third career title

June 8, 2014 COLUMBUS — To say that John F. Kennedy hurdler Chad Zallow had a target on his back at this year’s State Track and Field Meet might be an understatement. more »»



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