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Niles girls off to hot start

September 5, 2014 Normally, whenever the Niles girls soccer team faced off with All-American Conference, Blue Tier foe Poland, the Red Dragons struggled. more »»

Mathews rallies from deficit to beat LaBrae, 3-2

September 4, 2014 LEAVITTSBURG — The key play in one of the biggest comebacks in Mathews High School history probably won’t be used in any volleyball instructional videos. more »»

Stassinis leaving mark on LaBrae record books

September 4, 2014 Because the main responsibility of a striker in soccer is to find the back of the net as often as possible, strikers tend to be selfish. more »»

Third and final leg

September 3, 2014 HOWLAND — Inside the clubhouse of Old Avalon Golf Course were eight Sunrise Inn pizzas, drinks, fruits, candy and other refreshments. more »»

Howland girls doing well this season

September 2, 2014 HOWLAND — Bella Elisco knew she’s always had an advantage over her opponents. “I’ve had power from the second I started tennis,” said the Howland High School sophomore girls tennis player. more »»

Badger’s three of a kind run for Braves

August 28, 2014 McDONALD — Ty Reeher’s dark, feathery hair stands up and floats back and forth on his head — his head that is shaved on the sides. “I always wanted this kind of hair,” Reeher said. more »»

Looking ahead to the 2014 XC season

August 26, 2014 Running 3.1 miles. It’s not as glamorous as catching a 60-yard pass for a touchdown with thousands of fans screaming your name. Cross country is much different. more »»

Bulldog back key piece to puzzle

August 26, 2014 CORTLAND — In the latter part of the last decade, the Lakeview Bulldogs had successful running backs help carry them to success. more »»

Eagles’ unsung heroes

August 25, 2014 HUBBARD — During football season, Friday is the easy choice for Zach Hover’s favorite day of the week, but Saturday is definitely the best day of practice. more »»

‘Weird’ works for Tingler

August 25, 2014 BROOKFIELD — Growing up in the Badger school district, Kasey Tingler played the world’s definition of football, deploying as either a striker or goalkeeper. more »»

PANTHER PRIDE

August 24, 2014 This isn’t one of those stories about a football team that overcame great odds and had to prove its worthiness to doubters that gave them no chance of success. The 1974 Warren G. more »»

JFK: 50 years of football, memories

August 24, 2014 WARREN It was a time when high school football in the city was about to ascend to a new level of accomplishments. more »»

Daniels setting the WGH standard

August 24, 2014 WARREN — James Daniels can sense the eyes looking at him. Dead tired and ready to give up, he knows quitting is going to send the wrong message to the underclassmen watching his every move. more »»

Fowler takes medalist honors at Cardinal Classic

August 24, 2014 John F. Kennedy’s Ryan Fowler took the medalist honors at the 21st Cardinal Classic at Mill Creek Park, North by shooting an even par, 70. The senior hit five birdies on the course. more »»

Marrs forgoes burgers for TDs

August 23, 2014 HOWLAND — It’s been a while since Jaquore Marrs unwrapped the foil and savored the flavor of a steamy, condiment-loaded Five Guys hamburger. more »»

Bello ready to perform for Girard, his father

August 22, 2014 GIRARD — Christian Bello has been around the Girard Indians football program ever since he could walk. more »»

Sturgeon to prove worth to Liberty

August 22, 2014 LIBERTY — For Liberty senior Abdel Yusuf, there’s no better wingman than Pat Sturgeon. more »»

Taking care of business

August 21, 2014 LEAVITTSBURG — During the spring, you’d have been hard pressed to not find LaBrae senior Chris Mathews in the weight room at 6 a.m. every day. more »»

Palo now focusing on football

August 21, 2014 NEWTON FALLS — Bucyrus Palo loves to knock down his opponents. “I just want to knock people down, but I want to win games,” he said. “Hopefully a winning season, 5-5, since we went 1-9 last year. more »»

See to believe

August 20, 2014 VIENNA — Seeing is believing. That’s the old, overused quote most have heard far too many times in a lifetime. more »»

 
 
 

 

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