2013 — Chelsea Scafuro, Geneva
2012 — Chelsea Scafuro, Geneva
Katie Thomas, Edgewood
2011 — Ashley Thomas, Edgewood
2010 — Ashley Meaney, Geneva
2009 — Taylor Webb, Geneva
2008 — Tayler Pugliese, Lakeside
2007 — Jamie Kapferer, SJP
Miranda Newsome, Lakeside
2006 — Haley Kapferer, Jefferson
2005 — Kaitlyn Tinney, SJP
2004 — Alexis Korovich, Geneva
Kaitlyn Tinney, SJP
2003 — Lauren Dalsky, Jefferson
2002 — Kelly Tinney, SJP
2001 — Kelly Tinney, SJP
2000 — Rhea DeJesus, Geneva
1999 — Kelly Kapferer, Jefferson
1998 — Kelly Kapferer, Jefferson
1997 — Kelly Kapferer, Jefferson
1996 — Edina McCollum, Harbor
1995 — Gerri Brand, Jefferson
1994 — Melanie Griffith, Edgewood
1993 — Sharon Jeffords, Jefferson
Julie Kollhoff, Edgewood
1992 — Jill Blanton, St. John
1991 — Shawn Novak, Geneva
1990 — Sonja Lechowick, St. John
1989 — Heather Lillie, Jefferson
1988 — Tricia Hayes, St. John
1987 — Vicki Armstrong, Geneva
Molly Zaback, St. John
1986 — Kelli Shannon, Geneva
1985 — Lori Belconis, Geneva
1984 — Lori Belconis, Geneva
Gia Orlando, St. John
1983 — Karen Cavalancia, St. John
1982 — Margaret Howe, St. John
1981 — Linda Rapp, Geneva
1980 — Karen Korver, Geneva
— Don McCormack
2013 — Chelsea Scafuro, Geneva
2013-14 Star Beacon All-Ashtabula County Boys Basketball: Big Mac came up a whopper
When Edgewood’s Andrew Konczal, the 2012-13 Star Beacon Ashtabula County Boys Basketball Player of the Year, graduated everyone knew who the next leader of the Warriors was — Connor McLaughlin.
2013-14 Star Beacon All-Ashtabula County Boys Basketball: French at the fore
When Jefferson basketball coach Jeremy Huber stepped down in the summer because of being named the school’s principal, many wondered who would be the right man to take over the Falcons program.
2013-14 Star Beacon All-Ashtabula County Boys Basketball: Honors spread on boys squad
For the second consecutive year, the Star Beacon’s Ashtabula County Player of the Year honors for boys basektball belong to an Edgewood Warrior.
A Don McCormack column: Eagles soar to runner-up finish
Paying a Monday morning visit to the variety store...
Flyin’ like an Eagle
The the state indoor track and field meet is not sanctioned by the Ohio High School Athletic Association, the competition level is tremendous.
Outdoors Insider, with Dale Sunderlin: Calling all deer hunters
Ladies and gentlemen, over the past several years the Ohio Division of Wildlife, in my opinion, has been haphazardly managing our deer herd in Ohio by giving out numerous anterless deer permits. So many that as a state we were down 13-plus percent this past year on our harvest numbers.
ARC splits at Albion
The Amboy Rifle Club returned from a bye to split a match at Albion, Pa. on Friday night.
The locals bowed in the actual, 1,974-1,896, but prevailed in the handicap, 46-42.
A Bob Ettinger column: Thanks for the memories
As Perry wrestler Billy Miller stepped off the podium on the floor at Ohio State’s Value City Arena last Saturday, state championship medal around his neck, it hit my mind that it was over. The 77th Ohio State Wrestling Tournament had reached its culmination late Saturday night. There were no more matches to watch, coaches and wrestlers to interview or pictures to be taken.
ACBF HOF Series: Mighty Mike
Mike Blauman was an All-Ohio baseball player at Geneva High School.
He was a star in football in both high school and college, good enough to be selected for the Ashtabula County Touchdown Club’s Hall of Fame in 2006.
Chase-ing a dream
For Jefferson athlete David Chase, there were plenty of possibilities for where to go to college or what sport to play.
A Don McCormack column: Way to go, all for our friend, Joe!
Paying an end-of-a-busy-and-eventful week visit to the variety store...
No average Joe
You can bet, Joe “Pigskin” Pete, one of the best guys this guy has ever had the pleasure calling a friend, will be wearing his trademark grin as he looks down tonight.
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