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June 16, 2013

2013 North Coast Road Racing Grand Prix:

n July 4 — Ashtabula YMCA Firecracker 5K, 8:30 a.m., 263 W. Prospect, Ashtabula,

Director: John Bowler 997-5321

n July 13 — Pyma-Laker 5K (9 a.m.) and Half Mile Childrens’ Race (8:30 a.m.) Birch Landing, Andover Township

Director: Tony Noxon 813-4537

n July 20 — Indian Trails Adventure Run, 3 Mile & 8 Mile Trail Run 8:30 a.m. crossing Ashtabula River, Cederquist Park

Director: Warren Dillaway 812-5392

n July 27 — Windmill 5K Run and Walk, 9 a.m., Conneaut Community Center for the Arts, 1025 Buffalo St., Conneaut

Director: Sean Smith 812-9384

n Aug. 24 — Wine and Walleye 5K and Guppy Run, 9 a.m., Bridge Street near Lift Bridge, Ashtabula Harbor

Director: Ashtabula Area Chamber of Commerce, 998-6998.

n Sept. 7 — Race to Cure Blindness 5K, 9 a.m., Kent State University, Ashtabula Campus

Director: Kathy Peterson 969-1940

n Sept. 14 — Suicide Awareness 5K, 9 a.m., Mental Health Board (Rt 84 and State Road) in Ashtabula Township

Director: Diedre Fleming, 381-9421

n Sept. 21 — Speech and Hearing Rehab 5K, 9 a.m., Lampson Road entrance to the Greenway Trail

Austinburg Township

Director: Miriam Cartner, 992-4433

n Sept. 22 — Spire Half Marathon, 7:30 a.m., Spire Institute, Route 534, Harpersfield Township

Director: Achilles Running Shop, 942-2059

n Sept. 29 — Run for the Grapes 5K, 9 a.m., UH Memorial Geneva Medical Center, Route 20 west of Downtown Geneva

Director: Jeff Piotrowski 415-1091

n Oct. 12 — Spiderweb “Kenny’s 5K”, 9 a.m., Spiderweb, 133 E. Jefferson St., Jefferson

Director — Pat Cramer, 576-4561

n Oct. 19 — Run for the Woodlands, 9 a.m., North Kingsville Presbyterian Church, 6546 Church St., North Kingsville

Director: Julie Simmons 813-1198

n Oct. 26 — Bridge to Bridge 11 Mile and 5K, 9 a.m., Bridge Street near Lift Bridge, Ashtabula Harbor Ashtabula

Director: Howard Mack, (216) 402-5592

n Nov. 2 — Ichabod Headless 1 Mile, 4 pm, Lakeside High School, 6600 Sanborn Road, Saybrook Township

Director: Warren Dillaway 812-5392

n Nov. 28 — Main Avenue 1 Mile, 9 a.m., former site of McKinsey Elementary School, Bunker Hill Road, Ashtabula

Director: Steve Sargent, 998-6465

n Dec. 7 — Jingle Bell 5K, 9 a.m., Point Park at west end of Walnut Boulevard in Ashtabula

Director: Warren Dillaway 812-5392

n All races subject to change in time and date.

n Check website (www.ashtabuladistancerunners.org) for race applications for revised details.

n Awards & a free dinner will be held in January 2014 for those completing at least six races.

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  • Spartans knock around Dragons

    After being cooped up in gymnasiums for the better part of the season so far, the Conneaut and Lakeside softball teams were just happy to get onto a diamond. Playing for the first time in nearly a week, the Spartans toppled the Dragons, 11-2, Thursday afternoon at Lakeside.

    April 18, 2014

  • PV can’t get past Mathews

    Thursday afternoon at Pymatuning Valley, the visiting Mathews Mustangs were able to do what every coach hopes for — execute. They played a clean game from start to finish in every facet of the game, and that carried the Mustangs to an 8-2 Northeastern Athletic Conference victory.

    April 18, 2014

  • Scholastic Statistics:

    BASEBALL
    NAC
    Matthews 8, PV 2
    at PV

    April 18, 2014

  • Scholastic Schedule:

    FRIDAY, APRIL 18
    Baseball

    Geneva at Edgewood (11)
    Niles McKinley at Edgewood (5)
    Conneaut at Lakeside (4:30)
    Madison at Euclid (4:30)
    Softball
    Madison at Edgewood (4:30)
    Geneva at Mentor (10, DH)
    Tennis
    Conneaut at Madison (4)

    April 18, 2014

  • Justin Butler Justin time

    It was just four short years ago that Justin Butler was spending his fall on a soccer field.

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  • Don A Don McCormack column: ‘Kids’ stuff’ spurs great responses

    I’m often caught more than a bit off-guard by what stories, features or columns generate responses from you, Loyal Readers, much more so than those who do not.
    For example, the column that appeared in this space a couple of days ago regarding things yours truly and my buddies did as kids prompted more than a few responses.
    A sampling, many of which were posted on my Facebook page:

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

  • kyle GANG GREEN

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

  • Scholastic Schedule:

    THURSDAY, APRIL 17
    Baseball
    Grand Valley at Maplewood (4:30)
    St. John at Lawrence (4:30)
    Mathews at PV (4:30)
    Fairport at Perry (7:30)
    West Geauga at Madison (4:30)
    Harvey at Riverside (4:30)
    Jefferson at Harding (5)

    April 16, 2014

  • Olivia In transition

    Pymatuning Valley graduate Olivia Holt had a distinct reason she chose to play basketball for Mount Union.
    “They do have tradition,” Holt, the daughter of Gus and Michelle Holt, said. “I’m from PV. We had a tradition of winning and working hard there. I wanted to go somewhere that tradition mattered. I knew I was going to get better by coming here.”

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

  • Don A Don McCormack column: Spring has sprung one big leak

    Paying a Wednesday morning visit to the variety store...

    Think spring?
    If this, um, err, uh... spring... feels a bit unusual for high school baseball and softball teams in Northeast Ohio, it is, to a point.

    April 16, 2014 1 Photo

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