- Bonded by baseball and their roots, Zak Blair and Brandon Easton have formed a mutual-admiration society.
- Their high school coaches — Scott Barber at Jefferson and Steve Urchek at Pymatuning Valley — are filled with pride.
— Don McCormack
— Don McCormack
A quartet of area players — led by a high-flying Geneva Eagle — were accorded honors Monday evening when The Associated Press announced its Division II and Division I All-Ohio selections.
There’s a young lady pictured in today's sports section who earned yet another of what will without question be a lengthy list of honors on the hardwood.
Lakeside quarterback Tyler Loftus always dreamed of playing Division I college football.
When the Dragons brought in Frank Hall to take over a program that had won just two games over the past two years, many people were excited for what he could do for Lakeside.
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.
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.
For the second consecutive year, the Star Beacon’s Ashtabula County Player of the Year honors for boys basektball belong to an Edgewood Warrior.
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.
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.
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.