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.”
A Don McCormack column: Spring has sprung one big leak
Paying a Wednesday morning visit to the variety store...
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.
St. John 4, Euclid 1
at Pine Lake
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16
PV at Ledgemont (4:30)
North at Geneva (4:30)
Riverside at Chardon (4:30)
Jefferson at Lakeview (5)
Mustang to a Quaker
As a junior, Grand Valley’s Luke Baldwin got a shot to play linebacker for the Mustangs because of an injury to a starter.
A Don McCormack column: Kids’ stuff but, boy, was it a blast!
I have no idea why I thought of this, just now, but I did.
Chalker 4, Grand Valley 3
TUESDAY, APRIL 15
Geneva at Conneaut (4:30)
Grand Valley at Windham (4:30)
Edgewood at Niles (5)
Maplewood at PV (4:30)
Perry at West Geauga (4:30)
Jefferson at Hubbard (5)
The Conneaut Human Resources Center was the place to be for local basketball aficionados on Sunday afternoon.
HOFers very appreciative
Members of the Star Beacon All-Ashtabula County teams had a rare chance to listen to the stories of the players who came before them. Hearing the Ashtabula County Basketball Foundation Hall of Fame inductees speak at the 2014 Awards Dinner at the Conneaut Human Resources Center on Sunday put their careers in perspective.
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