n 2012-13 — Andrew Konczal, Edgewood
n 2011-12 — Harry Story, Lakeside
n 2010-11 — A.J. Henson, Grand Valley
n 2009-10 — Emelio Parks, Lakeside
n 2008-09 — Ace Jones, Lakeside
n 2007-08 — Steve Savel, PV
n 2006-07 — Corey Shontz, PV
n 2005-06 — Nathan Luoma, Geneva
n 2004-05 — Riley Kreisher, Edgewood
n 2003-04 — Dan Nemet, Jefferson
Alex Rabe, Jefferson
n 2002-03 — Tom Davidson, Geneva
n 2001-02 — Kurt Kapferer, Jefferson
Adam Schumann, Edgewood
n 2000-01 — Mike Brosovich, GV
Jeff Dinger, Conneaut
n 1999-00 — Travis Hagler, Geneva
n 1998-99 — Jon Nagy, Jefferson
Ken Vanyo, Harbor
n 1997-98 — Tom Church, Conneaut
n 1996-97 — Steve Kray, Edgewood
n 1995-96 — Rashad Wells, Ashtabula
n 1994-95 — Dan Coxon, Conneaut
n 1993-94 — Ryan Ball, Edgewood
n 1992-93 — Jemal Harris, Harbor
n 1991-92 — Brad McNeilly, PV
n 1990-91 — Boyd Griffith, Conneaut
n 1989-90 — Mo Wofford, Conneaut
n 1988-89 — Fred Scruggs, Harbor
n 1987-88 — Matt Zappitelli, Conneaut
n 1986-87 — Jim Henson, GV
Joe Rich, Harbor
n 1985-86 — Richy DeJesus, Geneva
n 1984-85 — Richy DeJesus, Geneva
n 1983-84 —T errence Hanna, Ashtabula
n 1982-83 — Andy Juhola, Harbor
n 1981-82 — Maurice McDonald, PV
n 1980-81 — Rick Malizia, Geneva
n 1979-80 — Jeff Cicon, Edgewood
n 1978-79 — Jay McHugh, Geneva
n 1977-78 — Tom Hill, Ashtabula
n 1976-77 — John Bradley, Harbor
n 1975-76 — Randy Linstead, PV
n 1974-75 — Jim Bradley, Harbor
Denny Sabo, Conneaut
n 1973-74 — John Coleman, Harbor
— Don McCormack
Maruna headed for Mount
LeeAnn Maruna never really expected to play collegiate golf. She was so taken aback when the opportunity presented itself, she didn’t know how to respond. After all, the Grand Valley graduate had only been playing the game for a few years.
Crate Late Models featured
The Evergreen Lake Park Campground Crate Late Models, the premier class at Raceway 7, will be featured Friday night as they race for $1,000 to win.
He’s the Norm
In the early part of the 20th century, as golf was taking off in popularity, it was not uncommon for boys to take up the game after becoming caddies.
A Don McCormack column: The journey is what’s most important
Unless you’ve been living under a rock the past couple of weeks, you’ve heard over and over and over how it’s been a half-century since one of Cleveland’s big three professional sports teams have won a championship.
Murdick wins as Big Block Modifieds return
The BRP Big Block Modifed Tour returned to Raceway 7 with 21 of the region’s fastest Modifieds turning out for the scheduled 35-lap event, the first for the Modifieds at the northeast Ohio speedplant since 2005, an event won by Todd Burley.
Outdoors Insider, with Dale Sunderlin: Chances for controlled waterfowl hunting
Waterfowl hunters are invited to participate in special drawings for controlled hunting opportunities, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Wildlife. The drawing dates and times are as follows:
Kingsville gets it done
In a rematch of a previous softball clash between the Kingsville 9-10-year-olds and those from Conneaut, Kingsville had settled thing quickly and decisively in a mercy-rule triumph.
A Chris Larick column: TD Club hopes to score
Though its life was never seriously threatened, the Ashtabula County Touchdown Club has suffered in recent years.
A Don McCormack column: A heartfelt plea to curb violence
Like everyone who loves soccer — and the rest of us whose interest level rises dramatically every four years when the World Cup comes around — Kevin Meier was appalled at the recent attack of soccer referee John Bieniewicz in Michigan by a player that resulted in Bieniewicz tragically dying.
A valiant effort
Paralympians from all over the United States experienced three days of competition, education and fun during the Valor Games Gold Medal Camp at Spire this weekend.
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