Akr. Kenmore 79, Akr. East 24
Athens 56, S. Point 38
Beavercreek 47, Wilmington 38
Bellbrook 57, Miamisburg 55, 2OT
Bower. Conotton Val. 48, Byesville Meadow. 35
Cle. St. Martin De Porres 45, Wickliffe 28
Cols. Whetstone 41, Powell Village Academy 35
Crown City S. Gallia 68, Corning Miller 26
Granville 48, Cols. Hartley 43
Hamilton Badin 75, Cin. NW 28
Hudson 62, Cle. Collinwood 10
Jackson 62, Greenfield McClain 40
Lebanon 47, Kings Mills Kings 44
Lynchburg-Clay 63, Chillicothe Huntington 22
Minford 59, Lucasville Valley 50
Nelsonville-York 61, Thornville Sheridan 47
Parma Hts. Val. Forge 56, Cle. John Marshall 14
Portsmouth 57, Manchester 35
Portsmouth Notre Dame 45, Beaver Eastern 40
S. Webster 63, McDermott Scioto NW 38
Stewart Federal Hocking 37, Glouster Trimble 34
Will. Wood Symmes Val. 65, Ports. Sciotoville 26
It was just four short years ago that Justin Butler was spending his fall on a soccer field.
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:
- GANG GREEN
THURSDAY, APRIL 17
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)
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.
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- Justin time