A Don McCormack column: Now that’s a weekend to remember!
Talk about a whirlwind few days for the local sports scene. In fact, here’s a good question I’ve been kicking around between my ears for the past day, or so:
ACBF HOF Series: Fast Eddie
Told by legendary Ohio University basketball coach Jim Snyder that he was too short for the Bobcats’ basketball team, Eddie Kropf went out for the soccer team as a senior.
Soccer was a sport that Kropf had never played.
Outdoors Insider, with Dale Sunderlin: Hunting, fishing, trapping licenses on sale
Ohio’s 2014-15 fishing, hunting and trapping licenses became available for purchase beginning Feb. 22, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).
District finals can affect the nerves, and Saturday afternoon at Ravenna’s James L. Coll Gymnasium, both coaches admitted that that played a role with their team. However, the Pymatuning Valley Lakers were able to eventually push those troubles aside, helping them to earn a 42-32 win over Hawken.
A Bob Ettinger column: A Grand moment for Gabriel
The greatest of athletes are all identified with a trait that is uniquely their own.
It is how they are remembered for all of time.
NDCL too tall a task for Edgewood
It just wasn’t supposed to end like this for the Edgewood Warriors.
Tigers leave Falcons chagrined
After a first half that saw them score just 18 points against a stingy Chagrin Falls defense, the Jefferson Falcons came soaring out of halftime in a Division II Sectional Championship on the road.
Pymatuning Valley 42,
at James L. Coll Gymnasium, Ravenna
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At the beginning of the season, not many people gave the Geneva girls a chance to do too much in terms of success.
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