Royals crown Wahoos to split first two games
The concerns about Indians starter Danny Salazar continue to grow.
Warriors whack Struthers
Edgewood softball coach Steve Cunha’s main focus for the season centers on his team playing well in the All-American conference. In their inaugural season as part of the AAC, the Warriors continued their strong start by defeating visiting Struthers, 8-2, on Monday afternoon.
Falcons go the extra Niles
Jefferson coach Scott Barber knows good things usually happen when you put the ball in play and put pressure on the opposing team’s defense.
Three Ashtabula area runners joined 36,000 of their closest friends Monday during the 118th rendition of the Boston Marathon.
Ursuline pitcher Makayla Shore freely admitted she didn’t quite have her best stuff against Conneaut on Monday at Skippon Park. Despite that fact, the hurler tossed a no-hitter to beat the Spartans, 10-0.
Edgewood 8, Struthers 2
TUESDAY, APRIL 22
Riverside at Lakeside (4:30)
Strong Vincent at Conneaut (4:30)
Hearts for Jesus at St. John (4:30)
Madison at Edgewood (4:30)
Perry at Orange (4:30)
PV at Bloomfield (4:30)
Grand Valley at Bristol (4:30)
Geneva at Harding (5)
Jefferson at Niles McKinley (5)
A Don McCormack column: If you could go back...
Over the weekend, yours truly had an opportunity to catch on of his favorite, albeit more than a bit cheesy, movies — “The Final Countdown” — which starred Kirk Douglas, Martin Sheen, Katherine Ross, James Farentino and Charles Durning.
A Don McCormack column: AAC seems A-OK for Edgewood
For the first time since the demise of the storied Northeastern Conference, teams from Edgewood High School are competing for conference championships this spring.
MONDAY, APRIL 21
PV at Windham (4:30)
Conneaut at Seneca (4:30)
Wickliffe at Madison (4:30)
Niles McKinley at Jefferson (5)
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