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Justin Smith and Matt Brumit, the Pymatuning Valley and Grand Valley baseball coaches, respectively during the high school season, warmed their team up on Monday night.

Cleveland Indians outfielder Franmil Reyes has been cleared by the team’s medical staff to return to the field after being isolated for attending a party over the July Fourth weekend.

Ashtabula County athletic directors believe the abrupt departure of Ohio High School Athletic Association Executive Director Jerry Snodgrass is

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In the bottom of the fourth inning against the Ohio Glaciers in a B2 Bulls 16u tournament baseball game over the weekend, starting pitcher Ashton Wheelock was told something he didn't want to hear.

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COLUMBUS — The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced that former executive director Jerry Snodgrass was no longer leading the organization, according to a statement from the OHSAA.

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Editor’s Note: This is the first of a two-part series on Jefferson graduate Matt Bragga. Bragga went from playing at Jefferson to coaching Rice University. On Saturday, Bragga discusses the ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic has had with the Owls baseball program.

LONG POND, Pa. — Kevin Harvick snapped an 0-for-38 drought at Pocono Raceway, taking the checkered flag Saturday at one of two tracks where victory had eluded him.

In the final episode of SBST, Mike and Brendan discuss the possibility of fall sports as well as the likelihood that the NFL, MLB and NBA seasons go on as planned. Brendan also says goodbye. 

JEFFERSON — With her team leading 5-2 in the fourth inning of Lakeside’s softball game against Grand Valley on Wednesday, part of a tournament at the Jefferson Area Girls Softball Complex, Katlyn Mead found herself in a bit of a jam.

Declaring “the noose was real,” NASCAR officials on Thursday released a photo of the rope found in the speedway garage stall of Black driver Bubba Wallace that prompted a federal investigation into whether he had been the target of a hate crime.

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The Ohio Bruisers American Legion Cowle Post 151 baseball teams may have had their season canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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KINGSVILLE — Dugouts were empty, as were the bleachers. Water bottles and bats were not to be shared, and social distancing was probably mentioned more times than a coach could be heard telling a youngster to “run it out.”

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Sean Freeman was one of those rare athletes who could have probably played any of three sports effectively in college.

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