MINERAL RIDGE — It was just one of those games where nothing went right.
ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP — When you’re scheduled in the 182 lb slot of a typical wrestling dual, you have some time to ponder — ponder not only your own upcoming match, but the ones you have in front of you.
JEFFERSON — Rob Pisano’s reunion with his former team didn’t go his way as the Lakeside boys basketball team pulled out a 71-63 win over Jefferson on Tuesday night.
CONNEAUT — Emily Cevera wouldn’t trade for the world all the memories she’s made with her teammates during her basketball career.
CONNEAUT — When Pymatuning Valley senior forward Kendall Baker was a freshman the thought of scoring 1,000 points in her varsity career wasn’t something that really crossed her mind.
CONNEAUT — After a close first half, the Pymatuning Valley Lakers dominated the third quarter to post a 60-29 victory Saturday against the Conneaut Spartans.
Madison wrestling coach Andrew Tomaso may be busy hopping from mat to mat during today’s Western Reserve Conference wrestling tournament at Chardon High School.
MADISON – With the postseason girls basketball tournament starting Saturday, Madison coach Tedd Wagner has a full complement of players back.
ORWELL — The second half of the Grand Valley boys basketball game looked more like indoor football at times. Not because of hard hits, but because of long passes.
CLEVELAND — Lou Williams scored 25 points and the Los Angeles Clippers routed Cleveland 133-92 on Sunday night, the Cavaliers' worst home loss in franchise history.
When Angelina Brown touched the wall and looked up at the clock at Spire during the Division II sectional swim meet Friday afternoon, it may have been her most enjoyable moment of the season.
ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP — Lakeside junior Brandon Ford scored 38 points in a cross-town thriller at Edgewood on Saturday, but it was his defense that ultimately lifted his team to a 69-68 victory.
With less than a minute to go in the match and leading 5-0, Brandon Thomas couldn’t help notice his opponent looking at the clock.
GENEVA — Jordan Vencill scored 29 points to go along with 15 rebounds and four steals, and Hope Stanley finished with 10 points, six rebounds, six steals and five assists to lead Geneva to a 67-27 senior-day victory over Edgewood on Saturday.
A pair of Ashtabula County football players signed their letters of intent on Wednesday to continue their respective playing careers at the NCAA’s Division II level.
BRISTOLVILLE — Bristol separated itself from Pymatuning Valley in the beginning of the third quarter of Tuesday night’s Northeastern Athletic Conference contest and carried its momentum to a 67-55 victory.
In this week's episode of Star Beacon Sports Talk, Mike and Brendan discuss Geneva's Brandon Smith reaching 1,000 career points, a number of CVC championship wrestlers, the girls prep basketball tournament draw and the Super Bowl.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association girls basketball tournament draw was released on Sunday, meaning postseason play is right around the corner.
SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP — The Lakeside boys basketball team got out to a fast start, but Madison took over the game in the fourth quarter and went on for a 64-56 win Saturday at Lakeside High School.
CUYAHOGA HEIGHTS — The Geneva wrestlers left Saturday’s Chagrin Valley Conference tournament with a lot to feel good about as well as what needs to be worked on.
CONNEAUT — The Conneaut Spartans girls basketball team jumped out to a 10-point lead in the first quarter against the Mercyhurst Prep Lakers in District 10 action on Thursday.
SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP — Jon Mannarino resigned as coach of the Lakeside High School boys basketball team on Monday, just days after he was accused of hitting and shoving one of his players.
This Week's Circulars
Mary K. White, 49, of Conneaut, died Tuesday, February 18, 2020. Funeral: 7:00PM, Friday, February 21, 2020 at the Marcy Funeral Home. Visitation: 5:00PM until time of service Friday. Contributions to her family c/o Marcy Funeral Home.
ASHTABULA [ndash] Edward R. Watts, 72, passed from injuries sustained in a house fire Monday, February 17, 2020. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced by Ducro Funeral Services and Crematory 4524, Elm Ave., Ashtabula. www.ducro.com.
- Body found on East 39th Street
- Mall's new owner owes millions in delinquent taxes
- Orwell men charged in separate sex crimes
- Board of Elections inundated with calls, director receives threats
- Fatal house fire One dead, three injured after jumping from windows to escape flames
- New shop opens in North Kingsville
- Meola murder investigation is ongoing
- These Ashtabula Valentines really do believe in love at first sight
- Man stabbed on Latimer Avenue
- Mall sold