It took two minutes and eleven seconds to change the course of Cleveland sports history. The Cleveland Indians announced their name change to the Guardians on Friday morning in a video released on social media.
Cleveland's Major League Baseball Club has been named the Indians since 1915, but on Friday, team officials announced they are changing their 106-year-old nickname to the Guardians after 2021.
SHEFFIELD TOWNSHIP — All-terrain vehicle enthusiasts can get an adrenaline fix this weekend when the EDT National Round 4ATV Race invades Pine Lake Raceway and Trails.
HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP — Every year, the Pymatuning Valley football team travels to Geneva for a passing camp. But unlike other 7-on-7 camps, the annual event also brings in linemen.
TIFFIN — The sun had already set with a shot at state on the line. But Gordon Seger roped a double to score the game-winning run for the Bruisers baseball American Legion Cowle Post 151 19u baseball team.
TIFFIN — The Bruisers baseball American Legion Cowle Post 151 team finally took the field on Sunday in the District 3 tournament at Tiffin University.
After a yearlong wait, nearly a dozen members of Ashtabula County’s runners and field athletes were inducted into the Ashtabula County Cross Country & Track and Field Hall of Fame.
CONNEAUT — Conneaut football coach Rocco Dobran wants to see the competitive juices flowing in his players. He wants to see his players put together events to foster team building.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars said Wednesday that coach Urban Meyer and general manager Trent Baalke were subpoenaed as part of a lawsuit filed by lawyers for Black players suing former Iowa strength coach Chris Doyle for discrimination.
During the Ohio Athletic Conference men’s tennis tournament in May, Tony Massucci was playing his normal No. 1 singles spot for Mount Union University.
SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP — Goodwill Industries partnered with the Lakeside Junior High School football team on Saturday morning to assist the team in raising money for practice gear.
The road to Lancaster and the state tournament is scheduled to start today for the American Legion Cowle Post 151 19u Bruisers baseball team — weather permitting.
Before the start of the girls summer league basketball season, St. John coach Nick Iarocci thought it was going to be a fun experience for the girls. He didn’t put too much stock into observations that could be made on the court.
When Kat Clason’s track and field season ended in the Division III district meet at Cuyahoga Heights High School in May, the now Grand Valley graduate found herself at a crossroads.
Olajuwon Cooper is in the process of becoming Edgewood's interim football coach, athletic director Steve Kray confirmed Tuesday.
The 33rd annual Beast of the East baseball tournament lived up to its name. The Cowie American Legion Post 151 Bruisers 16U team was a part of the tournament, and reached the finals despite the heat, rain and constant action.
ASHTABULA — A revised West Side Shootout came to a conclusion on Saturday afternoon after 13 men's teams competed for the championship at the West Avenue Courts.
ASHTABULA — A late morning break hit the West Side Shootout on Friday morning as heavy rain pounded the city and moved the high school and women’s division games indoors to the Ashtabula County YMCA.
Amari Hudson and Zymir Knox knew their Gray team was the favorites to come out on top of Thursday’s youth tournament portion of the West Side Shootout.
The opening tip for the West Side Shootout is only a day away. The first day of the three-day basketball extravaganza will be Thursday.
Lakeside shortstop Sidney Griffith spent what would have been the 2020 season away from the game. The season was canceled due to COVID-19, but in her newfound free time, she grew to appreciate the sport.
Madison softball coach Arthur Rose said the only thing Alyssa Lavdis lost from not having a season her junior year was another opportunity to showcase her pitching talent.
Ben Welty has a unique approach to pitching. While other pitchers spend years adjusting their deliveries, Edgewood’s upcoming senior hasn’t changed since he started pitching.
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GENEVA [emdash] Ansel J. Pierce, 79, of Geneva passed away March 26, 2021. A Memorial Service will be held 3pm Saturday, August 7, 2021 at Geneva United Methodist Church, 89 South Broadway, Geneva, Ohio. www.LakeErieCrematory.com
- One person shot on West 52nd near West Avenue
- City asked to name coal conveyor bridge after fire victims
- Ashtabula Area City Schools joins OhioCheckbook.gov
- Two injured in truck-train crash
- Culinary program starts at Lake Erie Correctional Institution
- Grand Jury Indictments
- Call them the Guardians Local fan react to Indians' new name
- Wayne Township matriarch to be honored on chuck wagon cook, Kent Rollins' show
- 'Bula BOE reaches goal
- GV graduate Seger sends Bruisers 19u to state legion tournament