n 2012-13 — Andrew Konczal, Edgewood
n 2011-12 — Harry Story, Lakeside
n 2010-11 — A.J. Henson, Grand Valley
n 2009-10 — Emelio Parks, Lakeside
n 2008-09 — Ace Jones, Lakeside
n 2007-08 — Steve Savel, PV
n 2006-07 — Corey Shontz, PV
n 2005-06 — Nathan Luoma, Geneva
n 2004-05 — Riley Kreisher, Edgewood
n 2003-04 — Dan Nemet, Jefferson
Alex Rabe, Jefferson
n 2002-03 — Tom Davidson, Geneva
n 2001-02 — Kurt Kapferer, Jefferson
Adam Schumann, Edgewood
n 2000-01 — Mike Brosovich, GV
Jeff Dinger, Conneaut
n 1999-00 — Travis Hagler, Geneva
n 1998-99 — Jon Nagy, Jefferson
Ken Vanyo, Harbor
n 1997-98 — Tom Church, Conneaut
n 1996-97 — Steve Kray, Edgewood
n 1995-96 — Rashad Wells, Ashtabula
n 1994-95 — Dan Coxon, Conneaut
n 1993-94 — Ryan Ball, Edgewood
n 1992-93 — Jemal Harris, Harbor
n 1991-92 — Brad McNeilly, PV
n 1990-91 — Boyd Griffith, Conneaut
n 1989-90 — Mo Wofford, Conneaut
n 1988-89 — Fred Scruggs, Harbor
n 1987-88 — Matt Zappitelli, Conneaut
n 1986-87 — Jim Henson, GV
Joe Rich, Harbor
n 1985-86 — Richy DeJesus, Geneva
n 1984-85 — Richy DeJesus, Geneva
n 1983-84 —T errence Hanna, Ashtabula
n 1982-83 — Andy Juhola, Harbor
n 1981-82 — Maurice McDonald, PV
n 1980-81 — Rick Malizia, Geneva
n 1979-80 — Jeff Cicon, Edgewood
n 1978-79 — Jay McHugh, Geneva
n 1977-78 — Tom Hill, Ashtabula
n 1976-77 — John Bradley, Harbor
n 1975-76 — Randy Linstead, PV
n 1974-75 — Jim Bradley, Harbor
Denny Sabo, Conneaut
n 1973-74 — John Coleman, Harbor
— Don McCormack
A Don McCormack column: Frank Hall — the man we know as our hometown hero — thanks to SI, now the world does, too
Sorry, Frank Hall, you’re going to have to get some new material now. But we’ll get to that later.
Del Prince, Hickory Grove giving back
As was said in the 2000 film, “The Legend of Bagger Vance,” golf is a game that can’t be won, only played.
Brantley leads Indians past Royals in finale
The Indians' offense couldn't do anything in the first four innings. But in the last four, it couldn't be stopped.
Give him an Oscar!
For the first three years of his football career with the Grand Valley Mustangs, offensive lineman Alex Oscar said he viewed playing football as more of a job than a fun sport to play.
Then, during his senior year, the Mustangs finished 7-3 and won a Northeastern Athletic Conference title under first-year coach John Glavickas and Oscar suddenly started viewing the game as fun again.
Goal: Be a Pioneer... literally
Jefferson graduate Ariann Barile doesn’t have plans to rule the world — yet. She has, however, put herself on a path to accomplish that goal if she so decides, by choosing to attend Marietta College and play softball for the Pioneers in the fall.
A Don McCormack column: TD Club announces its Class of 2013
Paying a visit to the variety store...
Love of the game
Even though Roy Brashear was born two years before James “Farmer” Burns, it was the latter who beat the former in terms of becoming the first man born in the city of Ashtabula to reach the majors.
Loyal Readers, I ask your assistance.
If anyone knows of relatives or information on the following individuals, please contact me at the email address that appears at the end of this brief:
A Don McCormack column: Blashinsky very much in the game
Dave Blashinsky wears more than one hat, these days.
2013 North Coast Road Racing Grand Prix:
n July 4 — Ashtabula YMCA Firecracker 5K, 8:30 a.m., 263 W. Prospect, Ashtabula,
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