Niles McKinley 228, Jefferson 229
at Hickory Grove
Back Nine, Par 36
Alexis O’Neill 47, Amanda Thompson 54, Christa Reeve 61, Sam Allega 67.
NILES MCKINLEY (228)
Jamie Longacre 51, Katelyn Lawrence 54, Casey Neal 60.
n Records — Jefferson 0-2 (0-2 AAC).
n Next matches — Lakeview at Jefferson Thursday (10).
Geneva 357, Massillon Perry 465
at The Legends
18 holes, Par 72
Danielle Nicholson 71, Megan Lara 81, Cami Dodge 98, Megan Kern 107, Abbey Scoville 108.
MASSILLON PERRY (465)
Kelly Krcmar 97, Sam Bushman 115, Ashley Large 119, Brittany Large 132.
n Records — Geneva 1-0.
n Next matches — Geneva vs. South, Perry at Manakiki, today (11 a.m.).
South 224, Lakeside 232,
Shaker Heights 241
Front Nine, Par 36
Emily Beckwith 51, Lyndsey Wheeler 55, Cassie Dunn 63, Toni Stranman 63, Kaitlyn Koski 69, Kayla Browning 74.
SHAKER HEIGHTS (241)
Danielle Nealon 49, Asia Hoyett 57, Hannah Runoff 67, Amoni Hill 68, Kimber Watkins 70.
Julia Hesser 45, Chelsey Jones 58, Faith Beddick 60, Katie Obrenski 61, Theresa Adams 64.
n Records — Lakeside 1-1.
n Next matches — Lakeside and West Geauga at Perry, Wednesday (4).
Grand Valley 190, Mathews 206
at Walnut Run
Front Nine, Par 36
GRAND VALLEY (190)
Kurt Kassay 40, Chandler Verhas 45, Clay Wingfield 51, LeeAnn Maruna 54, Austin Wagner 56, Jaimen McGrew 57.
Aaron Suchanek 43, Jeremy Forsythe 51. Will Cornfield 55, Bryan Oatridge 57.
n Records — Grand Valley 2-1-1 (2-1-1 NAC); Mathews 2-3.
n Next matches — Grand Valley, Pymatuming Valley, Edgewood. at Bristolwood, Monday (10).
Madison 326, Perry 352
at Powderhorn Golf Course
Anthony Zampini 86, Joey Velecheck 86, C.J. Bagdonas 88, Ian Illig 92, Bryan Jackisch 92.
Spencer Patterson 78, Larry Repko 80, Jack Rabe 82, Brandon Smith 86.
n Next matches — South at Madison, Monday.
Geneva 3, Chagrin 2
n 1S — Alex Lynham (G) def. K. Widham (C), 6-3, 6-1.
n 2S —Anna Forman (G) def. K. Gusik (C), 7-6 (5), 7-5.
n 3S — E. O’Neil (C) def. Martina Drugovich (G), 6-0, 6-4.
n 1D — R, White-M. Magnesum (C) def. Alex Clarke-Kristen Farrell (G), 6-3, 2-6, 6-1.
n 2D — Lindsey Varkette-Brooke Mihalick (G) def. V. Kendall-L. Mahoney (C), 6-4, 6-4.
n Records — Geneva 1-0 (0-0); Chagrin 1-1 (0-0).
n Next matches — North at Geneva - Friday
n JV —Geneva, 3-2.
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.
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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.
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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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Farmer Burns — Ashtabula’s first major leaguer
Third of a series...
Two weeks ago today, one of the first man born in the city of Ashtabula to play in a Major League Baseball game celebrated his 137th birthday.
Then again, odds are, he wasn’t around to blow out the candles at such an age, but no one is sure.
For while we know James Joseph Burns was born on June 2, 1876 in Ashtabula, there is no record of his death.
Shootout returning ‘home’
The Westside Shootout is returning home.
Tribe lets one get away
It could have been an uplifting victory. Instead, it was a frustrating loss.
After having his at-bat prolonged by an error on a foul ball, Anthony Rendon took advantage by hitting his first major-league home run.
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