SATURDAY, NOV. 24
South at Perry (5)
Brookside at Grand Valley (2)
Youngstown Christian at PV (6)
Conneaut at Ledgemont (6)
Lakeview at Geneva (6)
Madison at Howland (1)
Lakeside vs. Glenville (noon)
Riverside vs. Harvey (2)
SATURDAY, NOV. 24
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,
Director: John Bowler 997-5321
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.
Outdoors Insider, with Dale Sunderlin: It's a date!
The 2013-2014 Ohio hunting and trapping season dates have been released by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).
2013 Star Beacon All-Ashtabula County Boys Tennis — Groce takes next step
Not many tennis players have the right mindset to deal with the idea that, though they hit their best shot, it isn’t going to score the point.
2013 Star Beacon All-Ashtabula County Boys Tennis — Dubsky forging ahead
It isn’t easy to follow up a 19-2 season for any coach. There isn’t much room to improve and players sometimes get complacent with those kinds of seasons.
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