A Chris Larick column: A field has new dreams
It is one thing to have dreams of baseball fields so you can even have a Field of Dreams.
ESPN Radio 970 WFUN and Dr. William A. Seeds of Seeds Orthopedics and Sports Medicine are bringing Urban Meyer and Dean Hood home again this summer.
Outdoors Insider, with Dale Sunderlin: Whatever floats your boat
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) is offering free boat safety inspections during Memorial Day weekend as well as May and June at public boat launch ramps and during special events statewide. The agency also released a new promotional video about safety boating.
Chase bound for C-Bus
Jefferson high jumper David Chase is no stranger to winning regional track titles after claiming the championship a year ago.
Villa reaches summit
Prior to her senior year at Lakeside, Erica Villa was told she would never run or play softball again. There was a point Villa was ready to give up her softball career at the College of Wooster.
Ubaldo continues upward trend
The Indians have been hoping that Ubaldo Jimenez’s recent success is a sign that he has returned to the level — or at least close — that he displayed in Colorado.
The Geneva Eagles 3200-meter relay team was Gevena’s first state qualifier for the 2013 state meet in Columbus, which begins on Friday at Jesse Owens Stadium when it set a county record Wednesday at the Division I meet at Austintown Fitch.
Wahoos' extra work doesn't pay off
It was a span of seven hours and 48 minutes from the scheduled starting time to the end of the game. Now the Indians and Tampa Bay Rays get to take the field again, just a little more than 10 hours later.
Jacob’s ladder reaches Columbus
Last year, Jefferson’s Jacob Hamilton had his Division II regional track experience stolen from him because of a pelvis injury.
No hits, no shame
Playing close has been a common thread in this season for the Geneva softball team. In most of their contests, the Eagles often didn’t make a move to win unless the game was tied late or they had fallen behind.
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