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Wide open QB races around Washington County

July 9, 2014 For most successful football teams, everything starts with the guy under center. Even for predominately run-oriented offenses, having a guy in the huddle calling plays and directing traffic is key. more »»

Former Warren quarterback star to transfer to Ohio Wesleyan

July 7, 2014 Dylan Leffingwell has made a decision. The former Warren football standout will be transferring from Ohio University to Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio (just north of Columbus). more »»

D.J. confident, believes in himself

July 5, 2014 D.J. Cunningham has NBA potential. more »»

Even soccer critics probably know who Tim Howard is now

July 3, 2014 About 10 minutes before the United States vs. more »»

Team USA is hoping to make some noise in knockout round

June 30, 2014 These might sound like “Jeopardy!” questions, but here goes. In the popular quiz show, contestants are required to phrase their answers in question form. more »»

Wiggins the smart choice for Cavaliers

June 27, 2014 In February of last year, Marietta College’s junior varsity basketball team found out first-hand just how good Andrew Wiggins is. Actually, good doesn’t even describe it. more »»

Reds should be well-represented at MLB All-Star game

June 26, 2014 The 2015 Major league baseball game will be held at Great American Ballpark on the banks of the Ohio River in Cincinnat. more »»

USA goalkeeper never had a chance on Portugal’s equalizer

June 25, 2014 Picture yourself in the mouth of the goal, and far out to your left Portugal standout Cristiano Ronaldo is racing with the ball down the right wing with less than a minute left in stoppage time. more »»

USA draw feels almost like a loss

June 23, 2014 It was hot, humid, and...a hiccup for the U.S. men’s soccer team, which tied Portugal 2-2 in World Cup men’s soccer action in Manaus, Brazil, Sunday nigh. more »»

Ohio BACF all-stars football coach has a ‘warrior’s’ heart

June 12, 2014 Greg Adams has a warrior’s heart. Actually, he’s the Belpre Golden Eagles football boss, but a warrior in the sense that he’s going to battle you for every yard in a game. more »»

Caldwell standout has a ‘good finish’ at state track meet

June 10, 2014 One came up short, while another had to drop out due to a health issue. more »»

She’s the ‘mom’ of Wildcats’ 4x2 relay

June 5, 2014 WATERFORD — When Waterford High senior and Walsh University recruit Maggie Kroll was a freshman, she accompanied and cheered fellow frosh thinclad Ally Rohrer at the state track and field meet. more »»

Dicksons: 7 decades of racing

May 31, 2014 What started out as a group of teenage brothers tinkering around with a dirt track race car while trying to keep it a secret from their father turned out to be one of the most successful sports... more »»

Sidelines: Local driver has racing in his blood

May 29, 2014 Steve Dickson attended the Indianapolis 500 for the very first time as an 11- year old way back in 1968 as his Uncle Larry made the third of what would be eight starts at the legendary Brickyard. more »»

Sports Talk: Pios ousted; a tale of 2 pitchers from the other side

May 19, 2014 Marietta College’s baseball team faced two starting pitchers of contrasting records in the NCAA Division III Mideast Regional at Don Schaly Stadium Saturday. more »»

Sports Talk: All 4 classes on MHS 4x1 relay

May 15, 2014 B.J. Mayer is an equal opportunity boys’ track and field coach, especially when it comes to his very talented 4x100 relay tea. more »»

Sports Talk: Practice in the rain helps Redskins

May 8, 2014 CALDWELL — In early April, the Caldwell High baseball team was struggling. more »»

Sports Talk: May God bless

May 1, 2014 Evan French was at an Ohio North-South All-Star basketball practice in Columbus when he learned of the ATV accident and death of his Warren classmate Danielle Church last Saturday. more »»

ViewPoint: Technology hurting grand old game of golf

April 25, 2014 Technology and time has taken its toll on the grand game of golf. Golf manufacturers have designed today’s equipment and golf balls to make older courses obsolete. more »»

Sports Talk: Cadets on a roll

April 24, 2014 BEVERLY — This has been a pivotal week for the Fort Frye baseball team with some key games on its schedul. more »»

 
 
 

 

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