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Local Sports Columns

Burrow shares similarities with another Ohio star

Everything Joe Burrow, a kid from Southeast Ohio, has been able to accomplish in the past year is nearly beyond belief. By now, most people around the Mid-Ohio Valley, and all over the country for that matter, are familiar with Burrow’s story. As a high school senior, he led the Athens ...

ALBRIGHT: Doddridge County’s Reese Burnside working through troubled times

What is a two-time Class A pole vault state champion and two-time All-American in the junior Olympics to do for practice in these troubled times? Of all the spring sports, Doddridge County’s Reese Burnside joins his track and field brethren in the high jump and long jump as those stuck ...

Transfer going to work out for Devin Hefner at Marietta College

Devin Hefner’s choice could have backfired on her. Brand new people to meet and brand new territory to tread at Marietta College posed quite the challenge. This transfer marked her decision to move to a new college, after all. Add in the facts MC women’s basketball head coach Kole ...

Column: Top 5 Reds games I’ve attended

I’ve always looked forward to Opening Day in Major League Baseball. This year, though, my excitement level was through the roof as my dad and I had tickets to the Cincinnati Reds’ season opener against the Cardinals. Attending a Reds Opening Day game has always been on my bucket list and ...

Fort Frye girls, Kellar in limbo

As the fourth-quarter clock wound down in Fort Frye’s 49-31 regional triumph over second-ranked Portsmouth Notre Dame last Saturday night at Pickerington North, Cadet head coach Dan Liedtke was able to sub for the five starters. When it came time for Kiersten Kesselring, Liv Schneider, ...

Fort Frye headed in right direction, state finals

PICKERINGTON — After the opening tip-off, Fort Frye sophomore Hannah Archer got the ball and both teams started towards the Portsmouth Notre Dame Titans basket. Everyone except Kiersten Kesselring. She went the other, right way. “We’re not used to winning tips,” smiled the 5-foot-9 ...