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Obituaries for September 30, 2010

Mary Frances Alexander Mary Ellen Conn Norman B. Corbet Arleen Louise Durst Mark J. Forcier Shane E. Header Sam E. Helton, Sr. Warren Edward Johnson Read the full obituaries on The Medina-Gazette E-edition at: http://wp2.medina-gazette.com/GazettEdition/

Indians 4, Tigers 3: Tribe completes sweep

CLEVELAND – The Indians finished their portion of the Progressive Field schedule in style Wednesday.
In a doubleheader that accounted for the final two home games of the season, Cleveland swept Central Division rival Detroit, shutting out the Tigers, 4-0, in the opening game, before completing the sweep via a 4-3 victory in the nightcap.
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Indians 4, Tigers 3: Tribe completes sweep

The Indians beat the Tigers 4-3 to comeplete a doubleheader sweep of Detroit on Wednesday at Progressive Field. The Indians won the opening game, 4-0.
Cleveland overcame a 3-1 deficit to beat Justin Verlander and the Tigers in Game 2, scoring the winning run on a squeeze bunt from Trevor Crowe.
Josh Tomlin got the win, allowing [...] Read More…

Indians notes from Wednesday: Acta optimistic about 2011

CLEVELAND – The way manager Manny Acta sees it, injuries derailed what could have been a promising season for the Indians.
Cleveland lost Grady Sizemore to a knee injury shortly into the year then endured the same fate with the organization’s top prospect, catcher Carlos Santana, who was shelved for the season just 46 games into [...] Read More…

Indians 4, Tigers 0: Tribe blanks Tigers in opening game

The Indians shut out the Tigers, 4-0, in the first game of a doubleheader Wednesday at Progressive Field.
Mitch Talbot got the win for Cleveland, allowing just five hits over seven innings.
The Indians’ offense was powered by a pair of two-run home runs from Travis Hafner and Shin-Soo Choo.
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Browns QB Jake Delhomme could return to practice Thursday or Friday

BEREA – Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme didn’t practice with his teammates again Wednesday, but he was spotted throwing in the fieldhouse.
Delhomme injured his right ankle in the opener Sept. 12 and hasn’t played or practiced since. Coach Eric Mangini said he could “potentially” return to practice Thursday or Friday, and didn’t rule him out starting [...] Read More…

Former President Carter will spend second night at Cleveland hospital

CLEVELAND — Former President Jimmy Carter, his book tour interrupted by an upset stomach, will spend a second night in an Ohio hospital after doctors recommended additional observation, a hospital spokeswoman said Wednesday. Carter’s medical team continues to observe his progress, said Christina Karas, spokeswoman at MetroHealth Medical Center. “President Carter is in very good Read More…

Task force arrests man in Ohio Realtor killing

CLEVELAND — A fugitive task force has arrested a man in North Carolina being sought in the fatal shooting of an Ohio real estate agent whose body was found in a vacant home he was trying to sell. The body of prominent real estate agent Andrew VonStein was found last week with a single gunshot Read More…

Volleyball: Blue Devils shake off the rust in NOC defeat

Brunswick’s Laura Dick bumps the ball. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY RON SCHWANE)

BRUNSWICK — Brunswick’s volleyball team doesn’t play for moral victories, but it can take a lot away from Tuesday night’s loss to Strongsville. After sleep-walking through the first game, the Blue Devils rallied back to push the state­ ranked Mustangs before falling 25-13, 25-27, 26-24, 25-16 in a Northeast Ohio Conference crossover contest. It was Read More…

Hot Grizzlies continue to grow on soccer field

Grace Campbell and Wadsworth’s girls soccer team is off to a fast start. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY RON SCHWANE)

What a difference a year makes for Wadsworth’s girls soccer team. After an uncharacteristic sub-.500 season last fall, the Grizzlies have quickly erased the bitter leftover taste from that season. A new formation and a fresh attitude have helped Wadsworth surpass its win total from a season ago, while leading to a more cohesive attack. Read More…