Archive for January 19th, 2013
GRANGER TWP. — Sheriff’s detectives reported finding a variety of stolen items — including crossbows and construction equipment — in a township home Thursday.
Jack C. Smith, 42, of 1961 Granger Road, was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property after sheriff’s deputies, Medina Township police and Louisville police raided his home Thursday afternoon.
Smith was on …Read More
BEREA — Ray Horton had been on the Browns’ radar for weeks. He’s now on their coaching staff.
Horton, 52, was hired Friday as defensive coordinator. He spent the last two years as the Cardinals’ coordinator and interviewed earlier this month for the head coaching jobs with the Browns, Cardinals and Bills.
The Browns hired Rob Chudzinski …Read More
Michael Lombardi made quite an impression on Browns fans during his first stint with the franchise — and it wasn’t a good one.
Cleveland’s new vice president of player personnel displayed unabashed arrogance, a confrontational demeanor, and alienated almost everyone that he crossed paths with from 1987 to 1995.
With that onerous stench hanging in the air …Read More
BEREA — Michael Lombardi began to hear the negative reaction almost as soon as his name was publicly connected with the Browns. Which quickly followed news of Joe Banner’s impending arrival as CEO.
The Cleveland fans remembered Lombardi, not so fondly, from his nine years (1987-95) under former owner Art Modell in the personnel …Read More
WADSWORTH — It was the classic case of the winning coach wanting more and the losing one finding positives.
The Wadsworth boys basketball team defeated Cloverleaf 62-47 Friday in Suburban League action, but …Read More
GRANGER TWP. — There was no stopping the Green boys basketball team Friday night, as the hot-shooting Bulldogs thumped Highland 66-45 in a Suburban League matchup.
With both teams going shot for shot in the opening quarter, Green (12-1, 7-1) went white hot in the second quarter, making 9-of-11 from the floor, including all …Read More
MENTOR — Brunswick’s boys basketball team outshot and outrebounded powerful Mentor on Friday night.
The Blue Devils’ shaky ballhandling, however, prevented them from pulling off a road upset.
Brunswick point guard Kyle Wheeler scored 22 points and shooting guard Zach Parker added 18, but the Cardinals escaped with a 69-63 Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division …Read More
STRONGSVILLE — If Medina’s boys basketball team keeps this up, coach Anthony Stacey may not have a voice by the final month of the season.
It took a talking to from the second-year coach Friday to lift the Bees to an efficient second-half effort that gave way to a 62-50 victory over Strongsville in …Read More
SULLIVAN TWP. — Much like it always does, the Buckeye boys basketball team was shooting BBs.
More than usual failed to find their target Friday against Black River, but bench and board play …Read More