October 30, 2014

Medina
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Virginia Yockey

Virginia Yockey, 87, of Bainbridge, Georgia, passed away Monday, September 9, 2013, at Memorial Manor Nursing Home. She was born November 5, 1925, in Wadsworth, the daughter of Herbert Hartman Hutchinson and Esther Phyllis Yoder Hutchinson. During her long working career, she worked many jobs and retired from the Salvation Army in 1995. She was Read More…

Joyce Allis

Joyce Allis, 83, of Johnstown, passed away Wednesday, September 11, 2013, at St. Ann’s Hospital in Westerville. She was born May 19, 1930 in Vincent, Ohio, to the late Herbert and Marian (Kenney) Porter. She owned the Pine Villas Mobile Home Park in Lodi, with her husband. Joyce loved golf, reading, traveling the world, and Read More…

Ruth D. Weinmann

Ruth D. Weinmann, 89, of Brunswick, passed away peacefully Thursday, September 12, 2013, surrounded by her family. She was born November 30, 1923, to the late Julius Robert and Anna Maria (nee Shimkola) Klein, in Cleveland. Ruth enjoyed watching old movies, listening to music, roller skating and cooking for her family during holidays. Ruth will Read More…

Vivian R. Black

Vivian R. Black, 85, of Medina, passed away Wednesday, September 11, 2013, at Medina Hospital. She was born in Zeeland, Michigan on July 9, 1928 to Martin and Bertha Cook Elenbaas. Vivian had resided in Port Clinton, Norwalk and Bellevue before moving to Medina County in the mid 1960s. She is survived by her children, Read More…

Hornets sting Bears

Highland quarterback Bruce Kinsey breaks through the North Royalton defense for a touchdown in the first quarter. (JUDD SMERGLIA / GAZETTE)

Chad Grant The Gazette NORTH ROYALTON — The bears poked at the hive just one time. That was all it took. The Highland football team came out buzzing Friday, then responded to a big play on North Royalton’s first possession by continuing to sting and sting on its way to a 56-14 rout in non-league Read More…

Panthers maul Pirates

Kenneth Coleman The Gazette NEW FRANKLIN TWP. — It’s never easy going against Manchester’s football team, especially on its home field. A perennial state power within the small-school ranks, the Panthers were too much for Black River to handle in cruising to a 56-13 non-conference win Friday. A member of the PAC-7 Conference, Manchester has Read More…

Harris steals spotlight from 4-star recruit

Dan Brown The Gazette BRUNSWICK — If he had known beforehand that his team would shut down four-star recruit Darrin Hall, Brunswick football coach Luke Beal probably would chalk up Friday night’s game against Austintown Fitch as a victory. While the Blue Devils completely took Hall out of the picture, Antwan Harris made a pair Read More…

Indians beat White Sox again

Brian Sandalow The Associated Press CHICAGO — Danny Salazar and Ryan Raburn helped the Indians keep pace in the American League wild-card playoff race. The Cleveland bullpen also played a role, too. Salazar struck out nine in 3⅔ innings, Raburn hit an RBI double in the fifth, and the Indians earned a 3-1 win Friday Read More…

Kruger excited to play former team

  Brian Dulik The Gazette BEREA — Browns outside linebacker Paul Kruger admits being excited about facing his former team for the first time. Defensive coordinator Ray Horton, though, hopes he isn’t too amped up Sunday when Cleveland plays the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. “The thing we have to do is keep him Read More…

Cloverleaf’s defense leads charge

Cloverleaf receiver Austin Smith jumps over Buckeye defenders Anthony Hist (L) and  Christian Petek (R) during the first quarter. (AARON JOSEFCZYK/GAZETTE)

Albert Grindle The Gazette WESTFIELD TWP. — It was a role reversal that tasted oh, so sweet for Cloverleaf’s football team. For the first time in more than a year, the Colts defense led the charge and Buckeye felt the full wrath Friday in a 22-6 non-league decision at Gene Clark Stadium. Cloverleaf (2-1) had Read More…