Archive for October 18th, 2013
COLUMBUS — The Highland girls golf team is out of contention for the Division I state championship.
The defending runner-up got off to an uncharacteristically slow start at Friday’s first round on the Ohio State University Golf Club’s Gray Course. The Hornets sit ninth with a 346 score and would be in worse shape …Read More
COLUMBUS — Cloverleaf freshman singles player Emily Dunbar almost went where only two Medina County girls tennis players have gone.
The 14-year-old won her first match Friday at the Division I state tournament at the OSU Outdoor Varsity Tennis Courts, but lost in the quarterfinals to finish the season with a 28-3 record.
That means …Read More
BEREA — Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer, who went 3-0 as a starter this season, underwent reconstructive right knee surgery Friday at Cleveland Clinic. Team doctors Mark Schickendantz and Lutul Farrow performed the operation.
Hoyer is expected to be medically cleared for the start of training camp in late July, but should be able to …Read More
HARRISVILLE TWP. — A two-vehicle crash resulted in at least one serious injury on Interstate 71 at about 4:30 p.m. Friday.
The crash happened in the southbound lanes, about a mile north of the interchange at state Route 83, according to the Medina post of the Ohio Highway Patrol.
The southbound lanes were closed to allow an …Read More
CLEVELAND — Two days ago, Cavaliers rookie Sergey Karasev missed a preseason game because he was in the Bahamas getting his work visa. Thursday, he was in the starting lineup at shooting guard.
With normal starter Dion Waiters out with a right hip contusion, coach Mike Brown started the No. 19 overall pick in the draft …Read More
Veterans and fraternal groups in Ohio began shutting down electronic raffle machines Thursday by order of the state’s legal chief who considers the devices illegal slots games.
Attorney General Mike DeWine ordered the machines removed by Aug. 1. He had delayed enforcing a ban because lawmakers said they were considering legalizing the machines. But such legislation …Read More
BRUNSWICK — If there was any doubt Brunswick’s girls soccer team was worthy of the top seed at the Brunswick Division I Sectional, it made a convincing statement Thursday night.
The Blue Devils dominated Wadsworth in every facet en route to winning their postseason opener 5-0 at Judy Kirsch Stadium.
While most that braved the wet conditions …Read More
BEREA — Browns wide receiver Greg Little and quarterback Brandon Weeden have experienced similar, disappointing seasons.
Both players were in Cleveland’s starting lineup in Week 1, but played so poorly that they lost their spots by mid-September.
Though Weeden reclaimed his job and Little …Read More
Ohio sites closed during the partial shutdown of the federal government began welcoming back visitors Thursday, as relieved federal employees returned to work after a late deal was reached in Washington.
Visitor centers, restrooms and other areas at Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Northeast Ohio were reopened, and doors opened to visitors at the National Museum …Read More
COLUMBUS — The girls golf team that has finished fourth, third and second at the last three Division I state tournaments feels like the darkhouse.
Welcome to the world of Highland, where players graduate but expectations remain the same.
The reason the Hornets are overlooked heading into this morning’s first round at Ohio State University Golf Club’s …Read More