Archive for October 22nd, 2013
Collin Paich, Highland: Senior wide receiver scored two touchdowns in 45-20 Suburban League victory over Green. … Caught TD passes of 23 and 43 yards from quarterback Bruce Kinsey. … Set up another score by returning interception 44 yards to Bulldogs 1-yard line. … Sixth in Medina County with 230 receiving yards this …Read More
BEREA — Browns running back Foswhitt “Fozzy” Whittaker has one of the more entertaining nicknames in the NFL.
Based on his play Sunday at Green Bay, the University of Texas graduate also could have a bright future in the league.
Whittaker gained a team-high 127 all-purpose yards and saw his first professional action on offense — providing …Read More
COLUMBUS — Cavaliers power forward Anthony Bennett hasn’t been overly impressive in the exhibition season, but he’s doing much better than Nerlens Noel.
Philadelphia coach Brett Brown dropped a bombshell Monday prior to the 76ers’ 104-93 preseason loss to the Cavs at the Schottenstein Center, saying Noel probably won’t play at all this season.
“He needs to …Read More
MEDINA — Charges against a 49-year-old Liverpool Township woman accused of growing marijuana were reduced Monday in a plea deal that called for her to testify against her husband.
Erin Staub, of 5580 Sleepy Hollow Road, pleaded guilty Monday to attempted marijuana cultivation, a fourth-degree felony. Her original charge was a third-degree felony.
Her …Read More
MEDINA — A 25-year-old Brunswick man pleaded not guilty Monday in Medina County Common Pleas Court to having child pornography on his computer.
Nicholas Sutherland, of 1478 S. Carpenter Road, is scheduled for a Dec. 16 trial before county Common Pleas Judge Christopher J. Collier.
Sutherland is charged with six counts of illegal use of a …Read More
BEREA — Coach Rob Chudzinski may have reached his breaking point with Brandon Weeden.
Then again, he might give his embattled quarterback another week to try to get out of the slump that has sucked the energy out of Browns Town.
AKRON — The Great Wall of China was built to keep the feared Mongols from invading.
The wall the Cloverleaf girls’ soccer team employed Monday was to keep nationally ranked Hoban from scoring goals.
The strategy worked for the majority of the game, but, just like the Mongols, the Knights eventually found ways through the wall.
Hoban scored …Read More
MEDINA — An 80-year-old Medina man accused of molesting two children two decades …Read More
MEDINA — The last of a Brunswick-area trio convicted of assaulting a Chippewa Lake family will join his accomplices in prison.
Shane A. Wuensch was sentenced to 11 years in prison for the attack and for two drug cases in Medina County Common Pleas Court. Wuensch, his friends said, was the mastermind behind the assault.
MEDINA — Medina County Public Transit Director Michael Salamone asked the county commissioners Monday to fill a $300,000 funding gap for next year.
The county’s public transport system has obtained grants to bring its 2014 operating revenue up to $1.8 million. But that’s not enough to cover an estimated $2.1 million in expenses, Salamone said.
The shortfall …Read More