August 29, 2014

Medina
Partly sunny
79°F

Hoyer talks about season-ending injury

Scott Petrak The Gazette BEREA  —     Brian Hoyer was exactly where he wanted to be: winning games for the hometown team as the starting quarterback. Then it happened. His cleat stuck in the turf, Bills linebacker Kiko Alonso drilled him from the side and his right anterior cruciate ligament tore. “That’s the most disappointing thing Read More…

Cleveland treats fans to victory

  Rick Noland The Gazette CLEVELAND — There were 20,562 screaming people in the stands at Quicken Loans Arena, almost all of them armed with a red or white glow stick for pregame introductions. Music industry mogul and team shareholder Usher, who almost never showed his face in the lean years, was sitting with Cavaliers Read More…

Bassel clutch for Bees

Medina’s Austin Schweppe plays the ball against Avon Lake’s James O’Connor during the first half of their regional semi-final. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

Explorers dominate Grizzlies

  Albert Grindle The Gazette HUDSON — The Hudson volleyball team brought its “A” game Wednesday, while Wadsworth was, at best, in the “C” range. The Explorers’ 25-17, 25-14, 25-11 victory in the Hudson Division I Regional semifinals was as swift as it was stunning. They advance to face Massillon Jackson, which disposed of sub-.500 Read More…