April 20, 2014

Medina
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High school golf 2011: Talent delaying Titsworth’s senior season

It’s like Beau Titsworth just walked up to the tee of a water-lined par 5 and found three foursomes waiting on the tee, two in the fairway and another on the green. No sense getting angry. All he can do is wait. Two weeks of his final year of high school golf are already in Read More…

Perry punishes field at Nicklaus’ tourney

By KEVIN APRILE Staff Writer DUBLIN — The Zen of Ken? Hardly. Kenny Perry, a 47-year-old Kentucky native, is about as old school and down-to-earth as they come, a guy who eschews fancy swing coaches and expensive sports psychologists for good old-fashioned belief in self and faith in a higher power. “God’s my psychologist,” he Read More…

Goggin fades late at Memorial

By KEVIN APRILE Staff Writer DUBLIN — He said he warmed up fine, but when third-round leader Mathew Goggin hit the first tee Sunday he had to admit he was battling more than just a tougher-than-usual Muirfield Village golf course. Nerves were definitely a factor in his poor start and eventual tie-for-second finish, said Goggin, Read More…

West comes up huge

By KEVIN APRILE Staff Writer CLEVELAND — It was a turn for the best as far as the Cavaliers were concerned Friday night in their huge 74-69 Game 6 win over the Celtics at The Q. When the Cavs forced Boston’s Paul Pierce into a turnover at midcourt as the final seconds of the first Read More…

Defense survives late drive

CLEVELAND — Dump a bunch of snow on them, make them run around in bitterly cold conditions and, just for the fun of it, throw 40-mph wind gusts at them. Doesn’t matter. The Cleveland Browns defense is still going to feel the heat when the game is on the line. It’s just who they are. Read More…

Old-school Byrd continues to do job on mound

CLEVELAND — Paul Byrd said Tuesday was a magical night. And he wasn’t just talking about hitting 90 mph on the radar gun. “I hit 90 tonight out of nowhere,” said the veteran right-hander, known more for his guts and smarts than anything resembling a big-time fastball. “We all know that happens a few times Read More…

No charm, No foul

Cavs down 3-0 to Spurs after LeBron’s last shot bounces out Game 3: San Antonio: 75 Cleveland: 72 The shots refused to go down. So did the Spurs. As a result, the Cavs are just barely standing following Tuesday night’s 75-72 loss in Game 3 of the NBA Finals. The situation is this: One more Read More…