October 25, 2014

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Emphasis on game changes Cameron’s role

  Brian Dulik The Gazette BEREA — Browns tight end Jordan Cameron’s statistics are eye-popping, just as they were last season. The reason his numbers are notable, however, is very different. Cameron has played a miniscule role in Cleveland’s new-look offense, managing just 10 receptions for 210 yards through six games. One year ago, the Read More…

Week 9 Medina County High School Football Scores

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We’re nearing the end of high school football, but there are still some important games being played. We’ve got you covered for the Medina County Week 9 scores. If you’re interested in Lorain County scores, head over to our sister paper, The Chronicle-Telegram. We’ll keep this page updated with scores as we get them. Do you have Read More…

Browns: Kyle Shanahan expects offense to improve vs. Oakland

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BEREA — Browns offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan believes there is nowhere to go but up following a dismal performance Sunday in Jacksonville. Cleveland only managed two field goals and 266 total yards — both season lows — in a 24-6 loss to the Jaguars at EverBank Field. “I don’t think there was one position that Read More…

Browns run defense continues to struggle, as coaches, players continue to look for solutions

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BEREA — The Browns have had a lot of awful run defenses since 1999. The current edition fits right in. Through six games, the Browns rank last in the NFL with 155.5 rushing yards allowed per game. If the season ended at that number, it would be the most allowed by the Browns since 2000 Read More…

Soccer: Pirates pack too much punch for Bucks

ROCKY RIVER — From the start, the speed and aggressive offensive game plan of Rocky River’s boys soccer team were going to be problems for Buckeye. The fast and furious Pirates knocked off the Bucks 4-1 in a Rocky River Division II District semifinal Wednesday. “Today we started on the front foot and got a Read More…

Soccer: Medina overpowers rival Brunswick in Wednesday showdown

Medina’s A.J. Turner works against Brunswick’s Tyler Paalman in the first half. The Bees are the only county boys team still  alive in the tournament. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

MEDINA — Domination. That’s the only way to describe the 6-1 victory posted by Medina’s boys soccer team against rival Brunswick in a Brunswick Division I District semifinal Wednesday night at Medina Memorial Stadium. Despite the choppy field conditions — and that’s putting it nicely — the second-seeded Bees had their way with the third-seeded Read More…

Browns QB Brian Hoyer ‘angry’ over performance, but confidence isn’t shaken

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BEREA — Brian Hoyer’s poor performance in the 24-6 loss to Jacksonville left him angrier than he’d ever been. The emotion lingered until he got back on the field Wednesday for practice. “Of all the games I’ve ever played, that’s the worst I’ve ever felt after one and it’s something you have to deal with Read More…

Browns Notes: CB K’Waun Williams hopes to share field with childhood idol Charles Woodson

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BEREA — Nickelback K’Waun Williams was back practicing Wednesday after missing a week with a concussion, said he did “pretty much everything” and declared himself ready to return Sunday against Oakland. “If the coaches feel confident to put me in, I’m here,” he said. “I’m back. I’m clear, so I’m ready.” Williams, an undrafted rookie, Read More…

LeBron-less Cavs fall to Grizzlies in preseason finale

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MEMPHIS — With LeBron James sitting out to rest, the Cavaliers dropped their exhibition finale 96-92 to the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday. Cleveland (5-2) will open the regular season a week from today against the New York Knicks at Quicken Loans Arena. Kyrie Irving had 16 points and three assists for the Cavs, while Dion Read More…

World Series: Royals even series with Game 2 win over Giants

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Salvador Perez and the pesky Kansas City Royals fought back from a Game 1 flop to beat the San Francisco Giants’ brilliant bullpen and even the World Series. Perez broke open Game 2 with a two-run double in a five-run sixth inning, and the Royals’ own cast of clutch relievers kept Read More…