MACEDONIA — Leah Runkle and the rest of Wadsworth 4×400-meter relay ended their night Friday by posing for pictures, exchanging hugs with loved ones and attempting to catch their breath.
The relay deserved all the praise and a moment to celebrate, as it took the lead with a lap and half to go and …Read More
HUDSON — Somewhere in a Georgia cemetery, there’s a chance — albeit a slim one given his hardened demeanor — baseball Hall of Famer Ty Cobb is smiling.
The second-seeded Hudson baseball team failed to hit the cover off the ball Friday against fifth-seeded Highland at The Ballpark at Hudson. All it was bunt …Read More
HUDSON — Brunswick baseball players were concerned about their goal of reaching The Big Dance. Getting to prom on time was not a concern.
In a rare pre-prom event, the sixth-seeded …Read More
AMHERST — Medina senior Jenna D’Errico soared to new heights Friday at the Amherst Division I District.
D’Errico cleared a career-high 11 feet, 7 inches to win the district championship in the pole vault, helping the Bees finish second in the team standings to the host Comets.
The two-time regional qualifier won the event by …Read More
Just as there’s no quit in the Medina softball team, there’s also no quiet. The Bees, it seems, always have something to cheer about — and they do it loudly.
“We love being around each other,” senior pinch-running specialist, reserve right fielder and unofficial cheerleading co-captain Megan Lawrence said Thursday. “We practice cheers on the bus, …Read More
BOSTON — Drew Stubbs and Mark Reynolds drove in three runs each and Cleveland had 16 hits in the Indians’ 12-3 win over the Boston Red Sox in manager Terry Francona’s return to Fenway Park on Thursday night.
Francona, let go by Boston after the 2011 season, got a standing ovation after the first inning during …Read More
MEDINA — For most athletes, a trip to the state tournament is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
It’s just another day at the office for a Medina lacrosse player.
The Bees got a hat trick from Sierra Thomas in an 11-6 win over Olentangy Liberty on Thursday in the Ohio Schoolgirl Lacrosse Association Division I regional …Read More
BEREA — Quarterback Brian Hoyer stays late to familiarize himself with his fourth new offense in the last several months. He works with the rookies after practice to get extra repetitions. He’s likely still learning the names of his 89 teammates.
But there’s one thing Hoyer knows as well as anyone.
“I didn’t need directions …Read More
EATON TWP. — Sometimes it’s about having the right combination. The Buckeye boys 4×800-meter relay team has that.
The Bucks cemented a spot to regionals by taking third Thursday at the Midview Division …Read More
BEREA — Brandon Weeden and his wife, Melanie, have important plans for Memorial Day Weekend. They’re back in Oklahoma to help with the cleanup following the tornado that devastated Moore.
“It actually went right through my wife’s hometown,” Weeden said Thursday after practice. “Fourth Street, the path they keep talking about, my mother-in-law lives on Main, …Read More