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Strongsville's Kelly Novak is one of four girls soccer players from Northeast Ohio to be named to the National Soccer Coaches Association All-America Team for 2013.
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The second full week of the boys basketball season gets kicked off in a big way tonight with 13 ranked teams in action, including No.
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After a solid showing in the Bad Apple Brawl last week, the Fredericktown wrestling team was looking to make a big splash at the Jeremy Ammons Kilted Klassic.
The University of Findlay volleyball program announced the signing of four new players on Tuesday as Megan Wendel, Amanda Winner, Erika Roach and Madelyn McCabe will join the Oilers for the 2014 season.
Among the changes you'll see when Nick Lachey and 'The Sing-Off' return to NBC tonight , Joe Torre or Bobby Cox is yet to be seen.
Members of the Jonathan Alder wrestling team pose with the second-place trophy from the Big Walnut Invitational tournament Saturday, Dec. 7. The weather front that came through Central Ohio starting the evening of Thursday, Dec. 5, caused all high school sporting events the following day to be postponed.
Swimmers and divers have hit the water. Teams in the Forest Hills Journal coverage area hope to make a splash come tournament time in February.
Rocky River seeks a track jumps coach. Send a letter of interest and resume to Athletic Director Mark Wagner at firstname.lastname@example.org .
"Oh, no," Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown coach Paul Barlow said before Clyde's Amanda Cahill had even caught the ball in front of his bench.
Meets are underway as the high school swim season has begun. The following is a rundown of the chlorinated competitors in the Northeast Suburban Life coverage area.
The West Holmes wrestling team was on a mission during the latter part of this week to simply do one thing: get better.The Knights certainly made their point that they have some good wrestlers, bouncing back to win the 43rd annual WIT by edging Tallmadge 199-198 during an exciting final round at Berkey Field House Saturday night.
Meets are underway as the high school swim season has begun. The following is a rundown of the chlorinated competitors in the Suburban Life coverage area.
Swim season has started and teams in the Milford-Miami Advertiser/Community Journal North Clermont coverage area plan to make splash come tournament time in February.
The Redskins won four events. Alex Wheeler claimed the 200 individual medley and the 100 butterfly , Marc Smith captured the 100 backstroke , and the 400 relay was first .
An outstanding season came to a disappointing end for the Wayne Trace football team Friday afternoon as Kirtland controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball and posted a 44-16 victory over the Raiders at Fawcett Stadium in Canton.
It wasn't meant to be for Glenville on Friday, as the Tarblooders lost to Loveland 41-23 in the Division II state title game.