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JOHN F. KENNEDY 78, WICKLIFFE 40: MIDDLEFIELD - Antonella LaMonica scored her 1,000th career point in typical fashion in the Eagles' blowout victory over Wickliffe in the Cardinal Holiday Tournament. LaMonica made a steal and scored a lay-up midway through the third quarter, registering her 1,000th point as just a junior. Comment?
A couple dressed up as Obi-Wan Kenobi and Princess Leia for the opening of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" Thursday night were disappointed when they were met by employees of the Regal Boulevard Centre Stadium 14 movie theater, who pointed them to signs posted on their doors prohibiting masks, face paiting and costume weapons / props in the theater. Tribune Chronicle / Bonnie L. Hazen Samantha O'Rourke, 29, of Sharon, Pa., dressed as Princess Leia, poses inside the Regal Boulevard Centre Stadium 14 movie theater in Niles Thursday night during the opening of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Comment?
Lakeview struggled with its shooting during the first half before pulling away for a 64-33 win over Champion on Saturday. The teams were tied at 8-8 after one quarter, then Lakeview penetrated the Golden Flashes 3-2 zone defense and outscored Champion 19-3 to take a 27-11 lead at the break. Comment?
Black Friday used to kick off the holiday shopping season, but now that day has taken a back seat to Thanksgiving Day. After opening earlier and earlier on the holiday, this year, most of the more than a dozen major retailers like Macy's, Target and Kohl's, stuck with their 5 or 6 p.m. Thanksgiving openings. Comment?
Federal authorities say two men who pleaded guilty Friday in New Orleans are the latest convicted in connection with a heroin distribution ring. U.S. Attorney Kenneth Polite said Jason Payne, 37, of Youngstown, and Stanley Fulton, 39, of New Orleans, each pleaded guilty to one criminal count in a heroin distribution indictment. Comment?
All the rain in northeast Ohio helped Saturday morning when Mud Monster 5K obstacle course runners raced through the Yankee Lake Mudding Pit, 1800 state Route 7. "I wanted to feel accomplished and muddy, and I liked it," a muddy Samantha Gore, 19, of Leavittsburg, said after the race. She ran with Kayla Owens, 20, also of Leavittsburg. Comment?
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