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Ripley’s Marino unique

July 23, 2015 Mid-Ohio Valley Hall-of-Famer Frank Marino, who was the head football coach at Ripley High School and is the Vikings’ all-time career wins leader on the gridiron with 158, will be laid to rest at 11... more »»

Packers embrace Favre

July 22, 2015 Brett Favre was inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame on Saturday. more »»

2nd Half Thoughts: Part II

July 19, 2015 Welcome back! For those of you who found your way to my corner of the world yesterday I will be continuing to share my thoughts about the second half of the MLB season today. more »»

2nd Half Thoughts, Part I

July 18, 2015 With the conclusion 2015 All-Star game and the American League claiming homefield advantage in the World Series (Red Sox Nation thanks the American League for their contribution); it is time to turn... more »»

Enjoying baseball on the side

July 17, 2015 It never hurts to take a little time away from the job to recharge the batteries. more »»

HR Derby: And there it goes

July 15, 2015 What is baseball doing with brackets in the Home Run Derby? I understand that the Home Run Derby isn’t what it used to be, but neither is the All-Star gam. more »»

GSC up for some awards

July 14, 2015 In the eyes of Glenville State College and the community of Glenville, Hunter McWhorter and Paige Tuttle are already winners. more »»

Indians are not finished

July 13, 2015 Wow, I know it has been a crazy year in Major League Baseball so far but looking around at all the divisions, if there is one which stands as a microcosm for the whole year so far it has got to be... more »»

AL All-Star snubs

July 12, 2015 With the final vote for the 2015 Major League Baseball all-star teams taking place Friday night, the All-Star Game rosters were set for the upcoming festivities in Cincinnat. more »»

Handing out some Albrights

July 11, 2015 Another baseball season is halfway gone and surprises throughout the league are abound. more »»

Name that QB at Ohio State

July 9, 2015 There is no substitute for experience. So I guess that means give the ball to quarterback Braxton Miller. Records are meant to be broken. OK, I guess that means J. T. Barrett will be the Q. more »»

Finale for Weber at Colgate

July 7, 2015 Three years removed from a Patriot League championship, Parkersburg graduate John Weber and his teammates at Colgate University are seeking to return to prominence for the 2015 college football... more »»

A busy summer for Cavs

July 6, 2015 It was a season of positives for the “Big Three” in Cleveland. Well there were certainly a lot of positives (some negatives too. more »»

Deadline needs for Buccos

July 4, 2015 Anyone who reads my column’s knows I am a gigantic Boston Red Sox fan, have been for about 15 years now. But I also root for the Pittsburgh Pirates. more »»

Outing benefits Scots

June 30, 2015 Think of the latest edition of the Ohio Valley University athletic season as an Oreo cookie. more »»

Time to bring back Rose

June 27, 2015 There are two camps out there when it comes to former Cincinnati Red and Philadelphia Phillie Pete Ros. more »»

Joys of Summer

June 25, 2015 Summer time in the sports department usually means vacation and that’s what I’ll be doing for the next couple of weeks. more »»

Calendar slam is possible

June 24, 2015 Jordan Spieth has a chance to do what nobody has done in the post-Masters era and that is win the Grand Slam. It was done once in the pre-Masters, by, one of the Masters founders, Bobby Jones. more »»

Royals nation winning

June 23, 2015 Shame on you. Yes, I’m talking to anyone who has commented in a negative manner about baseball’s all-star voting possibly having flaws. more »»

Tropical Storm Bill too much

June 22, 2015 I can’t say I didn’t have fun covering my first North-South Football Classic on Saturday night at Laidley Fiel. more »»



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