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What a big week for sports

May 20, 2014 The calendar on my desk says we rapidly are approaching the end of the high school sports year. more »»

Four state champs in one day?

May 19, 2014 Winning the state championship. It’s the goal of every high school athletic team in every sport, whether it’s realistic or no. more »»

9 more OSU gridders go to the NFL

May 17, 2014 Everybody knows all about the college football players who were selected last week in the NFL draft —especially since it seemed like the process went on forever this year. more »»

Gnegy’s relentless desire

May 16, 2014 Having the drive to finish what they start encompasses a multitude of individual. more »»

WVU seeks new wrestling coach

May 16, 2014 On his most recent (and he has made many) visit to the Mid-Ohio Valley West Virginia University Director of Athletics Oliver Luck finally opened up and gave a response to his recent decision to not... more »»

LKC pods produce confusion

May 15, 2014 I guess I’m just going to come out and say it. I don’t think I like the direction the Little Kanawha Conference is heading. more »»

Familiar voices of sports

May 14, 2014 For many years, radio was how folks learned about happenings in the world. Personalities were bred based on their broadcast or event. more »»

Luck not afraid of tackling big issues

May 13, 2014 If there is one thing West Virginia University Director of Athletics Oliver Luck has displayed during his short tenure as the Mountaineers’ top dog in the athletic department it is that the former... more »»

Get set for 100th state track meet

May 12, 2014 Keeping a sense of history. That’s important in virtually every aspect of life. Our nation prides itself on how far it has come since gaining its independence. more »»

Browns made the right call

May 11, 2014 Boom or bust? That’s the question regarding the Cleveland Browns selection of Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel in the first round of Thursday night’s National Football League draft. more »»

NASCAR shedding seats amid pricing ‘quagmire’

May 10, 2014 As many as 13 NASCAR speedway tracks, including the Daytona International Speedway, could lose more seats because the facilities have been operating with too much inventory, according to the... more »»

Putting fun in golf for kids

May 9, 2014 Sue Burns from Worthington Golf Course is trying to bridge the gap between the youth of today and future golfers, so she has enlisted the services of area golfers to assist with an event entitled... more »»

3 Buckeyes to be taken in NFL draft

May 8, 2014 When the NFL holds its draft starting tonight, there should be at least three Ohio State names called. more »»

Golf can bring out best, worst

May 7, 2014 It probably has happened to all golfers at one time or anothe. more »»

Don’t put athletes on a pedestal

May 6, 2014 Okay, I’ll admit it, I’m a fan of ESPN’s Outside the Lines. more »»

Albright makes his NFL draft prognostications

May 4, 2014 Now that the combine and players’ Pro Days are over, it is time to draw up Joe Albright’s Mock Draft 2.0. more »»

Handicapping the Derby is like Mission: Impossible

May 3, 2014 Remember Mission: Impossible? Each week, Mr. more »»

Johnson outside looking in

May 3, 2014 Jimmie Johnson has accumulated the most television on-screen time for his sponsors during the first nine NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races of 2014. more »»

Helping out local initiative

May 2, 2014 It never hurts to help out a good cause whenever one can. more »»

Shears’ success on the links

May 1, 2014 Adeena Shears has taken the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour by storm. The tour features 100 events beginning in January and ending on the first day of September. more »»

 
 

 

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