Co-Players of the Year: Julie Guiler (Maysville) and Jessica McKenzie (West Muskingum)
Coach of the Year: Doug Fisher (Sheridan)
1st Team ------------ Jennifer Moody (John Glenn) Julie Guiler (Maysville) Sarah Van Horn (Morgan) Heather Moore (Philo) Amanda Krofft (Sheridan) Jessie Slack (Sheridan) Darcy Williams (Sheridan) Stevi Large (Sheridan) Tricia Smith (Tri-Valley) Lisa Richardson (West Muskingum) Jessica...
Zanesville native Kevin Martin has decided to go pro. The Western Carolina junior submitted the papers needed to go into the NBA Draft. He can still change his mind and go back to school. He hasn't signed with an agent yet. Martin finished second in the nation in scoring this past season at just under 25 points a game.
Snow, snow, go away, come again another day. The white stuff forces the postponement of Tuesday night's DIV regional semifinal battle between Rosecrans and Kidron Central Christian. The game will now be played Wednesday night at Canton Fieldhouse at 8pm.
Columbus had two players that made "The Hockey News" list of players most likely to be traded by the deadline. One of them, Geoff Sanderson, does have to pack his bags. The Blue Jackets send the forward to Vancover for a 3rd-round pick. In an earlier trade, Lasse Pirjeta was sent to Pittsburgh for Brian Holzinger, a former Bowling Green star who won the Hobey Baker Award in 1995 as the nation's top college hockey player.
A new era begins in Cleveland, as the Browns sign Jeff Garcia to a 4-year, $25-million dollar contract. The quarterback's played the last five seasons with San Francisco, throwing for over 3,000 yards in three of those years. Garcia was let go last month by the Niners when the two sides couldn't agree on a renegotiated contract. Garcia will probably replace Tim Couch, the Browns number-one overall pick in 1999. Couch refused a 50% pay cut last week.
An arbitrator in Geneva, Switzerland has ruled that the Russian Ice Hockey Federation violated rules by trying to keep Nikolai Zherdev after Columbus picked the forward with their first pick last year. Therefore, Zherdev will stay with the Blue Jackets. He has 7 goals and 11 assists so far in his rookie season.
Former Cincinnati Reds majority owner Marge Schott died today in a Cincinnati hospital at age 75.
The cause of death was not announced. Schott was a controversial and outspoken owner.
She bought the team in 1984 and sold but one share in 1999.
Though she knew little about baseball, she ran the club tightly. She established an office at the team’s ballpark, required her approval for any expense over 50 dollars, and let her dogs have run of the park. ...