The Associated Press came out with a definition earlier in the week saying that a dynasty occurs when a team wins 3 straight championships.
Newark Catholic did so on Saturday... beating N. Lewisburg Triad 3-1. All of the Green Wave's runs came in the first inning, and all were unearned after three errors by the Cardinals. Doug Stevens pitched a complete game, striking out 6. He also drove in a run.
Friday state track action featured plenty of locals, but one "Large" performance stole the show.
Sheridan's Stevi Large broke her personal and school record twice in the shot put. First, she threw the rock almost 45 feet (just over 44-9). That was better than any of the other 16 throwers in the opening flights. However, Trinity's Veronica Jatsek tossed one over 45 feet and 6 inches in the final. Large countered with a throw of 45 feet and 1/2 inch, but ultimately ranked second...
Cicadas, not tigers, dominated Day One of the Memorial.
When the dust cleared, though, it was a Columbus native tied atop the leaderboard. British Open champion Ben Curtis shot 4-under, as did Ernie Els.
However, in case you were wondering about the piercing ring that was audible even on TV, that was the mating call of male cicadas. The bugs come out every 17 years after developing. Golfers were seen swatting away the flying critters.
For the second straight year, Donnie Moran wins the $7000 race at Muskingum County Speedway. Moran won the race in front of family and friends... and on his father Ronnie's track. Ronnie Moran was pleased afterwards, but said he actually preferred to see somebody else win!
Highlights can be seen on Saturday night's 11:00 sports on WHIZ.
Crooksville decided to stay with part of the old as a new football era dawns.
The Ceramics chose Greg Williams as their new head football coach. Williams has been Doug Clifford's assistant the past several years after 4 years assisting Sheridan's Paul Culver. He also played his high-school football at Crooksville. There were only 2 candidates for the job, and both were assistants under Clifford, who resigned last month to concentrate more on his family.
First, no regular draft. Now, no supplemental draft.
And it appears no NFL until 2005.
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals officially overturned a lower court's ruling Monday, preventing Maurice Clarett from entering the NFL this year. Clarett's lawyer, Alan Milstein, said Tuesday that he would prepare a brief for the entire 12-member court.
In its ruling, the three members of the appeals court said federal labor policy allows NFL teams to set rules for when...
Cleveland may not be improving its relations with Tim Couch anytime soon, but it looks like things are improving with Dennis Northcutt. The receiver signs a new three-year deal. No financial details were released, but both Northcutt and head coach Butch Davis seem pleased.
Northcutt was originally scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent this past March, but his agent didn't file the appropriate paperwork in time. Even though Northcutt was coming off a career year, he was...