Saturday marked the first annual Pin Suicide Gable Connors Memorial Scholarship Tournament held at Maysville High School.
Wrestlers from across the region took part to show support for the 10th leading cause of death in America. The tournament is named in honor of head coach Shawn Connors' son, Gable, who died by suicide in 2013.
The Gable Connors Memorial Scholarship Fund raised enough money for all of next year's scholarships. Today's tournament was also able to...
With high school football season right around the corner, the Zanesville Blue Devils took part in an annual tradition that could foreshadow how they will perform this season.
The Blue Devils held there annual 30 Hills coniditioning test Friday morning. This marks the 45th time Zanesville has attacked the 39 yard hill. Nearly 3,000 Blue Devils have tackled 30 hills since 1971.
The Licking County Settlers rallied from an early deficit to dispatch Lorain County, 12-5, from Don Edwards Park Wednesday night. The Settlers have now won four straight, and will host the first-place Hamilton Joes on Thursday night.
The Licking County Settlers defeated the Lorain County Ironmen 7-2 at Don Edwards Stadium. Licking County posted five runs in the third inning for their third win in a row. First baseman Kyle Hubbuch was named Player of the Week for week 5 of the season. Hubbuch led the Settlers in hitting going 10-for-16 with four doubles.
The Junior Pioneers were also victorious defeating the Columbus Zebras 11-5 at Gant Stadium.
BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell has apologized for posting a drawing on Instagram last week showing a police officer getting his throat slashed.
Crowell posted the drawing after men in Louisiana and Minnesota were shot and killed by police. He subsequently deleted the post, but a screenshot continued to be circulated on social media, prompting his apology Monday in which he called it "an extremely poor decision."