D'Angelo Russell didn't spend much time at Ohio State University, but his limited college experience paid off in a major way Thursday evening.
The Ashland Arrow boys basketball team will be led by a familiar face as Jason Hess takes over for Tim Fralick, who stepped down after five seasons as coach. Hess a 2000 Ashland grad and NAIA All-American at Malone College will step up to varsity head coach after five years as an assistant to Fralick.
It's been an awful long time since fans in the city of Cleveland have experienced a championship season by their professional sports teams. In fact, the city has the longest drought in between championship seasons ever recorded in U.S.A. professional sports history.
There once was a time when baseball was called "base ball", players on both sides were cheered by spectators and the game was only played by "true gentlemen." The Ohio Village Muffins, a vintage base ball team formed in 1981, tries to recreate that time by playing the game as it once was.
The Blessed to Run track team strives to improve young athletes both on and off the track this summer. Coached by Tyree Shine, his faith-based program competes at a high level and is sure to prepare anybody looking to run at the next level. The team will be competing in the AAU Regional track meet held in West Virginia this upcoming weekend.
Colby Bright has stepped into the position of boys varsity basketball coach at Galion where he graduated from in 2002. Bright comes back home after coaching one year at Crestline taking the Bulldogs to a record of 4- 18. Prior to that Bright was JV coach at Galion during the 2013-'14 season. Bright takes over for Ed Rich, who accepted the same position at Bellevue.