Reporting prep results

Reporting prep results

The Vindicator encourages coaches and statisticians to report prep results by email ( or fax (330-747-6712).

Phone calls (330-747-1478) are also acceptable but emails and faxes are strongly preferred. Deadline is 10:30 p.m. Late results will be published the following day.

Votaw wins Crazy Lenny’s 5K


Doug Votaw edged out defending champion Jonathon Bohla to win the 33rd Crazy Lenny’s New Year’s Eve 5K with a time of 18:44.

Bohla, who ran shirtless in 22-degree temperatures, finished second in 18:49 and Scott Dunham was third, also finishing in 18:49.

Mark Rogenski won the master’s men’s crown in 24:49. Tom Grantonic won the grandmasters title in 19:38.

Former Poland runner and current YSU runner Libby Rogenski won on the women’s side in 20:40. Former Poland track runner and current master’s runner Karen Grantonic won the grand masters title on the female side. Wilma DePiore was once again the first female masters runner in 23:02.

Wrestling event set for Jan. 25


Wrestling champion Shawn Blaze, Marcus Knight, The Bouncer, Flea, Angeldust, Tuff Tina, Aftermath and Campbell’s own Curt Fury will perform at Real Action Pro Wrestling “Frost Bite” event on Jan. 25 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 159 Reed Avenue.

Doors open at 6 p.m. with the first bout at 7. Presale tickets are $8 and are available at the West Side Pizza Joe’s. Tickets at the door are $10 for adults and $8 for children.

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No. 21 San Diego State beats Colorado State


Xavier Thames scored 23 points to help No. 21 San Diego State fend off Colorado State 71-61 on Wednesday night for its 10th straight win.

Winston Shepard scored 17 points and Josh Davis had seven points and 15 rebounds for the Aztecs (11-1, 1-0 Mountain West), which won its seventh straight conference opener in tying the second-best 12-game start in school history.

The Aztecs dominated Colorado State (9-5, 0-1) in the paint, outscoring the Rams 40-16 inside and out-shooting them from the field 48.2 percent to 38.5.

Schumacher stable but injury still critical


Formula One great Michael Schumacher’s condition was stable but still critical overnight as he remained unconscious following a brain injury suffered in a skiing accident, his manager said Wednesday.

Sabine Kehm told reporters that his condition has not changed since doctors said he showed small signs of improvement on Tuesday, following his second operation.

Schumacher, who turns 45 on Friday, suffered critical head injuries when he fell and struck a rock while skiing Sunday morning during a family vacation at Meribel in the French Alps. His 14-year-old son, Mick, was with him in a group of friends when the accident happened in a small, rock-strewn area of open ground between two groomed pistes.

Arbitrator to rule soon in Alex Rodriguez case


Arbitrator Fredric Horowitz is expected to rule at any time on Alex Rodriguez’s appeal of his 211-game suspension, which was imposed last August by Major League Baseball after its Biogenesis investigation into performance-enhancing drugs.

The Yankees’ third baseman was cited for violations of the joint drug agreement and Basic Agreement between MLB and the players’ association. MLB claimed Rodriguez possessed and used PEDs received from Anthony Bosch, founder of the former anti-aging clinic in Miami known as Biogenesis.

Staff/wire reports

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