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Copploe, Stanhope win

Canfield and Badger runners take Suburban League titles.

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SPORTS DIGEST || Cuban donates $10M after workplace probe

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has agreed to contribute $10 million to help further the cause of women in sports and raise awareness about domestic violence after an investigation released Wednesday substantiated numerous incidents of sexual harassment and improper workplace conduct within the franchise going back more than 20 years.


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Kipnis, Indians slam Sox in ninth

Jason Kipnis hit a grand slam with one out in the ninth inning.

Browns speedy WR Callaway to fill Gordon’s role

With Josh Gordon long gone after he and his baggage were jettisoned to the Patriots, the Browns need another dynamic playmaker to stretch the field.

Browns to get look at former USC QB

Sam Darnold once thought he’d be wearing an orange helmet just a few shades brighter than his hair color.

Tribe’s Bauer to return in start against Boston

The Cleveland Indians want Trevor Bauer in their postseason rotation.

Steelers enduring own hard knocks

The Steelers (0-1-1) are winless heading into next Monday’s visit to Tampa Bay.

Archer hits spots as Pirates win five straight

Chris Archer came to Pittsburgh with much fanfare

Irish RB Jones leads reshaped backfield

There doesn’t seem to be a load that Notre Dame running back Tony Jones Jr. cannot handle.

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Cards spike Spartans

Alyssa Householder knows the Canfield volleyball team is at its best when its having fun.

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Bynum leads YSU platoon

Shereif Bynum waited his turn and he’s made the most of it so far.

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Golden Bears enjoying best start

East is off to a 3-1 start and will host Fitch on Friday.

The school district has not identified the coach or their sport. The district learned of the accusation Sept. 12.

Canfield coach placed on leave after unspecified accusation

Steelers coach wants to chat about posts

Mike Tomlin doesn’t like talking about the way his players use social media. The Steelers coach would prefer to stick to football.

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