Mooney's C.J. Amill and Poland's Liborio Ricottilli will soon be part of college football's oldest rivalry.
Numbers add up for Bowling Green’s Halfhill
...and the winners for the 2013 Greatest Golfer of the Valley tournament are...
Golfer Jim Cogar of Canfield chips his ball onto the green on the ninth hole of the North Course at Mill Creek Golf Course Friday during the Greatest Golfer of the Valley presented by Farmers National Bank. Cogar shot an 82 and is 12 strokes back of leader Glenn Milton.
Golfers from across Northeast Ohio and Western Pennsylvania descended on Mill Creek Golf Course for the biggest day of Golf in the region.
Ray Vershum of Canfield follows through on his putt on the 12th hole Tuesday afternoon at Trumbull Country Club. Vershum will be one of more than 300 golfers taking the course at Mill Creek today in the Senior division of the Greatest Golfer of the Valley tournament.
Orlando Santiago chips his ball out of the sand trap on the 12th hole Tuesday afternoon at Trumbull Country Club.
Sam Snead set the course record Fitch’s Shushok shoots 80 to win GGOV qualifierof 65 strokes there in 1949.
It was only appropriate that that final match of the inaugural Poland Wrestling Challenge “Battle for the Bone” came down to the two programs who have built the foundation for the success of the opening tournament of the high school season.
Logan Beechy has spent four years in pursuit of a goal.