Waterford downs Portsmouth Clay in semifinal district News, Sports, Jobs

Waterford downs Portsmouth Clay in semifinal district  News, Sports, Jobs

Portsmouth Clay’s Shea Edgington, right, avoids a tag from Waterford catcher Josie Elliott during Wednesday’s district semifinal softball game at Rio Grande. Waterford won, 11-7. (Photo by Jordan Holland) RIO GRANDE, Ohio – There could potentially be an all-Washington County district championship softball game at 2 pm Saturday at the University of Rio Grande. Waterford … Read more

Phantoms announce new head coach Ryan Ward | News, Sports, Jobs

YOUNGSTOWN – The Youngstown Phantoms announced Tuesday that Ryan Ward would be taking over as head coach this upcoming season. Ward has been floating around the hockey world since 2008 and got his start as a video coach for the New York Islanders. Since then, he’s made multiple stops and has spent time with the … Read more

NYSEF hires Stiegler to lead men’s FIS program | News, Sports, Jobs

Seppi Stiegler. (Provided photo) The New York Ski Educational Foundation recently announced that Seppi Stiegler will take over as the head coach for the men’s Alpine. Stiegler will now lead the International Ski Federation men’s preparation and competition programming at NYSEF and Northwood School, which includes overseeing strength and conditioning, on-snow training and ongoing equipment … Read more

CC counts on team for boys victory | News, Sports, Jobs

Mirror photo by Patrick Waksmunski Central Cambria’s Jon Wess (left) edged 2nd place Bellwood Antis’ Hunter Shawley (right) and 3rd place teammate Ben Grata (center) in the 110 meter hurdles with a time of 15.20 By Michael Boytim [email protected] The Central Cambria boys track and field team took home another District 6 Class 2A championship … Read more

Kanuch’s belief in his Lady Eagles pays off in win | News, Sports, Jobs

Mirror photo by Patrick Waksmunski Central Cambria’s Faith Wilson (left) and teammate Stella Kuntz placed 2nd and 3rd respectively in the 1600 meter run. By Michael Boytim [email protected] Some teams win district track and field titles due to depth and others do it with a smaller group of very special athletes. Tyrone pulled off the … Read more

Malkin, Letang want to stay put News, Sports, Jobs

Malkin The Associated Press PITTSBURGH – Evgeni Malkin wants to stay in Pittsburgh. So does Chris Letang. There’s comfort in the only NHL city they’ve ever called home. Success too. That’s why neither three-time Stanley Cup champion has ever hit the open market during their long careers. Until now, anyway. While Malkin and Letang hoped … Read more

FINDING THE LIGHT News, Sports, Jobs

Submitted photo: Julian Dismute, a 2009 Fort Dodge Senior High graduate, speaks to a business group during a recent session. WEST DES MOINES – Julian Dismute had to visit some dark places in order to find the true light – and meaning – in his life. Today, Dismute – a 2009 Fort Dodge Senior High … Read more

Hughesville’s Mark Heckel has dedicated years to track and field News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO PROVIDED Mark Heckel (right), a Hughesville resident and Lock Haven High School graduate, has dedicated years to the sport of track and field both as a competitor and an official. Mark Heckel was in Charlotte, NC, competing at the USATF Masters Outdoor Championships, but he wasn’t doing as well as he wanted to. He … Read more

A Middleton return questionable even if Milwaukee had advanced | News, Sports, Jobs

AP photo Milwaukee Bucks ‘Khris Middleton tries to get past Chicago Bulls’ Patrick Williams during the first half of Game 2 of their first round NBA playoff basketball game April 20 in Milwaukee. MILWAUKEE (AP) – Khris Middleton might not have been available for the Eastern Conference finals even if the Milwaukee Bucks had made … Read more

Williamstown girls blow away regional field News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by Jay W. Bennett Wood County Christian’s Michael Cline, left, runs alongside Wheeling Central’s Aidan Scott in the 3200s during Friday’s Class A, Region I meet in St. Louis. Marys. Cline won the race in a Region I record time of 10 minutes, 11.44 seconds. ST. MARYS – Numerous Class A, Region I track … Read more