MARION — The Northmor wrestling squad captured its third tournament team title of the season after winning the 36th annual Sally George Invitational on Saturday.
Jan. 31Boys BasketballColonel Crawford 53, Bucyrus 39Carey 75, Crestline 45Buckeye Central 51, Ridgedale 37Wynford 60, Mohawk 45
By ROB HAMILTONNorthmor was able to avenge an early-season loss against Blue Division-leading Cardington Saturday afternoon by a 45-39 margin.
COLUMBUS — The Columbus Blue Jackets have activated defenseman Ryan Murray off injured reserve and assigned right wing Josh Anderson to their American Hockey League affiliate in Springfield, Massachusetts.
CLEVELAND — LeBron James met with Cavaliers team doctors Friday night to decide if he would play after missing a game because of a sprained right wrist.The decision was easy.
MINNEAPOLIS — In six seasons in Minnesota, Kevin Love witnessed how warmly the fans greeted former Timberwolves star Kevin Garnett each time he came back to town.
COLUMBUS — Ohio State's board of trustees has altered the contract of athletic director Gene Smith to pay him the same amount without incentives of about $18,000 for each Big Ten championship won by Buckeyes teams and...
COLUMBUS — Ohio State's 2015 football recruits, most of whom will sign national letters of intent on Wednesday, don't impress the recruiting analysts as much as the Buckeyes' last two classes.
MARION — Seven Northmor wrestlers have advanced to the semifinals of the 36th Sally George Invitational. The two-day tournament opened Friday and will continue on Saturday at Pleasant High School in Marion.
Jan. 30Boys BasketballBuckeye Valley 60, Galion 55Fredericktown 53, Northmor 35Madison 62, Clear Fork 52Mount Gilead 48, Highland 41
By ROB HAMILTONMount Gilead was able to finish strongly to thwart a Highland rally in taking a 48-41 road win Friday night.
Tickets for the 2015 race season at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, one of North America's most competitive race tracks, will go on sale Feb. 2 at 10 a.m. ET. Four spectator events highlight the historic track's 2015 season schedule, with...
By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comNorthmor battled back in the fourth quarter to edge host Mount Gilead 36-35 in a come-from-behind victory.
The Galion Community Center YMCA was a busy place last night as community leaders checked out the facility's face lift. Attendees could not stop talking about just how different it looked, after months of renovation work.
SUNRISE, Fla. — The puck and the blade of the opponent's stick converged on Sean Bergenheim in front of the net at almost the same time.
MINNEAPOLIS — In the throes of a sometimes-contentious negotiation on a contract extension with the Timberwolves, Ricky Rubio sat down at a table and started to recount the reasons he wanted to stay in Minnesota.
COLUMBUS — Ohio State coach Thad Matta has been wondering about his team's toughness.Not anymore.
CLEVELAND — Browns receiver Josh Gordon said on Thursday that his latest trouble with the NFL results from having a few drinks with teammates.
Wednesday, Feb. 4• Ridgedale at Cardington, bowling, 4 p.m.• OHSAA Division III state duals regional semifinals and finals at Northmor, wrestling, 6 p.m.
By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comNorthmor cruised through the first two rounds of the Region 21-A competition in the state duals on Wednesday, topping Columbus Academy 63-16 and Coshocton 60-18.
By ROB HAMILTONMCSSports@civitasmedia.comIn the Division III state dual meet tournament, Fredericktown fell in their first match in the Region 21-A quarterfinals to Coshocton by a 37-34 margin.
DARKE COUNTY — The Light Foundation is sending two fans to Super Bowl XLIX through a raffle that Matt Light hopes will raise more than $130,000 for his foundation.
DARKE COUNTY — The ridiculous controversy surrounding the New England Patriots leading up to Super Bowl XLIX would make a victory even sweeter, former Patriot left tackle Matt Light said.
CLEVELAND — Kyrie Irving clapped his hands as he walked to the middle of the locker room unaware of the surprise his teammates had in store for him.
PHOENIX — Criticized for its own handling of head injuries, the NFL launched an extensive lobbying campaign to pass laws protecting kids who get concussions while playing sports. The result: Within just five years, every state had a law on the...