November 27, 2014

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Gloria E. Pasenow

Gloria E. Pasenow, 80, of Wakeman, died Saturday, December 29, 2007 at Norwalk Memorial Home after a lengthy illness. She was born in Elyria, daughter of the late Ernest and Dorothy (Leppin) Williams. She lived in Elyria until moving to Clarksfield in 1968. She was a former member of the Grace Lutheran Church in Elyria Read More…

Coughlin: Taking a look at the year 2018

Since this is the last time you will hear from me this year, let’s perpetuate a whimsical tradition. Here’s my view of future sports, not just next year, but 10 years from now. January Cavs coach, general manager and leading scorer LeBron James launches a record label called Witness Productions. Its first project is a Read More…

Cavaliers stung with road loss to Hornets

NEW ORLEANS — A visit from LeBron James produced the first sellout in New Orleans Arena this season. The 17,623 fans who showed up perhaps noticed there was something else worth watching. Namely, their own team.David West had 27 points and 15 rebounds, leading the New Orleans Hornets to their fifth straight victory, 86-76 over Read More…

Elyria wins third straight Lorain County Holiday Classic

ELYRIA — Demetrius Dalton knows his spot on the floor. Get the ball to the 5-foot-9 Elyria senior somewhere at the top of the 3-point arc and he’ll usually drain it. Saturday, he made the most memorable shot of his career with two seconds left in overtime to give the Pioneers a 79-78 win over Read More…

Southview uses rebounding to capture DiFranco Memorial

GRAFTON — Southview coach Andy Bastock had his finger on the right button before his Saints hit the basketball floor. Rebounding, he figured, would be the key to winning the Bob DiFranco Memorial basketball tournament at Kubuski Gymnasium on Saturday night. Boy, was he right. Bastock’s Saints controlled the glass, 47-21, and had 21 offensive Read More…

Avon Lake captures Avon Holiday tournament

AVON — Holiday tournaments rarely leave a deep imprint on the memory bank of a team. Avon Lake, though, certainly remembers last year’s trip to Avon. In the first round of the Avon Holiday Tournament, the Shoremen stumbled through one of their worst offensive performances of the year, a 46-36 stunner to the host Eagles. Read More…

Elyria Catholic girls claim own basketball tournament

ELYRIA — Quick, get Guinness on the phone. It’s probably not a record, but best to double check. Between them, Elyria Catholic and Buckeye committed 50 turnovers and took 64 foul shots Saturday afternoon. That’ll slow things down. Somewhere in there they also got in a basketball game, which the EC girls won 60-43 to Read More…