December 22, 2014

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Charles E. Redden

Charles E. Redden, 60, of Oberlin, died Friday, November 30, 2012, at home. Arrangement will be announced by Cowling Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Oberlin.

Roy H. “Sonny” Canterbury

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Roy H. “Sonny” Canterbury, 68, of Lorain, passed away Wednesday, November 28, 2012, at Mercy Regional Medical Center, after a brief illness. Roy was born July 25, 1944 in Corton, West Virginia, to Lloyd and Parma (nee Parker) Canterbury. He attended Brookside High School. Roy began working for the Nordson Corporation in 1968, as a Read More…

William R. Spencer

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William R. Spencer, 70, of Columbia Station, passed away Wednesday, November 28, 2012. He was a 1961 graduate of Spencer High School and a U.S. Marine Corps Veteran. He retired in 2001 from Ford Motor Company. He was an avid runner and New York Yankee fan and a longtime member of Cleveland Baptist Church. He Read More…

Boys basketball: Elyria gets defensive in opener, forces 33 turnovers in win over Midview

EATON TWP. — Brett Larrick wasn’t real confident as his Elyria Pioneers opened the season at Midview on Friday night. “We haven’t been extremely happy with our practices and some of our scrimmages,” Larrick said. “We haven’t played that hard the whole time.” Friday was different. Perhaps it was playing on the same floor they Read More…

Boys basketball: Big third quarter carries Clearview past Elyria Catholic

LORAIN — Elyria Catholic was hoping for a season opener to remember. Instead it got a third quarter to forget. Clearview dominated the third period, connecting on 10 of 14 shots from the field to turn around an eight-point halftime deficit en route to a 78-69 season-opening win at Szalay Memorial Gym. Daimon Knowles scored Read More…

Gee in right place at right time, turns miss into game-winning basket as Cavs edge Hawks

ATLANTA — Dion Waiters’ shot worked more like a Hail Mary pass, and Alonzo Gee was in position to make the winning catch. Gee scored on a putback with less than a second remaining, lifting the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 113-111 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Friday night that snapped a four-game losing streak. Read More…

Browns: Perfect season could be perfect time for Phil Dawson to make first Pro Bowl

BEREA — Though Phil Dawson long ago established himself as the best kicker in Browns history, he has never played in the Pro Bowl. Cleveland punter Reggie Hodges is doing his best to change that. Hodges has launched a “Dawson 4 Pro Bowl” campaign on his Twitter page, encouraging Browns fans to cast as many Read More…

High school wrestling: Defending champ Amherst off to good start at K of C tournament

AVON LAKE — After one day of the 32nd annual Knights of Columbus Wrestling Tournament at Avon Lake High School, Amherst is right where it wants to be: at the top of the standings and in good shape to defend its title. The Comets outscored the 14 other teams in the field with 115 points Read More…

Boys basketball: Amherst uses full arsenal to down Oberlin in season opener

OBERLIN — Amherst had all of its weapons ready Friday night for its season opener. First the Comets fired off a long-range bombardment, followed by a stifling defensive stand and then used precision shooting from the foul line to finish Oberlin in a 62-53 non-conference win. The Comets came out firing from behind the 3-point Read More…

Coroner’s records: Slaying victim was dismembered

LORAIN — Catherine “Kat” Hoholski’s body was dismembered after she was killed in June, according to the Lorain County coroner’s office. The coroner’s case file, which The Chronicle-Telegram reviewed Friday, indicated that Hoholski’s legs were severed below the waist and that her left arm was missing from the plastic storage container where her decomposed remains Read More…