September 2, 2014

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Frank N. Satorius

Frank N. Satorius, 78, of Sheffield Village, passed away Monday, October 7, 2013 at St. John Medical Center, following a long illness. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by The Laubenthal-Mercado Funeral Home of Elyria, 440-322-4626.

Robert Alan Standen, Sr.

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Robert Alan Standen, Sr., of Strongsville, 68, died Sunday, October 6, 2013, peacefully with family at his side, after a courageous battle against cancer. He was the cherished husband of Ginny (Stauder) for 47 years; beloved father of Robert Jr. (Lori) of O’Fallon, Missouri and Brian (Kathy) of Medina; dear devoted grandfather of Matthew, Lindsey, Read More…

High school volleyball: Despite loss to Bay, EC wins WSC title

Elyria Catholic High School junior Allie Kaminski, center, hits the ball over the net as Bay High School sophomore McKenna Coyle and senior Savannah Skelly on Tuesday. KRISTIN BAUER | CHRONICLE

ELYRIA — Maybe it was the emotion of Senior Night. Perhaps it was the extended freshman and junior varsity games that caused a delay to the start of the varsity match. It’s even probable that the inspired play of visiting Bay had a lot to do with it. Whatever the reasons, Elyria Catholic suffered a Read More…

Girls golf: Avon Lake’s Niki Schroeder wins Division I district title

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MASSILLON — Northeast Ohio has its share of elite talent with Geneva’s Danielle Nicholson, Massillon Jackson’s Landrie Grace and Cassie Pantelas, Magnificat’s Jillian Hollis, Highland’s Chloe McKinzie and Kent Roosevelt’s Nielsen sisters. None of them came close Tuesday to matching Avon Lake junior Niki Schroeder at the Legends of Massillon Division I district tournament. The Read More…

Browns tight end Cameron looking to shed basketball title

Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron looks to fend off Buffalo Bills outside linebacker Jerry Hughes on a reception good for a first down. (AP Photo/David Richard)

Basketball players don’t butt heads with 300-pound defensive linemen. They don’t take a helmet to the ribs after they catch a pass. They don’t wake up with bruises and welts after every game. “Frankly, I’m tired of hearing about basketball,” Browns tight end Jordan Cameron said recently. “I’m not a basketball player. I’m a football Read More…

Brown feels right at home as Cavs win preseason opener

Cleveland Cavaliers coach Mike Brown appeared in his first game since being fired. The Cavaliers won 99-87. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

CLEVELAND — Mike Brown looked and sounded like he did when he coached the Cavs from 2005-10. In his first game at Quicken Loans Arena since being fired by the Cavs following an Eastern Conference semifinal playoff series loss to the Boston Celtics, Brown preached defense throughout Tuesday night in his team’s 99-87 victory over Read More…