August 23, 2014

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Launey J. Dovin

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Launey J. Dovin, 71, of Amherst, passed away Saturday, October 12, 2013 at New Life Hospice Residential Center, Lorain, following a lengthy illness. Born January 2, 1942 in Lorain, he moved to Amherst in 2003. Launey graduated from Borromeo High School, Wickliffe in 1959 then from Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science in 1962. In 1966 Read More…

Lanny D. Gullion III “Lance”

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Lanny D. Gullion III “Lance”, 19, lifelong resident of Grafton, passed away unexpectedly Thursday, October 10, 2013. He was born in Elyria on June 13, 1994. Lance was a 2012 graduate of ECOT and enjoyed hunting, snowmobiling, camping and riding motorcycles. Left to cherish his memory are his parents, Lanny D. Gullion II (father); Barbara Read More…

Luther V. Eaglen

Luther V. Eaglen, 47, of Richwood, West Virginia, passed away Friday, October 11, 2013 at Akron City Hospital. He was born in Medina, June 29, 1966, to James and Laverna Everett Eaglen. Survivors include his daughter, Heather Eaglen of Elyria; son, Earl (Christi) Eaglen of Elyria; step grandchildren, Christina, Stephen and Deeanna Hammond; brother, David Read More…

Nancy A. Mooers

Nancy A. Mooers (nee Feckner), 68, of Cleveland, passed away Sunday, October 13, 2013 at Good Samaritan Nursing Center in Avon, following a long illness. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by The Laubenthal-Mercado Funeral Home and Cremation Service of Elyria, (440) 322-4626.

Lions 31, Browns 17: QB Brandon Weeden throws terrible 4th-quarter interception, Detroit dominates 2nd half, win streak snapped at 3

Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden throws against the Detroit Lions Sunday in Cleveland. Detroit won 31-17. (AP Photo/David Richard)

CLEVELAND — As the ball floated toward the sideline it would never reach, quarterback Brandon Weeden was spun into the FirstEnergy Stadium turf. From the seat of his pants he quickly realized what he had just done. “It was just a boneheaded play,” he said. That’s one adjective for it. Weeden tried to flip the Read More…

Brian Dulik: Another shaky performance guarantees Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden will keep hearing the boos

Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden had a golden opportunity to silence his critics Sunday afternoon. Instead, his ears wound up ringing with a familiar sound: Well-deserved boos from a sellout crowd at FirstEnergy Stadium. Weeden threw two costly interceptions — one of them blooper-reel quality — as the Detroit Lions scored 24 unanswered points in a Read More…

Browns notes: Cleveland runs away from running game despite strong first half on the ground

Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden (3) and tackle Mitchell Schwartz (72) during an NFL football game against the Detroit Lions Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013 in Cleveland. Detroit won 31-17. (AP Photo/David Richard)

CLEVELAND — The Browns rushed for a season-high 126 yards and averaged 6.0 yards per carry in Sunday’s 31-17 loss to the Detroit Lions. Strangely, though, Cleveland offensive coordinator Norv Turner chose to abandon the ground game in the second half as his team failed to score a point. The Browns logged only five carries Read More…

Browns’ defense just wants to forget bad second half vs. Lions

Detroit Lions tight end Brandon Pettigrew leaps over Cleveland Browns strong safety T.J. Ward on a fourth-quarter pass reception Sunday. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)

CLEVELAND — The Browns’ fourth-ranked defense had Calvin Johnson under control and for the first half contained Reggie Bush. The second half was a whole different story. Johnson hauled in just three catches on eight targets for 25 yards, but running back Reggie Bush did more than enough to pick up the slack. The versatile Read More…

ALCS: David Ortiz plays hero with grand slam in eighth; Red Sox finish off Tigers in ninth to even series at a game each

Boston Red Sox's David Ortiz celebrates at the home plate with Dustin Pedroia after hitting a grand slam home run in the eighth inning against the Detroit Tigers.(AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

BOSTON — David Ortiz’s line drive sailed just beyond Torii Hunter’s reach and into the Boston bullpen, sending the Tigers right fielder flopping headfirst over the wall after it. With one swing, the Red Sox slugger turned everything upside-down. Ortiz’s grand slam erased an eighth-inning deficit and ended Detroit’s unprecedented run of pitching dominance, and Read More…