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Archives for October 15, 2013

Charles Richard Sanders, Jr.

Charles Richard Sanders, Jr., 65, of Summersville, formerly of North Ridgeville, died Thursday, October 10, 2013 in the Summersville Regional Medical Center. He was the son of the late Charles Richard, Sr. and Leona W. Jensen Sanders and was born at Cleveland on April 14, 1948. He was a retired metal fabricator for the S.P.E.C. Read More…

Nancy A. Mooers

Nancy A. Mooers, (nee Feckner), 68, of Cleveland, passed away Sunday, October 13, 2013, at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home in Avon, following a long illness. She was born December 16, 1944 in Cleveland and was a Cleveland resident for most of her life. Nancy enjoyed shopping, boating, and spending time with her family. Survivors Read More…

Edna Levandoski

Edna Levandoski of Hinckley, passed away peacefully Sunday, October 13, 2013 at the age of 95 in the tender care of Hospice of Medina County and Happy Days Eldercare. She leaves our world to join her beloved husband Clyde, a marriage of 58 years till his passing in 2005. Edna grew up in Grafton, where Read More…

Ernest E. Geiswite

Ernest E. Geiswite, 86, of North Ridgeville, passed away Sunday, October 13, 2013 at his home after a lengthy illness. He was born February 7, 1927 in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania and has lived in North Ridgeville for the past 50 years. He served in the United States Navy during World War II. He was a truck Read More…

Division II sectional volleyball: Keystone sweeps Brookside out of tournament, gets revenge for tough earlier loss

PARMA HEIGHTS — It was just over a week ago that Keystone jumped out to a 2-0 lead at Brookside, only to see the Cardinals rally for a thrilling come-from-behind win in five games. In the first round of the Division II sectional Monday at Holy Name High School, the Patriot Athletic Conference foes went Read More…

HS Volleyball: Midview, Lorain advance past Avon, North Ridgeville

EATON TWP. — North Ridgeville and Avon took different routes Monday, but both arrived at the same disappointing destination. The Rangers fell behind early and never found a rhythm in a three-set loss to Lorain, while Avon won the first set, then saw a pair of rallies fall short in dropping the next three sets Read More…

(Updated) Browns coach Rob Chudzinski sticks with QB Brandon Weeden as starter

BEREA – Coach Rob Chudzinski is sticking with quarterback Brandon Weeden. Despite him falling to 0-3 as the starter with a 31-17 loss to the Lions on Sunday. Despite the logic-defying interception on a backhanded flip in the fourth quarter. With veteran Jason Campbell sitting on the bench with 31 career wins in 71 starts. Read More…

Alonzo Gee wants to be the Cavaliers’ three: Battle for starting small forward position remains wide open

INDEPENDENCE — Alonzo Gee will get his first real chance to show he deserves to be the Cavaliers’ starting small forward when Cleveland hosts the Charlotte Bobcats in preseason action tonight at the Canton Memorial Civic Center. Gee missed exhibition wins over Milwaukee and Orlando due to right hamstring soreness, but will likely start tonight Read More…

Girls soccer: Avon Lake shuts out Elyria in Division I sectional opener, snaps tournament drought

AVON LAKE — Avon Lake needed a break. Winners of just one game entering Monday’s Division I sectional opener against Elyria, the Shoregals just needed something to go right. And boy did it: Avon Lake got on the board — a goal that proved to be the eventual game-winner — on a shot that the Read More…

College football: Ohio State back at work and still hungry, despite extra time off to rest, ‘eat like kings’

COLUMBUS — After a six-week blitz, it was time for No. 4 Ohio State to take a much-deserved break. “Six tough games including back-to-back primetime games against ranked opponents,” coach Urban Meyer said Monday. “I told them we would take care of them if they won, and they did a good job.” So the Buckeyes Read More…