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Police log for June 21, 2013

Elyria police Tuesday, June 18 11:34 a.m. — 100 block Clark St., a resident said he found his garden hose was swollen and believes his next door neighbors are stealing his water because their home has been foreclosed on and their water has been cut off. 2:50 p.m. — 1000 block Barbara St., a woman Read More…

Police log for June 14, 2013

Elyria police Tuesday, June 11 3:36 p.m. — 300 block East Ave., reported burglary of an apartment. 6 p.m. — 900 block West River Road, N., a 16-year-old boy arrested and charged with domestic violence for allegedly assaulting his mother. The boy’s mother told police her son grabbed her wrist and swung it toward her Read More…

One more double: Elyria High’s Caitlyn Minney first to win Miss Softball and Lorain County coaches’ top player award

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WELLINGTON — She spent two seasons with Elyria, pitched the Pioneers to two conference and two district championships, led them through two regionals into a pair of Division I Final Four appearances and, this year, to the state championship game. On Tuesday night at Wellington Community Park she received two prestigious awards at the annual Read More…

High school baseball: Midview’s Eric Lauer, Firelands’ Joe San Felippo, Elyria Catholic’s Joey Begany and Keystone’s Tyler Gulett make first team All-Ohio

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Four area high school baseball players received All-Ohio first-team honors this week from the Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Association. Midview’s Eric Lauer made it in Division I, Joe San Felippo of Firelands in Division II, and Keystone’s Tyler Gullett and Elyria Catholic’s Joey Begany in Division III. The All-Ohio award caps a terrific career Read More…

Keystone Middle School student wins Lorain County young author award

Carter McCartney and his grandfather, John Frances Shank Sr., during happier times.

LAGRANGE — Carter McCartney may only be 11, but so far, he has authored three books for his school’s annual Young Author’s Conference. And all the books have been about a special person in Carter’s life — his grandpa John Frances Shank Sr. Speaking in a soft voice, Carter explained that his grandpa was diagnosed Read More…

Police log for June 7, 2013

Elyria police Wednesday, June 5 6:53 a.m. — 200 block Winckles St., a company van at Smink Electric was broken into. Police said there was damage to the door frame and a window of the vehicle. 7:18 a.m. — 1300 block S. Abbe Road, a woman told police someone sprayed with word “Crip” with white Read More…

All-Ohio softball: Elyria’s Caitlyn Minney, Avon Lake’s Annie Wennerberg and Clearview’s Sarah Kaya make first team

There are three more Lorain County softball pitchers who can add the words first-team All-Ohio to their impressive list of accomplishments. Elyria senior Caitlyn Minney and Avon Lake senior Annie Wennerberg were named first-team in Division I by the Ohio High School Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association, while Clearview junior Sarah Kaya made it in Division Read More…

High school baseball: Keystone’s third straight trip to regionals sparks high expectations

When most people think of Keystone spring sports, the softball team is the first one that comes to mind. Countless regional and state tournament berths, along with several state championships, have given the Wildcats softball team a legacy that has stood the test of time. Now their counterparts on the baseball diamond are building a Read More…

Division II district track: Keystone, Vermilion girls have big days, combine for seven wins

EATON TWP. — The Keystone and Vermilion girls flexed their muscles Saturday, combining for seven first-place finishes to lead area teams at the Division II district track and field championships. The Keystone girls chalked up four firsts and three seconds as they qualified 10 out of 17 events to next week’s Bedford Regional. Vermilion had Read More…

Division II district track: Vermilion girls nab two of four regional berths in high jump

EATON TWP. — Advancing to regionals is always nice, but to do it with a teammate makes the feat that much sweeter. Vermilion’s Hannah Bartlome and Mallory Morris qualified to next week’s regional meet after earning two of the four berths up for grabs in the high jump Thursday on the first day of the Read More…