September 19, 2014

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High school softball: Elyria, Keystone win some, lose some, learn a lot at Classic

ASHLAND — Elyria and Keystone each scored a comeback victory Saturday as the 20th Wendy’s Classic wrapped up at Brookside Park. Playing in separate eight-team pools, the Lorain County schools also lost a Saturday game to split for the day and finish 2-1 for the tournament. Keystone’s first win was an administrative victory, decided by Read More…

Baseball: ’Cats handle the cold, Cards

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SHEFFIELD — Keystone’s Kendle Stiner came up big at the plate and on the mound Wednesday. Stiner’s two-out, two-run single in the top of the first gave the Wildcats the early lead, and he responded with six innings of three-hit, shutout baseball as Keystone downed Brookside 6-3 in Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division play. While Read More…

High school track and field: North Ridgeville boys start strong, win Howe Invitational

HENRIETTA TWP. — It’s early in the high school track season, but the North Ridgeville boys are already in midseason form. Sophomore Jonah Bowden won the shot put and finished second in the discus, while also anchoring a second-place relay as the Rangers took first place at the Nelson Howe Invitational at Firelands High School. Read More…

Police log for March 22, 2013

Lorain police Wednesday, March 20 1:07 p.m. — 2500 block Cromwell Drive, a 29-year-old man who said he had overdosed on heroin was revived by paramedics using Narcan. 1:44 p.m. — 4100 block Riverside Drive, Richard Ellis, 21, 1700 block S. Urban Circle, Lorain, charged with domestic violence but not arrested. Ellis’ girlfriend said he Read More…

Police log for March 8, 2013

Elyria police Wednesday, March 6 10:25 a.m. — 1300 block Lake Ave., theft of copper pipes from a vacant home. 11:30 a.m. — 1000 block N. Abbe Road, reported theft of two drills from a construction site at Lorain County Community College. 2:07 p.m. — 700 block Lowell St., a reported fight ensued at the Read More…

Keystone hopes bus comes from can-do effort

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LAGRANGE — The community is donating everything from cans to scrap metal to some really offbeat items in hopes of raising a substantial sum of money to go toward a new school bus. Some folks have become quite creative when it comes to donations, according to Margaret Miller, transportation supervisor for Keystone Schools who got Read More…

High school wrestling: Elyria’s Armando Torres enjoying the view as a state finalist

COLUMBUS — The only thing Elyria junior Armando Torres struggled to control Friday was keeping the smile off his face. Torres escaped with a 4-3 victory over Mount Vernon senior Dakota Riley in the morning’s quarterfinal, then breezed to a 5-0 win over Cincinnati Moeller sophomore Conner Ziegler in the semifinals to earn a spot Read More…

Police log for March 1, 2013

LaGrange police Friday, Feb. 22 6 p.m. — Credit Union, 133 Commerce Drive, suspicious vehicle in the parking lot. The vehicle was gone before officers arrived. Sunday, Feb. 24 3:30 p.m. — 300 block Opportunity Way, rescue squad requested assistance with a combative patient. Tuesday, Feb. 26 2 p.m. — Opportunity Way, Keystone High School, Read More…

LaGrange employee earnings

LaGrange top 10 earners The top 10 wage earners for LaGrange in 2012: Walter Sukey, village administrator, $63,155.70 Daniel Moore, police chief, $52,355.75 Charles Duensing, police sergeant, $49,962.80 Michael Savetski, police patrolman, $44,088.83 Wayne Ramsey, police patrolman, $43,978.14 Greg Yuronich, water/wastewater superintendent, $43,925.64 Jon Clark, solicitor, $40,000 David Thompson, police patrolman, $38,429.53 Chris Secrist, maintenance Read More…

Division III district wrestling: Black River’s Sebastian Vidika repeats, leads eight to state

GARFIELD HTS. — When the dust settled for Lorain County at the Division III district tournament at Garfield Heights High, the numbers went as follows: Eight state qualifiers, four wrestling programs and one district champion. Black River junior 106-pounder Sebastian Vidika, who became a two-time district champion Saturday night, highlighted the list of the area’s Read More…