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Tribe bats go quiet in 2-1 loss to Mariners - Canton Repository
Taijuan Walker allowed two hits over eight strong innings, Seth Smith hit a two-run homer, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Cleveland Indians 2-1 Friday night. Walker (2-5) got his first win since April 27 with one of the best starts of the 22-year-old ...
Green's Erickson makes history, reaches state track meet - Canton Repository
Macee Erickson appears ready to follow in the footsteps of Green’s most successful pole vaulters. Erickson became the second vaulter in three days to set a record during Friday’s Division I regional track and field meet. Her winning jump of 12 feet, 9 ...
Jackson girls lacrosse falls in state semifinal - Canton Repository
Despite a strong offensive performances by Julia Hartnett and Megan Furbay, Jackson’s season came to an end in the OSLA state semifinals. Cincinnati Sycamore edged the Polar Bears 11-10. Hartnett, a sophomore midfielder, scored four goals to lead Jackson.
No state repeat for Jackson after regional final loss - Canton Repository
A strong Aurora pitching staff and the spacious confines of Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium proved too much for Jackson to overcome Friday. The Greenmen (22-5) used a hefty dose of strong defense and clutch pitching to shut out the Polar Bears 3-0 in a ...
Aquinas girls sweep Division III track relays, easily win team title - Canton Repository
Going into regionals, the St. Thomas Aquinas Knights had a simple plan; get as many girls to state as possible. They did that, and then some. The Knights swept the relays to go with a couple individual wins to pull away to a Division III team championship ...
Too many mistakes hurt Canton South in regional final loss - Canton Repository
Gathering together one last time in the dugout this baseball season, the Canton South Wildcats didn’t need to rehash how their season ended. They all knew too many mistakes added up to their frustrating 8-4 loss to Poland in the Division II regional ...
On bad innings dooms Aquinas in regional final loss - Canton Repository
One bad inning can’t undo two months of great baseball. It can wreak havoc on one game, though. St. Thomas Aquinas saw its season come undone in the fourth inning of Friday’s 9-3 loss to Berlin Center Western Reserve at The Pipe Yard Stadium in the ...
GlenOak's Hall sweeps hurdle events at D-I regional meet - Canton Repository
Kyle Hall had one win in his pocket and another state berth in his sights. As the GlenOak senior headed into the homestretch of the 300-meter hurdles, a sweep appeared inevitable. Hall brushed aside an early deficit to post back-to-back hurdles wins at ...
Jackson boys tennis team sends three to state semifinals - Canton Repository
Jackson’s Joey Thomas and doubles team Anthony Kanam and Jake Zalenski advanced to today’s state tennis tournament semifinals following two victories Friday in Columbus. Thomas made short work of his first-round opponent, Vandalia Butler’s Justice ...
Boy accused of forcing younger boy to perform sex act - Canton Repository
Police are investigating after an 8-year-old boy was forced to perform a sex act on another boy age 12 or 13, Canton police said. The older boy forced the younger child to perform the act in a wooded area near Robin Court NE shortly after 5 p.m. Monday ...
Extra-innings thriller leads resilient Jackson back to regional final - Canton Repository
Dillon Dingler’s dramatic walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the eighth inning sent a relentless Jackson team to its second straight regional championship game. The Polar Bears (23-6) knocked off Walsh Jesuit 4-3 in the Canton Division I regional ...
Polar Bears down but never out - Canton Repository
They never quit. They never crumbled under the adversity or weakened a strong belief in one another. Now, the Jackson Polar Bears get to play for another regional championship. Jackson’s 4-3 eight-inning win over Walsh Jesuit on Thursday at Thurman ...
Cavs notebook: Varejao unlikely for Finals - Canton Repository
Watch Anderson Varejao walk around the locker room and the 6-foot-11 Brazilian looks like a man who is ready to get in uniform and play. But the reality of playing basketball is much different, and Varejao is not there yet. Cavaliers head coach David Blatt ...
Central does the little things to win big game - Canton Repository
Central Catholic baseball coach Doug Miller has a saying he holds dear to his heart. The bigger the game, the more the little things come into play. The games don’t get much bigger than the one Miller’s Crusaders played Friday at Ducky Schroeder Field ...
Nimishillen Township trustees, May 28 meeting - Canton Repository
KEY ACTION Awarded bids for road materials. DISCUSSION The bids were opened at the previous meeting and submitted to Road Superintendent Jack Magee, who recommended they be awarded as follows: Lime and stone products will be purchased from National Lime ...