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Mustangs jump on Lakers


ORWELL – The Grand Valley Mustangs defeated the Pymatuning Valley Lakers in a recent NAC baseball match-up. The Mustangs won the game 8-2 in five innings due to rain.

Falcons blank Dragons

ASHTABULA -The Jefferson Falcons tennis team picked up a 5-0 win over the Lakeside Dragons in an AAC tennis match.

Falcons fly past Dragons

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JEFFERSON – The Jefferson Falcons were able to pick up a 13-1 win over the Lakeside Dragons in a recent baseball team between two Ashtabula County teams. With the win the Falcons improved to 8-2 on the season.

Niles McKinley has consistent effort in win over Warriors

ASHTABULA - Finally, the rain stayed away long enough for high school baseball to return outdoors to Northeast Ohio. On Tuesday afternoon, the visiting Niles McKinley defeated Edgewood 8-1.

Fishing Tournaments

Crappie and Walleye tournaments scheduled for May 2 and May 16 respectively.

MLB Fans Predicted to Eat More Than 18.5 Million Hot Dogs in 2015

Cleveland Indians Classic Sugardale Dog Crowned Winner in MLB March Madness Contest

Professional Football Player Joe Haden to Host Second Annual Celebrity Softball Game at Classic Park


CV Marketing Group, LLC, in partnership with Corporate Vision League, is proud to announce that the Second Annual Joe Haden & Friends Celebrity Softball Game, presented by Lake Health, will take place at Classic Park in Eastlake, OH, the home of the Lake County Captains Professional Baseball Club, on Saturday, June 6, 2015.

Falcons split with Lakeview

JEFFERSON – The Jefferson Falcons softball team split their early season games against the Lakeview Bulldogs this past week as they won the first game of the season 4-1, but dropped their next game 5-4.

Dragons split first two tennis matches

ASHTABULA – The Lakeside Dragons tennis team started the season with a win over Austintown Fitch on Monday, March 30. The Dragons won all five matches for a 5-0 win.

Madison Baseball looking to grow from last Year


MADISON - The Madison Blue Streaks are looking forward to growing from last year. They were a very young team last year having four different freshman starting pitchers get a win for the school.

Geneva holds on


GENEVA – The Geneva Eagles were able to hold on for a 49-45 win over the visiting Howland Tigers in a recent girls basketball game. The Eagles looked to win in double figures early on as they led 14-2 after one quarter of action.

Mustangs edge Bombers in junior high game


ORWELL – The Grand Valley Mustangs hosted the Windham Bombers in a recent junior high football game.

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