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Captains Sweep Twin Bill from Lansing

Lake County (2-1) swept Lansing (1-2) in a double header at Classic Park on Saturday Afternoon. Lake County won game 1 by a final of 7-5, and game two by a final of 5-0. This was the first scheduled double header in Classic Park History.

Falcons pick up win


CORTLAND – The Jefferson Falcons softball team traveled to face the Lakeview Bulldogs in their opening game of the season. The Falcons came away with a 9-2 win to start the season 1-0.

Spartan tennis begins Season

CONNEAUT - Spartan tennis coach Dave Simpson welcomed nine players for this season's campaign.

Heralds prepare for the start of the season


HARPERSFIELD - Mike Houser enters his 8th year as the head coach of the St. John Heralds softball team. Houser has coached with the team for 11 years altogether. His assistants this year will be Jim Howell and Dennis Perry. The Heralds finished 9-3 a year ago in the Lake Effect Conference.

Mustangs looking to replace talent


ORWELL - Russ Bell enters his 12th year as the Head Coach of the Grand Valley Mustangs. The Mustangs have lost a lot of talent over the last two years, but still managed to finish 17-7 a year ago and tied for first in the NAC at 15-3. Bell will be assisted by Brad Dawson and Matt Brumit.

Mustangs look to improve


ORWELL – Beth Hooser enters her fifth year as the head coach of the Grand Valley Mustangs softball team. Assisting Hooser this year will be Jeff Takacs.The Mustangs finished 5-18 a year ago, but have lost only one letter-winner this year.

Anservitz takes over at Lakeside


ASHTABULA- John Anservitz takes over as the head coach of the Lakeside Dragons baseball team. Anservitz has plenty of coaching experience as he was a head wrestling coach for 14 years.

Heralds building experience


ASHTABULA - Bill Schmidt enters his second season as the Head Coach of the St. John Heralds after coaching the team in the past as well. Assisting Coach Schmidt this year will be one of his former players in Alex Izzi who was a 2008 St. John graduate.

Lakers ready to repeat

ANDOVER - Nathan Smith enters his second season as the head coach of the Pymatuning Valley Lakers baseball team. The Lakers finished 16-8 a year ago and 15-3 in the conference. They won the NAC and their opening sectional game.

Lakers prepare for season


ANDOVER - Andy Gray will be entering his 13th year as the head coach of the Pymatuning Valley Lakers softball team. Gray will be assisted by Jamie Artemis the junior varsity coach and also gets volunteer time from Brittan Callen. The Lakers finished 15-12 a year ago and 11-7 in the NAC.

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Mustangs edge Bombers in junior high game


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