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Top Three Males

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2. Garr Richmond 20:02

3. Jesse Sharp 20:46

Lakers stay unbeaten in NAC



ANDOVER TOWNSHIP - Northeastern Conference action continued Friday, Oct. 10 at PV as the Lakers hosted the Southington Wildcats.

Warriors win soccer game



ASHTABULA – The Edgewood Warriors soccer team improved to 4-7-1 on the season and 1-6 in the AAC with a win over the visiting Niles McKinley Red Dragons. The Warriors shut out the Red Dragons with a 5-0 victory.

Falcons win on senior night


JEFFERSON -  The Jefferson Falcons girls soccer team was able to pick up their first win of the season on senior night. The Falcons defeated the Girard Indians 2-1 to win their first game of the season.

Redskins Sweep Super Bowls



ASHTABULA - The Varsity Redskins recently repeated as back-to-back champions in the Ashtabula Midget Football League with a 19-3 win over the Varsity Steelers.

Blue Streaks remain undefeated


EASTLAKE – The Madison Blue Streaks improved to 6-0 on the season and 3-0 in the PAC with a 33-7 win over North. Meanwhile, the Rangers dropped to 0-6 on the season and 0-3 in the PAC. With the win Madison Blue Streaks Head Coach picked up his 100th career win in 15 seasons coaching the team.

Pirates run past Red Raiders


PERRY – The Perry Pirates improved to 4-2 on the season with a 35-14 win over the visiting Harvey Red Raiders. With the loss Harvey dropped to 3-3 on the season.

Redskins Spear Spartans


CONNEAUT - Football continued Saturday, Oct. 4,  at Conneaut as they hosted the Port Clinton Redskins. In a high scoring contest, the visitors, ranked fourth in their region, outscored the Spartans 55-29.

Well, it was exciting for one half. The Spartans took a 15-6 lead in the first quarter when Justin Franklin scored on a three yard run. Then Cole Walker hauled in a pass from QB Troy Colucci for a score. Port Clinton had scored on a one yard run.

Port Clinton began the second period with a long TD pass to Nathan Stubblefield, who was a sharp thorn all day for the Spartans. Another TD pass from QB Brandon Moore to Aidan Rospert gave the Redskins a 22-15 advantage.

In the final minutes before the half, QB Troy Colucci led his team down field to the PC four. Colucci then kept the ball, ran right, saw his path blocked, turned around and sped left around the end and picked up enough blockers to reach the end zone. Spees' kick was good and the score was tied at 22.

The Spartans held on  the Redskins next possession, stopping the QB run on fourth down and taking over deep in PC territory. On the first play QB Colucci saw Alex Gerdes in the end zone and lofted up a pass. Gerdes out jumped the DB and held on for the score,  29-22 as the Spartan faithful roared.

Harvey holds off Spartans

CONNEAUT -Conneaut's Lady Spartan soccer team welcomed the Harvey Red Raiders to the stadium and Joslin Field on Tuesday, Sept. 20.

The locals played hard and battled all game but fell short 4-1.

Madison remains undefeated


CHARDON – The Madison Blue Streaks won the battle between undefeated teams by shutting out the Chardon Hilltoppers 14-0. With the win the Blue Streaks improved to 5-0 on the season and 2-0 in the PAC. Chardon dropped to 4-1 on the year and 1-1 in the PAC.

Warriors repel Spartans

ASHTABULA TOWNSHIP - Monday, September 22, Conneaut and Edgewood resumed the neighborhood rivalry. The Lady Spartans faced off versus the Lady Warriors in a soccer match.



Open to the Public, Event Will Benefit Augie’s Quest/ALS Therapy Development Institute, ClubCorp’s E.P.C.F. and Project Hope for the Homeless




Quail Hollow Country Club, a member of the ClubCorp family of clubs, announced today that it will, on September 25, participate in the 2014 ClubCorp Charity Classic, ClubCorp’s major annual philanthropic open-house event. In 2013, the popular ClubCorp Charity Classic raised a record-breaking $2.4 million nationwide for Augie’s Quest and a variety of charities throughout the U.S.

Quail Hollow Country Club cordially invites the public to attend this year’s event.

Date: Thursday, September 25, 2014

Time: 10:30 AM - 8:00 PM

Location: 11295 Quail Hollow Drive

Concord, OH 44077-9036

Quail Hollow Country Club will open its doors to our community and the entire Northeast Ohio area. Join us for our annual golf tournament followed by dinner and awards presentation. All Quail Hollow Members are encouraged to participate and invite their friends and family.



10:30 am Registration

12:30 pm Shotgun Start

6:00 pm Dinner


Participant pricing:

Golf: $130 per person - Includes golf tournament, lunch buffet, dinner buffet, awards ceremony and bounce back golf certificate. (QHCC Members to Firestone Country Club. Non-members to Quail Hollow Country Club.)

Dinner only option: $45 per person - Includes dinner buffet and awards ceremony

Event also includes a wine pull and blind auction

Hole Sponsorship: $99 per sign. Contact the Club at 440.639.3801 for your sign information.

Event attire: Appropriate golf attire required, no jeans or T-shirts. Courses are spikeless.


“We are excited to open our Club to the community for this annual event, which benefits the local community and makes a positive impact on the lives of so many,” said Karen Ruth, general manager at Quail Hollow Country Club. “During our Charity Classic event, our Members and employee partners work together with sponsors and really showcase Quail Hollow Country Club’s commitment of Building Relationships and Enriching Lives.”

Since its inception in 2007, ClubCorp’s Charity Classic has raised over $12 million benefiting charities including Augie’s Quest, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Boys and Girls Clubs of America, Make-A-Wish Foundation and the ClubCorp Employee Partners Care Foundation.



This year, more than 125 golf and country clubs and business and sports clubs around the country will again open their courses and dining rooms to an estimated 14,000 members, guests and patrons for tournaments, dining events, auctions and social extravaganzas throughout the country.

“People living with ALS, which is commonly called Lou Gehrig’s disease, are in desperate need of treatments and a cure,” said Steve Perrin, CEO and Chief Scientific Officer at ALS Therapy Development Institute. “By participating in the 2014 ClubCorp Charity Classic, Quail Hollow Country Club gives hope to the thousands of patients and families affected by the disease by supporting Augie’s Quest and funding drug development to end ALS.”


“We are so grateful for all that Quail Hollow Country Club is doing to help the individuals and families coming to Project Hope to find shelter and care, and we are excited for the new, creative events they are developing to help address this growing trend,” said Judy Burr, Executive Director at The Ecumenical Shelter Network of Lake County.


The 2014 ClubCorp Charity Classic will benefit the following deserving nonprofits:

· Augie’s Quest is an aggressive fundraising effort focused on finding treatments and cures for ALS by supporting the work of the ALS Therapy Development Institute.

· ClubCorp’s Employee Partners Care Foundation (E.P.C.F.), a fund created to help ClubCorp’s employees and their families by providing financial assistance in times of crisis.

· Project Hope for the Homeless, a United Way agency, is the only emergency homeless shelter serving men, women and children in Lake County.


To participate or to sign up for this event, please visit the ClubCorp Charity Classic website at www.clubcorpcharityclassic.com or call the club at 440.639.3801.

Mustangs edge Bombers in junior high game


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