College track: ONU has pair of All-Americans

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Two Ohio Northern track athletes earned All-American honors Friday on the first day of the NCAA Division II indoor national championships. Junior Maddy Reed was named All-American when she cleared 3.85 meters (12 feet, 71/2 inches) and finished fifth in...

Saturday’s scoreboard

PREP HOCKEY OHSAA State Tournament At Nationwide Arena FRIDAY’S STATE SEMIFINALS Toledo St. Francis 3, Hunting Valley University School 1 Cleveland St. Ignatius 6, Dublin Jerome 1 Saturday’s STATE FINAL Toledo St. Francis vs. Cleveland St. Ignatius, 2 PREP GIRLS...

Prep basketball: Mohawk nips Arlington, wins first district title

By SCOTT COTTOS STAFF WRITER FOSTORIA — As Mohawk’s players and coaches cut down the net, their fans chanted, “BG, BG.” The celebration of the Warriors’ first district championship in boys basketball was underway on Friday night at a nearly packed...

Providence Rallies From 17 Down To Stun No. 3 Xavier

NEW YORK (AP) — After spending a season overcoming injuries, disappointments and doubters, Providence made another statement with one of the greatest comebacks in Big East Tournament history. Alpha Diallo hit a go-ahead jumper with 2:22 left in overtime and fifth-seeded...

Vice President Pence Focuses On Economic Growth In Speech

CLEVELAND (AP) — Vice President Mike Pence focused on economic growth as a main theme in his speech at an America First Policies event in Cleveland. Pence said Friday that more than 3,300 manufacturing jobs have been added in Cleveland since President Donald Trump took office....

Police: Girl Who Told Students Candy Was Laced Arrested

MASSILLON, Ohio (AP) — Police say a female student at an Ohio high school where about 20 students reported feeling ill after eating candy she told them was “laced” has been arrested. Emergency crews had responded Wednesday to Perry High School, where at least five...