Archive for July, 2012

Four intriguing Olympic storylines

Four intriguing Olympic storylines

| July 28, 2012 | 1 Comment

Four Olympic storylines I’m most interested to follow: * Phelps-Lochte duel — Michael Phelps is coming off an All-Universe 2008 Beijing Olympics in which he won eight gold medals, but Ryan Lochte has come on strong and actually beat Phelps in the 400 individual medley Saturday. In interviews leading up to the London Olympics, Phelps […]

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Families of the Chardon school shooting victims and surviors are honored during a ceremony at the Chardon-Mayfield Alumni football game July 4 at Memorial Field.

Chardon alumni football game a success

| July 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

I attended one of the most unique football games I’ve ever been to when the Chardon High alumni football team took on the visiting Mayfield High alums in a full-equipment, full-contact game on July 4. Chardon had numerous players in their 40s, while Mayfield was a bit younger. I declined to play in the game […]

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The real legacy of JoePa

The real legacy of JoePa

| July 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

Louis Freeh’s 267-page report is out on his investigation involving Penn State University and the internal happenings involving the handling of Jerry Sandusky. In this report he detailed how Tim Curley (Athletic Director), Graham Spanier (President), Gary Schultz (Vice President) and the legendary icon head coach Joe Paterno worked together to “conceal” critical facts, didn’t […]

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