Breakdown of the Lake-Jackson regional semifinal tonight at Cleveland State.
Malvern falls short in bid for regional title game
The Malvern Hornets fall in a regional semifinal, as Richmond Heights moves on to face St. Thomas Aquinas.
Trio leading Hoover toward record-setting heights
Hoover High School’s Kaylee Stroemple, Julie Worley and Marquia Turner are 1,000-point scorers who have refined their offense this year to do more while actually scoring less.
Aquinas takes big step forward, to play for state berth
The road draws nearer and nearer to Columbus. Somehow, St. Thomas Aquinas keeps bumping into 20-win teams and keeps delivering first-round knockouts.
Jackson hoping to run its way to regional title game
The Jackson High School boys basketball team is using an up-tempo style to run past its opponents this season.
Jackson seniors' time to shine
As eighth graders, they watched the 2010 Polar Bears win a state title. Now it’s Jackson’s five seniors’ turn to chase that dream.
Dominant run has Knights confident
St. Thomas Aquinas might is in the regional tournament again with a team that might be better than last year’s sweet-16 team. The margin by which the Knights blew through the Struthers sectional-district looks like a misprint.
Hoover fires Montgomery
After 12 seasons and more than 200 wins in North Canton, Montgomery told he would not be renewed to continue coaching Hoover hoops.
Motivated by a tough district final loss a year ago, the Lake boys basketball team found its redemption a year later
The Blue Streaks got their redemption with Saturday's win over Medina, which gave them their first district title.
Garaway’s Courtney Putt and Hiland’s Regina Hochstetler received first-team honors in Division III and IV, respectively, as the 2013-14 Associated Press Division IV All-Ohio girls basketball team was announced Tuesday.
Central Catholic toppled the B seed en route to winning the Division III Salem district title. Now the Crusaders will have to go through the number-one seed from the Garfield Heights district in Villa Angela-St. Joseph tonight at 6:15 p.m. at the Memorial Field House if they want to reach the regional finals.
Villa Angela St. Joseph rolled its way to fifth state championship a year ago in Division IV. A year later and a division higher, the Vikings — who play Central Catholic Wednesday — look like a sixth state title is in their future.
The Hoover girls basketball team’s opponent in Friday’s Division I state semifinals — Dublin Coffman — turned its season around more than month into the season and hasn’t lost since, as it makes its state tournament debut and features one of the state’s top post players.