Hudson graduate Hillery Wilson to play in the KPMG Women's PGA Championship in Olympia Fields, Ill.
Hudson graduate Will Kurtz places fourth at sectional qualifier in Massiilon.
Competitive balance is a reality starting this fall for the Ohio High School Athletic Association. Count me among those who believe it's not going to matter much -- but I prefer this option than breaking up the OHSAA into separate public- and private-school entities.
It's a word that has been tossed around like a rag doll in recent years. Goat. No, I'm not talking about the domesticated animal you can find on most farms. The "goat" I'm referring to is pretty much an acronym.
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Kent State University freshman football player Tyler Heintz likely died as a result of "hyperthermia," a dangerously high body temperature, following a team workout with the Golden Flashes June 13 at Dix Stadium. Portage County Coroner Dr.
By Allen Moff Reporter
Hudson resident Rod McGregor competed at the National Senior Olympics June 4 to 12 in Birmingham, Ala. McGregor, who competed in the 60-to-64 male age group, earned the bronze medal in the 800-meter race with a time of 2 minutes, 28.49 seconds. He also placed fifth in the 400 (1:04.
The 19th annual Hudson Firecracker 5K is scheduled to take place July 4th at Hudson Park Estates Pool Pavilion, which is located on Blue Heron Drive. Participants can run in the 5K race or the 1-mile kids run. Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of Summit County.
Country Club of Hudson member Carol Mikolay finished second with a score of 88 in the Flight 2 low gross competition at a Women's Akron District Golf Association competition June 16 at Westfield Country Club. Mikolay finished with five points.
Although summer has just begun, the Hudson High School cheerleaders are already thinking about the 2017-18 school year.
Hudson resident Meaghan Grant finished in a tie for fourth place with a score of 80 in the girls 16-to-19 age group during a Northern Ohio PGA Junior Tour event June 14 at Windmill Lakes Golf Club in Ravenna.
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Hudson resident Ryan "Coop" Pamer, 13, hits a tossed ball during the Hudson Community Education and Recreation baseball camp last month at The Ballpark at Hudson.
Andrew Ketler gets ready to catch the ball during a Hudson Community Education and Recreation football camp earlier this month at Hudson Memorial Stadium.
Former Hudson assistant boys basketball coach Grant Spaite joins Field.
Switching Gears to help Hudson High School cheerleaders in fundraising efforts.
The 19th annual Hudson Firecracker 5K is scheduled to take place July 4th at Hudson Park Estates Pool Pavilion, which is located on Blue Heron Drive. Participants can run in the 5k race or the 1-mile kids run. Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of Summit County.
Reservations are being taken for the Cy Young Days Festival luncheon featuring 1993 Cy Young Award winner Jack McDowell.
The Hudson Rugby Club boys team had its awards banquet May 31 at Hudson High School. Nate Hensel was named the team's Most Valuable Player.
Members of the Asian Sun Martial Arts Team brought home 13 medals from their showing at the American Tae Kwon Do Union National Championships May 27 in Orlando. The team members competed in the World Class division, athletes ranging from 11 to 45 years old.
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Bryan Bedford has been named the new athletic director of the Hudson City School District. Bedford, 35, takes over for Ray Ebersole, who decided to retire after taking a leave of absence. Ebersole will continue his leave of absence until his official retirement in December.
By Frank Aceto Associate Sports Editor
It has been said that sports holds a mirror to society. I believe that statement is accurate -- and much that it reflects is ugly, particularly of one of this society's most difficult subjects: race.