Teen gymnast suffers from epileptic seizures despite being on numerous medications
CLEVELAND — Isabella Allen has been in gymnastics since she was three years old and has no shortage of friends at her gymnastics gym. But that hasn’t always been the case. “I didn’t have any friends. Everyone was scared of me,” Allen said. Allen had her...
Glenville Seniors Celebrate Back-to-Back Victory Amidst Challenges and Adversity
Witness the emotional send-off for the senior football players at Glenville, as they secure another championship. Hear about their journey, the challenges they overcame, and the strong bonds formed over the years. A testament to their hard work, dedication, and the spirit of Glenville.
Glenville vs. Archbishop Alter Rewind: Relive the Division IV OHSAA football state final as it happened
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Back to back? That’s what Glenville was trying accomplish Saturday in its second straight OHSAA Division IV football state final. The Tarblooders got it done, taking down Archbishop Alter, 38-3, at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium. If you purchase a product or register for...
Cleveland Reads to Announce Challenge Results at Parade and Victory Bash
Join the celebration as Cleveland Reads announces the results of their 2023 initiative! Expect a parade, victory bash, free books, food trucks, bumper cars, ice sculptures, and more. Tune in to experience the excitement from 1:00 to 5:00 at the Public Auditorium.
Watch: Ursuline junior hits game-winning shot
Ursuline Irish junior Jared Klucinec hits game-winning shot in win.
How D’Shawntae Jones and winning the battle in the trenches helped rebuild Glenville into a state power
CANTON, Ohio -- Anyone who’s ever seen him play knows Glenville running back D’Shawntae Jones is a bad man. At 5-foot-11, 235 pounds he’s got a rare combination of agility, strength and flat speed that allows him to shake smaller defenders, bowl through bigger ones and leave everybody else in the dust.
Henry Beachy wins GLADA event at Northfield Saturday
Northfield, OH – Amateur driver Henry Beachy has been around horses for the better part of 40 years. He’s been back of the starting gate over 1,500 times and won a handful here and there over time. But Saturday’s (Dec. 2) win in the Great Lakes Amateur Driving...
Guards Fest returning to Cleveland — what to know
Attention baseball fans -- the Cleveland Guardians are once again bringing their annual festival to downtown Cleveland.
Glenville defeats Archbishop Alter to win back-to-back state titles
Glenville scored 26 points in the first half en route to winning the championship
$2,814 Pick 5 carryover at MGM Northfield Park Sunday
Northfield, OH – A pair of longshots sandwiched between two heavy favorites was enough to force a $2,814 Pick-5 carryover into the Sunday (Dec. 3) program. The $1 wager will feature an estimated pool of $15,000 and, as always, sports the player friendly 14% takeout. Post time for the...
Glenville senior class aims to cement legacy with back-to-back state championships
CLEVELAND — Glenville seniors Bryce West and D’Shawntae Jones can graduate saying they helped bring Glenville its first state championship. “Every time I go somewhere or have Glenville merch on or something, they always praise me, tell me congratulations or good luck,” Jones said. “You could be...
The Mental Edge: Your Words Affect Your Performance… Choose Them Wisely!
Extra Inning Softball has partnered with former DI softball coach Julie Jones (Akron, Cleveland State) and current Mental Performance and Mindset Coach to help give athletes, coaches and others in the softball world the “Mental Edge.”. Julie spent 26 years leading Division I softball programs with her mission being...
The Unstoppable Spirit of Ted Ginn Sr.: Coaching Against All Odds
• Ted Ginn Sr., at the age of 68 and a survivor of pancreatic cancer, continues to coach football for Glenville. • Ginn is leading Glenville into the Ohio Division IV football state title game against Kettering Archbishop Alter.
Westlake hires Jesse Craven as new football coach
Cravens led Burroughs to its first league title since 2015, now he'll head to Westlake
Girls cross country All-Stars 2023: Meet the best from Northeast Ohio
CLEVELAND, Ohio — For the second consecutive year, the cleveland.com seven county coverage area in Northeast Ohio produced a state champion in girls cross country, Reese Reaman of Woodridge, who also led the Bulldogs to a state runner-up finish in Division II. Twelve area girls teams participated in the...
Holy Name vs. Riverside boys basketball: Second-half miscues cost Beavers, 84-61
Riverside started hot against Holy Name in the Great Lake Classic at Cleveland Heights. The Beavers’ aggression on the ball had them down four at the half. But rookie miscues early in the second half allowed the Namers to go on a run that put it out of reach. Riverside chipped it to a single-digit game early in the fourth but that was all it could muster.
Former Cleveland Browns head coach fired again
Hue Jackson spent the last two seasons as a head coach in the college ranks at Grambling.
Glenville does it 'a-Ginn'
CANTON — It took Ted Ginn Sr. 25 years as head coach to win his first state championship. The second one came just one year later. Glenville (13-2) beat Alter 38-3 in the Ohio High School Athletic Association Division IV title game at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton.
Cleveland Cavaliers' Commitment to Sustainability and Recycling Initiatives
Discover how the Cleveland Cavaliers are committing to sustainability, from recycling initiatives to partnerships with community organizations. Learn about their efforts to reduce waste, recycle materials, and educate fans about the importance of sustainable practices at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse.
Marquise Davis of Cleveland Heights finishes 2nd in Ohio Mr. Football voting
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Jordan Marshall of Cincinnati Moeller was named Mr. Football for Ohio Thursday. Marquise Davis, the star running back for Cleveland Heights, came in second; his 143 points were just 6 behind Marshall. Davis, a junior, rushed for 2,087 yards and 32 TD. He already has offers...