Ohio State football: Buckeyes transfer player with most to prove in 2024
Ohio State football created plenty of noise this offseason. The Buckeyes made a lot of additions in the transfer portal, with the most notable addition perhaps being former Alabama safety Caleb Downs. They also made major headlines recently by adding former Oregon and UCLA head coach Chip Kelly as their offensive coordinator. The also were […] The post Ohio State football: Buckeyes transfer player with most to prove in 2024 appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Gaudreau, Jenner each has 3 points, Blue Jackets recover to defeat Ducks
ANAHEIM -- Johnny Gaudreau and Boone Jenner each had a goal and two assists for the Columbus Blue Jackets, who blew a four-goal lead but recovered for a 7-4 win against the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center on Wednesday. Sean Kuraly and Zach Werenski each scored twice, and Alexandre Texier...
Blue Jackets blow a 4-goal lead, but still rally in the 3rd period to beat the Anaheim Ducks 7-4
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Yegor Chinakhov scored the tiebreaking goal early in the third period and the Columbus Blue Jackets blew a four-goal lead before rallying for a 7-4 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday night. Sean Kuraly got his second goal of the night 49 seconds after Chinakhov’s score for Columbus, which finished its three-game California trip with two victories. Boone Jenner had two early assists and got an empty-net goal with 32 seconds left for his fifth goal in five games. Zach Werenski scored two goals in the first period and Johnny Gaudreau ended his 17-game goal drought for the Jackets, who snapped their five-game losing streak against Anaheim. Kuraly and Werenski both had their first multi-goal games of the season, but Columbus blew a huge early lead during an 11-minute span of the second period. “It was disappointing to have a period like that,” Kuraly said. “I guess it’s a lot easier to learn when you end up winning, so hopefully we can take that with us.”
Linden-McKinley Girls Basketball Team Discusses Progress and Future on City League Sports Podcast
The Linden-McKinley Girls Basketball Team was featured on the City League Sports Podcast, where they discussed their journey and future plans. Senior co-captain Tamiya Harrington is satisfied with the team's progress, despite past challenges.
Blue Jackets blow lead, recover to dump Ducks
Zach Werenski and Sean Kuraly each scored two goals and the visiting Columbus Blue Jackets held off an Anaheim Ducks rally to earn a 7-4 victory Wednesday while completing a successful three-game run through California. Johnny Gaudreau, Yegor Chinakhov and Boone Jenner also scored goals for the Blue Jackets, who...
Game 55 Recap: CBJ overcome Tarasov injury scare as Werenski, Kuraly beat Ducks
After a no-good, very bad game against the Kings, the Jackets moved down to the magical suburbs of Los Angeles to play the Anaheim Ducks. Here’s how that went. To put it bluntly, one team dominated this period. One team went to the locker room up 3-0. The two teams doing this were not the same. Hockey is weird like that.
🚧 Update: Reopened I-270 Southbound in Columbus, Ohio After Crash
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Columbus, Ohio. In Columbus, Ohio, I-270 southbound, which was previously closed beyond E. Broad Street due to a crash, has now been reopened to traffic. The incident had caused significant disruptions, prompting authorities to divert traffic to I-670 as a temporary measure. Motorists were advised to avoid the area during the closure. However, following the 'last_update' notice, the roadway is now clear for transit. Commuters are advised to remain cautious and to keep informed on current road conditions by visiting https://t.co/16XJ7HIrR1.
Worthington Zoning Appeals Meeting on March 7, 2024: Variances and Public Participation
The Worthington Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a meeting on Thursday, March 7, 2024, at 7:00 pm. The location is the Louis J.R. Goorey Worthington Municipal Building at 6550 North High Street, Worthington, Ohio 43085. The agenda includes several variance requests.
New Parking Deck to Boost Capacity Ahead of Bob Crane Community Center Opening
The Bob Crane Community Center, currently under construction, is set to open in Spring 2025. The project's planning process has focused on providing sufficient public parking for the Kingsdale Mixed-Use development district. Initial plans to include underground and additional surface parking were reconsidered due to the building's size and the need for ground level space for frequently used facilities.
Kent State rally falls short in loss to Ohio in MAC women's basketball
Visiting Kent State rallied from a 10-point deficit with less than five minutes to play to tie the score, but Jaya McClure's two free throws with nine seconds left gave Ohio a 79-77 win in Mid-American Conference women's basketball Wednesday. Senior Katie Shumate scored a career-high 27 points to go...
Data shows Columbus homicides cut in half in first seven weeks of 2024
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — An anti-violence effort three years in the making is showing its first report card of 2024. Nearly a dozen community activist groups met alongside Columbus police, Franklin County Family Services, Franklin County Coroner’s Office and others Wednesday night as part of Operation Under Triple Digits, the goal of which is to […]
21 charged, indicted or convicted in Columbus gang crackdown
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Columbus police announced Wednesday that 21 people connected to a local gang have been apprehended in an effort to minimize criminal activity in certain parts of the city. Those 21 people are part of the BL-800 gang, which detectives say stands for the 800 block of...
Ohio man admits using fake modeling agency to lure women into sex trafficking
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A Columbus man could be sentenced to 25 years in prison after he pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to sex trafficking and racketeering. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Ohio says in a news release that it has recommended a sentence of more than 19 years up to 25 years in prison for 29-year-old Terrael Alls.
The Heart of a Cowboy: Kohn’s Surprise Acceptance to OSU’s Opportunity Orange Scholars
Being a Cowboy isn’t in our clothes, it’s in our character. This is the final phrase of the Cowboy Code, uniting Oklahoma State University students and alumni everywhere. Josie Kohn embodies the spirit of the Cowboy Code, so surprising her in a big way with her acceptance to OSU’s Opportunity Orange Scholars program made perfect sense.
Wrestling helps Licking Heights’ Waddell find strength, athletic success
Victoria Waddell is making the most of her limited time on the mat. The Licking Heights senior may have only taken up wrestling her senior year, but she’s found quite a bit of success this season. "I figured, it’s my senior year, I’ve only got one shot and one...