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Howley Named Pro Football Hall of Fame Finalist

Chuck Howley is a full-fledged Pro Football Hall of Fame finalist and one step away from being enshrined in Canton, Ohio. Howley, a Wheeling native and Warwood High graduate, was named as one of three selections out of the Hall’s seniors committee, joining defensive lineman Joe Klecko and ...

Patriots Tested at Jones Course

WHEELING — The Wheeling Park golf team faced a couple of tough tests Wednesday both from their opponents and the course the Patriots were playing on. Playing at the tough Jones Course at Speidel Golf Club, Wheeling Park hosted local foe St. Clairsville and Ohio power Carrollton in a match ...

Hill Leads Red Sox Over Skidding Pirates

PITTSBURGH — Christian Arroyo had three hits and three RBIs, Alex Verdugo reached base five times and 42-year-old Rich Hill won for the first time in nearly two months as the Boston Red Sox beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-3 on Wednesday night. The Red Sox won for the fifth time in six games ...

Pitt Trying To Prove ‘21 Was No Fluke

PITTSBURGH — Kenny Pickett is next door, flinging footballs for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Jordan Addison is in Southern California, lured away by the chance to play in a bigger market with all the bells and whistles (and endorsement opportunities, apparently) that come with it. The Pittsburgh ...

Buchner Leads Way in Freeman’s 1st Season at ND

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — It’s been nearly six decades since a first-year head coach and a new starting quarterback faced similar stakes at Notre Dame. Fighting Irish fans are hoping for similar results. Back then, in 1964, 41-year-old Ara Parseghian and eventual Heisman Trophy winner John ...

Nelson Field Improvements Not Ready for Opener

BELLAIRE — The excitement that surrounds the Bellaire football season is three fold. Whether it’s a solid core of returning players, a new head coach in Mark Bonar or the chance to see the renovations at Nelson Field, Big Reds fans are counting down the days for Saturday’s home opener ...