By Steve Wartenberg | It happened so quickly that a few thousand Crew fanatics had yet to make their way through the black-and-yellow-clad masses to their seats.
By Steve Wartenberg | Brooke Brown and Keesha Steedley were a bit awestruck.
“Mike! Mike!” they frantically shouted, holding up their C’Mon Maaan! sign. Mike, as in Golic, of the popular Mike & Mike show, saw them, smiled and headed over to sign their sign.
By Steve Wartenberg | All over Ohio, from Akron to Zanesville and right here in Central Ohio, high school football will take center stage – and stadiums – this weekend as 100,000 or more fans are expected to attend games.
Steve Wartenberg | Brutus Buckeye was conceived on the lawn of the Pi Beta Phi house, according to his parents, Sally Lanyon and Ray Bourhis.
“He was an ugly baby, but he grew up to be everything we could have hoped for,” Sally said.
By Steve Wartenberg | As they were making their way from Columbus to their Colorado Springs headquarters, Barbara Eisenbeis of USA Volleyball turned to Tom Pingel and said: “We have to go back to Columbus.”
They had just returned from the USA Volleyball Boys’ Junior National Championships held here at the Greater Columbus Convention Center from June 28 to July 5. The championship drew a record number of teams and rave reviews from participants.
Event Returns for Second Time In Three Years; Represents Nearly $13 Million in Visitor Spending
and will be one of First Groups in Expanded and Renovated Convention Center
By Steve Wartenberg | Lacrosse is the fastest sport on two legs, according to Bear Davis, coach and vice president of the Ohio Machine of Major League Lacrosse.
By Steve Wartenberg | Her first job in the world sports was with the Cleveland Nets of World TeamTennis.
By Steve Wartenberg | Some ran at a fast pace, others jogged and many walked. Some pushed strollers, a lot of people ran with their children and a few even participated with the canine members of their family.
By Steve Wartenberg | Stephanie Hightower knows from personal experience how participating in sports can help shape young minds and bodies, and give kids the confidence and discipline they need to succeed in life.