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Recent articles by David:

Captains win season-high seventh in a row

The hottest team in the High-A Midwest League stayed that way Aug. 12 at Classic Park. Bolstered by solid pitching and timely hitting, the Captains posted a 3-1 victory over the Fort Wayne (Ind.) T… → Read More

Davenport, Captains earn gritty victory over Fort Wayne

The baseball gods were kind to Captains pitcher Aaron Davenport on Aug. 10 at Classic Park. He’s earned the kindness. Davenport got the start and earned the win against the Fort Wayne (Ind.) … → Read More

Yan Rivera following in father’s footsteps on Captains’ staff – News-Herald

There is a father-and-son continuum on the Lake County Captains timeline. When the Captains arrived in Eastlake in 2003 as a Class A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, the team’s manager for… → Read More

Captains out-slug Lugnuts, 14-10

Bats were hot and the pitchers were not as the Captains out-slugged the Lansing (Mich.) Lugnuts, 14-10, June 29 at Classsic Park. The teams combined for those 24 runs on 30 hits (including five hom… → Read More

Grand slam dooms Davenport, Captains in 4-2 loss to SkyCarp

Promising pitcher Aaron Davenport made his 10th start for the Captains on June 15 at Classic Park against the Beloit (Wis.) SkyCarp. In nine previous appearances covering just shy of 37 innings, th… → Read More

Loons rally in eighth to beat Captains, 5-2

A late rally by the visiting Great Lakes (Mich.) Loons proved decisive in a 5-2 victory over the Captains on May 11 at Classic Park. The Loons scored three runs in the top of the eighth inning to s… → Read More

Naranjo’s HR, grand slam lead Captains to split of doubleheader – News-Herald

The Captains earned a split of a doubleheader April 14 against the Dayton Dragons at Classic Park. In the nightcap, first baseman Joe Naranjo’s two-run home run in the bottom of the first inn… → Read More

Guardians prospect Petey Halpin is living his dream on the ballfield

Captains center fielder Petey Halpin is a take-it-in-stride kind of guy. That low-key approach is a big plus for the 19-year-old California native as he moves through the early stages of a promisin… → Read More

Captains ready to start Midwest League season April 8

The mood was anticipatory as the Lake County Captains combined an on-field workout with media interviews April 6 at Classic Park. From players Gavin Williams and Petey Halpin to manager Greg DiCenz… → Read More

Lake County Captains to play under new lights as Classic Park gets $700K upgrade

The upgrade, with a price tag that could reach $700,000, included the installation of 117 LED bulbs on the ballpark’s eight light towers. → Read More

Leo, Cleveland State advance to Horizon League semifinal

The breakout season continues for Cleveland State sophomore guard Destiny Leo. Leo scored a game-high 18 points as the No. 4 seed Vikings secured a 59-51 victory over No. 5 seed Northern Kentucky M… → Read More

John Carroll gets at-large bid to NCAA D-III women’s basketball tournament – News-Herald

A bit of suspense was involved, but the John Carroll University women’s basketball team is in NCAA Division III tournament. On Feb. 28, JCU coach Beth Andrews and her players learned they wer… → Read More

Baldwin Wallace wins OAC title over short-handed John Carroll

Blue Streaks were playing without injured all-time leading scorer Heffington → Read More

John Carroll advances to OAC final on record-breaking night for Heffington

Heffington finished with a game-high 19 points Feb. 24 as the Blue Streaks downed Ohio Northern, 64-50, in a spirited OAC tournament semifinal at the DeCarlo Varsity Center. → Read More

John Carroll vs. Baldwin Wallace women’s basketball: Blue Streaks stay on pace for No. 1 seed in OAC tournament – News-Herald

It was a game the John Carroll women’s basketball team had to have to stay in the hunt for the Ohio Athletic Conference regular-season title. JCU senior standouts Nicole Heffington and Olivia… → Read More

North grad Sam Pirosko in leading role for first-place Gannon

The 5-foot-10 North High School product is averaging a team-high 15.1 points and 5.6 rebounds for the Golden Knights. → Read More

Cleveland State women’s basketball falls to Youngstown State in overtime – News-Herald

Sophomore guard Destiny Leo and the Cleveland State Vikings didn’t match the firepower of Youngstown State in a 77-69 overtime loss Feb. 11 at Wolstein Center. Leo (North) finished with a tea… → Read More

Referee from Mentor thankful for John Carroll medical team’s efforts after near-death experience – News-Herald

A 66-year-old Mentor resident, Radley suffered a heart attack on Jan. 19 while working as one of three referees assigned to the women’s college basketball game between John Carroll and Baldwi… → Read More

Lake Erie men’s basketball fall short of Ashland, 62-59 – News-Herald

For the second time this season, good wasn’t good enough to carry the Lake Erie College men past an Ashland University team vying for the Great Midwest Athletic Conference title. At the Osbor… → Read More

Mentor resident who collapsed while officiating JCU-BW game recovering, OAC says

The news is good on the condition of college basketball referee Tim Radley. Radley, a 70-year-old Mentor resident, was working the women’s game between John Carroll and visiting Baldwin Walla… → Read More