Lane Casadonte, News 5 Cleveland

Lane Casadonte

News 5 Cleveland

Alexandria, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Lane:

Ohio State football star Treveyon Henderson thanks mom for his success

Ohio State football star Treveyon Henderson says his mom Keesha put him and his brothers on the path to success. → Read More

Greens doused with gas at Henrico golf course; Dominion Energy Charity Classic is next month

Police are trying to figure out who is responsible for lighting several greens on fire and causing thousands of dollars of damage at the Country Club of Virginia’s James River location. → Read More

Midlothian runner finishes eighth in World Championships

Just over two weeks ago, Chesterfield's Keira D'Amato got a call from USA Track and Field, bumping her up from alternate to a member of the women's marathon team at the World Championships in Oregon. → Read More

Washington Commanders' Jack Del Rio defends comparing Floyd protests to Capitol riots

Washington Commanders defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio caused a stir on Twitter Tuesday. → Read More

How community will remember former VCU star player Chris Cheeks

A memorial service has been planned for Chris Cheeks, the former star basketball player and assistant coach at VCU and several other schools. → Read More

CBS 6 sports anchor Sean Robertson honored with spot on VSU's Athletic Wall of Fame

Robertson is a 1999 graduate of VSU and a Petersburg native. → Read More

Meet the new Richmond Flying Squirrels manager Dennis Pelfrey

He won a championship at high A Eugene last year and plans on bringing the same type of attitude and style to Richmond this summer. → Read More

How the Richmond Flying Squirrels use math to win baseball games

The Richmond Flying Squirrels measure success by scrutinizing stats. But some of those stats are things that you may have never even heard of. → Read More

Randolph-Macon wins DIII National Championship

The Randolph Macon Yellow Jackets the NCAA men’s basketball Division Three national title Saturday evening in Fort Wayne, Indiana. → Read More

How Randolph-Macon College plans to win Division III Final Four

Randolph-Macon plays Marietta College Friday evening in the NCAA Division III Final Four. → Read More

Richmond Spiders defeat VCU Rams, 75 to 64

The Richmond Spiders defeated the VCU Rams 75 to 64 on Friday night to advance in the Atlantic 10 tournament. → Read More

How these Richmond sports figures will be honored this weekend

If you were to tell someone the history of Richmond area sports, you'd have no choice but to include the names Bobby Ukrop and Michael Robinson. → Read More

Tiki Barber leans on mom's advice: 'Embrace failure. Understand it. Learn from it. Keep growing.'

Former University of Virginia and NFL running back Tiki Barber will help host the inaugural RVA Sports Awards in February. Over the years, Barber went from being a smalltown Virginia star to a star in the Big Apple. → Read More

When COVID sidelined team managers, this basketball star washed his teammates' clothes

Randolph-Macon senior Buzz Anthony is the Three-time ODAC Player of the Year. → Read More

A coach. A wrestler with Down syndrome. A match that changed their lives: 'Anybody can succeed'

Lisa Burnham said she hoped gestures like this led to more kindness and generosity towards anyone with disabilities. → Read More

King William wins state football championship

King William won the Class 2 state championship game in Salem Saturday 48-21 over Graham. → Read More

Holiday Cheer and Gear drive connects kids in need with their new favorite sport

For kids, things like dolls, trucks, and video games are common requests of Santa. But more and more, kids are asking for equipment that can help them outside the house. That’s where ESPN Richmond’s Holiday Cheer and Gear comes in. → Read More

Firefighter turned pastor now serves others on the football field

Jason Elmore has walked several paths in life, none of which he ever planned. → Read More

How Virginia Tech announcer's catchphrase is helping mental health

After becoming the radio voice of the Virginia Tech Hokies, Jon Laaser started to search for a saying, something that would distinguish and endear him to his new audience. → Read More

Big-time players can come from smalltown Virginia. Just ask Cameron Seldon.

At the end of U.S. Route 360, you'll find Northumberland County. It's the definition of small town. But one high school football player is attracting some of the biggest programs in college football. → Read More