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Canton McKinley blocks No. 20 Lutheran East, 68-66, in Play By Play Classic opener

Canton McKinley blocks No. 20 Lutheran East, 68-66, in Play By Play Classic opener

BEREA, Ohio - Canton McKinley's Tymere Straughter blocked a corner 3-pointer in the final seconds to stop a Lutheran East rally Sunday morning in the opener of the Scholastic Play By Play Classic at Baldwin Wallace. The Falcons, ranked No. 20 in the cleveland.com boys basketball Top 25, dropped a 68-66 game to the Bulldogs.

There for the taking for Hoover boys basketball as Pups fall 81-68

There for the taking for Hoover boys basketball as Pups fall 81-68

Vikings pull away from McKinley on Friday night to set up meeting with Jackson on Tuesday

By Josh Weir Repository sports writer

Hoover ignores slow start to run past 'Pups

Hoover ignores slow start to run past 'Pups

Annie Roshak and Mackenna Drabick combined for 26 points and 28 rebounds to help Hoover to a 54-39 Federal League win over McKinley NORTH CANTON Visiting McKinley did everything right in taking a double-digit lead in the first four minutes Wednesday night at Hoover High School.

1997 McKinley Bulldogs Notebook: Thom McDaniels gained inspiration from wedding speech

1997 McKinley Bulldogs Notebook: Thom McDaniels gained inspiration from wedding speech

Pulling the ropeMcKinley coach Thom McDaniels attended his brother-in-law's wedding on the night before the state final against Cincinnati Moeller, although he was cranky about it."It was my wife's oldest brother and he was a great fan of ours, but I was not happy at all about being there the night before the state championship game," he said.He quickly changed his mind during the priest's homily."He told a great story about a couple that got married in

McKinley's 1997 team was No. 1 from beginning to end

McKinley's 1997 team was No. 1 from beginning to end

The Bulldogs embraced lofty expectations en route to perfect season In May of 1997, about six months after his team had lost to Cleveland St. Ignatius in the Division I state semifinals, McKinley High football coach Thom McDaniels got a call from a USA Today writer named Dave Krider, who told him the Bulldogs would start the season as the No.