Hall of Fame: CHRIS DENARI

By: Tracy Hudson, Metro Editor-in-Chief Professor John Kerezy’s long-time friend, Chris Denari, volunteered his personal time to meet with Tri-C students interested in journalism and/or broadcasting at the Quicken Loans Arena before broadcasting the Pacers vs. Cavs game to share his experience about his career path. The Cleveland Cavs was generous for letting the students …

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Back and Better than ever

By Kayla Julian   Coach Michael Duncan: Back and Better Than Ever! As we approach this upcoming basketball season, I had the opportunity to speak with Coach Michael Duncan regarding his thoughts on this year’s team. Last year, the season didn’t quite meet the expectations of Duncan and the team. Also, his mentality and goal …

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The Drought is Over: The End of the Cleveland Sports Curse

A Sports Column by Mitchel Guy With the NBA playoffs set to begin, we see a familiar sight. The Cleveland Cavaliers, led by their prodigal son Lebron James, are a top seed in the Eastern Conference.  All eyes will be locked on “The King” as he tries to fulfill his commitment of bringing his hometown …

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Robert Fomby: Player Profile

By Mitchel Guy The Challengers Men’s Basketball season came to an end with a heartbreaking upset loss to Sinclair Community College in the first round of the OCCAC Conference Tournament. The team ended the year in fourth place due largely to contributions from one of their star players, former Shaker Heights Red Raider, Robert Fomby. …

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By Robby Fenbers The Ohio Community College Athletic Conference has produced some talented teams in the past; this season that trend has continued. The season began with eight teams fighting for the right to be known as the OCCAC’S best. After a season full of close games and dominating performances by stand-out players, it seems …

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Bake Sale Helps Paralyzed Tri-C Basketball Player

  By: Robby Fenbers A little giving can go a long way to healing emotional pain when the physical pain just isn’t ready yet. Antonio Mason had his life changed in the blink of an eye in the early morning hours of Oct 12. He was hit by a car from behind that was driving …

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