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Holtz tests positive for COVID

College Football Hall of Fame coach Lou Holtz told a Columbia, South Carolina, TV station on Thursday that he has tested positive for COVID-19.

The 83-year-old Holtz, a 1954 graduate of East Liverpool High School, is symptomatic and said he does not have a lot of energy at the moment.

Holtz received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Donald Trump earlier this year.

WVU-YSU postponed

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The home opener for the West Virginia University men’s basketball team against Youngstown State on Dec. 2 has been postponed due to the Penguins pausing team activities related to COVID-19.

The two schools are hoping to reschedule the game with a mutually agreeable date in December.

Campbell won’t hold games

CAMPBELL — Due to Campbell Memorial going to remote learning, two girls basketball games with local teams have been postponed.

Campbell’s games at Sebring today and at Leetonia on Nov. 28 will not be played. Campbell High School has five confirmed COVID-19 positive cases — two students and three teachers — according to the school website.

Beaver bowlers fall

CADIZ–Harrison Central swept Beaver Local in bowling action on Thursday.

On the girls side, Harrison Central won 1,771-1,312.

For the Beavers, Karlee Furman led the way with a series score of 281 and a high game of 168. Brandi Fisher had a series score of 245 and a high game of 127.

On the boys side, Harrison Central won 2,332-2,004.

For the Beavers, John Munar led the way with a series score of 371 and a high game of 191. Gavyn Gamble finished with a series score of 367 and a high game of 193.

The Beavers play East Liverpool on Monday at Tri-State Lanes.

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