Friday, April 27, 2012
And Patch had a blast at our draft party at Solon Panini's!
Patch came to Solon Panini's and cheered on the Browns as they drafted two offensive weapons. The Browns took running back Trent Richardson with the third pick -- they traded up from the fourth pick to snag the Alabama star -- and quarterback Brandon Weeden with the 22nd pick. We also signed up new readers for our daily e-mail newsletter, gave away some free appetizers and Panini's gift cards and generally had a good time! We hosted a live chat during the draft -- you can find the transcript here. Thanks to Solon Panini's for hosting our event! Go Browns!
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Join us for a live chat on tonight's first round of the pro football draft.
Join our chat and discuss what happens during the first-round of the pro football draft, April 26 at 7 p.m.!
Friday, January 13, 2012
Tyler Cargould made it to state level in NFL competition.
Cuyahoga Falls has a local little sportsman who ranked third in Ohio at the final Punt, Pass and Kick NFL Competition. Tyler Cargould, 7, got a chance to show his football stuff at the Cleveland Browns' facilities before attending the Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens game, Dec. 4. Patch talked to Tyler’s dad, Brad Cargould, before the competition, and he followed up with us this January to let us know the results. “Tyler took third,” Brad said. “He was nervous and kicked the top of the football and kicked it 10 feet.” The competition, for kids ages 6 to 15 years old, has three activities—punt, pass and kick—that get totaled for an overall score, according to the NFL website. Tyler did well for the punt and pass, but the kick mess-up knocked him…
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Patch bloggers throughout the state are making great contributions.
Patch readers throughout the state have unique viewpoints that they're not afraid to share with everyone. Check out some of the interesting blogs posted this week: Got something on your mind? Patch is always looking for unique views and new Local Voices in our community. If you're interested in blogging at Patch, send a note to Amanda.Harnocz@patch.com, or tell us in the comments.
Friday, October 21, 2011
Hats off to our Heroes will recognize five fallen officers in Ohio during the Cleveland Browns game Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.
The Cleveland Browns dedicate a portion of time during home games to recognize and salute each branch of the government, Katrina Relief Effort volunteers and local police and fire representatives. This Sunday, fallen Stow Officer Jonathan Bastock of Cuyahoga Falls will be recognized. The recognition, Hats Off to Our Heroes, will take place during the first quarter of the game. Along with fallen Stow Police Officer Bastock, Deputy Sheriff Suzanne Hopper, Captain Daniel Stiles, Sgt. Brian Dulle, Officer Tom Hayes and Officer Andrew Dunn will each be honored during the first quarter of the game during a live scoreboard feed. They also died in the line of duty serving a local Ohio community. Related content: