It’s a “Sportstacular” day on 95.3 WLKR and wlkrradio.com.
Exclusive live coverage of the 79th annual State Wrestling Tournament will begin at 3 this afternoon…Mark Lane and Todd Fox will have the action.
At 6:15 tonight, it’s Division III boys district semifinal basketball from Norwalk.Edison will take on Willard. During that game, we’ll have updates from Elida, as the New London LadyCats take on Gorham Fayette, in Division IV regional semifinal action. It’s New London’s first-ever Sweet 16 appearance.
After Edison and Willard, we’ll have an update from the state wrestling tournament, then move onto tonight’s second live boys game, Western Reserve and Galion.
She dazzled a nationwide TV audience Tuesday night, and with any luck, she’ll be in the 95.3 WLKR studio tomorrow.
Emily Keener aced an audition on NBC’s ‘The Voice’, she’ll join Kelly Rose, during tomorrow’s ‘Local Music Spot.’
The show will start shortly after 1, after coverage of state wrestling.
A Greenwich man is facing multiple charges, in connection with a traffic stop in southern Huron County.
Among the charges against 22-year-old Devin L. Smith: DUI, driving under suspension, improperly transporting a firearm, possession of marijuana, assaulting a police officer, harassment by an inmate and obstructing official business. Smith was pulled over late Tuesday afternoon, after the highway patrol received a report of a reckless driver in Greenwich Township. He was stopped, near the intersection of U.S. Route 224 and State Route 13.
Smith refused to get out of his truck, then struggled with troopers. According to reports, they were forced to subdue him with a Taser and mace. During the struggle, Smith began spitting at troopers. Once in custody, troopers searched Smith’s truck and found an AK-style rifle and marijuana.
He was taken to the Huron County Jail.
Bond is set at $10,000, for an accused sex offender from New London.
19-year-old Nathaniel “JR” Parsons is charged with two counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. He’s accused of having sex with a teenage girl, starting last fall. She was 14 at the time. Huron County deputies were contacted by a family member last month.
It appears Governor John Kasich’s presidential hopes are on the ropes.
Kasich endured a sub-par showing during Super Tuesday. However, he’s still campaigning. Kasich will host three town hall events in Michigan tomorrow and Saturday, and he’ll be the keynote speaker at a Republican gathering in Birch Run, Michigan.