All About Richland, Sports

New Crew Stadium, Community Sports Park Announced

10 Dec , 2018  

One of the perks of living in north central Ohio is that not only do we have wonderful shopping, attractions, and amenities close to home – particularly here in Richland County – but that we are also in short driving distance to experiences with world class cultural and entertainment options.

On occasion, we share news of major developments taking place in the Cleveland or Columbus areas that provide such opportunities for Richland Countians. One such project was announced this past week which may well put a holiday smile on the faces of soccer fans in Mansfield, Shelby, Ontario, Lexington, and elsewhere. More…

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Schools

New Tyger Girls Varsity Coach Optimistic About Soccer At MSHS

16 Aug , 2017  

The new girls varsity soccer head coach at Mansfield Senior High School has a plan to build the program in the years ahead — on and off the field — and he’s counting on his senior captain to play a major role in getting it started this season.

“Everyone loves to win but that’s not the end game,” said Jon VanHouten, who moved into the head coaching role this season. “Ten years from now we want the Lady Tygers to be successful in this community. We hope soccer is part of the foundation of that success.” More…

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Schools, Sports

Mansfield Senior Football, Soccer, Volleyball Ticket Info

7 Aug , 2017  

Mansfield Senior High Athletic Director Jen Lepard has issued revised ticket prices for football and prices for soccer and volleyball.

Season tickets will go on sale Aug. 8 at the athletic office. More…

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Sports

A Unique Season At Mansfield Town Football Club

24 Sep , 2016  

Mansfield’s Sister City in England, Mansfield in Nottinghamshire, boasts an English League Two soccer team, the Mansfield Town Football Club. Known traditionally as “The Stags” or “The Yellows,” the team has played at venerable Field Mill (now “One Call Stadium”) since 1910.

Currently the squad stands 9th in the standings for the 24 team league. Each team plays each of the other clubs twice (once at home, once away) and is awarded three points for a win, one for a draw and no points for a loss. It is from these points a league table is constructed. More…

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