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Setting up the high school sports coverage for Thursday, April 10, 2014 …

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Here’s what to expect on Thursday from the Northeast Ohio Media Group’s high school sports staff:

Pitchout podcast

Softball beat reporters David Cassilo and Mark Kern’s weekly podcast will be posted tomorrow. This week’s podcast featured Columbia coach Ken Lugo and Cuyahoga Heights coach Christy Zawadzki.

Inside Roll podcast

Reporter Robert Rozboril’s boys and girls lacrosse podcast will feature Hathaway Brown coach Meghan Brennan.

Offseason football podcast

Reporter Bill Landis will have a post inviting readers to leave their questions for the featured guests. Questions are easy to leave in the comments section at the bottom of the page. 

Q A with OHSAA assistant commissioner Jerry Snodgrass

Jerry Snodgrass talks with reporter Stephanie Kuzydym about the rules on a hybrid pitching stance.

Team snapshots

Boys and girls track team snapshots will be posted by reporters Joe Noga and Tim Bielik. Reporter Lexi Pluym will have a team snapshot on Walsh Jesuit baseball. 

Girls basketball offseason notebook

Kern will catch you up with what’s going on in girls basketball since the end of the season, including coach comings and goings.

Track previews for this weekend

Want to go to a track invitational Friday or Saturday? Bielik and Noga will have a post of the area invitationals to check out this weekend.

By the numbers

Kuzydym will have a by the numbers post on the baseball season thus far. 

Wednesday’s coverage from the high school sports staff:

See how the top teams from last season stack up this year: Boys Lacrosse Weekly Rundown

Lake Catholic wrestler Anthony Tutolo wins March: Who Won the Month?

Berea-Midpark boys and Mentor girls join the first Anchor Leg track and field podcast

Local high school athletes, coaches will answer your questions on video in new series (send in questions now)

Westlake junior tennis player Nicholas Craven ready for new role on team (video)

Newbury hires Tim Glodowski as new football coach

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