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Stow's Jonte Pooler is taken down by Firestone's Kamar Majid after catching a pass and running for a first down during the first quarter of their game earlier this season. Stow's playoff run was ended Saturday in a 43-0 loss to Mentor. (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal)
Stow's Zaire Lewis signals his touchdown during the second quarter at Stow-Munroe Falls High School. Mentor was the No. 2-ranked Division I team in the state and played like it in a second-round 43-0 win over Stow on Saturday night at Solon High School. (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal)
CLEVELAND: They are slowly becoming Cleveland’s Odd Couple, the Indians’ 57-year-old manager and the Cavs’ 31-year-old shooting guard. On the surface, Terry Francona and J.R. Smith seem to have little in common. But there is an admiration and respect between them that they hope will soon blossom into more — as soon as their schedules allow.