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Sharon’s Ziyon Strickland has eclipsed every Mercer County career receiving record, and he’s still got a year to go.
The Irish were just 3-7 last Fall. Six of those losses came against playoff teams. year… They’ve got the same schedule… and the same Iri…
The Cleveland Cavaliers will open the 2017-18 campaign on Tuesday, October 17 at Quicken Loans Arena against the Boston Celtics.
Western Reserve’s Jack Cappiabianca has verbally committed to play college football at Ohio State.
Head Coach Steve Arnold is emphasizing one basic message to this year’s players: “It’s your turn now.”
The Falcons haven’t suffered a losing season since 2007.
Major League Baseball players will wear colorful jerseys with their individual nicknames on the back for the newly-created Players Weekend w…
Junior Cole Kosco returns at quarterback looking to lead the Bulldogs to week eleven.
Youngstown, OH beat Johnstown, PA twice to win the Host Area championship and a berth in the 2017 DICK’S Sporting Goods PONY League World Se…
Poland (Central) defeated Southwest 6-0 and moved into the semifinal of the Junior League World Series Thursday night in Kirland, Washington…
Big 22 alum Parker Sherry returns at quarterback for his junior year with two years experience.
Poland Junior Girls (Central Region) got the 4-2 victory over Asia-Pacific and finished World Series pool play with a 3-1 record.
New Castle’s Marcus Hooker has verbally committed to play college football at Ohio State.
The 2017 Cardinals will play their first five games on the road, including match-ups against Hoban, DeSales and Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary.
After going undefeated in State and Regionals, the team is representing the Mahoning Valley, the state of Ohio and the mid-western region of…
YSU officials are hopeful last season’s National Championship run will lead to improved attendance in 2017.
During his sophomore campaign, Waid tossed for over 2,600 yards and ran for 725 yards on the ground with a total of 38 touchdowns.
Warren JFK will kickoff the regular season on Thursday August 24 on the road at Champion.
Sports Team 27 has confirmed that veteran Brian Marrow is the new head football coach of the East Panthers.
The Scrappers completed a 3-game sweep of the Brooklyn Cyclones with a 4-2 win Thursday night at Eastwood Field.
The Scrappers improve to 12-10 on the season, while the Cyclones drop to 6-16.