The team geared up for the State Tournament with a fire and police escort Friday night.
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Batavia used a 7-run 1st inning to beat Mahoning Valley, 11-3 Wednesday at Eastwood Field.
Mahoning Valley defeated the Batavia Muckdogs, 8-3 Tuesday, thanks to a strong outing from starter Grant Hockin.
Simeon Lucas hit a grand slam in the 7th inning to open things up for Mahoning Valley Monday.
The team has not lost in over two years, and will compete in Kentucky next week.
The team will compete for a spot in the Cal Ripken World Series.
After overcoming a complex brain surgery that had a 10 percent success rate, Kempo has a renewed sense of purpose.
Nearly 200 athletes participated in the event this year, which teaches kids how to make healthy choices.
Outfielder Will Benson hit a solo home run in the 4th inning, but the Scrappers lost their 8th straight 4th of July game.
Over 150 golfers played in a sold-out outing that benefited Canfield sports and clubs.
Oscar Gonzalez homered in back-to-back at bats to help the Scrappers beat Auburn, 5-4 Friday.
The Scrappers open the season Monday in WV, with their first home game Wednesday at Eastwood Field.
“Popo” recorded a 7th round TKO in the headline event of “Friday Night at the Fights.”
The pro-am card will feature 5 pro fights and 8 amateur bouts at St. Lucy’s.
Tallmadge edged the Cardinals, 3-2, Saturday in a Division II Regional Championship in Hudson.
The Golden Flashes beat Tuslaw, 4-0, Saturday, advancing to the State Tournament for the second time in three years.
The Eagles finish the season with a 16-6 overall record.
The Cardinals will face Tallmadge Saturday at noon.
The Mustangs advance to play Lucas Saturday at noon.
The Spartans finish the season 16-14 following a 6-1 loss Friday.
The two schools swept the girls and boys team competition Saturday at Reid Stadium.
The Penguins are hosting the Horizon League Outdoor Championship this weekend.