The Golden Flashes won their 7th state title in school history.
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Nate Ifft, a senior, is back after belting 8 doubles and swiping 14 bases a year ago.
The Clippers lose four key players from last year’s 20-win team.
Gabby Schiska returns after registering 11 of the team’s 12 wins pitching a year ago.
Canfield’s 2017 season came to a close against Tallmadge in the Regional Final.
The Spartans played for the District championship a year ago. This year, the goal is the same.
Tyler O’Dell is just one of the many returning letter winners who return for the Indians.
Seth Jackson hit .310 a year ago for the Red Devils.
Maplewood won 15 games a year ago.
Coach Terlecky returns an abundance of talent to a team which won 15 games last year.
The Irish, last year, finished 7-17.
Jake Fonderlin his .429 while Ryan Stefanec earned 6 wins on the hill.
The Warriors finished tied for 1st in the NBC with Louisville last Spring.
The loss of Zach Boni and Chase Wilcox have since graduated.
Coach Andrew Wilde must replace his battery from a year ago.
Four key losses from last year’s team haven’t dampened the mood in East Liverpool.
Coach Gerren has two seniors returning to his Tiger program.
Salem has their eye on setting the school record for wins.
Connor Tamarkin scored an average of 17 points per game this season for the Tigers.
Scott Chronister begins year #1 for Lakeview’s softball team.
Tyler Stephens leads the Vikings in scoring with a 19 point average.
Coach Greg Eskra returns 8 letter winners from last year’s group.