Southern’s Jared Shilot had a huge 2012. Can the 6’2 target repeat his numbers this fall? Indian fans hope so.
L.J. Scott (Hubbard) and Blake Reddick (Lakeview, PA) headline a star studded list of running backs to watch in 2013.
Mahoning County takes top honors in the Jack Arvin Classic, winning 36-30 over Trumbull County.
We are a little over two months away from the start of the high school football season. To wet your whistle, here’s the quarterback watch li…
Red Dragon offensive lineman Josh Krok has verbally committed to play football at West Virginia University.
Urban Meyer made his first public appearance in the Valley on Monday night. The Buckeyes’ boss revealed his high hopes for the fall and how …
Neshannock gives up 13 runs, six of which were bases-loaded walks, and lose to Williams Valley, 13-0, in six innings in the PIAA Class A fin…
A week from tonight, the 29th annual Jack Arvin Classic will take place at Girard’s Arrowhead Stadium with kickoff set for 7:00 p.m.
Several schools change division for the 2013 and 2014 football seasons due to OHSAA realignment.
A Cardinal Mooney coach has resigned after the Ohio State High School Athletic Association began investigating a possible improper dinner re…
The veteran coach previously led the Irish girls’ basketball program to a state title in 2004.
Warren JFK’s Carl and Chad Zallow are two of the top sprinters in the state of Ohio.
The Lancers advance to the PIAA Class A State Championship with a 4-1 win over Southern Huntingdon.
Following another successful baseball and softball season, the Diamond Kings Class of 2013 is announced.
The Tigers fell to Newark Catholic, 2-1, in the Divsion IV State Finals.
Mark Hadley of Boardman set a school record in the 3200 Meter Run and placed third in the Division I State Tournament.
JFK’s Chad Zallow set a state record of 36.87 in the boys 300 Meter Hurdles on his way to a first place finish.
Anthony Shivers of Salem placed first in the State Tournamet in the discuss throw.
The Tigers advance to face Newark Catholic in the Division IV State Finals on Sunday afternoon.
The Tigers making their second state appearance in the last three years.