Find out which high school football players earned a place in the 2016 Big 22.
Week ten means the end of our Big 22 contest. And there are some standouts that are making a late run.
Carr ran for 200 yards, and scored four touchdowns against state-ranked Wilmington last Friday.
We are seven weeks into the high school football season, and the cream is starting to rise. Wins are piling up, and records are being broken…
Struthers Quarterback A.J. Musolino racked up over 140 yards rushing, and scored three times in the Wildcat’s 28-21 win over Poland.
Sharon junior Ziyon Strickland remains a strong Big 22 contender after he scored four times last Friday night.
Big wins and broken records were a couple of the storylines in week three of the high school football season. It’s also a great way to conte…
Chuck Carr had another big week for Hickory as he leads our Big 22 contenders for Week 2.
Garrison reeled in seven passes for 127 yards and two touchdowns in the Bulldogs win over Campbell.
Here are some of the players that have caught our eye, so far, in 2016.
The Big 22 will be announced in a few weeks on 27 First News.
The Big 22 Class of 2015 awards were presented December 17th at Antone’s Banquet Centre.
Tomko piled up 2,701 passing yards and 29 touchdowns on the seasons. Both of those marks are Mercer County single-season records.
Bowden piled up 2,467 total yards on the season for the Raiders.
Nearly 200 were in attendance for the tenth annual event at Antone’s Banquet Center in Boardman.
Graziani returned a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown to lead Boardman past Austintown Fitch in week nine.
Garver racked up over 200 yards and scored 3 touchdowns in Poland’s 35-0 win over Lakeview in week eight.
Humeniuk reeled in three touchdown receptions in Friday night’s win over Minerva.
Johnson rushed for 190 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Irish victory over Warren Harding.
Carr put on a show racking up 23 carries, 325 yards, and four touchdowns in week four.
Donlow racked up 10 tackles, and two sacks in the 14-0 win over Liberty.