New Castle’s Malik Hooker verbally commits to Ohio State.
Canfield’s Edmond Pilolli enjoyed a solid junior campaign as he connected on a 34.1 average per punt.
Liberty’s DaQuan Carter has a superb junior season by tallying 97 tackles and 2 interceptions.
Campbell’s Adrien Brown enjoyed much success in 2012 as compiled 84 tackles and scored 2 defensive touchdowns.
Columbiana’s 6’4 defensive end Mike Buzzard leads the Clippers defense into 2013.
Bill Bohren has been a part of 288 victories in his 47-year coaching career. Number 289 will certainly have a different feel to it.
Howland has won the conference crown each of the five seasons that the All-American Conference has been in existence.
Cardinal Mooney will look to rebound from a disappointing 3-6 2012.
P.J. Mays is East’s third head coach in as many years.
Fitch’s Darrin Hall and Sam Ortiz will lead the Falcons into 2013.
Harding won 9 games in a row last year to make their 9th appearance in the OHSAA playoffs.
Larry Kempe begins his second season as the head football coach at Ursuline with a week one match up against Walsh Jesuit.
Hubbard is in search of the 7th playoff appearance in the last 8 years.
The Cardinals are seeking a return to the post-season in 2013.
Coach Brian Marrow has won 40 games in 6 years at the helm of Youngstown Christian.
Southington has made significant improvement over the last two seasons.
Any student in grades 7 through 12 wishing to participate in athletics or cheerleading must now submit to a drug test.
Dominic Menendez takes over a Howland football program which has advanced to the post-season in each of the last six years.
Champion closed out 2012 with an upset victory over playoff bound Liberty.
Quarterback Brandon Fuller is back for his senior season with the Tigers.