High School Basketball Game of the Week – January 19, 2016.
Kennedy Catholic’s Sagaba Konate was named the Player of the Game for his play in a 79-76 overtime victory over Farrell in the High School B…
The McDonald Blue Devils beat the South Range Raiders 76-69.
The Golden Eagles edged the Steelers 79-76 in overtime Tuesday night in the Game of the Week on MyYTV.
Armstrong was also considering Indiana, Cincinnati, Wake Forest, Bowling Green, and Vanderbilt.
Jake Reckard netted 13 points as McDonald picked up a big home win Monday night over ITCL rival South Range.
Graham Mincher led the way with 45 points for the Tigers as Springfield topped Mineral Ridge Monday night in overtime.
The Indians led at halftime, but could not hold off the Warriors Tuesday.
An attorney for Adolphus Washington says the Ohio State lineman will complete a program to learn about victimization of prostitutes.
League-leading Valparaiso used a 10-0 run to pace their way to a big win on the road over Youngstown State.
Hickory’s Jeannette Whitehead tied Sally Ward for the most wins in school history Monday with 316.
Diamond Barber hit a free throw with two seconds left to give the Steelers the victory.
Though there will not be an seventh Lombardi Trophy added to the team’s crowded display, there remains plenty of optimism.
LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony are a step closer to a fourth Olympics, and Stephen Curry is in position for his first.
Mercer County’s best rivalry resumes at Kennedy Catholic this Tuesday when the Golden Eagles host Farrell on the MyYTV Game of the Week.
Vinopal spent the preseason with the Dallas Cowboys, but was released after suffering an ankle injury against the Chargers.
West Virginia recruit Sagaba Konate leads the team in scoring, rebounding and blocks.
Josh Craig and Austin Rutecki have combined to compile a 33 point and 16.8 rebounding average this season.
Denver advanced to the AFC championship game with a 23-16 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
The Panthers hung on in the face of a furious Seahawks rally defeating Seattle, 31-24.