"King James" will return to his throne in the 2014-15 season for the Cavaliers after revealing his plans in an SI.com article.
LeBron James has said he is coming home.
Hubbard Running Back L.J. Scott has verbally committed to play college football at Michigan State.
The Bulldogs will look to end their 10-game losing streak when they welcome McDonald in week one.
The 'Hounds make the move to Class A in 2014.
Head coach P.J. Mays returns for his second season after a 1-9 mark in 2013.
Farrell will not open the 2014 campaign against Sharon but a home matchup with Erie East.
Grove City seeks a 13th straight year with a winning season.
Coach Brian Hoffman has compiled a winning percentage of 75.3% in his 7 seasons at the helm of Hubbard football.
Senior Mike Millero has a chance to catch Ron Park's school record of 4,537 yards rushing.
Lisbon's quarterback Josh Liberati threw for almost 400 yards more last year than he had in 2012.
The Trojans' lost a bunch on offense from last year's undefeated group. Will Greenville again reign supreme in Class AA.
Columbiana looks to return to the post-season in 2014.
Jackson-Milton enjoyed their first winning season since 1997 last fall.
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Former YSU Penguin Kendrick Perry will play alongside Victor Oladipo, Aaron Gordon and Seth Curry beginning Saturday in Orlando.
The Scrappers have had a laundry list of alums who have gone onto have success at the grandest stage, Major League Baseball.
Former YSU standout Kendrick Perry will play for the Orlando Magic in the Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League, July 5-11.