Crestview and South Range have had some great games over the years, but perhaps none better than their meeting in 2008.
Western Reserve is ranked #2 in the latest AP high school football poll.
We’ve reached the halfway point of the regular season. Here are some players that shined brightest in week four.
JFK and Brookfield will both be seeking to get back on track after last week’s losses.
Reserve and McDonald, two powerhouses will square off on the Game of the Week this Friday.
A look at the top plays from week four of the high school football season.
Grove City’s statistics through week four.
Crestview’s Collin Gilbert has put together a strong first four games from the quarterback position once again.
Youngstown Christian defeats Grand Valley 40-28 for first win over the season.
Purple Raiders open Ohio Athletic Conference play with a 37-0 win.
Youngstown State scored three unanswered touchdowns in the second half and topped the Dukes 59-17.
Western Reserve tops Jackson-Milton 43-24 to improve to 4-0.
Farrell notches their third win of the year by defeating Redbank Valley, 40-22, on homecoming night.
Greenville improves to 4-0 following their 21-16 victory over Sharon tonight.
The Hornets ended Grove City’s home winning streak at Forker Field with a 37-7 victory.
After dropping their first two contests, United has evened their record at 2-2 following their 34-0 victory over Southern this evening. The game marked both team’s ITCL Upper Tier opener.
The Blue Devils improve to 3-1 on the season.
Lowellville and Mineral Ridge battle in a shootout, but it was the Rockets that came out on top.
The Cardinals dropped to 0-4 on the season.
The Mustangs remains unbeaten, while the Sailors suffered their first loss of the season.