We are through just two weeks of high school football, and there’s already been over 150-thousand votes cast online for our Big 22 contenders. Here are the standouts from week two.
We have over one hundred players already in the running on our website. Here’s the players that caught our attention in week one.
The first installment of this season’s High School Football Power Rankings.
Youngstown State gears up for final non-conference game of the season when hosting the Dukes Saturday afternoon.
Seven local high school football teams are ranked in the top ten of the latest AP poll.
Hope Sutton scored with 1:11 left in regulation to give the Tigers a 2-1 win over Niles in girls high school soccer.
The Lady Cardinals defeat the Wildcats 8-0 in girls high school soccer.
Hubbard senior Melissa Thomas scored three goals in a 5-4 victory over Poland.
Brookfield’s Delaney Saxton had 17 kills, nine assists, and five digs in a 3-1 victory over Sharon.
Warren JFK girls defeated Ursuline on Monday night, 5-1.
Golden Eagles pull away in the 2nd half to defeat Columbiana 4-2 in girls high school soccer.
A look at the top five plays for Week 3 of the high school football season.
The Rebels will travel to Memorial Stadium to take on South Range in a rivalry game on this Friday’s Game of the Week.
Girard shuts down Warren JFK to earn a victory Saturday night at Mollenkopf Stadium in Warren.
With the loss, the Eagles drop to (0-3) on the season. They host Grand Valley on Saturday Week 4.
Cardinal Mooney cruises against Akron Buchtel
Mercer tops Kennedy Catholic in high school football action.
Michigan State leads YSU 52-17 midway through the fourth quarter.
Foster Reznor does it all as Grove City beats Reynolds on the road
The Cardinals drop to 0-3 on the season.