Wildcats QB AJ Musolino had touchdown runs of 1 and 54 yards.
Corey Kluber carried a shutout into the eighth inning and Lonnie Chisenhall hit a three-run homer.
Gabe Barnard scored on a 55-yard TD pass to put the Tigers ahead; Davidson tied the contest for the Clippers.
Carr scored twice in the first half and twice in the second half.
The Bulldogs kicker notched a 55-yarder.
Wyatt Larimer scored the game-winner — a 3-yard TD run — with just 45 seconds remaining.
Sam Accordino converted the game-winning 25-yard kick for the Cardinals.
Bowden scored on runs of 48, 43 and 65 yards.
Ziyon Strickland found the end zone early for Sharon.
The spotlight is on Cleveland in Week 5. Brady is back.
Francisco Lindor’s homer capped Cleveland’s three-homer rampage in the third inning.
President Barack Obama is honoring the Pittsburgh Penguins at a White House ceremony for winning their fourth Stanley Cup.
Carter Rowney and Kris Letang score in the second period.
Lue rested point guard Kyrie Irving and forward Tristan Thompson.
Baseball has used computer systems since 2001 to evaluate ball-strike calls.
Catcher Yan Gomes is on the Cleveland Indians’ postseason roster after making a stunning recovery from a broken hand.
Former Cavaliers coach David Blatt has accepted a championship ring from the team despite being fired last season.
The Girard boys soccer team hosted “Play For PINK Night” Tuesday against Newton Falls where they raised money for Breast Cancer Research and…
The Rebels defeated South Range in straight sets Tuesday.
Experience helps Jake Clark of United be a coach on the field.