Canfield’s boys golf team defeated Fitch on Wednesday, 163-174.
The Mooney girls tennis team improved to 10-0 with a 4-1 victory over Gilmour Academy on Wednesday in State Match play.
The Niles’ girls soccer team scored seven goals en route to a victory over Ursuline on Wednesday.
Howland girl’s soccer team improves to 2-0 on the year after beating Austintown Fitch on Wednesday night.
A look at some of the early contenders for the Big 22 contest.
Crestview Rebels senior linemen Dustin Gorby has returned to play for the Rebels this fall after a year-long battle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Former Youngstown State women’s basketball star Brandi Brown will have the opportunity to continue her career at the professional level after signing a contract to play professionally in Sweden starting in September.
The No. 24-ranked Youngstown State football team opens its 73rd season on Thursday, Aug. 29, playing host to Dayton at Stambaugh Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m., and you can see it live on MyYTV.
Howland senior Seyla Perez scored four goals as the Tigers defeated Hubbard in girls high school soccer Monday evening.
Irish goalkeeper Trey Roller had 13 saves for Ursuline while Steven Pop racked up 15 for the Rockets.
Cardinal Mooney defeated East Palestine in high school volleyball Monday night.
Lakeview entertains Hubbard this Friday in a week one tilt.
The Hornets will begin the season on the road this Friday at Strong Vincent.
Cardinals defeat the Bulldogs in boys golf Monday afternoon.
Both Irish soccer teams beat the Potters on Saturday afternoon.
Dominic Menendez begins his first season as the head coach of the Howland Tigers.
Reynolds begins 2013 with a visit from Maplewood on Friday.
South Range makes the trek to Mollenkopf Stadium to take on the Kennedy Eagles this Saturday.
Harding welcomes Fitch as these two rivals open the campaign on the Game of the Week this Friday.
The 68th Steel Bowl is the beginning of the 2013 season for Farrell and Sharon.