The Scrappers fell to Williamsport, 11-6, in front of the eighth largest crowd in Eastwood Field history on Thursday.
The Tri-County Team Elite will send 14 athletes to the Junior Olympics at Eastern Michigan University at the end of July.
Coach Brian Shaner guided Niles to a historic 2012 season which was highlighted by the school’s first home playoff game.
Coach Pat McClearn’s group hopes to return to the playoffs in 2013.
After an impressive week three victory over Mercer (18-13), Kennedy Catholic stumbled dropping each of their final seven contests. The Eagle…
The Spartans welcome their third head coach in the past four seasons with Joe Ignazio taking over the reins in Boardman.
The Grove City Eagles are in search of their sixth straight region championship.
Lisbon’s Brandon Barnes ran for 1,192 yards as a junior. What does he have in store for 2013?
Head coach Mike Commesso will begin his first summer as the leader of the Shenango Wildcats.
Leetonia began 2012 strong only to falter late. Will this season be different?
Pat Cuba becomes Laurel’s third coach in the last 38 years.
The Scotties are coming off of a season which saw them win their first playoff game since 1979.
Kelly Pavlik discusses for the first time on camera the health issues that helped lead to his retirement.
Boardman, Brookfield, Edgewood, Warren Harding, and Youngstown East will be the five newest members.
Beaver Local will step out of the All-American Conference and begin their first year as an independent since 2007.
Ed Roberson, former defensive coordinator, takes over for Jason McElhaney as the Big Reds’ head coach this fall.
Jackson-Milton returns to the Lower Tier of the ITCL with a stable of fifteen starters back from last year’s group.
Warren JFK graduate Jason Kokrak finished eight under par at the AT&T National tournament, tying him for third place.
Mahoning Valley falls 4-3 to the Williamsport Crosscutters on Sunday afternoon.
A former star football player from Sharpsville was rushed to the hospital after suffering electric shock.
Willie “The Great” Nelson weighed in at 153 pounds on Friday.
Pennsylvania beats Ohio, 25-22, in the 34th annual Penn-Ohio Stateline Classic on Friday night.