Coach Brian Marrow has won 40 games in 6 years at the helm of Youngstown Christian.
Southington has made significant improvement over the last two seasons.
Any student in grades 7 through 12 wishing to participate in athletics or cheerleading must now submit to a drug test.
Kent State has won a $1.2 million judgment against former men’s basketball coach Geno Ford for leaving in 2011 to become coach at Bradley.
The truck-stop chain owned by Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has agreed to pay back the trucking companies that were cheated out of fuel rebates.
Dominic Menendez takes over a Howland football program which has advanced to the post-season in each of the last six years.
Champion closed out 2012 with an upset victory over playoff bound Liberty.
Quarterback Brandon Fuller is back for his senior season with the Tigers.
United’s Garrett Beech (1427) and Mike Martin (1116) combined to rush for 2,543 yards last fall.
Junior Hunter Snyder led the Tigers in 2012 in passing and in rushing.
Sebring looks to improve on last year’s campaign.
Both Jack Loew and Kelly Pavlik could be in opposite corners as trainers when Willie Nelson and Niles native Billy Lyell fight September 28 in Warren.
Three members of the WKBN sports department ran in the “Dunkin Donuts” race at Eastwood Field on Friday night.
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers lost their 10th straight game on Friday night, 2-1, to the Tri City Valley Cats.
Crestview has accumulated the third most victories (51) among area teams within the last five years.
Doug Velasquez begins his first season as the head coach of Mineral Ridge.
Lowellville closed out the 2012 season with wins in each of their final three contests.
Coach Andy Hake’s bunch has won nine games or more in each of his first four seasons at the helm.
The Eagles hope to return to the playoffs for the second straight year.
Salem’s Logan Taylor returns following a 118 tackle season.