YSU senior thrower Bobby Grace capped a strong career with a 14th-place finish in the shot put on Wednesday at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Fi…
The Scrappers season is set to begin on Friday. Here’s a look at the opening day roster (subject to change).
The rosters for the 2nd annual High School Valley All-Star Baseball Classic are set for this Saturday.
The Hornets will look to make their way back to the post-season once again this fall. Players like Lou Derloni will be the catalyst to achie…
Reserve’s Joe Falasca caught 15 touchdowns during the 2013 regular season as a junior.
Neshannock’s fell to Claysburg-Kimmel 5-4 in the PIAA Class A State Semifinals at Hempfield High School.
Meet the 2014 Diamond Kings
The North-South All-Star football game will take place at Thiel College’s Alumni Stadium this Saturday at 7 p.m.
The Scrappers will head to Jamestown, New York to take on the Jammers in the 2014 season opener.
Pirates’ New York-Penn League affiliate, Jamestown Jammers, will host the Scrappers in the 2014 season opener on Friday.
The Scrappers’ begin the 2014 season with a trip to Jamestown this Friday.
I understand it’s only the beginning of June, is it too early to talk football? Nonsense. Here’s a look at senior Logan Clarke at Mercer.
Columbus, Ohio (WKBN)- It was championship Saturday in Columbus for the state track and field meet as the majority of the events crowned w…
Columbus, Ohio (WKBN)- The McDonald girls made school history Saturday, winning the OHSAA Division III state title with 45 total points. I…
More than one hundred local athletes are competing at the State Track and Field Meet in Columbus.
McDonald’s Jai’Lyn Mosley, senior swept both the shotput and discus State titles in Division III.
The first round of the 2014 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft has been completed.
The Valley Extreme 12U Girls softball team last weekend won the ASA Eastern National Qualifier Fastpitch Tournament.
Western Reserve fell to Newark Catholic 6-2 in the Division IV State Semifinals Thursday at Huntington Park in Columbus.
The Indians and the Pirates have had their fair share of late round gems over the past thirty years.