The Boys Starting Five Class of 2014 has been announced, with LaBrae’s Peyton Aldridge named Player of the Year.
Youngstown State and Ohio are both looking to snap losing streaks.
LaBrae’s Peyton Aldridge took top honors in the Frank Bubba Classic Slam Dunk Contest.
The Starting Five Class of 2014 has been announced, with Fitch’s Megan Sefcik named Player of the Year.
Two of the top basketball players in the area were honored Monday at the 27th Annual Trumbull County Basketball Banquet.
The Youngstown State football team went through its first workout of the spring on Saturday morning at Stambaugh Stadium.
New Castle capped their undefeated season with a 52-39 victory in the PIAA Quad A State Championship over La Salle College tonight.
Perfection is not easy to come by, but the New Castle boys have been just that for 30 straight games. Saturday, the Red Hurricanes will try …
The annual state high school basketball tournament seems to be an appropriate time to recall one of the area’s few state championship basket…
Ohio State meets Dayton this afternoon in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Check out which games will be airing on your local CBS affiliate, WKBN 27.
New Castle has compiled a 86-2 record over the past three seasons. Ralph Blundo’s group is one win away from securing a state championship.
Senior Casey Crozier tossed a one-hitter and senior Sarah Ingalls had four runs batted in and hit the first home run in facility history as …
The New Castle boys basketball team is now one win away from a PIAA State Title, following a 58-54 win over Abington Tuesday night.
Wellsville’s Nate Scott was named 1st team All-Ohio in Division IV.
Labrae’s Peyton Aldridge is named 1st team All-Ohio in Division III.
With the NCAA Tournament’s First Four getting underway this evening, here’s a look at the Penguins’ past playoff history.
Richard Stout redefines the word strong. The Niles resident recently finished 4th in the strong man world championships earlier this month. …
Poland’s Jake Wolfe was among the local players recognized in All-Ohio postseason honors in Division II.
Austintown Fitch’s Jessie Driver was named Second-Team All-Ohio in Division I.