Get an inside look of Youngstown East head coach PJ Mays, Mic’d Up.
Jackson-Milton’s Erica Hughes surpassed 1,500 career kills Wednesday evening against Western Reserve.
Farrell is 4-1 and will host Lakeview this Friday.
Poland’s Melinda Hannon is making her third trip to state in four years.
Lordstown posted six goals on the night, in a 6-1 victory over Newton Falls.
South Range improved to 15-2 on the season following a 3-0 (25-10, 25-13, 25-11) win over Lisbon Tuesday night.
Fourteen local high school football teams would make the cut if the postseason began today.
Lakeview topped Howland 3-0 (25-11, 25-12, 25-8) in high school volleyball action Monday night.
Canfield’s Joe Sylvester recently set a new world record in his “Bad Habit” monster truck.
Delaney Saxton finished with 22 kills, 12 points, 6 aces,10 digs to lead Brookfield past LaBrae 3-0.
Alivia Sandberg had 17 kills and 20 digs as Hubbard defeated Salem, 3-1 on Monday night.
The Salem girls soccer team defeated Howland on Monday night, 1-0.
Te’Aire Leano led the way with 23 digs, while Sumayyah Muhammad tallied 14 kills in Harding’s 3-1 win over Newton Falls.
Austintown Fitch and Western Reserve are both ranked #2 in the state in their respective divisions in the latest edition of the AP Poll.
October gets underway with a match up of one loss teams (Lakeview and Farrell) in Region 1 play.
A look at the best plays from week five of the high school football season.
The Victory Christian Lady Chargers stole a three game comeback win Friday night against the South Ridge Christian academy Patriots.
Purple Raiders score most points in school history in 84-14 win over Marietta.
Tigers defeat Warren Harding 5-0 Saturday afternoon in girls high school soccer.
Youngstown defeats Green Bay 3-2 in overtime Saturday afternoon.