Four area boys high school basketball teams are ranked in the State Top Ten this week
Lamoureux-Morando came into these games among the top five active scoring leaders in the Olympics with 14 points.
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon hosted the North Koreans for lunch Sunday before Moon’s chief of staff.
The name means palace – greatly blessed by heaven, but its history would say otherwise.
The Youngstown State Penguins hit the field for the first time in 2018 as YSU began spring practice.
Canfield reached the semifinals of the State Wrestling Dual Team Championships but were knocked out by Wauseon.
The Clippers are coming off of a defensive effort which netted just 23 points to Jackson-Milton.
LeBron James quieted a Celtics crowd that came to celebrate Paul Pierce.
Sidney Crosby scored twice, including his 400th career goal.
Bowman turned a lap at 195.644 mph on Sunday to earn the top starting spot for the Daytona 500.
McDonald repeats their top seed (2017-18) for the first time since 2010 and 2011.
Since the District moved from Warren to Orwell in 2014, Cornerstone has been a top 3 seed each year.
The Vikings have been the District’s top seed in six of the last eight years.
South Range is the first school to nab the top seed in Salem in back-to-back years (2017-18) since Springfield did in 2012-13.
Poland saw their 17-game win streak come to an end on Friday against Edgewood.
Last year, the Raiders were the #4 seed in Alliance.
Of the 4 local teams in the District, the Cardinals are the only which are playing host to their first round game.
Aaron Iler had a game-high 26 points to pace LaBrae to their 18th win of the season.
Teenager Red Gerard has won the United States’ first gold medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics.
The Raiders beat Southern Columbia Saturday to set a new state record.
Abby White and Allison Smith each scored a game-high 20 points in a 51-50 win for the Golden Flashes Saturday.
Patrick is retiring after she races in the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500.