The 2016 Associated Press All-Northeast Inland District football teams, as selected by a media panel from the district.
LeBron James is giving back to a champion who shaped his life.
Last year, Newton Falls won the Division III Warren District.
Last year, the Indians knocked off three teams who went onto win their respective divisions.
Liberty named Chris Kohl the head coach of the Leopards’ basketball program this past offseason.
The Red Devils will be led by Nick Canterino, who was named the head basketball coach this past Spring.
The Raiders are one win away from a trip to the Division II State Final Four.
Hickory fell to Mercyhurst Prep 1-0 in overtime in the PIAA Class 2A Western Final Tuesday night.
Coach Justin Townsend is in his second season at the helm of Hubbard basketball.
In James Carrino’s first season as head coach, Champion won 16 games.
Shawn Hammond begins his first-season leading the boys’ team at Brookfield High School.
Coach Jason Senedak takes over at Lakeview as he welcomes back four starters.
Sharpsville will battle Wilmington for the Class AA District 10 crown.
New Castle heads to Heinz Field on Friday to take on undefeated Thomas Jefferson in the WPIAL Championship.
The slumping Pittsburgh Steelers will have to scramble for a playoff berth without defensive end Cam Heyward.
James says such comments underscore the difficulties young African-Americans have in gaining respect, especially in the business world.
Sashi Brown praised Jackson for keeping his team playing hard despite the worst start in team history.
Last year, the Raiders finished with a perfect 14-0 mark in the AAC Red Tier.
The Falcons lost eight seniors to graduation.
Senior John Ryan returns after a solid junior season which saw him average 13.3 points.