Western Reserve tops McDonald by 10.
Joe Alessi leads South Range to another win
Behind quarterback Antwan Harris, Fitch rolls over Boardman
Hickory dominated Titusville on Friday night, 70-13.
Lordstown’s boys soccer team defeated Mathews on Thursday night, 9-1.
Hubbard dropped the first game, but rebounded to win the next three to beat Fitch, 3-1.
Alyssa Harkins finished with 10 kills, wile Peyton Allen added 20 digs, as Mineral Ridge topped United 3-0.
Christian Carr had 20 kills and 11 digs, as Howland topped Niles 3-0 Thursday night.
The Cardinals improve to 9-2-1 on the season.
Melissa Thomas scored four goals in the win for the Eagles.
Lowellville head coach Jeff D’Altorio is Mic’d Up before the Rockets week four battle against Mineral Ridge.
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Cardinal Mooney girls tennis team finished the regular season a perfect 20-0 after defeating Field, 5-0.
Fitch volleyball sweeps Howland in straight games, winning 3-0.
Macey Sarisky had 17 kills, 24 digs, and three aces en route to a 3-1 victory over Canfield.
Urusline’s Zack Freer scored three goals and had one assist in a 5-1 victory over Niles.
South Range bounced back after dropping the first game to take the next three, winning 3-1 over Mineral Ridge.
The Penguins open Missouri Valley Football Conference play on the road Saturday night against Southern Illinois.
Austintown Fitch and Western Reserve headline the local schools making the first edition of the OHSAA football computer ratings.