Boardman, Brookfield, Edgewood, Warren Harding, and Youngstown East will be the five newest members.
Beaver Local will step out of the All-American Conference and begin their first year as an independent since 2007.
Ed Roberson, former defensive coordinator, takes over for Jason McElhaney as the Big Reds' head coach this fall.
Jackson-Milton returns to the Lower Tier of the ITCL with a stable of fifteen starters back from last year's group.
Warren JFK graduate Jason Kokrak finished eight under par at the AT&T National tournament, tying him for third place.
Mahoning Valley falls 4-3 to the Williamsport Crosscutters on Sunday afternoon.
A former star football player from Sharpsville was rushed to the hospital after suffering electric shock.
Willie "The Great" Nelson weighed in at 153 pounds on Friday.
Pennsylvania beats Ohio, 25-22, in the 34th annual Penn-Ohio Stateline Classic on Friday night.
Neshannock's Ernie Burkes is back for his senior season after the Lancers advanced to the WPIAL Semifinals.
The Scrappers lose on the road to Williamsport, 10-5.
Coach Rich Wright returns to the sidelines of a Columbiana County school. He'll lead the Wellsville Tigers this fall.
Senior Blake Reddick leads the Sailors into 2013 as a former 2,000-yard rusher.
The Scrappers get runs in the 4th and 8th innings to beat State College, 2-0, on Thursday night.
Coach John Armeni takes over the LaBrae program from Bill Bohren, who resigned after the 2012 season.
New Castle's college prospect Malik Hooker is one of the many skilled players who will be taking the field this fall for New Castle.
With 17 starters returning, Coach Joe Lamenza is poised to see his team back in the hunt for the WPIAL playoffs.
Joe Sylvester and his "Bad Habit" monster truck will be featured in the "Return of the Monsters" at the Canfield Fairgrounds on Saturday.
Girard will look to improve behind a stable of talented players.
The Trojans are seeking their eighth straight playoff appearance.