Coach Andy Hake’s bunch has won nine games or more in each of his first four seasons at the helm.
The Eagles hope to return to the playoffs for the second straight year.
Salem’s Logan Taylor returns following a 118 tackle season.
The Potters won their last three games of the 2012 season.
Kevin Cylar takes over for Brian Jones as Liberty’s head football coach.
Last fall, Struthers finished with their first winning season since 2000.
West Branch won their first conference championship since 1999 in 2012.
The Red Devils return four All-AAC First-Teamers from a year ago.
South Range will look to compete for the Upper Tier title in 2013.
Match ups against Streetsboro and Cuyahoga Heights highlight a grueling out of conference schedule for McDonald.
Southern has won 23 games over the course of the last three seasons.
Coach Jim Wildman returns to the sidelines after compiling 208 victories in 25 years.
Coach Mike Palumbo begins his second season as the leader of the Mustang program.
Tony Foster takes over as East Palestine’s head football coach in 2013.
The Professional Putting Association will hold the Northern Open at Warren Putt Putt this weekend.
Sharpsville is in search of their fifth consecutive double-digit win total in 2013.
Wilmington has won 96 games over the last nine seasons.
The Scrappers fell to Williamsport, 11-6, in front of the eighth largest crowd in Eastwood Field history on Thursday.
The Tri-County Team Elite will send 14 athletes to the Junior Olympics at Eastern Michigan University at the end of July.
Coach Brian Shaner guided Niles to a historic 2012 season which was highlighted by the school’s first home playoff game.