New Castle standout Malik Hooker and Hickory’s Nikki Arbanas were named First-Team All State Friday.
The Indians are looking for back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since 2001.
The second round of the 27th annual KO Drugs High School Boxing Tournament took place Thursday at the North Lima Business Complex.
The Akron RubberDucks will begin the 2014 season with a trip to Binghamton to take on the Mets tomorrow night at 6:35 PM.
Senior pitcher Trent Collins gave up just three hits and one earned run through four innings, and Austintown Fitch defeated Boardman, 5-2 at…
Mineral Ridge used four runs in the top of the 2nd inning to pull away from Lowellville, 6-1 at Bob Cene Park Wednesday. Greg Strohmeyer thr…
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is one of the most physical forms of martial arts. And it’s a sport that James Terlecki has spent many years perfecting,…
Cardinal Mooney topped Springfield 15-3 in five innings on Tuesday.
YSU Sophomore Ryan Weber will reportedly transfer out of the Penguins’ program.
Cardinal Mooney topped Saint Thomas Aquinas, 8-1 in the season opener Monday night at Cene Park.
East begins their first in the All-American Conference.
The first day of ticket sales on April 7 kicks off a 72-hour sale featuring $5 box seat tickets for the Mahoning Valley Scrappers home opene…
The Cardinals will begin their 2014 season this week.
Springfield plays at Poland this evening.
The 27th annual K-O Drugs Boxing Tournament got underway Thursday evening
Head coach Ralph Blundo took the mic in front of the crowd and thanked fans for their unwavering support.
LaBrae’s Peyton Aldridge took top honors at the Al Beach Slam Dunk Contest Wednesday at Boardman High School.
Youngstown State improves to 3-14 following their strong outing in Athens today.
The Boys Starting Five Class of 2014 has been announced, with LaBrae’s Peyton Aldridge named Player of the Year.
Youngstown State and Ohio are both looking to snap losing streaks.