The Nielsen company said the top Super Bowl audience was 2015’s game between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks.
Youngstown native, and Chaney grad Frank Sinkwich was the top player taken in the 1943 NFL Draft
The Vikings hold the top spot in Division III.
West Branch takes the top seed in the Austintown District.
Philly.com reports the theft from “Kobe’s Shrine” outside the Bryant Gymnasium.
Tom Brady doesn’t want to talk about “Deflategate.”
It marked the Patriots’ fifth Super Bowl victory.
Gregory Polanco will flip from right field to left, with Starling Marte sliding over from left to center.
McDonald is scheduled to face Jackson-Milton and Western Reserve this week.
Edgewood plays host to Struthers and at Poland this week in two pivotal games for the Warriors.
A Mercer County rivalry matchup will be featured on this Tuesday’s High School Basketball Game of the Week.
The YSU men got off to a hot start but could not hold off Detroit Mercy on Saturday night at the Beeghly Center.
The Cavaliers won for the ninth straight time against the Knicks.
The Kennedy Catholic boys have won 37-straight against PA teams after topping Constitution Saturday night.
The YSU women grabbed their first away win of the season Saturday night as they traveled to UIC and got the win.
It’s the first time two wrestlers notched a four-peat in the same year.
Jason Taylor, Morten Andersen, Jerry Jones and Kenny Easley also made it.
The final score was Ursuline 80, Cardinal Mooney 52.
The Tigers are undefeated in tier play and can clinch the White Tier with a win over Columbiana next Tuesday.
Kade Hilles 25-points leads Devils past Sebring
Ursuline’s Anise Algahmee was named Player of the Game for his play in an 80-52 win over arch-rival Cardinal Mooney.
Next up for Austintown Fitch, the Falcons will host Lakeside on Tuesday