The Hickory girls became the first Mercer County basketball team to finish the regular season undefeated, in 27 years. Now the Hornets are looking to swarm the tournament.
Liz Hornberger and Heidi Schlegel combined for 51 points, and the Youngstown State women’s basketball team never trailed in an 81-69 victory at Milwaukee on Friday.
Wellsville Senior Nate became the school’s all-time leading scorer as the Tigers topped Lowellville, 69-66 Friday night.
East’s Terrell McClain scored 16 in the losing effort.
New Castle boys will play tomorrow while both Neshannock’s girls and boys will be in action this weekend.
The Golden Eagles are set to begin their tournament run in the Class A semifinals on Tuesday.
The Lady Wildcats have won 16 games and finished with over 40 rebounds per game this season.
Our Student Athlete of the Week is a three-year letterwinner in both soccer and basketball. This LaBrae senior battled injury her senior Year, but through hard work and dedication, she has still managed to come out on top.
Youngstown State senior Kendrick Perry scored a career-high 35 points and Ryan Weber had a clutch five points late in overtime to lift the Penguins to a big 88-83 win over Milwaukee on Thursday night at the Beeghly Center.
The Struthers girls advance to the Division II District semifinals after a 66-52 victory over Streetsboro.
Doug Velasquez has stepped down as head football coach at Mineral Ridge to pursue his teaching career.
Ursuline has earned a number two seed in the Division III tournament, and we get up close and personal with head coach Keith Gunther, Mic’d Up.
Girard’s Savannah Teter and East Palestine’s Faith Anderson competed in the Division II State diving competition.
South Range topped Cardinal Mooney 45-39 in overtime in the Division III Sectionals Wednesday night.
Wellsville has the opportunity to clinch a perfect regular season in the ITCL on the Game of the Week. Lowellville is seeking redemption.
Hubbard has seven players who average 4 points or more.
Chris Greathouse has made 41% of his three-point shots this season.
Coach Mark Baker’s group has rebounded 40 caroms per game and has shot 66% from the free throw line this season.
Kendrick Perry is YSU’s Division I scoring leader, and the Horizon League leader in career steals.
After a back and forth three quarters, Fitch put Boardman away late to win 69-59 Tuesday.