Youngstown, being right between Pittsburgh and Cleveland, showcases the cutthroat rivalry of Steelers and Browns fans.
Six Valley teams in PA are still alive in the D-10 playoffs as the semifinals are set for Friday and Saturday.
Ursuline, Crestview and Warren JFK are all heading to the Regional Finals after high school football playoff wins.
James scored 37 points for Cleveland, which lost for the first time since dropping a 97-95 decision at Chicago in the season opener.
The Big Red topped the Quakers 46-7 Saturday night at Minerva.
Carr scored four touchdowns to lead Hickory to a 41-8 win over North East.
The Trojans won 50-0 and advance to play Sharon next week.
The Bison rallied past the Penguins 27-24 at Stambaugh Stadium.
The Raiders fell, 9-0 to the Cincinnati powerhouse in the D3 State Finals.
The Penguins rallied in the second half, but came up short in a 79-70 loss Saturday.
The Irish topped the previously unbeaten Bulldogs 27-20 Saturday night at Hudson.
The Hornets used a balanced attack to defeat the Warriors, 27-17 Saturday.
Pittsburgh lost for the second straight night after winning seven of their previous eight games.
J.T. Barrett was back from his one-game suspension, and some of his best plays turned out to be handoffs to Ezekiel Elliott.
Andrew Tomko threw 5 touchdowns in the opening half as the Tigers rolled to a big victory.
Crestview cruises past LaBrae in Division V, Region 15 playoff game.
Cash connected on a pair of free throws with less than a second left to lead YSU to a 53-51 victory.
A 26-yard field goal by Mayfield Kicker Ryan McCalligan with :01 left in the game sealed a 23-21 victory for the Wildcats.
The Eagles blasted Toronto 40-6 Friday night in the Division VII playoffs.
The Rebels topped the Vikings 27-7 Friday night at Boardman’s Spartan Stadium.