The Champion girls exact revenge on Newton Falls, beating the Tigers, 11-6, on Tuesday. The Flashes lost to the Tigers on Monday, 7-6.
The Irish have gone 35 straight innings without giving up a run, beating Mooney 1-0 on Tuesday afternoon.
East Palestine’s longtime boys’ basketball coach Tom Bingham resigned following 16 years of service.
Jefferson utilized a six-run third inning to turn away Girard.
Rebels score seven runs in the 5th inning to help defeat Mineral Ridge, 11-3.
Poland remains undefeated on the year after a 10-5 victory over Fitch.
The Howland Tigers outlasted Canfield in a high-scoring affair on Monday evening.
Tigers defeat East Palestine, 10-7, in a back-and-forth affair on Monday afternoon.
Liberty’s Michael Moamif stole home to give the Leopards a 9-8 victory over Lakeview.
Bailey Shade strikes out seven as the Tigers come back to defeat Champion, 7-6.
LaBrae’s softball team is enjoying early season success while Mooney’s baseball bunch are unbeaten.
The Golden Eagle senior guard will be heading to Slippery Rock University as she signed her letter of intent Friday evening.
Fitch’s boys track team registered an impressive performance at the William Ward Invitational today.
The Cardinals hold on to beat the Tigers 6-5, despite Springfield’s four runs in the bottom of the seventh.
Evan Croutch hit a three run bomb in the bottom of the sixth to give the Spartans a 6-4 lead and eventual victory over the Falcons.
Howland’s Hannah Burke throws a no-hitter against Liberty, winning 15-0 in 5 innings.
The Spartans registered their first win of the year following extra inning heroics by John Diamond.
The Falcons scored six runs in the second inning in route to a 14-3 victory over Harding.
Junior quarterback Chris Durkin verbally committed to play football at Michigan State University in the Fall of 2014.
Kennedy Catholic head girls basketball coach Tom Burns was relieved of his duties after a 24-3 season with the Golden Eagles.