Football playoff tickets

Football playoff tickets

Hubbard High School is selling football tickets for its playoff game against Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary Friday at Ravenna Gilcrest Field at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets will be on sale starting on Tuesday at the Hubbard High School office from 8-3 each day and at Eagle Wear Inc., Repair That Glass and Razor Robs during business hours Tuesday through Friday.

For details call 330-534-1921 Ext. 2014.

Western Reserve will sell its playoff tickets in the athletic office.

They will be sold on Tuesday from 6-8 p.m.; and on Wednesday and Thursday from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

They will also be available in the high school office and board of education office on Wednesday-Friday from 7:30-2:30.

For details call 330-501-7379.

OSU women fall, 53-49


Erika Ford scored 13 points and Khaalidah Miller 12 as Georgia held off Ohio State, 53-49.

Miller hit three of her team’s five 3-pointers, including one at 2:19 that extended Georgia lead to 51-45.

Ohio State’s Raven Ferguson scored a putback after an offensive rebound and Ameryst Alston made two free throws in the final minutes, but the Buckeyes could not get closer than four.

Alston scored a game-high 22 points for the Buckeyes (3-1), including six points in the final 6:45. She and Darryce Moore (Boardman) each scored early as Ohio State led 7-1, and were up 33-29 at the half. Moore and Amy Scullion (Salem) scored six points for the Buckeyes.

Ravens GM Newsome stays in Chicago


The Baltimore Ravens say general manager Ozzie Newsome remained in Chicago following Sunday’s game against the Bears because he was not feeling well.

In a statement, the organization says the team doctor “recommended that Ozzie not fly tonight.” The extent of his illness was not clear. A Hall of Fame tight end, the 57-year-old Newsome has been the Ravens’ general manager since 2002.

The Ravens lost 23-20 in overtime to the Bears in a game that was delayed about two hours by rain in the first quarter.


The 1992 Austintown Fitch High football team advanced to Week 13. A story in Sunday’s edition incorrectly said the last Fitch team to play so late in the season was the 1986 team.

Jack Taylor scores 109 points for Grinnell


Jack Taylor renewed his membership in the Century Club.

Taylor scored 109 points for Division III Grinnell College on Sunday, shooting 24-for-48 on 3-pointers in a 173-123 win over Crossroads.

He set an NCAA record for any level by scoring 138 points last Nov. 20 in a 179-104 win over Faith Baptist Bible College.

The only other player to score more than 109 in an NCAA game was Rio Grande’s Clarence “Bevo” Francis, who had 113 against Hillsdale in 1954.

Boardman Center Junior Tennis League


Several athletes received player of the week honors in the Boardman Junior Tennis League.

Janus Barredo (Tier 3), Jessica Lee (Tier 2), Alex Huffman (T-1), Blake McMurray (Tier 3), Grace Mangapora (Tier 2) and Lauren Grimm (T-1) were cited.

Sebastian Vettel takes US Grand Prix race


Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel set a Formula One single-season record with his eighth consecutive victory, winning the U.S. Grand Prix with yet another dominating drive.

Starting from the pole position, Vettel got through the critical first turn with his trademark quick start and gave the field no chance to catch his Red Bull car.

Vettel charges into next weekend’s season finale in Brazil with a chance to tie Michael Schumacher’s Formula One record of 13 victories in a single season.

Vindicator staff/wire reports

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