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Mahoning Valley football coaches can’t seem to stay retired

As a high school football coach, Paul Hulea had nothing left to prove.


Square’s interception seals Valley Christian win against Campbell

The Valley Christian needed one defensive stop


JFK’s late gamble pays off for win

Marantis hits Williamson for winning TD


Giveaways tumble Ursuline

Benedictine took advantage of Irish fumbles


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Banged-up O’Horo returns to sting East

East defensive back Marshall Herron breaks up a pass intended for Boardman receiver Che Trevena during the fist half of their game Friday night at Boardman High School.

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Springfield gets tricky to beat South Range

A boilermaker and a brick house came together to beat South Range

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Wildcats spot-on against Leopards

J.D. Hall passed for 185 yards and two touchdowns for Struthers.

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Whitt’s 2 scores propel Lakeview over Howland

Howland scored nine points late in game


PREP FOOTBALL Friday’s recaps

Cardinal Mooney 45, St. Joseph (Canada) 22 Youngstown Jason Santisi scored four touchdowns to


Girard, Waid roll Niles

It seems safe to say that in the storied history of the series, no player has put together a first half performance quite like Girard senior Mark Waid


Gatrell’s three TDs pace Western Reserve against Columbiana

Thursday night was the last time the Western Reserve Blue Devils and Columbiana Clippers will open the season against each other


Poland escapes Marlington with a win

The thoughts of Poland football coach Ryan Williams ranged from unprintable to unadulterated joy


THURSDAY’S PREPS AT A GLANCE

FOOTBALL Area Scores Beaver Local 35, Wellsville 6 Girard 49, Niles 13 Poland 17, Marlington


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Loaded quarterback class started young

Sherry, Waid, O’Horo and Brungard are part of a class of Mahoning Valley senior quarterbacks which is arguably as talented, and without question as experienced as any quarterback group in area history


Howland taking the next step under Boyle

Steve Boyle may new in his role as the head coach of the Howland football team, but he’s no stranger to the Tigers


Harding learns from down year

What the Raiders lost — 33 seniors — from a team that played in the regional tournament and the 2-7 campaign that resulted is now an asset


Jackson-Milton needs to build leadership, lines

Nathan Brode is more confident heading into his second season as the head coach of the Jackson-Milton football team