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The first-round playoff pairings for this coming weekend involve 13 area teams.
Poland and Canfield shared the Mahoning Valley media stage Friday morning, but the Cardinals took the night for themselves.
Fitch’s Nate Leskovac brings down Mooney quarterback John Murphy during the first half of their game Friday at Fitch Falcon Stadium in Austintown. The Falcons won The Battle of the Birds 24-14.
The Indians finished with big wins over LaBrae and Liberty to secure a postseason berth.
Both teams should host first-round playoff games.
The Clippers pulled away from a halftime tie for a 33-14 win over East Palestine.
Akron SV-SM 21, Ursuline 0 youngstown Terrance Keyes Jr. rushed for 163 yards and a touchdown to
McDonald’s win wrapped up the 16th undefeated regular season in school history.
Canfield athletic director Greg Cooper is getting a big boost from his own department
Canfield quarterback Paris Bumgardner examines the defense before taking the snap during practice Monday at the high school. The Cardinals face their cross-town rivals — the Poland Bulldogs — tonight in what may be last The Battle of 224 in the foreseeable future. Tonight’s
The Wildcats gained most of their 309 rushing yards between the tackles.
Warren Harding stayed calm and trusted Kay’Ron Adams in its win over East.
It wasn’t just a game that came down to one kick Friday night for Fitch and Boardman. It was a season.
The Indians did it with defense in a 35-21 victory.
Jason Santisi rushes for 231 yards and three touchdowns against Ursuline.
A pass from Cam Resatar to QB Davion Daniels set up a Rafael Morales TD run.
It took 25 attempts, but the Southern Indians can finally say they beat the Columbiana Clippers.