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Kenston shuts down Canfield

Kenston’s Jack Porter breaks loose from Canfield’s McCoy Watkins in first-half action during their Division III, Region 9 final Friday at Mollenkopf Stadium in Warren. Porter scored three times for the Bombers, who downed the Cardinals 33-7.

Mallory scores 15 as YSU crushes Carlow

Madison Mallory led all scorers with 15 points and Alison Smolinski added 14 points for the Penguins.

Hampton helps YSU take down Columbia

Kendale Hampton scored a career-high 32 points.

New Youngstown City Series could soon take shape

Youngstown City Schools and two city parochial schools are in the process of forming a new high school sports league.

Rinaldi, Householder make college commitments

Conchetta Rinaldi will play softball at YSU and Alyssa Householder will play volleyball at Tiffin.

SPORTS DIGEST || Late goal lifts Phantoms over Flying Aces

Liam Robertson’s back-handed goal with 3:04 to play gave the Youngstown Phantoms a 4-3 victory over the Central Illinois Flying Aces on Friday night at Grossinger Motors Arena.

Brian Dzenis: Canfield’s regional runs a matter of principles

Canfield is patient, unselfish and a success.

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Black Friday Special

Black Friday Special Niles Western Reserve Fish & Game Association, 1058 W. Third St., is

My first and last chestnut tree

When I was a boy, my father and I hiked country roads on autumn afternoons collecting hickory nuts,

Versatility is a virtue when fishing

Versatile anglers catch more fish more consistently than those who get hung up on one or two

OSU seeking consistency vs. Maryland

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer hates having to defend the performance of his ninth-ranked Buckeyes.

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New crop of Girard receivers catching Waid’s passes

Girard’s Nick Malito outruns Perry’s Jaylen Anderson to score a touchdown during the regional semifinal Nov. 10 at Bo Rein Stadium in Niles. Malito is one of a crop of new receivers who stepped up to replace quarterback Mark Waid’s top three targets from last season: Michael Belcik, Anthony Backus and Devin Wilson, who all graduated.

Hubbard’s Mosora learned to win from his older brother

Lukas Mosora was taught lessons in resiliency in the way only a younger brother can be.

Warren JFK, Cuyahoga Heights have made deep postseason runs

The teams have combined for 28 playoff games since 2015.


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