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Brian Richesson

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Scrappers shut out Jammers

Fernando Pacheco led the way in the 5-0 win, their third straight. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

Hoyman ready to face challenges of pro ball

He made his professional debut for the Scrappers on Tuesday night. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

Szabo carries team to win

The second baseman homered and made several nice defensive plays. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

Scrappers streak at four

The 5-3 win over Hudson Valley tied Mahoning Valley for the league's wild card spot. By BRIAN

Yang falls short down stretch

She played well in the final round, just not good enough to win. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

Back on her game, Lindley finds weekend worthwhile

Second-round co-leader Michelle Estill fell from the top. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS

Despite bumps and bruises, Andrews is contender at 68

She has surmounted back and shoulder injuries to become a challenger. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Having child gives Leta Lindley a new perspective on life

She now is playing golf for fun, and had fun with a 70 to move in contention. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Recovering Diaz now overflowing with confidence

The former Wake Forest athlete had ankle surgery last winter. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

Yang gets bounces, momentum

The South Korean got off to a strong start and finished one shot back of the leader. By BRIAN

NEW YORK-PENN LEAGUE Niesel's impressive outing keys Scrappers' 7-3 victory

The former Notre Dame pitcher is excelling at Class A baseball. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

Porzio paves path to 'bigs'

The former White Sox pitcher hopes to help Cleveland in the near future. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Scrappers lose again, 4-3

By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF NILES -- Everyone came to see big-leaguer Brian

Ejection, then dejection: Scrappers fall to Auburn

The 3 hour, 18-minute game included nine pitchers. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF

EASTWOOD FIELD Friday night lights: Scrappers win opener

The New York-Penn League opener was an electric experience for young players. By BRIAN RICHESSON

BASKETBALL Minor league eyes Youngstown entry

The International Basketball League is looking for an ownership group. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Liberty's Bowman makes Boston College early pick

The wide receiver/defensive back will play free safety for the Eagles. By BRIAN RICHESSON

SCRAPPERS Knox takes new path as pitcher

He spent three years as an infielder before making the switch. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

SCRAPPERS PROFILE/GREG GANIA Busy schedule includes return to broadcast booth

The Bowling Green student is also the team's media representative. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

VERMONT EXPOS Hlebovy looking forward to future

The Campbell graduate could return home for a July series with the Scrappers. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Ready for the challenge

By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF NILES -- Mike Sarbaugh spent nine years in the

MAHONING VALLEY SCRAPPERS Ready for the challenge

Mike Sarbaugh has gone from hitting coach to first-year manager. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

MICAH HARRIS Bulldog leaves a legacy of hugs and hits

The Poland High graduate and Duke student died in a car accident on Friday. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Bulldog leaves a legacy of hugs and hits

The Poland High graduate and Duke student died in a car accident on Friday. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Scrappers to open at home

In what will be a first, Mahoning Valley will be in Niles for the first game on Friday. By BRIAN

Unbalanced schedule brings familiar teams

The Scrappers will play 23 of their 38 home games against three teams. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Year in review: From a tailspin to a smoke-out

Mahoning Valley never recovered from an 11-game losing streak in July. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Tribe failure favors Florida

Boos followed the team that looked as if it had turned its season around. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Tribe failure favors Florida

Boos followed the team that looked as if it had turned its season around. By BRIAN RICHESSON

PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL Indians prepare for average draft

Many of the drafted players will begin their pro careers with the Scrappers. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Champion out after 4-0 loss

By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF ASHLAND -- Champion High softball coach Cheryl Weaver

Defensive lapses unusual for Flashes

They committed five miscues in the 4-0 loss to Monroe Central. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL Relaxed Flashes enjoying the ride

Sophomore pitcher Kasey Karr will try to help Champion win its first state championship since 1994.

Relaxed Flashes enjoying the ride

Sophomore Kasey Karr will try to help Champion win its first state title since 1994. By BRIAN

Champion to state, 5-4, on Brink's hit

The Golden Flashes rallied from a 4-0 deficit to win in eight innings on Alyshia Brink's two-out

Poland offense muted

Northwest shut out the Bulldogs, 3-0. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF AKRON --

PREP BASEBALL Making amends for tie, Mahoning team reigns

The top senior players in the area competed at Cene Park. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS

PREP TRACK AND FIELD Pymatuning Valley wades through storms

The Division II district meet was completed despite harrowing conditions. By BRIAN RICHESSON

DIV. III SOFTBALL Flashes defeat Ursuline in final

Champion's Kasey Karr led the way, both pitching and hitting, in the 8-2 win. By BRIAN RICHESSON

This time, Boardman jars Howland, 7-2

After losing the district finale last year, the Spartans prevailed behind Ashley DiDomenico. By

Stoudt: Chuck Noll was difference

The former YSU standout said the Steelers won because of the coach. By BRIAN RICHESSON

AMERICAN LEAGUE Martinez drives home five runs as Tribe wins, 9-7

Cliff Bartosh's major league debut helped in beating Tampa Bay. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR

Poland blanks Girard

The Bulldogs earned a rematch with top-seeded Canfield in a Division II district semifinal. By

CONFERENCES No vote by TAC handcuffs Super

Howland's Bruce Johnson, the catalyst for the movement, is disappointed by Tuesday's action. By

CURBSTONE Boxing scoring system analyzed

Judge Tom Miller detailed what he looks for during a bout. By BRIAN RICHESSON VINDICATOR SPORTS

Davis grows up on ice to become area's best

The Canfield senior helped the Cardinals win their first tournament game. & lt;a

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS TAC prepares to vote on super conference

Officials from the MAC and the ICL already have approved the new league. By BRIAN RICHESSON

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS TAC prepares to vote on super conference

Officials from the MAC and the ICL already have approved the new league. By BRIAN RICHESSON

Kosar: Clarett should be able to play in NFL

Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said he could see both sides to the argument. & lt;a

Sooners' Stoops proud of roots

The inaugural Ron Stoops Sr. award was given to his son, Ron Jr. & lt;a

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