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Spartans impose their will on Fitch

AUSTINTOWN — Boardman coach Jim Goske likes how his Spartans’ basketball team is starting to come

Cardinal Mooney bounces Ursuline

YOUNGSTOWN — The Cardinal Mooney High boys basketball team plays like it is still on the football

Quakers make a statement in win

SALEM — Two of the area’s premier girls basketball teams in Division II, Salem and Struthers,

Campbell bounces back, beats Lakeview 71-41

CAMPBELL — An opening season loss to Cardinal Mooney last week didn’t dampen the confidence of the

United wins early test

HANOVERTON — United girls basketball coach Roger Zeigler seemed totally surprised when told his team

Strong 2nd half helps lift Falcons

Fitch got its first win of the season by beating Chaney. YOUNGSTOWN — First-year Austintown

Chaney pulls past Niles in OT thriller

YOUNGSTOWN — Chaney senior Nikiea Johnson scored only two points in nearly 40 minutes of basketball

Eagles sky high in opener

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL | Tuesday’s games Youngstown Christian scored 60 points in the second half

BACKYARD BATTLE

McDonald holds off Mineral Ridge, 61-52 Joh’Vonnie Mosley had 23 points to lead the Blue Devils.

Harding romps over East, 88-52

WARREN - The Warren Harding High boys basketball team eas missing its two biggest stars from last

Big Red pulls from Salem in the second half

NEW PHILADELPHIA — It was a first half that the Salem Quakers will cherish for a long time.

Poland gets a kick out of first-round victory

The Bulldogs dominated SVSM, 38-14. By CHUCK HOUSTEAU POLAND — The Poland Bulldogs had a few

Smith guides Howland over JFK

WARREN — Howland coach Dick Angle watched nervously as freshman running back Deveon Smith was

Girard revels in first 10-0 season in history

LIBERTY — “It’s forever ... It’s history,” said an emotional Girard High Coach Bud McSuley following

Poland thrives, and then survives

POLAND — The Poland girls soccer team built a 4-0 halftime lead and then held on in the second half

Zubick runs wild as Springfield upsets E.P.

His 322 yards broke a school record as Springfield rolled to a 35-6 victory. NEW MIDDLETOWN —

Sudden victory

Girls high school soccer tournaments Champion tops Irish on Craley’s OT goal By CHUCK HOUSTEAU

Canfield boys advance with 4-0 win over Harding in Div. I soccer

CANFIELD — Canfield High senior midfielder Jordan Ricks will be a marked man when the Cardinals face

Mooney routs SVSM

AKRON — A nine-point first-quarter deficit is no reason to count out the Cardinal Mooney High

Britton, Hill rally Crestview to 31-28 win over Raiders to remain unbeaten

NORTH LIMA — Crestview coach Paul Cusick had plenty of reasons to worry as his Rebels prepared for a

Canfield defeats East High 23-0

By CHUCK HOUSTEAU CANFIELD — The Canfield Cardinals were feeling very special after their 23-0

Hubbard shuts down Salem

SALEM — Midway through the first quarter, Hubbard High quarterback Matt Shelton had a feeling the

Given time to think, Canfield opts to go for (and get) the win

CANFIELD — Canfield coach Mike Pavlansky took advantage of a timeout called by Dover following the

Youngstown Christian defeats Sebring 40-13

By CHUCK HOUSTEAU CANFIELD — Sebring coach Jay Brophy said Youngstown Christian could have

Scrappers get 49th win to shatter team record

NILES — There were plenty of accolades to go around following the Mahoning Valley Scrappers 3-0

Ballard, Marino lead Fitch over East

AUSTINTOWN — Austintown Fitch senior Sam Mariano has been catching passes from Jon Ballard since the

Te Elias leads Lakeview over Struthers 34-14

By CHUCK HOUSTEAU STRUTHERS — Lakeview’s Te Elias was basically the understudy for All-State

Another strong night for Bellows

The infielder had two hits and scored twice to lead Mahoning Valley to a win over Lowell. By CHUCK

Scrappers can’t get big hit in the ninth

Mahoning Valley, playing its fourth straight game against a division leader, fell to the Lowell

Scrappers’ Kid leads shutout of Muckdogs

NILES — Mahoning Valley Scrappers pitcher Clayton Cook takes a lot of teasing from his mostly

Thunder falls

Large turnout closes season Green Bay’s trickery played a role in the 63-43 victory in the season

Scrappers slam Jammers again

Bo Greenwell had three hits and two RBIs to continue his hot start to the season. NILES —

Kaimi Mead: Answering the Scrappers' call

Mead’s strong start lifts Scrappers By CHUCK HOUSTEAU NILES — Mahoning Valley Scrapper pitcher

Trumbull Rumble

25TH JACK ARVIN ALL-STAR FOOTBALL CLASSIC Ben Moody’s MVP performance keys Trumbull’s 12-0 win

Bailey comes up aces for Champion

MASSILLON — Scott Bailey was a surprise starter for Champion High in the Division III regional

Fitch catcher Bagoly eyes collegiate, draft plans

He could be a mid-round draft pick in June’s Major League Baseball draft. AUSTINTOWN — Fitch

Springfield starts fast to knock off Columbiana, 5-3

STRUTHERS — There was an agreement in principle by both coaches that Columbiana’s two regular season

Poland powers to title in Div. 2

The Bulldogs scored six runs in the fifth inning to turn back Hubbard, 13-3. STRUTHERS —

McGhee’s left arm tames Boardman

WARREN — Warren Harding pitcher Zach McGhee admitted he was nervous prior to his start against the

McDonald’s hitters take over against JFK

MCDONALD — The Warren JFK baseball team started its Division IV sectional championship game against

South Range slugs Lisbon to advance

STRUTHERS — When South Range’s number nine hitter, Jack Dawson, walked to the plate in the bottom of

Howland’s Pachol kicks in for MVP finish

CORTLAND — As Howland senior Nicole Pachol rounded the turn in the 200 meter dash at the Trumbull

Western Reserve Srocks it to ITCL rival Lowellville

Senior Elizabeth Srock allowed three hits in five innings of a 9-0 victory. BERLIN CENTER —

Struthers gets good hitting, pitching in win

The Wildcats beat Chaney, 7-1, on Monday, and face Hubbard in an important league game today.

Champion’s Saluga is right at home behind home plate

NEWTON FALLS — Katie Saluga was a 15-year-old freshman looking for a varsity spot on the Champion

Jackson soars at Bubba Classic

The Harding senior led Trumbull’s 122-100 victory. WARREN — Coming off a tough loss in the

LaBrae upsets Falls in Division III final

HOWLAND — It only seemed fitting that the game’s smallest player, 5-foot-6 freshman Matt Szarody of

’Devils hustle to final

McDonald wore out Lake Center 55-42 for its 22nd consecutive victory. STRUTHERS — All the

Campbell stays in control to advance

The Red Devils knocked off Lisbon and will face St. Thomas Aquinas next. SALEM — Campbell Memorial

Lisbon’s pressure stops S.R.

SALEM — Lisbon High senior Anthony Lee has been through all the hard times suffered by the Blue

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