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The last high school football game played on a field in Southington was Week 9 of 2010 when the Wildcats lost to Mathews on the way to an 0-10 season.
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By DOUG CHAPIN sports@vindy BROOKFIELD The quarterback-running back handoff exchange is
By Doug chapin firstname.lastname@example.org LIBERTY A near-perfect 80-yard scoring drive to open the game
Austintown Fitch shocks veteran Poland squad with two second-half goals in All-American Conference
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It turns out three times is not the charm. At least not at the Division III boys basketball district tournament at Howland High.
After his team’s 47-36 Division IV district semifinal victory over Maplewood on Tuesday night, Warren JFK coach Shawn Pompelia was eager to turn his attention to Friday night’s district final.
Lowellville High and Warren JFK have faced each other each in the past two seasons in the Division IV girls basketball district tournament at Hubbard.
The Girard and Lakeview high boys basketball teams posted victories Monday on the opening night of the Division III sectional-district tournament at Howland High.
By JIM FLICK and doug chapin Sports@vindy.com AUSTINTOWN The lead swung wildly back and forth
A perfect regular season in high school basketball is a rare feat, one that usually results in plenty of fanfare and congratulations all around.
By DOUG CHAPIN email@example.com WARREN Now that league races have been all but decided and the
A disastrous third quarter put Harding High in too deep a hole to climb out of Saturday afternoon in a 59-51 girls basketball loss to Shaker Heights.
By doug chapin firstname.lastname@example.org Warren They pulled out the bleachers on both sides of the
Seniors Andrew Sekela and Andre Elkins combined to score just six points for LaBrae High Tuesday night.
A 7-0 run in the final 2:02 of the third quarter put Ursuline High in control, 31-22, and the Irish went on to a 44-39 girls basketball victory Monday night over Warren JFK.
By DOUG CHAPIN email@example.com CORTLAND Sophomore point guard Preston Williams poured in 26
Struthers ignites in the 4th quarter
In the end, after a war of attrition that featured 66 free throws and five girls who fouled out, it all came down to a 3-pointer thrown up hurriedly from the right wing.
Howland High girls basketball coach John Diehl has, like any coach, a checklist of concerns regarding his teams.
It was inevitable that the Raiders would remain undefeated but also suffer their first loss of the season in the girls basketball contest Wednesday at Harding High.
Height, size, length — whatever term one uses, most would agree that it is a plus to have very tall people on a basketball team.
Cardinal Mooney High built a 40-29 halftime lead on the way to a 61-51 victory Tuesday night over East Palestine.
Niles McKinley High won the first and fourth quarters and Hubbard High won the second and third quarters Monday night in their girls basketball game in the Eagles’ new gym.
By DOUG CHAPIN firstname.lastname@example.org NEWTON FALLS An 18-2 run in the middle of Thursday’s game gave
With four seniors gone from a 17-4 season there were some questions surrounding Warren Harding High as the new girls basketball campaign got started.
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By Doug chapin firstname.lastname@example.org WARREN After battling injury problems all season and suffering
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By DOUG CHAPIN firstname.lastname@example.org BOARDMAN After slogging out a 1-0 victory Monday night over
By DOUG CHAPIN email@example.com NILES Sometimes a strong performance, even in a loss, can
By DOUG CHAPIN firstname.lastname@example.org McDONALD Two touchdowns in the final two minutes of the first
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By DOUG CHAPIN firstname.lastname@example.org CHAMPION Patience and power won out over quick-strike ability
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The Indians roll over Mineral Ridge Adam Charles scored 22 points in the 26-point victory.
MINERAL RIDGE — Campbell Memorial recorded the school’s first girls basketball tournament victory of
HUBBARD — With three senior starters, second-seeded McDonald High was the most experienced team in