A deep bench and balanced attack helped the Tigers to prevail. WARREN — Howland High used its
The Eagles’ second-half rally produced a 56-52 win over the Tigers. HUBBARD — Kurtis Drummond
Four free throws in the final 17 seconds helped Campbell escape with a 59-56 win. CORTLAND — A
Both teams shot poorly at the foul line as the Cardinals prevailed 61-59. YOUNGSTOWN — The
CHAMPION — Hubbard High basketball coach Rick Fox spent halftime Friday night talking about defense.
Jared Kirin and Kyle Spence each scored 18 for the Tigers. LIBERTY — In a game of scoring
The Raiders overwhelmed the East Panthers, 90-53. WARREN — The Warren Harding High basketball
Erika Nites scored 20 points in the 54-42 win in the first game at Warren Harding’s new gym.
MEDINA — When the Hathaway Brown girls soccer team headed into the locker room at halftime Saturday
The 1-0 defeat was the Tigers’ only loss this season as they finished 16-1-3. TWINSBURG — With
The Tigers defeated Warren JFK and may play at home next Friday. HOWLAND — Senior running
The Cardinals blanked Champion, 9-0, to advance to regional play. STRUTHERS — Over the last
LaBrae stops Girard, 22-14 Cameron Truss led LaBrae as the Vikings shattered Girard’s
Senior running back J.T. Turner rushed for 209 yards and two TDs in a 30-7 win. WARREN — The
Howland’s junior quarterback connected with three different receivers for touchdowns.
East’s Roncarlos Hilton threw for 145 yards, with Mose Fleeton picking up 70 and Braylon Rogers 48.
The Eagles came into their own in the second half, scoring on all four of their possessions.
The Eagles came up with some big defensive plays at the end. CORTLAND — Timing was everything
Lakeview’s offense had no answer for Poland’s D as the (visiting) Bulldogs cruised to a 26-0
The Raiders stopped Akron Buchtel twice within their 1-yard line. WARREN — Harding High’s
The offensive line worked hard to help Fitzgerald Toussaint rack up 261 yards and four TDs in the
Senior QB Aunre Davis led the attack as the Raiders won their second game. WARREN — Nine
After a meeting of the minds, the Blue Devils hung on for a one-point win. VIENNA — A game
The Mount Union football coach emphasized the importance of self-discipline. WARREN — Mixed in
WARREN — Mixed in with the good-natured banter usually heard when football coaches gather, two more
DOCTOR Veterinary medicine degree Charlene D. Arendas of Lowellville will receive her doctor of
Each of the junior college players has two years left. YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown State men’s
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) — Families stroll the park’s sidewalks and picnic in the shade as laughing
REGION FedEx official to speak at Athena Award dinner YOUNGSTOWN — Virginia C. Albanese,
McALLEN, Texas (AP) — A custody case that wrecked a small-town south Texas mayor’s political career
Jokes spread quickly today via the Internet or television, and satire can be found in comic strips,
Salem Community Hospital and Salem Community Centerwill co-sponsor an AARP 55-Alive Driver Safety
55-PLUS X A meeting of the 55-Plus Seniors of Mineral Ridge will take place at 12:30 p.m. May 6 at
It’s that pomp-and-circumstance, tassel-turning time of year that for many means one thing: flying
Neighborhood activists are up in arms over the security robot. ATLANTA (AP) — Cars passing
700s Amron — Jim Seabrook (727) Fred Carlier (715) in Hively’s Sportsman; Jason Keyes (760)
VETERANS Tri-State Marines YOUNGSTOWN — The Tri-State Marine Detachment of the Marine Corps
Kites ranged from very high to very low in price and covered every color of the rainbow.
Discussion about crime YOUNGSTOWN — Those who own or operate businesses on and near South Avenue
HUDSON — The Holiday Inn was the setting from April 11 through 13 for the 42nd annual convention
The annual event attracts millions of young volunteers throughout the world. NEW CASTLE, Pa.
DAYTON — Singled out for recognition at a convention held by the Garden Club of Ohio in Dayton
MAY 3 — West Branch Warrior Scramble at Westville Golf Course. Fouir-person scramble with an 11
Boardman’s Corey Linsley was named the field events MVP. POLAND — East High sprinter James
The Spartans are trying to bounce back from last year’s 10-15 season. BOARDMAN — Big innings
The Bombers held a 21-2 first quarter lead and the Wildcats never caught up. WARREN — If
The Warriors lost to Rootstown in the Division III regional semifinals. CUYAHOGA FALLS — The
Warren JFK lost to Southington while the Bombers outgunned Fairport Harbor. WARREN —
The teams split their regular season meeting. HUBBARD — Much more will be at stake Saturday
The Flashes used a 20-0 second quarter run to topple the Vikings. HOWLAND — A 20-0 scoring