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Eric Hamilton

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Time to party like it’s 1999

I remember it like it was yesterday. The new year was coming and folks were hoarding all the bottled

Send Neighbors your spring sports results

Send Neighbors your spring sports results

Boardman wrestlers qualify for state tournament

The Boardman High wrestling team will be represented at this weekend’s Division I state tournament

Police Blotter

Feb. 15 Furnishing firearm to a minor: Two Canfield male juveniles were charged with delinquency

Canfield swimmers earn All-American honors

The Canfield High boys 200 free relay set a school record and earned All-American honors with a time

Sports Briefs

Send Neighbors your spring sports results Attention spring sports coaches and parents, we want

Are you smarter than your third-grader?

In game-show style, the third-grade students and parents of Watson Elementary School were treated to a fun night of math and prizes by Principal James Carchedi and the teaching staff Feb. 25.

Police Blotter

Feb. 11 Counterfeit: A fake $50 bill turned up after a worker for the Springfield Grille, 7413

Police Blotter

Feb. 19 Auto theft: A 1996 Oldsmobile Ciera was stolen at Wal-Mart. Lost or stolen property: A

Police Blotter

Feb. 11 Counterfeit: A fake $50 bill turned up after a worker for the Springfield Grille, 7413

Sports Briefs

Send Neighbors your spring sports results Attention spring sports coaches and parents, we want

Boardman swimmers spin more broken records

The Boardman High School varsity swimming teams broke three school records and three freshman

Police Blotter

Feb. 13 Theft: Two males test-drove a vehicle belonging to Milton Auto Sales, 4464 Center Road,

AMS wrestlers headed to state tournament

Four Austintown Middle School wrestlers and one alternate qualified for the Ohio Junior High state

W&J coach on other end of Mount Union victory

ALLIANCE — Washington and Jefferson head coach Mike Siriani already knew all about Mount Union’s

Mount Union takes on W&J in playoffs

ALLIANCE — The Mount Union College football team will begin its quest for the program’s 11th NCAA

Crestview battles through Hill’s injury to eliminate league rival

COLUMBIANA — Crestview High quarterback Carter Hill couldn’t run or jog — he couldn’t even plant his

Birthday gift: ITCL title for Crestview

COLUMBIANA — All Crestview High football coach Paul Cusick wanted for his 41st birthday was a win

Defeat costly for Boardman

Canton McKinley’s 28-10 win endangered the Spartans’ playoff hopes. CANTON — For the Boardman

Girard, Springfield set up rematch

SALEM — The Girard High volleyball team has lost seven matches this season and next Tuesday in the

After hometown victory, Lyell eyeing bigger bouts

On Saturday night, the Niles native won his second fight since upsetting John Duddy in April. By

Turnovers fatal for Harding in loss to Massillon

MASSILLON — Facing essentially a must-win game at Massillon, the Warren Harding football team

Fitch rallies but can’t catch Hoover

NORTH CANTON — The Fitch High football team rallied from an early 14-0 deficit, but couldn’t

Anzevino makes switch, finds home at Kent State

When Chris Anzevino accepted a football scholarship to Kent State in 2007, he wasn’t sure how long

Hubbard prevails over Salem

The Eagles got off to a fast start and defeated their AAC rivals in front of a huge crowd. By ERIC

Mount Union blanks B-W

ALLIANCE — Different uniforms, same result. Outfitted in all black uniforms for the first time

Fitch dominates first 3 quarters before holding off Jackson, 45-37

AUSTINTOWN — Coming off its first loss of the season, the Fitch High football team needed a victory

Springfield ends losing skid to arch-rival So. Range, 21-9

“When you get a turnover, it’s huge, but when you get a turnover and a score, it’s unbelievable.”

Springfield defeats Lowellville 31-12

By ERIC HAMILTON NEW MIDDLETOWN — Springfield High running back Jim Zubick came out of Friday’s

Q&A: Niles’ head football coach Brad Yeager

Chances are Niles’ head football coach Brad Yeager won’t be getting much sympathy from his

Columbiana dominates rival Leetonia, 21-7

LEETONIA — After his team worked overtime last week to pull out a one-point win over Steubenville

Leetonia defeats Lisbon 41-7

By ERIC HAMILTON LISBON — Throughout its football history, Leetonia’s idea of a balanced offense

Coach Q&A: Campbell Memorial's Jeff Bayuk

When Campbell Memorial head football coach Jeff Bayuk accepted the job in 2007, some might have been

Keystone State-ment/Pennsylvania upends Ohio at Geneva College

Pennsylvania upends Ohio at Geneva College By ERIC HAMILTON BEAVER FALLS, Pa. — When

Less work for Less: Trainer retires

After more than 30 years in Warren and Austintown, Loren Less is moving on.

Harding on a high

REGIONAL COMPETITION The Raiders outscored two traditional powers By ERIC HAMILTON

Corey Linsley comes through in finals to win Div. I discus

He was one of four area athletes to earn state meet berths on Wednesday. By ERIC HAMILTON

Boardman uses depth to win Division I title

AUSTINTOWN — During his 20 years as the Boardman High boys track coach, Dave Pavlansky has had more

United sweeps ITCL track championships

HANOVERTON – United Local’s Emily Bokanovich isn’t the typical two-sport athlete. While it’s common

AAC track is dominated by Lakeview and Salem

SALEM — Officials of the All-American Conference are going to have to figure out a way to squeeze a

Salem speeds to county records

SALEM — Salem High boys track coach Todd Huda has a problem on his hands when it comes to filling

Harding uses depth in sprints to win Cope title

SALEM — It was best of times and the worst of times for the Warren Harding boys track team on

Spartans’ Matthews launches Ward victory

EAST PALESTINE — You could say that Boardman High’s Caleb Matthews is a little bit like the United

Tier Two takes two (contests): Lude, Davis key all-star wins

LISBON — For Western Reserve senior Justin Lude, the postseason basketball schedule is proving to be

Seeing Red: Hatherhill, Sell guide All-Star wins

“I was surprised I made so many outside shots, because usually I miss them It was a fun experience

Giuriceo’s persistence has paid off in the ring

COLUMBIANA — Keith Burnside wasn’t quite sure what to think five years ago when a kid named Jake

Campbell’s second half rally topples St. Thomas

SALEM — When basketball fans filled out their Division III Salem district tournament brackets, many

Boardman downs rival Perry, 43-29

ALLIANCE — For the ninth time in 10 years, the Boardman High girls basketball team will play for a

Bulldogs zone in on Irish, advance

SALEM – Never underestimate the value of a good scouting report. The Ursuline High boys basketball

Hubbard’s Anthony Nadeja realizes dream

AKRON — For Hubbard’s Anthony Nadeja, his second trip this season to Firestone High School was much



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