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Nine wrestlers in D-2 qualify for state meet

AKRON — Nine Mahoning Valley wrestlers are bound for Columbus for the state tournament after

Six area wrestlers in semis in Div. II

They’ll be going for district titles today and hopefully on to state next weekend. AKRON — Six

Area wrestlers compete in district events this weekend

A berth on the big stage at the state wrestling tournament will be at stake this weekend for dozens

A berth on the big stage at the state wrestling tournament will be at stake this weekend for dozens

A berth on the big stage at the state wrestling tournament will be at stake this weekend for dozens

A healthy DeScenna wins 112 pound title

BELOIT — It’s amazing how well you can wrestle when you’re actually healthy. Howland junior Kyle

W. Branch leads D2 by large margin

BELOIT — If two league titles and an undefeated regular season weren’t enough, the West Branch

Bulldogs clinch ITCL title tie

East Palestine beat United 48-43 in overtime on Wednesday. EAST PALESTINE — For the second

West Branch, Fitch grapple for EOWL team supremacy

Heading into the second day of the tourney, the Warriors and Falcons each have nine wrestlers in the

Boardman frosh gains first victory

AUSTINTOWN — Making your high school wrestling debut is nerve-racking enough, but when you have to

Strong teams, wrestlers vie for EOWL titles

This weekend’s EOWL wrestling tournament has the potential to one of the most competitive in recent

Howland wins EOWL title; Cornicelli win critical

CANFIELD — While it takes a total team effort to win a wrestling dual meet, sometimes just one match

J-M’s Pizzutos make wrestling a family affair

The basement mat regularly is put to the test by these competitive brothers. All is fair in

Champion Falcons without winners

Fitch won the Hephner event, but had no individual winners in the finals. AUSTINTOWN — Judging by

Austintown’s Satterlee sweats extra in win

At home, the Falcon wrestler was happy to combine shedding weight with his favorite varsity sport.

Hephner’s legacy lives on

AUSTINTOWN — At a young age, Mark and Patty Hephner knew wrestling was the sport for their son Josh.

Hephner event has personal touch

Newcomers are Marysville, Louisville, Lancaster and Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary. AUSTINTOWN —

Ague gets third at Top Gun tourney

The Fitch junior overcame weight problems and cruised through the consolations. ALLIANCE — As

Fitch wrestler Shawn Ague seeing positive results

ALLIANCE — As exhausted as he was feeling during the first few weeks of the wrestling season, the

Fitch wrestlers sixth in Top Gun, second in Div. I

ALLIANCE — With some of the top wrestling teams in the state among the Top Gun field — including six

Three Valley wrestlers seeking crowns

Fitch’s Louis Greco and Chris Miller and Boardman’s Jerry Pasquale all advanced to the Top Gun

Fitch’s Greco ‘sweats out’ semifinals

ALLIANCE — A long day of wrestling, waiting to wrestle and wrestling some more was about to become

Warren JFK’s O’Brien finally gets his tournament crown

The 140-pound senior hadn’t won here in three previous tries. NORTH JACKSON — Warren JFK

Girard tournament champ; Tony Cardiero winner at 130

Dan Gainey (135) and Nico Francis (152) also claimed gold for the Indians. NORTH JACKSON —

Jackson-Milton’s Pizzuto holds off flu for mat victory

BROOKFIELD — Sick as a dog — that’s the best way to describe how Jackson-Milton wrestler Santino

Pins lead Canfield wrestlers to win

The Cardinals defeated the Boardman Spartans, 42-25, in a dual meet. BOARDMAN — For the

Canfield wrestlers rally to win own tournament

The Cardinals won eight of the final 11 events against Southeast for the title. CANFIELD —

Boardman’s wrestlers are no match for Perry

Jerry Pasquale and Tim Taumoepeau were Boardman’s only winners in a 67-9 loss. BOARDMAN —

Mount Union rolls into final

The Purple Raiders socked Wheaton, 45-24, to gain their 12th national title game. ALLIANCE —

Wheaton stands between Mt. Union and title game

The two have met five times — all in the playoffs — and the Raiders have won them all.

Peterson keys Fitch wrestlers

Jake Peterson was one of five Fitch wrestlers to go 2-0 in team wins over Beaver Local and Canfield.

Mount Union stifles Cortland St.’s rush

The Purple Raiders rolled, limiting the Red Dragons to no yards on the ground. ALLIANCE —

Mount Union dominates Cortland in NCAA playoffs

ALLIANCE – Mount Union College football coach Larry Kehres says the same thing every year when asked

Cortland defense could test Mt. Union

Both defenses have allowed just 21 total points so far in the playoffs. ALLIANCE — Although

Kmic sets rushing mark in Mount Union’s romp

Nate Kmic broke R.J. Bowers’ NCAA Division III career rushing record. ALLIANCE – Mount Union

Hobart next up for Purple Raiders on Saturday

The Statesmen are fulfilling a dream of Coach Mike Cragg to play Mount Union. ALLIANCE –

Kmic rushes Mount Union to 56-0 romp

The Purple Raiders piled up season-high 676 total yards to rip Randolph-Macon. ALLIANCE —

Mt. Union begins quest for 10th national crown

The Purple Raiders will face Randolph-Macon for the first time Saturday in Alliance. ALLIANCE

COLUMBIANA — Crestview Rebels run for 444 yards in 41-12 victory over Waynedale Bears.

COLUMBIANA — At 6-foot-4, 238 pounds, Crestview senior lineman J.D. Harris doesn’t have the look of

COLUMBIANA: Crestview Rebels defeat United Eagles 44-35

The Rebels and South Rage finished 6-1 in the league. COLUMBIANA — Don’t let the final score

ITCL Tier Two: McDonald Blue Devils 21, Leetonia Bears 13

With the win, the Blue Devils clinched the outright ITCL Tier Two championship. LEETONIA —

Malone pulls out win over Walsh

The 24-21 win was the third straight by the Pioneers against the Cavaliers. CANTON – For

Purple Raiders show visitor meaning of Capital offense

Mount Union (5-0, 4-0) rolled up 614 yards in a 49-7 rout of Capital University. ALLIANCE —

Mount earns an A-plus with 33-3 rout of St. John

The young Purple Raiders looked like veterans. ALLIANCE — Fall classes have barely started and

St. John Fisher invades Mount with fresh hope

The Cardinals lost to the Purple Raiders in the playoffs the last two years. ALLIANCE – When

Mark Pinter’s 32-yard field goal in the third overtime lifted Alliance, 23-20.

Mark Pinter’s 32-yard field goal in the third overtime lifted Alliance, 23-20. ALLIANCE — For

Malone looking to take next step

The Pioneers have just missed the playoffs the past two seasons. CANTON — Each fall when

Walsh will depend on transfers, recruits

The Cavaliers will rely heavily on one of its strongest recruiting classes in the program’s

Prediction: Graduation losses won’t lead to Mt. Union losses

ALLIANCE — Leave it to the Mount Union College football team to lose 13 starters, play one of its

BELOIT: West Branch beats Beaver Local 46-6

Mike Smith threw for 247 yards and four touchdowns in his second varsity start. BELOIT — In

State College ends losing streak with 2-1 victory over Scrappers

Mahoning Valley scored a run in the top of the ninth but couldn’t get closer. NILES – The


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