By Greg Gulas firstname.lastname@example.org STRUTHERS On a night when the lights seemed to present the
By GREG GULAS email@example.com NILES Tied with the Auburn Doubledays for the Pinckney
Phantoms promote assistant coach Anthony Noreen to replace Carr By Greg Gulas firstname.lastname@example.org
By GREG GULAS email@example.com STRUTHERS As Jake Giuriceo prepares for his lightweight clash
By GREG GULAS firstname.lastname@example.org It seems as though the toughest opponent Jake Giuriceo has had
By GREG GULAS email@example.com STRUTHERS Campbell’s Jake Giuriceo and Miguel “Silky Smooth”
By GREG GULAS firstname.lastname@example.org STRUTHERS In its first game at Tuesday’s Continental Amateur
By GREG GULAS email@example.com BOARDMAN Last season, the Poland All-Stars advanced to
Paul Martin of the Panther Trucking race team took first place during the final event of the 2011 Tour of the Valley, the men’s criterium.
Tour of Valley gets underway with time trials By greg Gulas firstname.lastname@example.org ELLSWORTH
By GREG GULAS email@example.com When the U.S. men’s national football team heads to Austria on
By Greg Gulas firstname.lastname@example.org BEAVER FALLS Lukas Turley’s 1-yard run in overtime helped
By GREG GULAS email@example.com HOWLAND With the NFL lockout over 100 days old and counting,
Justin Rota’s halfback pass to Kvon Williams rallies Trumbull By Greg Gulas firstname.lastname@example.org
Area senior football standouts meet tonight for 27th Jack Arvin Classic By Greg Gulas
Phantoms begin week-long process of determining the roster for the 2011-12 United States Hockey
By Greg Gulas email@example.com CANFIELD While Paul “Bear” Bryant is easily recognized as the
By Greg Gulas firstname.lastname@example.org AKRON Poland softball coach Reid Lamport reached one career
By Greg Gulas email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Sick all week with a sore throat, everyone would
Gabriel pitches and hits Poland to semifinal win By Greg Gulas firstname.lastname@example.org AKRON Erin
By Greg Gulas email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN When the K.O. Drugs H.S. Boxing Tournament returns
The K.O. Drugs High School Boxing Tourney will draw to a close Friday with 23 championships on the line at the ITAM Banquet Center, 115 S. Meridian Road.
By their own admission, the Ursuline High baseball team was a work in progress at the outset of the season.
By Greg Gulas firstname.lastname@example.org STRUTHERS Cody Simon’s two-run homer in the second inning was
What happens when the immovable object meets the unstoppable force?
The D.D. & Velma Davis Family YMCA’s Sprint Distance Triathlon is one of the earliest competitions of the season.
By greg gulas email@example.com CAMPBELL Jake Giuriceo has an opponent — finally. Organizers
By GREG GULAS firstname.lastname@example.org CAMPBELL As Jake Giuriceo anxiously awaits word of his next
The 24th annual K.O. Drugs High School Boxing Tournament heads into its second week of action on Friday with 28 bouts at the ITAM Banquet Center, 115 S. Meridian Road.
Ashley Hall struck out 10 batters and allowed just four hits as the No. 7-ranked North Canton Hoover stopped Boardman, 7-2, in Federal League softball game on Tuesday at the Fields of Dreams.
Chris Fernandez is a realist, a boxer who at 35 years of age is appreciative of the opportunity to be fighting for his first title belt.
When Tim Saxton was hired as Boardman High principal in the spring of 2002, the first congratulatory note he received came from then-assistant football coach Mark D’Eramo.
After losing the first game of Saturday’s twin bill to Milwaukee at Eastwood Field, the Penguins then took out their frustrations in the second game.
The 24th Annual K.O. Drugs High School Boxing Tournament will get under way on Friday with 26 bouts at the I.T.A.M. Banquet Center, 115 S. Meridian Road, Youngstown.
Anthony Alfano didn’t feel up to par entering Monday’s game with the Leetonia High baseball team, but insisted on taking the mound for Coach Sam Pitzulo’s Lowellville squad.
For two seasons, Mark Asher slowly rebuilt the East Liverpool football program, turning it into one of the most respected in the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference and Eastern Ohio.
While boxer Jake Giuriceo continues to use California as a backdrop to prepare for his upcoming light welterweight bout with Rod Salka, his opponent also is taking in the sights of California while he preps as well.
As an Ohio Athletic Conference football official, Brian Meenachan has worked his share of Mount Union games over the years.
One day after struggling at the plate, the Warriors get going in the first inning to topple Liberty.
The Cardinal Mooney High baseball team withstood a late Ursuline rally to defeat the Irish, 8-5, Monday at Bob Cene Park.
As the Mahoning Valley Scrappers prepare for their upcoming season, a new general manager is set to greet a new manager.
State champions in swimming, wrestling and bowling were featured at Monday’s Curbstone Coaches weekly luncheon meeting.
Former Youngstown State University football player and conditioning coach Mike Cochran is the first to admit that he had to leave home in order to return home.
The White squad overcame a 13-point second half deficit as they defeated the Red team, 96-91 Tuesday at the Mahoning Valley Coaches Association 41st annual Al Beach Classic.
By Greg Gulas email@example.com BOARDMAN Of all state funded universities in Ohio, only two,
If it were up to Mike Cefalde, there would be a boxing show every weekend in the area.
The Ohio Athletic Committee and Covelli Centre officials were hoping that the past two weekends of junior high and grade school wrestling would draw the kind of numbers that other host sites had previously attracted.
By Greg Gulas firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Covelli Centre executive director Eric Ryan expects
As a senior at Delta High School in the northwest corner of Ohio, Nate Kmic was named the Division IV offensive player of the year after starting for three years at running back and linebacker for the Panthers.
With weigh-ins scheduled for today and competition taking place both Saturday and Sunday at the venue, the city’s top entertainment complex will now open the facility to aspiring wrestlers from around the state .