All Wellsville’s Michael Johnston wanted was the ball in his hands with the Division IV district semifinal game on the line against Youngstown Christian.
Last March, the Struthers Wildcats denied West Branch a shot at a district title when they eliminated the Warriors in the girls Division II semifinals.
The Sebring Trojans fought off the Columbiana Clippers, 50-43 in boys Division IV sectional basketball tournament action at the Struthers Fieldhouse on Tuesday.
Anthony Alfano and Dean Donatelli each scored 18 points on Monday as the Lowellville High boys basketball team defeated Western Reserve, 62-36.
Having celebrated his 65th birthday on Sunday, Jim Ferraro went down memory lane with the Curbstone Coaches during their Monday luncheon meeting.
Ty Loney had a goal and assist while Jordan Tibbett rejected all but one shot as the Youngstown Phantoms defeated Team USA, 4-1, on Saturday at the Covelli Centre.
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By Greg Gulas firstname.lastname@example.org CAMPBELL For the first time since Dec. 15, Campbell Memorial
On Valentine’s Day, it was only fitting that the “heart” of the academic advising center for YSU athletics provide a classroom update on the Penguins’ 18 men’s and women’s teams.
By Greg Gulas email@example.com Youngstown Khiree Gregory scored 16 points and Devonte Jenkins
The East High boys basketball team struggled to a 2-10 mark to start the season, playing teams tough but never finding an identity that would point the Panthers in the right direction.
For more than 50 years, Dr. Larry Glass has been an area dentist and someone who realizes that perfection is the prerequisite if you expect a patient’s return visit.
Howland’s Taylor Williams knew that she would have to kick her game up a notch after intermission if the Tigers expected to remain undefeated in league play.
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Preparing for his 20th season as a major-league umpire will be no different than the previous 19 for Wally Bell.
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Joe DeRosa’s career as an NBA official over the past 21 years included working 1,500 regular-season games and 150 playoff contests.
During his two seasons as a player under former YSU basketball coach Dan Peters, Dr. Joe Ethen felt his calling was to become a physical therapist.
In a game that featured six ties, 10 lead changes and a combined 64 missed shots, 61 rebounds, 46 turnovers and 15 steals
Cardinal Mooney High coach Chris Kohl feels his team can become a real force if they could just find a way to string together four complete quarters of basketball.
The McDonald boys basketball team seems to be everyone’s Super Bowl right now, leaving little margin for error if they expect to keep their regular season win streak intact.
By greg gulas email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN A year ago at this time, Ursuline High was 1-3
The Spartans defeated the Panthers, 61-40 Tuesday at the Spartan Gymnasium.
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The Campbell Memorial High boys basketball team scored just one bucket in the first quarter and fell behind by a 15-4 count just a little more than a minute into the second period on Tuesday against Boardman.
Ursuline’s Dan Reardon reflects on the Fighting Irish’s storybook season.
Lowellville High girls basketball coach Tony Matisi doesn’t have a senior on his roster and isn’t too concerned about his team offensively.
By Greg Gulas firstname.lastname@example.org BOARDMAN It took 25 years before he had a football program that
By Greg Gulas email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The Thunder Volleyball Club will hold the second of
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