Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags
He faces several charges
By JIM FLICK email@example.com NILES In a game that featured an outstanding performance by one
By Jim flick firstname.lastname@example.org McDONALD In a game that started out as a wild shootout between
By JIm Flick email@example.com MINERAL RIDGE In a game that featured long runs and little
By Jim Flick firstname.lastname@example.org NILES Poland High School’s football team considered turnabout
By JIM FLICK email@example.com CANFIELD The Youngstown Christian High football team held
By Jim FLICK firstname.lastname@example.org HUBBARD The Salem High School volleyball team fell behind 10-1
By Jim Flick email@example.com GIRARD Girard High School’s talented one-two punch proved to be
In a fight to the finish, Niles defeated Cleveland John Adams 17-15 on Friday at Bo Rein Stadium. Niles led 17-7 after three quarters, but John Adams narrowed the scoring gap to two points with a fourth quarter touchdown when William Doyle snagged a 14-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Tevin Griffin. Martez Stone smashed in for a two-point conversion, which proved to be the Rebels’ final points of the game.
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Lost night on the diamond for Indians and their local farm club By JIM FLICK email@example.com
The Youngstown State University baseball team used a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the ninth inning to complete a doubleheader sweep over Cleveland State on Saturday at Eastwood Field.
The YSU softball team battled until the last out of the last inning, but dropped a doubleheader Sunday to Horizon League rival Valparaiso.
Scoring early and often on Monday, the Girard High baseball team blasted Campbell Memorial, 12-1, on just six hits.
By JIM FLICK and doug chapin Sports@vindy.com AUSTINTOWN The lead swung wildly back and forth
After a slow start, the Jackson-Milton High boys’ basketball team rebounded to defeat Lowellville 65-49 on Tuesday night.
After winning the main event during Saturday’s “Winter Storm” at the Byzantine Center, Jake Giuriceo of Campbell said he “felt like a completely different boxer” during the bout.
Angel Hernandez had a devil of a time against Jake Giuriceo on Saturday night.
By JIM FLICK firstname.lastname@example.org GIRARD The LaBrae High School men’s basketball team roared out
The Howland High School boys basketball team staved off repeated rallies by visiting Poland and hung on for a 66-64 win Tuesday night.
In what began as a defensive battle, the Ursuline High girls basketball team took off to defeat Chaney, 49-22, on Monday.
By Jim Flick email@example.com McDONALD An early lead against Sebring helped the McDonald High
By JIM FLICK firstname.lastname@example.org ausTintown In a battle of traditional rivals that wasn’t
In a game that featured long scoring runs by both teams, the Crestview High School girls basketball team on Monday defeated Mineral Ridge, 52-40.
Trailing after one quarter, the Austintown Fitch High girls basketball team recovered to defeat Cardinal Mooney 67-52 on Wednesday night.
The Newton Falls High boys basketball team dominated the third quarter to turn Tuesday’s close game against Hubbard into a one-sided affair.
In a matchup of neighborhood rivals, Lowellville High outscored Springfield 14-7 in overtime to capture a 57-50 boys basketball victory on Tuesday night.
By jim flick email@example.com Howland What was a close game early turned into a one-sided
In a seesaw battle with an outcome that remained in doubt until the final buzzer sounded, Poland beat Hubbard 66-61 Tuesday night.
In a back-and-forth battle that remained close until the final minutes, Warren JFK High girls basketball team defeated Girard 53-42.
South Range improves to 4-0 after close call with Poland.
After playing almost even-up basketball in the first half, Austintown Fitch ambushed the Girard Indians in the second half to capture a 68-41 victory Wednesday night.
By JIM FLICK firstname.lastname@example.org HOWLAND Showing little mercy for a traditional rival, Howland
By JIM FLICK email@example.com MINERAL RIDGE With a perfect season in jeopardy, the Mineral
By Jim Flick firstname.lastname@example.org NILES Led by the one-man offense of quarterback Dan Graziano,
By JIM FLICK email@example.com POLAND Controlling the game from the outset, Poland defeated
BY JIM FLICK firstname.lastname@example.org CORTLAND Darius Patton delivered on both sides of ball Friday
Lakeview gets past Girard in four games By JIM FLICK email@example.com GIRARD After winning
By JIM FLICK firstname.lastname@example.org JEFFERSON Champion advanced to the championship game of the
By JIM FLICK email@example.com HOWLAND A sophomore pitcher making his first varsity start held
By Jim Flick firstname.lastname@example.org GIRARD In game that fell in and out of Girard’s grasp, the
By Jim Flick email@example.com CANFIELD In a game whose outcome was in doubt until the final
MINERAL RIDGE — The Ursuline girls basketball squad defeated top-seeded Springfield 45-32 on
The Cardinals will play Uniontown Lake High in the first round of the Division I tournament.
NORTH LIMA — In a battle of backyard rivals that wasn’t settled until the final minute, the South
HOWLAND — Thanks to a fast start and strong defense all game long, the Howland Tigers defeated All-
LIBERTY — In a game that Poland coach Ken Grisdale described as his experiment with “controlled
Hubbard outscored Howland 18-3 in the third quarter. HOWLAND — Playing strong defense as well
YOUNGSTOWN — Led by a strong “inside-outside” combo, the Howland girls basketball team overwhelmed