Cardinal Mooney coach P.J. Fecko walks off the field at Paul Brown Tiger Stadium in Massillon after losing the state championship 27-21 in the final minutes of Friday's game.
If Saturday’s game against South Dakota State taught us anything, it’s this: Most people in Youngstown just don’t care.
On the second-to-last play of the second quarter — just seconds after quarterback Jon Saadey had taken a costly sack to put Cardinal Mooney out of field goal range — the Cardinals faced a fourth-and-22 at the Cleveland Benedictine 42.
Hubbard’s phenom running back, junior L.J. Scott, gave the Eagles that sweet victory on a 2-yard touchdown run to end the first overtime session.
Alessi’s five TDs helps South Range topple Crestview
Senior running back Ross Gould ran 23 times for 207 yards and three touchdowns for Poland.
He faces several charges
YSU students, from left, Ansel Morsillo, Tyller Schonce and Jason Heyman show their team spirit during Thursday’s opener against Dayton. They and other students spelled “Youngstown” on their chests, and the Penguins proceeded to win 28-10.
The big, mean, fire-breathing dragon of a coach — the one who was forced to leave Kansas for, among other things, having the audacity to poke one of his players in the chest — got physical with an injured Youngstown State player on Friday.
On July 28, Steve Vallos was playing with his two kids in his Seattle home when he got the phone call he’d been waiting on for six months.