He faces several charges
The Watson brothers of Austintown are assistant coaches at NCAA Division I schools whose geographic locations and won-loss records are miles apart.
So few points after so much work.
Marcus McWilson doesn’t have a vision problem, but, right now, he’s seeing double — double sessions that is.
Dennis Miller will get his first glimpse of San Francisco next week. More importantly, he’ll get to play in his first U.S. Open.
By JOHN BASSETTI firstname.lastname@example.org STRUTHERS Sponsors, bat type, tournaments and rosters —
Ursuline takes advantage of miscues
Remember the kid who, out of high school, followed in his father’s footsteps and went to work in the steel mills?
By JOHN BASSETTI email@example.com struthers Sam Donko seemed to have a hand in every phase
The Warren Board of Education pulled the personnel equivalent of basketball’s one-and-one play when it approved the hiring of two basketball coaches Tuesday afternoon.
Not by design, but Karen Donbar waited until the final week of the Monday Senior Mixed Doubles
By JOHN BASSETTI firstname.lastname@example.org CORTLAND George Lanterman resigned as Lakeview’s boys
This summer, some of us will find a hammock and take it easy. Others, like 30-year-old Shawn Aker, a Columbiana High and YSU graduate, is part of a cycling team that will compete in the Race Across America.
Johnny Petraglia Jr., who recently participated in the PBA Hubbard Open in March, felt at home at
By john bassetti email@example.com An inscription on a priest’s coffee mug playfully reads:
In some respects, Doxie Damico would be classified as a groupie, but, in reality, the Austintown
Trumbull boys and girls all-star teams pick up a sweep at the Frank Bubba Classic By John Bassetti
East Palestine native Alex Casi goes for a LPGA card By JOHN BASSETTI firstname.lastname@example.org Tony
Maybe it was coincidental that the Transitions Championship in Palm Harbor Fla. last weekend was also a juncture for a switch.
Rhino Page unseats defending champion
Instead of being ecstatic, Eric Fender was pragmatic.
By john bassetti email@example.com WARREN It was another Windham-Warren JFK showdown and
Jason Kokrak says a better putting performance is the key
The Mercer County Bowling Hall of Fame inducted four new members on Feb. 25. Almeda James, Gabe
By JOHN BASSETTI firstname.lastname@example.org It’ll be a Wayne Webb’s weekend for four area boys teams,
By JOHN BASSETTI email@example.com KENT Pizza, pressure, pain. Entering the day’s final two
By JOHN BASSETTI firstname.lastname@example.org KENT Struthers’ boys bowling team will be making its
Like a true athlete, Eric Hipple worked up a sweat giving his presentation on depression and its most extreme scenario — suicide — to a group of mostly students at Youngstown State’s Kilcawley Center on Tuesday night.
He’s no longer an unknown.
By John Bassetti email@example.com HoWLAND It wasn’t a matter of if it would happen, but how
Warren native Jason Kokrak has stars in his eyes and goals in his sights at Pebble Beach
Several tournaments and events are upcoming on area lanes. The Youngstown-Salem Women’s Bowling
By John Bassetti firstname.lastname@example.org What was designed to be a fund-raiser for the Liberty and
By John Bassetti email@example.com POLAND It was too good a game for this early in the
Cardinal Mooney will be making its 11th state finals appearance on Friday when the Cardinals (10-3), play Springfield Shawnee in the Division III championship game.
Cardinals will play for eighth state title against Springfield Shawnee next week By John Bassetti
Kirtland defenders swarm Crestview quarterback Adam Coppock during the Division V regional championship game Friday at Mollenkopf Stadium in Warren. The Hornets overwhelmed the Rebels, 35-7.
By John Bassetti firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN While celebrity chef Guy Fieri watched the game
Division IV playoff game comes down to Girard’s offense vs. Canton Central Catholic’s defense.
By John Bassetti email@example.com Columbiana Mad Magazine has a Spy vs. Spy cartoon feature.
By JOHN BASSETTI firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Brian Marrow had to be convinced to take the
Long-time rivals primed for 57th renewal of series By JOHN BASSETTI email@example.com
By John Bassetti firstname.lastname@example.org HOWLAND Howland allowed only a half-dozen goals prior to
By JOHN BASSETTI email@example.com CORTLAND After taking photos with family, friends and his
By JOHN BASSETTI firstname.lastname@example.org NEW MIDDLETOWN Tuesday night’s girls game between South
By john bassetti email@example.com GIRARD It wasn’t long after Ciara Bello was named queen
Junior Ryan Mosora has Brookfield rushing towards the playoffs By John BASSETTI
By JoHN bassetti firstname.lastname@example.org CANFIELD After beating East in fairly convincing fashion
Just a few weeks ago, Boardman running back Devin Campbell had a mind-boggling, jaw-dropping, eye-popping performance against Uniontown Lake.
Bulldogs on verge of AAC boys soccer championship By john Bassetti email@example.com CORTLAND