Tyler Naquin is a lot of things — a first-round draft pick of the Cleveland Indians, an up-and-coming prospect and a locker room leader.
By JON MOFFETT email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Jesse Curry didn’t care about his four touchdowns.
By JON MOFFETT firstname.lastname@example.org LEAVITTSBURG Have you ever been in a bog? Imagine walking on
By Jon Moffett email@example.com NORTH LIMA And at the 20th hour, Wayne Allegretto said, “Let
By Jon moffett firstname.lastname@example.org WARREN The start of the football season for Austintown Fitch
By JON MOFFETT email@example.com NILES In 1999, Mahoning Valley Scrappers manager David Wallace
By JON MOFFETT firstname.lastname@example.org NILES There were no gimmicks, no themes and no promotions
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By JON MOFFETT email@example.com New Middletown Matt Weymer makes no bones about his
By JON MOFFETT firstname.lastname@example.org Champion The Champion High softball team has one rule: you
By JON MOFFETT email@example.com Poland It was June 5, 2010. Erin Gabriel was dominant, as
By JON MOFFETT firstname.lastname@example.org Austintown With a big grin on her face and an even larger
Ali Tolich lay in the grass next to the discus area and watched as Austintown Fitch teammate Billy Price made his throws.
With her hair pulled back in a tight ponytail — with the tip dyed purple — and her sunglasses on, Carly DeRose looked like a rock star on the field.
There is only one word to describe the performance by Alex DiDomenico and the Boardman softball team in their district championship game on Saturday - DiDominating.
By Jon moffett email@example.com Jefferson The only thing that was on Meredith Testa’s mind
As Dan Skiba sat on the Mineral Ridge High team bus, probably the last thing he was thinking about was the meet he and his fellow athletes were missing due to the rain.
Paul Otto has kind of been a nomad in recent years. A transplant from Wisconsin — or North Dakota or Florida, depending on the time of his life — Otto has always felt at home in one place: the golf course.
If you need to know how screwy this track season has been, look no further than Jackson-Milton High jumper Colton Horvath.
There isn’t a whole lot that can slow down Miles Dunlap. The McDonald High senior seemed to be in every race of the Inter-Tri County championship meet at Western Reserve on Wednesday.
Destiny Prusky stood alone in the high-jump area. She had just won the event on her previous jump of 5-foot-4, and was looking to improve on her personal best.
It was a tale of two seasons for the Youngstown State softball team in 2011.
Brian Higgins isn’t really big on fashion. But he does know one thing: he’s got a really big pair of shoes to fill.
Softball always has been called a game of inches. And a few inches in Sunday’s game between Green Bay and Youngstown State made all the difference from it being an uplifting close to the 2011 season.
Area teams took top-three places in 32 events during the Optimist meet at Austintown Fitch High.
When Jordan Ingalls read “Little House on the Prairie” as a young girl, she couldn’t help but be fascinated by the stories of life on the American plains.
A shutdown defense led the Panthers past Boardman High 2-0 in Monday’s Federal League contest at the Fields of Dreams.
By JON MOFFETT firstname.lastname@example.org Canfield It didn’t take long for Canfield High’s Jordan
Matt Morrone has got to feel like a student trying to make his choice for college right about now — it’s kind of a combination of anxiousness, hesitation, nerves and obvious excitement.
Depending on which side of home plate you were sitting on, Friday’s game between Canfield and Austintown Fitch was either really disappointing or really opportunistic.
By JON MOFFETT email@example.com Hanoverton Roger Zeigler answered a lot of questions during
There are many people who use the golf course as an escape from the stresses of life. Spenser Sulzener is not one of those people.
It’s not uncommon for high school athletes to toss the pigskin around in their downtime.
Brian Gorby is generally a soft-spoken man who doesn’t command a lot of attention.
By JON MOFFETT firstname.lastname@example.org Campbell Right about now, Jake Giuriceo is either wrist-deep
Brian Campbell figured it would take his Youngstown State softball team a little bit of time to get reacquainted with the city after having spent most of the past two months in the southern part of the country.
By JON MOFFETT email@example.com Niles Joe Iacobucci isn’t ready to give up his home-cooked
As a standout on the Howland High offensive line, Anthony Stanko is kind of used to letting others get all the attention for his work.
Phil Klein pumped his fist and roared in triumph after striking out his 13th batter to end the eighth inning.
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By JON MOFFETT email@example.com McDonald Forgive Jeff Rasile, Matthias Tayala and Nick and
By JON MOFFETT firstname.lastname@example.org Struthers There is little debate as to who the best player
Justin Rota felt like he was in one of those inspirational sports movies where everything goes into slow motion at the end.
Steve Arnold looked all around the locker room for something made out of wood. A table, door, chair. Anything.
Ken Grisdale heaped plenty of praise on his Poland High basketball team after defeating Streetsboro in a Division II district semifinal game.
Carl Brown couldn’t stop coughing in the locker room after his best game of the season.
With the game out of hand and the clock running, Mike Mangine walked over to his substitutes at the scorer’s table.
Hopefully there was no shortage of ink pens at Youngstown State for Thursday’s women’s basketball game, because Brandi Brown had the kind of night that can wreak havoc on a stat sheet.
Cody Dillon looked puzzled as his teammates, coaches and fans gave him a standing ovation after a layup and drawn foul.