Cody Dillon looked puzzled as his teammates, coaches and fans gave him a standing ovation after a layup and drawn foul.
T.J. Lanier was all smiles after his team’s Division I sectional semifinal at Solon High on Monday.
Ryan Belonger wasn’t thinking about scoring the game-winning goal as he ate his breakfast of water and a banana Friday morning.
If the Youngstown State men’s basketball team is going to put a run together before the Horizon League tournament, they’d better do it in a hurry.
Couples traditionally receive something made of tin or aluminum for their 10th anniversaries. But Matt Anderson is hoping for something a little more golden.
Ali Tolich basically could have thrown a dart at a map of the United States and gone to college wherever the dart landed.
The Crestview Rebels played an inspired four minutes of basketball to close out their game against South Range.
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It was streak-end weekend for several Ohio teams, including the Youngstown State women’s basketball team.
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It’s been a long and tough winter — even by Youngstown’s standards. So you can’t exactly blame the Youngstown State softball team for dreaming of some sun and warmer days.
It’s been a hot and cold kind of a season for the Youngstown State women’s basketball team.
There are two opponents the Youngstown State men’s basketball team has to worry about tonight: Butler and hype.
Akise Teague was sitting behind a table with his Ursuline teammates wearing three distinctive things: a University of Cincinnati hat and necktie and a big smile.
The city of Pittsburgh got a huge win in football days before Super Bowl XLV.
Bob Boldon was very candid regarding his feeling about the current state of the Youngstown State women’s basketball team.
It’s a pivotal week for the YSU men’s basketball team. The Penguins have the runners-up for the NCAA national championship and the Horizon League’s second-best team in back-to-back games.
There’s an old saying about sportswriters. Basically, it states that we write about the games we love because we can’t play them — at least not anymore.
The YSU women’s basketball team was chugging along in Saturday’s first half against Cleveland State. But not only did the wheels fall off in the second half, the train jumped the tracks.
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By JON MOFFETT firstname.lastname@example.org Youngstown Jerry Slocum is by no means a moral victory kind
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John Hritz said he didn’t exactly lose sleep over the Hubbard team that would visit his Liberty girls basketball team on Monday.
Bojana Dimitrov sat in front of the media to talk about another great effort that fell short of a win for the Youngstown State women’s basketball team.
It’s been a while since Bob Boldon and the Youngstown State women’s basketball team has been home.
Taylor Williams looked as if she hadn’t even broken a sweat as she jogged off the court and into the locker room.
Now that the holiday food has digested, it’s time for the Youngstown State men’s basketball team to indulge in something else: conference play.
It’s not his scoring or rebounding skills that make Boardman High junior forward Dayne Hammond such a threat on the basketball court.
Monday night’s win was like getting a sweater for Christmas for Fitch boys basketball Jason Baker.
Warren Harding High boys basketball coach Steve Arnold has one thing come to mind when he looks at his team’s brutal remaining schedule: Bring it.
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There have been several highs and several lows for the Youngstown State women’s basketball team during its first month.
Standing outside of his team’s locker room, Ursuline senior offensive tackle Zach Conlan had only one wish after winning his third straight state championship with the Fighting Irish.
The wintery conditions did enough damage to cool off the winning streak for the Youngstown State women’s basketball team.
Youngstown State quarterback Kurt Hess was named the Missouri Valley Football Conference’s Freshman of the Year.
The Youngstown State women’s basketball team is in the midst of its longest winning streak in more than three years.
Dan Reardon is considered by many as one of the best coaches in the Mahoning Valley. But his opponent in this weekend’s state title game also knows a thing or two about walking on the path of greatness.
Dan Reardon was casually reading off statistics during his conference call Monday morning with reporters.
If you saw Joe Slanina on a football field, you’d think he was just a normal 15-year-old.
It didn’t take first-year head coach Bob Boldon long to realize he had a special player in Brandi Brown.
By JON MOFFETT firstname.lastname@example.org Youngstown Brandi Brown tried as hard as she could to hide
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By JON MOFFETT firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Bob Boldon knows the only way too get better is