Cole Christman and Hannah Keffler won 14-and-under titles.
Joey Vitali is hoping to shake off a poor performance in last year's final.
Terlesky, Neumeister roll into final championship spots
The sixth and final qualifier of this year's Greatest Golfer of the Valley junior series is today at Trumbull Country Club.
University projects shortfall of $60 million
Ethan Thomas and Jacinta Pikunas are classmates at Boardman High School and both qualified for The Vindicator Greatest Golfer of the Valley junior championship on Tuesday at Diamond Back Golf Course.
Zach Jacobson has been working on his short game.
It took longer than Kyle Connor had probably anticipated, but good things come to those who wait.
Ken Keller had your ho-hum, so-so. even-par round of golf on Friday.
Wednesday's scheduled event has been moved to July 1.
Long-hitting Vitali leaves driver in the bag to qualify
Jared Burkert fired a two-hit shutout to send the Bulldogs into the first state baseball title game in their history.
Connor Stevens shot a 1-under 71 to win the boys 14-and-under division.
Squaw Creek hosts Sunday's GGOV Juniors event.
It's been 260 days since Matt Gurska took home the title of Vindicator Greatest Golfer of the Valley sponsored by Farmers National Bank.
What began as a battle of grit and toughness ended nearly 100 minutes later as a battle of attrition.
Panthers senior outfielder ready to play Youngstown State
Even Urban Meyer wasn’t able to change L.J. Scott’s mind.
Darrin Hall stayed with Pitt despite a coaching change. Antwan Harris is headed for Lake Erie College.
This year, they’ve put their imprint on just about every Division I recruit that will be signing a national letter of intent to play college football today.
Billy Price was attending his first day of macroeconomics at Ohio State University on Wednesday.
The Cardinals’ physical approach led to a 63-43 win.
Sugar Bowl notebook
Defense, turnovers and a big-time rushing performance are why the Buckeyes have a chance to be the first-ever college football playoff national champions.
It was an ending the Hubbard Eagles would rather not remember, but won’t soon forget.
It will be the third time in as many seasons Hubbard has faced the Irish in the postseason.
Two years ago, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary football coach Dan Boarman called Hubbard a bunch of “young pups.”
Defensive adjustments helped the Irish contain Leopards QB Lynn Bowden.
If two Mahoning Valley schools, located less than five miles apart, hardly ever play each other on the football field, can there really be a rivalry?
Current coaches and former players weigh in on how to prevent code of conduct violations from happening — or if it's even possible — and ways to deal with them once they do.
Troy and Aafke Loney have spent the last seven months trying to change the culture inside the arena and out.
Kyle Connor arrived in Youngstown a sheepish high school sophomore with a bright hockey future.
The senior wants to finish with another national volleyball title.
The senior captain is closing in on 1,000 career kills and digs.
No Darrin Hall, no Joey Harrington ... no problem for Austintown Fitch High School — at least on Friday night.
Thanks to new proactive equipment from Riddell, Boardman High School can now measure just how dangerous collisions can be for its players.
John Clegg who ran for 87 yards and a score and threw two TD passes in Western Reserve’s 20-14 win over South Range.
The Struthers senior sat out the Wildcats' first two games, but will play Friday against Mogadore Field.
On the very first series of the game, Ursuline held Cleveland Benedictine to a negative rush play, a negative pass play and an incompletion.
Christian Bello plays football, golf and soccer at Girard. And that’s just during the fall season. He also plays baseball and basketball for the Indians.
Roderick Cook of Girard blasts out of the sandtrap as he competes in the Greatest Golfer of the Valley finals on Sunday.
After committing to Ohio State and Michigan State, the talented running backs are looking to lead Hubbard into Week 15.
Josh Zarlenga is no stranger to championship Sunday.
Just because someone walks away from competitive golf, doesn't mean the competitive golf ever leaves them. Tim Morrow and Katie Rogner learned that in Friday's first round of the 5th annual Vindicator Greatest Golfer of the Valley tournament sponsored by Farmers National Bank.
Pam Porter finished first among women at the inaugural event.
Bryan Horne, Zack Mansky, Chad Hanysh and Gary Woods shot 15-under par to win the low gross championship.
Donavan Ray, Jacinta Pikunas, Jared Wilson and Jenna Vivo score victories Sunday.
Nolan Snyder hopes for a happier memory
Joey Shushok's bucket hat might be a good-luck charm.
The 21-year-old former Eagle was a third-team All-Ohioan in 2011.