Phantoms co-captain Josh Nenadal (19) celebrates his first period goal during Friday’s 4-2 victory over the Muskegon Lumberjacks. With the win, the Phantoms tied the best-of-five series at 1-1. Game 3 will be tonight at the Covelli Centre.
The red-hot Youngstown Phantoms scored three power-play goals, killed off 80 percent of their penalties and scored a short-handed, empty-net goal.
There is no doubt in Kerry Durkin’s mind what has inspired the Canfield 13-14 softball team to do well enough to earn a berth in the Junior League World Series.
A 15-point loss to Cardinal Mooney last season was all the motivation the Austintown Fitch High girls basketball team needed to start the season soaring.
Rob Hornak of Warren shows off the buck he bagged in Lordstown. Although hunters now have the option of registering their kills online, one deer checking station employee thinks licensed agencies will continue to be busy.
In its first 10-0 season, the Crestview High football team hasn’t faced much adversity.
Having out-scored their first three opponents by a margin of 166-39, you’d think nothing could be better for the Brookfield High football team.
By TOM WILLIAMS email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN Infuriated by last week’s 31-7 loss to St.
With his senior year under way, Austintown Fitch lineman Billy Price can’t wait for Friday night’s lights to illuminate.
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Bulldogs know their semifinal opponent
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Gabriel’s one-hitter has Poland playing for state trip
Mathews #2 Olivia Rhodanz celebrates after winning the Division 3 Regional Semifinal game at Kent State University against Jackson Milton Wednesday night.
Four years ago, when Michael Zordich committed to the Penn State University football team, he was pretty sure he was going to the most stable program in the Big Ten.
Back in Northeast Ohio, Jim Tressel is content with his new role
Bill O’Brien’s first trip to the Mahoning Valley as Penn State’s head football coach certainly won’t be his last.
Canfield senior Sarah Vrabel (15-5) tossed a two-hitter, striking out three and walking two.
As Penn State’s men’s ice hockey team prepares for the huge leap to NCAA Division I status, the Nittany Lions’ head coach has an appreciation for the United States Hockey League and the Youngstown Phantoms.
By TOM WILLIAMS firstname.lastname@example.org ALLIANCE After Gina Mancini and Abbey Baker used their bats
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For the third straight day, Mother Nature wreaked havoc on area baseball and softball fields, keeping several of high school teams from competing in sectional play.
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Monday’s summer-like temperatures had Lakeview High softball pitcher Alexis Neumeister in her comfort zone.
— season in review SEmD The Youngstown Phantoms stepped up to experience the USHL postseason
Gamblers eliminate Youngstown from playoffs
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Boardman High senior Dan Watkins made the most of his second chance during Wednesday’s showdown against Ursuline.
Austin Cangelosi’s flip shot in overtime produced just enough magic to have the Youngstown Phantoms one win away from their first USHL playoff series win.
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By TOM WILLIAMS email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown Phantoms ended March with a four-
By TOM WILLIAMS firstname.lastname@example.org CANFIELD About two hours after senior outfielder Haley
Hardin, Moore lead all-stars to victory
Pitching in 40-degree weather with a biting wind blowing into his face, Ursuline High pitcher Sam Donko is not exactly sure how he stayed warm.
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By TOM WILLIAMS firstname.lastname@example.org Chelsea Bowker calls her journey from Crestview High to the
Lowellville loses to Hiland in semifinal
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Staff report YOUNGSTOWN Although the Youngstown Phantoms cannot clinch their first USHL playoff
By TOM WILLIAMS email@example.com AUSTINTOWN Strong starts propelled the Canfield and West
By TOM WILLIAMS firstname.lastname@example.org BOARDMAN As the third quarter of their season winds down
For eight minutes, the spirit and intensity of the Steel Valley Conference was reborn as former rivals Boardman and Fitch engaged in a heated battle on the Falcons’ basketball court.
Few football players participate in just 13 high school varsity games and then go on to qualify for a NFL pension.
By TOM WILLIAMS email@example.com BEAVER TWP. Healthy and hungry, Lowellville High’s girls