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YSU to host clinic for baseball players

YSU to host clinic for baseball players YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown State baseball coaching staff


Canfield drops to 4th in state Division III poll

Undefeated Hubbard, LaBrae, McDonald make the Top 10


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high schools MONDAY’S RESULTS GIRLS SOCCER TOURNAMENT DIVISION I Boardman 11, Canton


NCAA Division I Locals

How area football players fared in Week 7.


Milestones looming for YSU women’s basketball team

The Penguins are closing in on the program’s 600th victory


Holman receives Vicarel Award

Association honors members, seeks new gridiron officials


Browns’ Schobert injures hamstring

Trade for wide receiver is possible


Steelers’ focus is not on Bell’s return

Team trying to move on from running back’s volunteered absence


Reality hits Browns after Chargers loss

Injuries mounting among wide receivers


Banged-up Buckeyes healing

Some missing defensive starters are expected to play against Purdue


Crosby’s late FG wins for Packers

49ers’ Sherman flagged for illegal contact on final drive


Chacin pitches Brewers to NLCS lead

The Los Angeles Dodgers suffered their first postseason shutout at home since 1983.


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Mooney blasts Struthers in soccer match

By BOB ETTINGER sports@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Holding onto the ball is something every soccer team tries to do in some capacity or another. The Cardinal Mooney girls, however, have put their own twist on the strategy and used it to perfection in Monday’s 16-0 victory over Struthers in a Division II sectional semifinal at Farmer’s National Bank Field.


Former Canfield tennis coach Larry Davis dies

Hall of Famer was 68


Bowling Green names Carl Pelini interim head coach

Cardinal Mooney graduate was defensive coordinator


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