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Early deficit no problem in win

Local Sports

YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown Phantoms fell behind 3-0 within the first 10 minutes of the game, but scored six unanswered goals to come back and beat the US National Team Development Program, 6-3, Saturday night at the Covelli Centre. Despite the score, Phantoms coach Brad Patterson was a fan ...

Poland’s trench warfare

High School Sports

SALEM — Poland continued to dig the trenches in the Division IV high school football playoffs. The second-seeded Bulldogs manhandled third-seeded Wintersville Indian Creek 35-0 in a Region 13 semifinal Saturday at Sebo Stadium in Salem to improve to 10-2. They will play top-seeded Perry ...

YSU rallies for last-second win

YSU Sports

YOUNGSTOWN — Corrione Cardwell drove past the Youngstown State defense, just as Eastern Michigan did numerous times during the first two quarters of the women’s basketball game Saturday morning at Beeghly Center. It was much different in the final two quarters, but the Eagles tied the ...

Buckeyes roll; Penn State next

Local Sports

PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Fresh off another rout, Justin Fields and No. 2 Ohio State was looking ahead. Because chances are the next couple of games figure to be a bit tougher for the Buckeyes. Fields threw for a career-high 305 yards and matched his best with four touchdown passes as Ohio State ...

South Range stung by Hornets

High School Sports

NILES — South Range coach Dan Yeagley acknowledged that his team had to play a perfect game Saturday if it was going to have any chance of beating Kirtland in a Division V, Region 17 semifinal game at Niles’ Bo Rein Stadium. While the Raiders weren’t exactly mistake-prone by any means, ...

Penguins rout Maple Leafs

Local Sports

PITTSBURGH — Dominik Kahun scored two goals and the Pittsburgh Penguins routed the Toronto Maple Leafs 6-1 on Saturday night. Kahun matched a career-high with three points. Bryan Rust also had a three-point game, with a short-handed goal and two assists. Jake Guentzel and Evgeni Malkin each ...

Spartans’ Dunham to run at Walsh

High School Sports

BOARDMAN — Mark Hadley’s collegiate distance running path was far from one road. It veered off from his initial venture at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. The 2013 Division I boys state cross country champion began there, but the Boardman High School graduate ended his ...

Scoreboard

High School Sports

SATURDAY’S REGIONAL SEMIFINALS Division IV Region 13 ¯ Poland 35, Wintersville Indian Creek 0 ¯ Perry 37, Cuyahoga Falls CVCA 14 Region 14 ¯ Clyde 35, Shelby 21 ¯ Ottawa-Glandorf 21, Wauseon 14 Region 15 ¯ Bloom-Carroll 49, Waverly 21 ¯ Newark Licking Valley 20, New ...

All-conference, other honors

High School Sports

Volleyball ALL-OHIO Division II Third Team Natalie Pallone Girard Sr Honorable Mention ¯ Canfield: Alexis Mettille, Sr. Division II Second Team Brenna Auer Crestview Sr ALL-AMERICAN CONFERENCE RED TIER ¯ Player of the Year: Grace Mangapora, Canfield First Team Abbie ...

Cold weather doesn’t mean end of fishing

Local Sports

Social media posts in recent weeks have chronicled a variety of interesting catches locally, serving as a reminder that even with snow blowing across the region we still have plenty of good fishing to enjoy. Conditions may not be as comfortable for anglers as they were two or three months ...