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Tale of two halves

March 5, 2014 STRUTHERS — It had been in the local newspapers. It was listed in the tournament program. It was posted on the OHSAA website. Tip-off time Tuesday at the Struthers Fieldhouse was set for 7 p.m. more »»

Ursuline rumbles past Falls to district title game

March 5, 2014 HOWLAND — It happened so fast, the Newton Falls Tigers barely had time to get the culprit’s number. The number was 5, and it was on the back of Ursuline Fighting Irish guard Mark Hughes’ jerse. more »»

OHSAA poses new competitive balance proposal

March 5, 2014 The Ohio High School Athletic Association is taking another shot at competitive balance. more »»

Last-second play dooms YSU in first round of HL tourney

March 5, 2014 ROCHESTER, Mich. — Travis Bader drilled two free throws with one second left in regulation, then hit another pair with 9 seconds left in overtime to allow No. 6-seeded Oakland to escape No. more »»

End of an era

March 4, 2014 HOWLAND — There will be plenty of stories about the outstanding high school basketball career of LaBrae Vikings senior star Peyton Aldridge in the years to com. more »»

Rockets storm back to shock Windham

March 4, 2014 ORWELL — When the Maplewood Rockets and Windham Bombers met in the district semifinals last year, the Bombers thumped the Rockets in a 22-point win. more »»

Losing an all-time great

March 4, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — Kendrick Perry’s season has come down to a one-and-done scenario. more »»

JFK's Usher enjoying life in America, despite cold weather

March 3, 2014 WARREN — John F. Kennedy High School junior Zachary Usher admits the frigid Ohio weather doesn’t suit him. more »»

YSU women win Horizon League title; men take second

March 3, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown State women’s track and field team used a solid second day performance to pull away and earn their fourth Horizon League Indoor Championship and first since 2008 on Sunda... more »»

Pride of the Cardiero

March 2, 2014 COLUMBUS — The next family function should be a fun one at the Cardiero household, and so should several others after that one. more »»

Whisler, Zaller share common goal

March 2, 2014 COLUMBUS — There haven’t been too many bad weekends for David-Brian Whisler and Glenn Zaller, two wrestlers from different schools but possessing a similar goal. more »»

Young Raiders come close, but edged out by Glenville

March 2, 2014 CLEVELAND — Warren G. Harding coach Andy Vlajkovich might of been one of the saddest individuals after Saturday’s Division I sectional final at Glenville High School. more »»

Pymatuning Valley wins first district title

March 2, 2014 RAVENNA — District finals can affect the nerves, and Saturday afternoon at Ravenna’s James L. Coll Gymnasium, both Pymatuning Valley and Hawken coaches admitted that it played a role with their teams. more »»

Basketball roundup

March 2, 2014 Girls district finals SOUTH RANGE 50, URSULINE 39: STRUTHERS — The Raiders used a big advantage at the charity stripe to clinch a DIvision III district title over the Fighting Iris. more »»

Frost rallies from brink to claim fifth place

March 2, 2014 COLUMBUS — Korey Frost felt like his career was over, and it almost was – almost. more »»

Huubard's Romano takes fifth at state bowling tournament

March 2, 2014 Hubbard’s Miranda Romano entered for the Division II state bowling tournament as the fourth and final individual from the Northeast district, although she tied for third at the district tournament. more »»

Oakland beats YSU

March 2, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — Youngstown State’s Kendrick Perry scored 30 points on his senior night, but Oakland made big shots down the stretch and outlasted the Penguins, 87-81, in a back-and-forth battle on... more »»

Detroit rolls in the first half as YSU fails to rally

March 2, 2014 DETROIT — The Youngstown State women’s basketball team allowed Detroit to score 17 straight points in the first half and couldn’t make enough shots to rally in a 75-60 loss at Calihan Hall on... more »»

Grounded Eagles

March 1, 2014 WINDHAM — It appeared as if the entire community of Windham was anxious to see what its beloved Bombers would do away from their comfort zone Friday night. more »»

McDonald gets past rival Mineral Ridge

March 1, 2014 McDONALD — Batman was in the house Friday night. So was Captain America. more »»

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