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Hiram suspends cross country programs

July 25, 2015 HIRAM — Nearby Hiram College has announced that it has suspended its men’s and women’s cross country programs effective this fall. more »»

Youngstown Phantoms name Wroblewski as new coach

July 22, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown Phantoms moved quickly to replace head coach Anthony Noreen by naming John Wroblewski as the organization’s new head coach on Tuesday . more »»

A push from within

July 20, 2015 Kelsey Dickey said she was pushed in her stroller at 6 months old when her mother, Cindy, or father, Tom, went for a ru. more »»

LaMonica finds her Stride

July 18, 2015 Jack Thornton saw the progress of John F. Kennedy junior Antonella LaMonica and wanted to put her on the fast track to success — literally. more »»

Lefty tourney takes place at Riverview

July 17, 2015 BRACEVILLE — If the weather cooperates, there should be a 36-hole tournament played at Riverview Golf Club Saturday and Sunday. more »»

Phantoms announce 2015-16 schedule

July 17, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown Phantoms, in conjunction with the United States Hockey League, has released the schedule for the upcoming 2015-16 season. more »»

New team joins fight for football followers

July 16, 2015 NILES — The first step in the process went well for the Mahoning Valley’s newest sports team. How things develop in the future depends on how well the area accepts the Mahoning Valley Brawlers. more »»

Warren team advances to regional

July 16, 2015 The Warren Athletic Club 10U All-Star team had to win three games in a row on Sunday to claim the Cal Ripken Baseball state championship. more »»

Haudenschild is 7th Blaney Memorial winner

July 13, 2015 HARTFORD — The trend continued Saturday night in the seventh annual Lou Blaney Memorial races at Sharon Speedway. A seventh different winner crossed the finish line in both races. more »»

Saluting the original Blaney

July 12, 2015 HARTFORD — Jerry Morell spent a good part of his early adult life at Sharon Speedway in Hartford, and he still loves racing, but it’s nearly impossible to catch Morell at an oval dirt track anymore. more »»

State champ – again

July 10, 2015 LaBrae graduate Haylee Harford won two matches on Thursday to capture the Women’s Ohio State Amateur Golf Championship at Weymouth Country Club in Medina. more »»

Gaston makes move with future in mind

July 10, 2015 With one year of college eligibility remaining, RaShid Gaston wanted to make the most of it. Gaston, a former Warren G. Harding standout, played at Norfolk State University the last three seasons. more »»

Blaney brothers ready for dad’s day

July 9, 2015 HARTFORD — It’s just what you would expect for the Lou Blaney Memorial race Saturday at Sharon Speedway. His sons are in the mix to win the seventh annual event. more »»

Harford closes in on state amateur title

July 9, 2015 A former Trumbull County state champion is making another run at a championship in Ohio. more »»

Golf, with a kick

July 8, 2015 BROOKFIELD — Kent Blacksher has always had a passion for soccer. The Youngstown resident was a standout goalie throughout his youth, high school and collegiate years. more »»

Start Talking! on track

July 7, 2015 Malina Mitchell knows what running has meant in her career at McDonald High School. more »»

A volleyball ‘lifer’

July 5, 2015 When young people start playing a sport (or sports), they generally stick with it as long as they are enjoying it. A good part of the enjoyment comes from success. more »»

USA Olympian?

July 4, 2015 McDONALD — Matthias Tayala was busy lifting weights under the main gymnasium of his alma mater, McDonald High School. more »»

New GM found in-house

July 3, 2015 YOUNGSTOWN — New Youngstown Phantoms general manager Jason Koehler knows exactly what his first task will be — finding a replacement for head coach Anthony Noreen. more »»

Ready for Round 2

July 2, 2015 HARPERSFIELD TOWNSHIP — Urban Meyer is feeling good about his home state these days. more »»

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