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Fighting for October

March 29, 2014 There’s a problem with overachieving as a sports team, and it starts with the first game of the following season. Once fans get accustomed to unexpected success, they become greedy. more »»

Area briefs

March 29, 2014 SCGA teeing up for 41st season Sponsors Classic Golf Association is entering its 41st season and is looking for new members into the organization. more »»

Outdoor briefs

March 29, 2014 Ducks Unlimited to hold annual event Trumbull County Chapter of Ducks Unlimited will be having its annual Sportsman’s Night Out on Friday May 16 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. more »»

Area notices

March 29, 2014 GOLF NOTICES • CANDYWOOD WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN’S GOLF LEAGUE is looking for one team for the upcoming season. If interested, contact the golf course at 330-399-4217 or 330-652-122. more »»

Rookies come out swinging

March 28, 2014 NORTH LIMA — Thursday was Richard Palmer’s first fight at the K.O. Drugs Boxing Tournament, but it’s something he’s been preparing for since he was in elementary school. more »»

Bogan out at Howland

March 28, 2014 HOWLAND — Bill Bogan has decided to take a few steps back from the basketball coaching bench at Howland High Schoo. more »»

Foes turned friends

March 27, 2014 BOARDMAN — You learn all kinds of things at a high school all-star basketball game. more »»

Close call motivating Liberty’s Lukac

March 27, 2014 LIBERTY — Whether it’s a light jog, intense practice or high-level meet, Liberty senior Courteney Lukac focuses on 2:20.173. It’s a time she can’t erase. Numbers she can’t escape. more »»

A little more time

March 26, 2014 HOWLAND — There was a minor glitch near the end of the annual Frank Bubba Classic that had officials and coaches looking at each other for an answer. more »»

Lemasters hopes to build off of junior season

March 26, 2014 CORTLAND — Lakeview High School baseball coach Ron DeJulio Jr. saw the potential in David Lemasters a few years ago, but even he admits he never expected him to be this good. more »»

Pearson tapped as next Girard coach

March 26, 2014 Although it’s physically impossible to bleed a town or its colors, if there’s one person who could bleed the black and red of Girard, Pat Pearson is that man. more »»

Senior standouts

March 25, 2014 HOWLAND — Peyton Aldridge had no choic. more »»

Lakeview’s Pavlik nearly missed out on historic career

March 25, 2014 HOWLAND — In retrospect, it would have been one of the worst decisions of Alli Pavlik’s young life. more »»

Vikings aiming for Akron

March 25, 2014 LEAVITTSBURG — Last season, the bus was warmed up to take the LaBrae Vikings softball team to the Division III state tournament, but the trip was never made. more »»

Annual Bubba Classic set for tonight at Howland High School

March 25, 2014 This year’s Frank Bubba Classic, Trumbull vs. Mahoning County senior basketball players, is to be played tonight at Howland High School. The girls game starts at 5:30 p.. more »»

Kokrak falls short

March 24, 2014 From staff, wire reports ORLANDO, Fla. — Even after two bogeys to start the fourth round, Warren native Jason Kokrak wasn’t out of the mix at Bay Hill. The John F. more »»

Kennedy boys vying for a Division III title

March 24, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — John F. Kennedy’s boys track and field team took a small, but skilled team into last year’s Division III state meet. The Eagles needed every bit on Chad and Carl Zallow’s 30 points. more »»

Harding girls ready to take steps to state

March 24, 2014 Charles Penny remembers the 2008 Warren G. Harding boys track and field season. It laid the foundation for the eventual 2010 Division I state championshi. more »»


March 23, 2014 There’s an inherent perception, fair or not fair, by those outside of the athletic realm that student-athletes have more emphasis on the “athlete” and the “student” aspect goes by the wayside. more »»

YSU freshmen learn to juggle both academics, athletics

March 23, 2014 Jeremy Quinlan, a Youngstown State University baseball player, knows the fine line between academics and athletics. more »»

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