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The essence of NAC hoops

January 28, 2013 You can hear the reverberations walking down the hallway. It echoes through the crevices of Bristol High Schoo. more »»

Rupe being honored by OATCCC

January 25, 2013 McDonald coach Chris Rupe took over the boys cross country program from Barry Clute in 1997. It wasn’t so much Rupe was mentored by the former coach, but rather shown the rope. more »»

Niles making strides from last season

January 21, 2013 The Niles boys basketball team heads into this week with an 8-6 record. Considering the state of the Red Dragons’ program the past couple of years, it’s not too shabby. more »»

Home isn’t where the wins are

January 14, 2013 It wasn’t all that many years ago when road wins were, well, far-fetched notions. Now, they are the standard for the Youngstown State men’s basketball tea. more »»

Youngstown State women can have special year

January 12, 2013 Today is the day Bob Boldon finds out what his Youngstown State women’s basketball team can do in the Horizon League. more »»

The changing face of YSU basketball

January 8, 2013 Winning. Since the Youngstown State University basketball teams have been in the Horizon League, it’s been, except for a few fleeting moments and three playoff wins, a foreign concept. more »»

Much more than being in a box score

December 20, 2012 There are certain things that don’t translate into a box score. more »»

The Panthers’ defensive play does impress

December 17, 2012 OK, 45 points in one quarter is pretty sizable. Frankly, it snuck up on those inside the Bristol High School gym quicker than a raccoon rifling through a garbage can. more »»

LaBrae should be pleased with victory over Ursuline

December 10, 2012 LaBRAE’S boys basketball team should reflect back on Saturday’s victory in the Hope Classic: High School Basketball Showcase charity event and be very pleased. more »»

WGH boys off to solid start Friday

December 3, 2012 Granted, it’s hard to take away much from one game, but the Warren G. Harding boys basketball team impressed after solidly beating Ursuline in Friday’s opener. more »»

YSU to answer questions on Wednesday

November 26, 2012 A former Youngstown State University men’s basketball coach was irked by a simple question following a last-minute home loss. more »»

Rough road ahead for Penguins

November 19, 2012 Youngstown State opened the season on a Saturday at George Washington and then went to Georgia that following Monday. Nearly a week later, YSU struggled in the first half against St. Francis (Pa.). more »»

AAC athletes well-represented at regionals

October 25, 2012 IF anything, the Trumbull County All-American Conference teams should be quite prou. more »»

WGH’s 2011 nightmare almost forgotten

September 14, 2012 Despair. Misery. Heartache. Depression. All of those words could describe the state of the Warren G. Harding football program after last year’s 2-8 season. It desperately needed a makeover. more »»

First setback for JFK

September 14, 2012 YOUNGSTOWN — Cardinal Mooney girls tennis team knew how it was to come into a match undefeated and leave with a loss. The Cardinals experienced that earlier this week in a loss to Canfiel. more »»

Browns rookies bouncing back

September 14, 2012 BEREA — When quarterback Brandon Weeden and running back Trent Richardson woke up last Monday the last thing either wanted to do was look at the morning newspaper or listen to sports talk radio. more »»

Up to speed

September 14, 2012 PITTSBURGH — Ben Roethlisberger would like to clarify something. Pittsburgh’s new “no-huddle” offense doesn’t mean “no rules. more »»

Weeden to make better use of tight ends

September 14, 2012 BEREA — If quarterback Brandon Weeden is going to have success in the Browns’ west-coast offense he’ll need to make use of the tight end. more »»

Meyer, Hood love Ashtabula

July 6, 2012 GENEVA URBAN Meyer is passionate about his love for his hometown, a main reason he and Eastern Kentucky coach Dean Hood wanted to start the Urban Meyer and Dean Hood Free Football Camp at the SPIRE... more »»

KSU players still reveling in historic win

June 13, 2012 Kent State University’s baseball team has always had a flair for the dramatic. This was a team that beat Kentucky in 21 innings during this year’s regional opene. more »»

 
 
 

 

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