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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 »»

WGH girls head into state indoor with best 4x200

March 14, 2012 It began last year with Warren G. Harding’s girls track and field team. The state indoor meet was upon them and the Raiders were in the Stile Fieldhouse at the University of Akron. more »»

YSU basketball on the rebound

February 27, 2012 For the past quarter of a decade, Youngstown State University basketball hasn’t been that noteworthy. This year has been completely different. The Penguins have finished the regular season above. more »»

Plenty of changes to this year’s postseason high school basketball landscape

December 2, 2011 The Ohio High School Athletic Association sometimes takes more hits than “Iron” Mike Tyson doled out to his opponents in his heyday. This time, the OHSAA doesn’t deserve an uppercut in its directio. more »»

Howland runners eye state meet

October 28, 2011 Howland senior Nathan Sutton has overcome a lot in his high school career. Weight and slow times. more »»

McDonald XC teams looking strong

August 25, 2011 THIS year’s cross country season started Tuesday with an early meet at Austintown Township Park, but there’s a race Saturday morning at Woodland Park in McDonald that will pit some of the best boys... more »»

The ABCs of postseason track & field

May 16, 2011 TRACK and field, the most weatherproof of all the spring sports, enters the best three weeks of the year -- districts, regionals and stat. more »»

Penguins need balance versus Akron

November 19, 2010 YOUNGSTOWN YOUNGSTOWN State is 2-0 for the first time in Jerry Slocum’s tenure as the Penguins’ coach. more »»

Boardman course holds fate of area runners

October 30, 2010 BOARDMAN THE Boardman High School course looks ominous to some, like home to others. more »»

For Lakeview, it’s about perspective

October 25, 2010 BAZETTA Perspective. On Saturday, the Lakeview boys cross country team had its change during the course of the afternoon. more »»

 
 

 

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