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High School Sports

Hubbard accustomed to playing in Week 11

Hubbard football has been a constant in the OHSAA playoffs, missing the postseason only five times since 2000. The Eagles continue that success going into another week 11. “Anytime you get a chance to extend your season and have a chance to work with the guys another week it’s a positive ...

Back to the postseason

The seniors on the Brookfield High School football roster began thinking about the playoffs a long time ago. As impressionable middle-school students, they were paying attention to the successes of the high school gridders. On Saturday, they will be making memories of their own and giving ...

Playoff football tickets

Following is information about sales of high school football playoff tickets for the regional first-round games. All games start at 7 p.m. Harding — The Raiders play at Massillon on Friday. Tickets will be available at the school ticket office Wednesday and Thursday 2-5 p.m. and Friday 1-3 ...

Scoreboard

Football REGIONAL FIRST ROUND (Pairings include seed; all games 7 p.m.) Friday’s games Division I Region 1 ¯ 8 Cleveland Heights (9-1) at 1 Mentor (10-0) ¯ 7 Medina (7-3) at 2 Lakewood St. Edward (9-1) ¯ 6 Massillon Jackson (8-2) at 3 Euclid (8-2) ¯ 5 Solon (8-2) at 4 ...

Play it again

A year ago, the first round of the Ohio High School Athletic Association playoffs included six schools from Trumbull County and five from Mahoning County. History repeated itself Sunday when the OHSAA released its pairings for the first round of the playoffs, which begin Friday. Among the 224 ...

First-round games for area teams

All games 7 p.m. FRIDAY Division II, Region 5 ¯ Warren G. Harding (7-3) at Massillon (10-0) Division VI, Region 21 ¯ Western Reserve (8-2) at Springfield (10-0) ¯ Brookfield (8-2) at Mogadore (9-1) SATURDAY Division IV Region 13 ¯ Struthers (6-4) at Poland (8-2) ¯ ...

Football playoffs

REGIONAL FIRST ROUND (Pairings include seed; all games 7 p.m.) Friday’s games Division I Region 1 ¯ 8 Cleveland Heights (9-1) at 1 Mentor (10-0) ¯ 7 Medina (7-3) at 2 Lakewood St. Edward (9-1) ¯ 6 Massillon Jackson (8-2) at 3 Euclid (8-2) ¯ 5 Solon (8-2) at 4 Canton ...

Final OHSAA computer ratings

Division I ¯ Region 1 - 1. Mentor (10-0) 40.0869, 2. Lakewood St. Edward (9-1) 33.9745, 3. Euclid (8-2) 29.6965, 4. Canton McKinley (8-2) 29.35, 5. Solon (8-2) 28.8, 6. Massillon Jackson (8-2) 26.25, 7. Medina (7-3) 25.5, 8. Cleveland Heights (9-1) 24.75, 9. Stow-Munroe Falls (6-4) 19.5, 10. ...

State semifinals

Boys soccer (All games Wednesday, 7 p.m.) Division I ¯ Medina (20-0-1) vs. Cleveland St. Ignatius (19-0-2), at Brunswick ¯ Powell Olentangy Liberty (18-2-1) vs. Liberty Township Lakota East (16-3-3), at Xenia Division II ¯ Howland (20-0-1) vs. Lexington (21-1), at Barberton ¯ ...

Finally, a final four

STREETSBORO — After playing 110 minutes of scoreless soccer at Quinn Field, it came down to penalty kicks to see who would win the Division II regional final between the Howland Tigers and the Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin Lions. In the end, the Tigers outlasted the Lions 4 to 2 in penalty ...

Badger’s Stanhope betters time in runner-up finish

HEBRON — Miranda Stanhope came down the final meters of Saturday’s Division III race. Some competitors were struggling to breathe. Others let the cold conditions get the best of them. Not this Badger High School senior distance runner. She’s been there before, crossing the finish ...

All-Conference honors

Cross country ALL-AMERICAN CONF. RED TIER - BOYS ¯ Player of the Year: Mitchel Dunham, Boardman First Team Frank Bero Boardman Zach Brill Howland Mitchel Dunham Boardman Lane Goble Howland Beau Gorby Boardman Justin Maloney Boardman Nick Plant Canfield Jake ...

Scoreboard

Football SATURDAY’S SCORES Area games ¯ John F. Kennedy 21, Cle. VASJ 10 ¯ Waterloo 26, Lowellville 20 Around Ohio ¯ Akr. Kenmore-Garfield 42, Akr. North 19 ¯ Cameron, W.Va. 33, Bridgeport 22 ¯ Cin. College Prep. 42, Cin. N. College Hill 8 ¯ Cin. Moeller 53, St. ...

Extra special victory

HOWLAND — There were several “special” moments Friday for the Warren G. Harding High School football team when it traveled to Lombardo Field to take on Howland. During the game, special teams played a huge role in the Raiders’ 28-6 win over the Tigers in what was the regular-season ...

Warriors roll in winner-take-all

BROOKFIELD — Win and you’re in. That was the scenario facing the Brookfield Warriors when they hosted the Champion Golden Flashes on Friday evening. A victory would not only secure a playoff berth for Brookfield for the first time since 2015, but also give the Warriors a conference ...

Devils clinch despite loss

McDONALD — The 2018 football season couldn’t have played out much better for the Springfield Tigers, with the exception of one little detail. While a 9-1 record looked great on paper, there was no playoff berth awaiting at the end of the run. This season, the Tigers set out to change ...

Lakeview, Niles close with league wins

≤ LAKEVIEW 15, JEFFERSON 6: JEFFERSON — The Bulldogs rallied from a 6-0, fourth-quarter deficit to earn its first win in the Northeast-8 conference. Liam Boivin had a 7-yard pass from Stephen Pavlansky with 59 seconds left. Brandon Kilpatrick’s point after gave Lakeview (2-8, 1-6 NE-8) ...

High School Football Scoreboard

Friday’s scores AREA GAMES Non-conference ¯ Warren G. Harding 28, Howland 6 ¯ Austintown Fitch 27, Cardinal Mooney 14 ¯ Canfield 30, Boardman 14 ¯ Beaver Local 44, Liberty 22 ¯ Akron SVSM 27, Ursuline 7 ¯ Grand Valley 21, Fairport Harbor 6 Northeast-8 Conference ¯ ...

Great season ends

UNIONTOWN — The Newton Falls Tigers volleyball team has had hitters like Gabby Kline and Izzy Kline over the past few years. Those teams had undefeated seasons and played for district titles. But it wasn’t until this season when they moved down to Division IV that they were able to play ...

Playoff berths on the line tonight

For six area teams, the final week of the regular season serves as a final tune-up for the playoffs. For at least 11 other area teams, what happens in week 10 will decide their postseason fate. Poland, Garfield, Springfield, John F. Kennedy, McDonald and Southern Local have already earned a ...