Boardman featured three players who scored in double figures this evening.
YSU and Wofford both were not seeded in the top eight when the playoffs began.
Braeden O’Shaughnessy’s runner in the final five seconds sealed a 51-50 win for Poland over Warren Harding Tuesday night.
The Eagles topped the Wildcats 24-6 in the Division VII State Finals at The Horseshoe in Columbus.
The Quakers outscored East Liverpool in the second half, 50-32.
Niles topped Boardman 48-42 Monday night in girls’ high school basketball action.
The McDonald senior is an All-Conference and All-State basketball player, while leading her class with a 4.0 GPA.
Boardman rallied past Warren Harding 52-51 in dramatic fashion in the season opener for both teams.
The Penguins will host Wofford Saturday at 2PM in the FCS Quarterfinals.
The Zips topped the Penguins 76-74 in overtime Tuesday night at Beeghly Center.
The Spartans topped the Penguins 77-57 at the Breslin Center Tuesday night.
East Palestine outscored Mineral Ridge in the final quarter, 37-30.
The Raiders’ Brandon Youngs and Dan Ritter combined to score 36 tonight.
JFK defeated Minster, 24-6, in the Division VII state title game at Ohio Stadium.
YSU (10-3) advances to the FCS Playoffs quarterfinals next weekend.
The Steelers finish the season at (10-4).
The Greyhounds finish the season at 12-2 overall.
Blue Devils overcome early deficit to win, 45-43.
Toledo Central Catholic Running Back Michael Warren was named the 30th annual winner of the Ohio Associated Press Mr. Football award.
Warren JFK’s Evan Boyd, Bruce Johnson, and Justin Bofenkamp were named All-Ohio First Team in Division VII.
The Penguins edged the Colonials 75-74 Wednesday night.
The Cardinals defeated West Branch, 42-25 Wednesday.
Coach Dan Schnurrenberger posted his first win at Fitch.
All-Ohio teams were announced for Divisons III and IV Tuesday with several local products being named to the list.
Warren Harding’s Lynn Bowden was named the 2016 Trumbull County Player of the Year.
Mooney was led by Camden Hergenrother, who finished with 12 points.
Warren Harding’s Lynn Bowden was named Division II Offensive Player of the Year.
The Youngstown State football team had five student-athletes named first-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference.
Over 50 area high school football teams started the season, now just three remain with hopes of capturing state titles in the near future.
Youngstown State beat Samford, 38-24, Saturday at Stambaugh Stadium.