Paul Breinz and Nick Crawford each notched TD runs for Canfield.
Austintown Fitch had no problem with East Friday, cruising to a 38-7 win.
The Irish has posted a 4-1 mark against Harding since 2007.
Jourdan Townsend scored two touchdowns in the final two minutes.
The Raiders’ Peyton Remish notched a 14-yard TD run for a 6-0 lead.
Poland dominated Edgewood, 63-0, on Friday.
The Cardinal Mooney senior is a three-year captain, and All-State volleyball player, plus carries a 4.1 GPA.
Tony Crish’s notched three touchdown runs and 89 rush yards.
Jack Cappabianca scored on a 9-yard run.
In a shootout, McDonald defeated Springfield 44-31 on Friday.
Anthony Fire hauled in a 72-yard TD pass for a 7-0 Cardinals lead.
Howland’s William Hines fell on a bad Hubbard snap in the end zone for a 7-0 Tigers lead.
Canfield had the lead at the half but saw it slip away against Ontario Saturday night.
Valley Christian got their 2nd win of the season Saturday night as they topped Cochranton 21-6.
Logan Bell connected with Seth Stokes for three TD passes.
Beaver Local cruised past East Liverpool, 43-12, on Friday.
Josh Thomason scored on a 63-yard TD run.
Dra Rushton ran for 142 yards and three TDs to pace the Leopards.
Timmy Cayson scored first, while Kent Wolford followed with a quarterback keeper.
A Canfield TD was set up by a 45-yard Matt Zaremski catch from Fiorenza.
Trailing 21-0, Struthers’ Nick Adams took a Canfield kickoff 99-yards for a touchdown to cut into the Cardinals lead.
Howland Golfer Conner Tamarkin recorded a hole-in-one in a match against Boardman on Wednesday afternoon.
Youngstown fighter Alejandro “Popo” Salinas will be part of a nationally televised bout on Fox Sports on Tuesday September 26.
Hubbard held off Austintown Fitch 1-0 in boys’ high school soccer action Tuesday night.
Maria Pelini and Autumn DeSantis led the charge for the Cardinals, who won in four sets Tuesday.
A total of eleven local high school football teams would qualify if the playoffs began today.
Struthers and Canfield each are seeking their first 5-0 start in over a decade.
Canfield remains at #6 in the latest OSSCA girls soccer state poll released on Monday.
Lakeview has moved up one spot to #4 in the latest OSSCA boys state soccer poll which was released on Monday.
The ‘Hounds and the Blue Devils are each 3-0.