The first full weekend of high school football is in the books, and what a weekend it was. Starting Thursday night, all the way through Satu…
The Penguins will host Duquesne Saturday at 4PM at Stambaugh Stadium.
IMHOTEP's D.J. Moore hauled in four touchdown passes for the Panthers in the win.
Hubbard and Lakeview opened their season Friday night.
The Tigers and the Warrors faced off in the season opener for both teams.
Saadey tossed for 133 yards and a touchdown. He also rushed for 63 rushed in the loss to IMHOTEP
Harrington finished with three touchdowns in a win over Warren Harding.
McDonald had little trouble topping host East Palestine 59-20 on Friday night.
Crestview continues nonconference dominance after close victory over Beaver Local.
Playing without their three offensive weapons from a year ago, Jackson-Milton shut out Southington on the road.
Carrollton's spread look accounted for 44 points as the Warriors topped the home standing Potters.
Chris Mathews scores three times as LaBrae wins their opener for the second straight year.
Mathews will travel to East Palestine next week.
Mike Ward's bunch had a strong performance running the football and stopping the Hornets' offensive attack.
Louisville scored the game's final 24 points to secure a road victory at Canfield.
Farrell scored the most points they've had in four seasons tonight in their win over East.
Grove City heads to Corry for their next game.
Lakeview opens their 2014 season with a big win over Youngsville 46-0.
Senior running back Joe Alessi led the Raiders to a 41-21 win.
The 3-time defending district champs opened the season with a strong defensive effort against the Colonels.
The Big Reds move to 1-0 on the season.
The Tigers will look to pick up their second win on the young season next week when they travel to Youngstown Christian.
Putting 2013 in the rearview mirror, Howland rolls in season opener 35-13 over Akron Kenmore.
Boardman will look to get on track in week 2 when they travel to take on Cardinal Mooney.
Austintown Fitch and Warren Harding opened their high school football seasons Friday, Aug. 29.