The Blue Devils return to the District Final for the fifth straight year following tonight’s win.
Marlington enjoyed success which they haven’t seen in some time last year. Can they improve upon that this season?
A deep run may be in store for the Lisbon basketball program in 2016.
Last year, Lowellville won their first league title since 1975.
Aaron Blatch steps in for George Whittaker as the Indians’ head basketball coach.
Jeff Hammond takes over the Leetonia program this winter.
Maplewood will be without Nate Spitler and Dan Denman this season but welcome back a young and exciting bunch.
Bristol will be led by Alex Jones into the upcoming season.
Tommy Hall is back for his senior season after averaging 15 points per game last winter.
Coach Mark Mollohan saw success at each level last year – varsity and junior varsity. The Mustangs appear to be on the rise once again.
Coach Chris Mott’s lineup will look different but 6’3 senior Garrett Kellogg is back in the mix for the Braves.
The Boardman senior is a two sport standout in volleyball and basketball and ranks first in her class with a 4.0 GPA.
Howland standout athletes Tommy Carnifax, Hannah Kowach, and Craig Lewis all signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday.
The Rockets topped the Penguins 100-78 Wednesday night at Beeghly Center.
Fitch returns a lot of talent led by Anthony Pangio, who averaged nearly a double-double.
Luciano Romeo returns after scoring 10 points per game for Howland.
In Harding’s first season in the All-American Conference, the Raiders shared the league title. How will they perform in year two?
Gannon Murray is back as Boardman appears to be ready to make a move up the All-American landscape.
2015-16 Canfield Cardinals’ Boys Basketball Preview Head Coach: Todd Muckleroy, 6th season at Canfield (137-89 overall) Record: 16-9 (6-6), …
The Eagles take on the 3-time State Champions Friday in Twinsburg.
The Penguins improved to 2-0 following a 71-54 win over the Purple Eagles.
Youngstown Phantoms forward Chase Pearson has been selected to the United States team for the World Junior A Challenge
Campbell lost a ton in the team’s production from last year but hopes are still high at Memorial High School.
JFK has a lot to replace but the Eagles have a talented group in the mix.
Sam Hitchcock returns for coach French’s team which won their first 19 games last year.
Under first-year head coach Justin Townsend, the Eagles will look to improve upon last year’s post-season win over Mooney.
It should be an exciting winter in Salem with D.J. Pullie leading the Quakers into 2016.
Randy Montgomery has had a successful past. He’ll hope to bring that to West Branch this winter.
Last year, Louisville perfected the Northeastern Buckeye Conference schedule. This year, coach Siegfried’s group will try to duplicate that …
Coach Shawn Green enters his second season as the Lions expect to be in the hunt this winter.