Grove City improves to 5-0.
Raiders Jaxon Anderson hits four free throws down the stretch to help provide margin of victory
Bristol let their 4th quarter lead slip away Friday night at the hands of Windham who handed the Panthers their first loss of the year.
The Bulldogs outlasted the Cardinals for a 52-41 win Friday.
The Trojans’ Joe Batt scored 30 tonight.
Dylan Beany led Fitch with 9 of his 14 points came in the 4th quarter.
Zach Rasile led McDonald this evening with 38 points.
The Eagles’ Dakota Hill led the team with 16 points and 7 assists.
Kayla Muslovski scored 25 points with 9 steals, in Columbiana’s 64-32 win over United Thursday night.
Hickory’s Brandon Beader scored his 1,000th career point in the Hornets 99-75 win over George Junior Thursday night.
Delaney Dogan scored her 1,000th career point, as West Middlesex rolled past Greenville 61-31.
The Canfield senior is an All Conference and State Champion wrestler, plus carries a 3.9 GPA.
Alonso split last season between Oakland and Seattle, and batted .266 with a career-high 28 home runs.
Phillips played two seasons at Garden City Junior College, racking up 92 receptions for 2,100 yards with 23 touchdowns.
Poland Freshman Jackie Grisdale led all scorers with 22 points in a 52-49 win over Struthers.
The consensus three-star prospect is the younger brother of former Buckeyes’ All-American and current Indianapolis Colt Malik Hooker.
Spencer Wooley tallied 25 points to lead Canfield to a 64-58 overtime win over Boardman Tuesday night.
LaBrae is now 6-0 on the season after the Vikings got a big home win over Girard Tuesday night.
Struthers topped Newton Falls 63-50 in boys’ high school basketball action Tuesday at Struthers Fieldhouse.
United’s Kaden Smith scored a team-high 11 points in tonight’s victory.
Tigers’ John Ritter has scored 12 points or more in each of his 5 games.
Bryan Gabrielson scored 25 and added 7 rebounds to his big night.
Devontay Johnson scored 18 for the Red Devils.
Nate Beatty led the team again in scoring as the Bulldogs get to 5-1.
The Warriors stay perfect with a 55-32 win over their rivals Monday.
Terranova scores 19 to lead the Blue Jays in lopsided win
Alexis Hughes and Alyssa Serensky combined to score 21 points for the Blue Devils.
The Big Reds’ Delaney Dogan and Makennah White combined to score 46 points.
Sara Buskirk led the Lady Bulldogs in scoring with 10.
Howland sent Poland to its first loss of the season with a 51-42 win Monday night in girls’ high school basketball action.