The Blue Devils’ Jack Cappabianca ran for 205 yards and scored a total of 4 touchdowns.
McDonald’s Alex Cintron rushed for 122 yards on 8 carries.
LaBrae’s Carlton Brown scored a total of four touchdowns (2 passing, 1 rushing, 1 defensive).
Players such as Brock Watson and Alex VanWoert are poised to get the Mustangs back to the post-season.
The South Range senior holds 5 school records with over 100 career goals, while maintaining a 4.0 GPA.
Lakeview scored early and often to grab their 9th win of the season and stay unbeaten.
Junior Izzy Kline recorded 22 kills in a 3-1 over Ursuline Tuesday.
Cardinal Mooney football standout Ray Anderson has verbally committed to continue his football career at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Both the Raiders and Eagles were rated #2 in the OHSAA’s first installment of computer rankings.
Warren Harding is ranked #2 in Division II in the latest AP poll.
Two undefeated powers in the ITCL will square off in this Friday’s Game of the Week.
In addition to hockey lessons, the team is leaving behind some hockey equipment for the school to keep.
Canfield topped Austintown Fitch 5-1 Monday evening to remain unbeaten on the season.
Former boxing champions were on hand Monday to help promote an amateur event coming to the area in October.
Grand Valley grabbed a big win on the road Saturday night, topping Valley Christian
The senior running back ran for 165 yards and scored three TDs in a contest that was delayed for more than an hour.
The Tigers blanked the Irish 30-0 Saturday afternoon at Warren’s Mollenkopf Stadium.
Dra Rushton had a strong second half to put Liberty over the top.
Mathews scored a touchdown with just 1:12 left in the game to cut its deficit to one.
He ran for 224 yards on 28 carries.
The Steelers led 14-7 entering the fourth.
The Tigers trailed by 10 in the fourth quarter.
Sharpsville cut the score to 28-21 before Wilmington blew open the contest.
Lynn Bowden scored four touchdowns in the game for the Raiders.
Boardman will try to get back on the winning track against Perry in week five.
The Red Dragons take down AAC Red rival Youngstown East.
A.J. Musolino went over the 100-yard mark in both rushing and passing for Struthers.
The Eagles led 40-6 after two quarters.
The Clippers travel to Mineral Ridge next week.
Antonio Page scored two touchdowns in the second half to help the Mooney comeback.