Ursuline’s Mark Hughes and Maplewood’s Nate Spitler were named to All-Ohio First Team.
Keene was sixth in the Horizon League averaging 15.6 points per game last season.
West Middlesex Senior Trey Staunch was named Starting Five Player of the Year after averaging 24 points and 12 rebounds per game.
This year’s Starting Five is headlined by a record-setting 2,000+ point scorer in PA.
Over the past seven years we’ve highlighted some of the area’s best players with our Starting Five award.
Kristy Eckman nearly averaged 9 rebounds a game this past season.
Howland returns a solid pitching staff that will look to improve on last year’s numbers.
Coach Matt Newshulz takes over the baseball program as he seeks to see improvement throughout the 2015 season.
Graham Mincher led the team in scoring with a 20.4 average during their undefeated regular season.
West Branch’s Melinda Trimmer was named the 2015 Girls’ Starting Five Player of the Year.
All-Ohio honors in Divisions I & II were released Monday.
Chase Hilliard led the Beavers in scoring (17.6), rebounding (9.5) and assists (3.6) during the 2014-15 season.
The Youngstown Phantoms won their 16th-straight game Sunday afternoon setting a new USHL Tier-1 record.
Reynolds finished second in the Region with a 9-3 mark.
Ursuline fell again to state power VASJ in the Regional Final, ending the Irish’s season.
Junior Troy Holden accumulated a 14 point average this season.
Newton Falls finished the season with a 16-8 mark.
The Steelers fell to the Generals, 85-53 in the Class A State Championship Friday.
Toledo Rogers opened the game on an 11-0 run and never looked back.
The Bulldogs fell to Akron St. Vincent St. Mary, 67-44 in the Division II Regional Semifinals Thursday at the Canton Civic Center.
The Penguins end the season with a record of 21-11.
The Harding swimmer holds four school records while carrying a 4.2 GPA.
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The Irish will face perennial state power Villa Angela-St. Joe’s in the Regional Finals Saturday at 7PM at the Canton Fieldhouse.
New Castle posted a 22-6 record this season.
The former Leopard has eight career interceptions in six seasons with the Rams and Eagles.
The Under-14 team are heading to the National Tournament for the first time ever.
Warren JFK gave St. Thomas Aquinas all they could handle, but fell short at the end in the Division IV Regional Semifinals
The Steelers advance to the State Finals for the first time since 1972.
The Big Reds fell Aliquippa, 72-48 Tuesday in the Class AA Western Final.