The Howland Tigers remain undefeated after grabbing a big win on the road Tuesday night at Canfield.
South Range improves to 3-5 on the season.
Undefeated Struthers welcomes Niles on this Friday’s Game of the Week.
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers ended their 2016 home schedule Saturday night grabbing a win over State College to avoid the sweep.
The Golden Flashes defeated Niles, 9-0 Saturday.
The Bulldogs defeated Liberty in straight sets Saturday in Cortland.
The Vikings were held to just 51 total yards by the Eagle defense.
Brandon Chambers found the end zone twice in the the first half.
Colt McFadden connected on four field goals for the Bulldogs.
Peyton Remish gave the Raiders the lead early with two consecutive scores.
The Blue Devils will travel to Black River in week three.
Morales, Moorer lead the way for the Eagles rushing attack.
Crestview will travel to Alliance next week.
Struthers will face off with Niles in week three.
The Falcons head to Louisville in week three.
Liberty trailed 14-0 at halftime before rallying for 20-points in the third quarter.
Charles Carr has moved into 3rd place in scoring all-time in Mercer County.
Lynn Bowden scored a passing and punt return touchdown in the first quarter.
The Irish will travel to Akron Hoban in week three.
Sharpsville will travel to Mercer next week.
Boardman will test their undefeated record against Jackson in week three.
Golden Flash Caleb Davis’ first catch of the season was a memorable one.
Salem’s Mitch Davidson scored 4 total touchdowns in their win over United tonight.
Green displayed a balanced attack which accumulated 345 yards of total offense.
Lisbon’s Jason Thompson ran for 2 touchdowns on 9 carries.
Youngstown State used an efficient offensive performance and a smothering defense en route to a 45-10 win Duquesne on Saturday evening at St…
The Crestview senior is an All-Conference and All-State defensive end with a 3.8 GPA.
The Eagles’ sophomore finished with a game-high 28 kills in a 3-2 win Tuesday.
Boardman topped Cardinal Mooney 3-2 in high school volleyball action Monday night.
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers scored all five runs in the sixth inning to help them past West Virginia on Sunday evening.