2015 was a disappointing year for the Indians, going just 2-8.
Gabriel Mejia scored two runs to help the Scrappers defeat Williamsport, 2-1 Tuesday.
The Vikings made it to Week 12 last year and won their first playoff game since 1983.
Culver racked up a total of 22 college offers, but said it came down to Florida, Connecticut, Kansas, and West Virginia.
Last season the Lakeview Bulldogs won four of their last five regular season games to get back to the postseason.
The Warriors were a perfect 6-0 in the Blue Tier and won a playoff game.
The Scrappers offense had their issues against Williamsport Sunday, getting shutout in a rain shortened game.
The Red Devils appear to be moving in the right direction as they could become a team to be reckoned with come October.
Newton Falls has fallen in each of their last 19 tries.
Joe Charboneau and Kevin Rhomberg were among the names on hand at Eastwood Field Saturday.
The Eagles graduated a lot of talent from last season, but still remain optimistic for 2016.
The Wildcats return 17 starters, headlined by senior quarterback A.J. Musolino.
Head coach Jerron Jenkins takes over a program with 80 kids out.
The Red Dragons return an experienced group with 20 seniors.
The Cardinals will look to defend their All American Conference title from last season.
First year head coach Ryan Williams tries to lead the Bulldogs to their 9th straight playoff appearance.
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers capped off their home stand in grand fashion with a thrilling 6-3 win over Connecticut Tuesday night.
The Raiders are loaded with skill, headlined star quarterback Lynn Bowden.
Howland is going for their first postseason trip since 2012.
The Scrappers grabbed their fifth-straight series win on Monday as Mahoning Valley swept a doubleheader against Connecticut.
The Boardman Spartans made the playoffs last year for the first time since 2011.
The Falcons have been to the postseason four straight seasons.
33 Sports will have complete preseason coverage of 55 teams in the viewing area leading up to opening night on Thursday August 25th.
The Canfield boys 12-and-under All-Star Team as it lost to Hamilton 11-0 at the Ohio State Tournament at the Fields of Dreams in Boardman.
With the victory Saturday, the Scrappers have now won four straight series after starting the season 0-8 in their first eight series played.
Jake Giuriceo and Anthony Taylor also pick up wins outside the Covelli Centre Saturday.
The Scrappers pounded out a season high 18 hits on their way to a 14-7 win over the Lowell Spinners.
Salinas (5-1, 5 KO’s) will face off with Devonte Allen (8-2-1), with an Ohio State Super Featherweight Title on the line.
Campbell native Jake Giuriceo will make his 13th appearance this Saturday night when he takes to ring on our live boxing show, “Championship…
Williams, who will be a senior this year, had 977 all-purpose yards with 9 total touchdowns in his junior season.