Champion, South Range, and Springfield remain in the top-10 in the latest high school softball coaches state poll.
McKenzie Luknis closed out the night with 6 RBIs.
Kicking off the event were Youngstown Mayor John McNally and Mahoning Valley Scrappers’ mascot, Scrappy.
The Youngstown Phantoms faced elimination yet again Saturday night, but for the second-straight game, Youngstown got the win, now forcing a …
The Clippers won, 5-3 and 17-2 Saturday, improving to 13-2 on the season.
The Cardinals used an 8-run 3rd inning to beat the Spartans, 13-4 Saturday.
The Youngstown Phantoms faced an elimination game Friday night but were able to get the win and force a Game 4 back in Youngstown Saturday n…
Caleb Quinn registered his first win of the season as Reserve gets to 12-2.
MacKenzie Daub struck out 6 and added a pair of hits for the Rebels.
Lisbon’s Autumn Oehlstrom homered twice and tripled on the evening.
The LaBrae senior is a four-year starter in three different sports, and ranks in the top 10 of her class with a 3.7 GPA.
With Youngstown City Schools re-configuring, the Cowboys will return in the coming years
Salem’s Taylor Thorpe struck out 12 in her first appearance of the season.
Marco DeFalco improves to 3-0 with 53 strikeouts on the season.
Holly Michaels finished with a homer and a double for the Red Devils.
The Golden Flashes jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning and never looked back.
Morgan Polta batted in 4 runs for the Vikings in a 14-1 win over Liberty Tuesday.
Cheyenne Titus had a double and posted the win for McDonald.
Allison Smith threw 13 strikeouts and added 4 RBI’s in a 9-2 win over Brookfield Tuesday.
Jordyn Kenneally scored both runs and picked up the win for Ursuline.
The Tigers’ Dylan McAvoy struck out 14 batters in 7 innings to register the win.
The Bulldogs improve to 7-3 overall on the season.
Behind a six-run fifth inning, Columbiana secures the victory over Reserve.
The Vikings finished with 13 hits in a 10-0 win over Warren Harding Saturday.
The Niles senior threw 10 strikeouts in a complete game effort in a 10-1 win Saturday.
The Steel topped the Phantoms 4-1 Friday night in game one of the playoff series.
Jeep DiCiccio tossed a 5-inning one-hitter to lift Reserve to 9-0.
The Blue Devils’ Colin Sweeney belted a solo homerun during their 7-5 win.
Four Kennedy Catholic standouts were named All-State in Class A.
Tyler Morris and Malakai Roberts combined for 5 hits as LaBrae shuts out Bristol.