The Poland boys soccer team defeated top seeded Cardinal Mooney, 3-1 in the Division II District Championship Saturday.
Saturday was the 5th annual Give a Coat program at the Salvation Army in Youngstown.
The school has been promoting Stay Above the Influence all week.
Don’t worry. It is all for a good cause.
The South Range boys soccer team defeated Ursuline, 2-1 to capture their second straight Division III District Title Saturday.
Saadey accounted for a pair of touchdowns in the win for the Cardinals.
The Crestview Rebels scored 26 unanswered points to defeat United Friday night.
Grove City registers win #1 for coach Sam Mowrey.
Hickory improves to 7-2 following their win over Titusville tonight.
Mathews will welcome Pymatuning Valley next week for the NEC Championship.
The Falcons will host Cardinal Mooney on Friday
Greenville held off a Sharon rally to post their 8th win of the year.
Hubbard posts another 40-point performance.
Undefeated McDonald awaits the Tigers in week 10.
Halloween costume giveaways will be held in Salem and Wellsville this weekend.
Liberty won a share of the division tonight. Next week, the outright title is on the line (against Lakeview).
Mercer’s high powered offense could not get it going against Farrell’s stingy defense.
Dan York’s bunch clinches a share of the Region 1 championship.
Brookfield improves to 5-4 following their win over Youngstown Christian.
Joey Stubbs led Western Reserve with 4 touchdowns on 5 carries.
Lucas Hitchcock threw for 4 TDs for Jefferson.
East Palestine notches their fourth win of the year.
Jacob Ryser crossed the goal line four times en route to Girard’s 7th win.
McDonald’s Jake Reckard and Caleb Dimery scored multiple touchdowns in the second quarter.
The Cardinals improves to 5-3 on the season.
Poland followed up a scoreless first quarter with four Dom Petrony touchdown passes.
Second-graders gave a presentation on Christopher Columbus and the seven continents.
Sharpsville’s Greg Popatak scored three touchdown runs on plays out of the wildcat formation.
Police arrested Robert Norris Friday outside of Pine Hollow Village Mobile Home Park in Hermitage.
George Rafidi was indicted on charges that he assaulted a federal officer.