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All-EOAC boys soccer

2017 EASTERN OHIO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE First Team Gabe Heinrich — Columbiana Kyle Bechweth — Columbiana Zach Chaffee — Columbiana Josh Welch — East Palestine Aymeric Leroy — East Palestine Austin Holley — East Palestine Tommy Kornbau — Leetonia Jonathan Logan — ...

Mount Union smothers Washington & Lee

ALLIANCE – Second-ranked Mount Union scored twice in the first quarter and held on during a rainy Saturday afternoon for a 21-0 win over Washington and Lee (Va.) in an NCAA Division III playoff opener. The Mount Union defense held a Washington & Lee offense — which is second in the ...

Raiders pick up and run to regional title

CANAL FULTON — Though the score of Friday’s Div. V, Region 17 championship game was still close as the third quarter wore on, South Range senior offensive lineman Matt Brooks began to feel more and more like this was the Raiders’ night. “As an offensive lineman, I can tell when guys ...

EASTERN OHIO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FOOTBALL ALL-STARS

First Team Jakob Cross — Columbiana Shane Moore — Columbiana Chase Franken — Columbiana Frank Rupert — Columbiana Zach Philips — Columbiana Parker Sherry — East Palestine Dominic Posey — East Palestine Vincent Delaroza — East Palestine Branden Kemp — East ...

Canfield’s season comes to an end at Reilly Stadium

SALEM — It was indeed a tale of two halves when Canfield and Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary collided in a defensive gem Friday night in a Division III regional football championship game at Salem’s Reilly Stadium. Scoring opportunities were few and far between, but SVSM managed to couple a ...

Hill gaining experience at YSU

YOUNGSTOWN—When his playing days concluded three years ago, former Crestview and Waynesburg quarterback Carter Hill found that he had no desire to leave the gridiron behind. “Growing up, my dad was always coaching me and I saw how much fun he had with it,” Hill said. “I saw the same ...

Coleman gets another chance to prove himself

BEREA — Corey Coleman has endured the pain of losing along with his Browns teammates for two months. He gets to do something to stop it this week. The speedy former first-round draft pick whose career has been slowed by twice breaking his right hand, will return to Cleveland’s lineup on ...

Raiders to face three 1,000-yard rushers

GREENFORD—In the run-up to last week’s second-round playoff game with Akron Manchester, there was little secret that the South Range football team’s main mission was containing standout sophomore running back Ethan Wright. This week’s Division V Region 17 championship game against ...

ALL-EASTERN DISTRICT FOOTBALL

2017 Eastern District Football All-Stars Division III First Team Offense Quarterbacks: Andrew Newsom, Dresden Tri-Valley, 5-10, 154, sr.; Baron May, New Philadelphia, 6-0, 175, so.; Alec Sayre, Dover, 6-0, 210, jr. Running Backs: Kye Crowthers, New Philadelphia, 5-11, 170, sr.; Caine ...

Raiders small and mighty up front

GREENFORD — Just by glancing at the roster, the South Range offensive and defensive linemen don’t jump out as a particularly imposing bunch. With the exception of Matt Brooks and Tyler Dolak, most of them range between 200 and 220 pounds. Once the Raiders take the field, though, it ...

Roush tops field at USATF event

COLUMBIANA — There was a new cross country meet at Columbiana High School with some familiar faces. Former South Range High School All-Ohioan and Malone University All-American Ryan Roush topped the field on a chilly Saturday morning at the United States Track and Field’s Lake Erie ...

NBC SOCCER HONORS

NBC GIRLS SOCCER League Champions—West Branch Player of the Year—Maddie Berkebile—Louisville Coach of the Year—Cherl Ficco—West Branch First Team Kaleigh Richmond Alliance Sophia Sessions Canton South Riley Knotts Carrollton Maddie Berkebile Louisville Hannah ...

Remish leads pack of All-District selections

CANTON — The South Range football team’s season may be far from over, but the Raiders are already piling up some honors. The Raiders, who are preparing for a Division V regional final, had four first-team selections on the 2017 Northeast Inland All-District football team released ...

NORTHEAST INLAND ALL-DISTRICT FOOTBALL

The Northeast Inland All-District high school football teams, selected by a media panel from the district: DIVISION I First Team Offense Ends—Brandon O’Quinn, Massillon Jackson, 5-foot-10, 160 pounds, senior; Prayer Wise, Canton McKinley, 5-7, 144, sr. Linemen—Luke Dye, Massillon ...

Range heads to Northwest, Salem to host

The South Range football juggernaut is headed to a Division V regional final. A day after dispatching Akron Manchester for the second time this season, the Raiders (12-0) learned that they will be facing Sullivan Black River (10-2) at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Canal Fulton Northwest High ...

Area produces three All-Ohioans

Crestview’s MacKenzie Daub, Southern Local’s Lizzie Willis and United Local’s Camryn Jarrett were all named Ohio High School Volleyball Coaches Association All-Ohioans for their outstanding performances this season. Daub, a senior, was named to the second team in Div. III. She led the ...

4PREP FOOTBALL — PAIRINGS

2017 OHSAA Football Playoffs – Regional Finals Pairings Pairings are shown with seeds and current records. First team listed is the home team. All games played on Friday Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m. Division I – Games at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17 Region 1: 1 Cle. St. Ignatius ...

Big Red, Mooney give Salem a show

SALEM — Big Red will play for a fifth consecutive regional championship thanks a second quarter point explosion and a huge final period defensive spot. Steubenville, now 12-0 and the No. 1 seed in Division IV, Region 13, spotted Youngstown Cardinal Mooney a 7-0 lead Friday, then reeled off ...

Raiders book spot in regional final

LOUISVILLE —The South Range football team needed a dramatic comeback to beat Akron Manchester in their meeting in the third week of the season. The Raiders needed no such heroics the second time around. Keyed by a swarming defense and a punishing ground game, top-seeded South Range ...

Raiders, Panthers should give fans a thrill

GREENFORD—When South Range defeated Akron Manchester 42-36 in the third week of the season, the two teams were nearly dead-even statistically except for one very important aspect. Both squads scored the same number of touchdowns, but the Panthers (thanks to an uncertain kicking game) went ...