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Roush, Scullion place at Akron AKRON — A pair of former area standouts raced to high finishes at the Akron Half Marathon on Saturday. Ryan Roush, 23, who starred at South Range High School and Malone University, finished third out of more than 3,000 runners. He completed the 13.1-mile ...

Ohio State outruns UNLV’s Rebels

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COLUMBUS (AP) — For all the criticism he has endured, J.T. Barrett keeps making his mark on the Ohio State record books. The Ohio State quarterback threw touchdown passes to five different receivers in the first half before giving way to the mop-crew on the way to a 54-21 rout of Nevada-Las ...

West Branch’s boys and girls sweep Mooney

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BELOIT—The West Branch boys soccer team knocked off Cardinal Mooney 2-1 on Saturday. For the Warriors, David Sutton scored two goals. Griff Lough and Ian Yarwood each had an assist. Jarod Butler had five saves in goal for the Warriors. Luiz Caloffi scored Cardinal Mooney’s lone goal ...

Rebels blanked by Shaw

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CLEVELAND—Crestview was bit by the turnover bug. The Rebels gave the ball away seven times and East Cleveland Shaw was happy to take advantage in a 21-0 win on Saturday at Shaw Stadium. Crestview (2-3) was plagued by six interceptions and a fumble. Dayshawn Murphy had three picks for ...

Mount Union rips Baldwin Wallace

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ALLLIANCE — A pair of Mount Union running backs went over 100 yards on the ground as the No. 2 ranked Purple Raiders beat Baldwin Wallace 55-7 in an Ohio Athletic Conference game Saturday at Mount Union Stadium. Freshman Josh Petruccelli made his first career start at running back for Mount ...

Frase takes top spot in Lordstown

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LORDSTOWN — United’s Daniel Frase is racing toward the top. Frase took second out of 68 finishers in the boys race at the 18th annual Lordstown “Jean Smith” Invitational on Saturday. He completed the 3.1-mile course at Lordstown Township Park in 17 minutes, 42 seconds. United’s ...

Wildcats pounce on Quakers

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SALEM — The top two defensive teams in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference collided Friday night when Salem met Canton South in a battle of unbeatens at Reilly Stadium. So what happened? An offensive shootout, of course. Salem, which had yielded just 57 points in its first four games ...

Lisbon powers through Southern

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SALINEVILLE—Lisbon’s Josh Bell had a big night through the air on Friday. “The line was executing great,” Bell said, “The backs executed great by blocking well, and Seth Stokes came up with some really big catches.” A strong fourth quarter showing helped Lisbon defeat Southern ...

Clippers ready to compete in EOAC

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COLUMBIANA — The Columbiana Clippers utilized a balanced rushing and passing attack to pound the United Eagles Friday night at Firestone Park 34-14. The victory improves the surging Clippers to 3-2 on the season, and more importantly, to 2-0 in the EOAC. The Clippers set the tone for the ...

Red Knights run over Leetonia

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LEETONIA — The Toronto Red Kights have displayed a high powered offense led by junior quarterback Nate Karaffa all season, and Friday night was no exception as the Red Knight picked up a 40-7 victory on the road against the Leetonia Bears. “We looked real good,” Toronto coach Eric Meek ...

South Range survives to move record to 5-0

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GREENFORD — Peyton Remish ran for three touchdowns in the final 8 minutes of the second quarter to lift state-ranked South Range over Brookfield, 27-20, Friday. The Raiders, ranked second in the Division V state poll, improve to 5-0 heading into next Friday’s game at ...

Warriors rip Lions

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BELOIT—The West Branch football team rolled over Minerva 31-7 Friday. The Warriors improve to 2-3 overall and 1-1 in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference. Minerva loses its 25th straight game and falls to 0-5, 0-2. Quarterback T.J. DeShields led the Warriors completing 23-of-37 passes ...

WEEK FIVE FOOTBALL FORECAST

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Canton South at Salem, 7 p.m. Friday WHAT’S AT STAKE: Salem (4-0) has done its part to put itself in a position to make a run at the Northeastern Buckeye Conference title and this showdown with the Wildcats (4-0) will determine if the Quakers are ready to be taken seriously as something ...

Quakers blank LaBrae

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SALEM—The Salem boys soccer team rolled past LaBrae 3-0 Thursday. Jacob Mclachlan scored two goals, while Andre Tonkinson had one. Hunter Griffith contributed an assist. Keeper Bryce Own recorded his fourth shutout in goal to go with 10 saves. The Quakers improve to 4-3-2 and will host ...

Bears will have hands full with Toronto

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LEETONIA — The Toronto football team looks to continue its winning ways this week against Leetonia. The Red Knights and Bears are set to do battle at 7 p.m. Friday night at Leetonia. “”I’m happy with our offense,” Toronto (3-1) head coach Eric Meek said. “Our offense has come a ...

Raiders top McDonald

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GIRARD—South Range bested McDonald and Ursuline in a tri-match Thursday at Mahoning Country Club. The Raiders finished with a total of 153. Overall medalist Tom Roux led the way with a 35. Ryan Turnbull and Nick Fromel each shot 39. John Popa had a 40. McDonald finished with a 164 led by ...

Crestview falls to Big Red

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STEUBENVILLE – Ryan Delelles tallied a career-high and possible school record five goals to lead the Big Red boys’ soccer team to a 5-3 victory over Crestview Thursday evening inside Harding Stadium. “I don’t know if we have had a player score five goals in a game before,” Big Red ...

Quakers still unbeaten

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ALLIANCE—The Salem girls soccer team remained unbeaten with a 3-0 win over Alliance Wednesday. Katelin Chilton led the Quakers with two goals, while Paige Bailey had one goal and one assist. Bailee Thorn had one save in goal. The Quakers are now 8-0-1 overall. The Salem jayvee team beat ...

Beaver edges Columbiana

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COLUMBIANA—The Beaver Local girls golf team slipped by Columbiana 176-182 Wednesday at Valley. Carsyn Hoppel led the Beavers with a 41, while Hayley Phillips and Bekah Kyler each posted 44s. Also for the Beavers, Reed McGeehan and McKenna Kyler each shot 47. Brooke Briggs had a ...

Rebels roll past Heartland Christian

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COLUMBIANA — MacKenzie Daub had 15 kills and three blocks to lead Crestview to a 25-20, 25-13, 25-19 win over Heartland Christian on Thursday. Crestview is 13-2. Emily Emch added eight kills and five points. Tess Neville had six kills. Haley Eskra had 25 assists, 11 points and 10 digs. For ...