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Third quarter dooms Howland in first-round loss

February 18, 2014 MASSILLON — Massillon Perry outscored Howland 26-11 in the third quarter to lead Perry to a 60-45 sectional semifinal victory in the Division I North Canton distric. more »»

Bowlers qualify for D-I districts

February 17, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — Four area teams, plus four local individuals, have advanced to the Division I, northeast district bowling tournament after sectionals were held Sunday at Mahoning Valley Lanes. more »»

Defense lifts Penguins past UIC, 59-56

February 16, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — The old adage goes that defense wins championships. Saturday, defense was the catalyst in Youngstown State’s narrow escape against the Horizon League’s last-place team, UIC, 59-56. more »»

Hornberger, YSU women break three-game skid

February 16, 2014 YOUNGSTOWN — For Liz Hornberger, it’s about simple motivation. She’d rather play than ride the bench and keep Youngstown State University coach John Barnes and his staff company during games. more »»

Standings at stake

February 16, 2014 LORDSTOWN — When the Maplewood Rockets and the Lordstown Red Devils met at Lordstown High School on Saturday night, the game had huge implications for the Northeastern Athletic Conference divisional... more »»

Deja vu strikes WGH in loss to Lorain

February 16, 2014 WARREN — It wasn’t what the Warren G. Harding Raiders needed to see. more »»

Burns at the buzzer

February 16, 2014 BELOIT — Canfield senior wrestler Curtis Burns has seen coach Dean Conley excited many times during his career, but for the life of him he couldn’t understand why the ever-enthusiastic Conley was... more »»

Wrestling roundup

February 16, 2014 Austintown places third at sectional tourney AUSTINTOWN — Austintown Fitch placed third as a team at the Division I sectional tournament and advanced five wrestlers to next week’s district tournament. more »»

WGH’s swim team has great performance at districts

February 16, 2014 CLEVELAND — Warren G. Harding swimming coach Steve Lukco has been waiting for this day since he took over five years ago. more »»

Basketball tournaments have new look

February 16, 2014 Baseball, softball and other sports do it after their regular seasons, so why not postseason basketball? This season, the Ohio High School Athletic Association is placing more emphasis on higher... more »»

Girard snags share of AAC National title

February 16, 2014 JEFFERSON — There weren’t many people who would’ve predicted that the Jefferson Falcons would be in the mix for an All-American Conference championship going into their final conference game of the... more »»

Silver lining

February 15, 2014 LIBERTY — Liberty coach Dan Bubon isn’t known for sugarcoating his team’s play, no matter the result, but following Liberty’s All-American Conference, National Division matchup with Newton Falls... more »»

No rest for JFK after loss to Trinity

February 15, 2014 WARREN — The Presidents Day break from school is normally a welcomed long weekend for students. If John . more »»

Too little, too late for LaBrae in loss

February 15, 2014 LEAVITTSBURG — Jefferson coach Steve French knew LaBrae had a run in them. Vikings coach Chad Kiser just wished it happened much soone. more »»

Surgery can't keep Leasure away from the mat

February 15, 2014 ROOTSTOWN — Ryan Leasure was just coming to after having his knee operated on when he decided it was time to make his first phone call. more »»


February 15, 2014 NILES — The Red Dragons took care of business at the free-throw line to beat Hubbard, 65-56 in an All-American Conference, American Division matchup. more »»

Howland's Sekanick likely to get at-large berth for state

February 15, 2014 CLEVELAND — Brandon Sekanick is more than likely heading back to the state swim meet. The Howland High School senior qualified for last year’s event, but barely received an at-large bert. more »»


February 15, 2014 BELOIT — Canfield enjoyed a great first day at the Division II sectional wrestling tournament. The Cardinals are in first place with 81.5 points, well in front of second-place West Branch (56). more »»

Wrestling postseason outlook

February 15, 2014 This is a in-depth analysis of the individuals from area wrestling teams who have the best shot at advancing to the state tournament, according to Tribune Chronicle sports writer Joe Simon. more »»

Maybe a first: Liberty's Leshnack scores 1,000th point

February 14, 2014 Liberty girls basketball coach Ron DeJulio called up some old friends to try and find out how many females have scored 1,000 points in the school’s history. He came up empty. more »»

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