By RALPH COX
WEIRTON, W.Va. — Weir High took a big step toward securing their third straight playoff appearance Friday night with a convincing 41-6 victory over East Liverpool inside Jimmy Carey Stadium.
The Red Riders (6-3) went into the game ranked 18th and have ...
BY DAN SANTARELLI
CALCUTTA — Beaver Local and Martins Ferry both came into to Friday night’s contest looking to make a statement as the playoff hunt heats up, but Martins Ferry made its case with a 41-0 win over the Beavers.
Both teams entered the game in ninth place in ...
By LOWELL SPENCER
COLUMBIANA—Trap games are so, so dangerous. Just ask Columbiana Clipper head football coach Bob Spaite.
His Clippers scored with only 1:01 remaining in the game to pull out a 22-18 nail bitter over the Southern Indians Friday.
The victory sets ...
BERKLEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Oak Glen’s boys and girls competed in the West Virginia Class AA-A Region No. 1 cross country meet on Thursday at Warm Springs Middle School.
Oak Glen’s Nathan Atkinson had a strong finish wth a 17th place showing in the boys race (18:10). Also for Oak Glen, ...
LEETONIA—It was the Derrick Suggs and Roman Ferry show in Wellsville’s 42-35 win over Leetonia on Friday night in an Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference encounter.
Suggs rushed for 328 yards on 33 carries and had four touchdowns to carry the Tigers (2-7, 1-5) to their first league win of ...
BY DAN SANTARELLI
EAST LIVERPOOL—The second-seeded East Liverpool Potters started tournament play with a 25-7, 25-10, 25-15 win over 19th-seeded Zanesville in a Div. II sectional final on Thursday night.
East Liverpool is now 21-2 on the season and advance to take on ...
East Liverpool at Weir, 7 p.m. Friday
WHAT’S AT STAKE: Weir High (5-3) hasn’t been healthy for most of the year and it’s possible that the Red Riders will have quarterback Tyler Komorowski back from a knee injury against the Potters (3-5). Weir is sitting on the outside looking in at ...
WEIRTON — The Weir High football team heads into the ninth game of the season with coach Tony Filberto and his staff possibly having to make more decisions than they do in a normal preparation for an opponent.
The Red Riders head into the home stretch with a must win situation against ...
CALCUTTA—Third-seeded Beaver Local downed 14h-seeded Cambridge 25-21, 26-24, 28-26 in a Div. II volleyball sectional final Thursday.
For the Beavers, Morgan Bouscher had four kills. Megan Buchheit had two aces, four kills, 16 assists and 13 points. Abbey Jackson had six kills. Madi Kendall ...
Big Mountain Conference Championship
Oak Glen vs. Beaver Local
7th Grade: Oak Glen won 25-18, 25-21 on Wednesday night. Oak Glen: Olivia Munoz 12 points. Sydney Smith 11 points. Alexus Greenlief seven points.
Next: Oak Glen vs. Wellsburg at Edison, 5:30 p.m. Monday