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3 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
St. Vincent-St. Mary senior linebacker Dante Booker Jr. was named Ohio's Mr. Football for the 2013 season on Wednesday night.
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In clinching its third straight trip to a state championship game, the Kirtland football team continued what's been a torrid run over the past four seasons.
11 hrs ago | Hudson Hub-Times
The Hudson field hockey team was in the middle of a long winning streak and she was tirelessly planning for the upcoming postseason tournament.
Genoa's Tim Spiess envisions the program giving out season awards named after players he's coached.
From the 1960s through the 1990s, Cincinnati produced major league baseball talent on par with Texas, California and Florida.
The Reds' 2014 Hall of Fame is brought to you by Cincinnati's long Knothole tradition and strong high school programs.
Monday was the deadline for Ohio High School Athletic Association member schools to submit petitions for 2014 referendum items, which would be voted on in May. But no petitions were submitted.
While you were enjoying your Thanksgiving leftovers this weekend, the high school boys basketball season got underway.
The "room" is filled with activity as wrestling teams are ready to hit the mats.
In Division I, Moeller quarterback Gus Ragland was named offensive player of the year, while his teammates Sam Hubbard and Chalmer Frueauf were named to the defensive first team.
The sting of Friday's double-overtime loss in the Division II state semifinals hasn't left the thoughts of Zanesville's football team.
Dustin Sietz has spent much of this football season quietly making contributions on defense for his Clinton-Massie team that is now one win away from a second straight Division IV state title.
Wrestlers in the Eastern Hills Journal coverage area begin the season with growing numbers and high hopes for a trip to state come February.
Glenville football player Erick Smith is along about a dozen guests who will be at Harry Buffalo in Painesville tonight at 6 p.m. to tape a show previewing this week's state championship game.
Deven Taylor and Celeb Stockmaster were unbeaten to win their weight classes as Margaretta's wrestling team finished the Edison Invitational tied for fourth.
The B-C-S Board of Education's Nov. 19 meeting honored the achievements of the Lady Rockets soccer team.