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Niles McKinley blanks Lakeside

ASHTABULA – The Lakeside Dragons hosted the Niles McKinley Red Dragons in a recent girls soccer game. The Dragons kept the game close early on in the first half as they only trailed 1-0.

G-Men over power Lakers



GARRETTSVILLE – The Pymatuning Valley Lakers fell 56-6 to the Garfield G-Men in a recent football game. PV was down 14-6 early on in the second quarter, but Garfield went on to score six more touchdowns for the fifty point win.

Wildcats take advantage of Falcon turnovers

JEFFERSON – The Jefferson Falcons fell to the Struthers Wildcats 34-7 in a recent AAC football match-up. The Falcons turned the ball over four times in the loss as they dropped to 1-3 on the season and 1-1 in the All-American Conference White. Tier. With the win Struthers improved to 3-1 on the season and 1-1 in the AAC White.

Warriors, Falcons, Heralds fall in blow-outs

The Edgewood Warriors, Jefferson Falcons and St. John Heralds entered week three against some tough opponents. The Warriors fell to Hubbard, who improved to 3-0 on the season. Hubbard won the game 51-13. The Warriors went into the game without their biggest play-maker in Marcus Ernst. Edgewood was down 44-0 at halftime before a couple of second half touchdowns put them on the scoreboard.

Eagles fall late to Tigers

GENEVA – The Geneva Eagles fell to the visiting Warrensville Heights Tigers on Friday, Sept. 9. The Tigers won a close game 28-21 thanks in large part to a pair of fumble returns in the second half.

Mustangs out run Huskies

ORWELL – The Grand Valley Mustangs hosted the Cardinal Huskies in a recent football match-up. Grand Valley won the game 42-26 to improve to 2-1 on the season.

Warriors pick up golf win

ASHTABULA - The Edgewood Warriors boys golf team picked up a win over the visiting Hubbard Eagles.

Pirates edge Falcons


JEFFERSON – The Jefferson Falcons team fell to the visiting Perry Pirates 2-1 in a recent soccer game.

Mustangs defeat Panthers


ORWELL - The Grand Valley Mustangs girls soccer team will be coached by Nate Mailach and assisted by John Mailach and Marissa DeFrancesco.

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