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Mooney rallies to spoil Chaney’s return

Zyere Rodgers spoiled the party, carrying Cardinal Mooney to a 13-6 win at Rayen Stadium.

Niles scores twice late to beat Howland

Travis Molnar scored twice and finished with 115 yards on 25 carries.

Two lost touchdowns costly for Western Reserve

Western Reserve had two TDs called back on penalties.

Ferry, Leetonia bides its time against Sebring

With fresh legs, Marco Ferry gave Leetonia some relief.


FOOTBALL THURSDAY’S SUMMARIES Cardinal Mooney 13, Chaney 0 Cardinal Mooney03010—13

Transfer game helps Clippers retool offense

Bob Spaite would prefer that high school football was still played by the geographical rules of the game

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Poland looking to build strengths, improve this season

Poland's Jake Rutana(32)reacts after scoring during 9-28-18 action at Poland.

Howland looks to improve with more experience

The Tigers are getting new turf at Richard Lombardo Stadium.

McDonald looking at season of transition

Ten of the 12 graduating seniors were three-year starters, leaving the cupboard extremely bare in terms of varsity experience.

Crestview youth to take charge in first AAC season

Rebels’ independent days are over

Seniors to show way for Blue Jays

Jackson-Milton seeks return to the postseason.

Records: Hazing at camp included sexual assault

Eleven Cleveland-area high school football players were victims of hazing at a camp in June, including four who were sexually assaulted by teammates, court records show.

Brookfield football team returns 19 starters

Coach Randy Clark is cautiously optimistic about the Warriors.

Struthers to model play on the Belichick way

Struthers got the big name and now the Wildcats have to live up to it.

Passing fancy: Lowellville could spread the field

Former Struthers, Wooster QB Gary Muntean is now a Rockets assistant coach.

Springfield eyes playoffs going 9-1 last season

The Tigers are a combined 26-7 over the last three years.

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Valley Christian returns some size and speed

Warren Harris, left, and Tyrone Lindsey are expected to be among several key players for the Valley Christian football team this fall.