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CANFIELD, OH-  South Range Raiders’ junior tight end, Heath Crouse, opened up about his experience playing for the esteemed high school football team and the impact of having a successful older brother, JD Crouse, who also excelled in the same position.

Crouse humbly expressed his admiration for his brother, stating that being in JD’s shadow is an honor as he has been an invaluable mentor and role model. He credits JD for helping him improve as a player and as a person. The tight-knit Crouse family has instilled in him a sense of greatness and the drive to always give his best, whether on the field or in his daily life.

The interview also highlighted Heath Crouse’s dedication to his craft. He emphasized the importance of hitting the weight room, improving his footwork and hand-eye coordination, and always pushing himself to the limit. Taking inspiration from his brother’s work ethic, Crouse aims to surpass JD’s accomplishments, continually striving to be better.

When asked about the differences between him and his brother on the field, Crouse acknowledged JD’s superior catching ability but emphasized his own strengths in terms of footwork. Additionally, Heath claimed to have better academic grades, while JD’s humor and storytelling skills took the crown.

The South Range Raider expressed his gratitude for the close-knit community and the strong bonds formed within the team. He attributes their success to the chemistry they share, branding it as a key factor that sets them apart.

Off the field, Heath looks up to his parents and JD as his role models. Their unwavering support and guidance have shaped him into the person he is today. Among his parents’ and brother’s qualities, he admires their knowledge and their ability to push him to become a better individual.

Heath Crouse also delved into his personal life, revealing his interest in cooking. He mentioned that being more like his father in terms of his strong work ethic, and his mother in terms of culinary skills, has played a significant role in shaping his character.

The YSN podcast interview provided insight into the life of Heath Crouse and shed light on his journey as a South Range Raider. With his dedication and the support of his family, teammates, and community, Heath Crouse is poised for continued success on the football field and beyond.





Both  Creekside and Youngstown Eaglewear had their offenses going on Thursday, but Creekside eventually prevailed 11-6.

 Creekside opened up scoring in the first inning.  Creekside Fitness 14U scored one run when Tyler Mikulin tripled.

Creekside notched five runs in the third inning.  Creekside put the pressure on, lead by singles by Tj Richey and Drew Miller, a sac fly by Tyson Tarajack, and a double by Mikulin.

Alex Stowe earned the win for   Creekside. He surrendered one run on two hits over two innings, striking out one and walking zero.  Miller and Dylan Sheeley entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.

Nathan May took the loss for Eaglewear. He allowed three hits and two runs over one and one-third innings, walking one.

Creekside totaled 15 hits.  Aiden Dominguez, Richey, Andrew Brian, Mikulin, and Tarajack each racked up multiple hits for   Creekside Fitness 14U.  Tarajack, Mikulin, Brian, Richey, and Dominguez all had two hits to lead.

Avery Maley led Eaglewear with two hits in four at bats.

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Wednesday was a long day for the Avalanche 14u team,bfalling to   Creekside 10-2.

The Avalanche got things started in the first inning.  Mark Cattron singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

  Creekside pulled away for good with three runs in the second inning.  Aiden Dominguez was hit by a pitch, driving in a run and Tyson Tarajack drew a walk, scoring one run.

  Creekside scored four runs in the fourth inning.  Offense in the inning was led by Tarajack, Tyler Mikulin, and Alex Stowe, who each had RBIs.

Mikulin was the winning pitcher for   Creekside. He went two innings, allowing one run on three hits and striking out two.  Jacob Werner and Tj Richey entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.

Chandler Maurice took the loss for the Avalanche. He lasted one and two-thirds innings, allowing one hit and two runs while striking out one.

Zac Lanschak, David Moyer, Cattron, and Maurice each collected one hit to lead the Avalanche.

  Creekside totaled seven hits.  Donovan Bell-sullivan and Mikulin each had multiple hits.

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