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NEW MIDDLETOWN, OH-  In a fiercely contested matchup between two powerhouse teams, the Springfield Tigers emerged victorious over the McDonald Blue Devils, clinching a share of the MVAC Scarlet division championship in a nail-biting 46-43 win.

From the opening tip-off, both teams showcased their determination to claim victory and secure their place at the top of the division standings. The intensity was palpable as the Tigers and Blue Devils battled relentlessly throughout the game, leaving spectators on the edge of their seats until the final buzzer sounded.

Leading the charge for the Springfield Tigers was Aidan Appel, whose stellar performance propelled his team to victory. Appel showcased his versatility and skill on both ends of the court, tallying an impressive 13 points while also contributing 5 steals and 3 assists. His leadership and tenacity set the tone for the Tigers’ resilient effort against a formidable opponent.

Joining Appel in the Tigers’ offensive onslaught was Carson Cunningham, who delivered a strong performance with 9 points and 3 rebounds. Cunningham’s contributions were instrumental in providing the Tigers with much-needed offensive firepower throughout the contest.

Dylan Sheely emerged as a force to be reckoned with once again, making significant contributions on both ends of the floor. Sheely’s dynamic play resulted in 8 crucial points, while his defensive prowess was evident with 5 steals and 3 assists, further solidifying his impact on the game.

Additionally, Sean Guerriero showcased his all-around skillset, contributing 6 points, 3 assists, and 4 rebounds to the Tigers’ winning effort. Guerriero’s contributions on both ends of the court played a pivotal role in securing the victory and clinching a share of the division championship.

Despite a valiant effort from the McDonald Blue Devils, led by Drew Zajach with 15 points and Joey Cappuzzello with 11, the Tigers’ relentless determination and cohesive teamwork ultimately proved decisive in securing the crucial victory.

With this hard-fought win, the Springfield Local High School Tigers etched their name into the annals of MVAC Scarlet division history, securing a share of the championship and cementing their status as one of the top teams in the conference. As they celebrate this momentous achievement, the Tigers look ahead with optimism and determination, eager to continue their success as they set their sights on even greater accomplishments in the postseason and beyond.


NEW MIDDLETOWN, OH – Coming off another impressive win, this time over the McDonald Blue Devils, 28-7, the Springfield Tigers have improved to 7-2 on the season and 5-0 in the MVAC. The Tigers, one win away from another conference title will take on the Lowellville Rockets in week 10 on Friday night. Once that contest is final, the Tigers will know exactly where they sit in the post season picture. Currently Springfield is the fourth seed in the Division VII, Region 25 district. If that ranking stays true, they will be in line to host a first round playoff game.

YSN’s own, Steve Leslie, was able to sit down with senior stars, Dylan Sheely and Conner Sugar, this week at the Tiger’s Table to talk about their regular season and how everything played out since the last time they were on, what the outlook is for this week against Lowellville, what the boys feel can be accomplished as post season play begins next week, and so much more!

Check out this very special dual player profiles with Springfield Tigers star senior football players, Dylan Sheely and Conner Sugar!





NEW MIDDLETOWN, OH – It’s week six and the Springfield Tigers look like they are hitting their stride. They have put up one hundred and twenty-seven points over the last two weeks. And while the running game has been a big component that teams can’t overlook the passing threat this team poses. And that’s made possible in part thanks to the big play threat of senior Dylan Sheely. Sheely plays wide receiver and cornerback for the Tigers. Sheely’s ability to get open in tight coverage alongside of his explosive speed makes him a favorite target in the passing game. He also has been getting involved in the rushing game along with playing the defensive side of the ball. But his favorite position is receiver and that’s where he thrives.

YSN’s own, Noah Doughty, had the opportunity to o sit down with Dylan this week at Tiger’s Table, to talk about how being apart of the state run during their freshman year has shaped this senior class, what he thinks this team can accomplish this season, what it means playing for Springfield and the support means to him, and rapid fire questions where we learn more about Dylan both on and off the field.

Tune in to this week’s Springfield Tigers football player profile with senior star, Dylan Sheely, on YSNLive!