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EAST LIVERPOOL OH- Jake Smith was dominant on the bump, as the starting pitcher rang up 11 strikeouts in East Liverpool’s 2-0 victory over Madonna on Monday. Smith allowed three hits and zero runs over seven innings while walking one. Both teams were strong on the hill. The Potters pitchers struck out 11, while Madonna sat down 10.

East Liverpool got on the board in the bottom of the sixth inning after Malachi Reed walked, and Kasen Ramsey hit a sacrifice fly, each scoring one run.

Evan Tice, Anderson Fitch, and Nate Birch each collected one hit for East Liverpool. Reed and Ramsey were a one-two punch in the lineup, as each drove in one run.


Evan Tice collected three hits in three at bats, as East Liverpool Potters defeated Weir High Varsity 15-6 on Saturday at Weir. Tice doubled in the first inning, doubled in the second inning, and singled in the fifth inning.

East Liverpool Potters won thanks in part to eight runs in the fifth inning. Malachi Reed singled, scoring one run, Elliot Fitch singled, scoring one run, Kasen Ramsey drew a walk, scoring one run, Jake Smith was struck by a pitch, driving in a run, Trent Davis singled, scoring three runs, and Tice singled, scoring one run. They got on the board in the top of the first inning after Ramsey hit into a fielder’s choice, Tice doubled, Anderson Fitch singled, and Reed doubled, each scoring one run. The Potters added to their early lead in the top of the second inning after Smith singled, and Tice doubled, each scoring one run.

Suznevich earned the win for East Liverpool. The starting pitcher gave up eight hits and six runs over five innings, striking out three and walking none.

The Potters collected 17 hits in the game. Tice and Suznevich each collected three hits. Davis, Reed, Fitch, and Nate Birch each collected multiple hits.

Leadoff hitter Cayden Braswell led Weir with two hits in three at bats. Zion Spencer, Teddy Glyptis, Braswell, and Damir Mowder each drove in one run.


EAST PALESTINE OH- Malachi Reed drove in four runs on two hits to lead East Liverpool past East Palestine 15-0 on Friday. Reed singled in the first inning, scoring two runs, and singled in the second inning, scoring one.

East Liverpool scored eight runs in the second inning on the way to victory. Evan Tice singled, scoring one run, an error scored one run, Nate Birch singled, scoring two runs, Reed singled, scoring one run, Jake Smith drew a walk, scoring one run, and Kasen Ramsey doubled, scoring two runs.

The Potters got on the board in the top of the first inning after Tice drew a walk, scoring one run, Trent Davis doubled, scoring one run, Birch singled, scoring one run, and Reed singled, scoring two runs. They extended their early lead with two runs in the top of the third thanks to RBI errors by Birch and Reed.

Smith earned the win for East Liverpool Potters. The right-handed pitcher gave up zero hits and zero runs over five innings, striking out seven and walking none. Smith completed a no hitter, and flirted with a perfect game.

Kyler Bourne took the loss for East Palestine. He went one and two-thirds innings, allowing 13 runs (eight earned) on 10 hits, striking out two and walking four.

East Liverpool amassed 12 hits in the game. Ramsey, Davis, Reed, and Birch each collected two hits. Ramsey and Birch each stole multiple bases. East Liverpool worked the count all day, accumulating seven walks. They also stole six bases in the game.


CADIZ OH- In a thrilling contest that showcased their resilience and determination, East Liverpool powered past John Glenn to secure a spot in the district championship game with a commanding 62-49 victory. It was a hard-fought battle that saw the Potters dominate the final quarter, outscoring their opponents 17-5 to seal the win in dramatic fashion.

Leading the charge for East Liverpool was Preston Kerr, whose stellar performance saw him pour in an impressive 28 points, demonstrating his scoring prowess and ability to rise to the occasion when it matters most. Quinton Conrad also made significant contributions with 16 points, while Preston Dawson added 13 points to the scoreboard, highlighting the team’s balanced offensive attack.

With this crucial win, East Liverpool advances to the district championship game, where they are set to face off against Tri Valley. The upcoming matchup promises to be another intense battle as both teams vie for the coveted district title. The matchup is set to take place on Saturday at 7:00 at Claymont High School.


EAST LIVERPOOL OH- East Liverpool showcased their prowess on the court in a thrilling sectional final showdown on Saturday, securing a decisive 79-59 victory over Zanesville to advance further in the tournament. With an impressive offensive display and solid teamwork, the Potters left their mark on the hardwood.

Leading the charge for East Liverpool were standout performances from Preston Kerr, who tallied 15 points, and Preston Dawson, who contributed 14 points. Quinton Conrad added 13 points to the scoreboard, while Cohen Pease chipped in with 11 points, bolstering the team’s offensive output.

With this important win under their belt, East Liverpool now sets their sights on the district semifinals, where they are slated to face off against John Glenn. The upcoming matchup promises to be a fierce battle, as both teams vie for a chance to advance further in the tournament.

The district semifinal clash is scheduled to take place at Harrison Central on Wednesday, with tip-off set for 7:00. As East Liverpool prepares to take on their next challenge, fans eagerly anticipate another thrilling display of basketball prowess from their determined squad.


EAST LIVERPOOL OH- In a thrilling showdown on Thursday night, the Canfield faced a tough test on the road against East Liverpool. Despite the hostile environment, Canfield delivered a consistent effort that propelled them to a hard-earned 66-56 victory over the Potters.

Leading the charge for Canfield was Ben Weaver, whose impressive performance saw him rack up a team-high 23 points, showcasing his scoring prowess and clutch play when it mattered most. Sam Castranova also made a significant contribution with 20 points, while Dom Cruz added 10 points to bolster Canfield’s offensive attack.

Despite facing a formidable opponent in East Liverpool, Canfield’s resilience and determination shone through, allowing them to maintain their composure and execute their game plan effectively throughout the contest.

On the other side, East Liverpool put up a valiant effort, led by Preston Kerr with 19 points, Quinton Conrad with 15 points, and Cohen Pease with 11 points. However, their efforts were ultimately not enough to overcome Canfield’s relentless pressure and offensive firepower.

With this crucial win, Canfield concludes their regular season with an impressive record of 18-4, setting the stage for what promises to be an exciting tournament run. They now turn their focus towards tournament time, where they will host Akron East on Tuesday in their first postseason matchup.

Meanwhile, East Liverpool will regroup and prepare for their upcoming tournament game on March 2nd, where they will host Zanesville in a bid to make some noise in postseason play.



EAST LIVERPOOL OH- Ursuline showcased their offensive prowess on Monday night as they traveled to East Liverpool and emerged with a commanding 72-53 victory. The Irish wasted no time asserting their dominance, storming ahead early and never looking back.

Leading the charge for Ursuline was Jayden Payne, who delivered a stellar performance with 18 points, showcasing his scoring ability and leadership on the court. He was well-supported by Noah Bell and Jaylen Gunther, who each contributed 14 points, while Deshaun Will and Geno Lucente added 9 and 8 points respectively to bolster the team’s offensive output.

Despite East Liverpool’s efforts to mount a comeback, they were unable to contain Ursuline’s relentless offensive attack. Preston Kerr led East Liverpool’s scoring effort with 15 points, followed closely by Blake Adkins with 12 points and Quinton Conrad with 9 points.

With this convincing win, Ursuline improves their record to an impressive 17-3 as they return home to host Howland on Thursday. Meanwhile, East Liverpool, with a record of 16-5, faces another tough challenge ahead as they host Canfield on Thursday.


EAST LIVERPOOL OH- In a highly anticipated matchup, East Liverpool showcased their defensive prowess as they secured a commanding 40-27 victory over United. From the opening tip-off, the Potters’ defense proved to be the difference-maker, stifling United’s offensive efforts throughout the game.

Leading the charge for East Liverpool was Kenzie Headley, who displayed her scoring prowess with an impressive 16 points. Ayla Brown contributed 9 points to bolster the offense, while Reagan Edwards, Aynsley Galeoti, and Dacianelle Andrews each added 5 points to round out a balanced scoring effort for the Potters.

Despite a valiant effort from United, led by Grace Knight with 14 points, they struggled to find openings against East Liverpool’s suffocating defense.

With this win, East Liverpool concludes their regular season with momentum, boasting a record of 13-9 as they prepare for postseason play. Their first tournament matchup is set for February 24th, as they host Philip in what promises to be an exciting contest.

Meanwhile, United, with a record of 15-7, will await their first tournament game on February 21st, hosting VASJ.


EAST LIVERPOOL OH- In a highly anticipated OVAC consolation game, East Liverpool’s basketball team emerged victorious in a thrilling matchup against their arch-rival Beaver Local, securing an 80-68 win.

East Liverpool’s offense was firing on all cylinders, led by Preston Kerr who delivered an outstanding performance with a game-high 25 points. Preston Dawson added 18 points to the scoring tally, while Quinton Conrad contributed 14 points and Nate Birch chipped in with 12 points, showcasing the team’s balanced offensive attack.

Despite a valiant effort from Beaver Local, led by Austin Cline with 22 points and Owen Hill with 19 points, they couldn’t overcome East Liverpool’s dominant performance.

With this important win, East Liverpool improves their record to an impressive 16-4 as they enjoy some time off before hosting Ursuline on February 19th. Meanwhile, Beaver Local, with a 9-12 record, turns their attention to their upcoming matchup against Salem on Tuesday.


In a high-scoring showdown, East Liverpool’s basketball team engaged in an offensive battle against St. Clairsville but ultimately fell short with a final score of 96-81.

Despite their best efforts, East Liverpool couldn’t quite keep pace with St. Clairsville’s potent offense. Leading the scoring charge for East Liverpool were Preston Dawson with 19 points, followed closely by Preston Kerr contributing 18 points. Nate Birch added 16 points to the scoreboard, while Quinton Conrad chipped in with 15 points.

With this loss, East Liverpool’s record moves to 15-4, but they will have the opportunity to regroup and bounce back in the OVAC Consolation game on Friday, with their opponent yet to be determined. Despite the setback, the team remains determined and focused on finishing the season strong.