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CAMPBELL OH- Lowellville’s offense lived up to their high flying reputation on Friday night in Campbell. Before the Red Devils knew what hit them, the Rockets were on the scoreboard.  It was all Lowellville in a 50-14 rout.

Vinny Ballone was his same old self dazzling the crowd with a show.  Ballone finished with seven total touchdowns.  It brings his season total already to 14. Brady Bunofsky was Ballone’s favorite target finishing with 194 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns.

Lowellville will travel to South Central in Week 3. Campbell will look for their first win in a matchup with East Palestine.


CAMPBELL OH-  Wednesday night volleyball action saw the Red Devils of Lordstown visiting the Red Devils of Campbell Memorial in an early season matchup. Lordstown came out of the gates with the first point of the game, gaining the only advantage they would have all night long. After getting the first point, Lordstown surrendered the next to Campbell who would then take the ball and get off to a 6-1 start in the first set thanks to some excellent serves from #27 Angeliz Diaz and some sensational spikes from the Red Devils leading lady #12 Kendall Brunn. Campbell continued to extend their lead pushing ahead by double-digits before Lordstown would close the deficit to under five. Campbell narrowly took the first set 25-19.

The first set was the closest of the night. Mistakes and miscommunications sealed Lordstown’s fate on the night as they would go on to score just 11 points as #4 Cyra Cross and #7 Kayla Coleman-Clark took control of the offense along with #12 Kendall Brunn dominating this second set. They would go on to take it 25-11. Set 3 didn’t go Lordstown’s way either as they were held under 10 points for the majority of the set before Campbell let of the gas with a 24-10 point lead surrendering 5 straight to Lordstown before finally closing the third set 25-15.

Campbell claims a 2-1 record to start the early season and will host the Garfield Lady G-Men on Thursday. Lordstown falls to 0-2 and have still yet to win a set on the season. They will stay on the road and take on the Bristol Bears on Thursday.

*Contributed By YSN’s Alek Koberna


CAMPBELL OH- Brookfield coming off their district runner up season found themselves in a early hole against Campbell. Facing a 2-0 deficit in the match, the Warriors rattled off 3 sets in a row to win the match in 5.  (21-25 21-25 25-13 27-25 15-12)

Lauren Shingledecker put together a great night with 15 kills.  Calley Wellman also contributed to the Warriors with 8 kills. Alexa Lindholm chipped in 6 kills.  Zoe Steele ran their offense well with 37 assists on the night.  Shingledecker completed a double double with 14 digs.  Katie Logan led the defense with 21 digs.  Alexia Baker added 18 digs.

Kendall Brunn had a great day for Campbell finishing with 17 kills.  Angeliz Diaz was also in double figures with 10 kills.  Cyra Cross got herself 8 kills.  Carla Ramirez-Ortiz set up the offense all night with 33 assists.  She also led the defense with 21 digs and got herself a double double.

Brookfield will be back in action on Thursday as they host Liberty.  Campbell returns to action on Wednesday as they host Lordstown.


CAMPBELL OH- Excitement is building in Campbell for their volleyball program. The Red Devils return a lot of experience from last season. They got started on the right foot as they easily swept Valley Christian (25-8 25-9 25-13)

Kendall Brunn finished with double digit kills to lead the Red Devils.  She collected 14 kills.  Angeliz Diaz contributed 6 kills.  Diaz also served up 8 aces on the day.  Brunn added a block to her stat line.

Campbell returns to action Tuesday as they open up league play with a tough Brookfield team at home.  Start time is set for 7:00.


CAMPBELL OH- Andy Hake and the Valley Christian Eagles came out victorious in their first game of the season in the battle of John KnapickField. They took down their in-stadium rival Campbell Memorial 47-7. Andy Hake now moves to 8-3 as head man of the Eagles while Andrew King falls to 1-10 with Campbell.


The game started out well for Campbell as David Moore was finding his receivers well going 3/6 on the first drive before stalling out after they crossed the 50. Valley Christian would then get the ball on the Campbell side of the 50 thanks to a low snap forcing the Campbell punter Anthony Kindinis to accidentally place his knee on the ground prior to the punt. Valley capitalized off of the momentum driving it 44 yards on the ground and scoring the first touchdown of the season.


Campbell’s defense kept Valley Christian in check for the entirety of the first half allowing only 14 points, forcing Valley to be 1/9 on third down, and holding the V.C. passing game to 2/6. One of the two completions came on a 50-yard touchdown pass from Jhordan Peete to VeShun Gurley with less than a minute to go in the half after Campbell turned the ball over on downs at midfield.


The second half is where Valley took control of the game posting 26 of their 47 points. A 1-yard TD run by Ja’SeanLindsey setup by back-to-back Gurley receptions to put them in the redzone would open the scoring in the second half. Campbell answered right back with a 27-yard touchdown pass from David Moore which would end up as their only score of the night. V.C. got the ball at their own ten and immediately struck big as the 6’4 beast Jon’Trell Mixon took the entire defense with him as he took the ball 78 yards on one play out of the wildcat. Penalties backed Valley up before Jhordan Peete wheeled out to his left and found Gurley in the endzone for another touchdown. Valley’s defense then got their name called on one of the biggest plays of the game as Jon’Trell Mixon out of his defensive end spot would jump into the air and steal a bullet pass from David Moore out of the air and return it for a pick-six which would just about seal the game in the third quarter.


Campbell Memorial looked sound on both sides of the ball in the first half, but they were unable to keep pace with the incredible athletes on the side of Valley Christian. A great effort from both teams created a lopsided, but entertaining game to watch. Valley Christian will hit the road next Friday to take on the (0-1) Vikings of LaBrae. Meanwhile Campbell will play host again next week as the (1-0) Rockets of Lowellville come to town.


Stats provided by Valley Christian Athletics and HUDL

Campbell Memorial Red Devils Stats:


David Moore: 12/33, 149 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT, Longest Pass – 27 yards
Adyn Vazquez: 1/3, 7 yards


David Moore: 4 car, -9 yards, Longest Run – 5 yards
Rest of Team: 18 carries, 70 yards, Longest Run – Jamal Henderson – 15 yards


Michael Koullias: 1 rec, 11 yards
Christos Davis: 1 rec, 7 yards
Rest of Team: 11 rec, 136 yards, 1 TD


Valley Christian Stats:


Jhordan Peete: 5/9, 130 yards, 2 TD, Longest Pass – 50 yards
Jon’Trell Mixon: 2/4, 21 yards, Longest Pass –  13 yards


Jon’Trell Mixon: 6 car, 118 yards, Longest Run – 74 yards
Ja’Sean Lindsey: 10 car, 73 yards, 2 TD, Longest Run – 32 yards
Jon’Qual Pabellon: 4 car, 14 yards, 1 TD, Longest Run – 7 yards


VeShun Gurley: 3 rec, 111 yards, 2 TD, Longest Rec – 50 yards
Jon’Trell Mizon: 1 rec, 23 yards
Tyree Washington: 1 rec, 8 yards


Jon’Trell Mixon: 1 INT, 1 TD, 1 Solo, 4 AST
Tyree Washington: 1 INT
Phillip Spradley: 3 TK, 1 TFL
*Contributed By YSN’s Alek Koberna



CAMPBELL OH- There is excitement brewing in Campbell around their volleyball program. The players that make up the team are developing a winning culture. After earning a tournament win a year ago, confidence has gone way up. They are returning plenty of talent from last year’s team, and with a small number of seniors Campbell promises to not just be a contender this season, but in the future as well.

Campbell head coach Tyler Allen is pouring all the energy he has into the program which is the reason why his players have bought in. Coach Allen came on YSN’s Running Point this week to give us a clear picture of outlook of the season. He talks with Ty Bartell and Anthony Hartwig about his team’s winning mentality, what it means to him to coach this team, and much more. It’s almost volleyball season, make sure you’re ready with Episode 1 of Coach’s Corner with Tyler Allen.

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CAMPBELL OH- Dom Olenick was the definition of dominant on Tuesday night as he led the way for Campbell in a season opening 6-2 victory. Olenick scored all 6 of the Red Devils goals.

Campbell will return to action Thursday as they host Liberty.  East Palestine returns to action on Tuesday as they travel to Heartland Christian.


CAMPBELL OH- All though everyone is still soaking up the sun in the remaining weeks of summer, the fall sports season right around the corner. That means football teams are hard at work to put together a successful 2022 campaign.

Campbell is welcoming Andrew King in his second year as head coach with the program. The Red Devils offer up plenty of talent, and returning experience. Coach King wants to make the small adjustments that spelled the difference between a win and a loss last season.

Coach King took the time to come on to YSN’s Running Point to help us preview the upcoming football season in Campbell. He talked about returning leaders, the Campbell community, and much more. Don’t miss the chance to preview the Red Devils season with Coach King. Campbell opens the season August 19th vs Valley Christian.

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YOUNGSTOWN OH-  Cardinal Mooney defeated Campbell 18-0 on Tuesday as three pitchers combined to throw a shutout. The win advances them into the next round of the district bracket.  Zach Hyrb induced a groundout from Maliki Taylor to finish off the game.

Jack Desmond led the Cardinals to victory by driving in four runs. Desmond went 2-for-3 at the plate. Desmond drove in runs on a single in the second and a double in the same inning.

A single by Anthony Kindinis in the second inning was a positive for Campbell.

Bronson Ferencak was credited with the victory for Cardinal Mooney. The pitcher allowed one hit and zero runs over two and a third innings, striking out six. Jeff Brenner and Hyrb entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.

Zach Lucinino took the loss for the Red Devils. Lucinino surrendered 12 runs on eight hits over one and two-thirds innings, striking out two.

Cardinal Mooney hit two home runs on the day. Logan Boyd had a long ball in the third inning. Brenner put one out in the third inning.

The Cardinals tallied 12 hits in the game. Hyrb, Brenner, Gabe Saunders, Jim Campbell, and Desmond each collected multiple hits. Desmond, Campbell, Saunders, Brenner, and Hyrb each managed two hits to lead.

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STRUTHERS OH-  Newton Falls went into Cene Park under the lights on Thursday night and put on a show. They got another win inside the MVAC over Campbell Memorial 5-1.

Newton Falls opened up scoring in the second inning. Owen Gazda grounded out, scoring one run.

Trevor Ruscoe was credited with the victory for Newton Falls. The bulldog allowed five hits and one run over three innings, striking out three. Alex Pennigton threw four innings in relief out of the bullpen. Pennigton recorded the last 12 outs to earn the save.

Zack Luciano took the loss for Memorial. The pitcher allowed five hits and five runs over six and two-thirds innings, striking out ten.

Gino Lazzari led the Tigers with two hits in two at bats.

Jacob Jackson went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead Memorial in hits.

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