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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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WARREN OH-  Four hits from Morgan Davis helped lead the way for Champion over Memorial 16-1 on Tuesday. Davis singled in the first, singled in the second, singled in the third, and singled in the fourth.

Champion  got things started in the first inning when Isabella Meyer’s sac fly scored one run.

Davis earned the win for the Flashes. The righty surrendered one run on three hits over four innings, striking out three and walking zero.

Champion tallied one home run on the day. Mady Jones went deep in the fourth inning.

The Flashes racked up 14 hits on the day. Davis, Tayler Fuller, Olivia Zigarovich, Payton Jackson, and Jones all collected multiple hits. Davis went 4-for-4 at the plate to lead in hits. Champion was sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Jones had the most chances in the field with six.

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CAMPBELL OH- Both teams were strong on the mound Tuesday, but Champion defeated Campbell 3-2. Champion pitchers allowed just five hits to the Devils.

The Flashes pulled away for good with one run in the fourth inning. In the fourth Charles Quinby drew a walk, scoring one run.

Brett Channell took the win for Champion. The fireballer went two and two-thirds innings, allowing zero runs on one hit and striking out three. Nate Holt threw two-thirds of an inning in relief out of the bullpen.

Zack Luciano took the loss for Campbell. The hurler went six innings, allowing three runs on six hits and striking out 11.

Jack O’Shaughnessy started the game for Champion. The bulldog surrendered two runs on four hits over three and two-thirds innings, striking out eight

Tyler Skaggs went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead Champion in hits. The Flashes were sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Skaggs had the most chances in the field with 14.

Duan Reynolds led the Devils with two hits in four at bats.

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Crestview easily did away with Campbell Memorial 11-1 on Tuesday

In the first inning, Crestview got their offense started. Carter Blakeman drove in one when he tripled.

The Rebels put up four runs in the sixth inning. The rally was led by singles by Sam Campbell and Matthew Strank and groundouts by Matthew Lindsay and Jesse McKee.

Campbell got the win for Crestview. Campbell lasted six innings, allowing four hits and one run while striking out 11 and walking one. Drew Dattilio threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.

James Shuger took the loss for Campbell. The hurler allowed 11 hits and eight runs over five innings, striking out one and walking one.

Crestview scattered 12 hits in the game. Lindsay, Cade Hancox, Hunter DuVall, Campbell, and Strank all collected multiple hits. Strank, Campbell, DuVall, Hancox, and Lindsay all had two hits to lead.

Duan Reynolds went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead the Devils in hits.

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CANTON OH- In the district championship, Cardinal Mooney beat up the number 1 team in their district Springfield, so looking at the number 2 team in Campbell was not intimidating. Mooney’s defense was up for the challenge again, they slowed down the high flying Devils offense in a 47-41 win.  The Cardinals have officially gotten further than last season. They lost in the regional semifinal last season to Lutheran East. Turns out that experience was a big factor in their win. They never let the stage get too big, they stayed patient, and worked the rhythm of the game.

Leading the offense for Mooney  was Rocco Turner with 16 points for the Cardinals. Ashton O’Brien wasn’t too far behind scoring 15. Mick Hergenrother was also in double figures with 11.

Campbell was led by Xavion Leonard with 15. Jameer Weaver added 8 points to the Devils final score.

Mooney advances to the regional finals on Saturday. They’ll be matched with the team that ended their season last year in Lutheran East.  That game is slated to start at 7:00 on Saturday at Canton Memorial Fieldhouse.


CAMPBELL OH- For the first time since 2009 Campbell has won a district championship in boys basketball. They did it in emphatic fashion too. After a competitive first half with Jefferson, the Red Devils exploded to a 20 point 74-54 victory. That’s one goal down, and a couple more to go. Standing in the Red Devils way is Cardinal Mooney. The Cardinals defense is no joke. They held Springfield to 31 points in their district final. The Devils offense will be put to the test on Wednesday at 6:00 at the Canton Memorial Fieldhouse.

Nick Canterino came back on Running Point this week to recap the district championship, and also preview the regional semifinal. He talks with Ty Bartell, and Anthony Hartwig about staying focused, taking in the moments, and much more. Check out Episode 5 of Coaches Corner with Nick Canterino.

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CAMPBELL OH- The Rocking Red Devils are poised to play for a district championship! Campbell fought their way past a Cardinal team that brought a good defensive game plan to the table. While Kevin Moore was slowed down for a half, other players like Xavion Leonard stepped up for the Red Devils. The next challenge ahead of them is the Falcons from Jefferson. This should be an offensive gun show as both teams have put up 70 plus multiple times this season.

Red Devils head coach Nick Canterino took the time to hop on Running Point this week to preview the game with Jefferson. He also talks with Ty Bartell, and Anthony Hartwig about the win in the semifinals, how deep this team is, and much more. Don’t miss Episode 4 of Coach’s Corner with Nick Canterino.

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NEW MIDDLETOWN OH- Tournament runs are done one step at a time. If you look beyond that, you open yourself up to an upset. Springfield was locked in and focused in their first step Tuesday night against Crestwood. The Tigers dominated their way to a 55-18 win.

Alex Rothwell put together an awesome night and led the Tigers with 19 points. Jake Joyce continued to look impressive adding 11 to the cause. Beau Brungard was also in double figures with 10.

Springfield advances to the sectional finals on Friday. The Tigers will host East Palestine with a trip to districts on the line. Tip is set for 7:00.


CAMPBELL OH- The Campbell-Memorial Red Devils have been a team that had a lot of questions to answer at the beginning of the season. Leaving people curious about how far they can go? How will they compete in the tough MVAC Gray Division? 

Those questions were answered one after another, with Campbell compiling a perfect 13-0 conference record, heading into both the final conference and regular season game Friday against Newton Falls. 

The last time these two teams locked horns was on Friday, February 11th only a week prior to their second matchup. The Tigers were feeling it at home, pushing Campbell to the limit that night, as The Red Devils squeaked by with a narrow 55-53 victory. 

Having already clinched The MVAC Championship for the first time in 8 years, Campbell was looking to end the year perfect in their conference while sharpening their teeth for the tournament. 

Newton Falls looked to take away a lot of what Campbell does best on offense, much like they did in their first encounter. In fact, The Tigers were only the second team to hold Campbell under 60 points this season. 

With a great mind like Coach Sembach, Newton Falls had a great defensive gameplan, one that forced the ball out of Kevin Moore’s hands a ton. This made Campbell adjust to depend on other scoring options. 

Throughout all four quarters, Newton Falls made it difficult for Campbell to score, as they held The Red Devils down to just 56 points of offense in the game. Making The Tigers the only team to hold Campbell under 60 points twice this season.

However, Campbell used a balanced scoring approach, one that saw four players pitch in with 9+ points of offense on the evening. Pair that with a Red Devil Defense that had a rocking crowd behind them, and Campbell was able to pull off the 56-37 victory over Newton Falls.



Kevin Moore: 12 PTS, 7 REB, 2 AST, 2 STL, 1 BLK.

Kayvon Moore: 11 PTS, 3 REB, 1 STL, 4/7 FG (57%).

Xavion Leonard: 10 PTS, 5 REB, 3 AST, 3 STL, 2 BLK.

Christian James (C.J.):  9 PTS, 6 REB, 2 AST, 3/5 3-PT FG (60%)

The win recorded #21 in the regular season for Campbell, the most in the regular season in school history. It also ties the record for most wins in a season (including postseason). 

The senior leaders of Campbell had a chance to shine, as we got a chance to catch up with every senior of this historic team! 

Campbell will waste little time going for historic win #22, as in Division 3’s Warren District, The #2 Red Devils will take on the winner of #18 Rootstown @ #13 Columbiana. That game will take place in Campbell and will occur on Friday, February 25th and can be found on YSN!

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NEW MIDDLETOWN OH- Springfield earned their way to a 2 seed in the district with a fantastic regular season. As the second seed they get the benefit of being the top seed in their own district bracket. Sometimes that gives you some big mismatches in the early rounds. That was the case Saturdays as Springfield wasted little time winning a sectional title with a 62-7 win over Lordstown.

The Tigers had 10 players get themselves in the stat book. They were led by Jacey Mullen with 13 points. Kendall Maughan was also in double figures with 10. Peyton Klem contributed 9.

Springfiekd moves on to the Mineral Ridge district semifinal where they will match up with Lisbon. That game is slated for 6:00 at Mineral Ridge.