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CAMPBELL OH- In a powerful comeback from a tough outing last time out, Campbell unleashed their frustrations on Garfield, securing an emphatic 62-29 victory to rebound from their recent tough loss.

Leading the way for Campbell was Aziyah Flores with an impressive 21 points, accompanied by Josue Rodriguez contributing 18 points. David Moore added 9 points, and Teyon Harris chipped in with 6 points, showcasing a well-rounded offensive effort.

Garfield’s scoring efforts were led by Preston Gedeon and Vincent Yukich, each contributing 10 points.

With the win, Campbell moves to a 1-2 record and looks to carry the momentum into their next matchup with a home game against Newton Falls on Friday. Garfield, now 0-2, seeks to bounce back as they hit the road for a challenging matchup against LaBrae.


COLUMBIANA, OH- In a lopsided victory, the Crestview Rebels showcased their dominance on the court by defeating Campbell Memorial with an overwhelming scoreline of 63-5 in Monday’s matchup.

The Rebels, led by standout performances, maintained their perfect record, improving to 6-0 overall and 2-0 in the MVAC Grey Tier.

Key Performances for Crestview included Addison Rhodes, who was a force to be reckoned with, Rhodes recorded a double-double with a game-high 22 points, 12 rebounds, and six steals.  Luvrain Gaskins displaying versatility, Gaskins contributed significantly with 19 points and 12 rebounds.
Brianna DiCross as a freshman point guard showcased exceptional playmaking skills, tallying an impressive 10 assists.  Emily Downey was a machine with seven assists and four steals, Downey played a crucial role in Crestview’s well-rounded performance.

The Rebels wasted no time asserting their dominance, establishing an 18-0 lead in the first quarter and extending it to 37-2 by halftime.

The Rebels’ junior varsity team also claimed victory, securing a 26-5 win over Campbell Memorial. Phiatra Bradley led the scoring for the junior varsity squad with seven points.

Crestview’s next challenge will be on the road against Brookfield on Thursday, where they aim to continue their undefeated streak.

Game Summary:
Campbell Memorial 0-2-3-0–5
Crestview 18-19-16-10–63

**Campbell Scoring:**
– Angeliz Diaz: 2 points
– Diamon Sims: 3 points

**Crestview Scoring:**
– Phiatra Bradley: 7 points
– Addison Rhodes: 22 points
– Madeline English: 3 points
– Kerrigan Miller: 3 points
– Emily Downey: 6 points
– Luvrain Gaskins: 19 points
– Brianna DiCross: 2 points
– Myer Miller: 1 point

**Three-Point Goals:**
– Crestview: 5 (Downey 2, Bradley, English, K. Miller)


In a Friday night matchup, Poland showcased their defensive prowess, constructing a fourth-quarter wall to pull away from Campbell with a final score of 60-45. The Bulldogs effectively transformed a seven-point lead at the start of the final frame into a commanding 15-point victory.

Carmine Tukalo emerged as the offensive standout for the Bulldogs, securing a game-high 17 points. Tukalo has consistently proven himself as the top scorer in both of Poland’s games this season.

With this triumph, Poland’s record advances to 2-0. The Bulldogs are set to host Boardman on Saturday as part of the Poland United Way Classic, featuring a lineup of four basketball games throughout the day. The matchup between the Bulldogs and Spartans is anticipated to be the nightcap event of this exciting basketball showcase.


Crestwood, OH- In a hard-fought league game, the Grand Valley Mustangs faced off against the Crestwood Red Devils, ultimately succumbing to a final score of 35-29. The game, played with intense energy and skill, showcased the determination of both teams throughout all four quarters.

First Quarter: Grand Valley 8, Crestwood 3

The opening quarter set the tone for a competitive matchup as both teams jockeyed for control. Grand Valley’s Reagan Boiarski and Dixie Miller combined for a solid offensive effort, contributing to their team’s early lead. However, Crestwood’s defense, led by Lily O’Bryant, held firm, limiting the Mustangs to just 8 points.

Second Quarter: Grand Valley 2, Crestwood 10

Crestwood seized the momentum in the second quarter, with Hannah Ward and Liv Martin spearheading a comeback. The Red Devils’ offense found its rhythm, outscoring the Mustangs 10-2 in the quarter. Grand Valley faced a halftime deficit but remained within striking distance.

Third Quarter: Grand Valley 8, Crestwood 12

The battle intensified in the third quarter as both teams exchanged blows. Grand Valley’s Kaelyn Hart showcased her scoring prowess with 15 points, while Crestwood responded with a balanced attack, led by Becca Brady. The Mustangs fought to close the gap, setting the stage for a dramatic final quarter.

Fourth Quarter: Grand Valley 11, Crestwood 10

In a nail-biting finish, both teams left it all on the court. Grand Valley mounted a late-game surge, with Kaitlyn Bauman and Morgan Crawford contributing crucial points. However, Crestwood maintained composure, securing the win with a final push led by Brady and Abby Guyetie. The Mustangs’ resilience was evident, but Crestwood emerged victorious in a closely contested battle.

Top Performers:

Grand Valley Mustangs:

  • Kaelyn Hart: 15 points
  • Reagan Boiarski: 5 points
  • Dixie Miller: 4 points

Crestwood Red Devils:

  • Becca Brady: 9 points
  • Hannah Ward: 8 points
  • Liv Martin: 8 points

Looking Ahead:

The Grand Valley Mustangs, now with a 3-1 record, will hit the road to face the Berkshire Badgers (1-3) on December 12, 2023. The Badgers are coming off a thrilling 35-32 victory over Crestwood and will look to build on their momentum. Meanwhile, the Crestwood Red Devils (1-3) face an away game against the Cardinal Huskies (0-4) on the same date. The Huskies aim to bounce back from a tough loss to the Wickliffe Blue Devils, setting the stage for another exciting round of high school basketball action.


CAMPBELL OH- Heartland Christian continued their impressive start to the season, securing their third win with a commanding 47-34 victory over Campbell Memorial.

The Lions displayed a balanced offensive effort, with Rachel Reynolds leading the scoring charge with 14 points, closely followed by Sarah Reynolds contributing 13 points, and Rylee Shadowens adding 12 points to the total. Campbell Memorial fought valiantly, and Diamon Sims showcased her scoring prowess with an impressive 20 points, while Angelis Espada added 10 points.

Despite a spirited effort from Campbell Memorial, Heartland Christian’s cohesive team performance proved pivotal in securing another decisive win.


KINSMAN, OH- It was a big evening for the Badger Braves on opening night 2023, but Campbell was up to the task with a 69-64 victory to start the season.

For the Campbell Memorial Red Devils, the scoring was led by Josue Rodriguez, who notched an impressive 25 points. David Moore and Aziyah Flores both contributed significantly with 17 points each, while Adyn Vazquez added 5 points. Christos Davis and Teyon Harris Jr. rounded out the scoring with 4 and 3 points, respectively. Under the guidance of Coach Nick Canterino, the Red Devils displayed consistent scoring throughout the quarters, putting up 20 points in the first, 13 in the second and third, and 23 in the fourth.

On the Badger Braves’ side, Duncan Moy had a standout performance, contributing 20 points and reaching a significant milestone by scoring the thousandth point of his career with a three-pointer in the first quarter. Preston Geracitano played a strong game on both ends of the floor, finishing with 16 points. Alton Winchek displayed clutch moments throughout the game and ended with 12 points, while freshman Jack Harnett added 11 points. Bryce Gross chipped in with 5 points. The Braves, coached by Josh Upshire, fought hard but ultimately fell short in a closely contested battle.



Ashtabula, OH- In a challenging season opener, the St. John Heralds faced a tough defeat against the Crestview Red Devils, with a final score of 60-26. The Heralds showed resilience throughout the game but were unable to overcome Crestview’s early lead, trailing 23-8 at the end of the first quarter and 40-16 at halftime.

Vin Narducci led the scoring effort for St. John with an impressive 11 points, supported by AJ Henslee with 6 points. However, Crestview’s Dekota Johnson showcased exceptional skill, contributing 16 points to his team’s victory. Other key contributors for Crestview included Charlie Scheickert with 13 points and Brody Durham with 8 points.

Looking ahead, the St. John Heralds (0-1) will aim to bounce back in their upcoming game against the Bristol Panthers on the road scheduled for 12/08/23. On the other hand, the Crestview Red Devils (1-0) will carry their momentum into a matchup against the Ravenna Ravens on the road on 12/07/08.

Despite the challenging start, the Heralds remain optimistic about their season and are determined to make a strong comeback in the games to come. Heralds fans can anticipate an exciting and competitive season ahead as the team works to fine-tune their strategy and build on their strengths.


CAMPBELL OH- The culture around female athletics is drastically changing in Campbell. We are seeing more and more of their programs turn the page to success and put together strong seasons. After witnessing the volleyball team have the best season in program history, Campbell fans are hoping that the girls hoops team can turn the same corner. With new head coach Ashlyn Cleevely winning is definitely in the future. She brings a top notch energy to the bench that she hopes the girls will feed on.

Coach Cleevely came on YSN’s Running Point (brought to you by Greenwood Chevrolet) this week to talk about the upcoming campaign with Anthony Hartwig. They talk about the new culture she’s trying to establish, the leaders on the floor that will help her do it, and much more. Check out Episode 1 of Coach’s Corner with Ashlyn Cleevely


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By Ty Bartell

CAMPBELL OH- Basketball season is, once again, around the corner and The Campbell Memorial Red Devils are ready to rock! Claiming at least a piece of the conference crown in each of the last two seasons, The Red Devils look to stay atop of the very competitive Grey Division of The Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference (MVAC). Despite being atop the conference, Campbell Memorial was 11-12 overall on the season, giving them room for improvement in the non-conference slate this year.

In this edition of Coaches Corner, Red Devils Head Coach Nick Canterino joins YSNs Ty Bartell where they chat about the expectations of success, the community support behind The Red Devils, the strengths of the team this season and much more! Keep updated with live coverage of The Red Devils this season with live games, scores, stats, stories and more on YSN!

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CAMPBELL OH- In a high-scoring Week 10 showdown, Liberty’s explosive offense proved too much for Campbell to handle as they secured a resounding 67-21 victory. The first quarter began with Liberty setting the tone early, as Tawann Tutwiler orchestrated a 17-yard touchdown, successfully converted by Ethan Brookbank, propelling Liberty to a 7-0 lead. The quarter concluded with Tutwiler connecting with Dwayne Moody for an impressive 62-yard touchdown pass, though the extra point was missed, leaving the score at 13-0.

In the second quarter, Campbell fought back with Mathew Koziorynski scoring a 4-yard touchdown run at 9:42, narrowing the gap to 13-7. However, Liberty’s Tutwiler responded swiftly, connecting with Dawaun Moody for a 20-7 lead after a successful extra point. Campbell’s Dondre Brown then returned a kickoff 70 yards for a touchdown, bringing the score to 20-14. Liberty continued to press their advantage as Tutwiler found Dawaun Moody again, this time for a 40-yard touchdown pass, pushing their lead to 27-14. Moments later, Liberty’s Brashawn Hicks capitalized on a Campbell fumble, returning it 49 yards for a touchdown, increasing their advantage to 34-14. The second quarter concluded with a remarkable 81-yard touchdown run by Dwayne Moody, with the extra point by Ethan Brookbank making it 40-14 at halftime.

The third quarter saw Liberty’s Dawaun Moody scoring a 65-yard kick return touchdown, followed by another successful extra point, bringing the score to 48-14. In the fourth quarter, Campbell made a brief resurgence, responding with their own kickoff return for a touchdown, making it 48-21. Liberty wasn’t finished, as Chamir Franklin broke free for an 81-yard touchdown run, followed by another successful extra point, extending their lead to 55-21. The game concluded with Daiyon Tutwiler dashing for a 61-yard touchdown, and although there was no extra point attempt, the final score stood at an emphatic 67-21 in favor of Liberty.