September 1, 2014 If only there was a way to slow down the clock this time of year. It seems that whenever the high school football season rolls around (the fastest 10 weeks of the year), time just flies. more »»
September 1, 2014 After another day to think about it, here’s a Monday morning grade card on Ohio State’s performance against Navy on Saturday: OFFENSE Everyone already knew redshirt freshman quarterback J.T. more »»
September 1, 2014 Tuesday Cross country Weir, Burgettstown at Oak Glen, 4:30 p.m. Golf Indian Creek at Harrison Central, 3:30 p.m. Brooke, Toronto at Edison, 3:30 p.m. Volleyball Harrison Central at Buckeye Local, 5 p. more »»
August 31, 2014 WEIRTON — Weir High utilized speed and a seasoned quarterback to hold off a young but stubborn Steubenville Catholic Central team, 33-20, in the nightcap of the Clash At the Carey on Saturday. more »»
August 31, 2014 BALTIMORE — Two hours after Ohio State’s 34-17 win over Navy on Saturday, all the Navy logos had been scrubbed and washed from the artificial turf at the Baltimore Ravens’ M&T Stadium. more »»
August 31, 2014 Tuesday Cross country Weir, Burgettstown at Oak Glen, 4:30 p.m. Golf Indian Creek at Harrison Central, 3:30 p.m. Brooke, Toronto at Edison, 3:30 p.m. Volleyball Harrison Central at Buckeye Local, 5 p. more »»
August 30, 2014 WEIRTON — Even though Madonna coach Doug Taylor was confident his Blue Dons would do well in the 2014 football season, there always is some doubt when you graduate 15 seniors from a state... more »»
August 30, 2014 WELLSVILLE — The Wellsville football team won its 13th-straight home football game on Friday night with a 24-7 win over Toronto. That streak doesn’t matter to Tigers coach Rich Wright. more »»
August 30, 2014 RAYLAND — Three lost fumbles, overthrown passes, a couple drops sounds like a nightmare season opener, but when you are a playoff team that returns a sleuth of returning veterans and your coach is... more »»
August 24, 2014 Our annual high school football edition hits a special preview on Tuesday at the Herald-Star beginning at 11:30 a.m.
$3 gets you the preview, a hot dog, chips and water.
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