Eric Ervin has resigned as Woodridge football coach following nine seasons.
Federal League rivals Jackson and Lake will play for a third time this season in boys basketball at 8 Wednesday night at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center.
CANTON: A 20-0 run in a basketball game can generally decide the outcome.
CANTON: The best season in two decades for the Ellet boys basketball team came to a conclusion Wednesday night against Jackson at Canton Memorial Civic Center.
The host Polar Bears set multiple records in a Canton Division I sectional final.
Jackson junior Landrie Grace has made a commitment to continue her academic and golf careers at High Point University in North Carolina.
Lilli Piper scored 19 points to lead the host Warriors to an Alliance Division I sectional final win over the Polar Bears.
JACKSON: Once Jackson senior Evan Bailey got into a shooting zone Tuesday night, there wasn’t much visiting Cuyahoga Falls could do about it.
Host Jackson handed Zanesville its first loss of the season after the Blue Devils (20-1) came up short on two 3-point attempts in the final 10 seconds.
The visiting Polar Bears moved within a half-game of Lake for the Federal League title with a commanding win.
Defending state champion Stephen Romanik of Nordonia topped the field with a final score of 557.80, good for a 152-point lead over the second-place finisher, Jackson Gray of Canton McKinley.
Senior forward Evan Bailey led the Polar Bears with 29 points and eight rebounds and Jackson improved to 15-2 overall.
For the sixth year in a row, the Hudson boys swim team sat atop the Division I North sectional standings at the University of Akron’s Ocasek Natatorium.