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CAFFEY ENGAGES WITH BUCKEYES: HUBBARD – Hubbard half-back TC Caffey announced on Tuesday that he will commit to playing football in Ohio State.

The Trumbull County Player of the Year totaled 2,638 yards and 37 rushing touchdowns, and received offers from Youngstown State, Army West Point, Marshall, Kentucky and Charlotte.

ARMENI DE LABRAE Resigns: LEAVITTSBURG – LaBrae football coach John Armeni resigned from his post on Tuesday after nine seasons at the helm.

In a statement posted on Twitter, Armeni said: “It has been the greatest honor of my professional life to be the head football coach at LaBrae High School for the past nine years. However, the last few years have been very difficult and I find myself unable to move on and refocus my attention on a new season at LaBrae. I am extremely proud of what we have accomplished in my nine years as a head coach. I believe the program is well positioned and will contribute to its continued success. “

BOYS BASKETBALL

Ursuline 53, Canfield 38 – Behind 4 3-point shots from Vince Flauto and a 19-point effort from Terrence Pankey, the Fighting Irish (3-2) knocked down the Cardinals (4-2) on Tuesday night at home. Jake Groic led Canfield with 9 points while Flauto finished with 14 and Jayden Payne finished with 9 for Ursuline.

Liberty 63, Crestview 57 – With 27 points, 7 rebounds and 7 steals, James Davis led the Leopards to a 6-point victory over the Rebels. Jadan Townsend scored 12 for the Leopards. Kirkland Miller led Crestview with 22 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists while Wyatt Miller scored 13 and James Best added 12.

Springfield 54, Sebring 16 – Beau Brungard and Jakob Joyce led the Tigers on Tuesday night with 17 points each and Alex Rothwell posted 9 and 10 rebounds. Lade Leasure led Sebring with 6 points and Andrew Latham scored 5.

Poland 62, Niles 22 – After building up a sizable first-half lead, the Bulldogs clinched a dominant victory over the Red Dragons on Tuesday night. Luke Generalovich led the Blues & Whites with 14, including 4 3-pointers, and Ross Dedo scored 13 in the victory. Matt Kozak led Niles with 7.

Campbell 82, Brookfield 49 – Behind Kevin Moore’s 24-point performance, Campbell Memorial took a 33-point victory over the Warriors. Kayvon Moore and Xavion Leonard added 11 and Christen James and Jameer Weaver both scored 9 in the win. Isaiah Jones had 11 for Brookfield while Donovan Pawlowski led the Warriors with 17.

Jefferson 69, South Range 48 – Despite an 18-point performance from Landon Moore, the Raiders fell to Jefferson on Tuesday night. Auden Leon also scored 8 and Mark Napoli added 5.

West Branch 58, 20 East – Jaxon Hendershott led the Warriors with 18 points and Dru DeShields added 11 as the West Branch beat Youngstown East on Tuesday.

Pymatuning Valley 78, Badger 68 – Robert Verba scored 19 points and Zane Neczeporenko added 18 as the Lakers fought off the Braves. Jack Lendak scored 25 in the loss for Badger while Brad Hamilton scored 18.

Struthers 62, Hubbard 49 – Nick Delgratta scored a high 16 points for the Wildcats and Chance Laczko had 11 in Tuesday night’s win over the Eagles. Riley Heckert led the way for Hubbard with 21.

Valley Christian 46, Lisbon 35 – In an 11-point win, Dontrell Mixon scored 14 points for the Eagles, while Joey Battista added 11 and VeShun Gurley added 10. Trevor Siefke led all scorers with 17.

Girard 58, Lakeview 49 – Gus Johnson scored a high 23 points and Thomas Cardiero added 18 as the Indians claimed a 9 point victory Tuesday night over the Bulldogs. Aidan Popovich led Lakeview with 15 and Nate Fox with 14.

Louisville 60, Fitch 55 – Despite a 25-point effort from DeShawn Vaughn and an 18-point effort from Allen Underwood, the Falcons moved closer to Louisville on Tuesday night in a 4-point game. The Leopards were punctuated by Will Aljancic’s 31-point game.

Newton Falls 50, Champion 47 – Jordan Dowling drilled four 3-pointers en route to a 17-point effort and Alex Pennington added 14 more as the Tigers used a 16-point effort in the 4th quarter to fend off the Golden Flashs. Trayvon Edwards led Champion with 21 points.

BOWLING

Lakeview 2,594, Struthers 2,437 – Lakeview senior Charles Pawlosky threw a 300 as the Bulldogs beat the Wildcats on Tuesday night.

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