Columbiana Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Columbiana, OH

  • Friday Dec 19 | via Morning Journal 

    Raiders chill Clippers

    South Range forward Garrett Anderson was about to describe his team's improvement this season when Raider coach John Cullen spoke up from the background. Anderson scored 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds as the Raiders continued their strong start with a 53-41 win over Columbiana Friday at Columbiana High School.

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  • Friday Dec 19 | via Salem News 

    Range's Anderson leads Raiders over Clippers

    South Range forward Garrett Anderson was about to describe his team's improvement this season when Raider coach John Cullen spoke up from the background. Anderson scored 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds as the Raiders continued their strong start with a 53-41 win over Columbiana Friday at Columbiana High School.

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  • Thursday Dec 18 | via The Review 

    Tigers come up short vs. Clippers

    When the Columbiana girls basketball team controls the tempo like it did Thursday, few teams in the Inter-Tri County League can keep pace. Using their defensive pressure to force a steady stream of turnovers, the Clippers overwhelmed Wellsville 78-39 at Columbiana High School.

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  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via Salem News 

    Fiery Springfield extinguishes Columbiana

    The Springfield boys basketball team knew it couldn't afford to dial back the intensity after its big conference-opening win over Lisbon last week. Despite a scrappy effort from an improved Columbiana squad, the Tigers took care of business in a 60-47 win Tuesday.

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  • Saturday Dec 13 | via Salem News 

    Kramer named to All-Ohio

    Even if the Columbiana girls soccer team was down multiple goals, Clippers coach Shawn Kramer always thought his team had a chance thanks to senior forward Skye Kramer-his daughter. Kramer was named to the 2014 Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association Division III first-team All-Ohio squad recently.

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  • Friday Dec 12 | via Morning Journal 

    Clippers sting Devils

    Columbiana senior Emily Witmer was admittedly uncertain when she saw fellow Inter-Tri County League upper tier heavyweight Western Reserve looming as the fourth game on the schedule. Despite Columbiana missing three of its top bench players, Witmer had 23 points and nine rebounds, while fellow senior Baylie Mook had 18 points as the Clippers clawed their way to a thrilling 62-59 win over the Blue Devils at Western Reserve High School.

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  • Thursday Dec 11 | via Salem News 

    Clippers tame Devils

    Columbiana senior Emily Witmer was admittedly uncertain when she saw fellow Inter-Tri County League upper tier heavyweight Western Reserve looming as the fourth game on the schedule. Despite Columbiana missing three of its top bench players, Witmer had 23 points and nine rebounds, while fellow senior Baylie Mook had 18 points as the Clippers clawed their way to a thrilling 62-59 win over the Blue Devils at Western Reserve High School.

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  • Tuesday Dec 9 | via The Review 

    Beavers blanket Rebels

    Without a single starter taller than 6-1, the Beaver Local boys basketball team knows it will be smaller than almost every team it plays this season. The Beavers got two key Crestview players in foul trouble early in the second half and used their speed to pull away from the taller Rebels 66-53 at Crestview High School.

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Columbiana High Schools

Columbiana High School (700 Columbiana Waterford Road)
Crestview High School (44100 Crestview Road Suite B)