• BHS Varsity Boys Soccer
The Boardman High School boys soccer team lost 4-2 to Canton GlenOak on Oct. 4. Junior Nico DiIanni scored Boardman's first goal to even the game at 1-1 with only seconds remaining in the first half. Senior Christian Silvestri registered the Spartans' second half goal midway through the period. Junior Anthony Calautti had six saves for Boardman as keeper. The team is now 6-3-3 on the season and 3-1-1 in the Federal League.
The boys’ next meeting saw a comeback from a 2-0 halftime deficit to tie visiting Champion 2-2 on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 8. DiIanni scored Boardman's first goal off an assist from senior Mat Horvatich. Silvestri registered the tying score off an assist from sophomore Luke Marsco. Calautti had five saves for Boardman as keeper. The team is now 6-3-4 on the season and 3-1-1 in the Federal League.
• BHS JV Boys Soccer
In the Boardman JV soccer team game on Oct. 4, the Spartans remained undefeated in the league. Sophomore Fabio Bassil scored off an assist from junior Pete Ryan to lead Boardman in the 1-0 win. The JV team is now 9-1-2 on the season and 4-0-1 in the Federal League.
In the JV game on Saturday, Boardman defeated Champion 2-1. Ryan scored off an assist from junior Dalton Taylor. Bassil added an unassisted goal. Freshman Brian Fryda had four saves in the nets for the Spartans. The JV team is now 10-1-2 on the season and 4-0-1 in the Federal League.
• BGMS Volleyball
The Glenwood Middle School eighth-grade volleyball team defeated Liberty 25-16, 25-19 on Oct. 6. Ellie Hritz had four digs, two aces and one kill. Katie Platt had three assists, three kills and one dig. Krista Johnson had four aces, one kill and one dig. Courtney Platt had three aces and two digs. The girls are now 14-1.
The seventh-grade team also defeated Liberty 23-25, 25-16, 25-7. Nicolette Martino had six aces and six assists. Brittany Mathews had eight aces, two kills and one dig. Charlotte Voytko had four assists, one ace, one kill and one dig. Taylor Halowell had five kills and two aces. The girls improved to 2-13 on the season.