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Ursuline wiping slate clean to begin state title run

November 8, 2013 Don’t think for a second that Ursuline High School coach Larry Kempe is bothered one bit by the fact his Irish enter the Division V playoffs with a below .500 record. more »»

Cardinal Mooney wins 60th Holy War

October 26, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — In what came as a shock to everyone at Stambaugh Stadium Friday night, Cardinal Mooney took the field (at game time) without its normal red jerseys. more »»

Ursuline turns showdown with Steubenville into rout

October 19, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — With 3 minutes, 9 seconds remaining in the second quarter Friday night, Ursuline quarterback Chris Durkin threw a beautiful 33-yard touchdown pass to Ben Phillips. more »»

Lake Catholic beats Ursuline

September 8, 2013 MENTOR — Mentor Lake Catholic racked up 425 yards of offense and scored twice in the fourth quarter to hand Ursuline its first loss on Saturday, 42-27. more »»

Ursuline football has new motto for 2013 season

August 17, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — The night of Nov. 17, 2012 will always stick in the minds of Ursuline High School football player. more »»

Kirtland rallies past Ursuline

November 18, 2012 AURORA — With 8 seconds remaining in the game and his team down one point, Ursuline coach Larry Kempe had no doubts about going for two. more »»

Ursuline to meet Kirtland again

November 16, 2012 Ursuline defeated Kirtland in two prior postseason meetings, in 2010 and 2008, en route to winning three consecutive Division V state championships. more »»

Three teams remain

November 12, 2012 And then there were three. At beginning of the high school football playoff season, 12 area teams were vying for a chance at a state title. Three of those teams still remain standing. more »»

Thigpen, Williams help Ursuline roll past Cuyahoga Heights

November 11, 2012 COPLEY — Up only nine points coming out of halftime, the Ursuline Irish turned to their two-headed rushing attack. more »»

Ursuline playing ‘very well’

November 9, 2012 As Cuyahoga Heights coach Al Martin talked about what his team needed to do in order to beat Ursuline on Saturday in the second round of the Division V, Region 17 playoffs, the phrase “very well”... more »»

Playoff games move to neutral sites

November 5, 2012 Seven area teams are left standing, and will now travel to neutral sites to take on their opponents in this week’s regional semifinal matchups. more »»

Ursuline moves on

November 4, 2012 SUGARCREEK — Chris Durkin was waiting all week, check that, all year for this. more »»

Ursuline primed for playoffs

November 2, 2012 It might have taken until Week 7, but the Ursuline football team finally found itself. It was against Steubenville at Harding Stadium when the Irish romped over the Big Red, 31-7. more »»

Girard gets first victory of season, beats LaBrae

October 13, 2012 LEAVITTSBURG — Trailing 25-20 in the fourth quarter, Girard scored twice to rally and defeat LaBrae for its first win of the season, 34-28. more »»

Ursuline displays mettle, rolls past Steubenville

October 6, 2012 STEUBENVILLE — For Youngstown Ursuline’s Larry Kempe, the start was a dream come true. For Reno Saccoccia, it was a nightmare. more »»


September 23, 2012 LAKEWOOD — Ursuline led 21-17 at halftime, but St. Edward scored 28 unanswered second-half points to blow past the Irish. more »»


September 15, 2012 LIBERTY 25, LaBRAE 20: LEAVITTSBURG — Things got interesting at LaBrae High School on Friday night as Liberty won the game with no time left on the clock. more »»

Ursuline fights back for win

August 26, 2012 YOUNGSTOWN — Riding all the momentum they could, the East Panthers jumped out to an 18-0 lead against the Ursuline Fighting Irish on Saturday afternoon. more »»

Rayen Stadium officially dedicated on Saturday

August 26, 2012 YOUNGSTOWN — Ed Matey had problems holding back the tears. For the East High School Athletic Director, he saw a dream become a reality. more »»

Senior lineman Pierce wants to do the right thing for Irish

August 12, 2012 By JOHN VARGO Tribune Chronicle YOUNGSTOWN — Khallid Pierce may not be a movie director, but he acts Spike Lee. The Ursuline senior lineman just wants to do the right thing. more »»


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