High School Baseball, Weir advanced to the regional tournament with a 9-6 win over Fairmont Senior. Jake Rosnick hit a three-run homer, Donavan Spencer drove in three for Weir High. Levi Mikula, Adam Cowden and Coty Enrietti drove in runs for the Red Riders.
Division II Dover ended Big Red’s season 3-1.
Kameron DiMarzio drove in Big Red’s run. Rhiannon Petrisko and Hayley Stamps both had two hits for Steubenville.
Division III playoffs, Edison beat Coshocton 15-1. Charli McConnell homered, singled and drove in four, McKenzie Morrison homered, doubled and drove in two for the Wildcats.
Skylar Fankhauser had two RBI, while Makayla Petrisko and Tommi McConnell each had an RBI for Edison.
Ohio Division IV District semifinal, Toronto topped St. John Central 4-0.
Jamie Anderson struck out six, Allyson Kuntz drove in two for the Red Knights. Shanna Reed and Hannah Parker each had an RBI and Gina Fogle had two singles and a double for Toronto.
Oak Glen is on its way to the state tournament after a 3-1 win over Petersburg.
Hannah Clunk had six Ks, Hannah Patterson tripled and singled for the Golden Bears. Alexa Andrews had two singles and an RBI for Oak Glen.
Game 1 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference finals is tonight in Boston as the Celtics host the Cavaliers at 8:30.
The Browns added needed cornerback depth by agreeing to a two-year contract with free agent Jason McCourty.
McCourty played for the Titans the past eight seasons.
Cleveland lost fourth-round pick Howard Wilson to a fractured patella in minicamp.
The Penguins visit Ottawa tonight for Game 3 of the NHL’s Eastern Conference finals.
Pittsburgh’s Bryan Rust, Justin Schultz and Patric Hornqvist are listed as day-to-day with upper body injuries, and it’s unclear if they will play.
The series is tied at one game apiece.
Join 106.3 The River and the Trinity Health System Stream at 7:30 for the pregame.
Corey Dickerson hit two of Tampa Bay’s five home runs as the Rays beat the Indians 6-4.
Anthony Rizzo, Kyle Schwarber and Ian Happ all went deep to lead the Cubs past the Reds 9-5.