5th-seeded Toronto topped No. 6 Shenandoah 56-50 in the Division IV sectionals. Nate Karrafa scored 16 points and Nick Sninchak added 10 for the Red Knights. Toronto will play No. 4 Malvern Friday night.
No. 4 Shadyside beat Toronto in the sectional playoffs 71-34. Jozaeyah Jordan led Toronto with 13 points.
Toronto has named, former Harrison Central assistant, Anthony Hayes as its new head football coach. 23 people applied for the job.
High school wrestling, Toronto won the Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference championship. The Red Knights finished with 198 team points, followed by Southern, Columbiana, Wellsville and East Palestine.
River downed Toronto 54-24 in the other 2-A semifinal. Nate Karaffa and Lucas Gulczynski each had six points for the Red Knights.
Toronto downed Wellsville 60-25. Kendal Thomas scored 15 points and Maddie Anderson added 10 for the Red Knights.
Toronto beat Edison 57-33. Nate Karaffa had 21 points and Trillion West added 11 for the Red Knights. Isaac Schmitz and Alec Bane both had eight points for the Wildcats.
Steubenville Catholic Central topped Toronto 62-29. Julia Zatta scored 17 points and Tia Taglione had 10 for the Crusaders. Bianca McDonald led Toronto with 11 points, while Jozaeyah Jordan added 10.
Toronto topped Lisbon 66-61. Nate Karaffa led the Red Knights with 21 points, while Trillion West added 15.
Veteran Toronto football coach Eric Meek has retired. Meek recently finished his eighth season of his second stint with the Red Knights. Before returning to Toronto, coach Meek led Weir High and Wellsville to playoff appearances and won a state title with Weir High in 2005.