POLAND - Shaking off a sluggish first quarter, the Bulldogs' offense took over and finished off Boardman 42-14.
Boardman cracked the scoreboard early on a Isaiah Lyle one yard touchdown run.
However, Poland would answer. Pinned at their own one yard line, the Bulldogs only needed two plays to go the length of the field.
Ross Gould took a handoff on the second play of the drive and took it 96 yards for the score.
Boardman would once again take the lead, this time on quarterback Darius Sanders two yard run late in the first quarter, putting the Spartans up 14-7.
But, once again, Poland would come back to tie the score. Gould capped off a 63 yard drive with an eight yard run to pull the game even once again.
In the second quarter, the Bulldogs would take their first lead of the game, 21-14. A 31 yard drive would culminate with a Tyler Evon one yard touchdown run.
The Bulldogs would pull away in the fourth quarter.
Gould would pick up his third score on the night, this time from one yard out to push their lead to two scores.
Later in the quarter, Jake Wolfe scored on a 26 yard touchdown scamper, increasing their sizable lead to 35-14.
Then with just over a minute to go in the game, Anthony Audi punched it in from three yards out to finish off the Bulldogs' scoring spree.
Boardman (0-3) will look to pick up their first victory next week when they host GlenOak.
Poland (3-0) will travel to Niles.
Poland - 392 yards
Boardman - 196 yards
Poland - Ross Gould: 24 carries for 209 yards 1 TD
Boardman - Dawan Britt: 2 carries for 48 yards
Warmer than normal temperatures can be expect this week along with rain showers at times.
In the span of less than 12 hours on Tuesday, Youngstown police found themselves caught up in three high-speed pursuits through parts of the city's South Side.
During a speech Tuesday trying to drum up support for the Affordable Health Care Act, President Obama cited the example of a Poland woman who is battling cancer and is able to remain on her parents' health insurance to pay for treatment.
A robber made off with thousands in cash from a quick loan store in Warren.
UPDATE: A former Boardman teacher was sentenced Wednesday after pleading guilty to sexual battery charges and admitting to having a sexual relationship with a student.
The Columbiana County Sheriff's Office welcomed its newest deputy Wednesday.
UPDATE: A suspect allegedly involved in a South Side robbery and police chase that ended in a crash is out of the hospital and in jail.
UPDATE: Youngstown police officers have been involved in three high-speed chases since Tuesday, with two of them happening overnight.
An 18-year-old man was arrested and taken to St. Elizabeth Health Center after crashing his pickup truck into a telephone pole during a police chase following an armed robbery just a few minutes before the crash.
The Home Saving Charitable Foundation presented the United Way with a $40,000 check Tuesday afternoon.
A woman from Poland was recognized by President Obama during a speech about the health care law on Tuesday.
Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Ronald Rosser spoke to Niles students about the importance of receiving an education.
Community members gathered in Warren on Tuesday evening for a forum on restoring the peace in a city plagued by violence in recent years.
Trumbull County Recorder Diana Marchese said veteran identification cards will be available shortly after the first of the year.
Thousands of Trumbull County records damaged by floodwaters in downtown Warren this past summer are being restored to their original condition.
Trumbull County Auditor Adrian Biviano said commissioners will not see much of an increase from the current budget next year.