JFK's Chad Zallow set a state record of 36.87 in the boys 300 Meter Hurdles on his way to a first place finish. Zallow also placed first in the 110 Meter Hurdles, while brother Carl Zallow placed first in the 100 Meter Dash. The JFK boys weren't done there. They placed second in the 4x200 Meter Relay with both Zallow's, Robert Seger and Zach Watt running.
The JFK Eagles boys team placed third overall in the State.
The McDonald boys had a good showing as well, finishing fifth overall.
Ryan Fillman of United finished ninth in the 300 Meter Hurdles. The Eagles team of Fillman, Alex Phillips, AJ Bokanovich, and Michael Martin placed seventh in the 4x100 Meter Relay.
Andrew O'Leary of South Range placed second in the 400 Meter Dash, while Zach Watt of JFK finished sixth. The South Range boys team of Adam Meloy, Cole Krumpak, Jake Arsuffi, and Andrew O'Leary finished fifth in the 4x400 Meter Relay.
Patrick Kunkel of McDonald placed third in the 1600 Meter Run. He also ran for the 4x800 Meter Relay team, along with Robert Johnson, Allan Coviello, and David Natoli who finished fifth. Kunkel also placed fourth in the 800 Meter Run.
Maplewood's team of Solomon Yoder, Mike Dahman, Derek Morrison, and Wyatt Hartman placed fourth in the 4x800 Meter Relay. Hartman placed second in the 800 Meter Run, while Morrison finished 12th.
Robert Johnson of McDonald placed second in the 3200 Meter Run, with Time Nichols of South Range finishing just behind him for third.
Marcus Mosley of Ursuline finished ninth in the 200 Meter Dash. The Irish's Preston Williams finished ninth in the High Jump.
Zack Conley of McDonald finished 15th in the high jump.
Columbiana's Britton Steiginga finished fifth in the long jump, while Jake Arsuffi of South Range finished 12th.
Stephen Pop of Maplewood placed third in the Discus Throw. Christian Smith of McDonald finished sixth in the Discus Throw and Jon Kenney of South Range finished eighth.
On the Girls side, Morgan Rice of JFK placed first in the 100 Meter Hurdles with a time of 14.81. Rice also finished fourth in the 300 Meter Hurdles.
Brookfield's Tori Thompson finished ninth in the 300 Meter Hurdles.
Shartece Taylor of Wellsville placed second in the 100 Meter Dash. She also finished 10th in the Long Jump. Taylor wasn't done there. She finished seventh in the 200 Meter Dash.
Eric Pavick of Maplewood finished 13th in the 800 Meter Dash.
United's Allison Parks finished fifth in the 1600 Meter Run. Parks, Emily Guappone, Maggie Briceland, and Chloe Bortmas finished fourth in the 4x800 Meter Relay.
Jai'Lyn Mosley of McDonald finished fourth in the Discus Throw, while teammate Tory Ross finished seventh. Columbiana's Addie Dunlap finished ninth.
Leah Blaney of Badger finished 11th in Long Jump, with Olivia Pilon of Bristol finishing 15th.
Shayla Ray of Columbiana finished 11th in the High Jump, while Taylor Baumiller finished 16th.
On Tuesday, 37 kids celebrated Christmas a little bit early thanks to the Trumbull County Sheriff's Office and its Shop with a Cop program.
A long-time Liberty Township eyesore went up in flames and smoke Tuesday afternoon.
UPDATE: Police have arrested a teenager in connection to a Sunday night shooting at a Warren convenience store that injured another teen.
The FBI is now offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a Youngstown murder suspect.
Fellows Riverside Gardens at Mill Creek Park is all ready for Christmas.
A Columbiana church is helping people make it through the holidays after losing a loved one.
Seventeen years after she died, the daughters of a Youngstown woman say knowing their mother has finally been identified is just a step in the process.
Sister Jerome's Kids offers help to college students from low-income families, with the aspiration of making sure they finish their post-secondary education.
A weak disturbance moving into the area will trigger some afternoon snow showers Wednesday. Accumulations will be light. Look for a few flurries around Wednesday night through Thursday morning.
Local auto workers are making the sure the holidays are memorable for more than 100 children.
Testimony continued Tuesday in the trial for the first of four alleged accomplices in a deadly home invasion in Niles.
Warren police are investigating a burglary where a man was found bound and gagged in the basement of his house.
A Trumbull County funeral director charged with theft and corruption is now facing theft and vandalism charges in South Carolina.
Retired boxer Kelly Pavlik has yet another date in a local courtroom after being arrested early Monday morning.
A man wanted in a double murder from 2011 was arraigned in Mahoning County Court on Tuesday.
A bank in Austintown is closed for business.