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Top Local Sports Story of 2012

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Below are the nominees for the Top Local Sports Story of 2012.  Read each one, then go to the bottom of this page to vote for your favorite top story.  You can vote once between Monday, December 3rd and Friday, December 14th. 

We will reveal the results on Christmas Eve.

Top Local Sports Story of 2012

Kokrak Makes PGA - Warren JFK graduate Jason Kokrak makes PGA tour.

Terrific Trio - Three Lowellville basketball players score career 1,000th point in same season.

Super Catch - Warren Harding graduate Mario Manningham makes key catch in Giants winning drive during the Super Bowl.

Playoff Phantoms - The Youngstown Phantoms make USHL playoffs for first time in franchise history.

Wolfe Drafted - Beaver Local's Derek Wolfe drafted by Denver Broncos.

Champion Champions - The Champion softball team wins the state softball championship.

U.S. Open Qualifier - Mill Creek golf pro Dennis Miller qualifies for the U.S. Open

NYPL All Star Game - The Mahoning Valley Scrappers host the 2012 New York Penn League All Star Game.

Rayen Stadium Revitalized - Rayen Stadium is reopened with East and Ursuline.

Penguins Beat Pitt - The Youngstown State football team beats Pitt, but fails to make the playoffs.

 

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