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Top eight schools from each region in the final report Oct. 30 will qualify for the playoffs. Division IV

Region 13 – 1. Perry (5-0) 12.05, 2. Mantua Crestwood (4-1) 10.25, 3. Peninsula Woodridge (5-0) 9.2, 4. Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (4-1) 8.65, 5. Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (4-1) 8.2, 6. Struthers (4-1) 8.1909, 7. Hubbard (4-1) 6.95, 8. Cortland Lakeview (3-2) 6.7, 9. Oberlin Firelands (4-1) 6.4, 10. Conneaut (3-2) 6.35, tie-11. Ravenna Southeast (3-2) 5.75, tie-11. Streetsboro (3-2) 5.75, 13. West Branch (3-2) 5.6. Region 15 – 1. Johnstown-Monroe (5-0) 12.2, 2. Steubenville (5-0) 10.5449, 3. Shelby (4-1) 9.35, 4. Heath (5-0) 9.3, 5. Carroll Bloom-Carroll (4-1) 8.55, 6. Cambridge (4-1) 7.1798, 7. Hebron Lakewood (4-1) 6.55, 8. Duncan Falls Philo (4-1) 6.2, 9. Wintersville Indian Creek (4-1) 5.5, 10. Amanda-Clearcreek (2-3) 5.3, 11. Newark Licking Valley (2-3) 5.15, 12. Canal Fulton Northwest (3-2) 4.9, 17. Beaver Local (2-3) 3.1, 18. Salem (2-3) 3.05, 19. East Liverpool (1-4) 2.05, 26. Minerva (0-5) 0.

Division V

Region 17 – 1. Garrettsville Garfield (5-0) 8.95, 2. North Lima South Range (5-0) 8.15, 3. Leavittsburg LaBrae (3-2) 6.55, 4. Orwell Grand Valley (4-1) 6.1788, 5. Youngstown Liberty (3-2) 6.15, 6. Wickliffe (4-1) 6.05, 7. Warrensville Hts. (3-2) 5.95, 8. Sullivan Black River (4-1) 5.45, 9. Rootstown (4-1) 5.4, 10. Magnolia Sandy Valley (3-2) 5.3, 11. Warren Champion (3-2) 5.0, 12. Columbiana Crestview (2-3) 4.8, 13. East Palestine (3-2) 4.75. Division VI

Region 21 – 1. Cuyahoga Hts. (5-0) 8.8, tie-2. Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas (4-1) 8.1, tie-2. Kirtland (5-0) 8.1, 4. Lisbon David Anderson (4-1) 6.7, 5. Columbia Station Columbia (3-2) 6.05, 6. Columbiana (4-1) 5.85, 7. Jeromesville Hillsdale (4-1) 5.5, 8. Independence (4-1) 5.35, tie-9. New Middletown Springfield (3-2) 5.05, tie-9. Smithville (4-1) 5.05, 11. Brookfield (3-2) 4.7737, 12. Dalton (3-2) 4.55, 15. United (2-3) 2.95, 18. Western Reserve (2-3) 2.75), 22. Southern (2-3) 2.1. Division VII

Region 25 – 1. Mogadore (5-0) 8.95, 2. Monroeville (5-0) 7.35, 3. Warren John F. Kennedy (5-0) 7.2, tie-4. North Jackson Jackson-Milton (4-1) 6.0, tie-4. Norwalk St. Paul (5-0) 6.0, 6. New Philadelphia Tuscarawas Central Cath. (4-1) 5.2717, 7. Toronto (4-1) 5.2, 8. East Canton (2-3) 3.85, 9. Windham (3-2) 3.5141, 10. Greenwich South Central (2-3) 3.2, 11. Sebring McKinley (2-3) 3.15, tie-12. Malvern (2-3) 2.9, tie-12. Newbury (3-2) 2.9, 15. Wellsville (2-3) 2.3081, 24. Leetonia (1-4) 0.7.

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Review: ZenPad 10 Z300C


The Asus ZenPad 10 isn t going to win any outstanding performance awards, but if what you re after is a budget, convertible tablet with a decent sound system, then this is the device for you, writes Glesni Holland, Deputy Editor, CPI Media Group.Review: ZenPad 10 Z300C

The 10.1-inch screen and 1,280 x 800-pixel resolution puts Asus above some of its competitors, such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab A, which supports a 9.7-inch screen with a slightly lower resolution of 1,024 x 768 pixels. Asus Splendid app also allows users to adjust image colour, brightness, contrast, and sharpness of the display, as part of their Tru2Life technology. Where the ZenPad let s itself down is its camera. The 0.3MP front camera lagged, meaning there was a slight delay before it was able to capture a selfie albeit, a poor quality selfie at that. Don t fall for the beautification mode that is included within the camera app; according to the company, it balances facial features, softens complexions and removes skin blemishes to create flawless photos all in real time (which is debatable, considering the pre-selfie delay mentioned above.) The front camera s only purpose should be for video calling. The keyboard is equipped with DTS-HD Premium Sound, which claims to transform stereo audio into virtual surround sound, and considering the price and size of this device, it actually achieves this reasonably well. While it may not suffice as a primary music player, it is perfectly adequate for a good quality Netflix experience.

The tablet alone weighs a total of 510g, which makes it ideal for on-lap usage. It also doesn t feel top heavy when connected to the keyboard. The size of the keyboard and touchpad mean it is useful for replying to emails and posting on social media, but it probably wouldn t be appropriate to try and compose a document of great length, especially if you are used to operating on a laptop-sized keyboard. Despite the particularly disappointing fact that the keyboard and tablet need to be charged separately, the tablet s battery life is impressive, and one of the major perks of this device. Predicted to last eight hours, it was able to withstand steady usage (browsing, social media, apps, and a few episodes on Netflix) and still be operational after a full day. However, the processor wasn t the best at coping with certain tasks on some of the apps. Similar to the delay on the camera app, there was also a significant five second delay when trying to undo artwork or notes. The tablet runs on a standard quad-core processor, but has failed to bring itself up to date by still using the Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system, whilst its competitors take full advantage of Marshmallow s nifty features.

So all in all, while being slightly outdated on the software side, this tablet is ideal if you re after a sturdy device with an attachable keyboard, good speakers and a vibrant display, but don t expect show-stopping camera functions or a speedy navigation system to be included in this budget purchase. The price for the tablet and keyboard combined retails at approximately £250.

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Potters take sixth at OVAC


WHEELING, W.Va. -East Liverpool’s boys golf team finished sixth out of 10 schools on Tuesday at the OVAC 4A golf tournament at the Speidel Jones Golf Jones at Oglebay. The Potters carded a 402. Meadowbrook won with a 325. The title was Meadowbrook’s ninth and third straight. Meadowbook’s Trey Singleton was the medalist with a 77.

For East Liverpool, Alex Tambellini had an 89, Owen O’Hara 98, Brennan O’Hara 105, Cole Orin 110 and John Bowen 128. The All-OVAC 4A golf team was Singleton (Meadowbrook), Tanner Hewison (Meadowbrook) 82, Paul Mastros (Steuvenbille) 82, Devin Webster (Meadowbrook) 83 and Tucker Rogers (Meadowbrook) 84. Oak Glen was 10th with a 530. For the Golden Bears, Josh Cline had a 117, Jayson Chappell 119, Conner Blake 134 and Tyler Ridgeway 160.

Ohio Valley Athletic Conference 4-A Golf Tournament

Speidel Jones Golf Course; Oglebay Park; Wheeling, W.Va. (Par 71)

Tuesday, September 13

TEAM SCORES: 1. Meadowbrook 325, 2. Steubenville 371, 3. Harrison Central 374, 4. Buckeye Local 378, 4. Edison 378, 6. East Liverpool 402, 7. St. Clairsville 414, 8. Union Local 433, 9. Weir (W.Va.) 456, 10. Oak Glen (W.Va.) 530. OVAC 2A

WHEELING, W.Va. – Southern Local finished sixth on Tuesday at the OVAC 2A golf tournament at the Crispin Course at Oglebay. Southern shot a 433. For the Indians, Nick May had a 95, Josh Boyle 107, Tanner Patterson 110 and Jarod Garner 121.

Wheeling Central’s Kyle Wensel shot a 6-under 65 to win medalist honors. Wheeling Central also won the championship with a 311 total. Bridgeport was second with a 342, Steubenville Central was third at 343, River fourth at 355 and Toronto sixth with 363.

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