Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Miami Valley Sport Update April 22nd

Wilmington whips Washington in boys track

Trace nips East Clinton 3 2

Teams encouraged by Invite finishes

Xenia wins first match in nearly four years

Redskins Raiders both win 10 0

Loramie girls notch 11th win

Browns return to Monday Night Football for first time since 99

Sidney takes two from Trotwood

Mechanicsburg baseball reloads for 2015 season

Quick work

Piqua teams compete at Vandalia

Keller finds new home

Piqua splits with Wave

Marauders defense shines

Timely hits earn Bellbrook a win

Tipp falls to top ranked Alter

Elder Burgbacher steps down

Tipps Rittenhouse wins state bowling title

The next level

Tipps Peura opens with win at state

Trojans top Bulldogs 10 2

Back for more

Devils take 9th at Tipp Relays

TVS sweeps Blazer Relays

Eaton softball wins two games on the week

Local robotics team headed to national championships

Kerns comes home to take over NT football

North stays unbeaten in CCC

Eaton 2nd 3rd at Eagle Relays

South struggles at plate

North softball wins four of six

South baseball in groove wins three

Arrows face daunting schedule now 2 5

Arrows finish busy week 1 3

Trail split pair on week

From rivals to best friends

From has six RBI in Columbus Grove victory

Baths offense ignites

Boys volleyball team opens with pair of wins

Northmont Track teams look solid

Softball team routs Fairmont

Baseball team drops two

Boys fall to Fairmont

Baseball Bolts hand Fairmont its 1st loss

Lady Bolts sweep Wayne

Thunderbolts beat C J Springboro

Young Comets Have Potential

Monroe over Wildcats

Mason Sweeps

Warriers/Comets Strong Start

2 in state

Ansonia baseball defeats Houston

Arcanum baseball falls to Fort Recovery

Ansonia baseball swept by Marion

Versailles wins 2 games at Zac Richard Classic

Versailles softball wins league game

Arcanum beats FM at Fifth Third Field

Tri Village defeats Bradford in a slugfest

Arcanum baseball shuts out Ansonia

Bradford softball beats Tri Village

TV junior high volleyball players violate regulations

Sunday, April 19, 2015

South Sweeps

Spring weather can be a roll of the dice, but this weekend’s TVS Invitational had wonderful weather.  The fans responded by packing the stands, and the athletes performed well - making for a successful meet.  South swept 1st place among the 16 team field with both the boys and girls teams winning.  Other local teams finished as follows: Girls – Eaton 9th; Brookville 11th, TCN 12th, Dixie 13th, Shawnee 14th, Trail 15th.  Boys – Dixie 2nd; Eaton 3rd; Brookville 4th; TCN 9th, Trail and Shawnee tie  14th.

Top finishers: 4X800 TVS girls 1st (Madison Wright, Megan Wright, Grace Stewart, Abby Creech) 10:08.75 – meet record. 4X800 TVS boys 1st (JJ Utz, Sammy Shockey,Ethan Wells, Matt Hemmelgarn) 8:33.57. 100m hurdles 1st Hailey Thies TCN 16.84. 110m hurdles 1st Seth Reynolds  15.15. 100m dash 1st Mylan Crews 13.08. 100m dash Clayton Washington 1st 11.51; Isaiah Pritchard 2nd.  4X200m relay 1st TVS (Abby Beneke, Delany Adams, Grace Stewart, Mylan Crews). 4X200m relay 1st TCN (Garrett Woodyard, Austin Johnson, Billy Daughterty, Trey Summers).

4X100m relay Dixie 1st (Zach Roberts, Clayton Washington, Ethan Arnett, Isaiah Pritchard), 300m hurdles 1st Seth Reynolds Eaton 42.48.  800m run Madison Wright 1st 2:26.25. 800m run TVS JJ Utz 1st 2:06.76; Sammy Shockey TVS 2nd. 200m dash Dixie Clayton Washington 23.54. 3200m run Taylor Broermann 1st Eaton 12:04.42. Discus TVS Aaron Deaton 1st 139’9”. High jump TCN Hailey Theis 1st 5’4”. High jump Eaton Seth Reynolds 1st 6’.  Long jump TVS Jared Kirkpatrick 1st 21’4”. Shotput TVS Aaron Deaton 1st 49’5”; Tristen Sizemore TVS 2nd.

Coach Livingston of Dixie had a few of dinged up athletes when I was able to catch up to her.  One had taken a tumble on the track and had a skinned up shoulder, one had to drop out of the mile due to a stress injury, and yet another was icing a sore knee.   So not quite a mash unit, but the coach felt that all would be ready for the next meet.  “It has been a good meet for us, Madison Swigart came within a second of the school record in the 400m dash.

“We don’t have a very large team this year, and we are young but still talented.  We just got back from spring break, and are just getting back into the swing of things.   We have relay teams that can improve as well as some individual performers.  Cassidy Shell scored points for us in the discus and shotput.  Sydnee Reynolds had a personal best in the discus.  Madison Swigart also placed in the 100, so she is having a good meet.   Unfortunately our pole vaulter, Adrianna Parker, is out for the year.”
“It’s been a good season for us so far,” stated coach Hughes, the New Lebanon boys track coach, “we took first place in the Franklin Monroe relays.  We graduated some distance kids last year, but other than that we have pretty much everyone back from last season.   We were also at the Anna meet against some tough MAC completion and got 5th place there – but that’s the best we ever finished.  We had a good meet at the Eaton relays – finishing behind Dunbar, which always has a really good team by 5 points.  We have some kids that I think can compete at regionals and maybe even state.  
Nick Adams is having a good year, he is the school record holder in the pole vault. Clayton Washington and Isiah Pritchard finished 1-2 in the 100 meter dash and Pritchard was also 2nd in the long jump with Washington 3rd.  So both of them are having a good meet.  Dakota Grise is only a freshman but he has been clearing 5’ 9” and today he cleared 5’10” for 3rd place.   

The TVS girls won the Fred Durkle Invitational for the first time since it was started in 2002. Coach Mabry had this to say about the meet, “It started with the 4X800m relay team – they set the tone for the meet right off the bat. They broke the meet record and once we got started, we gathered momentum from there.  Mylan Crews had a good night, winning the 100 meter and just getting beat out in the 200 meter, she was also on the 4X200m relay which won, and lead off the 4X100m relay which got 4th.  So it was a good performance by a freshman in her first really big meet.  She stepped up and handled the pressure well.”

He continued, “Abbey Beneke placed well in both hurdle events.  Madison Wright placed in both the 400m and 800m runs. Megan Wright scored in both the 1600m and the 3200m runs.  All 4 of our relays placed.   Abbey Creech did nice the high jump.  We also got some points from the discus (Haily Keener) and the pole vault (Emily Hutchings, Delany Adams).  It may have been just a few points here and there, but last year the district meet came down to the last event – every point that we can get matters.”

Next he was asked how the season has gone from the beginning to now, “We won a quad meet at Dixie,  we next went to the National Trail relay meet and won that.  We next had a dual meet against North which allowed everyone to get on the track and to see what we have.  But overall I have been pleased with what all we have done and their work ethic.  We have some depth – every event this last weekend, we had someone in the top 5.  There have been years where we have been strong in sprints or strong in distance, but this year we seem to have it all.”


South’s coach Faber was the last coach up, “I thought things went fairly well, this was one of our goals this year – to win our invitational.   Our 4X800m relay team set a personal best for the season.  Both our hurdlers (Luke Stoner, Josh Chapman) ran well – Chapman had a personal best in the 300m hurdles.  Jared Kirkpatrick had a personal best in the long jump – 21’4”.  Aaron Deaton and Tristen Sizemore were 1st and 2nd in the shot put and had personal bests.   JJ Utz finished 1st in the 800m and was on the 4X800m team that won.  

Friday, April 17, 2015

TVS Sweeps the TVS Fred Durkle Invitational

Both the South Boys and Girls track teams won at todays TVS Fred Durkle Invitational.   Below are a few pics from the meet, check back for a story:












Saturday, March 14, 2015

March 14 Miami Valley Sports Update

Central State to join SIAC

2015 AP Southwest all district boys and girls teams

Valparaiso beats Green Bay to win Horizon League title

Three Amigos lead the way

Five tool Ferrell on spring training blitz

Cope places in two events at State

Vikings perfect on Day 1

Tipps Peura opens with win at state

More history for Red Devils

It takes two

Tipp falls to top ranked Alter

Russia Loramie collide in regional play

Russia JC eye district titles

Cingrani gives up homer Reds lose

Browns quiet in free agency so far

For now Bucks happy at QB

Browns sign QB Lewis

Loramie advances to regional finals Saturday night

Early returns on Hoying excellent

OT upset puts JC in regional

SHS wrestlers done

Inside the Lines

Indians advance seven to state

Fitting finish for Brown

Parkes win state titles

One win from Columbus

Vikings fall

East has perfect day

Dieringer Brown to place at state

Buccs Vikings find podium

Finishing on top

Ohio high school state basketball tournament results for March 12

Regional berth just out of Spencervilles reach

Multi state illegal deer operation busted

Bolts fall to Xenia in sectional

F 18 Hornet added to Air Show lineup

Bengals work on offensive line as next step in free agency

Ohio expects to get at least 4 teams in NCAA Tournament

New ground

Trail loses opening round against Versailles

Flyers Beat Rhode Island - Go to Final

Mason Wrestling District Title

Mason Gymnast Wins State

Versailles loses in district championship game

Cook Linkous named top players

Guillozet named GWOC Norths best

Athletes earn all district honors

Patriots advance to regionals

WC softball earns first win

Rams set to fight for district title

Xenia Fairborn make return to state mats

Bauer helped Xenia trump GWOC South

Edward Jones presented with game ball

Lady Aviators compete at District meet

Lady Aviator rally falls just short

Aviator matmen second in GWOC North

Helke Sacks advance to District

Aviators season ends in tourney opener

Five Aviators advance to District

Pole vaulters strong in final indoor meet

A new era in D III

2 Eagles cruise

Tipps season ends in semis

Red Devils look to keep making history

Cash returns

Picking up victories

New ground

Just what they needed

Bitter rivals

Buccs Ganger not bothered by big stage

Hancock not backing down

3rd quarter dooms Minster

Raiders capture sectional title

Russia defeats Southeastern Local for district championship

Anna upsets previously unbeaten Madeira

Two Jackets qualify for state

Jackson advances to district finals

Inside the Lines

Lady Tigers keep rolling

Tough way to finish season

Three point shooting sparks Lady Raiders

Bryant wins D I sectional title

Lady Tigers shine at state

Triad stuns Lehman boys

Russia boys handle Bradford

Feeling comfy

Back to Columbus

Tigers Raiders win district

Buccs send four to state

Brown headed to state

Fitting finish for Brown

LCCs Huffman notches district crown

Thobe nets 33 to lead Flyers into regionals

Thirsty for 3s

Sampson ready for state debut

Lima Seniors Graham Cousey to sign with Ashland

Lady Bolts whip Springfield

Bolts end an era with win

Lady Bolts fall in sectional

Bolts tie for 2nd at GWOC

Bolts fall to Xenia in sectional

Three wrestlers qualify for state

State ranked SCD pulls away from Greeneview

Xenia Fairborn make return to state mats

Elks end Xenias season

Bauer helped Xenia trump GWOC South

Bulldog girls fall in OT

Celebrating a Tipp legend

Arrows comeback falls short

Trail falls to Miami East

North gets routed by one seeded CJ

Shawnee finishes last week of regular season with two wins

Shawnee wrestling sends five to districts

Eaton loses to Dunbar in opening round

Basketball showcase this weekend

South loses in sectional semi finals

Trail loses opening round against Versailles

Backtoback titles for Richmond

Wolves back in NAIAs

Richmond looks forward to regional

Gresham Visits Raiders

Cardale Jones opens Spring Training

AJ Hawk Signs with Bengals

Browns Sign Reciever

Mohawks Over Indians

West Sectional Title

Devon Still Hope

Elder Over Thunderhawks

Mason Volpenhein 2 titles

Kings Soph Wins State

West over Lebanon

Tim Tebow to NFL?

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

South Be-Deviled by Brookville

The Brookville Blue Devils focused on stopping one player - Wes Cole.  Cole, who had been fighting illness coming into the game, was held to just 5 points - and South could not find anyone else to score against Brookville's box and one defense. The defense was effective in that the chaser kept Cole from touching the ball from most of the night, and the box kept South from driving to the basket.

  Finally South, with the exception of the 2nd quarter, had problems shooting from the outside.  South’ defense, which had been playing with more vigor as of late, couldn’t keep Brookville from scoring.  And Brookville’s taller lineup did a fair job on the boards as well.

As has been the case in several of the last few games, South got out to a slow start offensively.  Brookville had a nice run to start the game, and South was forced to play catch up trailing 8-2.  In the second quarter, South’s offense got on track and they actually outscored Brookville with 5 players nailing treys during the frame and at the half they were down by 4, 25-21.  Cole provided momentum going into the locker room with a steal and layup right before the buzzer.

But that momentum did not carry far, Cole would not score the rest of the night and South was having problems hitting shots from outside again. With no one else stepping up, South was struggling to find any offense.  The third quarter was a wash with both teams scoring just 6 points each.  Brookville had another nice run to start the 4th quarter and went into a slowdown at the midway point.  South responded with a trapping defense.  Both teams were giving bonus, but Brookville was an impressive 18 of 20 on the night, while South only made 2 of 10.  With the Blue Devils acing shots at the foul line, South could not make up any ground and finally fell 51-39.

Still South had a good season – an undersized but scrappy team that utilized intensity on defense and physicality on the boards to compete against taller teams. They could strike from outside, but were proficient in driving to the basket. Again using strength and quickness to drive to the basket for scores. They were also a hard luck team.  Almost all their losses were by a basket or less.  So they very easily could have had several more wins and only lost to the number one ranked team in the state by a last second basket. 

“It was hard to prepare for this game with Wes Cole being sick,” stated coach Augspurger afterwards, “We considered the possibility that they might do something special against Wes.  But with him being out, we got ready with what we already knew.  We wanted our defense to keep them from being able to score, and I thought our effort was there. Brad Cox had one of his best nights ever for them. We held down their main two scorers, but he came thru for them in a big way. They outplayed us tonight – and they shot much, much better from the free throw line.”


He went on about the season, “I really enjoyed this team; this team played basketball the way that Twin Valley South basketball should be played.  They played tough, they played hard and with intensity. I was disappointed that we could not continue on for them. Our 5 seniors will be tough to replace. Wes Cole has been a very good athlete for us. Anthony Augspurger was a hard nosed defender, Jacob and Jason helped quite a bit too. They were good, they will be missed.” 

Miami Valley Sports March 10th

WC softball earns first win

Rams set to fight for district title

Xenia Fairborn make return to state mats

Bauer helped Xenia trump GWOC South

Edward Jones presented with game ball

Lady Aviators compete at District meet

Lady Aviator rally falls just short

Aviator matmen second in GWOC North

Helke Sacks advance to District

Aviators season ends in tourney opener

Five Aviators advance to District

Pole vaulters strong in final indoor meet

A new era in D III

2 Eagles cruise

Tipps season ends in semis

Red Devils look to keep making history

Cash returns

Picking up victories

New ground

Just what they needed

Bitter rivals

Buccs Ganger not bothered by big stage

Hancock not backing down

3rd quarter dooms Minster

Raiders capture sectional title

Russia defeats Southeastern Local for district championship

Anna upsets previously unbeaten Madeira

Two Jackets qualify for state

Jackson advances to district finals

Inside the Lines

Lady Tigers keep rolling

Tough way to finish season

Three point shooting sparks Lady Raiders

Bryant wins D I sectional title

Lady Tigers shine at state

Triad stuns Lehman boys

Russia boys handle Bradford

Feeling comfy

Back to Columbus

Tigers Raiders win district

Buccs send four to state

Brown headed to state

Fitting finish for Brown

LCCs Huffman notches district crown

Thobe nets 33 to lead Flyers into regionals

Thirsty for 3s

Sampson ready for state debut

Lima Seniors Graham Cousey to sign with Ashland

Lady Bolts whip Springfield

Bolts end an era with win

Lady Bolts fall in sectional

Bolts tie for 2nd at GWOC

Bolts fall to Xenia in sectional

Three wrestlers qualify for state

State ranked SCD pulls away from Greeneview

Xenia Fairborn make return to state mats

Elks end Xenias season

Bauer helped Xenia trump GWOC South

Bulldog girls fall in OT

Celebrating a Tipp legend

Arrows comeback falls short

Trail falls to Miami East

North gets routed by one seeded CJ

Shawnee finishes last week of regular season with two wins

Shawnee wrestling sends five to districts

Eaton loses to Dunbar in opening round

Basketball showcase this weekend

South loses in sectional semi finals

Trail loses opening round against Versailles

Backtoback titles for Richmond

Wolves back in NAIAs

Richmond looks forward to regional

Gresham Visits Raiders

Cardale Jones opens Spring Training

AJ Hawk Signs with Bengals

Browns Sign Reciever

Mohawks Over Indians

West Sectional Title

Devon Still Hope

Elder Over Thunderhawks

Mason Volpenhein 2 titles

Kings Soph Wins State

West over Lebanon

Tim Tebow to NFL?

Tri Village wins 4th consecutive sectional title

Versailles wins district title

Versailles eliminates Arcanum

Franklin Monroe starts strong but loses to Troy Christian

Versailles returns to regionals

2 Greenville girls earn GWOC North recognition

2 Versailles girls named 1st team all MAC

Brown named player of the year

Linkous helps lead Cedarville to NCAA tournament

No quick answer to Ohio State QB question

Bradford girls finish 4th boys 5th at state meet

Tri Village girls place 8th boys 9th at state meet

Sunday, March 01, 2015

Miami Valley Sports March 1

Eagle boys advance easily

Inside the Lines

Lady Raiders advance in hoops

Like looking in mirror

Feeling comfortable

Lady Tigers keep rolling

Tough way to finish season

Three point shooting sparks Lady Raiders

Bryant wins D I sectional title

Bath rolls to sectional crown

LCC girls move on to district in hoops

Elks stop Northmont

Lady Bolts whip Springfield

Wrestling team wins at Lakota East

Bolts end an era with win

Out manned Bucs bow out of tourney

Pitchers battling for spot in Reds rotation

Cedarville buzzsaw defeats Xenia Christian

Bailey may not be ready for Reds opener

Greeneview Rams advance

Rainbow threes fight off feisty Fairborn

Rams win sectional title

Cope places in two events at State

Hard work paying off

Tecumseh ousts Troy in sectionals 1st round

Tipp advances to sectional title game

Indians reach sectional title game

Vikings season ends

Win for Griffin

Troy football to begin interview process

Tipp advances

Trojans season ends

Troys Pascale Scott advance

Zelnicks legacy cemented at state meet

Girls Basketball Association to host tournaments

Lady Bolts fall in sectional

Bolts fall to Xenia in sectional

Tigers top Devils 83 58

Bulldog girls fall in OT

Eagles fall but seniors leave legacy

Patriots fall in sectional final

Seton Catholic starting five bears burden

Red Devils focus on selves

Jimmy Johnson Pulls Away

Mason Falls to Elyria

East Sophomore Crushes Record

Fairfield West Rolls

Lakota East Advances

East Girls Roll to Sectional

Mason to State

Missing Race Car recovered

Versailles wins sectional title

Bradford loses to Minster as Wildcat coach reaches milestone

Schondelmyer takes the reins at Tri Village

Murphy surprises self with quick success in college

Hard work leads to success for Pipenger

Fort Loramie eliminates Ansonia from postseason

Lady Patriots upset in sectional final

Tri Village tops Emmanuel Christian in tournament

Triad eliminates MV from tournament

After slow start FM defeats Miami Valley

Greenvilles Badell finishes 20th in state

Greenville defeats Springboro

Defense the Difference in South Win






This past week South went back to basics on defense during their preparation and it paid dividends in the opening round of the state tournament. It may have been first round jitters but South had problems scoring in the first quarter.  Anthony Augspurger finally scored the first points of the night after South went scoreless for the first 4 and a half minutes. But fortunately their defense had held West Liberty to just 6 points at that juncture. South finished out that first quarter strong and were only down by a point at the end of the first quarter (7-6).

In addition to a refocused defense, South hit the boards hard and despite West Liberty-Salem’s height advantage, they did a good of pulling rebounds off of the glass. They were very effective snagging defensive rebounds, which limited the Tigers ability to get points off of put backs. South played an aggressive man to man defense the entire game while the Tigers alternated between man to man and zone defenses.

At about the 3 minute mark of the second quarter, South got their first lead of the night.  The Tigers made their first defensive switch of the night dropping the man defense and going to a zone defense. But the Panthers proceeded to go on a little run to close out the first half with the lead 20-13.

South broke the game open in the second half. West Liberty had the South lead down to 2 points in the 3rd quarter.  Wes Cole then got into a shooting zone and scored 12 points in the quarter  and gave South an 8 point lead.  When West Liberty pressured the edge to get Cole out of his game, South fed the ball inside in the 4th quarter and went on a 10-2 run to extend the lead even more thanks to Augspurger who scored 9 of his 15 points in the last quarter. 

The Tigers went into a press in the last 5 minutes as they pulled out all of the stops in an effort to generate some points.  Being aggressive they fouled and South shot a decent 9 of 14 from the foul line.  South outscored West Liberty and was able to empty the bench in last minute and a half as they won 56-38.

“We talked this past week about how we played so well defensively in the first 12 games or so,” spoke coach Augspurger after the game, “and it wasn’t that we were a bad defensive team – but we were not doing things as well in the second half of the season. And this week we went back to doing drills, working on fundamentals and doing things the right way. And tonight I thought that we played 3 excellent quarters of defense. That was definitely the key to the game.”

Next he was asked about South breaking the game open in the second half, “It all started when Wes Cole got hot and started feeling it in the 3rd quarter. He hit a crazy shot at the end of the quarter to give us momentum. Then I thought that Anthony Augspurger did a great job of going inside and being strong in the 4th.  And we clamped the D back down - not giving them good looks and that was what made the biggest difference. At this point, you survive and move on.”


South will be playing Brookville on Tuesday at 6pm at Bellbrook High School, “Brookville is scary, they are playing better than when we played them the first time.  They know us and we know them – they chose to play us and they have had more time to get ready. Brookville plays in this league, so they play in this gym all the time so that is an advantage for them.  I just hope that we continue to be nasty on D and we will see what we see.”


Thursday, February 26, 2015

South Drops from Tournament





South was dropped from the State Tournament in the first round by Southeastern's Lady Rams. Southeastern used an aggressive press and sharp ball movement on offense to keep the Panthers off balance the entire game. South had a rough time figuring out the press and the Trojans half court defense.  Dominating from beginning to end the Trojans defeated South 64-16.

South was struggling against the Ram press and the Rams made their first lineup change of the game.  Looking across the court as they lined up in man to man defense, each Ram player was a head taller than the corresponding South girl that they were guarding. So not only were they quick and athletic, they were also taller than the Panthers.  The team could not catch a break at all on the night.

South could not slow down and had to play at full speed as the Rams pressed for almost the entire game.  South did try a zone and some man to man to defense in the half court to try and slow down the pace of scoring, but the Rams adjusted well and did not slow down their pace on offense much at all. Still the girls scrapped as best they could for all 4 quarters.


It was not the best season for the Panthers, but on a positive note the numbers are up for both Varsity and Junior Varsity teams from a year ago.  Also all the starters are underclassmen, so there should be a lot of experience coming back for next season.  And it wouldn’t hurt for one or two of the players to hit a growth spurt over the summer, the team has to be one of the shorter teams around.

“They are quick and can shoot the ball, “ said coach Mabry of Southeastern, “We played them hard and I told them afterwards that they are starting to see the game. We had places where we passed well and moved the ball. But other places where we used the wrong pass, or tried to pass over top of people. There are still things like we need to work on.”

Milan Crews did a pretty good for being thrown into the fire as freshman at point, “ he responded when asked about the point guard, “she and a lot of the players have a lot of work to do.  It’s really up to them – how much time do they want to put in the off season to be better?  Over the year from last year to this year I think that we did get better. We easily could have had a couple of more wins. But when you let things get away from you in a season like this then it snow balls. It’s not that they give up – it’s that the frustration sets in.” 

South will lose two seniors this season, Jessica Keener and Abbey Horton, “They knew coming in that with the players we had that playing time was going to be limited. They accepted their roles.  They were leaders on the team – not always on the court, but in the locker room and at practice. I am proud of them for their leadership.”


Scoring for TVS: Bingham 1, Crews 2, Hutchings 4, Vorhis 1, Creech 4, Newhart 2, J. Keener 2. 

Miami Valley Sports Update Feb. 26th

Fourth quarter run earns Xenia outright GWOC South title

Greenon falls Carroll moves on

Twins effort has Wayne seeing double

Out manned Bucs bow out of tourney

Cedarville buzzsaw defeats Xenia Christian

Bailey may not be ready for Reds opener

Bad second half ends Carrolls season

Lady Aviator rally falls just short

Aviator matmen second in GWOC North

Cope smashes two records at District

Local teams gearing up for sectionals

Tecumseh ousts Troy in sectionals 1st round

Tipp advances to sectional title game

Lady Jackets notch 22nd win

Another North title for Sidney

Houston downs Bradford in makeup action

Jackson girls advance to finals

Anna reaches sectional finals

Russia cruises into sectional finals

Houston gets past Bradford 57 49

Tourney time

Hoying embraces each promotion

Lauren Hill makes it through full season

Inside the Lines

Taking class out of room

Lady Tiger Fab Five ready for state

Bryant reaches milestone

Striving to become special

Local teams move on

Southeastern tackles Lady Buccs victory hopes

Lady Indians keep rolling

Lady Raiders advance in hoops

Like looking in mirror

Ashland ousts Lima Senior

Columbus Grove takes advantage of free throws to top Bath

Bluffton unable to stay with Coldwater

Fairmont foils Northmont

Fairmont foils Northmont

Fairmont foils Northmont

Firebirds soar over Bolts

Lady Warriors defeat Northmont

Lady Bolts fall in sectional

Bolts tie for 2nd at GWOC

Pitchers battling for spot in Reds rotation

Bad second half ends Carrolls season

Celebrating a Tipp legend

Lady Eagles blowout Indian Lake in opening round

Lady Arrows cruise to opening round victory

Trail loses pair of match ups

Panthers fall in first round of sectional

Eaton beats Trail loses to Bellbrook

Wave loses to 1 seeded Tipp

Greenville defeats Versailles

1 seeded Tipp

Fickert Joins St. Joseph

Bradford stutters in 2nd half against Newton

Slow start boys basketball contribute to Trojans loss

Versailles swimmers aim for podium

Tri Village dominates Jefferson

Versailles boys MVs Teeter qualify for district tourney

Badell hopes to drop more time at state meet

Tri Village finishes regular season undefeated

Arcanum wins regular season finale