You have reached your limit of free articles this month.

Enjoy unlimited access to

Starting at just 99¢ for 8 weeks.


  • ePAPER

You have read of premium articles.

Get unlimited access to all of our breaking news, in-depth coverage and interactive features. Starting at just 99c for 8 weeks.


Welcome to

Your source for Clark and Champaign counties’ hometown news. All readers have free access to a limited number of stories every month.

If you are a News-Sun subscriber, please take a moment to login for unlimited access.

Beavercreek football preview

A 7-3 record and a rare share of the GWOC Central title. That’s all that Beavercreek is looking to improve upon this season. And they’ll have to do it minus 27 graduated seniors.

High School: Beavercreek

Division this season: I

Division last season: I

Region: 4

League/conference: GWOC Central.

Head coach: Scott Clodfelter. Entering his 10th year at Beavercreek. His career record is 39-51. GWOC 2006, 2007, 2012 coach of the year. 2011 Miami Valley Football Coach of the year, 2011 Southwest Ohio Coach of the year.

Assistant coaches: Butch Snider, Pete Ankrom, Kerry Davis. Chris Holtz, Kevin Tritschler, Steve Owens, Bosie Miliner, John Barr, Brad Woods.

2012 record: Conference 4-1; Overall 7-3.

2012 highlight(s)/notable achievement(s): Won the league championship for the first time since 1985.

5 key returners:

Airius Moore - 6-1, 217, sr., inside linebacker and fullback

Mike Berry - 6-3, 220, sr., QB,

Tyler Reasone r- 6-4, 240, sr., Inside Linebacker/TE

Daniel Meister 6-0, 240, sr. offensive guard,

RJ Cowans 5-10, 200, Nose Guard

Key newcomers:

Brandon Williams, 6-2, 175, jr., corner

Brian Loose, 6-1, 205, so., Offensive Lineman

Justin Eby, 5-10, 200, sr., Outside Linebacker/FB

Coaches comments: The Beavers again play one of the toughest schedules in the area in D-I with the highlight coming with a Week 3 visit from perennial power Hilliard-Davidson. Beavercreek will try to improve on last year’s 7-3 record despite the loss of 27 seniors.


8/30/2013 7:30 PM @ FAIRFIELD

9/6/2013 7:30 PM @ CARROLL


9/20/2013 7:00 PM PIQUA

9/27/2013 7:00 PM @ FAIRBORN

10/4/2013 7:00 PM NORTHMONT

10/11/2013 7:00 PM WAYNE

10/18/2013 7:00 PM @ SPRINGFIELD

10/25/2013 7:00 PM @ CENTERVILLE

11/1/2013 7:00 PM FAIRMONT

Reader Comments ...

Next Up in Sports

H.S. Results for 1/16: Troy girls win Pioneer Classic

The Troy girls bowling team’s baker game totals pushed them ahead of Centerville by four pins in the 24-team Pioneer Classic on Monday. Troy tallied a 3,763. Centerville had a 3,759. Bellefontaine finished third, followed by Vandalia, Coldwater and Versailles. Tacey Ballen of Centerville rolled the highest score in the tournament. The boys had...
Ohio State commits shine at Flyin’ to the Hoop
Ohio State commits shine at Flyin’ to the Hoop

Two future Ohio State basketball players who took the floor Monday at Trent Arena had different outcomes, but they both came out smiling. For Versailles junior wing Justin Ahrens, it was a matter of pride, scoring 26 points in a 61-56 win for the Tigers over Tri-Village at Day 4 of the 15th annual Premier Health Flyin’ to the Hoop. “They&rsquo...
Alter rallies to beat Middletown at Flyin’
Alter rallies to beat Middletown at Flyin’

Alter played its third game in four days and rallied in the fourth quarter to edge Middletown 48-44 in the Day 4 finale of the Premier Health Flyin’ to the Hoop at Trent Arena. Dominic Laravie had 21 points to lead the Knights (10-2), who beat Fenwick on Friday and lost to unbeaten and top-ranked Moeller (Division I) on Saturday. “It&rsquo...
Girls Basketball: Top-ranked Alter beats Tecumseh
Girls Basketball: Top-ranked Alter beats Tecumseh

Tecumseh found out early in a nonconference girls basketball game on Tuesday night that Alter is deserving of the No. 1 ranking in Division II. The Knights likely solidified their spot with a 66-52 win over Tecumseh. “We knew what we were getting into, and that’s why we wanted to play them,” Tecumseh coach Danielle Thomas said. &ldquo...
Wesley Christian (Ky.) edges CJ in OT at Flyin’
Wesley Christian (Ky.) edges CJ in OT at Flyin’

Jacquel Freeman-Parks hit a late 3 to force overtime but Chaminade Julienne couldn’t convert enough in the extra session and fell 51-49 in OT to Wesley Christian (Ky.) in Day 4 of the Premier Health Flyin’ to the Hoop at Trent Arena on Monday. Benson Lin led Wesley with 14 points. P’Hariz Watkins paced CJ with 19 points and Christian...
More Stories