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Cross Country: Centerville’s Kilroy returns to win district title
 Centerville held back sophomore Grace Kilroy through the regular season as she recovered from an injury. Centerville unleashed Kilroy at the Division I district championships at Cedarville University on Saturday. Kilroy, running in her second full meet this season, won the D-I championship by nine seconds. Kilroy, who finished 12th at the...

3:26 AM Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016

Centerville held back sophomore Grace Kilroy through the regular season as she recovered from an injury. Centerville unleashed Kilroy at the Division I district championships at Cedarville University on Saturday. Kilroy, running in her second full meet this season, won the D-I championship by nine seconds. Kilroy, who finished 12th at the...
Cross Country: Centerville’s Kilroy returns to win district title
 Centerville held back sophomore Grace Kilroy through the regular season as she recovered from an injury. Centerville unleashed Kilroy at the Division I district championships at Cedarville University on Saturday. Kilroy, running in her second full meet this season, won the D-I championship by nine seconds. Kilroy, who finished 12th at the...

3:26 AM Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016

Centerville held back sophomore Grace Kilroy through the regular season as she recovered from an injury. Centerville unleashed Kilroy at the Division I district championships at Cedarville University on Saturday. Kilroy, running in her second full meet this season, won the D-I championship by nine seconds. Kilroy, who finished 12th at the...
HS Cross Country: Troy shocks top-ranked Centerville to win GWOC

9:03 PM Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016

The Troy High School cross country program anticipated one conference title at the GWOC championships on Saturday. And junior Morgan Gigandet delivered with a resounding victory – winning by a little more than a minute – to claim her second straight girls individual title. The second championship, though, was more unexpected &mdash...
HS Cross Country: Eaton’s Gard can’t catch Middie’s Smith
 The scenic Fort St. Clair Park, site of the Ed Leas Fall Classic cross country meet, holds historical significance. The spacious park with soft, rolling hills was the site of an important supply depot in the late 1790s. It’s also where six Kentucky riflemen died in a skirmish with Chief Little Turtle. Eaton’s Seth Gard learned...

10:28 PM Saturday, Oct. 08, 2016

The scenic Fort St. Clair Park, site of the Ed Leas Fall Classic cross country meet, holds historical significance. The spacious park with soft, rolling hills was the site of an important supply depot in the late 1790s. It’s also where six Kentucky riflemen died in a skirmish with Chief Little Turtle. Eaton’s Seth Gard learned...
HS Cross Country: Eaton’s Gard can’t catch Middie’s Smith
 The scenic Fort St. Clair Park, site of the Ed Leas Fall Classic cross country meet, holds historical significance. The spacious park with soft, rolling hills was the site of an important supply depot in the late 1790s. It’s also where six Kentucky riflemen died in a skirmish with Chief Little Turtle. Eaton’s Seth Gard learned...

10:28 PM Saturday, Oct. 08, 2016

The scenic Fort St. Clair Park, site of the Ed Leas Fall Classic cross country meet, holds historical significance. The spacious park with soft, rolling hills was the site of an important supply depot in the late 1790s. It’s also where six Kentucky riflemen died in a skirmish with Chief Little Turtle. Eaton’s Seth Gard learned...
Tipp boys soccer one win from GWOC division title

12:39 AM Thursday, Oct. 06, 2016

Tippecanoe survived one rivalry game Tuesday night. Now all that stands between the Red Devils and a GWOC division soccer title — in their first season no less — is surviving another. Tipp (12-1-1 overall, 8-0-1 GWOC) held its tenuous lead in the Greater Western Ohio Conference’s American Northern Division with a 1-1 tie...
Tennis: Tecumseh’s Mulkey pulls sectional upset
 When Tecumseh High School’s Karli Mulkey saw her Division I sectional tournament draw, the senior couldn’t help but smile. It was a sharp contrast from last year’s bracket that left Mulkey discouraged. “Last year as soon as I heard I was playing (Northmont standout) Marissa Anderson I was like, ‘Well, it&rsquo...

11:17 PM Wednesday, Oct. 05, 2016

When Tecumseh High School’s Karli Mulkey saw her Division I sectional tournament draw, the senior couldn’t help but smile. It was a sharp contrast from last year’s bracket that left Mulkey discouraged. “Last year as soon as I heard I was playing (Northmont standout) Marissa Anderson I was like, ‘Well, it&rsquo...
Arian McNeil, Greenon tennis player, now 25-0
 After she stopped playing soccer, Arian McNeil still wanted to keep busy as she entered her freshman year at Greenon High School. Once she considered her options the choice seemed obvious for McNeil, also a standout softball player. “I said, ‘What do I play now?” said McNeil, who saw similarities in tennis and softball....

12:39 AM Wednesday, Oct. 05, 2016

After she stopped playing soccer, Arian McNeil still wanted to keep busy as she entered her freshman year at Greenon High School. Once she considered her options the choice seemed obvious for McNeil, also a standout softball player. “I said, ‘What do I play now?” said McNeil, who saw similarities in tennis and softball....
Troy’s Gigandet, Bethel’s Hamlin win at Miami County championships
 As Troy cross country standout Morgan Gigandet started the final leg of the Miami County Championships on Saturday, a spectator yelled for the junior to make a run at the course record. Gigandet, though, kept pace with her original plan. “I just wanted to run and not strain myself,” Gigandet said. “I think I accomplished...

8:48 PM Saturday, Oct. 01, 2016

As Troy cross country standout Morgan Gigandet started the final leg of the Miami County Championships on Saturday, a spectator yelled for the junior to make a run at the course record. Gigandet, though, kept pace with her original plan. “I just wanted to run and not strain myself,” Gigandet said. “I think I accomplished...
Piqua’s Grant wins ‘one of the big ones’ at Eldora

10:33 PM Sunday, Sep. 25, 2016

Prior to Saturday, Justin Grant’s biggest victory at Eldora Speedway came on Mother’s Day weekend in 2015. On Saturday, Grant earned perhaps the granddaddy of them all. Grant, a California native who lived in Piqua in recent years, held off a hard-charging Chris Windom to win the USAC sprint car feature at the prestigious 4-Crown...
Obstacles abound at the Bellbrook Cross Country Invitational

10:16 PM Saturday, Sep. 24, 2016

There are at least three water crossings — including one through a creek that immediately challenges footing on a muddy, slippery hill. There are three large rocks waiting to greet runners’ shins should they cut a zig-zagging pattern too close. Then there’s those barking dogs as the course runs past backyards butting up...
Springfield’s Shirk chasing final points title at Columbus Speedway
 With points championships decided Saturday at Columbus Motor Speedway drivers anticipate a little more trading paint than in previous weeks. But no matter how frantic the race to the finish is the toughest moments will come off the track. Columbus Motor Speedway – a popular one-third-mile paved oval – hosts the final race in the...

11:32 PM Thursday, Sep. 08, 2016

With points championships decided Saturday at Columbus Motor Speedway drivers anticipate a little more trading paint than in previous weeks. But no matter how frantic the race to the finish is the toughest moments will come off the track. Columbus Motor Speedway – a popular one-third-mile paved oval – hosts the final race in the...
High School Football: Injured junior an inspiration for Mechanicsburg
 The Mechanicsburg Indians are playing for some major goals this season, including: • Most career wins in school history for a senior class • Another Ohio Heritage Conference championship • A fourth straight appearance in the OHSAA state playoffs • A chance to play for a state championship But more important than any of...

11:15 PM Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016

The Mechanicsburg Indians are playing for some major goals this season, including: • Most career wins in school history for a senior class • Another Ohio Heritage Conference championship • A fourth straight appearance in the OHSAA state playoffs • A chance to play for a state championship But more important than any of...
Five drivers file suit against Eldora Speedway
 Dirt late model driver Scott Bloomquist and four other drivers filed a $16.5-million lawsuit against World Racing Group and subsidiary UMP DIRTcar Racing, Eldora Speedway and track owner Tony Stewart last week, according to a report by Courthouse News Service. The five drivers – Bloomquist, Jimmy Owens, Gregg Satterlee, Brandon Sheppard...

7:53 PM Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016

Dirt late model driver Scott Bloomquist and four other drivers filed a $16.5-million lawsuit against World Racing Group and subsidiary UMP DIRTcar Racing, Eldora Speedway and track owner Tony Stewart last week, according to a report by Courthouse News Service. The five drivers – Bloomquist, Jimmy Owens, Gregg Satterlee, Brandon Sheppard...
Cross Country: Shawnee girls, boys eager to move up state ladder
 SPRINGFIELD – It’s becoming tradition for the Shawnee High School boys and girls cross country teams to end the season at the state meet. The boys have qualified the past six seasons. The girls have gone two straight. And to hear senior Joel Rodgers talk about it, expect both to end up at Hebron’s National Trail Raceway...

4:55 AM Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016

SPRINGFIELD – It’s becoming tradition for the Shawnee High School boys and girls cross country teams to end the season at the state meet. The boys have qualified the past six seasons. The girls have gone two straight. And to hear senior Joel Rodgers talk about it, expect both to end up at Hebron’s National Trail Raceway...
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