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State cross country title a reality for Lakota East’s Horter
 Lakota East High School junior Dustin Horter has won the state cross country championship dozens of times … in his head. On Saturday, Horter finally experienced it for real. Horter said he prepared for the Division I state championship with prayer and meditation. But even Horter couldn’t have seen what was coming with about 600...

12:00 AM Sunday, Nov. 06, 2016

Lakota East High School junior Dustin Horter has won the state cross country championship dozens of times … in his head. On Saturday, Horter finally experienced it for real. Horter said he prepared for the Division I state championship with prayer and meditation. But even Horter couldn’t have seen what was coming with about 600...
Cross-country: West Liberty-Salem soaking up state atmosphere
 A week ago at the Division III cross-country district championships, Catholic Central freshman Addie Engel couldn’t match the kick of Bradford sophomore Karmen Knepp and finished second. On Saturday, Engel never gave Knepp that chance. Engel punished the D-III field with a 36-second victory, crossing the line in 19 minutes, 10.47 seconds...

10:45 PM Wednesday, Nov. 02, 2016

A week ago at the Division III cross-country district championships, Catholic Central freshman Addie Engel couldn’t match the kick of Bradford sophomore Karmen Knepp and finished second. On Saturday, Engel never gave Knepp that chance. Engel punished the D-III field with a 36-second victory, crossing the line in 19 minutes, 10.47 seconds...
State cross-country: Hard work, heart bolster Bellbrook girls
 The experts projecting the outcome at the Division II state cross-country meet put the Bellbrook High School girls around sixth or seventh. The Golden Eagles’ reaction? You can’t forecast heart and hard work. Bellbrook surprised the D-II field — and even coach Jeanne Johnson — at last Saturday’s regional meet...

9:13 PM Wednesday, Nov. 02, 2016

The experts projecting the outcome at the Division II state cross-country meet put the Bellbrook High School girls around sixth or seventh. The Golden Eagles’ reaction? You can’t forecast heart and hard work. Bellbrook surprised the D-II field — and even coach Jeanne Johnson — at last Saturday’s regional meet...
State cross-country: Hard work, heart bolster Bellbrook girls
 The experts projecting the outcome at the Division II state cross-country meet put the Bellbrook High School girls around sixth or seventh. The Golden Eagles’ reaction? You can’t forecast heart and hard work. Bellbrook surprised the D-II field — and even coach Jeanne Johnson — at last Saturday’s regional meet...

9:13 PM Wednesday, Nov. 02, 2016

The experts projecting the outcome at the Division II state cross-country meet put the Bellbrook High School girls around sixth or seventh. The Golden Eagles’ reaction? You can’t forecast heart and hard work. Bellbrook surprised the D-II field — and even coach Jeanne Johnson — at last Saturday’s regional meet...
Lakota East’s Horter dominates regional meet, will head back to state
 Entering the Division I regional cross country championships as the defending champion — and winning last year’s race by 20 seconds — Lakota East High School junior Dustin Horter figured he might find himself running alone again Saturday. He did. So Horter visualized a competitor ahead of him — former Mason standout...

3:54 AM Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016

Entering the Division I regional cross country championships as the defending champion — and winning last year’s race by 20 seconds — Lakota East High School junior Dustin Horter figured he might find himself running alone again Saturday. He did. So Horter visualized a competitor ahead of him — former Mason standout...
Lakota East’s Horter dominates regional meet, will head back to state
 Entering the Division I regional cross country championships as the defending champion — and winning last year’s race by 20 seconds — Lakota East High School junior Dustin Horter figured he might find himself running alone again Saturday. He did. So Horter visualized a competitor ahead of him — former Mason standout...

12:25 AM Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016

Entering the Division I regional cross country championships as the defending champion — and winning last year’s race by 20 seconds — Lakota East High School junior Dustin Horter figured he might find himself running alone again Saturday. He did. So Horter visualized a competitor ahead of him — former Mason standout...
Catholic Central’s Engel wins regional cross country crown
 A week ago at the Division III cross country district championships, Catholic Central freshman Addie Engel couldn’t match the kick of Bradford sophomore Karmen Knepp and finished second. On Saturday, Engel never gave Knepp that chance. Engel punished the D-III field with a 36-second victory, crossing the line in 19 minutes, 10.47 seconds...

12:18 AM Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016

A week ago at the Division III cross country district championships, Catholic Central freshman Addie Engel couldn’t match the kick of Bradford sophomore Karmen Knepp and finished second. On Saturday, Engel never gave Knepp that chance. Engel punished the D-III field with a 36-second victory, crossing the line in 19 minutes, 10.47 seconds...
Soccer: Shawnee girls challenge top-ranked team

2:35 PM Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016

Consider it the elephant in the room — err, on the field — for the Shawnee High School girls soccer team. How do you bring down the state’s No. 1 ranked team in Division II? Little by little. “The girls laugh at me,” said Shawnee coach Mike Gannon, “but the way I describe it to them is how do you eat an...
Champions collide as Greenon girls face top-seeded Shawnee

11:18 PM Monday, Oct. 24, 2016

The main goal for the Greenon Knights girls soccer team was simple — win more games than last season. The goal-oriented Knights did that. And then some. The Knights (14-3-0) needed 10 games to surpass last season’s win total (6-7-4). Those 14 wins were also better than the last seven seasons. “I played for Greenon in high...
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...
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