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Cincinnati Reds: 5 things to know Monday’s first full-squad workout
 It’s a crowded Sunday at the Reds complex in Goodyear, Arizona as position players reported for physicals ahead of Monday’s first full-squad workout. Here are 5 things to know as the Reds get back to work. In past years Bryan Price came to camp knowing who his opening day starter was going to be and the manager wasn’t afraid...

Posted: 4 days ago

It’s a crowded Sunday at the Reds complex in Goodyear, Arizona as position players reported for physicals ahead of Monday’s first full-squad workout. Here are 5 things to know as the Reds get back to work. In past years Bryan Price came to camp knowing who his opening day starter was going to be and the manager wasn’t afraid...
High School Football: Dunbar honors five players at signing ceremony
 Mother Nature held things up for a day, but two of Dunbar high school’s elite athletes made their college choices official Thursday. Wide receiver Joseph Scates and running back Tavion Thomas both ended the long recruiting trail by accepting full-ride scholarships to Division I schools. Thomas, who had originally made a verbal commitment...

Posted: 14 days ago

Mother Nature held things up for a day, but two of Dunbar high school’s elite athletes made their college choices official Thursday. Wide receiver Joseph Scates and running back Tavion Thomas both ended the long recruiting trail by accepting full-ride scholarships to Division I schools. Thomas, who had originally made a verbal commitment...
GWOC American Conference teams intend to leave Trotwood-Madison out, form new league
 The mega-team Greater Western Ohio Conference apparently is on its way out. Superintendents, principals and athletic directors met in the annual winter meeting Wednesday at the Huber Heights Athletic Foundation where a bomb was delivered: All of the American Conference North and South division teams want out. Their intention is to begin a...

Posted: 15 days ago

The mega-team Greater Western Ohio Conference apparently is on its way out. Superintendents, principals and athletic directors met in the annual winter meeting Wednesday at the Huber Heights Athletic Foundation where a bomb was delivered: All of the American Conference North and South division teams want out. Their intention is to begin a...
Unbeaten Wittenberg rolls over Ohio Wesleyan
 The beard lives on in Springfield. Wittenberg men’s basketball coach Matt Croci says he won’t shave until his team loses this season and the Tigers made sure the growth will continue with a 93-72 win over Ohio Wesleyan on Wednesday night. The Tigers (16-0, 9-0) climbed to No. 5 in the D3hoops.com poll this week and promptly proved...

3:14 AM Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018

The beard lives on in Springfield. Wittenberg men’s basketball coach Matt Croci says he won’t shave until his team loses this season and the Tigers made sure the growth will continue with a 93-72 win over Ohio Wesleyan on Wednesday night. The Tigers (16-0, 9-0) climbed to No. 5 in the D3hoops.com poll this week and promptly proved...
6 things to watch this week in area college, high school basketball
 It’s a busy week of basketball for teams around the Miami Valley so we thought you might need a little help keeping up with the action. Here are six things you might want to keep an eye on involving local high school and college teams. Dayton at Richmond The Flyers still haven’t won back-to-back games this season. Now they need...

3:31 PM Monday, Jan. 08, 2018

It’s a busy week of basketball for teams around the Miami Valley so we thought you might need a little help keeping up with the action. Here are six things you might want to keep an eye on involving local high school and college teams. Dayton at Richmond The Flyers still haven’t won back-to-back games this season. Now they need...
Dayton women roll past Rhode Island in record-setting fashion
 Playing short-handed doesn’t seem to bother the University of Dayton women’s basketball team. The Flyers posted a second straight blowout victory to open the Atlantic 10 schedule, beating Rhode Island 116-58 at UD Arena on Thursday night. Due to injuries, the Flyers (9-4, 2-0) have been down to seven healthy players for the past...

2:06 AM Friday, Jan. 05, 2018

Playing short-handed doesn’t seem to bother the University of Dayton women’s basketball team. The Flyers posted a second straight blowout victory to open the Atlantic 10 schedule, beating Rhode Island 116-58 at UD Arena on Thursday night. Due to injuries, the Flyers (9-4, 2-0) have been down to seven healthy players for the past...
Raiders hope recent success continues on the road
 Wright State has figured out the formula for winning at home, now the Raiders needs to find a way to win on the road if they hope to be a serious contender for the Horizon League title. Scott Nagy’s team will get that chance in the next couple of weeks. Five of the next six games are on the road, beginning with a three-game trip that...

8:15 PM Thursday, Jan. 04, 2018

Wright State has figured out the formula for winning at home, now the Raiders needs to find a way to win on the road if they hope to be a serious contender for the Horizon League title. Scott Nagy’s team will get that chance in the next couple of weeks. Five of the next six games are on the road, beginning with a three-game trip that...
Fight mars Fairmont-Trotwood girls basketball game
 It was an ugly scene at Trent Arena on Wednesday night as the girls basketball game between Trotwood-Madison and Fairmont was called with four minutes left to play. »RELATED: High School results for Dec. 20 »NATIONAL SIGNING DAY: Where are area players going to play college football? According to witnesses, an incident broke out...

4:26 AM Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017

It was an ugly scene at Trent Arena on Wednesday night as the girls basketball game between Trotwood-Madison and Fairmont was called with four minutes left to play. »RELATED: High School results for Dec. 20 »NATIONAL SIGNING DAY: Where are area players going to play college football? According to witnesses, an incident broke out...
Xenia’s Meechi Harris signs with Cincinnati
 Meechi Harris has decided to go from a “Wildcat” to a “Bearcat” in his choice for a college football team. Xenia’s all-star receiver signed a national letter-of-intent on Wednesday to play for the University of Cincinnati. Harris had verbally committed to Kentucky back in October, but this week rescinded that...

7:41 PM Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017

Meechi Harris has decided to go from a “Wildcat” to a “Bearcat” in his choice for a college football team. Xenia’s all-star receiver signed a national letter-of-intent on Wednesday to play for the University of Cincinnati. Harris had verbally committed to Kentucky back in October, but this week rescinded that...
Dayton Flyers legend Donoher honored by USBWA with Dean Smith Award
 For a guy who loves to steer clear of the spotlight, Don Donoher couldn’t avoid it Wednesday night. More than 400 people came out to celebrate the Dayton Flyers Hall of Fame coach as he was honored by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association with the Dean Smith Award. “It’s a real tribute to not an individual but the university...

4:23 AM Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017

For a guy who loves to steer clear of the spotlight, Don Donoher couldn’t avoid it Wednesday night. More than 400 people came out to celebrate the Dayton Flyers Hall of Fame coach as he was honored by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association with the Dean Smith Award. “It’s a real tribute to not an individual but the university...
College Football: Wittenberg wraps up 10-0 season, awaits playoff foe
 It’s the kind of game you hope to have on Senior Day. Wittenberg removed the suspense early at Edwards-Maurer Field, bolting to a 27-0 lead cruising to a 47-21 win Saturday over Wooster. The victory finished off the sixth 10-0 season in coach Joe Fincham’s 22 years in Springfield, and the first since 2010. Wittenberg finds out...

9:20 PM Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017

It’s the kind of game you hope to have on Senior Day. Wittenberg removed the suspense early at Edwards-Maurer Field, bolting to a 27-0 lead cruising to a 47-21 win Saturday over Wooster. The victory finished off the sixth 10-0 season in coach Joe Fincham’s 22 years in Springfield, and the first since 2010. Wittenberg finds out...
Boys soccer: Alter blanked in state semifinals

2:31 PM Thursday, Nov. 09, 2017

It’s been a fun ride for the reigning Division II boys state soccer champions this season. That success also earned the Alter Knights a bit bigger target on their backs, and the team they faced Wednesday night in the state semifinals has been waiting a whole year to take another shot. Columbus St. Francis DeSales made the most of that...
High School Football: Centerville rookie coach enjoying the ride
 It’s not supposed to be this easy. Centerville coach Brent Ullery said he’s heard that a time or two this season as the Elks have rolled to a 10-1 record that includes a Greater Western Ohio Conference National East title and a first-round playoff win. “Everybody has really high expectations for these players,” the...

3:38 PM Monday, Nov. 06, 2017

It’s not supposed to be this easy. Centerville coach Brent Ullery said he’s heard that a time or two this season as the Elks have rolled to a 10-1 record that includes a Greater Western Ohio Conference National East title and a first-round playoff win. “Everybody has really high expectations for these players,” the...
College Football: Dayton Flyers start fast, crush Marist

9:18 PM Saturday, Nov. 04, 2017

It’s been a long, uphill battle for the Dayton Flyers, but after losing four of their first five games they’ve won four of their last five to keep their hopes of a winning season alive. Dayton (5-5, 3-3) ran out to a 30-0 halftime lead Saturday and beat Marist 36-17 on Senior Day at Welcome Stadium. The Flyers scored on six of...
College Football: Flyers host Marist on Senior Day

3:36 PM Friday, Nov. 03, 2017

It’s something every football player will face in his career — the time when there are no more games to play. That emotion will hit 19 seniors Saturday at Welcome Stadium when the Dayton Flyers host Marist in the home finale at 1 p.m. While the Flyers will have one more game, Nov. 18 at Valparaiso after a bye week, the light at...
High School Football: Rivals Alter, CJ face off for 2nd straight week
 Losing a football game to your archrival usually makes for a long offseason, but there is a chance the bragging rights might not last that long in the series between Alter and CJ. The Knights blitzed the Eagles 34-6on Friday in the regular-season finale at Roger Glass Stadium. Both teams knew they would be in the playoffs win or lose, and...

2:14 PM Monday, Oct. 30, 2017

Losing a football game to your archrival usually makes for a long offseason, but there is a chance the bragging rights might not last that long in the series between Alter and CJ. The Knights blitzed the Eagles 34-6on Friday in the regular-season finale at Roger Glass Stadium. Both teams knew they would be in the playoffs win or lose, and...
Playoff-bound Fairmont Firebirds have ‘learned what it takes to win’
 It’s often said that things have to get worse before they get better, and that happened at Fairmont last season. Dave Miller’s first Firebirds team finished 1-9, so it’s hard to imagine a program with one winning season in the last seven years would now be preparing for the playoffs. “You go back to December and January...

1:36 PM Monday, Oct. 30, 2017

It’s often said that things have to get worse before they get better, and that happened at Fairmont last season. Dave Miller’s first Firebirds team finished 1-9, so it’s hard to imagine a program with one winning season in the last seven years would now be preparing for the playoffs. “You go back to December and January...
College Football: Dayton Flyers storm back to bounce Butler

9:25 PM Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017

The Dayton Flyers saved their best for last at Welcome Stadium on Saturday, rallying from a double-digit deficit at halftime to hold off Butler 27-22. Senior safety David Leisring intercepted a pass at the Dayton 12-yard line as the Bulldogs were driving for the go-ahead points in the final minute. Dayton (4-5, 3-3) kept Butler (5-4, 3-3)...
College Football: Patience pays off for UD’s Maloney

4:14 PM Friday, Oct. 27, 2017

Coaches look for a variety of traits when recruiting a player out of high school. Size, speed and toughness come to mind right away. And then there’s patience. That’s the one skill senior linebacker Kevin Maloney has used most since joining the Dayton Flyers four years ago fresh off an impressive career at Avon High School in...
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