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Fairfield holds off Big Blue, finishes alone in second place in GMC
 The Greater Miami Conference championship eluded Fairfield High School’s baseball team this season, but the Indians still have titles on their minds. Defending co-champion Fairfield finished alone in second place behind Lakota West in the conference standings after Sunday’s 4-3 triumph over Hamilton at Joe Nuxhall Field. The Indians...

Posted: 15 days ago

The Greater Miami Conference championship eluded Fairfield High School’s baseball team this season, but the Indians still have titles on their minds. Defending co-champion Fairfield finished alone in second place behind Lakota West in the conference standings after Sunday’s 4-3 triumph over Hamilton at Joe Nuxhall Field. The Indians...
HHS gets rivalry weekend off to good start, handles Badin 7-3
 Hamilton High School’s baseball team is hoping for a positive weekend heading into Division I postseason play, and Saturday night was a very good start. Big Blue more than doubled host Badin in hits and the Kellum brothers, Ryan and Gunner, combined on a five-hitter in a 7-3 victory at Alumni Field. “It feels good to win,&rdquo...

Posted: 16 days ago

Hamilton High School’s baseball team is hoping for a positive weekend heading into Division I postseason play, and Saturday night was a very good start. Big Blue more than doubled host Badin in hits and the Kellum brothers, Ryan and Gunner, combined on a five-hitter in a 7-3 victory at Alumni Field. “It feels good to win,&rdquo...
Six Badin student-athletes commit to playing in college
 Six Badin High School student-athletes confirmed their collegiate choices during a recent ceremony at the school. They are: • A.J. Ernst, who will play baseball at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Ernst is hitting .250 with seven RBIs and seven steals this spring. He will major in mechanical engineering. • Olivia Keene, who...

Posted: 17 days ago

Six Badin High School student-athletes confirmed their collegiate choices during a recent ceremony at the school. They are: • A.J. Ernst, who will play baseball at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Ernst is hitting .250 with seven RBIs and seven steals this spring. He will major in mechanical engineering. • Olivia Keene, who...
Ross’ Haynes commits to Mount St. Joseph for soccer
 Ross High School senior Lauren Haynes has announced her commitment to Mount St. Joseph University and the Lions’ women’s soccer program. Haynes, a forward, collected one goal and two assists last fall for the Rams.

Posted: 18 days ago

Ross High School senior Lauren Haynes has announced her commitment to Mount St. Joseph University and the Lions’ women’s soccer program. Haynes, a forward, collected one goal and two assists last fall for the Rams.
Coleman, Croucher, O’Donnel will represent THS athletics in college
 Three Talawanda High School senior student-athletes made their collegiate choices official during a recent ceremony at the school. Zoe Coleman will play softball at Miami University Hamilton. The outfielder is leading the Braves in hitting this spring with a .493 average and has four doubles, eight triples, 19 RBIs and 25 runs. Luke Croucher...

Posted: 18 days ago

Three Talawanda High School senior student-athletes made their collegiate choices official during a recent ceremony at the school. Zoe Coleman will play softball at Miami University Hamilton. The outfielder is leading the Braves in hitting this spring with a .493 average and has four doubles, eight triples, 19 RBIs and 25 runs. Luke Croucher...
Hornets run-rule Franklin, now alone atop SWBL Southwestern
 There was no real pressure when Monroe High School senior Sarah Eschmeyer stepped to the plate for the second time in the bottom of the fifth inning Wednesday. It was simply time to have a little fun on Senior Night. “I thought, ‘Let’s do something with this. Let’s run-rule them,’ ” said Eschmeyer, who...

Posted: 19 days ago

There was no real pressure when Monroe High School senior Sarah Eschmeyer stepped to the plate for the second time in the bottom of the fifth inning Wednesday. It was simply time to have a little fun on Senior Night. “I thought, ‘Let’s do something with this. Let’s run-rule them,’ ” said Eschmeyer, who...
Softball: Potent bats not enough for Fenwick in 16-11 loss to Bacon
 A strong dose of offensive prowess wasn’t enough to produce a victory Tuesday for Fenwick High School’s softball team. Falcons coach George Moore has experienced this scenario before, and he admitted it’s getting a bit frustrating. “What you saw today was kind of the story of our season,” Moore said after visiting...

Posted: 20 days ago

A strong dose of offensive prowess wasn’t enough to produce a victory Tuesday for Fenwick High School’s softball team. Falcons coach George Moore has experienced this scenario before, and he admitted it’s getting a bit frustrating. “What you saw today was kind of the story of our season,” Moore said after visiting...
Carlisle knocks off Waynesville, sets up Wednesday showdown
 The Southwestern Buckeye League Buckeye Division baseball title chase likely will come to a head Wednesday at Waynesville High School. And the Carlisle Indians can’t wait. Carlisle handed visiting Waynesville its first SWBL defeat of the season Monday at Sam Franks Field, a 7-5 decision that nudged the Indians into first place in the...

Posted: 21 days ago

The Southwestern Buckeye League Buckeye Division baseball title chase likely will come to a head Wednesday at Waynesville High School. And the Carlisle Indians can’t wait. Carlisle handed visiting Waynesville its first SWBL defeat of the season Monday at Sam Franks Field, a 7-5 decision that nudged the Indians into first place in the...
College Insider: Blue’s Morrison having sophomore success at Gannon
 Jarod Morrison is among the top pitchers this season for the Gannon University baseball program in Erie, Pa. The sophomore right-hander and Hamilton High School graduate is 5-1 and tied for the team lead in wins. He also has one save and two complete games. In nine appearances (with seven starts), Morrison has 29 strikeouts and a 4.69 earned...

Posted: 22 days ago

Jarod Morrison is among the top pitchers this season for the Gannon University baseball program in Erie, Pa. The sophomore right-hander and Hamilton High School graduate is 5-1 and tied for the team lead in wins. He also has one save and two complete games. In nine appearances (with seven starts), Morrison has 29 strikeouts and a 4.69 earned...
Warriors handle Talawanda, boost their record to 16-2
 It’s been quite a season thus far for Lebanon High School’s baseball team. The Warriors are 16-2 after Thursday’s 5-2 victory over visiting Talawanda, and they’re also tied for first place with Springboro in the Greater Western Ohio Conference National West Division. “This is the greatest group of guys I&rsquo...

Posted: 25 days ago

It’s been quite a season thus far for Lebanon High School’s baseball team. The Warriors are 16-2 after Thursday’s 5-2 victory over visiting Talawanda, and they’re also tied for first place with Springboro in the Greater Western Ohio Conference National West Division. “This is the greatest group of guys I&rsquo...
Lakota East’s Conrad finds new mound life at Georgetown
 Michael Conrad sees it all as amazing, the good and the bad, the peaks and the valleys, the joy and the anguish. Why question any of it? He doesn’t see the point. The 2012 Lakota East High School graduate has rolled with the punches and emerged as the ace senior pitcher for Georgetown College’s baseball team. The NAIA Tigers are...

Posted: 25 days ago

Michael Conrad sees it all as amazing, the good and the bad, the peaks and the valleys, the joy and the anguish. Why question any of it? He doesn’t see the point. The 2012 Lakota East High School graduate has rolled with the punches and emerged as the ace senior pitcher for Georgetown College’s baseball team. The NAIA Tigers are...
Vikings fight past Seven Hills, clinch fifth MVC title in six years
 Christian Acus got the job done before the Ohio High School Athletic Association could get him off the mound Wednesday. New Miami’s senior pitcher tossed a nine-hitter on 122 pitches and led the visiting Vikings past Seven Hills 7-4, clinching their fifth Miami Valley Conference Gray Division baseball title in the last six years. &ldquo...

Posted: 26 days ago

Christian Acus got the job done before the Ohio High School Athletic Association could get him off the mound Wednesday. New Miami’s senior pitcher tossed a nine-hitter on 122 pitches and led the visiting Vikings past Seven Hills 7-4, clinching their fifth Miami Valley Conference Gray Division baseball title in the last six years. &ldquo...
College Insider: Fenwick’s Rossi breaks shot put record at UD
 Junior Jenni Rossi broke her own University of Dayton record in the shot put last Saturday at the Illinois Twilight track and field meet in Champaign, Ill. The Fenwick High School graduate took first place with a heave of 49 feet, 8.25 inches, the best effort in the Atlantic 10 Conference this season. Her previous record was 49 feet, 3.75...

Posted: 27 days ago

Junior Jenni Rossi broke her own University of Dayton record in the shot put last Saturday at the Illinois Twilight track and field meet in Champaign, Ill. The Fenwick High School graduate took first place with a heave of 49 feet, 8.25 inches, the best effort in the Atlantic 10 Conference this season. Her previous record was 49 feet, 3.75...
Softball: CCS fights off New Miami to remain unbeaten in MVC
 The first two losses of the season didn’t linger with Cincinnati Christian School’s softball team. The Division IV Cougars stepped up in size over the weekend and took 24-2 and 12-2 drubbings from Piqua and Valley View, respectively, before rebounding with a 22-14 triumph at New Miami on Monday. “Those were D-I and D-II...

Posted: 28 days ago

The first two losses of the season didn’t linger with Cincinnati Christian School’s softball team. The Division IV Cougars stepped up in size over the weekend and took 24-2 and 12-2 drubbings from Piqua and Valley View, respectively, before rebounding with a 22-14 triumph at New Miami on Monday. “Those were D-I and D-II...
Fairfield still rolling on diamond, blanks Badin 8-0
 Fairfield High School’s baseball team took a break from the Greater Miami Conference title chase Saturday night, but its strong play continued. Senior right-handers Matt Scowden and Lucas Sheriff combined on a six-hitter for the Indians, who thumped Badin 8-0 at Foundation Field. “The Badin vs. Fairfield game, every year it&rsquo...

4:42 AM Sunday, Apr. 23, 2017

Fairfield High School’s baseball team took a break from the Greater Miami Conference title chase Saturday night, but its strong play continued. Senior right-handers Matt Scowden and Lucas Sheriff combined on a six-hitter for the Indians, who thumped Badin 8-0 at Foundation Field. “The Badin vs. Fairfield game, every year it&rsquo...
Softball: Edgewood on the rise, cruises to 13-1 win over Braves
 Wayne Asher is ready for his Edgewood High School softball team to make the jump from solid to strong. He believes the Cougars are starting to come together as they’ve won five of their last six games, including Friday’s 13-1, six-inning overpowering of host Talawanda. “I think we’ve been playing at about 70 percent...

1:45 AM Saturday, Apr. 22, 2017

Wayne Asher is ready for his Edgewood High School softball team to make the jump from solid to strong. He believes the Cougars are starting to come together as they’ve won five of their last six games, including Friday’s 13-1, six-inning overpowering of host Talawanda. “I think we’ve been playing at about 70 percent...
Ross’ Hansen commits to play for UC Clermont women’s soccer program
 Ross High School senior goalkeeper Katie Hansen has committed to continue her soccer career at the University of Cincinnati Clermont. Hansen had a .910 save percentage last spring as the Rams went 10-7-1 and finished second in the Southwest Ohio Conference.

7:35 PM Thursday, Apr. 20, 2017

Ross High School senior goalkeeper Katie Hansen has committed to continue her soccer career at the University of Cincinnati Clermont. Hansen had a .910 save percentage last spring as the Rams went 10-7-1 and finished second in the Southwest Ohio Conference.
Four Ross baseball players commit to playing in college
 Four Ross High School baseball players recently committed to play at the collegiate level. Michael Carroll will play at Mount St. Joseph, Tyler Flick and Zach Evans at Heidelberg, and Logan Brofft at Wilmington. Carroll is hitting .300 with an RBI and four stolen bases. Flick is hitting .340 with five doubles, 14 RBIs and eight steals. Evans...

6:35 PM Thursday, Apr. 20, 2017

Four Ross High School baseball players recently committed to play at the collegiate level. Michael Carroll will play at Mount St. Joseph, Tyler Flick and Zach Evans at Heidelberg, and Logan Brofft at Wilmington. Carroll is hitting .300 with an RBI and four stolen bases. Flick is hitting .340 with five doubles, 14 RBIs and eight steals. Evans...
Hamilton set to honor 1997 state baseball champions Saturday
 Hamilton High School will honor its 1997 state championship baseball team at Saturday’s home game against Talawanda. That Big Blue squad went 30-2 and pulling off a stunning 8-7 victory in the Division I state title game at Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium in Canton, scoring five times in the bottom of the seventh inning to beat Toledo...

5:58 PM Thursday, Apr. 20, 2017

Hamilton High School will honor its 1997 state championship baseball team at Saturday’s home game against Talawanda. That Big Blue squad went 30-2 and pulling off a stunning 8-7 victory in the Division I state title game at Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium in Canton, scoring five times in the bottom of the seventh inning to beat Toledo...
A perfect season for New Miami junior high boys hoops
 New Miami High School’s boys basketball program could be on the rise in the next couple seasons. There’s talent in the pipeline, as evidenced by the Vikings’ junior high “A” team going 18-0 during the 2016-17 campaign Under the direction of Ralph Lunsford, New Miami captured the Miami Valley Conference regular-season...

5:07 PM Thursday, Apr. 20, 2017

New Miami High School’s boys basketball program could be on the rise in the next couple seasons. There’s talent in the pipeline, as evidenced by the Vikings’ junior high “A” team going 18-0 during the 2016-17 campaign Under the direction of Ralph Lunsford, New Miami captured the Miami Valley Conference regular-season...
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