David Jablonski

David Jablonski covers the Dayton Flyers, Ohio State Buckeyes football, the Cincinnati Reds and Wittenberg University sports for the Dayton Daily News, Springfield News-Sun, Journal News and WHIO. He graduated from Fayetteville High School in 1995 and the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University in 1999. He completed internships at the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, the South Bend Tribune and the Scripps Howard News Service and worked at the Vero Beach (Fla.) Press Journal for two years in his first job after college before returning to Ohio in 2001 to work at the News-Sun. He was born in Toledo, Ohio, and grew up in Mount Orab, Ohio.

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Dayton Flyers: All the links you need to follow the team throughout the 2018-19 season
 The 2018-19 Dayton Flyers season began in November and continues through March. Keep track of all our coverage (stories, photos and videos) at this link. • Game story: Trey Landers and Jhery Matos each scored 15 points to lead the Dayton Flyers to a victory in an exhibition game Friday at UD Arena. • Five takeaways...

Posted: 5 hours ago

The 2018-19 Dayton Flyers season began in November and continues through March. Keep track of all our coverage (stories, photos and videos) at this link. • Game story: Trey Landers and Jhery Matos each scored 15 points to lead the Dayton Flyers to a victory in an exhibition game Friday at UD Arena. • Five takeaways...
Dayton Flyers notes: Auburn coach says UD will contend in A-10
 The Dayton Flyers may have walked past the Charles Barkley statue outside Auburn Arena on Saturday, though the players probably know Barkley more for his analyst role on TV than for his Hall of Fame playing career. Barkley played next door at Beard-Eaves-Memorial Coliseum during his days at Auburn. That facility still stands next to the new...

Posted: 10 hours ago

The Dayton Flyers may have walked past the Charles Barkley statue outside Auburn Arena on Saturday, though the players probably know Barkley more for his analyst role on TV than for his Hall of Fame playing career. Barkley played next door at Beard-Eaves-Memorial Coliseum during his days at Auburn. That facility still stands next to the new...