BRADFORD — The Bradford volleyball team swept Bethel in a Cross County Conference match on Thursday, 25-22, 25-23, 25-22.Mindy Brewer led Bradford with nine kills in the match while Marissa Murphy and Mackenzie Weldy had six each. Mandi Bates had four aces, and Murphy had three. Loren Sharp had 15 digs while Olivia Hart added 10.
GREENVILLE — The Greenville varsity boys basketball team will play in the Flyin’ to the Hoop tournament against Fairmont on Jan. 16 at Trent Arena in Kettering.This game replaces Mississinawa Valley on Greenville’s schedule. Greenville’s conference game against Trotwood-Madison originally scheduled for Jan. 16 will be moved to another date that’s yet to be determined.Additional information will be released when it becomes available.
PITSBURG – The Franklin Monroe boys soccer team moved its record to 4-0 in the Cross County Conference and 5-0-2 on the season by defeating the visiting Bethel Bees 5-1 on Thursday.“Life is good … soccer just makes it better,” Ohio’s 2012 Division III coach of the year and Franklin Monroe’s varsity boys soccer coach Danny Diceanu said with a smile after the Jets’ win.With the teams lined up on the field for the national anthem, t...
ARCANUM — The Arcanum volleyball team beat Cross County Conference foe Covington in four sets Thursday night, 25-22, 25-23, 15-25, 25-14.Rebecca Deao led Arcanum with 14 kills in the match. Alexis Abner had 18 digs, and Brittany Kinney had 17 assists.Arcanum won the junior varsity match in two sets.
ANSONIA — The Franklin Monroe volleyball team swept Ansonia 25-18, 25-20, 25-13 in a Cross County Conference match on Thursday.Makenzie Kreitzer led Franklin Monroe as she had 12 digs and only one error in the match. Also for the Lady Jets, Morgan Booher had 12 kills and seven assists, Kara Lucas seven digs and had three aces, and Carrie Baker had eight assists and a block.
ROCKFORD — The Versailles boys golf team beat Parkway and lost to Lima Central Catholic in a three-team match on Thursday at Deerfield Golf Course.Lima Central Catholic led the match with a 154, Versailles shot a 173, and Parkway shot a 197.Griffen Riegle led Versailles with a nine-hole round of 40. Also for the Tigers, Kyle Christian shot a 43, Nicholas Litten-Stonebraker shot a 45, Jacob Watren shot a 45, Kyle Cotner shot a 49, and Michael Hemmelgarn shot a 52....
KETTERING — Two Lady Wave golfers shot personal bests Thursday, but the Greenville girls golf team lost 198-227 to Fairmont.Casey Mortensen led Greenville with a nine-hole round of 50. Also for the Lady Wave, Brianna Fourman shot a 58, Emily Fulton shot a personal-best round of 59, Kourtney Kretschmar shot a personal-best round of 60, and Kayli Duncan shot a 63.Fairmont’s Lauryn Carter led all golfers with a round of 42. Also for the Firebirds,Tayl...
CELINA — The Versailles girls golf team improved to 7-0 in the Midwest Athletic Conference with a 183-199 win against St. Henry at Mercer County Elks Golf Club.Versailles’ Lauren Heitkamp and Hannah Niekamp were the co-medalists as they both shot a nine-hole round of 45. Also for the Lady Tigers, Lauren Durham shot a 46, Kaitlyn Middendorf shot a 47, Maddie Covault shot a 54, and Morgan Middendorf shot a 66.St. Henry’s Lauren Grieshop also was a co-meda...
NEW MADISON — The Tri-Village varsity volleyball team beat Mississinawa Valley 15-25, 23-25, 25-19, 25-18, 15-7 in a Cross County Conference match on Thursday.Mississinawa Valley won the junior varsity match in two sets.
FootballPassing yardsKyle Phillips, Greenville: 328Jared Niekamp, Versailles: 195Daniel O’Donnell, Arcanum: 186Nick Peters, Ansonia: 163Clay Guillozet, Greenville: 139Hunter Coning, MV: 130Rushing yardsCollin Peters, Versailles: 396Jordan Newman, Ansonia: 346Daniel O’Donnell, Arcanum: 262Clay Guilloze...
MIAMI (AP) — Already the NL East champions, the Washington Nationals are now totally focused on another race.Gio Gonzalez allowed two runs in seven innings, Bryce Harper had three hits, and the Nationals kept up their push for home-field advantage in the NL playoffs by beating the Miami Marlins 6-2 on Thursday night.Kevin Frandsen and Anthony Rendon each had two hits for Washington (88-64), which opened the night 1-1/2 games ahead of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the ...
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