WASHINGTON, D.C. – There was a moment of discovery for Ohio State's football team when it went to the White House on Monday to be honored by President Barack Obama.
WEST MILTON – The Franklin Monroe softball team beat Milton-Union 5-3 on Thursday.
UNION CITY – The Bradford softball team beat Mississinawa Valley 13-8 on Thursday in a Cross County Conference game.
VANDALIA – The Greenville boys and girls track and field teams both finished in the top five at the Vandalia-Butler Invitational on Saturday.
MINSTER – The Bradford and Versailles track and field teams competed at the Minster Memorial Invitational on Saturday with both Versailles squads finishing in the top five of the team standings.
VERSAILLES – The Versailles softball team beat Coldwater 11-2 on Thursday in a Midwest Athletic Conference game.
NEW MADISON – Tri-Village senior Colton Linkous signed his letter of intent Monday morning to play basketball for Cedarville University, joining his sister as a basketball player at the university.
PLEASANT HILL – The Arcanum baseball team beat Newton 6-1 in a Cross County Conference game on Thursday.
PLEASANT HILL – The Arcanum softball team beat Newton 4-3 on Thursday.MaKenzie Sharritts lead the way for Arcanum, going 3-for-3 with two RBIs. Abby Ross was 2-for-3 with a RBI.
ANSONIA – The Ansonia softball team beat Tri-County North 12-2 on Thursday in a six-inning run rule.Shelby Hartzell earned the victory for the Tigers. The Ansonia offense had 11 hits.
VERSAILLES – The Versailles baseball team run ruled New Knoxville 11-1 in six innings on Tuesday.
COVINGTON – The Ansonia baseball team lost 11-1 in a six-inning run rule on Tuesday against Covington.
PITSBURG — Franklin Monroe earned a softball split Saturday against visiting non-conference foe Dixie.
WEST ALEXANDRIA – Spring weather can be a roll of the dice, but this weekend's TVS Invitational had wonderful weather. The fans responded by packing the stands, and the athletes performed well - making for a successful meet.
COLUMBUS — Ohio State is coming off an exciting run to the national championship and the upcoming season promises to be exciting, too.But Saturday's spring football game? Not so much.
DARKE COUNTY – A pair of three-year starters who have started the season extremely hot at the plate are this week's Daily Advocate athletes of the week.
UNION CITY – Johnny Graher has resigned as Mississinawa Valley's varsity football coach, ending a career that saw both struggles and historic milestones as the Blackhawks' coach.
DARKE COUNTY – The Light Foundation kicked off its seventh annual youth wild turkey hunt on Friday night with Matt Light preparing to lead the expedition with 16 boys and girls from Darke County.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington Nationals reliever Craig Stammen will have surgery Sunday for a torn flexor tendon in his right forearm and could miss the rest of the season.
GREENVILLE – The Greenville baseball team lost 1-0 Wednesday in a Greater Western Ohio Conference game against Troy.Troy scored the game's only run in the sixth inning.
NEW MADISON – The Tri-Village softball team recorded its first win of the season on Wednesday with an 11-6 victory against National Trail.
WEST MILTON – The Greenville boys tennis team lost 4-1 to Milton-Union on Wednesday.Greenville's lone win of the match came at third singles where Quintin Muhlenkamp beat Jake Blevins 7-6 1-6 6-4.
ARCANUM – The Arcanum softball team beat Mississinawa Valley 7-2 on Tuesday.
ARCANUM – Arcanum varsity girls basketball coach Rachel Fearon resigned her position so she can spend more time with her family.
BaseballBatting averageTanner Maples, Tri-Village: .583Jonny Wilson, Tri-Village: .563Trent Laux, Tri-Village: .462Lane Clark, Ansonia: .444
GREENVILLE – A committee of local residents, the “Friends of Harmon Field,” presented a proposal to the Greenville City School Board of Education Thursday night during a work session.
NEW MADISON – Defensive mistakes cost the Tri-Village baseball team on Thursday as the Patriots lost a Cross County Conference game 11-3 to Twin Valley South.
NEW MADISON – The Tri-Village softball team improved to 2-1 in the Cross County Conference on Thursday as the Lady Patriots beat Twin Valley South 6-1.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington Nationals reliever Craig Stammen has a torn flexor tendon in his right forearm that requires surgery and could force him to miss the rest of the season.
GREENVILLE – The Light Foundation, a nonprofit founded in 2001 by three-time Super Bowl champion and former New England Patriot Matt Light, is gearing up for its seventh annual Youth Wild Turkey Hunt, scheduled to kick off on Friday and wrap up...
ROSSBURG – For the 62nd time in its illustrious history, the world-famous Eldora Speedway opens for business on Saturday with the Sunoco American Late Model Series (ALMS), DIRTcar UMP Modifieds and the Eldora Stock Cars all racing on the...
BRADFORD – Bradford's Bailey Brewer will fulfill her dream of living in New York City as the senior has decided to continue her running career at St. John's University.
NEW PARIS – The Ansonia baseball team won its first game on the season on Tuesday, beating National Trail 6-2 in a Cross County Conference game.
FORT LORAMIE – The Versailles softball team got by Fort Loramie on Tuesday, winning the game 1-0.
LEWISBURG – The Tri-Village softball team lost its Cross County Conference opener on Tuesday, falling 5-2 to Tri-County North.
ARCANUM – The Arcanum baseball team run ruled Mississinawa Valley 10-0 in five innings of Cross County Conference action on Tuesday.
TROY – The Greenville boys tennis team lost its Greater Western Ohio Conference opener on Tuesday, falling 4-1 to Troy.
BOSTON (AP) — The Washington Nationals have placed right-hander Craig Stammen on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday with right forearm stiffness.
BOSTON (AP) — Two errors by pitcher Blake Treinen allowed Boston to erase a seventh-inning deficit, and the Red Sox won 8-7 on Tuesday night as the Washington Nationals struggled in the field for the second straight game.
BRADFORD – Bradford cleaned up its defense Tuesday and got a strong pitching performance from Tori Smith, which helped lead the Railroaders to a 5-2 victory against Franklin Monroe in a Cross County Conference contest.
BRADFORD – The Franklin Monroe baseball team shut out Bradford on Tuesday, winning the Cross County Conference game 5-0.
VERSAILLES – The Versailles softball team beat Bradford 10-1 on Friday.
DAYTON – The Versailles baseball team won a game at Fifth Third Field in Dayton on Thursday, defeating Waynesville 2-1 on the Dayton Dragons' home field.
VERSAILLES – The Versailles softball team scored three runs in the bottom of the first on Monday, which propelled the Lady Tigers to a 3-2 win against Midwest Athletic Conference rival Marion Local.
UNION CITY, Ind. – The Mississinawa Valley softball team scored 12 runs in the fifth and sixth innings Monday to defeat crosstown rival Union City, Indiana, 16-7.
NEW MADISON – The Tri-Village softball team lost by one run, 4-3, to Preble Shawnee on Monday.
ST. HENRY – Arcanum lost by one run to St. Henry on Monday as the home team scored the winning run on a walk off in the seventh inning.
NEW MADISON – Tri-Village will have its high school boys basketball and high school cheerleading banquet at 6:30 p.m. April 29 at the school.Delight Catering will provide the meal for the night. The cost for the meal is $10.
TROY – The Tri-Village baseball team improved to 3-1 on the season Monday with a 7-5 win against Troy Christian.
GREENVILLE – It was close for a couple of innings Monday evening before Vandalia-Butler started to get hot and pulled away from Greenville, winning the Greater Western Ohio Conference game 12-2 in a five-inning run rule.