Editor:To: The 2014 Greenville football team, coaching staff and everyone associated with the program.
VERSAILLES — Versailles has high hopes for the upcoming boys basketball season despite several lingering questions caused by inexperience and injury.
PITSBURG — The Franklin Monroe boys basketball team enters the 2014-15 season as the defending Cross County Conference champion along with Tri-Village but has some big holes to fill with five players lost to graduation.
COLUMBUS — Following his dream took Jeff Heuerman to Michigan once, but not twice.
GREENVILLE – The Greenville varsity boys basketball team looks to improve on a very successful 2013-14 season while challenging for the 2014-15 Greater Western Ohio Conference North Division title.
ARCANUM — Having lost just one senior to graduation, the Arcanum boys basketball team enters the 2014-15 season with a very familiar roster.
UNION CITY — Mississinawa Valley has some good athletes but will need time to put everything together as the Blackhawks adjust under a new coaching staff.
COLUMBUS — At the Big Ten football media days in July, Ohio State senior tight end Jeff Heuerman called OSU quarterback Braxton Miller “Ohio State's LeBron.”
BRADFORD — A new coach, a new season best describes the Bradford varsity boys basketball team with Steve Pickel taking over Railroaders coaching duties.
ANSONIA — The Ansonia boys basketball team has a good core coming back for the 2014-15 season but is still trying to find its identity as the season approaches.
NEW MADISON — One season after they made the state final four, the Tri-Village Patriots are focused on getting back to Columbus and winning the championship this time.
GREENVILLE – The Greenville Lady Wave basketball team played host to the National Trail Blazers and the Celina Bulldogs in a three-team scrimmage on Monday night.
COLUMBUS — The mere sight of Troy Smith in an Ohio State football uniform used to foreshadow defeat for Michigan from 2004-2006.
GREENVILLE – With no returning starters from the previous year, a new coach and new system, the 2014-15 Greenville varsity girls basketball team is in total rebuilding mode with Rachel Kerns returning to her alma mater with anticipation of...
ARCANUM — With a deep roster that includes most of last season's key players returning for another year, the Arcanum girls basketball team has high expectations for the 2014-15 season.
ANSONIA – The Ansonia Lady Tigers varsity basketball team made a good Saturday morning showing while hosting the Troy Christian Eagles in a scrimmage.
ANSONIA – The Ansonia Tigers boys varsity basketball team had Emmanuel Christian Academy's number dialed in but could not connect with Parkway in a Friday scrimmage.
COLUMBUS — The teams left in the Ohio High School Athletic Association football playoffs are all just one win away from a trip to the state finals at Ohio Stadium in Columbus.
MINSTER —The Mississinawa Valley and Versailles girls bowling teams won their season openers in West Ohio High School Bowling Conference action on Saturday at Community Lanes in Minster.
COLUMBUS — Three Midwest Athletic Conference teams and two Greater Western Ohio Conference teams reached the state semifinals of the Ohio High School Athletic Association football playoffs with wins on Friday and Saturday.
COLUMBUS — Ohio State distanced itself from the rest of the Big Ten's East Division with a 42-27 win over Indiana on Saturday that clinched the division title and a second straight trip to the Big Ten championship game.
BRADFORD — Coming off the most successful Lady Railroader varsity basketball season in school history, sporting a 20-win season and a sectional championship, coach Patrick McKee does not look at the new season as a rebuilding year even though...
VERSAILLES — Versailles has a lot of spots to fill for the 2014-15 girls basketball season as the Lady Tigers lost nine players to graduation from last season's Division III state runner up squad.
DARKE COUNTY — Both of The Daily Advocate's 2014 soccer MVPs had great senior seasons even though they both played through injuries.
PITSBURG — With nine freshmen on its varsity roster, the Franklin Monroe girls basketball team enters the 2014-15 season with an extremely young roster.