DARKE COUNTY – A number of Darke County basketball players will compete in the District 9 senior all-star games this week at Troy High School.
GREENVILLE – The Greenville boys track team won the Greenville Tri-Meet on Tuesday, defeating Piqua and Troy.
GREENVILLE – Aaron Balsbaugh will compete in basketball and track and field at Taylor University as the Greenville senior signed his letter of intent to compete for the Trojans.
ARCANUM – The Arcanum track and field teams swept the Arcanum Quad on Monday, defeating Bradford, Franklin Monroe and Tri-Village.
NEW PARIS – The Franklin Monroe softball team improved to 2-0 on Tuesday with a 13-4 win against National Trail.
ANSONIA – The Ansonia baseball team began the 2015 season with a pair of losses.ON Saturday the Tigers lost 15-6 to Minster, and on Tuesday they lost 10-0 to Botkins in a five-inning run rule.
RICHMOND, Ind. – Tri-Village graduate Heather Ferris set a Indiana University East record and won Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference athlete of the week honors this past week.
WEST ALEXANDRIA – The Arcanum baseball team picked up its first win of the season on Tuesday as the Trojans shut out Twin Valley South 6-0 in their first Cross County Conference game of the season.
ANSONIA – The Ansonia softball team got off to a strong start on Tuesday, scoring 24 runs in a 24-3 five-inning run rule victory against Botkins to begin its 2015 season.
PITSBURG – Franklin Monroe rallied late on Monday to defeat Versailles 8-7 in a season-opening softball game.
VERSAILLES – Versailles overcame a 4-2 deficit with seven runs in the fifth and sixth innings to beat Arcanum 9-4 in a season-opening baseball game on Monday.
GREENVILLE – The Greenville boys tennis team swept Stebbins 5-0 on Tuesday in Greenville to improve to 2-0 on the season.
ROSSBURG – Another year, but the results remain the same.
GREENVILLE – The Greenville boys tennis team started the 2015 season with a 3-2 victory against Wapakoneta on Monday in Greenville.
GREENVILLE – With a six-run first inning and a strong performance from starting pitcher Dylan Shumaker, the Greenville baseball team started the 2015 season with a 7-6 win against Marion Local on Monday at Sater Park.
COLUMBUS (AP) — It might have been the first time that Huber Heights Wayne had ever been to the boys state basketball tournament, but the Warriors played like they were grizzled vets.
COLUMBUS (AP) — As is always the case on a judgment call, one side will see it as a miscarriage of justice and the other as a stepping stone to success.
COLUMBUS (AP) — Dererk Pardon had enough motivation just knowing that this was his last time.The senior for Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph was playing his final high school game on a big stage for a state championship.
VERSAILLES — The Russia and Minster girls claimed championships while host Versailles finished as the Black Division runner up at Saturday's Lady Tiger Classique track and field meet.
COLUMBUS (AP) — Colton Linkous, who had 22 points and 12 rebounds and hit the winning shot to give New Madison Tri-Village its first championship, is the most outstanding player on the 2015 Associated Press Division IV all-tournament...
COLUMBUS — For the first time in school history Tri-Village brought a state championship trophy back to New Madison as the Patriots beat Canal Winchester Harvest Prep 48-46 Saturday for the Division IV title.
DARKE COUNTY – While numerous athletes throughout Darke County had great seasons in many sports this season, perhaps none were better than those on the basketball court in Versailles.
COLUMBUS — Cody Coppess' goal of becoming a professional soccer player took him to Italy for three months and now has him training in the United States' top developmental ranks.
COLUMBUS – Sitting in the postgame press conference Thursday afternoon, Tri-Village seniors Damion Cook, Colton Linkous and Mason McCabe didn't show a lot of emotion.
COLUMBUS (AP) — Opponents tried everything to stop Luke Kennard as his team played before packed houses everywhere it went. Fans taunted him. There were long lines of autograph-seekers.