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Sunday, December 08, 2019

Trojans Fend Off 2nd Half Challenge by North








The Trojans had a comfortable halftime lead of 28-13, but the Tri-County North Panthers regrouped at the break and made a game of it. The Trojans showed that they could work the ball inside with their strong post players, but could tickle the laces from the outside when the opportunity arose. North made a strong run at the Trojans in the last quarter but after closing the gap, the Trojans shot well from the foul line and ended the night with a 57-45 win.


Scoring: Cade Brubaker 8; Jake Goubeaux 17, Chad Pitzer 9, Cameraon Burke 11, Ian Baker 1, Nick Sharritts 2, Grant Delk 9.   North's Dylan Stinson lead all scorers with 23 points.

Sunday, December 01, 2019

Patriots Dominate Tigers








Although the Tri-Village Lady Patriots were slow to get started in their 1st game after Thanksgiving, once they got warmed up they completely dominated the Ansonia Tigers. For 2 quarters they actually held the Tigers scoreless which is quite an accomplishment. The final score was 75-16 in favor of the Patriots.




Scoring for Tri-Village: Rylie Sagester 17, Morgan Hunt 14, Molly Scantland 5, Meghan Downing 12, Trisa Porter 5, Maddie Downing 22

Scoring for Ansonia: Mariah Troutwine 8, Kierra Reichert 3, Rylie Marker 3, Kayle Griffin 2



Complete Story to be posted shortly at the Daily Advocate



Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Jets Start Season 3-0



After winning the Roy Hutchinson Memorial Tournament to start the season, the Franklin Monroe Jets plunged into Cross County Conference play. They hosted the Newton Indians in the Hanger and quickly dominated the Jets with a smothering defense. The Indians could not gain any offensive momentum and the Jets scored early and often in an easy 68-22 victory.


Complete Story Shortly at Daily Advocate



Sunday, November 24, 2019

Dayton Area Sports - Nov 24+

  • Area coaches, players earn top honors among Southwest All-District teams Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • OPSWA Southwest All-District high school football teams Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Franklin beats buzzer, WC women 78-76
  • High school basketball: 10 area games to watch
  • High school basketball: Preseason all-area team
  • Girls basketball: Ottawa-Glandorf pressures way past Kalida
  • Talawanda looks to speed the game up during 2019-2020 stint
  • High school girls basketball: Northeastern building off best season since 2010
  • Ross working hard to improve, as Buehner enters first year at the helm
  • Edgewood won
  • ROUNDUP: Girls basketball opening weekend, Earlham men survive in overtime Wayne Earlham College
  • Big 3rd propels BHS girls to 52-31 win Middletown Eagles Middletown Christian Eagle Prep
  • Reigning Tri-Eastern Conference champions Northeastern won Knights Prep
  • Kings holds off WHS to win opener 48-42 Trail Prep
  • Fall season in review: Top five moments Richmond Prep
  • Conley nets 30, Jets top Falcons 77-27 Jets Monroe Falcons Prep
  • Badin rolls into regional final against Trotwood-Madison Madison Monroe Trotwood-Madison Rams Trotwood Knights Alter Badin Prep
  • Lotz finding success on the court, strength in mother: Red Devils Richmond Prep
  • GHS Boosters craft show nears Greenville Prep
  • Bellbrook fends off Beavercreek rally Bellbrook Beavercreek Prep
  • TEC, NCC all-conference award winners, three Richmond natives shine in college hoops opener Richmond NCC Prep
  • High school basketball: Kroft, Red Devils ready for leap in year two under Khaliq Red Devils Richmond Prep
  • Viking girls win thriller Troy Prep
  • Lady Patriots look to defend CCC title CCC Tri-Village Patriots Patriot Prep
  • High school girls basketball: Three things we learned from Richmond Richmond Prep
  • Middletown aims to build foundation for success under new coach Middletown Middies Prep
  • PHOTOS: Monroe 59, Madison 52 Madison Monroe Butler Prep
  • No girls basketball for Seton Catholic this year, Cardinals will add boys, girls swimming swim Cardinals Prep
  • Covington football has playoff run end in 42-26 loss to Mechanicsburg Covington Piqua Anna Prep
  • Letter: Life saved at football game Shawnee Prep
  • Six Marauders named to All-SIAC team Central State Marauders Marshall Prep
  • PHOTOS: Badin took on Trotwood-Madison in D-3 regional final Madison Butler Miamisburg Trotwood-Madison Trotwood Badin Prep
  • HS Roundup 11/22: Anna football wins, girls basketball tips off football Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati Anna RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals Cleveland Reds Hamilton Prep
  • Edgewood Cougars Archives - Fairfield GMC Prep
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  • Badin Rams Archives - Madison Trotwood-Madison Rams Trotwood Badin Prep
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  • Hamilton Big Blue Archives - Fairfield Hamilton Big Blue Prep
  • New Miami Vikings Archives - Vikings New Miami MAC Prep
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  • HS Roundup 11/23: Marion Local defeats New Bremen in football Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati Marion Local RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals Cleveland Reds Hamilton Prep
  • Ohio State football: Cincinnati running back commits to Buckeyes Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Ohio State Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Hamilton Prep
  • Anna ‘Streaks’ Past Archbold For D-VI Regional Title MAC Anna UD College
  • The Most Anticipated Opening Day…. MAC Coldwater UD Ohio State College
  • The Reader Speaks…Nov. 18, 2019 bowl football MAC UD College
  • Springfield Wildcats reach state final four for first time Tigers Springfield Wildcats Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Mechanicsburg tops Covington Covington Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Girls Basketball SEASON PREVIEW: Lakota West still aiming high, but a different style of play is likely 32
  • 51 Girls Basketball SEASON PREVIEW: Huismann looks for Talawanda to make progress in her second year OXFORD — For nearly five decades, Mary Jo Huismann has spent the fall preparing a...
  • SportsNews News All News Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Hamilton Prep
  • Girls Basketball Freshmen make early statement as Monroe rallies past Madison in season opener 25 Madison Monroe Prep
  • 72 Girls Basketball SEASON PREVIEW: Middletown seeks progress with familiar faces and a new head coach MIDDLETOWN — It’s going to be a new look with some familiar faces for the... Middletown Prep
  • College
  • Looking back: Dayton, Georgia met for the only time in 1973 Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Dayton Prep
  • No. 2 Ohio State beats No. 9 Penn State to take Big Ten East Rams Ohio State College
  • Ohio State Has A Lot Of Believers With 10-0 Start football Dayton MAC University of Dayton UD Ohio State College
  • Wright State basketball: Basile gives Raiders another productive post player Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Dayton Wright State Raiders College
  • Buckeyes Win Fifth Straight With Blowout Over Purdue-Fort Wayne Wayne MAC UD Buckeyes Columbus Purdue College
  • Watch: Three Dayton Flyers go cliff diving in Maui Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Dayton Flyers UD College
  • Archdeacon: Save spot for Ohio State’s Young on Heisman stage Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Ohio State Buckeyes Bengals Cleveland Reds Hamilton Prep
  • IU basketball IND Prep
  • Cumberland leads Cincinnati over Illinois St. 66-65 Cincinnati Prep
  • Buckeyes up for next challenge Cincinnati Ohio State Buckeyes College
  • IU basketball: Justin Smith stuffs box score, but that
  • IU IND Indiana College
  • Trayce Jackson-Davis leads Hoosiers in imperfect IU win over North Alabama Indiana Hoosiers College
  • Bob Knight makes a surprise appearance at Bloomington bar — and grabs the mic IND Bloomington College
  • Expectations high again for fifth-ranked Wittenberg men’s basketball Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Pro
  • Bengals look to keep resurgent ground game going vs. Steelers Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Dayton Cincinnati UD Bengals Pro
  • Winless Bengals catching Steelers at right time? 5 storylines to watch in today’s... Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Despite struggles, winless Bengals sticking with Finley as starting quarterback Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Pittsburgh Steelers up next Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Bengals’ dreadful season doesn’t take edge off matchup vs. Steelers: ‘They don’t... Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Cincinnati Reds unveil two new jerseys for 2020 Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Dayton Cincinnati UD Reds Pro
  • Former Red ‘Gookie’ Dawkins to manage Dayton Dragons next season Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Dayton Cincinnati Reds Dragons Pro
  • Katz: Dragons right-hander Richardson one to watch in Reds system Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Dayton Cincinnati Reds Dragons Pro
  • Seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson to retire from full-time racing after next season
  • Saturday, November 23, 2019

    Covington Falls to Mechanicsburg in Regional Final








    The Covington Defense could not find an answer for the potent Mechanicsburg offense in the regional final game.  The Mechanicsburg line controlled the line of scrimmage and the Indians established the run early.  But they were also successful with the passing game when they opted to go to the air.  Covington had some chances to regain momentum, but couldn't generate offense when it was needed. Final score 42-26. Still Covington can look back on a successful season. Making the regional finals means that you are one of the top 8 teams in the state in your division.   



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    Saturday, November 02, 2019

    Tigers Grind Out Win Over Patriots








    The Ansonia Tigers were able to grind out a win over the Tri-Village Patriots to end their season with a 6-4 record. They utilized a full house backfield and mainly ran between the tackles. An effective style of football for a cold November night. They hung onto the ball in the 1st half like a pitbull hangs onto a ham bone. Tri-Village could barely pry the ball away. Ansonia did most of their scoring in the 1st half and then turned the ball game over to their defense which held Tri-Village to a single score in the 2nd half as the Tigers would finish their season with a win, 31-8.



    Full Story shortly at Daily Advocate

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    Sunday, October 27, 2019

    Franklin Monroe - District Runners Up










    Franklin Monroe had a tough task in front of them to beat defending district champ Russia in the District finals. Russia is a battle tested team that had won District the 2 previous years. The Jets won the 1st two sets but could not win a third set as Russia came from behind and defeated Franklin Monroe in 5 sets. 28-26, 25-22, 21-25, 23-25, 2-15.


    Complete Story shortly at: Daily Advocate





    Upset - Patriots 50 - Arcanum 34









    Tri-Village (4-4) broke open a close game in the 2nd half and upset league leading Arcanum (7-1). Most of the night Arcanum was without the services of their feature running back, Corey Ross. So the game boiled down to a contest between two young quarterbacks – freshman Bryce Schondelmyer of Arcanum and sophomore Lane Sarver of Tri-Village. At halftime Arcanum had a slim lead – 21 to 20, but Tri-Village outgunned them in the 2nd half and put up 30 points for a 50-34 upset victory.

    Patriot Stats: Sarver 17/24 passed for 250 yards, 3 tds, 1 int; Josh Scantland 6 catches for 182 yds, 2 tds; Devin Swick 9 catches for 60 yds, 1td. Dylan Finkbine 12 tackles, 1 sack, 1 fumble recovery; Cody Eyer 6 tackles, 1 interception return for TD.

    Complete Story to be posted shortly at Daily Advocate









    Friday, October 18, 2019

    Patriots Pulverize Panthers








    On the face of it this was to be an even match up with a 2-5 team (South) hosting a 3-4 team (Tri-Village). It was even until about midway through the 1st quarter when the Patriots caught fire and in the blink of an eye opened up a 37-6 lead. The Panthers were stunned and never really recovered as they would be on the wrong end of a 58-20 final score.



    Full story shortly at Daily Advocate


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    Friday, October 04, 2019

    Jets Disappointed at Brookville









    It was a battle between 2 second place teams – the Franklin Monroe Jets are in 2nd place in the CCC and the Brookville Blue Devils who are in 2nd place in the big school division of the SWBL. It was the last game of a 4 game stretch on the road for the Jets. Although it took 4 hard fought sets, the Jets would succumb to Brookville: 23-25, 25-21, 19-25, 23-25.

    Brookville has an overall taller front line and that made it harder for the Jets to attack, they had to adjust and that seemed to take them out of their game. When the Jets were able to attack, the Brookville....


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    Tuesday, October 01, 2019

    Patriots Volleyball Bounces Back Against Knights









    The Patriots had their confidence shaken last week in a loss to the Franklin Monroe Jets. But they got this week off to a good start with a win in straight sets over the Northeastern Knights. Although the win was in straight sets, the Knights had some good runs in the 2nd and 3rd sets that the Patriots had to fend off. Scores were 25-9, 25-18, 25-22.

    Complete Story Shortly at Daily Advocate