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Friday, February 21, 2020

Dayton Area Sports - Feb. 15+



  • 50 Swimming & Diving Paxton, Sherman striving to end Badin’s championship drought at state meet in Canton HAMILTON — Luke Paxton and Adam Sherman look at the name on the wall and... Badin Prep
  • 36 Girls Basketball Fairfield fights off Lakota East in rubber match, advances to Division I district semifinal MONTGOMERY — The pace was hectic, almost frantic at times, and the outcome was still... Fairfield Prep
  • 93 Girls Basketball Badin headed to district semifinal after Kowalski-led comeback sinks GCL Coed rival Fenwick LEBANON — Badin High School senior Mickayla Kowalski said it wasn’t a matter of GCL Fenwick Badin Prep
  • 89 Boys Basketball A Senior Night to remember: Madison three-peats in SWBL, tops Waynesville for outright title MADISON TOWNSHIP — Jeff Smith is savoring every moment of what’s been a memorable Madison SWBL Waynesville Wayne Prep
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  • Emmanuel Christian extends home winning streak to 17 games Emmanuel Christian Prep
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  • Photo Gallery GIRLS BASKETBALL: Division I Sectional, Edgewood 53, Oak Hills 43



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  • Fire in Coldwater Coldwater Prep
  • Fairfield Indians Archives - Indians Fairfield Prep
  • Fenwick Falcons Archives - GCL Fenwick Falcons Badin Prep
  • Lakota East Thunderhawks Fairfield Prep
  • Madison Mohawks Archives - Madison SWBL Mohawks Waynesville Wayne Prep
  • Waynesville Spartans Archives Madison SWBL Waynesville Spartans Wayne Prep
  • HS Roundup 2/20: Dayton Christian boys upset Greeneview Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Dayton Christian Dayton Prep
  • https://www.daytondailynews.com/sports/roundup-shropshire-leads-emmanuel-christian-mbc-title/zHw0jryWwbEc0SRwmngmiL/ Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg MBC Dayton Emmanuel Christian Prep
  • Legacy Girls Basketball MBC Champions MBC Prep
  • Dayton High School Sports Union Dayton Cincinnati Alter Carroll Chaminade Julienne Fenwick Badin Belmont Dunbar Marshall Meadowdale Ponitz Stivers Kenton Ridge Shawnee Tecumseh Prep
  • All Sports Trophy Troy Yellow Springs MBC Dayton Christian Dayton Emmanuel Christian Legacy Christian Miami Valley Troy Christian Prep
  • Girls Basketball Lawson, McIntosh shine as Carlisle tops Bethel to earn 20th win and district semifinal berth 146 Bethel Carlisle Prep
  • 78 Girls Basketball Carlisle completes sweep of Preble Shawnee while celebrating first tournament win in eight years HARRISON TOWNSHIP — Perhaps the postseason breakthrough was just a start for Carlisle Preble Shawnee Shawnee Prep
  • 64 Girls Basketball Monroe taking optimistic approach to the future after decisive first-round loss to Ursuline LIBERTY TOWNSHIP — Kylee Slone had a mixed-bag reaction to her final game as a... Monroe Prep
  • 42 Photo Gallery GIRLS BASKETBALL: Division I Sectional, Fairfield 47, Lakota East 42 Fairfield Prep
  • 59 Photo Gallery GIRLS BASKETBALL: Division II Sectional, Badin 36, Fenwick 34 Fenwick Badin Prep
  • 55 Photo Gallery GIRLS BASKETBALL: Division III Sectional, Carlisle 42, Tipp City Bethel 35 Bethel Carlisle Tipp City Prep
  • https://www.daytondailynews.com/sports/girls-basketball-legacy-christian-thriving-despite-lack-numbers-lack-size/SM7Y6MusFTh2anl85yo9sO/ Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Dayton Legacy Christian Prep
  • Girls basketball: Centerville-Springboro set for tourney showdown Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Springboro Dayton Prep
  • Boys basketball: ‘Coach A’ stepping down after 33 years at Twin Valley South Twin Valley South Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Dayton Prep
  • High School Wrestling: Seven-time champ Graham underdog at state team duals? Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Boys Basketball Tournament Schedule Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Ohio High School girls Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • HS Roundup 2/19: Area bowlers advance to district tournament bowl Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • A.J. Woods new football coach Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Head-butted football ref wants harsher penalty for harming sports officials Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals Reds Hamilton Prep
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  • What A Blast: Anna Pastes Northridge In 47-Point Win Northridge MAC Anna UD College
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  • Yunker, Brown power Troy Post 43 to win over Piqua Post 184 Troy Piqua Prep
  • Locos run over the Scouts Xenia Prep
  • Golfers beat the weather at MVJGA Golf Camp Miami Valley Prep
  • Defensive surge, free throws propel Badin past Fenwick 36-34 in D-II opener Rams Fenwick Badin Prep
  • Devils stun Spartans in home finale Brookville Spartans Valley View Prep
  • YMCA offers free lifeguard course Sidney Prep
  • Wayne hangs on to edge Northmont Warriors Northmont Wayne Prep
  • ROUNDUP: Edgewood advances with D-I win over Oak Hills Butler Prep
  • TVS dedicates court to longtime coach Twin Valley South Panthers TVS TV Arcanum Prep
  • Blazers finish CCC 12-0 CCC National Trail Blazers Trail Monroe Prep
  • Rams stumble in D-III opener Warriors Rams Dayton Christian Dayton Prep
  • Rams stumble in D-III opener Warriors Rams Dayton Christian Dayton Prep
  • Badin seniors account for every point in 58-52 win over Alter on Senior Night Kettering Rams Alter GCL Badin Prep
  • Richmond basketball prepares to move forward without Kroft Richmond Prep
  • Girls basketball sectionals: Richmond Richmond Prep
  • ROUNDUP: Ross takes down Oakwood in opening round of tourney action Oakwood Lebanon Prep
  • Troy Pop Rocks jump for joy Troy Trojan Miami Valley Prep
  • Fairfield grinds past rival Lakota East for D-I sectional victory Fairfield Prep
  • Troy Pop Rocks jump for joy Troy Trojan Miami Valley Prep
  • Doyel: Bob Knight returns to Assembly Hall to tears, cheers as years of anger fade away IND Prep
  • Top 12 honest and controversial Bob Knight quotes IND Prep
  • Despite early postseason exit, Monroe in good hands with Adolph Monroe Prep
  • ROUNDUP: Cincinnati Christian’s quest for another MVC title stymied by CHCA Miami Valley Cincinnati Christian MVC Cincinnati Prep
  • PHOTOS: Badin 36, Fenwick 34 Lebanon Butler Fenwick Badin Prep
  • Three area wrestlers win regional championship, more advance to semi-state wrestle Centerville Richmond Prep
  • Richmond wrestle Richmond Prep
  • Girls basketball: Columbus Grove, Delphos St. John Bulldogs Delphos Columbus ML Pro
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  • Dayton Flyers enjoying the Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Dayton Flyers Prep
  • Notre Dame football interested in Richmond specialist Notre Dame Richmond Prep



  • Wittenberg beats Wabash for ninth straight victory Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • March Forecast VII: Dayton Flyers a lock for NCAA tournament now if they weren’t... Tigers Dayton Cincinnati Flyers Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Witt grad Moore nears end of legendary coaching career at Wooster Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Bob Knight Absence at IU Ends IND Prep - Bob Knight
  • Bob Knight makes a surprise appearance at Bloomington bar — and grabs the mic IND Bloomington College - Bob Knight

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  • Votto energized by Reds additions to move past worst season Cincinnati Reds Pro
  • Bauer strikes out 12 in Indians Indians Cleveland Pro
  • Breakdancing takes step closer to Olympic debut in Paris
  • Dragons president/GM named executive of the year Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Dayton Dragons Pro
  • Reds second baseman Mike Moustakas on his new team: ‘We’re a legit contender’ Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Hamilton Prep
  • NFL Draft: Joe Burrow weighs value of being No. 1 pick, landing with organization ‘committed... Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals NFL Reds Hamilton Prep
  • 5 fantasy sports operators now licensed by Ohio regulators Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals Cleveland Reds Hamilton Prep
  • PHOTOS: Daytona 500 ends in frightening crash Middletown Butler Dayton Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Hamilton Prep
  • Cleveland Browns to interview Patriots Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Patriot Hamilton Prep
  • Carson Palmer talks playing quarterback for Cincinnati Bengals, who team should draft Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Report: Browns request permission to interview Patriots offensive coordinator Patriots Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Patriot Hamilton Prep
  • Crowded outfield a challenge for Reds manager Bell Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals Cleveland Reds Hamilton Prep
  • Cincinnati Reds: Marty Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals Reds Hamilton Prep
  • Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow talks NFL Draft process over where he might land in... Middletown Butler Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals NFL Browns Cleveland Reds Hamilton Prep
  • Newman released from hospital; Dayton Prep
  • Browns hiring Vikings offensive coordinator Stefanski as next coach Middletown Butler Vikings Fairfield Cincinnati RedHawks Oxford Buckeyes Bengals Browns Cleveland Reds Hamilton Prep
  • NFL reinstates Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett Beavercreek Centerville Miamisburg Dayton NFL Browns Cleveland Pro
  • Bengals coach Zac Taylor on using, trading No. 1 pick of NFL Draft: ‘No decision... Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals NFL Browns Cleveland Reds Pro
  • Sunday, February 09, 2020

    Lady Wave Sinks Pirates










    Greenvilles Lady Wave were able the play the role of spoilers on Wednesday night at West Carrollton. It was senior night for the Pirates and there was even a pep band for the game. So West Carrollton came out strong initially. But the Wave broke out in a strong 2nd quarter and played even the remainder of the game to preserve the victory 53-43.

    Greenville has 2 more regular season games before entering the state tournament on Saturday, February 15th at Tecumseh High School against Benjamin Logan at 12:30pm.


    Greenville:Behnken 17, Wright 5, Yoder 8, Shaffer 2, Gilbert 14, McKinney 2, Hayes 4.
    West Carrollton: Sales 2, H. Bertke 8, M. Bertke 3, Robinson 3, Dewberry 16, Higgins 5, Banks 6.



    Trojans Silence Arrows









    The Trojans got off to a slow start against the SWBL's Preble Shawnee Arrows. The visiting Trojans struggled early to assert themselves on offense. But by the 2nd half they had found their offense and the defense seemed to feed off of that success as the Arrows found it hard to score. The Trojans played 2 entirely different halves of basketball and were successful, finally putting Shawnee away easily 59-47.



    The Trojans close out their regular season with a busy schedule next week against West Milton, TVS, and New Breman.

    Arcanum: Brubaker 11, Goubeaux 2, Gray 24, Burke 6, Baker 2, Delk 14.

    Preble Shawnee: Green 9, Agee 19,Woodard 3, Singleton 16.


    Stories at Daily Advocate

    Game pics



    Wednesday, February 05, 2020

    Blackhawks Over North








    In workmanlike fashion the Mississinawa Blackhawks dispatched the Tri-County North Panthers. An opportunistic defense generated points off of turnovers and the offense was able to create scoring opportunities both inside and outside. North had a tough time establishing an offensive rhythm and the Blackhawks were able to make some nice plays in the 2nd half to win going away 59-42.


    Mississinawa Valley:Dirmeyer 11, Felter 2, A. Scholl 6, Godfrey 12, Hiestand 2, Dirksen 10, B. Scholl 16.
    North: Stinson 20, Rike 3, Royer 6, Eby 7, Pennington 2, McCloud 4.


    Stories at Daily Advocate

    Game Pics


    Sunday, February 02, 2020

    Jets Shoot Daggers in 1st Half, Foul Shots in 2nd Half for Win







    Coach Myers had to be concerned how his young team would react playing on the road at TVS after being manhandled by Arcanum the night before 19-50. Would the team be able to come back up off the mat and compete? The plucky team showed that they came to play and built a 1st quarter lead that they would retain all night. Defensively they held South's Cole Petersen in check, holding him to 15 points on the night and not allowing him to score at all in the last quarter. It was a morale building bounce back win for Franklin Monroe 48-40.

    Franklin-Monroe: Cool 7, Basker 2,Diceanu 11, Byers 10, Sargent 4, Luchini 14.
    TVS: Grobard 5, Wright 6, Crews 10, Petersen 15, Delong 4.

    Stories at Daily Advocate







    Friday, January 31, 2020

    Tigers Triumph Over Panthers









    Despite host Tri-County North coming out of the gate strong in front of a verbose hometown crowd, Ansonia gathered themselves and soon got the upper hand. Strong outside shooting and a tough defense made the difference in this late season showdown between 2 CCC teams. Ansonia would win easily 58-34.


    Ansonia: Maria Troutwine 12, Emma Barga 18, Sky Edwards 3, Molly Barga 13, Heavenly Shilt 1, Kierra Reichert 6, Makayla Stover 5.


    TCN: Delong 6, Cooke 4, Terry R. 9, Lykins 6, Flory 5, Klingenberger 2, Terry M. 2


    Stories at Daily Advocate

    Sunday, January 26, 2020

    Patriots Defeat Stubborn Eagles








    It was a heated contest between the host Tri-Village Patriots and the Troy Christian Eagles this past weekend. It was a defensive contest in the 1st half but both teams found some offense in the 2nd half. The Patriots got the lead late and then had to fend off a stubborn Eagle challenge in the last few minutes. It was shaky at times down the stretch for the young team, but the Patriots managed to walk out of the gym with a 51-44 win.


    Tri-Village: Delong 4, Scantland 11, Dowler 3, Sarver 17, Suggs 13, Finkbine 3.

    Troy Christian: Frantom 4, Peters 15, Gray 10, Jackson 2, Day 3, Clawson 8, Major 2.

    Complete Story posted shortly at Daily Advocate

    Game pics


    Saturday, January 25, 2020

    Ansonia Stopped by Trail






    National Trail has been the team to beat in the CCC this season and this past weekend it was Ansonia's turn at trying to hand the Blazers their 1st league loss. It was a night long battle with the teams going back and forth. But it was Trail who found a way to eek out a lead in the 4th quarter and then hold off Ansonia's attempts at clawing back into the game for a 53-44 win.

    Ansonia: Farrier 15, Stammen 11, Buckingham 3, Barga 11, Hemmerich 4

    Trail: Toms 9, Harrison 20, Woodall 11, Leal 3, Everman 2, Weathington 6.

    Complete Story shortly at Daily Advocate

    Game Pics

    Monday, January 20, 2020

    Jets Victors Over Hounds




    It has been a hard season for the Franklin Monroe Jets. They are in the midst of a rebuilding year and the wins have been few. Likewise, the SWBL's Dixie Greyhounds have struggled this season. The two leagues frequently play each other and it is a point of pride for the CCC to get a win over a SWBL team. In a game of evenly matched teams it can become an exciting contest and indeed things heated up quickly in the Dixie gym. The visiting Jets were the eventual victors in a defensive contest 47-34.







    Scoring: Cool 7, Baker 6, Diceanu 9, Byers 6, Sargent 10, Luchini 8


    Complete Story Shortly at Daily Advocate

    Saturday, January 18, 2020

    Patriots Pulverize Panthers







    The Tri-Village Patriots simply dominated in all phases of the game against league foe Twin Valley South. South has had a resurgence in the new year and has had some impressive wins. They were riding a wave coming into the game, but that wave crashed hard against the stalwart defense and balanced offense of the Patriots. It was a lopsided 56-24 victory for the home team.


    Coach Jones was satisfied with the win, “This was the best, most complete game that we have played this season. We came into the game with a chip on our shoulder; we knew that South had some quality wins and we were prepared for them. Our bigs did a good job rebounding, but even our guards were able to get to the ball.”

    Tri-Village: Dalton Delong 3, Josh Scantland 9, Zacharie Dowler 9, Layne Sarver 7, Wilson Suggs 6, Ty Linkous 9, Dylan Finkbine 10, Jason Hale 3.


    TVS: Clark 2, Marker 3, Wright 1, Keener 1, Crews 3, Petersen 14.

    Complete Story at the Daily Advocate

    Game Pics



    Friday, January 17, 2020

    Blackhawks Struggle Against South







    The visiting Mississinawa Valley Blackhawks started slow and gave the host Twin Valley South Panthers a generous lead early in the game. The team attempted to rally in the 2nd half, but had difficulty making headway against South. The end result would be a long bus ride home for the Blackhawks as they would end up on the wrong side of a 52-37 score.


    Mississinawa Valley Scoring: Emily Scholl 3, Leah Scholl 9, Madi Townsend 2, Kennedy Stachler 9, Kya Levy 4, Taylor Stachler 5, Mattie Hiestand 5.


    Twin Valley South Scoring: Bennet 2, Davidson 9, T. Clark 9, Bowers 10, Neal 15, Newport 3, A. Clark 4.

    Story to be posted shortly to: Daily Advocate






    Sunday, January 12, 2020

    Ansonia Dropped by South










    Twin Valley South, who entered the game winless, put together a game that upset 2nd place Ansonia. However, South has had a resurgence in the new year – barely getting edged by Bethel 50-52 in their previous game. Although Ansonia had their chances and made a hard charge at the end, they would fall in a defensive struggle 38-36.


    Story posted soon to Daily Advocate

    Game pics