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Thursday, January 24, 2019

CCC to Split?

Interesting read.  No idea that this was being contemplated.  So it comes as a surprise.  10 of the CCC schools are looking to leave the conference.  The main reason - it is rumored that football is a big part of it - dominance by a few teams that won most of the championships.  I think that if this is true then it is a mistake.  You should raise your program to level of your competition, not kick the competition out.  But the mindset must be if you can't beat 'em, leave 'em.

Here is the complete Article: Troy Daily News

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

South Comeback Bid Falls Short

South had a rough time figuring out the Dunbar half court trap. Although South lead at the end of the first quarter, they fell behind at halftime 16-21. South was able to break the trap most possessions, Dunbar was able to generate enough turnovers to keep a lead. When South went to a zone defense from a man to man in the 3rd quarter, Dunbar began to hit shots from outside to open up a lead of up to 10 points. Also this was probably the worst quarter as far as Panther turnovers. But the Lady Panthers adjusted their defense and their offense gradually began to chew into the Dunbar lead. The game became heated as it entered the last minute. Point guard Madison Johnson was injured at this point and had to leave the court. It was a valiant effort but South ended up falling 44-42

Scoring for TVS: Lea Bennet 2; Taylor Clark 8; Taylor Bowers 11; Madison Johnson 11;MacKenzie Neal 10.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Dayton Area Sports Jan 21+

  • Girls basketball sectional: Winchester march begins in semis
  • North Adams starts fast, finishes on top of BHS
  • Second-half surge lifts LCC past Celina
  • Sports Digest
  • Prep Roundup: Darke County swimmers fare well at Southwest Ohio Coaches Classic Tri-Village Arcanum Ansonia Miami University Oxford College
  • Beavers pin loss on T-bolt wrestling team Beavercreek Beavers Northmont Miami Valley Prep
  • Skyhawks battle back for win Sidney Yellow Jackets Prep
  • Jackson commits to Eastern Michigan Troy Prep
  • Aviators beach the Pirates West Carrollton Pirates Aviator Butler Carroll Prep
  • Lady Aviators rout Xenia Buccaneers Aviator Butler Xenia Prep
  • Northmont Science Olympiad Team competes Centerville Northmont Prep
  • Milton-Union announces latest Athletic Hall of Fame inductees Union Milton Prep
  • Lima Senior ranked No. 8 Spartans Prep
  • Expanded wildlife hunting and viewing opportunities to be available in Southwest Ohio Eagle Prep
  • GWOC team new No. 1 in Division II boys basketball poll Madison GWOC Trotwood-Madison Rams Trotwood Cincinnati Prep
  • Yellow Jackets games moved up Yellow Jackets Prep
  • Coach proud of Bucs Buccaneers Xenia Prep
  • Troy boys, girls both 4th at Pioneer Classic: Monday sports roundup bowl Troy Trojan Prep
  • Bowling for Babies bowl Fairfield Prep
  • Archdeacon: Despite weather issues, the show goes on at Flyin’ to the Hoop...
  • Prep basketball: Top-ranked Moeller rallies past Lakota East in King Classic
  • https://www.journal-news.com/sports/prep-girls-basketball-mcs-remains-positive-despite-loss-warriors/T1W9h79exEoKA4vNMnSc9L/
  • PHOTOS: Lakota West Vs.
  • Boys Basketball Leaderboard
  • Sports | The Daily Standard minster vs Marion boys
  • Sports | The Daily Standard minster vs Marion girls
  • ‘Moving Day’…Minster Shoots Past Coldwater GWOC MAC Coldwater Minster UD College
  • Flyin' to the Hoop: Monday's action Union Dayton Ohio State College
  • Slump Buster … Tipp Ends Offensive Woes Vs. Versailles GWOC MAC Versailles UD College
  • Loramie “Wins The Moment” Over Minster…. GWOC MAC Minster UD College
  • Bruns’ 29, Coldwater Serves Notice…Cavs Blast St. John GWOC MAC Coldwater UD College
  • Extra! Extra! … Russia Goes OT To Stop Jackson Center GWOC MAC UD Raiders College
  • This Week In Basketball…Volume Eight GWOC Sidney Stebbins Trotwood MAC UD College
  • Strike-A-Thon…Troy Tops Sidney In GWOC Bowling bowl GWOC Sidney Troy MAC UD Ohio State College
  • High School Wrestling: Graham falls in showdown with St. Ed’s Springfield Prep
  • Flyin’ to the Hoop: Springfield falls short against California power Springfield Wildcats Prep
  • PHOTOS: Madison Vs. Carlisle High School Basketball Madison Carlisle Prep
  • Girls basketball: West Liberty-Salem pulls away from Catholic Central Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Reds Catholic Central Prep
  • Catholic Central rolls past Tigers Jefferson Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Reds Catholic Central Prep
  • Boys basketball: Irish roll past West Jefferson Tigers Jefferson Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Reds Catholic Central Irish Prep
  • Prep basketball: Madison dealt ‘painful’ loss by D-III power Harvest Prep while Flyin’ Madison Prep
  • Prep basketball: Canadian power pulls away for King Classic win over Middletown Middletown Prep
  • Prep girls basketball: CCS starting to roll, New Miami remains winless New Miami Prep
  • Prep girls basketball: CCS starting to roll, New Miami remains winless New Miami Prep
  • Operation Basketball team of Tigers Union Dayton Ohio State Stivers Prep
  • Flyin’ braces for “traveling circus,” makes weather-impact back-up plan Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Reds Pro
  • Girls basketball: KR’s Morris nominated for McDonald’s All-American Game Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Reds Pro
  • College
  • Out of job at UCLA, Steve Alford reveals incredible IU Bobby Knight stories IND Prep
  • Marauder men rally past Wilberforce Bulldogs Central State Marauders Wilberforce College
  • Insider: IU IND Purdue Indiana College
  • MSU Dominates Second Half…Beats Ohio State Spartans GWOC MAC UD Ohio State Buckeyes College
  • Tate Martell leaving Ohio State for Miami Union Dayton Ohio State College
  • Wittenberg men’s basketball: 10 things to know about 10-1 start Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Reds Pro
  • Cunningham leads Flyers past W. Michigan Union Dayton Flyers Ohio State College
  • Love leads Raiders past Morehead State 78-67 Union Dayton Ohio State Raiders College
  • No. 19 Maryland tops Ohio State 75-61 Union Dayton Ohio State College
  • Wright State rallies in second half to win at Youngstown State Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Reds Wright State College
  • Minster Rebounds…Wins Over GWOC MAC Marion Local Minster UD Ohio State College
  • Ohio State Can’t Handle Maryland’s Athletes In 75-61 Loss…. GWOC MAC UD Ohio State Columbus College
  • Report: Urban Meyer may return to TV as college football analyst TV Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Reds Pro
  • Wittenberg quarterback to play pro football in Austria Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Reds Pro
  • Pro
  • Quarterback who played on both of Bengals’ Super Bowl teams dead at 62... bowl Cincinnati Bengals Pro
  • Hal McCoy: No homer — Reds radio voice Marty Brennaman pulled no punches... Cincinnati Reds Pro
  • Sonny Gray on joining Reds: ‘It just feels right for me’ Cincinnati Reds Pro
  • Voice of the Reds Marty Brennaman to retire after 2019 season Union Dayton Ohio State Reds Pro
  • Jon Gruden: Raiders QB coach will be new Bengals offensive coordinator Tigers Cincinnati Wittenberg Buckeyes Bengals Reds Raiders College
  • Gray traded from Yanks to Reds Cincinnati Reds Pro
  • Prop bets popular for Super Bowl, but NFL wants them gone bowl Patriots NFL Patriot Prep
  • Sunday, January 20, 2019

    Panthers Pummel Patriots










    The Twin Valley South Panthers are ensconced at the top the CCC and there is a reason for that – multiple weapons on offense and a stout defense.  The visiting Patriots received a full draught of what the Panthers were capable of on Friday night.  Despite making some defensive changes, the Patriots could not stop the Panthers from scoring. On offense, they had a rough time maintaining consistent scoring themselves.  The Patriots would fall 73-35.

    Complete story at the Daily Advocate

    Game pics


    Tri-Village Tramples Trail









    The Tri-Village Patriots were firing on all 8 cylinders for their game against fellow CCC team National Trail.  Tri-Village could do nothing wrong and for visiting Trail - nothing went right. The Patriots dominated on both sides of the ball as their offense scored pretty much at will and the defense overwhelmed Trail for a lopsided 54-13 win. 

    The Patriots had 3 players in double figures, Emma Prinz 10, Meghan Downing 13, and Lissa Siler 15. Also scoring were Madison Foreman 2, Molly Scantland 3, Andi Bietry 3, and Maddie Downing 8.


    Complete Story at the Daily Advocate

    Game pics