MT. ORAB – After former coach Evan Dreyer left the Broncos program for the Oak Hills job, it wasn't long until Western Brown filled the position with a familiar face to the Western Brown community and Bronco fans.
Columbus Sport Cards will present Ohio's oldest and largest sports card and memorabilia show with 100 tables and dealers from over eight states. The show will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 14 and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday,...
Nate Schmitt helped lead the Eastern High School team to an overall record of 12 wins, five losses, and two ties as a senior soccer play at Eastern High School. During the season he scored 17 goals and added five assists. He had a very special...
FAYETTEVILLE — Caleb Dowers pulled out all the stops to ensure that his senior teammates came away with a victory on the final home game of their career.
The Southern Hills Athletic Conference announced their all-conference basketball teams for the 2014/2015 girls basketball season, and they picked the obvious choice to be coach of the year.
Williamsburg High School will hold their Wildcat Gala and Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on March 13 at Receptions-Eastgate. The evening begins at 5:30 p.m. with a Silent Auction followed by dinner, guest speaker world-walker Steven Newman...
Ripley-Union-Lewis-Huntington Homecoming court attendees include freshman Tristan Angeles and Meggie Scott, sophomores Alexandra Carrizalez, Jordan Griffith, and Laymon Marshall and junior Michael Oberschlake. Kilee Brookbank was not...
By Daniel Karelldkarell@civitasmedia.com
By Daniel Karelldkarell@civitasmedia.com
GEORGETOWN — WLWT sports anchor and reporter George Vogel was inducted into the Georgetown Athletics Hall of Fame last Friday night. Here's what his plaque reads:
VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL2-12-15Fayetteville-Perry 97, West Union 34Eastern 38, Manchester 29Lynchburg 50, RULH 332-14-15Eastern 48, Huntington 40
The season-long struggles for the Ripley-Union-Lewis-Huntington Blue Jays continued as they fell to (13-8) West Union in their penultimate home game, 65-59, at RULH High School on Feb. 13.
The Ripley-Union-Lewis-Huntington Lady Blue Jays finished their season on a down note with a 50-33 defeat against intra-conference foe Lynchburg-Clay.
Eastern High School indoor track and field members Cassidy Staggs, Kayla Tomlin, Delaney Walsh, Madison Hopkins earned a Top 10 ranking in Division 2/3 in the 4x200 meter girls relay and will likely qualify for the state meet on March 7 at Akron...
The Western Brown Lady Broncos found out first hand just how good Felicity-Franklin pair Ashley Moore and Maria Ruwe are to their team's success.
FAYETTEVILLE — Both the Fayetteville-Perry Lady Rockets players on the court and fans in the stands witnessed a night that few will soon forget.
Coaches from across the southwest district came together to determine and select the seeds for the Ohio state sectional tournaments on Sunday, Feb. 15.
GEORGETOWN — It definitely wasn't the prettiest basketball on display, but the Georgetown Lady G-Men got the job done.
GEORGETOWN — For the first time in a few weeks, the Georgetown G-Men were loose, playing without any stress or worry, and it showed on the scoreboard.
MT. ORAB — The Western Brown Lady Broncos basketball team just had an off night.
GEORGETOWN — The Georgetown Athletics Hall of Fame added four new inductees into their class of 2015.
The Knights of Columbus Fr. Sourd, council 2423 of Fayetteville hosted a free-throw shooting contest at Fayetteville High School, Jan. 18. Children, nine to 14, participated. Each child shot 15 free throws. The most shots made determined the winner of...
Georgetown was given a No. 1 seed as all five Brown County girls varsity basketball teams were placed in the 2015 Ohio state basketball tournament bracket.
Results from Cedarville University Richey Indoor HS Tuneup held Jan. 31:Cassidy Staggs finished seventh overall and second in Division 2/3 in the 55 meter hurdles. She ranks 19th in the state Division 2/3.
RIPLEY — With nearly their entire bench rotation injured, the (14-6) Fayetteville-Perry five grinded out a full game on the road to win, 51-41, against (8-13) Ripley-Union-Lewis-Huntington at RULH High School.