XENIA — It must have been the black jerseys.
CEDARVILLE — Football is a game of two halves, and that was no more obvious than in Friday night's contest between the Cedarville Indians (3-3, 1-2 Ohio Heritage Conference) and the Southeastern Trojans (1-5, 1-2 OHC). The Indians'...
Staff ReportHIGH SCHOOLBOYS GOLFBuccaneers win sectional title
CEDARVILLE — The host Cedarville girls volleyball team had to shift gears from passive to aggressive in order to claim a straight-set win over Ohio Heritage Conference rival Greeneview, Thursday night at Cedarville High...
CENTERVILLE — Things seemed to go as planned Thursday for the District I 2014 Sectional tennis tournament at Centerville High School.
BALTIMORE (AP) — The way Nelson Cruz and the Baltimore Orioles are hitting this season, it may not matter much who pitches for the other guys.
XENIA — They're county foes and conference rivals, and both teams were trying to ensure that they'd finish the season with at least a .500 record.
ENON — The host Greenon Knights enjoyed a dominating Senior Night performance to defeat league foe St. Paris Graham, 5-0, Wednesday night.
CINCINNATI — The Bengals are in position to get a lot better in the one area where they're lacking on offense.
GIRLS SOCCERBellbrook 1, Monroe 1
Khalil Capers was chosen as the Edward Jones Investments Athlete of the Month for August at Xenia High School. This award is being sponsored by the office of Mike Reed at Edward Jones Investments of Xenia, serving Xenia, Jamestown, Cedarville and...
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Edinson Volquez's renaissance began with a simple game of catch.
XENIA — One heady play, and Xenia's ability to capitalize on a rare goalie miscue, enabled the Buccaneers to enjoy Senior Night with a 2-0 boys high school soccer win, over Miamisburg, Tuesday at Cox Stadium.
BELLBROOK – Saying a new mindset and a little hard work helped the Bellbrook girls tennis team find success would be vastly understating things, but the Golden Eagles have had a season that surprised even themselves, thanks in part to a new...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The NFL said Tuesday that Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah should not have been penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct when he dropped to his knees in prayer after an interception.
Staff ReportHIGH SCHOOLSOCCERThe Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association state HS soccer poll(As of Sept. 29)BOYS