Piqua used it past, as well as its present, to erupt in the second half and cruise to an opening night win over St. John’s Jesuit.
The latest from our intrepid culture of Press Pros readers, far and wide, on topics from why history and places like Gettysburg “does” matter, to why the Washington Redskins’ nickname “doesn’t” matter to the average person. The best from those who can apparently say, “I spent my summer reading Press Pros”… in today’s inside feature.
Cash For College…Miami East’s Angie Mack receives an OHSAA Scholar Athlete Award from Assistant Commissioner Beau Rugg during ceremonies Tuesday at the Southwest District Board Scholar-Athlete Reception. With eight varsity letters earned and a 4.0 GPA, Mack will attend Grace College come September. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
A Man For The Times, His Community…Our monthly collection of reader responses is highlighted by comments on the recent state baseball tournament, and in particular, appreciation for the impact that one man has made in his community among those he coaches and to whom he represents such a positive role model…Wheelersburg coach, Mike Estep (left). Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Even good teams need a little luck, some good fortune, to succeed. After nine innings, “Lady Luck” came up big for Coldwater in Thursday’s Division III semi-final. By Joe Neves Columbus – Sometimes, good teams need a little luck. Thursday, the Coldwater Cavaliers took advantage of two Wheelersburg misplays in the bottom of the tenth [...]