The mailbox is jammed and begs relief as we share comments from far and wide on recent Press Pros topics…culinary choices from the deep woods, birthdays and Don Larsen, and why do we play the National Anthem before every sporting event? The latest inside feature on Press Pros.
It was orange and black versus orange and black, two of the kingpins of the MAC playing for league and bragging rights. Our photo essay of a thrilling Versailles win Tuesday, three games to one. Check it out in the today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Letters (emails) from a lot of first-time readers populate this month’s page, with comments on Vin Scully, and support for the notion that nothing good really does happen after midnight…and hard work and commitment seems to trump many of our social issues! Our latest installment of the ‘Reader Speaks’.
The month starts out strong with comments from Press Pros readers around the area…and around the country. More than just football presently, it seems there’s a lot on people’s mind. Read more in today’s inside feature on Press Pros…and take your own opportunity to write. It’s good stuff!
They were effective enough on offense, and prohibitive on defense. The combination led impressive young Troy to an impressive opening win over Trotwood. Read Greg Billing’s column in the latest Press Pros post.
Opening night of the football season turned out to be a tease…as many area games were suspended until Saturday to determine the outcome. And some good ones, at that!
A strong running game with Shane Shoop (above) and stout defense helped Troy impress in its first scrimmage…and build confidence heading into the 2016 season. Greg Billing writes about it in today’s inside feature.
Our monthly review and more first-time readers than ever before took the opportunity to write and let us know their thoughts on recent Press Pros posts, the movie ‘Concussion’, and more. We appreciate your taking the time, and your patronage. Read today’s Press Pros inside feature. (Photo Courtesy of Sony Pictures)
Nearly 50 years after he retired, former Browns’ receiver Gary Collins continues to await the long-overdue call from Pro Football Hall of Fame. In a Press Pros encore presentation, the late Dale Meggas makes the case that many appreciated at the time of its original publishing in 2011. Enjoy! (Photos courtesy of the Browns)
Many are on vacation, but response to columns posted on Press Pros continues at the usual summer pace. Good stuff on high school basketball, how to win friends and fans at the ballpark, and why didn’t the Reds hire Terry Francona (above) when they had the chance? Read today’s feature on Press Pros.
Never has there been wider participation, or a wider disparity in views on recent topics on Press Pros…on baseball fights and good sportsmanship, on matters of playing baseball in better weather (again), and whether admitting you weren’t a good wrestler makes you a better Congressman. Our latest inside feature.
Crowning outstanding high school careers in competition on and off the field, Versailles’ Kristin Langston and Coldwater’s Jack Hemmelgarn have been selected as the Press Pros MAC Scholar Athletes of The Year. Read more in the latest inside feature on Press Pros.
The weather was good, baseball was good, and Minster took advantage of both to win the 24th annual Loramie invitational tournament. Onlookers from across the street in Loramie watch as Aaron Ernst pitches from the 4th inning with 6 strikeouts and 2 walks to end the game with a win.
Dayton enjoyed a rare offensive feast on Friday, defeating George Mason in Atlantic 10 Conference play.
We continue to collect new readers, new friends, and new responses from those moved to comment on recent opinions and columns shared on Press Pros. To christen a new month we offer these in today’s inside feature.
February set more records for numbers of new readers and first-time correspondence to the website. And whether you agree or disagree, we’re always happy to hear your opinion.
The latest from Press Pros readers on recent published topics: sportsmanship, on performing the national anthem, on second chance coaches, and laughing at the Reds. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
If you haven’t, and want to, you need to read and contact us for your application for this year’s Hal McCoy scholarship award…before it’s too late!
It’s as much an issue with some as the final score, how to accept both victory and defeat. A number of people have written to share their views on humble “winners” and unhappy “losers”. Read the comments of recent Press Pros readers in today’s inside feature.
In tribute to another sports year, our regular sampling of responses received from the faithful, far and wide. As always, we thank you for your support, and more, for sharing what you like and don’t like from the pages of Press Pros. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.