Minster may have dropped its season opener on the hardwood to Wapakoneta, but there were no complaints after having just five practices due to the extended football season. Read about it in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Growing Pains…There are some things, like ball security in Saturday’s scrimmage with Reynoldsburg, to clean up. But make no mistake. Third year head coach Scot Brewer and his Trojans are eager for the challenges ahead as they look to climb above the .500 mark. Read more from Joe Neves in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
There are no trips, and there is no vacation, that can take the place of a boy growing up with the simple summer fun of an understanding uncle, a .22 rifle, and a sack full of tin cans. Enjoy the 4th of July holiday with this nostalgic story that personifies a freedom inconceivable to lose for so many Americans…today’s Press Pros inside feature.
The Russia Raiders look for a long tournament run after avenging two previous losses to Shelby County League rival Fort Loramie with an inspiring 8-4 victory in the sectional final at Hardman Field in Piqua. Contributing writer Ben Robinson tells the story in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Thursday Baseball on Press Pros…Centerville and Troy (baseball), 4:45 PM, on Press Pros streaming audio and 107.3 at the game.
12-0 The Old-Fashioned Way?….What you see is what you get with Justin Williams and the Covington football team as it puts more focus on execution than being fancy. It’s worked to perfection so far as the Buccs toppled Summit Country Day 58-14 Saturday to stay alive in the Division V playoffs. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Behind a devastating ground attack the Covington Buccaneers and running back A.J. Ouellette took an impressive first step in silencing its postseason critics Saturday by thrashing the Dixie Greyhounds 55-18 in the opening round of the 2012 state playoffs. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.