Like Something From Make Believe?…Who would have taken the bet? No one, that for a second year in a row the MAC sends three to the state tournament…and all could win again! Read more, and about the new kid on the block, in today’s Press Pros inside feature
Marion Local’s Hunter Wilker focused on a second half catch that helped the Flyers advance past Defiance Tinora Saturday…to focus on what would be their fifth consecutive title in next weekend’s state finals. Read more on possible history in the making…in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Kraig Schoenherr (above, #4) stepped in for teammate Chris Post, and his biggest offensive night of the season helped Coldwater advance to the state finals Friday for a fourth year in a row, an hopefully, another title. Read more in today’s Press Pros feature.
With five area teams poised to earn berths in the state finals for the second year in a row, the eyes of the state are on Miami Valley football this weekend.
The diminutive freshman of the champion 2015 Versailles Tigers never let her size get in the way of her own ambitions, or her team’s goal of winning a state basketball title. And if you don’t believe the numbers, just listen now to what she has to say. Read more in the latest Press Pros inside feature.
If you have the time between meals and naps to read today, some thoughts on why all of us in the Press Pros market have more to be thankful for than we can appreciate, or even express! Take a moment for today’s inside feature…then eat, sleep, and be merry!
What really happens to the local high school “can’t miss” when they get to a college sports program and suddenly disappear? Well, thanks to the human element, it’s not as tough to figure out as you might think.
As the football Final Four looms this weekend, excellent responses follow on recent posts on Press Pros, particularly on last week’s column on “dynasties” in high school football. Read more in the latest inside feature on Press Pros.
If Urban Meyer can somehow pull this off, finish 11-1, secure a New Year’s Day bowl bid, hold his recruiting class together, and convince those coming back that one bad day of play-calling does not signal a trend for the future…I’ll call it the greatest coaching achievement since last year’s 3-pack with Cardale Jones.
On what the locals call “remembrance” day in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, the people and America comes back to pay tribute to the sacrifice once made to keep us unified as a country…and the words from a president that hold respect even unto this day.
If you say you’re tired of seeing the same teams win, for whatever reason, the question becomes what do you have in mind…as an alternative? Read more on the argument for why dynasties are a good thing…in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
If you don’t have much time to spend, and a little money to risk, there’s still places you can go to find pheasant hunting the likes of which your dad used to talk about. And I didn’t even miss a football game. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
It’s not your typical all-star team, but rather, a list of area kids (like Troy’s Hayden Kotwica, above) that always seemed to play well on the nights that we saw them during the 2015 football season. Here they are, and our reasons why. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
The current issues on college campuses amounts to little more than the next tempest in a teapot. The solution? If you don’t feel safe where you are, go somewhere where you do.
Serving Notice?….Quarterback Kaleb Romero (#10, above) set records and served notice to would-be opponents in Division VI with Mechanicsburg’s win over Delphos. The Indians are to be taken seriously! Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature. (Feature Photo by Julie McMaken Wright)
Running back Chris Post (above) had a monster night and Coldwater as a team played like monsters, throttling Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Friday in the Division V regional semi-final at Alexander Stadium. Read about it in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
To those who never played, or those who are otherwise too removed to remember, there’s no feeling more empty than that of knowing you’ve played your last game.
He’s called a conservative voice of reason in the United States Senate, and Congressman Jim Jordan (4th District, Urbana) took some time this week to field questions from Press Pros readers. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
With a week in the books, impressive performances on the field weren’t the only thing that had fans talking about the football playoffs. Some chose to stay home and read about it, and here’s why.
Strong Words…You might not have heard of him, but those who’ve seen him wrestle, and increasingly, those who see him quarterback the Mechanicsburg Indians, believe there’s no one better for his size anywhere in Ohio…than Kaleb Romero. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.