Official Escort…Ft. Recovery’s Ross Homan rumbles to the end zone with a recovered block punt (that he blocked) to score in the Indians’ 39-0 win over New Bremen. At 6-0 the “Fort” is making some noise of its own in the MAC, the subject of today’s inside feature.
If you’re one that’s wondering why your team hasn’t been written about on Press Pros yet, consider the same factors that we do relative to who’s reading, and why?
There’s not reason to lose your mind yet over Andy Dalton and the Bengals, but, there is reason to reevaluate the jaded perspective that prevails here in Western Ohio. Words from Greg Hoard and others in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
If you’re horrified and turned off by the fight that happened in the Washington Nationals’ dugout, consider that we all need a occasional wake-up call, however it comes.
Some call it “Sports Talk”, some call it “entertainment”, and some would even call it making a living. But I call all the superfluous yack and analysis about “games” pure self-aggrandizement…and sleep-inducing.
No highlights, just bare-knuckle football as Marion Local slugged its way past St. Henry to its fifth straight, and 42nd consecutive win.
The death of Yogi Berra is one more reminder of major league baseball’s best days having gone by. And frankly, it has nothing to do with baseball.
Bitter-Sweet Memories….Thirteen years after meeting in the 2002 playoffs, Troy Christian and Covington meet again Friday, and those who were there for the first game have not forgotten, some more and some less. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Thankfully, The Defense Came…And good that it did Saturday as a second straight week of lackluster offense left the Buckeyes in jeopardy to a determined effort by Northern Illinois. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
With subdued numbers Coldwater still overwhelmed St. Henry to claim its latest victory, its latest shutout, and to extend a winning streak.
Most people will think football in terms of a Friday night in St. Henry, but I go early to visit, pay respect, and thank an old hero from my youth for what his kindness once meant to me.
Some words about SEC coaches who thumb their nose at Ohio State’s remaining schedule. All hail the first amendment, but you’d better take care of your business!
Last year it was bad behavior by the Ohio State band members; this year it’s questionable content of the Kansas State’s band and it’s halftime show. Why?
Rings Of Honor…Members of the 1966 Ohio State baseball national champions show off their bling. Long overlooked in the legacy of Ohio State championships, they came home Saturday to remember and be recognized. More in today’s inside feature.
A Picture Tells It All…How great line play, execution, and a stellar night by his receivers helped quarterback Jack Hemmelgarn (#10) have a career night in Coldwater’s shutout win Friday over Minster. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
The latest from those who read these pages and take the time to share an opinion…in this edition on “trophies”, Chris Borland, and the future of high school football. What you won’t read anywhere else, in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
If you knew my dad in his prime you won’t be surprised to learn that Labor Day as we think of it now was anything but a holiday…and something that made you want to go back to work on Tuesday.
If we believe in meteorology, in the science of cell phones and technology, why are we so in the dark when it comes to playing (or not playing) football in rain and lightning?
Absolutely nothing good came out of the judge’s ruling for Tom Brady vs. the National Football League, and if you’re a rational thinker with any conscience at all, here’s why!
It’s taken a year, but I will totally admit that I’ve reversed course on my original disdain for high school football’s “mercy rule”. And here’s why.