The man who once wrote that Arizona is untamed and unspoiled didn’t live long enough to see it now. The snowbirds are all here…for life, and baseball.
To respond to our weekend mailbag following last week’s opening to NCAA baseball, some thoughts on the choice of early baseball content, and its relevance to what’s good for “kids”.
Wait ‘Til You See What Happened…At least the expression from Jackson Center’s Olivia Clark might lead you to wonder, as the Tigers moved on in Division IV Monday with an easy, but impressive, win over Mississinawa Valley. Read the latest Press Pros SCL feature.
Wait ‘Til You See What Happened…At least the expression from Jackson Center’s Olivia Clark might lead you to wonder, as Jackson Center moved on in Division IV Monday with an easy, but impressive, win over Mississinawa Valley. Read the latest Press Pros SCL feature.
The Dayton Flyers continued their torrid hitting and got just enough pitching and defense to notch their first win of the season…over Furman. Read about the game in our latest Flyer post.
After disappointing losses in their first two games against Furman, the Dayton Flyers look to salvage a win, and confidence, in Sunday’s series finale.
Could Have, Should Have…The Dayton Flyers scored enough runs to win, but for the second day in a row the pitching couldn’t keep Furman off home plate. Catcher Bailey Montoya stretches to try to tag out a runner in the Paladins’ three-run third. Read more on the game in today’s inside feature.
The baseball passion of one Dayton Flyers comes with a very familiar story, and from a very familiar source.
Two bad innings spelled doom for UD in their baseball opener against Furman. But in between…glimpses of better things to come.
They call college baseball the purest form of good baseball. But I had forgotten… life on a bus, dinner at Golden Corral, and the fun that comes with a baseball team on the road.
Coming off back-to-back seasons of “less than anticipated”, Tony Vittorio and the Dayton Flyers are out to prove that some old theories still add up to wins in baseball.
A season-long trial of ups and downs by many teams makes you question the direction of basketball. On the eve of the tournament trail…some thoughts on the state of the union of amateur basketball, from people with anything but an amateur’s perspective. Read today’s inside feature.
I’m sure the brains behind the new rule limiting the wear and tear on high school pitching arms is well-intended, but I join a lot of veteran baseball people who say…it takes even more fun out of playing baseball.
In our tradition of assessing the pre-tournament fortunes of our coverage area’s best basketball teams, some answers to your questions about who’s good (or the best), and how far does Press Pros think they can go on a tournament run?
Coldwater struggled with the inside-outside presence of Gavin Richards and Trace Couch (above, #15), as Division IV contender Tri-Village traveled north and took home a 52-44 non-conference win on Saturday. Read more about the game, and the Patriots, in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Russia made it tough on SCL all-time scorer Nathan Lessing (above), but the Fairlawn Jets staged a furious second half comeback to make the Raiders earn their fourth consecutive Shelby County League title Friday. They beat the Jets, 48-46. Read more on the game in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
She’s truly the epitome of one who’s ageless as she ages. My mom turns 89 today, and still ranks me in most things about which I should be better
“This is huge,” said Russia guard Maria Herron (above, #23 in blue). For the first time in her high school career the Raiders beat Ft. Loramie not just once, but twice in the same season. In fact, it was the first time since anyone could remember. Read more about the game in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
As good a player as he is, LeBron James might do well to figure out that criticism isn’t the same thing as hate.
Just five years removed from being the A-10 champs and a NCAA regional qualifier, Tony Vittorio and the Dayton Flyers find themselves in a position of regaining a baseball profile as lofty as the one on their center field scoreboard. Read about the progress being made in today’s Press pros inside feature.