Ohio State’s Noah McGowan shows his frustration with missed offensive opportunities, as the Buckeyes fell for the second time in three days to Utah in the Big Ten- PAC 12 Challenge. Read more in our latest Press Pros feature.
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The Redskins overcame what their coach called “a selfish start” and rolled over Riverside in the opening round of the D-IV sectional at Piqua High School.
Ohio State freshman Connor Pohl is living a dream while biding his time to play a more substantive role in Division I college baseball. For now, he couldn’t be happier.
Covington bounced back from a rough end to the season and knocked off Ansonia, while Jackson Center used its trademark defense to advance to the D-IV sectional semi-finals at Piqua High School.
No surprise, but Fairlawn’s opening round win serves notice that the Jets are a serious contender for sectional, and even district (?) honors?
Cherry Bomb…Brady Cherry’s fifth inning homer helped the Buckeyes atone for Thursday’s ugly loss with a most sparking turnaround Friday, handing Oregon State it’s first loss of the year. Read more in the latest Buckeye baseball post.
A chilled reception in the desert…Greg Beals and the Buckeyes got cooled off by the Utah Utes Thursday night on opening day of the Pac 12-Big Ten challenge. The good news…it was actually warmer back home. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
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.
Volume #3 of your best comments about posts on Press Pros for 2017. In this edition: The “outdoors, fishing, and birds”, pitch counts in high school baseball, Greg Hoard, basketball’s “black eye”… and “Mom(s)”. Read and enjoy the latest Press Pros inside 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.
The Florida Sunshine Classic wasn’t all clear skies and balmy breezes for the Buckeyes. Ohio State left here Sunday afternoon forced to settle with a split in the four-game event and the full realization that much needs to be done.
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.
Recruiting, fall practice, and anticipation is over. The Buckeyes open this weekend in Florida with purpose…to see if talent, plus chemistry, can equal early wins.
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.
At first look, the numbers released by the Ohio Division of Wildlife this past week might be alarming to some. But they really aren’t.
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.
One team struggled to take care of the basketball, while the other struggled to put that same basketball in the hoop. Troy managed to reverse its first-round fortune against Tippecanoe, and came away with its second straight win. Read Joe Neves’ account of the game in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
The yellow fingernail polish stays on the shelf. It’s bright, bright like a screaming caution light. It was one means of communicating with his pitchers and the middle infielders. Now, ‘shortstop’ Jalen Washington focuses on new ways to communicating his value to a program that will depend on his leadership.