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Nov
18

‘Cats Take Div. VII Region Title: Stokes…We Have To Get Better…

Minster continues defy the odds, winning their fifth straight Friday in the Region 28 regional final to advance to next week’s state semi-final in Division VII. Read more in today’s inside MAC feature.

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Nov
18

‘Cats Take Div. VII Region Title: Stokes…We Have To Get Better…

Minster continues defy the odds, winning their fifth straight Friday in the Region 28 regional final to advance to next week’s state semi-final in Division VII. Read more in today’s inside MAC feature.

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Nov
4

Seven Blasts From The Cannon: Sidney Advances To Round Two…!

Sidney had a blast – seven of them, actually – as the town has embraced the football program and running back Isaiah Bowser (above). It was standing-room only with 4,000 fans packing home-side grandstand. Read more on Sidney’s big win over Belmont of the first-round play-offs by Greg Billing inside today’s feature.

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Nov
2

Staying In The Moment … And The Regional Tournament

Fort Loramie keeps its focus to fend off Russia in D-IV regional semifinals with a four-set victory. The Redskins spread the ball around to keep the Raiders off balance and set up a regional final clash with a familiar foe. Read more on the semi-regional win by Greg Billing inside today’s feature.

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Nov
2

Staying In The Moment … And The Regional Tournament

Fort Loramie keeps its focus to fend off Russia in D-IV regional semifinals with a four-set victory. The Redskins spread the ball around to keep the Raiders off balance and set up a regional final clash with a familiar foe. Read more on the semi-regional win by Greg Billing inside today’s feature.

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Oct
28

“Best Feeling In The World” … Troy Beats Piqua In The Rain

Troy overcame the rain, the mud, and turnovers, relying on the remarkable performance of Jaydon Culp-Bishop to beat Piqua Friday and take a one-game lead in the all-time series – 64-63-8 – over Piqua. Read our Press Pros account of the game from Greg Billing in today’s inside feature.

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Oct
21

Trick Or Treat … Sidney Digs Into Bag Of Tricks For Sweet Win Over Butler

Running back Isaiah Bowser tossed a touchdown pass. Defensive lineman Devan Rogers caught a touchdown and nearly threw one, too. After suffering its first loss last week, Sidney had some fun in a 55-34 victory over the Butler Aviators on Friday night. Read more GWOC football inside today Press Pros by Greg Billing.

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Oct
21

Trick Or Treat … Sidney Digs Into Bag Of Tricks For Sweet Win Over Butler

Running back Isaiah Bowser tossed a touchdown pass. Defensive lineman Devan Rogers caught a touchdown and nearly threw one, too. After suffering its first loss last week, Sidney had some fun in a 55-34 victory over the Butler Aviators on Friday night. Read more GWOC football inside today Press Pros by Greg Billing.

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Oct
18

Togetherness With Coldwater Volleyball And Tennessee Chicken…!

What’s the difference in Coldwater volleyball this season, maybe other than keeping the season going so they can enjoy more of that Tennessee Chicken from the Grill on Main? Togetherness, for one; and a lot to celebrate. A Press Pros profile on the state’s #1 team in Division III…in today’s inside feature.

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Oct
14

Troy Answers Critics – Shuts Down #4-Ranked Sidney

They shut down Andre’ (above)….And the Troy Trojans answered their early-season critics to continue their late-season surge with a resounding win over the #4-ranked Sidney Yellow Jackets. Read more about the game from Greg Billing in today’s Press Pros inside GWOC feature.

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Oct
7

Patience Paying Off For Trojans

Sitting at a crossroads facing a 1-2 record, the Trojans stayed the course and rattled off their fourth straight win with a 36-20 victory over Butler. Read more GWOC Football by Greg Billing in today feature of Press Pros.

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Sep
30

Sidney Beats “Banner”, And Piqua, To Take The Battered Helmet…

The Spoils…Sidney’s Isaiah Bowser hoists the symbol of the Piqua-Sidney rivalry – the battered helmet – following the Yellow Jackets’ thrilling win Friday night at Alexander Stadium, in Piqua. Read more on the game from Greg Billing in today’s Press Pros feature.

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Sep
23

Piqua Throws Xenia For A Loss

Piqua cousins Austin Davis and Hayden Schrubb held a family reunion in Alexander Stadium’s end zone, combining for three touchdowns in Piqua’s 36-20 victory over Xenia on Bill Nees Night. Read more on Greg Billing’s story inside today’s GWOC feature of Press Pros.

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Sep
16

East Surprises Fort Loramie: Vikings Catch Redskins At The End

Fort Loramie’s mistakes were huge, and paved the way for visiting Miami East to hang around long enough to eventually capture a thrilling outcome. Read more on Greg Billing’s story inside today’s feature on Press Pros.

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Sep
16

East Surprises Fort Loramie: Vikings Catch Redskins At The End

Fort Loramie’s mistakes were huge, and paved the way for visiting Miami East to hang around long enough to eventually capture a thrilling outcome. Read more on Greg Billing’s story inside today’s feature on Press Pros.

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Sep
9

T-Bolts Too Much For Tipp…

A bigger and faster Northmont team proved too much for a gritty Tippecanoe team that didn’t give in during a 44-12 Thunderbolts’ victory. Read More on Billing’s story inside today feature.

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Sep
2

Davis Airs It Out…But Piqua Falls Short To Trotwood

Rain was predicted to be falling from the skies Friday, but instead, Piqua’s Austin Davis filled the air with footballs. Davis threw for 284 yards and three scores, but the Indians and Ben Schmiesing (above) came up just short of knocking off perennial power Trotwood. Read more inside today’s feature by Greg Billing.

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Aug
30

The Hometown Kid: ‘Big Wes’ Is A Big Thing At Indiana…

The hometown kid from West Milton has made it big – literally really ‘big’ – at Indiana University. And Thursday night Wes Martin will play before divided loyalties as the Hoosiers open the season with the Ohio State Buckeyes. Read more from Greg Billing in the latest Press Pros inside feature.

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Aug
26

Trotwood Throttles Troy In Opening Payback…

Too many holes, and too many Rams…Trotwood more than atoned for opening losses the last two years to the Troy Trojans. Their 48-0 win Friday was enough to make Trojans coach Matt Burgbacher describe it as, “humble pie”. More in today’s story from Greg Billing.

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Aug
21

Keeping Up With Jones … And The Cardinals

She’s the MVP of the AAU National Volleyball Championships in her division. Now, Paige Jones is intent on leading the New Bremen Cardinals to the first MAC championship in eight years. One of the most unique athletes in the area, read more about her in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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