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Oct
13

Butterfingers, But Butler Hangs On Enough To Beat Piqua….

Butler nearly fumbled away a golden opportunity against Piqua, but the Aviators escape with a 27-25 win over rival Piqua. Read Andy Anders’ story of the game in today’s Press Pros feature.

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Oct
7

Squirrels Along The Creek With Uncle Mel….

You talk about the experiences of your life that you’ll never forget…for a twelve-year-old boy his first morning of real hunting is one that ranks at the very top. To this day I’ll never forget it, or, the man who taught me what it meant.

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Oct
6

Anna’s Heroes Show Up, Lead Comeback Win Over Fort Recovery

Anna’s big-time players made the big-time plays needed for a big-time win Friday night over Fort Recovery. Columnist Andy Anders writes the story in today’s weekend edition of Press Pros.

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Sep
29

Young Buccs Come Of Age In Epic Battle…

Covington and Miami East have had some memorable battles over the years in a rivalry that dates back to 1959 and Friday’s 19-17 come-from-behind win by the Buccaneers ranks up there with the best games in the history between the two programs.

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Sep
22

St. Henry Returns To Form In Shutout Fashion…Over New Bremen

St. Henry’s defense puts a stranglehold on New Bremen and bounces back from a heart-breaking loss. Redskins return to winning form, 36-0. Read about the game in today’s Press Pros.

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Sep
15

Anna Wins Fight Against St. Henry, Pulls Upset In Riveting Fashion

What at first appeared to be a comfortable game for St. Henry Friday turned into a battle for the ages… and the underdog Anna Rockets came out with the win. Press Pros columnist Andy Anders writes the story.

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Sep
8

Anna Blows Out New Bremen, One Inch At A Time

Coaching, skill and most importantly luck were on the side of the Anna Rockets in Friday night’s MAC showdown. What was hyped as a classic battle turned into a 42-7 dismantling of the New Bremen Cardinals, one inch at a time. Read more about the game from Press Pros columnist Andy Anders.

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Sep
1

Minster Gets Out Of Its Own Way, Dominates Covington 39-26

For about a quarter it appeared the Minster Wildcats might shoot themselves in the foot enough times to create a game with the Covington Buccaneers. Mike Ketner(above) grabs his third interception of the game. Read more about the game in the latest MAC post on Press Pros.

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Aug
25

Bigger, Faster, Stronger – East Too Much For Milton Union

Miami Easthandled the Milton Union Bulldogs with ease – their run game to much for the young and inexperience Bulldogs – as East walks away with a 47-10 victory. John Husa shares the story in today’s Press Pros.

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Aug
25

Tippecanoe Opens Season With Heartbreaking Loss To Bellbrook

The Tippecanoe Red Devils fought hard but fell short to the Bellbrook Golden Eagles Friday night, breaking in some fresh faces on their new turf field. Read more on GWOC football inside today’s edition of PressProsMagazine.com by Andy Anders.

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Aug
16

Seeing More Red? And The Cardinals’ Destiny In ’18

The whispers are out…the New Bremen Cardinals are a team on the rise, a team with young talent and an agenda for improvement. “We plan to take the next step and move this program forward,” says coach Chris Schmidt. Read more about how…in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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Aug
11

What’s The Bass Fishing Capital Of The Midwest…?

I’ve been wettin’ a line for a long time, and in a lot of ponds, lakes, and streams. And for my money you can’t beat the experience (the pictures don’t lie) I’ve had in a bass fishing place you’ve never heard of. Tony Vittorio adds his latest post…on Press Pros.

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Jul
24

Impressive Summer Stats Point To Breakout Ahead For Buckeyes’ Dingler

Coming off a freshman season where he showed great versatility in the field, the Buckeyes’ Dillon Dingler (above, right) has found his hitting stroke in summer baseball – proving reliable as a fixture in the middle of their batting order next spring.

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Jul
20

Husa: Elliott Gilardi, And What It Takes To Be A Leader….

In his senior year the fortunes of Lehman football relies heavily upon his experience and potential to lead. And quarterback Elliott Gilardi has no intention of letting his team, or himself, down. Guest writer John Husa shares a profile on the Lehman Cavaliers’ quarterback in today’s inside feature.

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Jul
4

The Grandest, And Best, 4th Of My Life….!

If you remember, and dream, of simpler and fun 4th of Julys, share in a wonderful story submitted by contributing writer Tom Cappell. Before politics and political correctness…the enthusiasm and fun of just being a boy. To extend your holiday, read today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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Jun
28

Summer Fishing: Uncle Mel Nabs The Game Warden….

Guest columnist Tom Cappell shares one of his best outdoor columns from a lifetime of hunting and fishing stories. The age-old moral of the story is…what goes around comes around, in his latest Press Pros feature. Enjoy today’s Press Pros outdoors feature, sponsored, as always, by Olde English Outfitters, in Tipp City, Ohio.

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Jun
5

Ol’ Ben….

A summer of the greatest lesson in life. Don’t count your chickens before they hatch; and never underestimate the value of experience. Old eyes, and old habits, go down hard. Guest outdoors writer Tom Cappell returns to Press Pros with a classic story for anyone who remembers shooting clay targets behind the barn.

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May
26

Ohio State Runs Out Of Arms, Falls To No.1 Minnesota

Ohio State’s tired bullpen collapsed in the sixth inning against Minnesota Saturday, resulting in the team’s elimination from the Big Ten tournament after reaching the semifinals.

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May
25

Unexpected Heroes Help OSU Past Michigan In Big Ten Tournament

Seth Kinker and Tyler Cowles still had their say, but a cast of unlikely characters provided Ohio State with the extra boost needed to move on to the final four of the Big Ten tournament.

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May
24

Stellar Pitching From Feltner & Kinker Secure Shutout For OSU…

Ryan Feltner and Seth Kinker delivered exactly what the Ohio State baseball team needed in Thursday’s do-or-die win against the Iowa Hawkeyes. Consequently, the Buckeyes are still alive in the Big Ten tournament.

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