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May
22

Tangeman, Deitsch Named MAC Press Pros Standouts

Marion Local’s Nick Tangeman and St. Henry’s Carleigh Deitsch garner honors as this year’s Press Pros Scholar Athletes of The Year. Read more in this Press Pros exclusive feature.

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May
21

Words From The ‘Duke’: PBA’s Norm Duke On Bowling, Present and Future

If you believe in the adage of good things that come from small packages, they don’t any better than Professional bowler Norm Duke, who took the time last week to talk with Press Pros about his sport now, and about its future. A unique opportunity with one of the best in history…in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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May
20

Cordonnier, Doseck Named Press Pros Top SCL Scholar-Athletes

Russia’s Jenna Cordonnier and Anna’s Griffin Doseck grab honors as this year’s Press Pros Scholar-Athletes of The Year in the Shelby County League. Click to read more about this year’s honorees in today’s SCAL feature.

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May
20

Cordonnier, Doseck Named Top SCL Scholar-Athletes

Russia’s Jenna Cordonnier (below) and Anna’s Griffin Doseck grab honors as this year’s Press Pros Scholar-Athletes of The Year in the Shelby County League. Click to read more about this year’s honorees in today’s SCAL feature.

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May
20

The Quietest Team…Newton Advances in Dist. Semis

Missed him by that much…Newton’s Patrick Hughes leans to avoid the tag attempt of Franklin Monroe catcher Gabe Sargent in the sixth inning of Monday’s 6-0 Indians win. Read more in the latest tournament update from Press Pros.

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May
19

Tangeman, Deitsch Named MAC Press Pros Standouts

Marion Local’s Nick Tangeman (#24, below) and St. Henry’s Carleigh Deitsch garner honors as this year’s Press Pros Scholar Athletes of The Year. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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May
17

Troy’s Severt 2019 Hal McCoy Scholarship Winner….

Troy High School senior Luke Severt is the Press Pros 2019 Hal McCoy Scholarship winner for continued studies in journalism, and his story, and dream, is a near-parallel to that of the Hal McCoy’s own. Read more in today’s Press Pros.

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May
17

Buckeyes’ ‘Unsungs’ Big In Thursday Win Over Purdue

What a shock, eh!  Thursday’s shutout over Purdue again contained another sizeable dose of unsung contribution from a couple of guys no one saw coming back in March.

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May
14

Baby Steps…But A Giant Leap Forward For Covington

Covington’s Gavin McReynolds slides across with one of Covington’s three runs in the fifth inning Tuesday – and an 8-0 win over Middletown Christian for the Buccaneers’ first tournament win in three years. Read more about the game, and their story, in today’s Press Pros feature.

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May
13

Are You Playing Summer Baseball…Or Why Not?

It’s a concern for every amateur baseball coach you ask.  Why aren’t more kids playing summer baseball, and why are the opportunities diminishing?  Or are they? Some thoughts, and a couple of comments on the topic in today’s Press Pros inside feature. (Hint: No one mentioned the crummy spring weather.)

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May
12

To My ‘Mom’…And Yours

Not to be patronizing for the sake of one particular day, but like most of us must admit…I wouldn’t be who I am without my ‘Mom’. A tribute mine, and yours, on Mother’s Day.

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May
12

The Buckeyes Play The Win And Wait Game….

Needing every possible win, and every other possible scenario to go their way, the Buckeyes play the final week of the season thinking about what could have been…and that one series in particular.

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May
11

Will Pfennig’s Time Has Come….

The Buckeye freshman from Mason, Ohio celebrated his college baseball ascendancy on Friday with his first win as a collegian. Read more in the latest Buckeye update.

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May
9

Minster Softball: “It Really Does Take A Village…”

Off to a exciting start, Jenna Poeppelman (below) and the once-beaten Minster girls are relying on themselves and the support of the community as they press forward with their best softball season in years. Read more in a Thursday Press Pros inside feature.

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May
9

Braggin’ Rights…Wright State Seeks To Make Statement Against “Big Brother”

What seemed more than just another mid-week game, Wright State ventured to Bill Davis Stadium Wednesday to show its wares and make a good impression.  And without a doubt…they did.

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May
8

Thoughts On A Theory, And Some Reality….

Some thoughts today on sport, human limitations, and the experience of what happened to the Buckeyes last weekend in Minnesota.  You can only work hard and do what you do…but it’s really hard to trump luck and a lack of priority. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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May
6

‘Community’ Passes The Torch…Bowling Center Changes Hands In Minster

After 48 years Minster’s Community Lanes is under new direction and no one could be happier than both the old management, and the new. Minster’s Joe Baumer (pictured above) has turned over the reins of the old girl to Versailles bowling entrepreneur, Doug Davidson. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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May
5

Weekend Lost…Gophers Sweep Series From Buckeyes

Weekend Lost…The Buckeyes return home after losing the weekend series to Minnesota, and ground in the Big Ten standings. Read the bad news in the latest Buckeye update on Press Pros.

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May
4

Buckeyes Lose 18-Inning Heartbreaker In Minnesota

The Buckeyes drew first blood with a second-inning run from Dillon Dingler (above). But no one expected that it would take 18 innings before the outcome of Saturday’s game with Minnesota would be decided. Read more in today’s Press Pros Buckeyes update.

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May
2

Bremen Threatens, But Coldwater ‘Walks’ To 17th Win

Coldwater’s Zack McKibben high-steps it across home plate during a sixth-run fourth inning, fueling an 11-3 win over New Bremen Thursday and the Cavaliers’ 17th consecutive win. Read more about the game in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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