FAIRBORN — The season didn't end the way the Lady Tigers had hoped, but they left Thursday's state semifinal volleyball match proud of their accomplishments and the bonds they've formed.
COLUMBUS – The defining moment of Ohio State's football season last year came earlier than expected.
GREENVILLE — Greenville teams will play Tippecanoe more often and Trotwood-Madison less often as the Greater Western Ohio Conference announced conference expansion on Thursday morning.
Ohio State assistant coach Tim Hinton was on his way to the airport in November 2006 to join Mark Dantonio at Michigan State after he left the University of Cincinnati when he changed his mind.
GREENVILLE – Greenville senior high school held its annual falls sports awards, presenting student-athletes with earned awards consisting of certificates, numbers, letters, inserts and bars for first-, second-, third- and fourth-year...
VERSAILLES — The schools are the same, but there will be a lot of new faces on the court as Versailles and Gilmour Academy meet in a rematch of last year's state championship match.
VERSAILLES — One word kept popping up as Versailles volleyball players described their feeling about making it back to the state final four: blessed.
PIQUA – The Edison Community College Chargers baseball team closed out the 2014 fall schedule with a winning record as the team looks forward to the 2015 season.
COLUMBUS – Braxton Miller hasn't played a game this season and won't play a game this season, but he was still a topic of conversation at both Ohio State and Michigan State earlier on Monday.
COLUMBUS — Midwest Athletic Conference member Marion Local finished atop the Division VII state rankings in the final Associated Press football poll of the 2014 season.
In his 21 years as head coach at Van Buren, Don Masters' teams went 116-93-1.
VERSAILLES — Facing a daunting schedule that includes a pair of defending state champions, Versailles knew it wasn't going to be easy to earn a spot in the playoffs.
VERSAILLES — There are several similarities between the Versailles and Miami East football teams, two teams that have relied heavily on their running games to get them to the playoffs.
HEBRON — Eight Versailles cross country runners ended the 2014 season at the Ohio High School Athletic Association state championships on Saturday at National Trail Raceway.
COLUMBUS — In the last three football seasons, no game has had a bigger effect on Ohio State's season than the Michigan State game.That is not a shot at a weakened Michigan program. It's just a cold, hard fact.
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. — Tri-Village alumnus Clayton Murphy was named to the Mid-American Conference's first team as he finished fourth at the MAC cross country meet on Saturday at Central Michigan University.
COLUMBUS — The Versailles football team qualified for the playoffs and will be joined in the postseason by more than a dozen teams with local connections.
ANSONIA — Taking a quote from Yukon Cornelius from the Rudolph Christmas special, “it wasn't a fit night out for man nor beast,” and for seniors Nick Peters, Max Muir, Darien Burk and Dalton Subler, it's a senior night...
COLUMBUS — The starting quarterback left the game after two quarters and more than half of the fans left the stadium by the time the third quarter was over.
KETTERING — The Versailles volleyball team earned a second consecutive trip to the state final four on Saturday as the Lady Tigers swept Sparta Highland 25-16, 25-22, 25-23 in a regional championship match.
SIDNEY – The Greenville Green Wave defeated Greater Western Ohio Conference foe Sidney Yellow Jackets 30-13 on Friday, bringing a close to the 2014 season.
FORT RECOVERY — The Versailles Tigers came into Friday night's game with their backs to the wall.
DARKE COUNTY — Both of this week's Daily Advocate athletes of the week have had great individual performances that have helped lead their teams to wins and milestones.
ARCANUM — Arcanum won its fourth consecutive game to end the season on Friday, defeating Bethel 41-14 in a Cross County Conference football game as the Trojans improved to 5-5 on the year.
GREENVILLE — Greenville High School is in need of a junior high wrestling coach for the upcoming season.Anyone who is interested should contact Athletic Director Randy Swisher at email@example.com or call 548-4416.