GREENVILLE — A pair of Greenville girls basketball players were named to the Greater Western Ohio Conference's North Division special mention team for the 2014-15 season.
COLUMBUS – The Versailles boys bowling team finished fourth at the Division II state tournament for a second consecutive season on Saturday at Wayne Webb's Columbus Bowl in Columbus.
VERSAILLES – Versailles is back in the regional tournament for a second consecutive season, but this year's team has a much different look than the one that made the state finals a year ago.
COLUMBUS – Versailles' Megan Ward finished 11th at the Ohio High School Athletic Association state tournament on Friday at Wayne Webb Lanes in Columbus.
It was unexpected and that was something that made it even more enjoyable.
TROY — Franklin Monroe entered the Ohio High School Athletic Association Division IV Troy sectional title game facing No. 2 seed Troy Christian, who also was ranked No. 7 in the state.
BEAVERCREEK — Greenville's Korey Garland and Alex Hoffman ended their season at the Division I district bowling tournament on Wednesday at Beaver-Vu Lanes.
MANSFIELD — Greenville senior Brennan Gettinger and junior William Nibert concluded their wrestling seasons in the Division II district tournament at Mansfield Senior High School.
TROY — Versailles' Kyle Dieringer and Kyle Gigandet qualified for the Ohio High School Athletic Association state wrestling tournament on Saturday.
TIPP CITY — Versailles' dominate rebounding and strong defense prevented Arcanum from ever finding a rhythm on Saturday as the Tigers beat their fellow Darke County team 64-32 to eliminate the Trojans from the playoffs.
SPRINGFIELD – Versailles jumped out to a 14-0 lead on Georgetown in the district finals of the Ohio High School Athletic Association tournament on Saturday, leading to a 66-27 win for the Tigers.
DARKE COUNTY — A pair of juniors who broke numerous records en route to qualifying for the state swim meet are this year's Daily Advocate swimmers of the year.
TROY — Tri-Village captured a sectional championship on Friday night, defeating fellow Cross County Conference foe Newton 75-43 to advance to the district finals of the Ohio High School Athletic Association tournament.
Boys basketballPoints per gameKyle Ahrens, Versailles: 30.0Clay Guillozet, Greenville: 22.4Damion Cook, TV: 20.9Colton Linkous, TV: 20.8
VERSAILLES — Versailles senior Megan Ward already has exceeded her expectations and enters the state bowling tournament with an attitude that everything in front of her is a bonus.
VERSAILLES — Even though they've flown under the radar most of the season, the Versailles boys bowlers want others to know they're contenders for the state championship.
BRADFORD — A total of 230 high school athletes competed at the 16th annual Bradford powerlifting meet on Saturday.
CENTERVILLE — The Greenville boys basketball team bowed out of Division I tournament play on Wednesday, losing 54-52 to the Xenia Buccaneers.
TROY — Franklin Monroe built a 21-point lead in the first half against Bethel on Wednesday, which the Jets rode to a 62-43 win in the second round of the Ohio High School Athletic Association tournament.
LEBANON — Jeff Nisonger, a 200 graduate of Greenville High School, guided his horse to a record on Saturday at Miami Valley Raceway.
AKRON — Clayton Murphy, a 2013 graduate of Tri-Village High School, continues to make headlines on the track as a sophomore at the University of Akron.
VERSAILLES — Versailles senior basketball player Kyle Ahrens has advanced to the semifinals of the www.HighSchoolSlam.com vote for fans' favorite high school dunker.
PIQUA — The bottom-seeded Bradford Railroaders boys basketball team showed improvement throughout the 2014-15 season but still was no match for the taller Division IV Piqua sectional first-seeded Russia Raiders, falling 89-26 in a Tuesday...
TROY — In order to play better competition in the postseason, Tri-Village has to get through the higher seed teams in the Ohio High School Athletic Association Division IV Troy sectional tournament.
NEW CARLISLE — Versailles led throughout Tuesday night's sectional tournament opener against National Trail en route to an 82-46 win, but coach Scott McEldowney still saw room for improvement.