TROTWOOD — A slow Greenville start had the Trotwood Rams pinning the first Greater Western Ohio Conference North loss of the 2014-15 season on the Green Wave by a score of 59-52 Friday on the Rams' home court.
BRADFORD — Bradford erased an 18-0 deficit on Saturday but couldn't quite overcome its disastrous start, losing 34-28 to Lehman Catholic in the Lady Railroaders' regular season finale.
NEW MADISON — It was a record-setting night at the Battleground as Tri-Village downed Ansonia to win the outright Cross County Conference title.
DARKE COUNTY — A pair of juniors who excel in multiple facets of their sports are this week's Daily Advocate athletes of the week.
PIQUA — The Greenville wrestling team lost a pair of matches to Greater Western Ohio Conference foes Piqua and Troy on Friday night.In the three-team match, Greenville lost 57-18 to Piqua and 53-15 to Troy.
VERSAILLES — Playing from behind almost the entire game, Versailles still had a chance to pull out a win in the final seconds against Delphos St. John's on Friday night.
ANSONIA — Down 9-0 early, the Ansonia Lady Tigers used periods two, three and four to mount a comeback to defeat the visiting Bradford Lady Railroaders 42-36 on senior night in Ansonia.
NEW MADISON — It was senior night at Tri-Village, and three young ladies were playing on the home floor for the last time.
Boys basketballPoints per gameKyle Ahrens, Versailles: 28.9Clay Guillozet, Greenville: 22.2Damion Cook, TV: 20.2Colton Linkous, TV: 19.6
ARCANUM — Even though Arcanum struggled to get into a groove on Thursday, the Lady Trojans still came away with a 63-39 Cross County Conference win against Bethel.
GREENVILLE —The Greenville varsity girls basketball team faced the Lady Rams of Trotwood-Madison in the final home game of the 2014-15 Lady Wave season.
COLUMBUS — Tri-Village reached a season-high while Versailles fell to a season-low in the latest Associated Press girls basketball state rankings.
GREENVILLE — The Greenville varsity boys basketball team's inside play was too much for the visiting Piqua Indians' 12 3-pointers as the Green Wave used a 73-60 midweek win to clinch a share of its first boys basketball league title...
BRANDT — It's never easy going to the Beehive to play Bethel, and Tri-Village stirred up the nest early and withstood numerous stings in the opening quarter to grab a 16-13 lead.
PORTLAND, Ind. — The Versailles High School girls swim team won the Coldwater Cavalier Invitational on Monday.
PORTLAND, Ind. — The Versailles High School boys swim team won the Coldwater Cavalier Invitational on Monday.
DARKE COUNTY — High school gymnasts from Ansonia, Arcanum, Franklin Monroe, Greenville and Versailles have shown improvement throughout the 2015 season.
ARCANUM — The Arcanum Trojans came into Tuesday's game with only five wins, but for four quarters they gave 14-win Twin Valley South all that the Panthers could handle and more.
BRADFORD — In a match up of teams looking for their first win of the season, Bradford fell just short against Tri-County North on Tuesday, losing the Cross County Conference boys basketball game 35-30.
COLUMBUS — Versailles fell one spot while Tri-Village maintained its No. 1 ranking in the latest Associated Press boys basketball state rankings.
NEW MADISON — A pair of Tri-Village graduates earned collegiate athlete of the week honors from their conferences.
If you have a distraction, you get rid of it or you get it behind you. That's Coaching 101.And that appears to be just what Urban Meyer has done.
PITSBURG — After one quarter of play, Franklin Monroe was holding its own, trailing 7-6 to a good Brookville basketball team on Monday night.
DARKE COUNTY — A pair of Darke County natives ran personal best times in the mile while competing in college this past weekend.
GREENVILLE — The seventh annual GGSA/GCBL Grand Slam cornhole tournament is set for Feb. 21 at Paws Bingo Hall in Greenville with a guaranteed $1,000 purse up for grabs.