DARKE COUNTY — A pair of senior basketball players who excel at scoring, rebounding and playing defense are this week's Daily Advocate athletes of the week.
NEW MADISON — In front of a crowd of about 100 people in the high school gymnasium, Tri-Village introduced to the community and the media for the first time new football coach Jason Schondelmyer.
BRADFORD — Longtime Mister Wildcats varsity boys basketball coach Mike Lee reached a milestone in his coaching career Thursday, defeating the Bradford Railroaders 71-39 to notch his 300th career win.
Boys basketballPoints per gameKyle Ahrens, Versailles: 30.0Clay Guillozet, Greenville: 22.4Damion Cook, TV: 20.9Colton Linkous, TV: 20.8
TIPP CITY — Versailles led throughout Thursday's sectional championship game against Miami East, winning 65-31 to advance to the district finals.
ARCANUM — The Arcanum boys basketball team won its regular season finale on Wednesday, defeating Preble Shawnee 60-56.
NEW MADISON — Tri-Village capped off a perfect regular season Wednesday with a 77-44 win against Brookville to run its record to 22-0.
GREENVILLE — After dropping more than a second from his personal best in the 100-yard backstroke Friday, Greenville's Jose Badell had to wait for times from across the rest of the state to come in.
HUBER HEIGHTS — The Versailles boys plus Mississinawa Valley's Joe Teeter qualified for the Ohio High School Athletic Association boys bowling district tournament.
NEW MADISON — Tri-Village's sectional tournament girls basketball game against Miami Valley on Saturday has been moved up to 11:30 a.m. at Brookville.
BROOKVILLE — Tri-Village took on Jefferson in the second round of the Ohio High School Athletic Association Division IV sectional tournament on Tuesday, winning 82-5.
VERSAILLES — Versailles' five state-qualifying swimmers all set personal bests last weekend, which has the Tigers confident as they enter this week's state meet.
TIPP CITY — Arcanum got off to a poor start Tuesday night, which in part was caused by the first three minutes of the game being played with a boys basketball.
BROOKVILLE — Bradford played a decent first half of basketball against the Newton Indians in their playoff game Monday but lost 38-25.
COLUMBUS — For the third time in school history and second time in three years, Tri-Village finished No. 1 in the final Associated Press boys basketball poll of the season.
NEW MADISON — Jason Schondelmyer will lead Tri-Village's venture into high school football as he was approved as the Patriots' first varsity football coach at the district's school board meeting on Monday.
NEW MADISON — Tri-Village senior Rachel Fickert fulfilled a dream she's had since the second grade on Tuesday morning when she signed her letter of intent to play college softball for Mount St. Joseph University.
TIPP CITY — It took just seven seconds for Versailles to take a lead on Northeastern on Monday, a lead Versailles held the rest of the game on its way to a 72-29 win in the second round of the Ohio High School Athletic Association...
OXFORD — Five Versailles High School boy swimmers competed at the Ohio High School Athletic Association Division II Southwest District Swim Meet on Friday at Miami University.
OXFORD — Nine Versailles High School girl swimmers competed at the Ohio High School Athletic Association Division II Southwest District Swim Meet on Friday at Miami University.
OXFORD — Greenville junior Jose Badell qualified for state in the boys 100-yard backstroke, finishing 11th in the district meet this past weekend.
NEW CARLISLE — The No. 1 seed Tippecanoe Lady Red Devils basketball team pressed from start to finish while putting up 3-pointers to the very end to defeat the 1-19 bottom seed Greenville girls 83-16 on the Tecumseh High School basketball...
GREENVILLE – Darke County's lone Greater Western Ohio Conference and Midwest Athletic Conference teams squared off on senior night in Greenville with the Green Wave using a 62-57 victory to claim back-to-back wins over the visiting...
NEW MADISON — Tickets for Tuesday night's Tri-Village girls basketball tournament game are on sale at the school.
SIDNEY — Mississinawa Valley played its worst game of the season on Saturday as the Lady Hawks lost 68-29 to Russia in the first round of the Ohio High School Athletic Association sectional tournament.